posted on Jan, 5 2011 @ 03:02 PM
Originally posted by Pharyax
Hmm.. seems most are close to the equator.. I wonder if the record cold is causing the fish die offs in the US.. don't know the climate in Asia-- are
they having record cold?
I don't think those are close to the equator. Only one spot is close, in Philippines. Currently, temps in Philippines are hotter than normal(hotter
than a decade ago, last year we got a record high in January!!)
Brazil has also been recently reported to have its Amazon rain forest decline partly due to rising temps. It seems to be a different pattern around
the equator than in the higher/lower latitudes that it simply gets hotter, same in polar temps.
Only the non-polar temperate latitudes are getting colder winters due to predicted stronger polar storms which drives the very cold polar air down to
Also based on the map, I don't think the die off pattern is consistent enough with the fault and ley lines. It is more consistent on the fact they
died near coastlines - which is of enough concern.
Deaths could be related to Earth's geomagnetism
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