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Originally posted by Trublbrwing
I did a search but didn't see any posts so I apologize in advance if this has already been covered.
This week the largest dolphin mortality event in recorded history happened in northern Peru, a total of over 600 dolphins were found dead along a 135 kilometer stretch of beach. I saw this on RSOE EDIS and went to this link for more information.............
Originally posted by Patchman
reply to post by Trublbrwing
How do you know it's not Fukushima radiation?
Originally posted by murkraz
I just hope this stranding isn't indicative of a large quake to come.
It seems this type of thing can often happen a few days to a week or two before a big one.
Originally posted by Mianeye
reply to post by thorfourwinds
I didn't try to connect the two stories, as i was well aware of that the other one was another event, as it was posted long before the OP story, i was just wondering what event it was, and where the original story was to find, and what the story with inflated numbers was about, i might have failed in making that clear..My bad.
But thank you for your imo wierd answer, which you by the way didn't dare to put on your self and thereby put "we" in, next time use "i", so that i can answer you and not "the whole ATS community".
Thank you and peace
I didn't try to connect the two stories ... i might have failed in making that clear...
suggesting something supernatural;
ORIGIN Old English wyrd [destiny,] of Germanic origin. The adjective ( late Middle English ) originally meant (having the power to control destiny)...
... How i found ATS: While surfing the web for some moon stuff, i stumbled upon John Lear, and the pegasus project.
(I have no opinon about that subject, so don't judge me for that) ATS was mentioned a lot, so i decided to check it out, and for that i have no regrets. It's been my main page everyday since. ...
Originally posted by H1ght3chHippie
Did *anyone* read the source article .. or the one below it ?
The Hugely Inflated Number of Dead Dolphins in Peru This report from Carlos Yaipen-Llanos in Peru. I asked him how such a vastly incorrect number could have come about. Carlos' eMail to Hardy Jones The number of dead dolphins was stated by the government officials and a local newspaper, suppossedly on site. They even talked about 264 (as if they counted them all). The truth is such a number never happened. Nor for the fishermen, not for us that surveyed 100 kms, as it was stated that the dolphins were. This is an example of sensacionalism in the media and lack of criteria, knowledge and ethics by the governmental technitians.
Originally posted by Wrabbit2000
reply to post by queenannie38
Very true..and I'm definitely among the camp who says we haven't seen the last of the Deepwater consequences by a long shot. Out of sight isn't out of mind in that case. If Dolphins had beached along Florida, that would have been my first thought for the sheer volume of chemicals that went into that body of water.
This is clear across the world, in terms of Ocean currents though? The Panama Canal is the only water link between the side BP contaminated and the side the Dolphins just died in such large numbers. It's a HUGE ocean, so if detectable amounts ever make that long trip..wouldn't they be all but totally diluted?
Originally posted by dude69
Rofl...many people here that seem oddly and disproportionally concerned with the lives of dolphins...and manage to connect it to the end of the world...holy #
The team's research indicates that the fingerprint of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill could be found in some zooplankton in the Gulf of Mexico ecosystem at low levels, as much as a month after the leaking wellhead was capped. In addition, the extent of the contamination seemed to be patchy. Some zooplankton at certain locations far removed from the spill showed evidence of contamination, whereas zooplankton in other locations, sometimes near the spill, showed lower indications of exposure to the oil-derived pollutants.
"Traces of oil in the zooplankton prove that they had contact with the oil and the likelihood that oil compounds may be working their way up the food chain," said Dr. Michael Roman of the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science.
Originally posted by NTALKSICK8ING
i'm just wondering when people are going to quit denying that some big is in the works. too many damned signs for this to be "normal".