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Problem is, the famed physicist never said it.
Honey bees are disappearing. The story has been in the news on and off since 2006, but for one reason or another, most people have paid little attention. And the situation is significantly dire.
Colony collapse disorder (CCD), also known as honey bee colony depopulation syndrome, is essentially the sudden disappearance of honey bees from their colony. As more and more bees disappear, the colony fails and ultimately dies.
UN report warns bees now disappearing worldwide
But scientists from the United Nations (UN) say the phenomenon is now a global crisis, afflicting bees across China, Japan, and Africa, as well as in other places.
The cause or causes of the syndrome are unknown.
1/22/11 Hundreds of penguins dying near Wellington at Banks Peninsula, NZ
[color=gold]"It got too cold for them."
1/21/11 10,000 cattle and and buffalo die in Vietnam.
[color=gold] "It got too cold for them too."
1/18/11 200 Cows found dead on a farm in Portage County, Wisconsin.
[color=gold] "They caught pneumonia."
1/17/11 Hundreds of crows are once again dying off in Romania.
[color=gold] "Cold and alcoholic intoxication."
1/8/11 8000 turtledoves drop from the sky dead in Faenza, Italy.
[color=gold] "They ate too many sunflower seeds."
1/5/11 50 dead jackdaws found dead in Falkoping, Sweden
[color=gold] "Darned fireworks again."
1/3/11 1000's of dead octopuses wash up on Portugal beaches.
[color=gold] "Beat us. But don't eat them."
1/3/11 Tens of thousands of small fish die in the Chesapeake Bay.
[color=gold] "The forgot to swim to where it was warmer. They got cold."
12/28/10 70 bats found dead in Tuscon, Arizona
[color=gold] "They forgot to migrate."
5/28/10 12,000 Saiga Antelope (1/4 of world population) in Kazakhstan.
[color=gold] "A strange white fog caused lung infection."
NASA THEMIS discovers biggest breach of Earth’s Magnetosphere
Earth's Magnetic Fields May Be Causing Bird and Fish Die-Off
Magnetic storms can cause many different phenomena to occur. Not only do birds, such as the reported blackbirds, pelicans, penguins and eagles, lose their bearings and fall dead from exhaustion and hunger, but radio transmissions can be lost, there can be radiation from too much solar power, and high-energy charged particles can bombard the Earth due to the breach in the magnetic "shield" wrapping the planet.. Magnetic storms can also trigger changes in the Earth's crust, which may lead to increases in landslides, mudslides, earthquakes, and volcano eruptions.
sea creatures such as sharks, crabs, salmon, and sea turtles not only use magnetic fields to navigate, but also to detect their prey. So it is entirely possible that some of the recent deaths of not only fish, but sea animals like starfish and dolphins are due to changes in the Earth's magnetic fields
Magnetic Storms Affect Humans As Well As Telecommunications
"We have analyzed numerous data on the heartbeat of cosmonauts from all Soyuz crews, and the majority of missions to the Mir Station and the International Space Station," said Doctor Tamara Breus (Physics and Mathematics) from the Russian Academy of Sciences' Institute of Space Studies, who heads of a group of physics and physicians, studying this problem.
"We subjected 45 cosmonauts to examination during landing and flights of various duration, when they were exposed to geomagnetic disturbance, and then studied the same parameters in a neutral situation,” he said.
"The influence of a magnetic storm was obvious. It was manifest in a change of pulse and blood pressure, vegetative disorders, reduction of heartbeat rate variability and the power of respiratory undulations, and in a more irregular heartbeat pattern. Reactions varied depending on the duration of the flights and an ability of cosmonauts to adapt themselves to the new environment."
The climate centres around the world, which are the equivalent of the pathology lab of a hospital, have reported the Earth's physical condition, and the climate specialists see it as seriously ill, and soon to pass into a morbid fever that may last as long as 100,000 years. I have to tell you, as members of the Earth's family and an intimate part of it, that you and especially civilisation are in grave danger.
Frank Fenner sees no hope for humans
"We're going to become extinct," the eminent scientist says. "Whatever we do now is too late."
Fenner is an authority on extinction. The emeritus professor in microbiology at the Australian National University played a leading role in sending one species into oblivion: the variola virus that causes smallpox.
Today, many scientists think the evidence indicates a sixth mass extinction is under way. The blame for this one, perhaps the fastest in Earth's history, falls firmly on the shoulders of humans. By the year 2100, human activities such as pollution, land clearing, and overfishing may have driven more than half of the world's marine and land species to extinction.
I think that it is a combination of things, from leaks/fluctuation of the magnetosphere, ozone depletion, the magnetic pole is moving 35 miles a year towards Russia (if memory serves correct), the Earth belching forth tremendous amounts of methane gas.
Plus the man made causes, such as that Texas sized garbage patch in the Pacific, Fukashima & Chernybol likely have a cumulative effect and of course Fracking. The list could go on…and does.