reply to post by TheLieWeLive
Where abouts do you live? Are you nearby to the Stanhope, NJ case of the attacking foxes that I posted in the other thread on this subject?
Once again, most people are ignoring the things happening around them. Many strange phenomena are happening all around the world right now from animal
die-offs, sinkholes and fireballs to extreme weather and temperature changes, mysterious fires and unexplained explosions, not to mention all the
strange sky noises and sonic booms. And now we have animals doing things they had never done before, like attacking humans in broad daylight within
not only rural areas, but urban areas as well.
What have we seen acting strangely...foxes, pigeons, sharks, bears, wolves, beavers, and now thanks to your thread we know about raccoons, hyenas, and
three humans dying of rabies in one Nepal town thanks to rabid stray dog attacks. Also, curious about the sick bat...aren't bats known carriers of
rabies so why would they act sick from it? Could this be a case of a different form of the rabies?
I'm sure there are many more animal cases we haven't listed here yet. Remember the thread earlier this year about the strange animal (or demon)
attacking goats and cows at Shelby, KY farms. That one remains unexplained, but wildlife officials blame that on a wild dog. Most likely, a dog
infected with the same thing these other animals are experiencing.
Dangerous gases people are causing viruses to mutate. That's why we have so many newly discovered or otherwise old viruses popping up right now, such
as the Bubonic Plague in Krygstan, the different bird flu's in China, norovirus outbreaks, hepatitis A outbreak, new H7N9 and MERS coronavirus
outbreaks, the new Sars like NcoV coronavirus in the United States, fungus outbreaks, well anyways...the list goes on!
First, you may be asking yourself how diseases and pandemics have anything to do with dangerous gases and atmospheric heating. It’s simple really.
There are various types of microbes that eat methane. They live deep underground and they live 30,000 feet into the air. Basically, they are
everywhere and they feed off methane hydrates.
The theory goes something like this. The more methane increases it becomes a feeding frenzy for the microbes. What happens when these microbes have
more than enough to eat? They multiply. As methane release increases, there is naturally going to be a rapid increase in the microbes that feed.
Through the evolution of bacteria over millions of years you can expect that other species of bacteria can also experience growth. As one species of
bacteria rapidly increases, others will follow. I propose in this theory that as the microbes continuously feed on the increased methane hydrates,
other bacteria are following the lead, thus, literally thousands of species of bacteria and viruses are experiencing phenomenal growth all over the