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Which, brings me to my next train of thought; the earth and humanity have a host of very real problems to solve.
I don't need to mention them all by name I hope?
Perhaps we should then concentrate our efforts on them?
Originally posted by facehole
Theory 2: Maybe the world has always had craziness going down, but we're just so hyper-aware and connected to everything now that every time someone breaks wind there is a corresponding tweet on the topic.
Originally posted by stereologist
reply to post by LoneCloudHopper2
I didn't waste any time watching the video, but your description appears that the video simply makes false claims that these are unusual events.
In one of the most extreme examples, an estimated 1.5 million Lapland Longspurs died during a March 1904 storm in Minnesota and Iowa.
In December 2006, it was announced that the rules for the publication of USGS research were being revised. Employees were informed that USGS leadership and communications staff should be notified "of findings or data that may be especially newsworthy, have an impact on government policy, or contradict previous public understanding to ensure that proper officials are notified and that communication strategies are developed."
Originally posted by LoneCloudHopper2
As far as I can recall, never (until recent years) have sirens/horns been heard screaming from the skies and large groups of a kind of species dying together all around the world. Are you saying that such events are not new?