Originally posted by JonnyMnemonic
Ya never know. Dead zones have been growing for years though. And as scientists have already pointed out, flammable methane is spewing into the
atmosphere 24 hours per day now. And explosions out of nowhere are rocking peoples' homes. And utility poles are bursting into flame. And people are
bursting into flame. And vehicles are bursting into flame while unattended in parking lots and garages and auto shops and in car parks and, well,
Dead zones have been growing for decades. The methane can't and won't ignite. At least, not on a global scale. It's simply preposterous. Explosions
can happen for a wide variety of reasons. Gas leaks, meth labs, etc..Spontaneous combustion, though rare, is well known. Cars bursting into
flames...seriously? This one needs an explanation?
But if you have another explanation, let's see how it answers these questions:
* Why did 500+ people sicken during the Las Vegas Marathon?
Marathoners are already pushing the limits of the human body to the max. If a variable changes slightly, they can "bonk" or worse. We don't know what
that variable was. how may were running? At what point in the race did they become ill? It's common for a percentage of racers to become ill and not
finish. What symptoms did they have?
* Why did 22 Houston students at an outdoor stadium suddenly drop unconscious, with a 'strange smell' mentioned?
Maybe a chemical lab released something and didn't want to tell. Maybe all the fracking around their released some gas. Maybe because it can be hot as
hell in Houston, and really humid as well. Who knows?
* Why did 13,000 endangered Saiga antelope drop dead in Kazakhstan?
I don't know, but these kinds of events are common. They're spooky, but not unheard of throughout history.
* Why are vehicles bursting into flame without any driver in them, while not running?
You realize how many vehicles there are in the world? A few bizarre cases of cars going up in flames is not outside of the realm of a "chance"
occurrence. We simply don't know.
* Why are people seeing flashes of light in the sky and having their homes shaken by unexplained explosions?
It's called, lightning, and thunder.
* Why are fire chiefs seeing immense increases in vacant houses going up in flames in cities everywhere?
That's interesting. Why would it be limited to "vacant" houses by your theory? Makes no damned sense. I would think a few reasons could cause this. It
certainly is a cheap demolition. Maybe pissed off people who got run out of their houses by the banks thought it best to not let the parasites profit
from their unjust loss.
* Why have birds dropped dead out of the sky in locations all over?
Check out the many threads here on ATS. There's many theories. Also, it would be a logical fallacy to think they must all happen from one cause.
* Why did children in Louisiana get 'flash-burned' while going on an indoor field trip to another school?
Ozone, mang. We partially depleted it in the 70's and 80's, and it returned a bit. Now that China and India is industrializing (without our standards
of regulation), we'll see holes in the ozone layer, which are already documented over the last several years.
* Why are rich folks building bunkers in the Himalayas?
They're getting a jump start! Or are "paranoid". You realize how many "schizophrenics" are out there
Or how many rich people? They aren't immune
to flipping out and/or being uber cautious.
* Why did Russia start cranking out underground bunkers sufficient to house 20 million Moscow residents?
I'm guessing this has more to do with the potential repercussions of the economy. They started this in 2009, if I'm recalling correctly. They were
likely worried about a WW3 situation unfolding. It's still in the cards.
* Why did a normal church-going guy turn into a cannibal after walking over a causeway in coastal Florida?
Definitely not a hydrogen sulfate plume that magically just hit him and made him go bonkers. There are over 7 billion people on this earth at the
moment. More than any time in history. We do have cases of people going primal for thousands of years. It could have been anything. Maybe he drank the
fracking water. . .
* Why did students playing basketball outside in New York suddenly get stricken with Tourette's-like symptoms?
Turrett's is interesting. It's thought to be caused (and cured) by mineral imbalances. Maybe their local water supply had a bad batch for the week.
Under stressed conditions, this manifest. IDK.
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