Saturday, April 20, 2013

Event Update For 2013-04-19

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
2013-04-19 - Mysterious explosion shakes homes, rattles residents in coastal communities in Connecticut:
Quote: "A loud boom rattled windows and prompted calls to police departments in several towns along the shoreline Friday night. People from Ledyard to East Haven and Milford reported hearing the loud sound and feeling their houses shake around 10 p.m."
Quote: "There were no storms in the area at the time and the U.S. Geological Survey website does not show an earthquake in Connecticut."
Note: These mysterious explosions shaking communities around the world, frequently along coasts or near bodies of water, are likely atmospheric hydrogen sulfide and/or methane plumes finding an ignition source and detonating. When these explosions occur high in te atmosphere, a 'flash of light' is reported. When they occur closer to the ground then nobody may see anything, just feel the rumble. In the case of these East Coast explosions, it's probably mostly or entirely methane, since there are nearly 4,000 square miles of methane clathrate deposits dissociating off the East Coast.
I'll save you the trouble of looking up where this area is on a map. Here it is:
 As you can see, this area is right ON the coast. It's also possible that methane clathrate deposits UNDERGROUND are dissociating now along the East Coast (and in other coastal areas such as Louisiana and California) and bubbling up through the soil and the waters.

Prediction A - More Fires and Explosions, Especially Coastal

2013-04-19 - Massive fire engulfs transport factory in Kanpur (India):

Note: Transport factory is kinda vague. What do they make - cars, trucks, buses, jetpacks?

2013-04-19 - Building destroyed by blaze at pallet company in Akron (Ohio):

2013-04-19 - Boat bursts into flame at Galloway Creek Marina in coastal Middle River (Maryland), second boat damaged too:

2013-04-19 - Boat bursts into flame in backyard at home in Seacow Pond on coastal Price Edward Island (Canada):

Quote: "The cause of the fire wasn’t determined, but there was some speculation it might have been related to the boat’s battery. Dorgan had only put the battery back in the boat on Thursday and he was waiting until Friday to start it up for the first time before getting the boat hauled to the harbor."

Note: As mentioned, hydrogen sulfide is reactive with copper, especially electrified copper. Putting the battery back into the boat electrified the copper wiring in his boat...

2013-04-19 - Canal boat bursts into flame on the Stafford Union Canal in Wheaton Aston (Britain):

Note: 'Battery problem' again...

2013-04-19 - Airport firefighting vehicle bursts into flame on the A14 near Needham Market (Britain):

Note: Maybe firefighting vehicles should be deployed in pairs so they can put each other out when they burst into flame...

2013-04-19 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on the A1 Southbound at Barnby Moor (Britain):

2013-04-19 - Flatbed truck bursts into flame while hauling hay, in Stratford, Ontario (Canada):

2013-04-19 - Truck bursts into flame on I-71 in Morrow County (Ohio):

2013-04-19 - Transit bus bursts into flame in coastal Savusavu on the island of Fiji, 1 injured:

2013-04-19 - Van bursts into flame while parked on street in South Tyneside (Britain):

2013-04-19 - Van bursts into flame on expressway at Kurundugahahethekma on the island nation of Sri Lanka:

Note: I bet you can't say 'Kurundugahahethekma' three times really fast...

2013-04-19 - Utility vehicle bursts into flame at 4:45 AM while parked on street in coastal South Mackay (Australia):

Note: The wee hours is when the atmosphere cools and contracts, which will push any hydrogen sulfide or methane floating by overhead closer to the ground...

2013-04-19 - Pickup truck bursts into flame on street in Matinsburg (West Virginia):

2013-04-19 - Car bursts into flame while parked at grocery store in Meaford (Canada), near Lake Huron:

Quote: "A beautiful BMW was completely destroyed by a freak fire in downtown Meaford on Friday afternoon..."

2013-04-19 - Car bursts into flame outside hotel in Eumundi (Australia), near the coast:

2013-04-19 - Vehicle bursts into flame on Yellowquill Trail in Portage la Prairie, Manitoba (Canada):

Quote: "Just before 3 a.m. the Portage la Prairie Fire Department responded to a vehicle fire on Yellowquill Trail."

Note: Wee hours again. Also, a work truck burst into flame in Portage la Prairie recently too, at a business, as mentioned in the 2013-04-17 update...

2013-04-19 - Vehicle bursts into flame near Lake Lansing Road in Lansing Township (Michigan):

2013-04-19 - Motorcycle, workshop and garage destroyed by fire in Ottawa (Canada):

2013-04-19 - Blaze erupts at auto dealership on the island of Borneo:

2013-04-19 - Barn destroyed by fire in Eau Claire (Wisconsin):

2013-04-19 - Barn damaged by fire in the Town of Darien (Wisconsin), 40 animals killed:

2013-04-19 - Barn badly damaged by fire in Maiden Newton (Britain), sheep saved:

2013-04-19 - Roof bursts into flame at University of Maine building in Orono (Maine), near the Penobscot River:

2013-04-19 - Warehouse roof erupts in flame near Hobby Airport in Houston (Texas):

Note: Looks like some kind of machinery or quipment, possibly air conditioners, caught fire on the roof there. The roof is fully exposed to any hydrogen sulfide and/or methane blowing through the atmosphere. Whatever it was that burned, it's electrical which means electrified copper was present, and hydrogen sulfide is reactive with copper, especially electrified copper...

2013-04-19 - Four storage units damaged by fire at storage facility in Tigard (Oregon), near Lake Oswego:

Note: Any lawn mowers or vehicles in those storage units?

2013-04-19 - Blaze breaks out at Accurate Hydrolics Machine Services in Des Moines (Iowa) at 2:45 AM:

Note: Wee hours again...

2013-04-19 - Massive fire destroys landmark building and four businesses in Truro (Canada):

Quote: "“I was sitting there. I heard some cracking going on…I said "what’s going on?" and here were sparks coming out of the wire boxes,' says business owner John K. Lynds."

Note: Hydrogen sulfide is reactive with copper, especially electrified copper. Truro is located on the south side of the Salmon River floodplain, close to the river's mouth at the eastern end of Cobequid Bay...

2013-04-19 - Home damaged by fire on Beach Avenue on Long Beach Island (New Jersey):

2013-04-19 - Vacant mobile home under renovation burns in Ukiah (California):
Prediction D - More Corpses In Low-Lying Areas

2013-04-19 - Charred corpse found in burning pickup on Lakeside Drive in Godfrey (Illinois), very near the Mississippi River:

Quote: "The Madison County Sheriff’s Department says it does not appear foul play was involved in a deadly car fire..."

Quote: "A neighbor in the 300 block of Lakeside Drive told investigators there was a loud noise before the car caught fire in a nearby driveway."

Note: Not everyone escapes the vehicular fires alive. The loud noise was probably a methane and/or hydrogen sulfide plume exploding, which ignited the car and its occupant. And sure, no foul play, as in no human caused this event, just flammable gases contaminating our atmosphere and incinerating people here and there. There sure have been quite a few folks dying this way, especially lately, like in the last, say, 4-6 months...

2013-04-19 - Man found dead and woman unconscious in parking lot at East Towne Mall in Madison (Wisconsin):

Note: No foul play, as in, humans didn't do this to them. Yeah, probably just a little cloud of poisonous hydrogen sulfide, knocked the woman unconscious, killed the man...

2013-04-19 - College medical student, 20, found dead in dormitory room in coastal Bangsaen (Thailand):

2013-04-19 - Woman found dead near Lake Allaman in Wallace State Park (Missouri):

2013-04-19 - Man found dead near the pedestrian bridge at First Creek in Knoxville (Tennessee):

2013-04-19 - Man, 26, found slumped over dead in his car in coastal Barnegat (New Jersey), in Ocean County:

Note: Authorities suspect OD. Well, it's easy to suspect anything. I'm sure some people will suspect aliens did it. Considering his proximity to the coast and his being basically outside and exposed to the atmosphere, I suspect poisonous hydrogen sulfide. I did mention just a day or three ago that the authorities may sometimes try to disguise the deaths of young people who drop dead from hydrogen sulfide by calling them overdoses when there are no signs of injury or illness...

2013-04-19 - College student, 25, found dead in residence in Charleston (Illinois):

2013-04-19 - Woman in her early 30s drops dead inside store in Ramona (California), 25 miles from the coast:

2013-04-19 - Teen, 17, dies in Mahakali River irrigation canal in Nepal:

2013-04-19 - Missing woman, 33, found dead in the Pomeroon River (Guyana):

2013-04-19 - Hiker, 46, found dead in Barron Gorge near coastal Cairns in north Queensland (Australia):

Note: Possible toppler...

2013-04-19 - Woman, 56, found dead at industrial estate in Bishop Auckland (Britain):
Prediction E - More Unusual Vehicular Accidents

2013-04-19 - Passenger plane runs off runway after landing in Columbus (Ohio):

Note: Brake failure? Landing gear problem?

2013-04-19 - Plane crashes into canal shortly after takeoff from Nathong Airport (Laos), 5 injured plus 11 more lightly injured:

2013-04-19 - Small plane crashes in residential area in James City County (Virginia), near the James River, 2 killed:,0,810669.story

Quote: "The fellow next door came knocking on our door, and he says, 'You got a fire extinguisher? There's a plane just crashed next to your house.'"

2013-04-19 - Small plane crash lands at airport in coastal San Rafael (California):

Note: Looks like landing gear collapsed...

2013-04-19 - Two school buses collide in St. Louis (Missouri), near the Mississippi River, 2 or 3 injured:

2013-04-19 - Passenger bus overturns in coastal Baku (Azerbaijan), 10 injured:

Note: Baku is on the Absheron Peninsula which juts out into the Caspian Sea. This was the third bus accident in Baku within 24 hours. All total there were 31 people injured in the three accidents...

2013-04-19 - Passenger bus hits tree, overturns, near Bahawalpur (Pakistan), 9 killed, 50 injured:

2013-04-19 - Two tractor trailers collide on I-85 at Mallard Creek Road in Charlotte (North Carolina):

2013-04-19 - Two tractor trailers collide, one bursts into flame, on I-79 near Sutton (West Virginia):

2013-04-19 - Dump truck overturns on the John B. Dennis Highway in Kingsport (Tennessee), 1 injured:

2013-04-19 - Hog truck overturns in coastal Isle of Wight County (Virginia), 184 hogs run wild:

Note: You can take our spare ribs but you'll never take our freedom!

2013-04-19 - Cattle truck overturns near Tapanui (New Zealand) on the South Island, animals injured:

2013-04-19 - Beer truck overturns in coastal Mumbai (India):

2013-04-19 - SUV veers over centerline, hits school bus head-on, in Inverness (Illinois), 1 killed:

2013-04-19 - Car veers over centerline, hits charter bus head-on, in Milam County (Texas), 1 killed, 1 injured:

2013-04-19 - Car veers over centerline, hits truck head-on, in Australia, 1 killed:

2013-04-19 - Car veers over centerline, hits police cruiser head-on, on Tidewater Drive in coastal Norfolk (Virginia), 1 killed, 2 injured:,0,1882377.story

2013-04-19 - Car veers over centerline, hits car head-on, in Holtsville (New York), on Long Island, 1 killed, 1 injured:

2013-04-19 - Car veers off highway and slams into fire station in Elsmere (Delaware), 1 injured:

Note: Response time was fast!

2013-04-19 - Car veers off road, hits trees, bursts into flame, in coastal San Rafael (California), 1 injured:

2013-04-19 - Car veers off road, hits tree, bursts into flame, in Muncie (Indiana), 2 injured:

2013-04-19 - HazMat event in Punjab (India), residents of several nearby localities affected, blamed on chlorine:

Quote: "People in the localities near the plant including Jawahar Market, Kathehra, Kancherra and Barari complained of breathlessness and irritation in the eyes..."

Quote: "However, plant's general manager JS Talwar said there was no bursting of pipeline in the plant. He said that there was 'no question of leakage of gas and only a water seal of the pipeline was broken due to frosting this morning'."

Note: So a bunch of people experience symptoms that hydrogen sulfide might cause and the government blames it on a chlorine leak. But the plant's manager says there wasn't any pipeline rupture or chlorine leak. That's suspicious...
Animal Attacks

2013-04-19 - Killer bees attack and injure man and horse in Little Belize (Belize):

2013-04-19 - Massive hailstorm destroys 200 homes, damages 11,000 more, in Hunan Province (China):

Quote: "According to Hunan's Provincial Department of Civil Affairs, the hailstorms have affected 105,000 residents and forced the evacuation of more than 9,400 people. Nearly 200 houses collapsed and 11,000 houses were damaged to varying degrees. The storms have also destroyed about 3,900 hectares of crops."

Note: A proposed explanation for these freak hailstorms is in the full hypothesis...


  1. Madison, WI is located on 2 lakes which are Monona & Mendota. The UWM is on Mendota. They hold the annual Madison Blues Festivals on Lake Monona. Lake Waubesa is very nearby Madison & that is where that young early 20's couple burned to death on 1-1-13 in a friend's car shortly after leaving a party between midnight & 6AM. You reported this incident
    Eau Claire is located on the Chippewa River & on the West side of WI a few hundred miles from the Mississippi River.
    The Town of Darien, WI is on the East side of WI not far from Lake Michigan.

    1. Thanks for all the lake info! I never realized Wisconsin was so loaded with lakes until this past year. There are a ton!

  2. Johnny, Thnx Again! You must spend hours trying to get all this info 2gether for us! BTW, we have commented sev times as "anonymous" but we are actually in the PI. the lady that was found in Manila Bay you listed a few days back is not an unusual occurrence here...the poorest squatters all sleep and live along the very edge of Roxas ave which follows the bay. This is also a haven for prostituiton and heavy alcohol use... On the other hand, The Bay is SO polluted from the sewer runoff of 22,000,000 people that it might just blow up soon!
    Did you see this last explosion warning in TX at that fertilizer plant?

    1. No one incident really means much. There've been lots of corpses found in the last year in and around the Mississippi River in my area too, and if you look at any single case, Normalcy Bias kicks in and it's easily explainable. It's the patterns of events that are important.

      It starts to get more obvious when you look at the bigger events, like the nauseating cloud of gas that swept in and dropped people to the ground unconscious by the dozens and sparked a panic on the island of Jamaica, as happened recently. What happens when a swimmer in that area of Manila Bay gets hit by the same gas and they lose consciousness and drown? People will say, 'probably just a hooker or a druggie' even when that's actually not what killed them. So I note anything that looks even mildly suspicious now, so that later when those clouds of gas become more common and more deadly and blow in and kill off many people at a time, people will be able to look back and see that yes, this actually began a while ago, back when it was just a corpse here and there.

      And sewer runoff is a big problem! The ancient anaerobic bacteria and archaea that produce hydrogen sulfide will eat excrement (and other kinds of biomatter, and even methane). Then they will basically turn that excrement into more poison gas, killing more stuff (including people), and then they'll eat those corpses if the corpses get to where the bacteria are breeding, and they'll turn those corpses into yet more poison gas, and so on, in a non-stop chain reaction, which has already begun. By flushing our sh#t into the oceans, we're feeding those bacteria, helping them grow their numbers and their habitat, thereby producing more deadly hydrogen sulfide.

      Hadn't seen that new warning at West, Texas, no. Thanks for the info! I don't generally dwell on single events much though. There are going to be more and more explosions and fires. In fact, just today there was an explosion and fire at the Hartlepool Nuclear Power Plant in Britain and a mine explosion that killed a number of people in China and a coastal fire that chased 200 people from their homes in California - and I've barely even started looking at events for the next day's update. It's gettin' crrrrazy!