Tuesday, April 23, 2013

Event Update For 2013-04-22

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: Corpses In Low-Lying Areas
2013-04-22 - Two men, 44 and 41, found dead on boats in harbors near Kodiak (Alaska), separate incidents:
Quote: "Police Chief T.C. Kamai tells KMXT that it does not appear the two deaths are related. Neither body has signs of trauma."
Note: Hydrogen sulfide will sweep in off the ocean and knock people dead. It may not APPEAR that these two deaths are related, but appearances can be deceiving, especially when an invisible but deadly gas in the atmosphere is concerned, and they certainly WERE linked by the atmosphere. Just last month two men, both 52, were found dead in their separate but ADJACENT homes in Oklahoma City (Oklahoma), as mentioned in the 2013-03-15. They were similarly linked by the atmosphere. There have been other events like these too, and these events are not coincidences...

Prediction A - More Fires and Explosions, Especially Coastal

2013-04-22 - Methane explosion hits wastewater treatment plant in Dexter (Michigan), 2 critically injured:

Quote: "Two men were critically injured when methane gas exploded while they were working on a holding tank at the Dexter Utilities Department wastewater treatment plant..."

Quote: "The men were using a welder's torch on a storage tank when it came in contact with methane gas, causing the explosion..."

Quote: "Yates said firefighters believe both men were in the tank at the time of the blast. One man was blown out of the tank by the explosion and the other man was assisted out of the tank by other workers."

Note: So they were IN a storage tank that they were working on, using welding equipment. Well then, obviously there was no methane stored in THAT tank, else they wouldn't have been inside it, so where did the methane come from?

2013-04-22 - Large ship catches fire on waterway in Lithuania:

Quote: "The extent of the damage to goods and vehicles on the car deck, where the fire broke out, cannot be assessed until the ship is in port in Klaipe.da. No other area on the ship other than the main deck, which is a closed vehicle deck, was affected by the fire."

Note: I'd bet one of the vehicles on that deck burst into flame and that was the originating point of this fire...

2013-04-22 - Crane bursts into flame at the Port of Felixstowe (Britain):

2013-04-22 - Transit bus explodes into flame near the Brands Hatch race track in Kent (Britain):

Quote: "The driver got off the bus, a fire quickly started and moments later there was a big explosion..."

2013-04-22 - Transit bus bursts into flame near gas station in Scarborough (Britain):

Note: Electrical fault? Oh, right, that's what they're calling it when a little hydrogen sulfide finds some electrified copper and fire breaks out. Well, a rose by any other name and all that...

2013-04-22 - School bus bursts into flame as it arrives at school in Lafayette (Tennessee):

2013-04-22 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on the Stevenson Expressway in Chicago (Illinois), near Lake Michigan:

2013-04-22 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-70 near Hays (Kansas):

2013-04-22 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-10 in Kenner (Louisiana):

Note: Kenner is sandwiched between the Mississippi River and Lake Pontchartrain...

2013-04-22 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-285 at Riverside Drive in Atlanta (Georgia):

2013-04-22 - RV and two cars burst into flame at residential property in coastal Carnoustie (Scotland):

2013-04-22 - RV bursts into flame at Bronte Close in Hatherley, Cheltenham (Britain):

2013-04-22 - Pickup truck bursts into flame while parked in driveway at home on the island of Oahu (Hawaii):

Note: Fire started in the wee hours, 2:20 AM, which is when the atmosphere cools and contracts, which will push any hydrogen sulfide or methane floating in the atmosphere above closer to the ground. This fire spread to an adjacent car and the garage. This is the reason I've been suggesting it may not be wise to park your vehicle(s) next to or inside your buildings, or next to other vehicles, else you risk compounding the loss - including the loss of your own life if your house catches fire - when your vehicle bursts into flame...

2013-04-22 - Pickup truck bursts into flame at intersection in Lawrenceburg (Tennessee):

2013-04-22 - Pickup truck bursts into flame at shopping center in Morganton (North Carolina):

2013-04-22 - Pickup truck bursts into flame near boat ramp at park in Kamloops (Canada), near Kamloops Lake:

2013-04-22 - Car bursts into flame on I-66 in Virginia, near coastal Washington DC:

2013-04-22 - Car bursts into flame on road between Swimbridge and Filleigh (Britain):

2013-04-22 - Car bursts into flame on I-75 in Perrysburg (Ohio), near the Maumee River:

2013-04-22 - Car bursts into flame while being service at auto dealer on Calder Island in Wakefield (Britain):

2013-04-22 - Car bursts into flame on Green Lane in Billingbear (Britain):

2013-04-22 - Car bursts into flame while parked at home on Yagger Bay Drive in Hilliard (Ohio):

2013-04-22 - Car bursts into flame inside auto shop in Corning (California), auto shop damaged too:

Note: It was off-hours, shop closed, so this car wasn't running and spontaneously combusted. That's happening a lot now. Vehicles don't need to be running to burst into flame. Hydrogen sulfide is reactive with copper, especially electrified copper like the wiring in vehicles...

2013-04-22 - Massive fire destroys trucking company, in Pomfret (New York), very near Lake Erie:

Quote: "I mean it was just constant, bang, boom. And then we had, I'm not really sure what blew-up, but we had a giant fireball..."

Quote: "Employees say they believe the blaze began in the cab of one of the trucks being worked on inside the garage."

2013-04-22 - Jeep and garage destroyed by fire at home in Maquoketa (Iowa):

Quote: "Maquoketa and Andrew Fire Departments were called at 4:57 a.m. Monday to a fire at the large garage..."

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

2013-04-22 - Motorcycle and garage destroyed by explosion and fire in El Paso (Texas):

Quote: "Investigators believe a water heater ignited gasoline leaking from a motorcycle and set off the explosion."

Note: That could be. Or some hydrogen sulfide sparked a fire near that motorcycle's battery and that fire ruptured the fuel line, and from that point an explosion was basically inevitable. They'd probably suspect the same thing if A) they were paying attention to all the non-running vehicles bursting into flame around the world, which they obviously aren't, and B) if they weren't ignorant of the fact that our atmosphere is being increasingly contaminated by methane and hydrogen sulfide, both of which are accelerants...

2013-04-22 - Pickup truck and shed destroyed by fire in Adair County (Missouri):

2013-04-22 - Auto shop destroyed by fire in Canton (Ohio):

2013-04-22 - Auto shop damaged by fire in Covington (Kentucky):

Quote: "Flames broke out about 4:51 am. at Sharp Works auto center..."

Note: Wee hours again, which is when the atmosphere cools and contracts, which will push any hydrogen sulfide or methane floating in the atmosphere above closer to the ground. For this reason, the hours before sunrise - say, 2 AM to 6 AM - are probably the most dangerous time of the day in terms of fires, explosions and dropping dead from poisonous hydrogen sulfide...

2013-04-22 - Blaze erupts at auto salvage yard in Pine Bluff (Arkansas):

Quote: "Officials say the fire was started by a battery left in a car."

Note: Hydrogen sulfide is reactive with copper, especially electrified copper, like, say, battery cables if a battery is attached. They should remove batteries to minimize the risk. But even if they do that, they will still have fires, because hydrogen sulfide is reactive with rusty iron/steel, and there's always plenty of that at any auto salvage yard. They will have FEWER fires if they remove the batteries though...

2013-04-22 - Barn destroyed by fire in Wellman (Iowa):

2013-04-22 - Barn destroyed by fire in St. Paris (Ohio):

2013-04-22 - Barn destroyed by fire in Clay Township (Pennsylvania):

2013-04-22 - Barn damaged by fire in Whitehall (New York):

2013-04-22 - Trash bursts into flame inside garbage truck in Mount Pleasant (Wisconsin), near Lake Michigan:

2013-04-22 - Rubbish bursts into flame on front porch at home in New Rochelle (New York), 2 other fires mentioned too:

2013-04-22 - Conveyor bursts into flame at recycling facility in coastal Portland (Maine):

Note: Recycling facilities are full of absorbent flammable materials. Once those materials absorb hydrogen sulfide then fires may erupt when those contaminated materials come near electrical equipment, due to hydrogen sulfide's reactivity with copper, especially electrified copper. In this case it was a conveyor belt that burst into flame while feeding paper into a baler...

2013-04-22 - Recycling facility erupts in flame in Atlanta (Georgia), may burn for days:

Quote: "Firefighters are unsure about how it started, but they did say it's burning a lot of trash and debris..."

Note: More trash igniting. Trash is full of absorbent flammable materials and all such materials are absorbing hydrogen sulfide and/or methane and spontaneously combusting. Such materials include wood, paper, cardboard, generic trash, dried brush and grass, dead trees, pallets, hay, straw, clothing, cotton, wool, etc.

2013-04-22 - Fabric company devastated by fire in Waynesville (North Carolina):

Note: Pretty much all fabrics are flammable absorbent materials...

2013-04-22 - Clock shop damaged by fire in the Old Port in coastal Portland (Maine), another fire mentioned nearby:

2013-04-22 - Garage bursts into flame at home in coastal San Jose (California):

2013-04-22 - Unoccupied mobile home destroyed by fire in Monmouth (Maine):

Note: Lots of lakes around there. This town is a summer resort area with many lakeside cottages...

2013-04-22 - Home destroyed by fire in coastal Iberia Parish (Louisiana):

2013-04-22 - Vacant warehouse and two vacant homes burn in separate incidents in Stockton (California):

Quote: "The first blaze was reported at 2:33 a.m. Monday in a 7,500-square-foot vacant warehouse..."

Quote: "At 3:41 a.m., a report came in of a fire in a vacant home..."

Quote: "A third fire was reported at 5:44 a.m. at a boarded-up south Stockton home..."

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

2013-04-22 - Vacant house burns in Flint (Michigan), near the Flint River:

2013-04-22 - Vacant home burns to the ground in Huntsville (Alabama):

2013-04-22 - Vacant restaurant destroyed by fire in Dallas (Texas), 1 killed:

2013-04-22 - Couple, 51 and 57, found dead in apartment in coastal Woolloomooloo (Australia):
Prediction D - More Corpses In Low-Lying Areas

2013-04-22 - Fisherman, 33, goes missing, empty 'ghost boat' spotted, at Lake Wallenpaupack (Pennsylvania), man found dead in lake:

Quote: "He was reported missing Saturday after fire officials in Paupack Township said an empty boat was spotted by other fishermen."

Note: Not a lot of choices when a cloud of hydrogen sulfide blows over you and you're in a boat. Stand your ground and probably die, or jump overboard and almost certainly die, that's pretty much it...

2013-04-22 - Man, 28, found dead on shore on Bailey Island (Maine):

2013-04-22 - Missing woman, 74, found dead in pond in Spencer (Massachusetts):

2013-04-22 - Infant, six months old, suddenly dies in apartment in coastal Queens (New York):

2013-04-22 - Man burns to death in car in underpass beneath airport in Delhi (India):

Quote: "We could hear the occupant shouting for help. He was trapped inside as the doors jammed due to the central locking system."

Note: His car burst into flame then the electrical locking mechanism died, so he couldn't escape. The fire hydrants didn't work, so the fire consumed him. Hydrogen sulfide is reactive with copper, especially electrified copper like the wiring in vehicles. Might pay to have old-school mechanical locks on your vehicle, and manual windows too...

2013-04-22 - Reporter, 31, found dead in her condo in coastal Bangkok (Thailand):

2013-04-22 - Woman, 63, drops dead at her home in Crowle on the Isle of Axholme (Britain):

2013-04-22 - Two college students go swimming in the Appomattox River (Virginia), go missing, one found dead, so far:

2013-04-22 - Missing man, 25, found dead in the Rock River in Beloit (Wisconsin):

2013-04-22 - Man, 33, drops dead in downtown gazebo in Easthampton (Massachusetts), in the Pioneer Valley:
Prediction E - More Unusual Vehicular Accidents

2013-04-22 - Small plane crash lands at airport in Auburn (California), landing gear collapses:

Quote: "It appears the landing gear failed, and the front gear gave way..."

Note: Hydrogen sulfide is being absorbed by tire rubber and maybe brake pads. Then when brakes are applied - like right after landing when a plane is concerned - bad things can happen: tires explode or ignite, brakes burn out or ignite, fluid lines rupture (fuel, brakes, hydraulics, power steering), the entire vehicle goes up on flames, or all of the above. With planes, the problem is mainly that tires explode then the landing gear strut hits the ground and the landing gear collapses although sometimes the brakes fail and the plane runs off the runway instead of the landing gear collapsing...

2013-04-22 - Small plane crashes at Arkavalley Airport in Greenbrier (Arkansas), 1 killed:

2013-04-22 - Small plane makes emergency landing near Abingdon (Britain), engine failure:

2013-04-22 - Three passenger buses collide in Thailand, 1 killed, around 100 injured:

2013-04-22 - Passenger bus overturns near Balaghat (India), 1 killed, 23 injured:

2013-04-22 - Fuel tanker truck overturns, huge fire breaks out, 30 homes and shops destroyed, in Ibadan (Nigeria):

2013-04-22 - Tractor trailer hits car, bursts into flame, on I-94 near Northfield (Illinois), near Lake Michigan, 4 injured:

2013-04-22 - Tractor trailer overturns, bursts into flame, on Highway 88 near Silver Lake (California):

2013-04-22 - Tractor trailer veers off road, hits backhoe, overturns, bursts into flame, in Columbus (Ohio), 1 killed, 1 injured:

2013-04-22 - Dump truck veers off road, plows through utility pole, slams into home and destroys it, in Green Township (Ohio), 2 injured:

2013-04-22 - SUV veers over centerline, hits pickup head-on, in Maple Ridge (Canada), 1 killed, 1 injured:

2013-04-22 - Car veers over centerline, hits SUV head-on, in Spokane County (Washington), 3 injured:

2013-04-22 - Car veers over centerline, hits pickup head-on, near Lachute (Canada), 2 injured:

2013-04-22 - Car veers over centerline, hits car head-on, in coastal Ocean Beach (California), 1 killed, 1 injured:

2013-04-22 - Two cars collide head-on, in the Town of Ramapo (New York), both burst into flame, 4 lightly injured:

2013-04-22 - Car slams into back of pickup, truck bursts into flame, car burns some too, in Orland Park (Illinois):

2013-04-22 - Car and pickup collide head-on, near Goderich (Canada), close to Lake Huron, 3 injured:

2013-04-22 - Car veers off road, hits tree, bursts into flame, in the U.S. Virgin Islands, man incinerated:

Quote: "Witnesses on the scene reported that Reyes had survived the crash, but as the vehicle burst into flames, he was unable to get out of the vehicle before being severely burned about his body."

2013-04-22 - Car veers over centerline, off road, goes airborne, hits tree, bursts into flame, in Reynolds County (Missouri), 1 injured:

2013-04-22 - Man runs through yards partially nude, then drops dead in backyard, in Houston (Texas):

Note: Neuro-zombies, people whose brains have been damaged by hydrogen sulfide, do not tend to live very long. There have been numerous incidents now where someone acts crazy, the police apprehend the person, and the person drops dead in the police vehicle, or at the station, or before they're even put in the car. At least this one wasn't violent. I could live with naked brain-damaged people running through my yard, but I think I would have to draw the line if they tried to eat my face...
Animal Attacks

2013-04-22 - Pit bull attacks and injures two young toddlers (ages 1 and 2) in San Bernardino (California):

Quote: "The victims, ages one and two were playing in the back yard of a residence when their family friend's dog savagely attacked the two-year-old in the face. While the parents were rescuing their two-year-old, the 8-year-old pit bull bit and attacked the one-year-old."

Quote: "According to San Bernardino police Lt. Paul Williams, the children have played with the pit bull in the past."

Quote: "The incident is the second pit bull attack in San Bernardino County this week. On Sunday, a 74-year-old woman was attacked by a pit bull. Responding officers attempted to apprehend the pit bull but the dog allegedly attacked them as well. Officers were reportedly forced to shoot the dog."

Note: Dog got a bit face-eaterish there...

2013-04-22 - Dog attacks and injures 4-year-old girl in Prairie City (Iowa):

Quote: "He said he believed the girl might have been bitten on the neck or near her head."

2013-04-22 - Sinkhole opens up in soccer field in Oak Ridge (Tennessee):

2013-04-22 - Sinkhole opens up in man's backyard, he falls in, in Batavia (New York):

2013-04-22 - Large fishing ship that burst into flame last week in Antarctic waters has finally sunk:

Quote: "A Chinese factory fishing ship that burned last week off Antarctica has sunk without anyone on board, Chile's navy said Monday. The vessel Kai Xin caught fire and its 97 crew members were rescued by a Norwegian ship. Then it began to drift in unmanned and in flames, zigzagging dangerously close to glaciers. The Chilean navy said an official representing the ship's owner confirmed that the vessel went down Sunday afternoon near Bransfield Strait at the Antarctic peninsula."

Note: The fire that caused this vessel to be evacuated was mentioned in the 2013-04-17 update...


  1. Thanks again Jonny! Are you tallying these up on a map at all..that will help us make connections? Also - why do you think some places/folks are affected but not their neighbors? And, thot you might find this interesting...http://robinwestenra.blogspot.com/2013/04/the-state-of-planet_24.html
    BTW...the Pi seems to be undergoing quake 'cracking' all around our edges these past sev days..kinda strange!

    1. The reason some people are affected but not their neighbors is just the randomness of the atmosphere. A gas plume may be small-ish, say, car-sized. It passes through a neighborhood and gets sucked into one home's AC system but it's not close enough to get sucked into more. So the people in that house may die, but not others. Even inside that home there will be the randomness of human existence. One person is inhaling when the gas blows in off their ventilation system while the person next to them is exhaling at that time, so one person gets hit hard and the other little or not at all. Or one person spends more time in the basement where a heavier-than-air gas like hydrogen sulfide will tend to accumulate while their spouse spends his or her time mainly on the upper floor.

      But sometimes neighbors ARE affected, like the two men who dropped dead in their adjacent homes in Oklahoma City (Oklahoma), as mentioned in the 2013-03-15 update. Over time the gas plumes will get larger and more concentrated and you'll see more events where multiple people are affected, like the dozens who sickened or lost consciousness recently in the same area in Jamaica.

      I haven't mapped out all the events. That would be a prodigious amount of work and I only have so much time. I have a staff of one - me. And my budget is approximately $0. Heh. I do try to provide enough location information so that if someone else wanted to tackle the mapping task then it would be easier for them.

      Cracking around the edges doesn't sound good at all - be alert and stay safe!