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Albert Einstein made some pretty amazing discoveries and was known for his contributions to physics, but he also knew a thing or two about bees, or so he thought. Albert Einstein once said that ‘if the bee disappeared off the surface of the globe, then man would only have four years to live’. Read more: scienceray.com...
Originally posted by Fenix777
reply to post by heineken
That is so true, we need to come together and stand together, we are all one people, and the animal kingdom, it appears, depends on us right now, I think they're in trouble. I think it's our responsibility to do something. But to do something we need to find out exactly what's going on. I think we're only going to get to the bottom of that one, if we come together, work together and stand together. For them, for mother earth, and for us.
Originally posted by Fenix777
reply to post by RUSSO
I'm in South Africa, even here, news from our neighboring countries, are few and far in-between, news from within our borders is few and far in-between. real news, I'm not talking about politics, we get enough of that kind of news I know a couple of months ago, government wanted to pass a law to enable them to control the news, I don't know if they succeeded though. For some or other reason I tend to avoid my own news Ok, not some or other reason, it's because I get so stressed up that I stop sleeping. Last time that happened, it was when E.T. died, I found all the little sites that still post ALL the details. And eventually forced myself to delete them, because I was too stressed, it was seriously touch and go there.
I will go and find them again, and just avoid the violent stuff and focus on the nature stuff going wrong. I don't know if they'll have that kind of info, but I'll try and get something for you guys. Maybe Africa really is still in the clear when it comes to this stuff ... that leaves the question, why? What's different here than everywhere else?
Originally posted by getreadyalready
Any chance of combining that Google Map with Ocean Currents and Jet Streams? This sure looks like it could be related to the BP oil. The US has had a dip in the jetstream bringing a lot of cold air south and a lot of moisture to the NorthEast. Perhaps it is carrying moisture right up that Mississippi and Tennessee River valley were all the deaths are? Then you look around the world and a lot of those events are on coast lines.
A map of ocean currents with events plotted on it by date might be very interesting!
Ocean Currents Mapedit on 18-1-2011 by getreadyalready because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by punterdeb
reply to post by heffo7
it is understandable that the clarence river would be struggling at the moment with all the flood water. but it doesnt explain the thousands of dead fish in jervis bay. i have researched and i cannot find one link to all of this be it flood, bp, anything. there really doesnt appear to be one common thread to all these deaths.