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Updated timeline of mysterious animal deaths.12.13.10 until now.

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posted on Jan, 18 2011 @ 03:30 PM
I just thought about a thing Einstein said about bee's dying.

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:

The link

A link of the bee deaths dating 2008 Dont know exactly when it started, thats why i searched for 2008 aritcle(you know the 2012thing:lol

There was also some news(not sure anymore), that stated that the U.S were importing Bee's(bee death related)
edit on 18-1-2011 by TribeOfManyColours because: (no reason given)

posted on Jan, 18 2011 @ 03:35 PM
am i the only one that seems to find this particular one weird... i mean it could have happened in any other city.

i for one do believe that the BP oil spill has alot to do with this especially when you look at where the deaths HAVEN"T happened. generally speaking most deaths can be explained by adverse effects that the oil spill would do to the ecosystem. (of course apart from the ones that couldn't be affected i.e. australia, but those die offs apart from the others could be rationally explained)

i find it funny that the conspiracy theory show with jesse ventura said that it would change the atmosphere and cause damage.

posted on Jan, 18 2011 @ 03:37 PM

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.

wow my spirit has just gone nuts with your post...excellent dude

posted on Jan, 18 2011 @ 04:05 PM
Seems cold was the cause, but....

Cold weather kills 10,000 heads of cattle


posted on Jan, 18 2011 @ 04:23 PM
I'm keeping a Plague/Pestilence Thread, which is updated daily if anyone is interested. Feel free to stop by.

posted on Jan, 18 2011 @ 04:37 PM

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?

Dont have chemtrails? I really dont know.

posted on Jan, 18 2011 @ 04:43 PM
reply to post by heineken

... dudette
I don't have "tools"

I just wish more people got it. It seems most people have separation issues, only they welcome it, in stead of fear it. They should fear it, for one thing that history has taught us, if we are divided, like you said, we always fall, and fail.

Ok, before I start rambling, which I'm prone to do, I'm off to search for some info.

posted on Jan, 18 2011 @ 04:48 PM
reply to post by RUSSO

If I understand the concept of chemtrails right, then no. Do they look different than just normal clouds that sometimes making a line, I assume from winds up there? If they do, then no, never seen any. The only time I've ever seen a plane make lines, is when they use I think a Cessna's, that purposefully spell words in the sky with colorful smoke, usually at air shows or important events.

I could have missed it I guess, as I don't look up into the sky every time I hear a plane, but I've never even heard talk of it around here. Online was the first place I ever heard of it, and had to try and figure out what they were talking about without looking completely stupid and ask.
edit on 18-1-2011 by Fenix777 because: ETA

posted on Jan, 18 2011 @ 05:34 PM
reply to post by Fenix777

Well, maybe, just maybe, chemtrails are a hit.... But I cant say for sure.

posted on Jan, 18 2011 @ 05:56 PM
reply to post by RUSSO

Well we do know this for sure, if it really is the magnetic shift, then it would be affecting Africa too, and so far, I've come up empty-handed in my search. What I have found, is a lot of sharks and whales beaching themselves. I mean sure, they beach themselves every once in a while, but not like this, I'm talking average 3 cases a week. I saw one, ok, not Africa, but New Zealand, where they at one occasion had 80 beached whales. Now I don't know, as far as I know, a whale knows, it goes too close to the beach, it's gonna die, yet 80 of them went and beached themselves at once? ... odd, and here we lately have an average of about 3 cases a week... odd. I saw a timeline on this one too. And again it's the same, the last year has seen a heavy increase in this sort of thing.

I'm looking for a decent search engine now, because I don't know, I find it strange when my search provider doesn't recognize the word Zimbabwe.

posted on Jan, 18 2011 @ 06:27 PM
reply to post by RUSSO

Here's another list:

coalition of dead birds and fish

And it looks like I was wrong, it seems google is filtering news from SA??? Now that I've changed search engines, I'm finding tons of stuff.

posted on Jan, 18 2011 @ 07:41 PM
reply to post by RUSSO

Ok, it's 4:20 I have GOT to go to bed now, I haven't gone through everything, so far I was able to find this. Sorry, I'm not going to put it in pretty already link format, too tired. Here's what I found so far for Africa They were rotting already? Doesn’t that mean that the fish were already dead when caught? Ok, this one is not SA but thought you’d be interested, we’ve got dead turtles and alligators too now. Ok don’t worry about the prophesy (that’s just an opinion), I’m adding it cause there’s an actual vid of the dead animals. Kenia (pics) I didn’t see a date, so I don’t know when this was

posted on Jan, 18 2011 @ 08:40 PM
I have a theory that nobody has considered yet...

I just posted a thread on this HERE.

I believe Corexit or it's components has made it into the fish that are used in fish fertilizers, common all over the world and used for every kind of agriculture from the back yard gardener to the corporate growers. It could explain everything from insects to seals and in between and god forbid, if I'm right, next is humans.

Check out the thread, more people should be made aware.

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posted on Jan, 18 2011 @ 08:51 PM
reply to post by RUSSO

Thanks for the info RUSSO.
Here is another good reference link with updates and a map too:


posted on Jan, 18 2011 @ 08:53 PM
reply to post by heineken

I for one am not is very sad whatever the cause..a sign..God's doing or our own pollution/scientific experiments causing it or even earth changes/niburu approach..who knows for sure..if they do know i hope they let us know here on ATS. It would seem that fish could die from extreme cold quite readily but puzzling is
the apparant cause of bird deaths as carbon monoxide poisioning and that the birds in italy had blue
coloring inside their beaks..does this mean a lack of oxygen??? anybody done any scientific tests of
the air lately to see what might be happening??? i don't have a clue really.

posted on Jan, 18 2011 @ 09:39 PM
reply to post by njl51

Fish, eels and crabs dieing in Australia.

A report from my local newspaper today, thing is... we've just had massive flooding so why would the oxygen levels be low? Doesn't make sense to me, anyhow could be part of the puzzle:

Flood fish kill worst Fatty's seen
Rodney Stevens | 19th January 2011
In more than 50 years of fishing the Clarence River, Alan ‘Fatty’ Ford hasn’t seen as many dead or dying marine life in the river so soon after a flood.

The Maclean-based trawler operator said fish, eels and crabs were struggling to survive in the polluted floodwater.

“This sort of thing happens regularly with the floods, but it seems to be getting worse each flood,” he said.

“There is obviously a lack of oxygen, and pollution in the water.

“We know fish can’t live out of water, and they are swimming around with their heads out of the water trying to breathe.”

Mr Ford said the struggling marine life had become easy pickings for birds.

He said some species of fish capable of surviving in extremely muddy conditions were also struggling.

“There are big mud gudgeons four to five inches long swimming along with their heads out of the water trying to breathe,” he said.

“When you see mud gudgeons doing this type of thing the water has got to be bad.”

On the back of the worst season on record, Mr Ford said the flood had destroyed the chances of any river trawlers landing catches of prawns for at least a few weeks.

Clarence Valley Council environmental services director Rodney Wright said tests were done at the Maclean wharf yesterday indicating very low oxygen levels in the water.

“The oxygen level at Maclean is 1.5 and it is normally around nine,” he said.

“Once you get an oxygen level that low things will struggle to survive.”

Sources close to the issue who did not wish to be quoted said rotting vegetation, sediment runoff, animal waste and human excrement washed into the river all contribute to decreased oxygen levels in the water.

Warm summer water temperatures combined with the organic matter in the river starve the water of oxygen, with colder water better for oxygen retention.

Fisheries officers were out on the Clarence yesterday looking into the fish kills, with more officers from Ballina and Wollongbar arriving today to do further testing.


posted on Jan, 18 2011 @ 09:56 PM
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.

posted on Jan, 18 2011 @ 10:11 PM

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 Map
edit on 18-1-2011 by getreadyalready because: (no reason given)

YES. This is exactly what I have been looking for. Everyone take a second look at this link. There has to be connection to most of these incidents. I think the smaller ones under 200 deaths might be natural, might not be . It depends on the natural size of the herd/school/flock. If say 200 birds died in one day out of 200,000, then it could be natural. But if 200 birds die out of a flock of 201, there might be something wrong with their food, air, water, etc. It seems the Atlantic, The Gulf, as well as the Mediterranean are the parts of the world most affected. But the problem is that it does not end there. Another story about 10,000 cattle in CHina just hit the web not too long ago...

The thing is that the people reporting all of these natural anomalies keep saying this is no anomaly. How can people continue to address these events as results of unusual cold temperatures? The worst case of idiocy was the crab incident in the UK, when crabs that normally live up near Scandinavia obviously had migrated south to avoid the waters of the north that must have cooled down plenty due to the winter, but instead died in the UK due to the cold temps? I doubt there was a nuclear blast of cold water that killed them all instantly. Maybe they had died in Scandinavia and the currents brought their carcasses to the UK, but they looked pretty fresh to me. Wasn't it that recently a decent enough size of seal had just died? Had they eaten the dead fish? had the birds eaten the dead fish? Had insects eaten the dead fish, to only be eaten by a bird? How can they blame unusual weather as the cause of all these deaths, and then tell us not to eat what has died? Why? is there something wrong with these fish? Didn't they just get a little too cold? Why aren't there any tests being done on all of these animals?

Idk how long we will continue to be mislead. As of now, this is just alternative news. Once the prices start rising on account of a failing nature and uncommonly depleted oceans and farms where fish and livestock are just dying randomly around the world and crop harvests are slowly declining because of the freak weather patterns, then people will start to care, then we will know what is really happening. Of course it won't be until our wallets are affected though. Poor bees. When will they get their fields of flowers back...

posted on Jan, 18 2011 @ 10:13 PM

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.

I'm not sure Deb but this is an extract that I received via email from a friend that gave me the "heads up" on the Jervis Bay kill:

Here in Australia, in a sleepy area known as Jervis Bay, hundreds of
fish are turning up on shore, some still alive, some small, some quite large,
the type people go fishing for, people down on the beaches are all saying it was
like the fish are trying to get to land to escape something or trying to breath.

I believe that the pattern between these two kills is oxygen depletion, (bolding is mine) but I can't explain the cause. One is a river the other the sea.
edit on 18-1-2011 by heffo7 because: to give clarity

posted on Jan, 18 2011 @ 10:40 PM
WOW..i didnt know the governments are telling people don't eat the dying animals..thats strange an a huge waist! if fish are dying of lack of oxygen or cold then should be edible provided theyre semi fresh..seems like oygen is reasonable ive seen hydrilla plant do somethin simular to clear lake in California, but the ocean???Evolution will figure it out or else we'd better be prepared........

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