Piezoelectric Fires in Vallejo, California

Cell Phone Catches Fire, Burns Man Over Half His Body

Associated Press
January 16, 2007

Vallejo, California - A cell phone apparently ignited in a man's pocket and started a fire that burned his hotel room and caused severe burns over half his body, fire department officials said.

Luis Picaso, 59, of Vallejo was in stable condition Monday at UC Davis Medical Center with second and third-degree burns to his upper body, back, right arm and right leg, Vallejo Fire Department assistant chief Kurt Henke said.

Firefighters arrived at the residential hotel late Saturday night to find Picaso lying on the bathroom floor after the cell phone in Picaso's pants pocket set fire to his nylon and polyester clothes, department spokesman Bill Tweedy said.

"It was either a malfunction or some type of glitch in his phone," Tweedy said, adding that investigators found no other possible ignition source, such as matches or open flame, nearby.

The flames spread to a plastic chair, setting off a sprinkler that held the fire in check until firefighters arrived, he said.

Authorities declined to name the manufacturer and model of the phone.

The fire and water caused $75,000 damage to the room and a business on the ground floor, Tweedy said.


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This seemingly spontaneous anomaly is a result of Vallejo's calcite and quartz bedrock transducing infrasound standing waves into electricity, thus creating the ignition source eluding authorities. An identical spate of piezoelectric fires struck shavers, cars and homes in the village of San Gottardo in the Berici Hills, Italy.

Vallejo, California (38.10°N 122.27°W) is 7,467 miles from the Orion pyramids of Giza, Egypt, a distance that is exactly 30.00% of the Earth's mean circumference (of 24,892 miles). Another series of such infrasound anomalies occurred along this precise radial distance of 30.00% in Atwater, California.

Also along the 30.00% resonant distance from the pyramids, the 2003 and 2004 crop circles of Solano, California formed only a few dozen miles away - perfect geometric patterns revealing focal points of planetary resonance.