On Methane and Meteors

Nuker Pro talks about the big Chicago fire of 1871 . . .

“Others have looked to science, saying the coincidence of two such great fires happening in one evening is too much to believe. Some think Biela’s Comet, which was passing over the Northern Hemisphere at the time, could have dropped balls of methane, which ignited the flames. This theory has been disputed by many, who claim the meteorites which fall to earth are not warm enough to set fires.”


Reminder – That Australian who had a comment about about sharks and deep sea methane changing the life forms nearby was at this post.

We keep up with all methane geophysical news since Bayou Corne’s methane may come from under the sea in the Gulf.


14 thoughts on “On Methane and Meteors

  1. I have read the information about the connection between the “Great Fires of 1871” and Comet Biela; especially the comments made by the survivors of the horrendous firers, To have instantaneous fires begin at the same time hundreds of miles apart has to show a connection. The fires came out of the night sky without warning.

    • Exodus 9:24

      “So there was hail, and fire mingled with the hail, very grievous, such as there was none like it in all the land of Egypt since it became a nation.”

      Sounds to me like there was Methane or other flammable gas that got encased within those hail-stones.

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