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Originally posted by switching yard
The latest obviously bogus official story I've heard is that they are saying a huge school of these fish got confused because of "high winds" and the whole school went into the bay to escape the winds and then they all used up each other's oxygen. Yeah, right. High winds.
This is just another government coverup of whatever is really happening. The media will just parrot whatever the feds say.
High winds? Give me a break.
Originally posted by Agree2Disagree
reply to post by Annee
Just because there were actual high winds, doesn't validate the story.
TBH, I don't know what the hell killed those fish. You know what else? I really don't care either. This world is going to hell in a hand-basket and I am ready for it.
Originally posted by Annee
According to Michio Kaku - - - massive animal die offs are very common. Especially animals that live in groups (schools - flocks - pods - herds).
Just about anything can disorient them -- putting them in danger.
He said - - - the only alarm is we now have access to this information - - which we didn't before.
Originally posted by larphillips
Not to trot out an old term, but it does certainly seem like a 'quickening' is taking place before our eyes... mass animal deaths, extreme weather phenomena, civil unrest, economic disaster, etc. At what point does all of this reach a head? And then, what? Catastrophy? Global 'reset?' An long period of quiet and calm?
Originally posted by KevinB
First, it's millions not billions, big difference. Second, the kill is thought to be caused by the fish trying to outrun the annual red-tide, but I doubt that explanation. My bet is all of these deaths will eventually link back to the GOM disaster and the use of corexit
Originally posted by Jussi
I found a similar case from 2007