reply to post by mugger
This is definitely gas plumes. I wrote this post in my dangerous gas thread but I thought I would re-post it here because it is relevant. For more
info on these dangerous gases;
So far this year there have been 89 known mass die-offs. That's 52 days. That's 1.71 mass die-offs per day. In 2012 there were 464 known events.
That's 1.27 mass die-offs per day. That's quite an increase, but in 2011 there were 145 known events. That's only 0.4 events per day.
2011 145 die-offs 0.4 per day
2012 464 die-offs 1.27 per day
2013 89 so far 1.71 per day
The vast majority of these die-offs are from methane and hydrogen sulfide plumes in the air or in the sea. As with so many other phenomena I've
listed in this dangerous gas thread; earthquakes, fireballs, disease, volcanoes, sinkholes, super-storms, sonic booms, sky noise, floods, blizzards,
droughts, wildfires, unexplained explosions, mysterious deaths, etc., etc...., everything is on the rise! I continue to put up numbers such as these
but the debunkers and skeptics will continue to argue that nothing is on the rise, but the numbers don't lie. This isn't a case of better reporting.
If these numbers had a comparison from say 50 years ago, 20 years ago, but no, this is over three years.
Mass die-offs in 2011
Mass die-offs in 2012
Mass die-offs in 2013
Also, it should be noted the devastating die-offs of honey bees and bats.
Are honeybees heading towards extinction?
Some experts believe that the bees could be about to die and at least one third of our food depends on pollination of flowering plants. Einstein
once said: "If the bees disappear, mankind would have only 4 more years of life”. Over 3 million colonies of bees have died in the USA since 2006
and over a thousand millions of bees have died in this period in the world.
And also there is a parasitic disease spreading through bee colonies causing zombie bees.
Parasitic infection causing zombie bees
And the bats are also dying. In the last six to seven years bat populations have been reduced by 90% with 6.7 million bats dying because of "white
An unprecedented wildlife disaster
First identified in the northeastern United States, WNS has wiped out an estimated 95% of Pennsylvania’s bat population and is quickly spreading
across the country. It was most recently discovered in Missouri, Delaware and Alabama. “This is like bringing small pox to the New World. It is
surely an unprecedented wildlife disaster for North America,” said Bucknell University professor Dr. DeeAnn Reeder. Reeder is one of the country’s
leading experts on WNS, and one of the researchers responsible for identifying the cause of the disease in 2011. “We can’t stop this thing. It’s
marching across the country and we’re going to see some extinction.”
Now why are these mass deaths of Bees and Bats a concern for the world? Because Honey Bees don't just make honey. They also do the vital job of
pollinating the majority of the flowering crops we have, from which we get much of our fruits, vegetables and nuts ... including Beans, Soybean,
Broccoli, Sprouts, Carrots, Cucumber, Onion, Parsnip, Squash, Tomato, Almonds, Cashew, Apple, Blackberry, Blueberry, Cacao, Coffee, Grapes, Kiwi,
Mango, Pear, Raspberry, Alfalfa, Sesame, Sunflower ... Just to name a few. A major part of the human diet comes from insect-pollinated plants. And
what about the bats? Well, not only do they help in pollinating other foods we eat, like Bananas, Mangoes, Dates, Figs, Peaches, Cashews, Guava and
Avocados. They also consume incredible amounts of insects that are agricultural pests. The millions of bats that have died due to disease over the
past 6 years would have consumed HUNDREDS OF TONNES of insects (pests) in ONE YEAR. Add this to the struggling crops because of adverse weather and
you will see the problem