posted on Jan, 6 2011 @ 02:41 AM
Just recently the UK has seen one of these kill offs, when around 40,000 devil crabs washed up dead on palm bay in Margate. Experts tell us cold
weather is to blame for this, but then why did the crabs not perish and wash up during the November/December cold snap when tempratures dropped below
-5? The time period they washed up on the beach dead coencides with warmer weather, not colder. The only way this could be explained is if the crabs
died during the cold snap, but did not wash up on the beach until now, but with the tidal fluctuation being a daily event, it is unlikely this is the
case. This crab kill happened last year too.
When these kills happen, it is obvious they are not taking out a few animals, but substantial amounts of them. Take the honeybee for instance, the
problem if disapparing bees is not a new one, it's been going on for some time. Every scientist has their theory, right from enviromental factors
like polution, to natural ones like mites & parasites, but not one has been able to help stop this problem. My explanation is this is yet another
problem caused by humans meddling in the very intricate, delicate life of the honeybee for our own personal gain and profit. Honeybees are bundled
into crates and driven thousands of miles across land to places where humans need them most. It stands to reason that this is the main factor in
something called Colony collapse disorder, which causes the workers to simply abandon the hive and vanish, which occurs naturaly among honeybee
colonies, but cannot be helped by man trying to manipulate the honeybee to suit his needs, not theirs.
This would not be the first time our meddling with mother nature has backfired, there are plenty of past examples, such as BSE being caused by the
cattle we consume being fed a manipulated, unnatural and canibalistic diet of ground up bone and animal proteins, including those of cattle
themselves. Cattle are vegetarian, they simply do not consume other living creatures, so what did we expect by making them do so? Bigger, stronger,
safer meat animals?
Fish are another creature, precious to the survival of the planet, that are hit hard by humans. Fish are killed in scores and scores every single day,
to provide big western nations with their flesh to eat. We do not need to consume fish, yet we do so on a scale that is causing fish populations in
the oceans to plummet and an alarming rate. Some specise are dwindling on the point of extinction due to overfishing. This is without mentioning the
other marine life that is killed in process of catching fish, such as turtles, dolphins, whales and other non edible animals, whos bodies are simply
disgarded without a care in the world.
We kill fish in other ways too, by pumping our poisonous waste into the ocean and by littering beaches & rivers with rubbish.
Birds suffer a lot in our hands, and I am not just talking about those that fly around in the sky. The poultry which makes up about 40% of an avarage
meat eater's diet is now produced in ways that show little to no respect for life.
What I'm getting at here is there could be NO explanation for what is happening, it could be a stark warning from the planet that nature is in
control, and it is only a matter of time before it is forced to take these measures on humans to avoid total destruction of the Earth. Could mother
nature be telling is the worst is yet to come if we do not cease in our destructive, greedy behavour?
These things are only what the powers that be cannot hide, what about those they can, such as HARRP? if a program exists that is trying to manipulate
the weather, there is no telling how destructive such a thing could be.
Whenever humans try to control nature, the outcome is never a good one.