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Demented armies of zombie-like animals—rats, squirrels, raccoons, even beloved pets—could turn on humans in frenzied, bloody assaults
Every human would be at risk, for even a crazed squirrel can kill an unarmed person
Originally posted by WhoKnows100
With the recent release of Zombie Apocolypse related news in the media, I know that most people either laughed or became alarmed.
I must admit that I was in the latter category.
With recent news regarding the increasing disturbances in the magnetic field, I was looking into a possible connection. I stumbled across the following March 2011 article in the Salem News www.salem-news.com...
I include a few sentences from the article below:
"Mass animal deaths may be the early symptoms of this encroaching electrical brain disruption caused by the magnetic pole shift.
Scientific research suggests the Earth's changing magnetic field may cause otherwise peaceful animals to become enraged killers banding together in voracious indiscriminate attacks and killing both terrified humans and each other.
Worse, that same research suggests the possibility that as the magnetic field becomes more unstable and the flux intensifies, masses of animals could literally lose their minds and embark on frenzied, murderous rampages.
Within a fluctuating magnetic field—such as an unstable geomagnetic field—intense, dangerous psychosis can be induced. Both animals and humans are susceptible."
There are many people who do not believe that Earth changes are imminent, so I ask that if this is you please read, laugh and move on.
For those that do think that there is some change coming, I would like to hear your thoughts on possible protection methods and/or your thoughts on this article and its relation to the recently released information on the Zombie Apocolypse.
Mods, please move this thread to the most appropriate forum. Thank you.