posted on Feb, 7 2012 @ 04:29 AM
The Beaching of dolphins and whales has been common throughout history. In the First Century A.D. a Roman historian by the name of Pilny the Elder
wrote of an account in the South of France of supposedly 300 "marvelous beasts", presumably whales. Long before radar, and hadron colliders, and
HAARP, whales and dolphins have been beaching themselves.
There is a theory based upon the behavioral patterns of dolphins and whales, who travel in pods, following a leader. It is posited that sometimes the
leader falls ill, or has their own sonar impaired in someway, or even in an attempt to escape predators, swim to far ashore. This is not to discount
weather and other environmental factors, only to offer some perspective.