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Jellyfish Crop circle right when Jellyfish are taking over the oceans... Weird..

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posted on Jun, 10 2009 @ 12:53 PM
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If anyone here ever browses the fragile earth forum then I am sure you have taken notice of events that are occurring in our oceans. Because of overfishing and other causes jellyfish are taking over.


Giant jellyfish are taking over parts of the world's oceans due to overfishing and other human activities, researchers say.

Nomura jellyfish are the biggest in the world and can grow as big as a sumo wrestler. They weigh up to 200 kilograms and can reach 2 metres in diameter. Dr Anthony Richardson and his colleagues from CSIRO Marine and Atmospheric Research says jellyfish numbers are increasing, particularly in South East Asia, the Black Sea, the Gulf of Mexico and the North Sea.


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Now before these events started really taking hold we noticed a formation in one of our fields.



I find it quite the coincidence that we see this crop circle and all of a sudden the entire ocean is threatened with a massive jellyfish takeover. Now the oceans need fish to kill off the jellyfish. After these events started getting noticed we get this guy.



Was the jellyfish crop circle perhaps a warning as to what was about to happen to the most fragile ecosystem on the planet? If jellyfish take over the ocean, what will happen then. What was the dragonfly all about?
I think we should start keeping our eyes open as to the dragonfly population, there might be something there also. If we loose the dragonfly then all sorts of pests will loose a major predator. Could it be a warning as well? Discuss....




posted on Jun, 10 2009 @ 01:04 PM
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i was just reading about the jellyfish phenomenon on science daily and the same thing occured to me. I would say coincidence, but its worth keeping an eye on



posted on Jun, 10 2009 @ 01:19 PM
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Interesting! Gain for the Jellyfish, Loss for the Dragonfly.

Dragonflies need ponds to breed. Loss of ponds/loss of breeding will mean an explosion in the insect population as dragonflies are the sparrows of the insect world.



posted on Jun, 10 2009 @ 01:55 PM
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Hmmm...interesting. A preliminary search on a potential problem being foreseen involving dragonflies didn't really pull up anything.

I've been of the mind that whether or not these are man made or alien in origin, someone is trying to tell us something and I just really get the feeling that we need to figure out exactly what it is.

We seem to have a lot of threads regarding these same crops. I was wondering if it might be prudent to keep them all in the same place? Or not, whatever...


Mods--is this even necessary?



posted on Jun, 10 2009 @ 02:23 PM
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Originally posted by nunya13
Hmmm...interesting. A preliminary search on a potential problem being foreseen involving dragonflies didn't really pull up anything.

I've been of the mind that whether or not these are man made or alien in origin, someone is trying to tell us something and I just really get the feeling that we need to figure out exactly what it is.

We seem to have a lot of threads regarding these same crops. I was wondering if it might be prudent to keep them all in the same place? Or not, whatever...


Mods--is this even necessary?


Well I'm sure this is something both skeptics can agree on, either way something bad is going on that needs serious attention, including climate shifts, weather anomalies .

Which includes unheard of weather patterns in the rocky mountain regions that have never occurred before. I'm sure we will find out more this hurricane season. Does anyone here know how often they get tornadoes in Denver Colorado? NEVER! They are very rare in fact.


As reported by 7NEWS/TheDenverChannel.com out of Denver, as many as 5 tornadoes touched down in Colorado on Sunday afternoon, June 7, two in metro Denver. A slideshow of viewer-submitted photos can be found here. The area around Aurora seemed to take the biggest hit with damage reported at the Southlands Mall. The NWS storm damage report can be found here. Also, check out this Examiner.com article with raw home video of the storm. Preliminary estimates are that the Aurora storm produced EF-1 damage with wind of 86-110 mph.


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And now destructive animals taking over the ocean, a massive unrest of world governments and economy, and certain insect populations are disappearing for seemingly no reason. (The honey bee is disappearing all over the world) Our natural and artificial worlds are being turned upside down all at once. If there was any time we needed to be warned, it is now.

That heeds the question that both sides could certainly ask. Are these crop circles worth further extensive investigation as to whether or not they are man made? I say yes. It is a possibility that might connect with the way the earth is acting right now.

The fish crop circle. You know something occurred to me too. (this is just a random connection that probably means nothing)

ATS Topic : Tadpoles Rain Down on Japan

Anyway I think this deserves some investigation.



posted on Jun, 10 2009 @ 02:52 PM
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I was reading about the jellyfish online line and thought of this crop circle and then I thought about the fish. Very odd. I do wonder what the dragonfly means though. Nice post.



posted on Jun, 10 2009 @ 02:55 PM
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I did find this re: the Dragonfly


Global warming threat to native dragonfly species By Michael McCarthy, Environment Editor Tuesday, 22 April 2008

* The small red-eyed damselfly had not been seen in the UK until a decade ago, but is now found from Devon to Norfolk

* Photos enlarge Britain's dragonflies, which date back to the dinosaurs but are increasingly threatened by habitat destruction, pollution and climate change, are to be the subject of a major national survey. The five-year project, to be launched on Thursday, will result in a new atlas of the 39 species of dragonfly and damselfly that breed in Britain – which are soon likely to be joined by several others. As it warms up, the climate is bringing new species into the UK from continental Europe, and allowing species already here to move further north. Already, one new European species has established itself here since the publication of the last British dragonfly atlas in 1996 – the small red-eyed damselfly. A decade ago it had never been seen in the UK; now it has breeding colonies from Devon to Norfolk, and continues to spread. Other new continental species likely to start breeding here soon include the red-veined darter, the yellow-winged darter and the lesser emperor. However, the changing climate may also be a threat to native species, and the British Dragonfly Society (BDS) calculates that 14 of the current 39 may be at risk, including specialists such as the northern damselfly of the Scottish Highlands, and the Norfolk hawker of the Norfolk Broads. Its survey project, entitled Dragonflies In Focus, will seek to recruit more people to monitor dragonflies in their wetland habitats, and will offer training to anyone interested. The new atlas, due for publication in 2013, will act as a baseline against which future changes can be mapped, and be used to monitor endangered species and make conservation decisions. "They have survived the extinction of the dinosaurs and several ice ages, but can dragonflies survive the increasing pressures imposed by mankind?" said Katharine Parkes, a BDS conservation officer. "Understanding where and how quickly our dragonflies are moving will help us plan for the future. They are temperature-sensitive, making them useful for climate change impact studies." Dragonflies are useful indicators of both aquatic and terrestrial habitats owing to their life cycle, which involves at least a year as a larva under water, then feeding, roosting and mating above ground as adults for up to two months



www.independent.co.uk...



posted on Jun, 10 2009 @ 03:02 PM
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Yes, it seems something will happen...

See what I posted in this thread: abovetopsecret.com: Jellyfish Crop Circle

Anyone notice how many threads, no matter what the topic, seem to point to things happening at the end of June/first half of July?

Eerie...



posted on Jun, 10 2009 @ 03:06 PM
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Originally posted by nunya13
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Yes, it seems something will happen...

See what I posted in this thread: abovetopsecret.com: Jellyfish Crop Circle

Anyone notice how many threads, no matter what the topic, seem to point to things happening at the end of June/first half of July?

Eerie...


Yeah a lot of people (including me) noticed the resemblance between it and the earth's magnetic field. That was before all this jellyfish in our ocean business though. I think it points to the latter more so, because if jellyfish take over the ocean, they will eat everything. I mean everything! That seems pretty serious to me. It could end up being catastrophic!

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posted on Jun, 10 2009 @ 05:44 PM
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What I have found, though, is many things always seem to be multicontextual. It seems that we can find several different meaning in one message and many if not all make perfect sense. I believe this is just the way things present themselves in our reality when, in fact, there are several different versions of our reality and different ways life perceives it.

In other words, depending on who is looking at the information, they will see one message. Just because someone is seeing it a different way, doesn't mean that either person is wrong.

Hmmm...I think I just had an epiphany. Might have to start a thread on this!



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