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Thousands more dead fish in Louisiana

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posted on May, 12 2011 @ 01:40 AM
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I just got a picture from a friend of mine today. I must add... This does occure in various rivers and lakes in around my hometown in louisiana, but this is the first time I've seen it happen in this location. If I had to guess, I would say it is due to the lack of rain we have been recieving as of late, but I could be wrong. Every time such a occurance took place, it was always chalked up to low O2 in the water.

Anyways, for the sake of FYI.. Enjoy! ...or not.



Biologists collected samples of the fish to send off for testing. Though no official results are back, biologists said the fish kill was most likely caused by low oxygen levels. Low oxygen levels are usually caused by low tides and high temperatures and usually affect one species.






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posted on May, 12 2011 @ 01:57 AM
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You do know that Louisiana is going to be hit
by a massive historic flood don't you?

That has flooded the Entire Mississippi region...

Its probably related

Check out my thread



posted on May, 12 2011 @ 02:00 AM
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The amount of mass animal die offs in the last year is very unsettling. I feel something is right around the corner.



posted on May, 12 2011 @ 02:09 AM
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....and I wonder why I always had so bloody many flood dreams over the last 9 years. Hmmmm


Louisiana flooding isnt that far fetched. There isnt much a of a sea level elevation. Wouldnt suprise me. Yet, I'm not going to run for my life over it. Flooding is something alot of us are definatly used to. That's why we all have boats! lol



posted on May, 12 2011 @ 02:10 AM
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When I was a kid I ran along those bone-white beaches when I'd go to visit my gramma,

I can't even imagine what its like now down there, and I can't bring myself to watch the videos of the destroyed nature.

Its denial of a sort, but I want to keep my sacred childhood memories of that place pure. I want to see it in my mind as I remember it,

Maybe weak but is that so wrong?



posted on May, 12 2011 @ 02:24 AM
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Well, no fear, dear... Aside from the yearly fish die-offs, it's still the same olde place. Tons of trees, swamp, water and mosquitoes that get big enough to carry off a horse... ok, maybe not a horse. A large dog perhaps.

La is still it's beautiful muggy, humid, summer smoldering place of wonder. A place of endless ghost stories, mysterious tales of buried treasure, and yes... clean beaches. Well, as clean as they have always been. Though, I never saw white beaches here
Golden brown, yes, but never white. Yet, this cajun world of ours is still beautiful, as of course, beautiful to the people who call it their home. There are still hidden troves of beauty that the tourists, tourist hunters, beauracrats and idiots alike, havnt found. Now if we can just get rid of all the damned casinos and close our doors to outside "game" hunters and industry fishers/shrimpers, then perhaps, just perhaps, our native culture can enjoy what we used to own. Maybe then the people that used to make a decent living, or at least keep themselves and their families fed from the waterways and fields can enjoy life again. Oh yeah.. that goes for oil rigs too.

Sorry, I can go on for days of what was taken away from the people in the southern part of this once beautiful state.



posted on May, 12 2011 @ 02:25 AM
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At least...

Check out this map

it shows the projected flooding for Louisiana



posted on May, 12 2011 @ 02:40 AM
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Wasn't there a radiation leak somewhere in the east

that leaked radioactive water into a river?



posted on May, 12 2011 @ 02:41 AM
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What I'm tryin to say is, alot of the people that live down here understand that such a thing is possible, heck, even expected. We know that there is a huge possibility that the mississipi river can and most likely will change course back to where it was once before. Yet, idiots (and I say this to all those $$$ folx that build and buy property in these areas) always seem to want to build the most spectacular "camps" on stilts thinking that their homes will survive such an event. Take Newroads for instance. There are many high dollar houses built on the WATER SIDE of the levee along that river, for pleasure. We always knew that old man river will probably change it's course. We knew that it's been trying to for a very long time. If it wasnt for the jets down the main part of the river, it would have done so a long time ago. Yet, people build homes in the stupidest places. Now, dont get me wrong. There were alot of people that pretty much got shoved living on levee sides that we figured would one day bust. (Hint: New Orleans) That was the poorest of the communities. Funny how out of the majority that were affected in New Orleans, it just so happened that those were made up of the poorest and black neighborhoods. In the case of Newroads, La, it's just high dollar homes owned by yuppies that needed to be there so they always had the best places to fish and ski anytime they wanted to. But.. If the river changes... So be it. I dont live there and I wouldnt put my family in that cituation. Money or not...

As far as the current river flooding.. We always expected it. We chose not to live around such possibilities, but for the sake of money and industry, many have. If that river breaks levees, you can bet your behind that the river will not only flood the surrounding areas, but it WILL break it's course and go back to the old river (intercoastal canal) and all those high dollar, beautiful eligant homes will be carried away with it. So be it. I'll stand from afar and salute the river with all the respect that I had for it before.



posted on May, 12 2011 @ 02:43 AM
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Originally posted by The Great Day
Wasn't there a radiation leak somewhere in the east

that leaked radioactive water into a river?


Correct. That happened on the same Miss. River, but IN Miss. (East side of the river)


The mississipi is a very very very very long river that starts in various parts of the US from I "think" 2 diffrent sources in totaly diffrent states.



posted on May, 12 2011 @ 02:53 AM
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Excellent post. This is what ATS is all about, not the Bin Laden isn't dead conspiracy crap.

This ranks right up there with all the birds falling out of the sky in Arkansas in January, which has been conveniently forgotten by the MSM but never properly explained.

Lots of other weird animal mass deaths around the world in the last few months.

I agree with other responders, something very bad appears to be just around the corner, and it isn't even being covered by MSM ANYWHERE.

Star & Flag.



posted on May, 12 2011 @ 07:36 AM
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www.abovetopsecret.com...
Off topic but still somewhat on topic. Heavy activity on HAARP meter........




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