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Mass Wildlife Dieoffs

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This phenomenom has been happening over the last few years with mass bird dieoffs,crabs etc..., This starfish dieoff off of Vancouver and now this sardine dieoff however I think probably is due to Fukushima

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http://www.nytimes.com/2013/10/15/scien ... c=rss&_r=1&

Well at least this dieoff isn't attributed to Fukushima.I remember deticking a dog in China that was thoroughly infested with ticks. They are ugly critters
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Brain worms :panic: that sounds like an awful way to go, poor animals.
I would think some of it is caused by man, killing off beneficial animals indiscriminately with chemicals, and pesticides, and not to mention Monsanto.
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Here in Mexico a mass die off was caught on film of beautiful yellow headed blackbirds from Canada. I don’t believe that I have seen this species before. It must be an eastern bird. https://www.rt.com/news/549472-hundreds ... y-plummet/

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A gas cloud, a deep cold spot in the air, someone could have poisoned them.
Poor birds. :(
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There’s no wind as the commentators mentioned and fortunately most survived.
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A stationary cloud of gas, or a cold spot can linger a long time, but maybe there could have been something else, microwaves, or something :think:
I was thinking a high powered radio, or something military uses like radar can cause high microwaves.
When I used to go to work there would be warning near the airport for microwaves from the radar stations.
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Blue Frost wrote: February 17th, 2022, 11:01 am A stationary cloud of gas, or a cold spot can linger a long time, but maybe there could have been something else, microwaves, or something :think:
I was thinking a high powered radio, or something military uses like radar can cause high microwaves.
When I used to go to work there would be warning near the airport for microwaves from the radar stations.
These microwaves must cause damage to birds and human. I don't think it's safe for people to live near radio/cell phone towers. Even electric transformers.
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Reverse Flash wrote: February 19th, 2022, 3:33 am
Blue Frost wrote: February 17th, 2022, 11:01 am A stationary cloud of gas, or a cold spot can linger a long time, but maybe there could have been something else, microwaves, or something :think:
I was thinking a high powered radio, or something military uses like radar can cause high microwaves.
When I used to go to work there would be warning near the airport for microwaves from the radar stations.
These microwaves must cause damage to birds and human. I don't think it's safe for people to live near radio/cell phone towers. Even electric transformers.
It's not safe anywhere around that stuff, or near the electrical boxes in your own home really.
We do though, and it might not be apparent, but it does affect us.
It's not any different than our contaminated tap water, we slowly poison ourselves without even noticing.
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In this case of mass die off the cause is known. The cost of this pink salmon die off is going to effect the ecosystem unfortunately. Hopefully these river systems salmon will survive this disaster. https://ca.yahoo.com/news/salmon-strugg ... 09741.html
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Would be nice for a garden if someone would pick them up, and could stand the smell.
At least they wouldn't be going to waste in the sun.
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Hopefully the beats and other scavengers can have a feast.
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Reverse Flash wrote: February 19th, 2022, 3:33 am
Blue Frost wrote: February 17th, 2022, 11:01 am A stationary cloud of gas, or a cold spot can linger a long time, but maybe there could have been something else, microwaves, or something :think:
I was thinking a high powered radio, or something military uses like radar can cause high microwaves.
When I used to go to work there would be warning near the airport for microwaves from the radar stations.
These microwaves must cause damage to birds and human. I don't think it's safe for people to live near radio/cell phone towers. Even electric transformers.
Yes do not put birds in microwaves... They explode and cause a huge mess.
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Do you know this from personal experience ?
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Gary Oak wrote: October 14th, 2022, 11:42 am Do you know this from personal experience ?
No. I always poke holes in them first.
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Cook beans upside down to let the gas out :spit:
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I didn’t realize how many mass animal ieoffs are going on. It appears to have become far worse than I imagined. I only looked at the last two years. This mass animal die off phenomenon appears to be forbidden knowledge. https://www.end-times-prophecy.org/anim ... times.html
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The Who, and other like them want bees dead so they can control food production themselves.
Coffee, Avocados, and a lot of other things are endangered thanks to them meddling to kill them off.
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It looks like there’s mass die offs of birds or fish weekly for years. How many was covid or Fukushima responsible for ? Have there been insect die offs that nobody noticed or any others unreported ? Are the Chinese creating pestilences to cause any of these die offs ?
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I used to have several species of Jumping spiders in my area, I only see two types now.
I don't see many like I used to see.
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