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Why are the whales and dolphins beaching? They surface to breath.

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posted on Mar, 7 2009 @ 09:58 AM
...and the atmosphere and surface water is poisoned by chemtrail activities, i.e. spraying silver iodide and CO2 to manipulate the weather.

We don't see hundreds of sharks beaching, and they would be sensitive to earthquake activities to, as well as many other species that live in the ocean.

So, one of the logical conclusions would be that the whales and dolphins have to surface to breath, and these toxins sprayed by the forever doomed are laying on the surface on the water in pockets, and a pack of dolphins come up to take a breath in a particulate filled pocket and it created neuro problems, affecting their sonar.

To me, it's like the canary in the coal mine, and deserves more attention.

posted on Mar, 7 2009 @ 10:18 AM
As with the other thread regarding the whales beaching themselves due to an impeding earthquake, the data should be easily tabulated, do you agree?

Now onto your theory, As far as I know there has not been any cloud seeding activity over King Island, Tasmania, the location of the recent beaching of nearly 200 whales and dolphins.

There have been several other beaching near where I live also.

I never saw any chemtrails, contrails or cloud seeding in my area at the times of the whale beachings let alone at all.

Does this make your theory wrong? No, but I refer to my first remark about being able to tabulate this theory.

posted on Mar, 7 2009 @ 10:37 AM
One possible explanation for stranded whales and dolphins MAY be Navy sonar use. This recent article tells about scores of stranded whales on an island near Australia's southern state of Tasmania:

Another theory that has gained credence is disturbance of echo-location, possibly by naval sonar. In 2005, after a report by the Department of Environment showed a possibility of stressed whales being further upset by noise, the Royal Australian Navy said that it would avoid operations in areas where whales were beaching. A naval ship had been using sonar near where 145 whales and dolphins died at Mation Bay on Tasmania's east coast in October of that year.

In 2006, after the death of a bottlenose whale stranded for two days in the Thames, marine scientists blamed navy sonar and military explosions for disorienting the mammal.

Tasmania's Department of Primary Industries and Water confirmed that they are investigating whether any seismic activity may have interfered with today's stranded animals.

posted on Mar, 7 2009 @ 11:27 AM
Beaching always follows sonar-related naval military activity. ALWAYS! Look it up. Modern military sonar is VERY loud and VERY high or VERY low pitched.

There are no countries that ban this technology. The Russians and Chinese have no real ethics toward marine-life, and think that saving their multi-million dollar submarines is worth some marine-life casualties.

Of course, the global industrial-military complexes will never admit that they're guilty of anything (because, then they'd have to be held liable, and their top-secret missions would be public information)

So, if you see a beached marine mammal, you can be guaranteed that there are nuclear submarines using sonar close to shore. (or mine-sweepers, battleships, destroyers, or carriers)

When will people wake up to the fact that war is the most sinister and life-threatening behavior that any of us accept. We may NEED a NWO, to save humanity and stop wars. Because, NONE OF YOU are responsible enough to stop war. So, keep watching TV and buying your plastic water bottles. Because, the sooner we have the NWO, the sooner the people who deserve to live on, will.


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