Mystery: SEVEN-MILE 'mega-pod' of 100,000 dolphins off the coast of San Diego

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posted on Feb, 18 2013 @ 06:51 PM
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Vasa, I was just about to post this!

Well, we just might have to see and what happens I guess.

Also, did you remember your towel?




posted on Feb, 18 2013 @ 07:31 PM
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Oh my God it's Flipper! I think he say's the ships going to sink...

hahahaha, ATS should have published my post last week.

Maybe they just love this guys music?

soundcloud.com...



posted on Feb, 18 2013 @ 08:01 PM
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Originally posted by Vasa Croe
Love Hitchhiker's Guide....could not help but draw the conclusion....So Long and Thanks for All the Fish! And to anyone who has not seen it....go watch it!


the funny thing is that the hitchikers guide trilogy (5 books actually) is becoming more
and more relevant to much of the information and many of the news stories that i am
coming across at the moment. is it life imitating art, or vice versa?
i think douglas adams was an insider, his death was faked, and all his ideas are based
on some certain aspects of real reality.

i suggest a re-reading of the trilogy, if you haven't done so in a while,
and to keep your senses peeled from there.

truth is stranger than fiction.

something monumental is going down.
let us all surf the solar flares without fear.
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posted on Feb, 18 2013 @ 08:02 PM
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Has anyone checked the local planning office in Alpha Centauri?
or been on the lookout for Vogon constructor fleets?
QUICK SOMEONE FILE THE CORRECT PAPERWORK, or atleast hope Zaphod Beeblebrox will be around soon to rescue us, in that case I'll see you all at the restaurant at the end of the universe.
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posted on Feb, 18 2013 @ 08:04 PM
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Originally posted by Hopechest
Maybe Aquaman has decided to throw a yearly dolphin bash and invites all his little friends to come play.

Could be possible?


It could, but according to robot chicken, Aquaman is too busy with his new job atm.
See www.youtube.com... @1:25

Btw I hate aquaman... He's the most useless hero in the justice league ! and he smells fishy !
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posted on Feb, 18 2013 @ 08:05 PM
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The only thing one can say for sure is that when animals start acting weird in large groups like this, it means something's going on with the planet



posted on Feb, 18 2013 @ 08:10 PM
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Could they be organising? Is the time to strike back at their human oppressors? Will they start sinking ships with dolpedos?

Or is there lots of tasty salmon around?



posted on Feb, 18 2013 @ 08:51 PM
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Originally posted by mithrawept
Could they be organising? Is the time to strike back at their human oppressors? Will they start sinking ships with dolpedos?



don't the simpsons have a dolphin rebellion episode?

and they did predict 9/11 afterall!


also didn't dr. evil from austin powers promote the notion of sharks with frickin laser beams?
were we being thrown a curve ball (or red herring if you will), and it was the dolphins who got
the frickin laser beams all along.

tuna in here for all the latest developements. same channel, same plaice!



posted on Feb, 18 2013 @ 09:11 PM
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He estimated that the trail of dolphins was seven miles long and five miles wide, and he was able to steer the boat alongside them for over an hour.

[color=cyan] Experts are unable to pinpoint any specific reason as to why so many of the mammals were traveling together on this particular night.

'They’re definitely social animals, they stick together in small groups. But sometimes, the schools come together,' marine expert Sarah Wilkin told NBC.



[color=cyan]

Thanks for the EA*RTH SEA update OP, it is wise to follow the behaviors of these sea mammals for they can see/sense/feel in different WAVE spectrums related to ocean & perhaps beyond and may hear buzz/noise from sea floor areas ect. or elsewhere telling them to gather and move... Seems they are communicating with each other and possible other sea and air life observing them...



did anything enter the water over that region ? other then existing ills pollution present in it? 1 has to ask?

LOVE LIGHT ETERNIA*******



posted on Feb, 18 2013 @ 09:47 PM
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I can't believe I went through all of the posts in this thread and not one person mentioned Plumegate! I certainly hope there are people awake on this site to what is ruining the entire Pacific Ocean. Since the Fukushima Nuclear Disaster happened over 700 days ago there have been 3 complete melt downs to the point of total liquification of the cores which have gone China Syndrome. Tons of Plutonium has been dumped in the sea, all the radioactive water used to cool the spent fuel pools is sent back out into the ocean now and the radioactive plumes are carried over the ocean and the U.S. and dumps on us.
These Dolphin are hauling ass to get out of the Pacific I hope. The only thing you see in the mainstream news is about Bluefin Tuna contaminated with Cesium 137. They don't go into detail about the 100's of other chemicals contaminating the water. DON'T EAT FISH FROM THE PACIFIC! DON'T STEP FOOT IN THE PACIFIC!
I won't provide any links to websites to support my claims, just simply google Plumegate, or Fukushima coverup and read the articles, watch the videos. Largest, most critical coverup in the history of mankind. Shameful.



posted on Feb, 18 2013 @ 09:49 PM
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Dolphin flash mob? They are pretty smart and definitley enjoy a good tune now and then !
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posted on Feb, 18 2013 @ 10:12 PM
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Wow... Anyone know which direction they are heading? (North, South?)

Because that's a lot of dolphins.
And dolphins leave behind earthquakes!



posted on Feb, 18 2013 @ 10:59 PM
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Originally posted by PMNOrlando
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I can't believe I went through all of the posts in this thread and not one person mentioned Plumegate! I certainly hope there are people awake on this site to what is ruining the entire Pacific Ocean. Since the Fukushima Nuclear Disaster happened over 700 days ago there have been 3 complete melt downs to the point of total liquification of the cores which have gone China Syndrome. Tons of Plutonium has been dumped in the sea, all the radioactive water used to cool the spent fuel pools is sent back out into the ocean now and the radioactive plumes are carried over the ocean and the U.S. and dumps on us.
These Dolphin are hauling ass to get out of the Pacific I hope. The only thing you see in the mainstream news is about Bluefin Tuna contaminated with Cesium 137. They don't go into detail about the 100's of other chemicals contaminating the water. DON'T EAT FISH FROM THE PACIFIC! DON'T STEP FOOT IN THE PACIFIC!
I won't provide any links to websites to support my claims, just simply google Plumegate, or Fukushima coverup and read the articles, watch the videos. Largest, most critical coverup in the history of mankind. Shameful.

Great point! With even the IAEA calling it at conservatively 120x Chernobyl, and it
being basically other than airborne aka concentrated, these guys may have more
on the ball than WE do. maybe the PTB built those bunkers just to keep off the
invisble sunburn.



posted on Feb, 19 2013 @ 01:40 AM
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Well the numbers are possible for a 100'000 given the area of sized he guessed is accurate, by placing 1 dolphin every 30 feet apart the area can hold 1'084'160 of em, not saying there is or isn't but just stating its definitely possible.

by placing one dolphin every 100 feet apart gives us a total of 97'416

and there is every possibility he is talking nautical miles which makes the are a lot larger again
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posted on Feb, 19 2013 @ 01:46 AM
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They finally had enough and are heading to Japan.


But seriously, this is interesting. Maybe it's a Million Dolphin March?



posted on Feb, 19 2013 @ 02:11 AM
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Not to worry ollncasino, your thread is in a DIFFERENT FORUM and is therefore allowed!
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posted on Feb, 19 2013 @ 02:37 AM
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man, if i had been in that boat with a camera i would have filmed myself at the helm pointing forwards and yelling "muahahahaha, attack my minions, ATTACK!"

as for a real reason for this unusual behavior, they probably sense something and are fleeing.



posted on Feb, 19 2013 @ 04:56 AM
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We haven't seen any massive Earthquake since this event, so I would say you probably offer the best explanation. I would think that maybe the are migrating out of the Northern Pacific.



posted on Feb, 19 2013 @ 06:03 AM
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Anyone recall the Big Bloop? Was that anywhere near where these Dolphins were? Is there anyway to check whatever system recorded/detected the Bloop and see if anything similar was detected around/before this mega ultra pod was observed?

I too have always been fascinated by Dolphins and their intelligence and ability to communicat and understand our attempts at communication, and especially the reports from time to time where Dolphins have saved people at sea, from sharks, drowning, etc. amazing and beautiful creatures and I agree with one of earlier posts that Dolphins are the most intelligent species on Earth.

To add more of Douglas Adams' wonderfully wacky Hitchhikers Guide wisdom, I always loved the contrast comparing human and Dolphin intelligence - paraphrasing badly but something like "humans thought humans were the most intelligent species for they had invented nuclear war, digital watches and so forth while all Dolphins did was swim around and play in the water.
Dolphins, on the other hand (fin?) thought they were the most intelligent creatures for precisely the same reasons.
That's very powerful passage, and one that has gone over most people's heads that I've read it to over the years. But truly makes sense and highlights a staggering human flaw - inventing weapons that kill, damage, or micromanage our lives certainly can be construed as an intelligent species accomplishments - but an even more intelligent species would understand that leaving such devices in the theoretical realm instead of actually building them is a far more intelligent and sensible approach! We live in a paradise, but instead of playing and enjoying it, we have completely ruined the lives of ourselves and our children, and other species as well, and focus far too much on developing devices that kill, harm and maim rather than focusing on good things, and not only make it nearly impossible for people to enjoy this world by playing and enjoying it, and gotten so out of touch tat we actually view anyone who would take this approach as mentally unbalanced and someone to avoid.

I hope these Dolphins are well and happy and made it away from whatever they may have been fleeing. And wish I could be with them, assuming I could grow Mariner- like gills and such.



posted on Feb, 19 2013 @ 07:16 AM
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Am I missing something here. Aint this video like 1 year old? Nealy all "news" sites are showing this video.

www.youtube.com...
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