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I think the real mystery here is how can we be so oblivious to the damage we are causing to our ecosystem and what happened to green peace? Why aren't they all over this and pointing out that we are causing damage that can in the long term destroy our entire our entire ecosystem? There is a sentinel warning here but it has nothing to do with mysterious earth changes, it has to do with human impact and human initiated earth changes and damage.
Originally posted by frayed1
While there may be other, environmental factors affecting some of these birds, they do rely on the earth's magnetic field for migration and maybe for homing in the case of the pigeons. I have read several articles recently on the fluctuations of the magnetic field and the possibility that it is about to 'flip' north to south some time soon ( maybe in the next few hundred years, which would be soon on the geological scale). That may have something to do with the problems the birds have been having. I haven't a link, but if you do a web search, you will probably find some of those articles.
Originally posted by CommonSense
Maybe green peace isn't all over this because it has nothing to do with our damage to the ecosystem. If the strange behaviour is caused by a reversal of the magnetic poles, that is something that has occured in the past - long before the human race damaged the eecosystem.
Aug. 1, 2004
The eel population has undergone a 30-year decline all over the world, and no one can put a finger on the cause. David Sommerstein of North Country Public Radio reports on how the decline is affecting fishermen on Lake Ontario, who depend upon the eels for a living.