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Fish Kill On Folly Beach Claims Thousands

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posted on Jan, 6 2011 @ 07:32 PM
I live about 3 miles from Folly Beach so I will go check it out tomorrow. A couple of points to mention. 1. We are on a fault line. 2. I noticed odd dark sand formations on the beach that made the sand clumpy and almost glued together back in October. 3. We had a clam die off this summer. 4. A bunch of people I know here have been feeling sick in the last week.. And not the normal kind of sick.. but almost like your body is shutting down or just not working properly.. Why don't we have people measuring the levels of Corteix all throughout the country? That is what I think it is.

posted on Jan, 6 2011 @ 07:44 PM
Cold weather????
what all of a sudden birds fish and crab cant handle thousands of years of the usual?
something is not right here.
I am more apt to believe the chemtrails or something else rather than the weather killed them

posted on Jan, 6 2011 @ 10:00 PM
reply to post by ProfATS

My heart goes out to you and your family and freinds.
Do keep us posted if you can. Also, the sand clumping you mention, is there any other thing
about it that is significant in appearance?

posted on Jan, 6 2011 @ 10:08 PM
I am sorry to hear about your friends.

Try here for an answer?
You do need to read the lot though, and it seems wild to start with, but stick with it, there are important bits on every page.

ATS Thread
Could very well answer this too.

The BP Incident has also going to add something to the thread.
Shame I had not noticed it before. Time will Tell.

posted on Jan, 6 2011 @ 10:12 PM
reply to post by HunkaHunka

reply to post by gwydionblack

Ok going out of my box in thinking...
Birds and fish both migrate.

We have been presented with ideas of Magnetic Polar Shift...

Birds fly by some sight based on magnetic directing....

Fish...well do they sense when water is warmer and that triggers migration?

So....what it the water is not warmer?

Maybe they dont migrate, and then are somehow disrupted by that normal cycle?

posted on Jan, 6 2011 @ 11:57 PM
The fish washed up just before dark, not exactly the coldest time of day.

housands of dead fish washed up on Folly Beach. City officials tell News 2 the first report of the fish came in just before dark on Wednesday.

Mark Williams with the Department of Health and Environmental Control assessed the fish. He says he found them in a line from about 3rd Ave. East to 5th Ave. West. Williams says the fish are Menhaden fish, a commons small bait fish.

Williams says this appears to be a temperature-related fish kill. Charleston County Park officials told Williams that the water temperature was about 48-51 degrees. Williams says the fish can die when the water gets too cold.

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