5 Days Non- Stop Animal Mass Die in the Coast of Peru Happening Now

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posted on Dec, 31 2013 @ 07:38 PM
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Cleaning Crews showing every morning for last five days, the more they clean, the more dead animals appear. So many dead animals that they keep cleaning even in the night.

I will update if posible. Don't want to wait to post it. This is a sad way to start a new year.

Translation :


For five days ago a lot of dead marine animals have been appearing every morning on the beaches of Chancay, in the province of Huaral.

The species include sand beach on mollusks, crabs, shells, mussels and even sea birds, whose decomposed bodies are dragged by the tide to the area where swimmers are usually reported Canal N.

In this situation, the district municipality and residents of the area are organized each morning for cleanings that sometimes extend into the night.

However, during the morning come more animals. Specialists have not been able to explain the reasons behind this phenomenon.




elcomercio.pe...
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posted on Dec, 31 2013 @ 07:40 PM
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Whats the most likely culprit?

FUKU??

Or seismic activity? Or...



posted on Dec, 31 2013 @ 07:45 PM
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gardener

FUKU??

Now, now, let's not be using profanity on ATS lol


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posted on Dec, 31 2013 @ 07:50 PM
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My belief is the radiation leak from Fukushima....but wait, this is nothing we have seen so far.

Soon, and my prediction for the future, is we will start seeing more marine mammals wash up on shores such as sharks, whales, and creatures never seen before from the depths of our beloved Pacific Ocean.

This is the first major evidence of a global catastrophe the government doesn't want us to know about....but word and evidence is piling up against Japan and its ongoing lie about having such leak "under control"



posted on Dec, 31 2013 @ 07:53 PM
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Could El Nino be having any affect at this time?



posted on Dec, 31 2013 @ 07:53 PM
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gardener
Whats the most likely culprit?

FUKU??

Or seismic activity? Or...


Seismic activity is pretty intense in the area, having a 4+ or 5 quake about every month.

es.earthquaketrack.com...

Last one was a 4.6 yesterday. But this mass die event had been happening for last 5 days.



posted on Dec, 31 2013 @ 07:56 PM
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pandersway
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Could El Nino be having any affect at this time?


Not sure, as I can understand the event is only taking place in Chancay beaches, they don't know why it is happening yet.



posted on Dec, 31 2013 @ 08:05 PM
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Here another source :



Translation :


The landscape along the beach also has a foul odor generated by the intense heat, scaring swimmers who intend to spend a moment on the edge of the beach. This has forced municipal workers to clean up the coast.

The purpose of cleaning is to prevent an epidemic that put in danger the health of vacationers and those who decide to camp for 2014.

Villagers demand to investigate this, because they believe it is a ecological attack and never have seen a similar event in recent years.


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posted on Dec, 31 2013 @ 08:10 PM
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Trueman



Poor little crab, can't even fend for him/herself. Probably counting its last breaths before it dies



posted on Dec, 31 2013 @ 08:25 PM
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Skywatcher2011
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My belief is the radiation leak from Fukushima....but wait, this is nothing we have seen so far.

Soon, and my prediction for the future, is we will start seeing more marine mammals wash up on shores such as sharks, whales, and creatures never seen before from the depths of our beloved Pacific Ocean.

This is the first major evidence of a global catastrophe the government doesn't want us to know about....but word and evidence is piling up against Japan and its ongoing lie about having such leak "under control"



Regarding Fukushima, this is what The Ecologist says :



Possibility 1 - a meltdown is taking place

The Reactor 3 fuel storage pond still houses an estimated 89 tonnes of the plutonium-based MOX nuclear fuel employed by the reactor, composed of 514 fuel rods.

Ever since the explosion Tepco has been concerned that if the spent fuel storage pond dries out, the intensely radioactive spent fuel rods would melt down and produce further significant radioactive emissions.

One possibility is that this process may now be taking place. In the event of water loss from the pond, the water would begin to overheat and produce clouds of steam, prior to a complete meltdown. If this is the case then a second major nuclear disaster at Fukushima is in the making.

Possibility 2: 'corium' has reached groundwater

Reactor 3 itself contained 566 fuel rods, and has experienced a complete meltdown. The location of the molten fuel, known as 'corium', is unknown, but it may have burnt its way through the reactor base and entered the underlying soil.

This would also produce steam as the hot corium came into contact with groundwater, while also releasing radioactive contamination to make its way into the Pacific Ocean.

Possibility 3: rainwater on stray fuel elements

An alternative explanation is that the steam plumes could be caused by stray fuel pellets and reactor rod fragments - which themselves produce significant amounts of heat - coming into contact with rainwater percolating through the damaged and roofless structure. Of the three choices this is probably the least serious.

The Turner Radio Network is advising people on the West Coast of North America to "prepare for the worst" in case a meltdown of the waste fuel is in fact commencing. No official warnings have been released on either side of the Pacific.


www.theecologist.org...



posted on Dec, 31 2013 @ 08:31 PM
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I'm not a marine biologist but my educated guess would be seismic rather than fukushima given those options. I don't think it's either of those options tho, I think this might be an uncommon but not irregular occurrence. Why would the locals be piling to the shore lines to help clean this up? Oh, that's right in the article, to not dissuade people from vacationing and/or moving there.

The regular people that live there know this happens therefore are cleaning it up asap so they don't scare tourists away. The news, well they just like to over hype everything these days.

Like I said tho, I'm not from there and I'm no expert in the field. Just an observation.



posted on Dec, 31 2013 @ 08:32 PM
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This is the first major evidence of a global catastrophe the government doesn't want us to know about....but word and evidence is piling up against Japan and its ongoing lie about having such leak "under control"
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Somehow you are right, if we take in consideration that this information took five days to reach us.



posted on Dec, 31 2013 @ 08:36 PM
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litterbaux
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The regular people that live there know this happens therefore are cleaning it up asap so they don't scare tourists away. The news, well they just like to over hype everything these days.


From my 4th post in the thread :


Villagers demand to investigate this, because they believe it is a ecological attack and never have seen a similar event in recent years.



posted on Dec, 31 2013 @ 08:37 PM
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First there are masses of starfish dying off all along the west coast from Alaska to California, and now this massive washup.

There is no disease out there or earthquake powerful enough than radiation in our oceans to do this sort of damage...and like I said, this is just the beginning stages of many die offs to come.

Next will be the human beings.



posted on Dec, 31 2013 @ 08:41 PM
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"a similar event in recent years"

What does that mean? It means it's happened before. If it's never happened before it would be an unprecedented, ecological disaster.

Sorry if I'm being nit picky but this is all the info we have, if this really is the first time this happened, they shouldn't use terms like "recent years".
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posted on Dec, 31 2013 @ 08:44 PM
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Well I lived beachside many years and have seen things like that before. Red tide, storm at sea have been culprits where I have lived. Storms are usually 2 or 3 day event where animals die. Red tide I have seen last a week and a half. However both are usually easy to determine.

I was diving in Honduras one year when a die off happened but it cleared up after a few days. We never did find out what caused it.

I don't blame the villagers for wanting an investigation especially if it keeps up.



posted on Dec, 31 2013 @ 08:57 PM
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I'm not a meteorologist but I know that air currents don't cross the equator, that's how I know to go south if nukes start going off in the northern hemisphere. Using (possibly faulty) logic I would think that ocean currents tend to also keep the same north south separation due to angular momentum.

Edit: So probably not Fukushima...
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posted on Dec, 31 2013 @ 08:58 PM
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Isn't there stories of 100+ heat waves down there?
That might explain a lot.
Volcanoes, ash and gases ?



posted on Dec, 31 2013 @ 09:11 PM
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bonsaihorn
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I'm not a meteorologist but I know that air currents don't cross the equator, that's how I know to go south if nukes start going off in the northern hemisphere. Using (possibly faulty) logic I would think that ocean currents tend to also keep the same north south separation due to angular momentum.

Edit: So probably not Fukushima...
edit on 20131231 by bonsaihorn because: Why I don't think it can be Fukushima...


You are not a scientist and most science is just based on theories....theories are made to be proven wrong over time.


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posted on Dec, 31 2013 @ 09:34 PM
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I don't think it is Fukushima, since the Pacific convergence zone is up further north. Otherwise, people on the West Coast of the North and Central Americas would have seen a similar die off or even worse.

I have a few theories:

1.) Seismic activity that could have released methane hydrate and displaced the oxygen in the water.

2.) Increasing CO2 levels leading to acidic conditions in the ocean. The reason why corral reefs are disappearing.

3.) Increased favorable conditions for jellyfish to flourish. Everything and anything is stung in their presence.

4.) Man-made pollutants being dumped off the coast.

Just my thoughts..

Kratos





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