posted on Feb, 26 2011 @ 07:51 PM
reply to post by copernicus2012
The list itself without any proper context pretty much is about baseless 2012 fearmongering here.
There's perfectly rational explanations. Mainly that mass animal deaths are a very common happening on Earth. The reporting has increased lately,
making it seem like there is an increase. But the fact is, there will be much more detailed reporting on issues such as this given the widespread use
of the internet in almost every country on the planet. Simply put, 10-15 years ago, if there were mass animal die-offs in other countries, it would
never even make the news because of the difficulty getting information over long distances and especially in backwater countries with little or poor
infastrcture. With the advent of the robust mobile smartphones, Twitter, and Facebook, real time information sharing has become common place, so of
course we will see more detailed reports from other parts of the world.
Even if you don't buy that, the idea that this somehow is related to "Earth Changes" and 2012 is flawed in so much as the fact that humans, without
the assistance of "Niburu" (since it doesn't exist), may be causing these deaths through pollution and destruction of the environment--which would
be a normal line of thinking and has nothing to do with an impending doomsday date.
In the future, just to address your post, you didn't actually provide any reason why these things are related to 2012, and in fact, you didn't even
say anything about what you think may happen in 2012 in relation to mass animal die offs.
If you have a coherent argument, you should make it, as opposed to posting a long list of animal deaths, and without facts or hell, even theories, you
draw the "ZOMG 2012 NIBURU" end of the world conclusion.