posted on Jan, 8 2011 @ 10:22 AM
reply to post by gift0fpr0phecy
You study physics? I doubt it. I have you a chart of the day the dish died. I love how many people on this site study physics. One of my best friends
graduated with a full scholarship from the university of chicargo. Josh Elliott. He studied subatomic physics undergrad fully paid at McGill. Now he
designs weather modeling software in Brooklyn. We have been chatting the last few days over this very event. His take is there is no way anybody knows
what is happening yet. Mistaking initial reports for fact is not something a scientist would do. Calling drastic weather changes normal is premature
and notes Chesapeake bay is still one of the most polluted in the us.
Why were croaker the only dish to die. There are a verity of species and even more sensitive fish in the bay.
I unlike you also have no problem being wrong. You can't learn less unless you are bull headed.
My backround is in cultural anthropology with a minor in physical. I finished school after my 6 years in the military in 2005. While in school I
learned how nearly every indigenous culture in the world knows the environment is changing. Some cultures are drastically reducing offspring and some
not having children at all because of it.
I have never said it wasn't possible and as a scientist am pretty careful when using words like regular or natural or common.
The choice of words you use are not of a scientist so i call your bluff. Reading physics books is not "studying" physics. You have the ideology of
an engineer which is fine.
Take note that the scientist say "most likely" or "probably".
The is because the research will take months to do.
Even in social science we don't draw conclusions until thorough examination is done.
So yeah I have no physics experience save a 101 class before I entered the service. But I do know it's not normal. I can guarantee there will and are
already conflicting scientific beliefs on the dieoffs and later when I have more time I will site actual reputable science journals.
My point is that it is not normal or regular which as a scientist needs to be defined.
For instance you sight this happened in 1976 (after a major oilspill) and 1980. Three times over 30 years is a rare occurrence by definition. Also the
study on pollution and the effect of currents and water density is being done.
While dish dying from exposure is to be expected the reason for The occurrence is another all together.