Wednesday, April 24, 2013

Event Update For 2013-04-23

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
2013-04-23 - Blaze tears through pallet company, destroys two buildings, in Milroy (Indiana):
Note: All flammable absorbent materials are absorbing hydrogen sulfide and/or methane and spontaneously combusting. Such materials include wood, paper, cardboard, generic trash, hay, straw, mulch, dried brush, clothing, cotton, wool, etc. Pallets are obviously made of wood so they have the absorbent flammable material vulnerability. They also have another vulnerability: hydrogen sulfide is reactive with rusty iron/steel and that's what pallets are usually held together with: steel nails or screws, which rust. So a little hydrogen sulfide gets near some rusty iron/steel, a spark pops, right next to some wood contaminated with flammable hydrogen sulfide and/or methane and whoosh, fire breaks out. There have been a whole lot of pallet-related fires in this past year as a consequence, and there's no end in sight. In fact, the problem seems to be worsening, which is only logical since our atmosphere is being increasingly contaminated over time. The last major pallet-related fire occurred in Akron (Ohio), where a building was destroyed by fire at a pallet company there, as mentioned in the 2013-04-19 update, just a few days prior to this event in Milroy...
I believe we could track the decline of human civilization by simply watching the number of pallet companies being destroyed by fires. The number per unit of time (weekly, monthly, whatever) will increase, eventually peak, then decline as there will be a decreasing number of pallet companies LEFT to burn. By the time there are no pallet companies left at all - and hence no pallet company fires - there will probably be little or nothing left of human civilization at that point either. In other words, we could use pallet companies as a model for the state of human civilization itself.

Prediction A - More Fires and Explosions, Especially Coastal

2013-04-23 - Devastating wildfire destroys 30 homes, 150 more evacuated, in coastal Valparaiso (Chile):

2013-04-23 - Huge inferno destroys the historic Stanhope Beach Resort on Prince Edward Island (Canada):

Quote: "A total of four buildings were lost in the fire, including the main lodge, kitchen and dining room, 200-seat conference centre and guest rooms."

2013-04-23 - Massive fire engulfs auto shop in coastal Plymouth (Britain), declared major incident, evacuations ensue:

2013-04-23 - Garage explodes and burns, fire spreads to home, in Lexington (Kentucky):

Quote: "Darrell Haynes says he had just finished cutting the grass, and parked the mower in the garage, where he heard the booms."

Note: So, he opens the garage, gets his mower out, commences mowing. While he's mowing his lawn, a gas plume blows into his now-open garage and is held there and concentrated by the wind. He finishes mowing, shuts off he mower, puts the mower in the garage, closes the door, goes inside. Before long, the gas makes its way to the copper battery cables, then there's a small explosion and fire, the lawnmower tank ruptures, then a bigger explosion and fire. It was probably something along those lines...

2013-04-23 - Flash explosion injures 2 workers at power pylon in coastal Warkworth (New Zealand):

Quote: "I was in the garden and there was a big [explosion] sound like something had blown up."

Note: Hydrogen sulfide is reactive with copper, especially electrified copper. You don't want to be working on a utility pole when some hydrogen sulfide blows by. That might cause a flash explosion, like the one that happened in this incident...

2013-04-23 - Boat explodes and burns at yacht club in coastal Stony Point (New York):

2013-04-23 - Tanker truck bursts into flame at Sahab Industrial Estate in east Amman (Jordan):

2013-04-23 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on Highway 1 outside Sussex (Canada):

2013-04-23 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-76 in Sterling (Colorado):

2013-04-23 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on Route 322 in Derry Township (Pennsylvania):

2013-04-23 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on the A607 at Wellingore (Britain):

2013-04-23 - Tractor bursts into flame at farm in Sunnydell (Idaho), very near the Snake River:

2013-04-23 - RV bursts into flame on I-40 near Desert Hills (Arizona), completely destroyed, tow vehicle damaged:

2013-04-23 - Camper-van bursts into flame near the Wellington Monument in Wellington (Britain):

2013-04-23 - Pickup truck bursts into flame on Route 495 in Raynham (Massachusetts):

2013-04-23 - Pickup truck bursts into flame on Barrington Street in Halifax (Canada):

2013-04-23 - Pickup truck bursts into flame on bridge in Rochester (Wisconsin):

Note: Near Browns Lake and Eagle Lake, and there's a stream or river that goes right through town...

2013-04-23 - Two cars burst into flame in coastal Weymouth (Britain):

2013-04-23 - Car bursts into flame at front door of hospital in Woodbury (Minnesota):

2013-04-23 - Car bursts into flame while parked in garage at home on River Line near Chatham (Britain), fire spreads to garage:

2013-04-23 - Car bursts into flame on Highway 35 near coastal Rockport (Texas):

2013-04-23 - Car bursts into flame on the Mythe Bridge in Tewkesbury (Britain):

Note: This bridge goes over the River Severn...

2013-04-23 - Car bursts into flame on I-376 near Monaca (Pennsylvania), close to the Ohio River:

2013-04-23 - Car bursts into flame in Penhale, Fraddon (Britain):

2013-04-23 - Car bursts into flame on I-84 in Waterbury (Connecticut):

2013-04-23 - Car bursts into flame on the A27 near Fishbourne (Britain):

2013-04-23 - Car bursts into flame while parked at home in Westcotes, Tile Hill, Coventry (Britain):

Quote: "It was the second vehicle fire of its type in the street in a week."

2013-04-23 - Vehicle bursts into flame between two homes in Sacramento County (California), fire spreads to both homes:

Note: That's why you might not want to park your vehicle(s) next to your residence...

2013-04-23 - Vehicle bursts into flame on I-94 in Ann Arbor (Michigan), 3 accidents mentioned too:

2013-04-23 - Vehicle bursts into flame on I-95 in coastal Fort Pierce (Florida):

2013-04-23 - Auto scrapyard erupts in flame on Robin Hood Bay Road in coastal St. John's (Canada):

Note: Hydrogen sulfide is reactive with rusty iron/steel, much of which will obviously be found at facilities like this one...

2013-04-23 - Auto parts store heavily damaged by fire in Waverly (Ohio):

Quote: "A manager said the fire started in a ventilation system and spread to the roof."

Note: What do ventilation systems do? They move the atmosphere around. I realized ventilation-related fires were going to be a problem a few months ago, when a flash fire in a ventilation duct injured some workers at the State Department in coastal Washington DC...

2013-04-23 - Multiple trucks and barn/garage destroyed by fire in Sunderland (Massachusetts):

2013-04-23 - Barn destroyed by fire in Gallitzin Township (Pennsylvania), pig killed:

2013-04-23 - Barn destroyed by fire in Franklin Township (New Jersey):

2013-04-23 - Couch bursts into flame outside home near Lake Mead (Nevada), fire spreads to home, family flees:

Note: Furniture has the same vulnerabilities that pallets do: made of absorbent flammable materials and held together with iton/steel (nails, screws, staples), which is reactive with hydrogen sulfide. So some hydrogen sulfide slowly saturates an outdoor couch, eventually meets some rusty iron/steel, a spark is generated which lands on the couch which is itself contaminated with an accelerant, and whoosh, fire breaks out. It's probably not a good idea to keep flammable absorbent materials (or vehicles) outside your house, at least not close enough to spread to your hourse and burn it down if fire breaks out...

2013-04-23 - Trash bursts into flame inside garbage truck in coastal Destin (Florida):

2013-04-23 - Trash bursts into flame outside home in Calgary (Canada), fire spreads to van:

2013-04-23 - Trash chute bursts into flame at Illini Tower in Champaign (Illinois):

2013-04-23 - Dumpster bursts into flame at high school in Century (Florida):

2013-04-23 - Recycling plant erupts in flame in St Paul's Cray in coastal London (Britain), third fire there in five weeks:

Note: Hydrogen sulfide and/or methane are being absorbed into flammable absorbent materials and spontaneously combusting. Many such materials will be found at landfills and recycling centers, such as wood, paper, cardboard, generic trash, clothing, cotton, wool, hay, straw, carpet, dried brush, etc.

2013-04-23 - Fifteen tons of carpet burn at warehouse at recycling center in Bolton (Britain), nearby school closed:

Note: Looks to be about 500 feet from the River Croal...

2013-04-23 - Four fires hit same neighborhood in coastal Suffolk (Virginia) since October:

Quote: "I had gone to bed, but was not asleep, and heard some popping sounds and just went to check it out," said Harris. "That's what we heard from the other fires also."

Note: One was a corncrib, one a vacant barn, one a tool shed, one a garage. And 'popping sounds' heard at all four fires. Those popping sounds may have been smallish gas plumes - hydrogen sulfide or methane or both - finding an ignition source and detonating in small explosions, starting these fires. When the plumes are larger then their detonations will sound like fireworks or may be mistaken for gunfire. When they're REALLY big then you get those neighborhood-shaking explosions that people have been reporting around the world in the last year or two...

2013-04-23 - Former mill destroyed by fire in Littlerock (Washington):

2013-04-23 - Woman's face bursts into flame during surgery in Knox County (Tennessee):

Quote: "I've never heard anything like this. And most of the people that have been involved with this, they've never heard of anything like this, either."

Note: Can't argue with that, seems more than a bit unusual...

2013-04-23 - Building under construction catches fire in Hillsborough (Oregon):

Note: Buildings under construction are inherently more vulnerable to the atmospheric hydrogen sulfide and methane problem, especially when in the framing stage when a lot of wood is fully exposed to the atmosphere...

2013-04-23 - Basement fire erupts at home, spreads to other homes, in Mount Vernon (New York), 17 people homeless:

Note: Basements are where a heavier-than-air gas like hydrogen sulfide will tend to accumulate once the gas infiltrates a building. That's also where electrical panels and water heaters are usually located and either may serve as an ignition source. Mount Vernon is 2 miles east of the Hudson River and 2 miles west of Long Island Sound...

2013-04-23 - Vacant home burns in Piscataway (New Jersey):

2013-04-23 - Vacant house burns in Shreveport (Louisiana):

2013-04-23 - Vacant home burns in Dayton (Ohio):

2013-04-23 - Vacant house burns in Antioch (California):

2013-04-23 - Vacant home burns in coastal St. Petersburg (Florida):

2013-04-23 - Vacant house burns on Marina Drive off Respass Beach Road in coastal Suffolk (Virginia):

2013-04-23 - Five boys, ages 10 to 14, found dead in ditch in Assam's Nagaon district (India):

Quote: " was suspected that they had gone in search for food and fallen into the ditch."
Note: Ah, I just love India and the unbelievable fantasy stories that they concoct to explain all the mysterious deaths...
Prediction D - More Corpses In Low-Lying Areas

2013-04-23 - Charred corpse found in burning SUV on Miraleste Drive in coastal Rancho Palos Verdes (California):

2013-04-23 - Man found dead in submerged car in Lycoming Creek in Williamsport (Pennsylvania):

2013-04-23 - Young woman, 18 to 22, found dead on canal bridge in Bierton (Britain):

2013-04-23 - Missing college student, 22, found dead in the Providence River in coastal Providence (Rhode Island):

2013-04-23 - College student, 21, found dead in his campus room in coastal Singapore:

2013-04-23 - Woman, 32, found dead in her apartment in coastal Sydney (Australia):

Quote: "Kate Malonyay was found dead with bruising on her body on Monday when officers forced their way into her ground-floor Mosman apartment. The Homicide Squad is treating the death as a suspected murder but say an autopsy yesterday was inconclusive."

Note: Hydrogen sulfide poisoning can cause bruising as blood vessels rupture, though it does not always do so. This is more likely to happen when the gas isn't concentrated enough to kill you quickly, but rather it knocks you out and you lay on the ground unconscious and dying for a while and during that time blood vessels may rupture causing bruising. When this occurs, the victim may look as if they've been beaten...

2013-04-23 - Woman, 46, found face-down in ditch in 2 feet of water in Fenton Township (Michigan):

2013-04-23 - Tourist goes missing, found dead in coastal Taipei (Taiwan):

2013-04-23 - Missing man, 26, found dead in his vehicle parked at TGI Fridays in Hobart (Indiana):

2013-04-23 - Man, 38, drops dead next to quarry in Ras Al Khaimah (UAE):

2013-04-23 - Two boys, both 14, go swimming at Adambakkam Lake in Guindy (India), next seen dead:

2013-04-23 - Man, 24, goes to take bath at canal at Kidangoor near Pala (India), next seen dead:

2013-04-23 - Boy, 7, found unconscious in swimming pool in FOrt Worth (Texas), dies 2 days later:
Prediction E - More Unusual Vehicular Accidents

2013-04-23 - Military plane makes emergency landing at airport in Cheyenne (Wyoming), double engine failure, tire blows on landing:

Quote: " of the tires on the aircraft did blow out, forcing personnel to shut the runway down for a bit..."

2013-04-23 - Military jet crashes in the Karaganda region in Kazakhstan, 1 killed, 1 injured:

2013-04-23 - Small plane crashes on Mitchells Island (Australia), 1 killed:

2013-04-23 - Small plane crashes in field along Harts Lake Valley Road in Roy (Washington), engine failure:

2013-04-23 - Sea plane crashes in the water at Seventh Lake near Inlet (New York):

2013-04-23 - Helicopter makes emergency landing on US 19 in coastal Crystal River (Florida), engine failure, 1 lightly injured:

2013-04-23 - School bus overturns near Richards Bay (South Africa), 8 students killed, 25 injured:

2013-04-23 - Passenger bus overturns near coastal Bangkok (Thailand), 3 killed, 57 injured:

2013-04-23 - Tractor trailer hailing 85-ton beam overturns onto car, car bursts into flame, in Portland (Oregon), 1 injured:

2013-04-23 - Cement truck overturns in Clifton Park (New York):

2013-04-23 - Garbage truck overturns in Ossining (New York), 1 injured:

2013-04-23 - Truck overturns into Byram Lake in Mount Kisco (New York), affects drinking water supply:

2013-04-23 - Van veers off road, hits planter, swipes car, overturns, bursts into flame, in coastal Virginia Beach (Virginia):

Quote: "Police said Wednesday that the driver of van that flipped on I-264 and caught fire Tuesday night will not be charged because he had a medical condition."

2013-04-23 - Pickup truck veers over centerline, hits SUV head-on, in coastal Dartmouth (Canada), 5 injured:

2013-04-23 - Car and truck collide head-on, truck bursts into flame, near Ulmarra (Australia), 1 killed:

2013-04-23 - Car hits pole, reverses, slams into home, bursts into flame, in coastal Largs North (Australia):

2013-04-23 - Palm Beach Atlantic University science lab evacuated after guards have eye irritation, in coastal Palm Beach (Florida):

Note: Hydrogen sulfide will itself irritate eyes, but it's also reactive with numerous chemicals that might be found in science labs like this, and those reactions may also produce eye irritants. Florida is downwind of the dead zones in the Gulf of Mexico, which are surely pluming hydrogen sulfide now...

2013-04-23 - Two teens, 17 and 18, go canoeing at Nicola Lake (Canada), go missing:

Note: They'll probably eventually find their empty 'ghost boat' canoe and then the corpses...

2013-04-23 - Eight-story building collapses near Dhaka (Bangladesh), near the Buriganga River, 25 killed, 500 injured:


  1. After learning this info I now understand the H2S ELE process better. Is there any way that you could print this separately in the FAQ or even better include it at the beginning of each event?


    A new model for mass extinctions at the end of the Permian period 251 million years ago and the end Triassic 50 million years later explains how intense global warming could trigger deaths in the sea and on land.
    (1) Trouble begins with widespread volcanic activity
    that releases enormous volumes of carbon dioxide and methane.
    (2) The gases cause rapid global warming.
    (3) A warmer ocean absorbs less oxygen from the atmosphere.
    (4) Low oxygen (anoxia) destabilizes the chemocline, where oxygenated water meets water permeated with hydrogen sulfi de (H2S) generated by bottom-dwelling anaerobic bacteria.
    (5) As H2S concentrations build and oxygen falls, the chemocline rises abruptly to the ocean surface.
    (6) Green and purple photosynthesizing sulfur bacteria,
    which consume H2S and normally live at chemocline depth, now inhabit the H2S-rich surface waters while oxygen-breathing ocean life suffocates.
    (7) H2S also diffuses into the air, killing animals and plants on land (8) and rising to the troposphere to attack the planet’s ozone layer.
    (9) Without the ozone shield, the sun’s ultraviolet (UV) radiation
    kills remaining life.

    1. I have that document linked in both the full hypothesis (Hypothesis top menu selection) and in the Info Links section at the top too. But sure, I will add that portion to the FAQ too. That document is one of the things that my 'danger sense' locked onto a few years ago, and I asked myself, 'Could this be happening again, RIGHT NOW?' And the more I looked, the more it looked like it was happening. At this point I am sure of it. Everything you'd expect to see is present and nothing is missing that you would expect to see.

      Those scientists didn't have the latest science available to them when they wrote that, however, and they got a few things wrong. For instance, what kicks off the volcanic eruptions in the first place? I've explained that in the newly rewritten Jumping Jack Flash Hypothesis, and it starts with the Earth's ice melting.

      And obviously, when those scientists wrote that document, they never seriously considered that this could be happening NOW, so they left out ALL KINDS of important details that affect OUR lives, like the copper reactivity problem, the rusty iron/steel reactivity problem, the problem with biogenic sulfide corrosion eating away at steel and concrete, the neurological damage hydrogen sulfide causes in humans and animals, and most of all THE FIRES AND EXPLOSIONS. That's a lot of stuff to leave out!

      The UV is already escalating too, and they have that at Step 9. That's another thing they didn't mention - that we'll see multiple steps simultaneously, and Step 8 need not be complete before we see Step 9, and Step 7 need not be complete before we see some of Step 8, and so on.

      Overall though, that was one great and informative piece of science there, and I never would have figured out all that I have without that document to help my danger sense begin to lock on to the H2S danger.

      That document was originally published in Scientific American in 2006. I'll link that document right here again too (PDF), because it really is worth reading:

    2. I should have added that I got the H2S ELE info from your link. The 'New & Improved' JJF Hypothesis also helps explain things better.

    3. It's reassuring to know some people take the time to look at the links! I figured you got the link here - I don't really see anyone else talking about this, and I'll tell you, that alone just blows my mind. Maybe I don't use enough OMGs and WTFs, but then, I'm just not that kind of person, and I don't want to be alarmist anyway. But jeez, it's about time to wake up!

    4. They do talk about it at Arctic-News & some other sites but overall these types of sites are very limited with scholarly type talk (usually) which turns the average person off. For me, the increasing radical Earth changes that have been happening over the last few years have been impossible to ignore so I naturally started to do research because I wanted to find out what was cause. Fukushima was the catalyst that got me researching but as immensely serious as that is (it is a smaller scale ELE) it dwarfs in comparison to an ELE that could affect the entire planet. You would think that by now every intelligent & sane person would be doing research. A scary thought is that maybe every intelligent & sane person is already doing Earth Change research but because of decades of being 'dumbed down' that is only a small percentage of the population! Unfortunately 'Idiocracy' has been prevalent for quite some time.

      BTW, have you heard this quote yet?:

      "How does it feel to be the greatest guitarist in the world? I don’t know, go ask Rory Gallagher."

      Jimi Hendrix

    5. Not so impossible to ignore for some, due to 'Idiocracy Syndrome'. Heh, plenty of people are STILL ignoring what's going on!

      LMAO, yep, I'd heard that quote. Too bad we lost Jimi so young. He was a mountain of awesome.

    6. Also, yes, some websites are so focused on science that they completely exclude the human factor, digging down into the nitty gritty of what the absorption rates of methane are in water with a variance of 1 degree Celsius, with charts and graphs, blah blah blah. Nothing wrong with that, but you're totally right that it turns off the common man, because there's no way to relate that to your own life.

      Me, I'm not a scientist. That doesn't mean I don't like science or understand science nor does it mean I lack any education in science. But I'm more common-man-oriented, like, how does this affect PEOPLE, how does it threaten LIVES. I like humanity with a generous dollop of science, instead of pure science with a tiny sprinkling - if any at all - of humanity. So I try to show a lot of the human element in the stories that I find, because I know people can relate to that. That's more real to people than any scientific charts describing absorption rates or temperature variances and the like, because it is not difficult to picture yourself in many of these stories.

  2. I know you have already eard about the Alabama explosions...horrible! Interesting that "City Council Member William Carroll said about 30 seconds after the first explosion, his phone started ringing off the hook.He said he had been told the explosion was sparked by static charges. "

    BTW - here is an interesting link a friend just shared! have to relisten to evaluate the fire/explosion possibilities
    Keep up the good work!

  3. Another very tragic event that joins the long list of them. It may have been caused by gases but we'll never know. The overturned canoe was found along with their belongings.

    "2013-04-23 - Two teens, 17 and 18, go canoeing at Nicola Lake (Canada), go missing:"

    "Note: They'll probably eventually find their empty 'ghost boat' canoe and then the corpses.."

    "Search and rescue started looking for the pair Sunday night. At daylight Monday, an RCMP helicopter flew over and found the overturned canoe. Found in the water were two ball caps, several items of clothing and equipment belonging to the boys, who drove up to the family recreational trailer at Nicola Bay Resort for the weekend."