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PART ONE: WHAT IS HAPPENING?
The waters of the Earth are now pluming suffocating methane and deadly hydrogen sulfide, both highly flammable gases.
Ancient anaerobic bacteria and archaea that pre-date oxygen-using life are reassuming dominance on the Earth. As part of their life cycle these
bacteria and archaea emit hydrogen sulfide. As a consequence, the oceans, lakes and seas have begun to plume increasing amounts of hydrogen sulfide
into the atmosphere. This is an ancient extinction event. Hydrogen sulfide is the likely culprit in many if not all previous planetary extinction
Hydrogen sulfide is a deadly broad-spectrum poison. It is lethal to humans with one or two breaths in concentrations of 1 part per thousand. In other
words, if the air you breathe is 99.9% clean and 0.1% hydrogen sulfide then you're going to be dead after one or two breaths. It is also a
water-soluble gas and will contaminate water. It is a heavier-than-air gas so it will tend to seek out low-lying areas such as rivers, lakes, seas,
oceans, valleys, ravines, ditches, quays, bays, gorges, canyons, basements, underground facilities, etc. It is also highly flammable and is reactive
with numerous substances, including (but not limited to) copper, rusty iron/steel, nitric acid, and sodium hydroxide.
At very low concentrations hydrogen sulfide is said to smell like 'rotten eggs'. However, you should not count on being able to smell it at any
concentration beyond the trivial as it paralyzes the olfactory sense and if you can smell it at all then the smell will fade rapidly. That does not
mean the danger is gone! At medium-high concentrations some people say that it can smell 'flowery' or 'sickeningly sweet'. I have smelled that
odor myself, when a septic worker had a sewer lid open and was pumping excrement into the sewer from porta-potties. (I got as far away from there as I
could before I took another breath.)
Though it is a heavier-than-air gas, hydrogen sulfide is nevertheless being blown up into the upper atmosphere sometimes, where it is reacting away
both the ozone layer and hydroxyl radicals. The loss of the ozone layer will probably eventually result in lethal levels of UV radiation baking the
surface of the planet. The rising UV levels are already damaging DNA and RNA and causing increases in the frequency of genetic defects such as
albinism and polycephaly (two-headedness) and genetic chimeras.
The loss of hydroxyl radicals means that atmospheric methane will last considerably longer in the atmosphere than it normally would, since hydroxyl
radicals would normally mitigate the methane. Which brings me to...
Methane clathrate deposits in the oceans around the world are now dissociating (melting), flooding the atmosphere with increasing amounts of methane,
which is a highly flammable odorless gas. Natural gas is primarily comprised of methane. The methane releases alone would probably be enough to
eradicate human civilization from the surface of the Earth. This is called the Clathrate Gun Hypothesis.
We are getting both hydrogen sulfide releases and methane releases. This is likely the same scenario that killed off most life on Earth during the
Permian-Triassic Extinction Event, also called 'The Great Dying'.
PART TWO: WHY IS THIS HAPPENING?
The simple answer is: heat. The ancient anaerobic bacteria and archaea that produce hydrogen sulfide as part of their life cycle like warm
environments that are rich in biomatter and devoid of oxygen. The warmer the waters of the Earth become, the less oxygen they can hold. For years we
have been told about 'dead zones' spreading throughout the oceans. That's what 'dead zones' are: hypoxic (low-oxygen) or anoxic (no-oxygen)
In recent years we have seen many large-scale oceanic die-offs with millions of fish bubbling up dead. Often these events are blamed on 'low TDO
levels'. TDO stands for 'total dissolved oxygen'. In other words, we've been told that life in the oceans is dying because of low oxygen levels.
Well, that's precisely the environment that the ancient anaerobic bacteria and archaea that emit hydrogen sulfide love. The corpses of the fish are
themselves biomatter and those bacteria and archaea will eat those corpses, essentially turning dead fish into poison gas, which then kills more fish,
and so on - a chain reaction.
Where is the heat coming from? There are two obvious possibilities: from above or from below. It's actually both. First, the ice started melting
around the planet. Whether that was because of human pollution or cycles of the Sun or galactic alignment or whatever else is irrelevant, at least to
me. I would be hesitant to blame humans too much though, since this has all happened before when no human beings existed at all.
In any case, as the ice has melted, vast quantities of mass - quadrillions of tons - have self-relocated from land to the oceans. Water is an
interesting substance in terms of mobility. In solid form it is more or less immobile, but turn it into liquid and it moves by itself, heading
downhill. As that mass has made its way to the oceans - where the Earth's crust is thinnest - we have witnessed a rising number of quakes and
volcanic eruptions. An older theory of mine, the Theory of Mass-Induced Seismic Amplification, or MISA Theory, explains this in a bit more detail. To
summarize, MISA Theory - which was retrospectively corroborated in late 2012 by one of the best university geology departments on the planet - says
that as land-based ice melts and that mass moves to the oceans, faults and volcanoes in or near the oceans that are close to tipping points will be
pushed over the edge and this will result in more earthquakes and volcanic eruptions, especially in the oceans and near coastlines.
(Interesting aside: notice when MISA Theory was published, on Chistmas Day in 2010, and note that I mentioned Japan prominently in the third
paragraph. What happened just 2.5 months after I published MISA Theory? Japan was hit by one of the biggest quakes in recorded history. And where did
that quake occur? Right off the coast.)
If you've been paying attention to large quakes and volcanic eruptions over the last few years, you can see that MISA Theory is proving itself before
our very eyes - there have been many many large oceanic quakes and volcanic eruptions near coasts or underwater in the last few years. We hear less
about the subsurface volcanic eruptions, because either we don't have enough 'eyes' around the world watching the volcanoes 20,000 feet underwater,
or because those that know what's going on simply aren't telling us.
It is probably these oceanic volcanic eruptions that are adding large amounts of heat to the oceans as magma moves closer to the surface, but these
volcanic eruptions were themselves caused by the relocation of enormous amounts of mass from the thick continental plates to the thin oceanic plates
as the Earth's ice has melted away, and that melting was probably caused by heat entering 'the system' from above. This increase in oceanic heat is
what is both dissociating the methane clathrate deposits and expanding the viable habitat for the ancient anaerobic bacteria and archaea that produce
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