Thursday, April 18, 2013

Event Update For 2013-04-17


Full Hypothesis

Summary of Hypothesis

The seas, lakes and oceans are now pluming deadly hydrogen sulfide and suffocating methane. Hydrogen sulfide is a highly toxic water-soluble heavier-than-air gas and will accumulate in low-lying areas. Methane is slightly more buoyant than normal air and so will be all around, but will tend to contaminate our atmosphere from the top down. These gases are sickening and killing oxygen-using life all around the world, including human life, as our atmosphere is increasingly poisoned. Because both gases are highly flammable and because our entire civilization is built around fire and flammable fuels, this is leading to more fires and explosions. This is an extinction level event and will likely decimate both the biosphere and human population and it is debatable whether humankind can survive this event.


A. More fires and more explosions, especially along the coasts, but everywhere generally.
B. Many more animal die-offs, of all kinds, and especially oceanic species.
C. More multiples of people will be found dead in their homes, as if they'd dropped dead.
D. More corpses found in low-lying areas, all over the world.
E. More unusual vehicular accidents.
F. Improved unemployment numbers as people die off.

Category: Fires And Explosions
2013-04-17 - Monumental explosion and fire devastate fertilizer plant in West (Texas), as many as 15 killed, 160+ injured:
Quote: "Major damage has been reported to homes and vehicles including a nearby funeral home and apartment building..."
Quote: "The US Geological Survey registered the explosion as a 2.1 magnitude quake, adding that 'the magnitude measures only the ground motion, not the air wave, so is substantially less than the true size of the event.'"
Quote: "The blast left the factory a smoldering ruin and leveled homes and businesses for blocks in every direction. The explosion in downtown West, about 20 miles north of Waco, shook the ground with the strength of a small earthquake and could be heard dozens of miles away. It sent flames shooting into the night sky and rained burning embers, shrapnel and debris down on shocked and frightened residents."
Note: Fertilizer is itself explosive. It's also absorbent and all absorbent flammable materials are absorbing hydrogen sulfide and/or methane and spontaneously combusting, like wood, mulch, straw, hay, paper, cardboard, fabrics of all kinds, etc. So if any fertiziler were to absorb enough hydrogen sulfide to spontaneously combust then you would have big problems, like possibly a huge fire and explosion. They also had tanks of anhydrous ammonia at this facility, and possibly nitric acid. Burning anhydrous ammonia can result in chemical reactions that produce nitric acid. Nitric acid is very explosively flammable when it comes into contact with hydrogen sulfide. If they had any nitric acid tanks at this facility and even a little gaseous hydrogen sulfide were to get into one then you might very well see a catastrophe like this.
I specifically mentioned chemical plants burning and exploding in the full hypothesis more than a year ago. (And many chemical plants have burned and/or exploded since then, all over the world.) I mentioned chemical plants specifically because hydrogen sulfide is reactive with a variety of chemicals. Fertilizer plants like this one are simply a specific kind of chemical plant.
They'll never know the cause of this event. The explosion and fire were so devastating that there's little left but charred ruins. I suspect some hydrogen sulfide blew in off the Gulf Coast and was instrumental here, but even if it was, we'll never know for sure.

Prediction A - More Fires and Explosions, Especially Coastal

2013-04-17 - Underground electrical fire takes out power to hundreds of customers in North Philadelphia (Pennsylvania):

Note: Hydrogen sulfide is a highly flammable heavier-than-air gas and it is reactive with copper, especially 'hot' copper with a current running through it, as is found in underground electrical facilities. As a consequence there are a rising number of incidents just like this occurring in cities all over. The last underground fire prior to this one was way back in...1 day prior, in Albany (New York), as mentioned in the 2013-04-16 update...

2013-04-17 - Raging inferno envelops 10,000 tons of recycled cardboard bales at paper mill in Birmingham (Britain):

Note: All absorbent flammable materials are absorbing hydrogen sulfide and/or methane and spontaneously combusting. That includes wood, paper, cardboard, mulch, dried brush, generic garbage, hay, straw, cotton, wool, clothing, etc. These cardboard bales were in outdoor storage, fully exposed to the atmosphere. This was a big fire. That's 20 million pounds of cardboard...

2013-04-17 - ExxonMobil refinery erupts in flames in Beaumont (Texas), 12 injured:

2013-04-17 - Brush fire erupts near Riverview (Florida), close to the Gulf Coast:

2013-04-17 - Fishing ship bursts into flame off the coast of Antarctica, 97 crew rescued:

2013-04-17 - Passenger train car bursts into flame while parked near railway museum in Hamburg (Pennsylvania):

2013-04-17 - Car-hauler truck bursts into flame on I-80 in Echo Canyon (Utah), 2 cars on the trailer burn:

Quote: "UHP Cpl. Todd Johnson said a semi-rig was hauling two trailers loaded with vehicles about 5:20 a.m. on westbound I-80 in Echo Canyon when the brakes on the second trailer locked and the driver saw the flames and smoke."

Note: That's tire rubber and maybe brake pads absorbing hydrogen sulfide, then when brakes are applied the brake-friction burns hotter than normal. There've been quite a few car-haulers that have burst into flame in the last year or so, and this is probably the cause of at least some of those fires. Also, the car-hauler was in a canyon, a low-lying area where a heavier-than-air gas like hydrogen sulfide will tend to accumulate...

2013-04-17 - Tanker truck bursts into flame in coastal Pattaya (Thailand):

2013-04-17 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on the Newell Highway north of Dubbo (Australia):

Quote: "PALLETS loaded with bags of Brumby’s baking flour has gone up in smoke this afternoon following a truck fire..."

Note: Pallets? You don't say...

2013-04-17 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-68 in Garrett (Maryland):

Quote: "The tractor-trailer was operated by Estes Trucking and caught fire in the area of the trailer brakes..."

2013-04-17 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on road near airport in Midland (Texas):

2013-04-17 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-95 in Chatham County (Georgia):

2013-04-17 - Dump truck bursts into flame in coastal Trenton (Maine):

2013-04-17 - Work truck bursts into flame at business in Portage La Prairie, Manitoba (Canada):

2013-04-17 - Truck bursts into flame on Route 283 in Lower Swatara Township (Pennsylvania):

2013-04-17 - Tractor bursts into flame on Acland Road in Landkey (Britain), near Barnstaple:

2013-04-17 - RV bursts into flame at property in Hampden (Massachusetts):

2013-04-17 - RV bursts into flame at home in Canton (Ohio):

2013-04-17 - RV bursts into flame at intersection in Wissinoming, Philadelphia (Pennsylvania):

2013-04-17 - RV bursts into flame near Blackfoot (Idaho):

2013-04-17 - Van bursts into flame on highway in the Staplegrove area of Taunton (Britain):

2013-04-17 - Minivan bursts into flame on street in Toronto (Canada):

2013-04-17 - SUV bursts into flame while parked at home in coastal San Mateo (California), fire spreads to garage, home:

Note: People still park their vehicles next to their homes?! Well, at least they made it out alive...this time.

2013-04-17 - SUV bursts into flame on the Artesia (91) Freeway in Cerritos (California):

2013-04-17 - Pickup truck bursts into flame while parked at home near the Norton Reservoir in Norton (Massachusetts), home damaged:

Note: People still park their vehicles next to their homes?! Oh, I already said that...

2013-04-17 - Car bursts into flame on the Coronado Bridge in coastal San Diego (California):

2013-04-17 - Car bursts into flame while parked at home in Luton (Britain), fire spreads to home:

2013-04-17 - Car bursts into flame at the Terry Hill crossroads (Britain):

2013-04-17 - Car bursts into flame while parked at home on Carnbee Crescent in Gracemount (Scotland), fire spreads to shed, home:

2013-04-17 - Car bursts into flame on the Garden State Parkway in Chestnut Ridge (New York):

2013-04-17 - Car bursts into flame on State Route 772 in Scioto Township (Ohio):

2013-04-17 - Car bursts into flame at The Street in Aldham (Britain):

2013-04-17 - Car bursts into flame on Barrow Road in coastal Barton-upon-Humber (Britain):

2013-04-17 - Vehicle bursts into flame in carport in Durant (Oklahoma), fire spreads to storage building, home:

2013-04-17 - Vehicle bursts into flame on I-68 in Maryland, near the West Virginia border:

2013-04-17 - Semi trailer bursts into flame in Spring Valley (California), 1 killed:

2013-04-17 - Auto shop ravaged by fire in Pinellas Park (Florida), near the Gulf of Mexico:

2013-04-17 - Towing company damaged by blaze in Cohoes (New York):

Note: Also note the vacant apartment building burning in Cohoes for this same day...

2013-04-17 - Tractor and barn destroyed by fire in Sidney (Ohio):

2013-04-17 - Barn destroyed by fire on West Creek Road in Florence (Vermont):

2013-04-17 - Barn destroyed by fire in East Bloomfield (New York):

2013-04-17 - Barn damaged by fire on Red Spring Road in Andover (Massachusetts):

2013-04-17 - One business destroyed by fire, others damaged, in Bridgeport (West Virginia):

Quote: "There was a little flame under the sign. It looked like that's what started it, the sign..."

Note: Sign have copper wiring? Of course it did. Hydrogen sulfide is reactive with copper, especially electrified copper. So a little gas blows by, hits an outdoor sign like this and gets to some exposed copper, some sparking and sizzling ensues, and you have a fire. This is not the first outdoor sign I've seen burning up and starting a fire. That'll obviously become more common as time goes on. So there's yet another vulnerability for us to deal with: electric signs, neon signs, especially outdoors...

2013-04-17 - Dry cleaning business consumed by fire in Cahokia (Illinois), near the Mississippi River:

Quote: "There weren`t any cleaning chemicals inside, but lots of clothing packed in a secondary storage unit."

Note: More clothes going up in flames...

2013-04-17 - Five units damaged by fire at Sky Harbor Apartments in Salt Lake City (Utah):

2013-04-17 - Home damaged by fire in Winona Lakes, Middle Smithfield Township (Pennsylvania):

Note: The fire started in the attached garage. They don't mention whether there were or weren't any vehicles in there...

2013-04-17 - Home damaged by fire in Silver Lake (Washington), near the coast:

2013-04-17 - Vacant home under renovation heavily damaged by fire in Olathe (Kansas):

2013-04-17 - Vacant house burns in Pontiac (Michigan):

2013-04-17 - Vacant home burns in Oakville (Maryland):

2013-04-17 - Vacant house burns for fourth time in Spokane Valley (Washington):

2013-04-17 - Vacant apartment building burns in Cohoes (New York):
Prediction D - More Corpses In Low-Lying Areas

2013-04-17 - Woman, 56, found dead in canal in coastal St. Petersburg (Florida):

Quote: "A woman was found dead Wednesday afternoon in the same canal where a teen boy was found dead last week. Despite the close proximity of the deaths, Pinellas sheriff's officials said neither is suspicious. 'There's no connection,' said sheriff's spokeswoman Cecilia Barreda. 'They're not related, just happen to be in the same place.'"

Note: Well, both died in the same canal, within a week of each other, and this area is downwind of the dead zones in the Gulf of Mexico which are surely pluming deadly hydrogen sulfide now, and this area is on Florida's Gulf Coast, the closest area in Florida to the dead zones in the Gulf of Mexico, and hydrogen sulfide is a heavier-than-air gas which will tend to accumulate in low-lying areas like canals. Seems to me like they probably ARE connected. I wonder how many people will need to be found mysteriously dead like this in that city before they realize that there IS a connection. Doesn't sound like they have very good detectives there so it may take pretty many...

2013-04-17 - Man found dead in the Potomac River near the Key Bridge in coastal Washington DC:

Quote: "Between the discovery of two bodies in the Tidal Basin and another in the Anacostia, plenty of corpses have already surfaced in the area's rivers this April. Now there's another today..."

Note: Corpsefest going on in that area...

2013-04-17 - Woman found dead in submerged vehicle in the Tamaki River in coastal Auckland (New Zealand):

Note: She plowed into the river earlier, probably got a whiff of hydrogen sulfide and lost consciousness. Lots of people have been found dead in submerged vehicles this past year. The waterways are where a heavier-than-air gas like hydrogen sulfide will tend to accumulate and then when you lose consciousness driving near a waterway, there's about a 50/50 chance that you'll veer in that direction. Once in the water and unconscious, you drown, since breathing is an involuntary reflex...

2013-04-17 - Man drops dead at beach in coastal Biloxi (Mississippi):

Note: Right on the coast of the Gulf of Mexico, near the dead zones which are surely pluming hydrogen sulfide now. Also, this was a homeless man, so he spent most of his time outdoors, fully exposed to the atmosphere...

2013-04-17 - Man found dead in pond in Olmsted Township (Ohio):

2013-04-17 - Missing man, 28, found dead in Lake Mead (Nevada):

2013-04-17 - Pharmacist drops dead in chair in his home in Mwingi (Kenya):

2013-04-17 - In separate incidents, man and woman, 29 and 21, found dead in coastal Toms River (New Jersey), in Ocean County:

Note: Man found dead at home, woman found dead at hotel. They suspect both died from drug overdoses, which appears to be the excuse they will try to sell us when young people drop dead without any marks of injury or violence. They didn't, of course, mention any actual evidence that either one was a drug overdose, merely that this is their suspicion. Well, it's easy to suspect things. I suspect poison gas killed them both...

2013-04-17 - Man, 62, drops dead on sidewalk on Orange Grove Boulevard in Pasadena (California):

2013-04-17 - Missing man found dead in pickup truck in Houma (Louisiana):
Prediction E - More Unusual Vehicular Accidents

2013-04-17 - Passenger plane makes emergency landing in Phoenix (Arizona), engine failure:

2013-04-17 - Passenger plane loses wheel shortly before takeoff at airport in Charlotte (North Carolina):

Quote: "It was the second report in three days of wheels separating from US Airways planes at the Charlotte airport. On Sunday, the two front wheels of a US Airways Express plane ran off the runway as Flight 2658 from Myrtle Beach landed."

Note: Tires igniting or exploding, okay, that's probably hydrogen sulfide getting into tire rubber and brake pads and causing excessive heat when brakes are applied. But wheels just falling off? If this has anything to do with the hydrogen sulfide and methane problem, I haven't figured out what it could be. But it does seem to be happening more often lately. Why, I do not know. It's certainly not good though!

2013-04-17 - Small plane carrying 2 goes missing near Reno (Nevada):

2013-04-17 - Tanker truck veers off road, hits concrete culvert, bursts into flame, in Windom (Kansas), 1 killed:

2013-04-17 - Tractor trailer overturns on Highway 7 near Wapanuka (Oklahoma):

2013-04-17 - Tow truck overturns on Route 58 in Southampton County (Virginia), 1 killed:

2013-04-17 - SUV and pickup collide head-on, on I-64 in New Kent (Virginia), 2 killed:

2013-04-17 - Car veers over centerline, hits log truck head-on, in coastal Hawke's Bay (New Zealand), 1 injured:

2013-04-17 - Car veers over centerline, hits SUV head-on, on US 12 near Helena (Montana), 1 killed, 2 injured:

2013-04-17 - Car and pickup collide head-on, on Route 6 in Columbia (Connecticut), unknown injuries:

2013-04-17 - Car veers off road, hits tree, bursts into flame, in Deptford Township (New Jersey):

Note: On the way to the scene, two patrol cars hit each other and both were totalled, so Deptford Township police wound up handling the initial call.
Animal Attacks

2013-04-17 - Two dogs seriously maul woman on her front porch in Detroit (Michigan), cop shoots at least one:

Quote: "Part of her scalp was off, laying on the grass."

2013-04-17 - Sinkhole opens up and swallows three cars in Chicago (Illinois), near Lake Michigan, 1 injured:,0,4497819.story

Note: They say this was caused by an old water main giving out. My question is: how will they distinguish between water mains that give out because of biogenic sulfide corrosion and those that give out for more traditional reasons? They don't even know we have an atmospheric hydrogen sulfide problem, so they're probably also completely unaware that we have a biogenic sulfide corrosion problem. That means they will not distinguish, so one can't rule biogenic sulfide corrosion out...


  1. Thanks Again johnny!
    this is interesting..."It is one part nitrogen and three parts hydrogen.

    • When released, the vapors initially move close to the ground, causing greater risk for exposure."
    On another note...what about these birds..mistook the ground for water 'cause they weren't wearing their sunglasses?

    1. Hah, yeah, I mentioned those birds in the 2013-04-15 update. They sure are quick to come up with excuses without doing any testing whatsoever. But that seems to work in terms of keeping people asleep - make an excuse, then by the next day the event is mostly forgotten and some other event is occupying peoples' minds (and then THAT event will be mostly forgotten the next day too). And that way few ever notice that there are PATTERNS to these events.