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Hundreds of thousands of dead menhaden littered the sand here this morning, stretching in either direction from the Folly Pier in a line along the tide wash as far as could be seen. Blackbirds and grackle were picking at them.
State wildlife biologists are responding the kill; early indications are that it’s cold-related, said Phil Maier with the S.C. Department of Natural Resources. The menhaden appear to have been healthy otherwise.
December 2010: thousands of dead crabs washed up along Kent coast
30 December: up to 100,000 dead drum fish over a 20-mile stretch of the Arkansas River, 200km northwest of Little Rock discovered
31 December 2010: 3,000 of red-winged blackbirds rained from sky in Arkansas town of Bebe.
3 January 2011: 500 dead and dying red-winged-blackbirds fell into Louisiana highway in Pointe Coupee Parish
40,000 dead ‘devil crabs’ washed up on Thanet beaches in Kent
Originally posted by ButterCookie
Magnetic Pole Shift
2012 stuff for REAL
Originally posted by burntheships
reply to post by butcherguy
Yes, its true about The Gulf Stream in that area.
I wonder how much of that is actually due to the BP disaster...
I hope this all stops soon. Its hard to pinpoint one cause, maybe there are several.
I mean, its not like we don't have a many to choose from...
The BP dispersant's, oil contamination, Fracking, Poisoning (biological warfare?)
Polar Shift, Currents disruption....to name a few....
The relative toxicity of Corexit and other dispersants are difficult to determine due to a scarcity of scientific data. The manufacturer's safety data sheet states "No toxicity studies have been conducted on this product," and later concludes "The potential human hazard is: Low
Originally posted by gwydionblack
reply to post by HunkaHunka
Based on the information at the above site, the menhaden fish are fine in any temperature above 50 degrees F. It is said that if the water gets anywhere close to below that, they will migrate to warmer waters.
Once again, this speaks to me as a migration issue and keeps on coming back to a magnetic anomaly in my mind.