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About 85'000 antelope dead in just a few days...

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posted on Sep, 4 2015 @ 07:54 PM
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1 small microbe gets into a small herd and wipes out the entire population in the area.

It's a doomsday scenario the likes of which no other species has ever seen.

And one that I Think is most likely to wipe out mankind.

The thing that will wipe us out is either going to be very, very small (like a virus) or very, very big (like an asteroid).

Given that we don't even explore our deepest oceans to see what's down there (only something like 5% of the oceans have been mapped), and only actually keep an eye on about 1% of our sky, I'd say that either event is about as likely as the other.




posted on Sep, 5 2015 @ 11:44 AM
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a reply to: [post=19382107]Eagleyedobserver[/post
I just read about this today and my heart breaks for the innocent animals of earth. Dont you guys think it was a little odd that only one species was targetted? And only one species died within 4 days( I read 60,000) eating the same plants,drinking the same water as some other species in the area?Were there any other species that died during this time frame in that particular area? This is a definite cause for concern as I am concened about genetic targetting and the use of implants to kill selected test subjects.



 
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