End of the World? Mass Animal Die-Off of Birds and Fish

Source

The Bird and Fish Die-off: The End of the World?

The unusual die-off in the last week of birds and fish around the world has got the Internet cyberspace buzzing with an ominous question: Is it the end of the world?

Conspiracy theorists have long believed that a possible Armageddon type scenario is right around the corner. With the unexplained animal die-offs in the past week we kind of have to wonder though - are they on to something here? Why are the animals dying? Thousands of birds falling out of the sky in Kentucky is NOT normal. Any sane person knows this, and I for one don't buy the theory that they died on New Years eve because of "fireworks". Not only did thousands of birds drop out of the sky in Arkansas on Dec.31 but there has been a huge uptick in unexplained animal deaths in the past week (See map below as of Jan. 6, 2011)

Geez those must have been some mighty powerful fireworks to cause mass animal die-offs all around the globe! And since when did birds become so sensitive to fireworks? I have NEVER seen birds die from a fireworks display, and I live in an area that has many firework displays throughout the year.

End of Days Predictions are not Uncommon

We all know that people have been predicting the end of the world for quite some time now. This is not anything new. With the entrance of the Internet, information is available to us lay people at just the click of a button. Google "the end of the world" and you will come up with all kinds of websites with theories about the earth ending because of an alien invasion, war or climate change. Theories abound about where and when, especially the idea that the end of the world is just around the corner - according to the ancient Mayan predictions for the year 2012.

My own thoughts on the subject? I believe that there is now what I call an "awakening of the people". I think that people are becoming more and more aware now of the major changes that are going on in the world - but I believe that no one can predict the exact end of the world. We may sense it's coming, as many of us do, but no exact date or time will be given, nor do I think we'd want to know anyway? Isn't it hard enough just knowing that we already live in a very sick world and that any day could be our last? Why worry about the end of the world, even if it is not in our lifetime? What could we even do to change events anyway? Worrying about it will not change a thing!

Seeing mass animal die-offs is scary though - I think the "not knowing" is what's got people on edge. Over at Godlike Productions site theorists are even compiling a list of the dead birds, animals and fish die-off that has been occurring in the last week. Every day it seems more links of animals dying are added to the list - and people are rightfully concerned. They are asking "What is going on here??" Explanations of fireworks causing bird deaths just doesn't fly with me (excuse the pun) and I for one think there is a cover-up going on. Some savvy reporters aren't buying into the the whole fireworks thing either. Even some reputable news sites are running reports on end of the world type stuff and Armageddon.That in itself gives me moment to pause. When the mainstream media starts asking serious questions and even mentioning God, I think it's time to get our head out of the sand and start asking some serious questions ourselves.

This, I believe, is a moment of awakening. All people will not sense it but more people are definitely becoming aware to and following the serious Earth changes going on.


Some Plausible Theories for the Die-offs

My own ideas about the mass animal die-offs within the last week?

I think the Earth as we know it is slowly dying. Combined with our aggressive pursuit of oil and the lack of consideration for the place we call home, I think some massive changes are starting to take place. I think people are becoming aware that something is not right with our Earth. Combined with the massive BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico last year, I think we have done unrepairable damage to our ecosystems. The birds and fish dying could be related directly to the oil spill. The toxins used in the oil spill could somehow have sped up mass animal die-offs.

Methane gas is something else I ponder about in the animal deaths. Methane is a deadly gas that is being released from the Earth in unheard of levels by the melting of the Siberian permafrost. Outbursts and release of methane pockets can cause immediate death. In 1986 The sudden and immediate release of methane gas caused the deaths of 1,800 people around Lake Kivu in the Congo. If methane could kill this many people, I would be looking at methane as a suspect, at least in some of the bird and fish deaths.

Because the oil from the BP macondo oil well came from such a deep pocket in the Earth -Mississippi Canyon Block 252 (which goes under the Eastern side of the USA), I think some possible displacement has happened UNDER the earth, which could be leading to changes in the ecosystem. Not to mention that the New Madrid earthquake faultis in the area where many of the bird and fish deaths have occurred. Leaks of toxins perhaps?

Another theory I have is that the mass animal die-off could be related to HAARP and/or the magnetic pole changes that National Geographic talks about here (animals are very sensitive to electro-magnetic changes in the atmosphere) Birds are also very sensitive to methane gas.This could account for birds losing direction and "falling out of the sky".

Ever heard about the canary in the coal mine?

Being avidly interested in Earth cycles, I also believe that some of this is related to natural changes that occur here on Earth (we all know about the dinosaur extinction)

I think we have accelerated the demise of our earth though through reckless and wanton stripping of our resources here, up to and including our dependence on fossil fuel.

It Would be Scary Seeing Birds Drop Out of the Sky

So is it the end of the world?

I would never predict or presume to even know. I think however that the Earth is giving us signs that she is very ill. Animals are usually first predictors that something is wrong. I don't think we should or even can ignore the warning signs of what is happening - about to or might happen in our lifetime. I think being aware and being informed is important. I think taking steps to insure our families safety in disasters is important. Having a good supply of emergency food and a survival kit is good.

As for me and my house, we pray alot because we know that in the long run all of this is really our of our control anyway. We pray for discernment and safety, protection and guidance in things concerning our family and friends. We pray for them to be able to know God so that when calamities do occur, they are holding onto a rock for safety - God never leaves us no matter how many birds drop dead out of the sky.

More than anything I think I worry more about our up and coming generations. I worry about my grandchildren and have remorse for the world they have been born into. I know that they are going to see many changes the likes of which we never could have imagined or dreamed of.

The End of the World? Mass Bird and Fish Die-offs. Unexplained animal deaths. I think the animals are trying to tell us something.

Are we listening?

(Dorsi Diaz is a freelance writer and publisher)

Food for thought from the Bible:

1 Thessalonians 5:2-4 (NIV) for you know very well that the day of the Lord will come like a thief in the night. 3 While people are saying, "Peace and safety," destruction will come on them suddenly, as labor pains on a pregnant woman, and they will not escape. 4 But you, brothers, are not in darkness so that this day should surprise you like a thief.

Poll about Bird and Fish Recent Die-Offs

Are you worried about the recent bird and fish deaths?

  • Yes
  • No
  • I'm sure that something very wrong is happening
  • I think it's being blown out of proportion
See results without voting

Comments 60 comments

onceuponatime66 profile image

onceuponatime66 5 years ago from USA IL

The birds were huddled together and the temperature changed and they go spooked and hit one another killing them all. They do this to keep warm. either way it's no big deal.


Dorsi profile image

Dorsi 5 years ago from The San Francisco Bay Area Author

@onceuponatime66) Thanks for your comment. I'm following closely to see how this goes. Theories abound.


onceuponatime66 profile image

onceuponatime66 5 years ago from USA IL

I am excited to hear what you write. We talked about this at lunch today. Bats are dying and all over the world birds...the number has increased. Kinda strange. Don't believe it's the end of the world.


vox vocis profile image

vox vocis 5 years ago

Such an interesting hub! Oh, indeed, it is strange what happened with those birds, but in the last year there were almost 2000 serious natural catastrophies (as predicted by Nostradamus): volcano eruptions, floods, fires, oil spils (the Gulf of Mexico is #1, but there was a similar happening in the river Po - the largest river in Italy), climate changes...I think the mother Nature is striking back! It might get worse :-(


DeBorrah K. Ogans profile image

DeBorrah K. Ogans 5 years ago

Dorsi, This is a wonderful, informative, interesting hub and quite enlightening! It is an unusual phenomena all the sightings around the world of birds dropping from the sky, wild life dying and the continuing natural catastrophes occurring...

No doubt that we are in the last days; all the signs are quite apparent… But the Bible tells us that “no one knows about that day or the hour...” MATTHEW 24. But those of us who are believers KNOW that Jesus WILL return…! This is also why we are supposed to live each day as though Jesus is coming soon!

As you well stated: “As for me and my house, we pray a lot because we know that in the long run all of this is really our of our control anyway. We pray for discernment and safety, protection and guidance in things concerning our family and friends. We pray for them to be able to know God so that when calamities do occur, they are holding onto a rock for safety - God never leaves us no matter how many birds drop dead out of the sky.” Amen! & AMEN!!

I am most grateful that despite whatever takes place that God is in total control and Yes “He will NEVER leave nor forsake us…” We can have PEACE knowing that our true “security & significance” is in Him!

Thank you for sharing this most thought provoking article! In His Love, Grace, Peace, Joy & Blessings!


Mike G 5 years ago

Finally someone putting the end of the world into a reasonable perspective. why speculate on when exactly it's gonna be, its coming, sooner or later, maybe tomorrow, maybe a few billion years from now, possibly anytime between. but as individuals thats out of our control, we should just enjoy what we have and not worry to much about when its all gonna end (live every day as if it could be your last). There is definitely something wrong with our planet. perhaps global warming and green house gases are messing with the climate, perhaps we moved an inch closer to the sun than we are supposed to or our orbit changed by a fraction of a degree and the weather is directly related, who knows its all open to speculation. upon hearing about Arkansas i didn't think too much about the bird thing, i brushed it off as probably some military test flight or something causing a few sonic booms and killing some birds, but then a particular breed of fish dies off like the next day. and that makes me think its climate related seeing as particular breeds of fish need certain temperatures for suitable living conditions or perhaps someone has been tampering with the thought of gene-triggered bio-weapons and using particular breeds of animals as their testing grounds, either way who is to say exactly what is going on here. the methane is a good possibility in some cases, or perhaps our environment is just becoming too polluted, or a magnetic shift is disorientating the animals, especially in their migratory patters, and they are just in the wrong place at the wrong time. but in all honestly mass animal deaths happen all the time all over the place, and this could all just be one hell of a coincidence. personally i think it has a lot to do with how man-kind has "trashed" the earth, and that the apparent climate changes are directly related, where i live we usually get an abnormally warm week in December, this year it was short and came about a week a half to two weeks later than usual, which makes me suspect that something is definitely up with this rock we call home. Thank you for your wonderful article putting this whole mess into perspective.


VioletSun profile image

VioletSun 5 years ago from Oregon/ Name: Marie

My s/o and I have been talking about this for over a week, and we also don't buy into the fireworks explanation. The earth is changing and birds are sensitive, we also don't have theories yet.., but am sure we will soon. Thanks for writing this, will be sharing this hub with my friends!


Bob Ewing profile image

Bob Ewing 5 years ago from New Brunswick

A thoughtful presentation of an important topic, well done.


Dorsi profile image

Dorsi 5 years ago from The San Francisco Bay Area Author

@vox vocis)Yes natural disasters are really on the rise. Here is a good website that is updated daily with record breaking disasters:http://globaldisasterwatch.blogspot.com/

@DeBorrah K. Ogans) Thank you so much for the beautiful comment DeBorrah. Thank God we can depend on God no matter what happens. I do believe we have reached or surpassed a tipping point and we will see more things like this happening.

@Mike) Thank you so much. I have been pondering all these events, and others, for many years now. I think we are just starting to become more aware that something is not right with our Earth. I don't think this is a coincidence either, just trying to look at the bigger picture. Over 8,000 turtle doves died a couple days ago in Italy too, along with hundreds of birds yesterday in Taiwan. Strange.

@VioletSun) YW my friend!

@Bob) Nice to see you and glad you liked the hub.


Ohio Nick 5 years ago

Whenever you see this story on the news, it is one of those non-serious stories at the end of the broadcast and they put up a couple of "experts" telling us not to worry - that this happens all the time. To me, this seems like an obvious cover-up that something serious is going on but we can't have mass panic in the streets, so they just try to make a joke out of it. I believe all of this and the oil spill and the various earthquakes around the world are all ways the earth is telling us that it is in trouble. I am just learning about the "end of days" apocalypse stuff and the events going on in the world the last few years seem to follow exactly according to the predictions. But, is it too late or can we even do anything to stop it? I believe that on 12/21/12, the world may not necessarily end, but things will be dramatically different after that date.


tom hellert profile image

tom hellert 5 years ago from home

THERE HAVE BEEN NEARLY 20 INSTANCES OF mass bird die offs in the past 30 years- it seems to happen throuout the world especially in USA every 2 years or so- however the fish dying and the birds dying in AK is a bit bizarre it is possible that hazardous waste transport going cross country could have been released to the environment both water and air and caused the fish and bird kill It could just be happening more often- In the last 10 years we have logged 188 cases just involving birds with mortality exceeding 1,000 animals per event," the USGS expert told the Wall Sytreet Journal. FACT CHECK.ORG SAID ....Since the 1970s, the U.S. Geological Survey's National Wildlife Health Center in Wisconsin has tracked mass deaths among birds, fish and other critters, said wildlife disease specialist LeAnn White. At times the sky and the streams just turn deadly. Sometimes it's disease, sometimes pollution. Other times it's just a mystery.

wELCOMWE TO THE INFORMATION AGE OF INSTANT GRATIFICATION IN THE AGE OF 2012 PARANOIA

not to say that we are all NOT going to die at the end of next year but not becuse flockin bot load of Birds bite the dust...

Enjoy the end of days- trust me heaven aint that bad- I been there see my 3 hub series- shameful/shameless plug i know....

Cheers

TH


anthony rixon 5 years ago

this was true no body did no THE DAY NOR THE HOUR , the time that was printed, though GOD has give when the end days will arrive many years ago, the earth is entering into great tribulation , we do see many signs of the end now, we all are a witness to this.all theses thunders will will increase much more powerfully soon, there are around 6000 people on the earth that GOD has given the time that jesus christ is returning in 503 days-- 27-5-2012. devastating events will soon strike the earth.much much more than birds fallen from flight.


Sally's Trove profile image

Sally's Trove 5 years ago from Southeastern Pennsylvania

Thank you for reviewing this topic in a responsible and most informative way.

I can't help but be curious about how many similar events could have happened 50 years ago, 100 years ago, or 200 years ago (that's interesting info about USGS tracking in Tom's comment above, but the stats go back only 35 years or so). One thing we have today that we didn't not so long ago is this high-speed communications network called the Internet, to which anyone, anywhere can have instant access. Is it possible that just as many sinkholes opened up around the world in 1800 as in 2000? In 1800, unless a sinkhole appeared in our own community, we probably wouldn't know about it. I wonder what kinds of questions historians, geologists, biologists, and others are asking along these lines.


Dorsi profile image

Dorsi 5 years ago from The San Francisco Bay Area Author

@ohio nick) I don't think it's ever to late but there would need to be rapid changes made by our government especially concerning the climate. And I believe that you are right, they will not share with us the seriousness as to not cause mass panic.

@tom hellert) Great comment Tom, I'll have to stop by and read your hub buddy.

@anthony) Yes there is a lot of discussion that we are in the tribulation. Could be the beginning. Hard to say until we see more signs I suppose.

@Sally) So nice to see you my friend. I agree with you that it's hard to measure incidents without more of a historical background. And the internet makes info so easy to gather. Uncharted waters here I'd say. We just need to wait and see how many bird and fish incidents occur over the next few weeks. That will be telling.


mistyhorizon2003 profile image

mistyhorizon2003 5 years ago from Guernsey (Channel Islands)

Hi Dorsi,

Great Hub, truly loved it as it provokes further thought on this subject. I don't buy into the fireworks idea either, mainly because now there are multiple cases in multiple species, not just birds. I also don't buy into the fact this goes on ALL the time, as if it goes on at this level, all the time, then why is it only on the worldwide news now and not every week?

I don't believe the 'Rapture' theory either. In fact, overall, I suspect these mass deaths, across multiple species around the world, are no doubt as a result of humans damaging the planet, and as per usual upsetting the natural balance in order to further their own selfish goals.

Where this will end is anybodies guess, we can only hope that it is not too late to undo the damage if we have caused it and are willing to therefore 'fix' it somehow.

Fab hub and rated up.


Lady Guinevere profile image

Lady Guinevere 5 years ago from West Virginia

As far as the fish kill, there wre many, mnay nore killed in the same region in 1976. As far as the birds it could be something like the same pesticide that was used when those two little girls died a couple of days ago when playing in their yard. Chemicals and other things travel in air pockets all the time all over the earth. I just think there is more media coverage then there used to be and it nakes it all seem ominous amd blown out of proportion.

Large areas of fish die each year because of wgat is known as the "Red Tide", which is just another algea. We don't know only but a tenth of the planet that we live on so I don't think we should jump to any conclusions.

According to biblical predictions Christ said that he wpuld be back in 1000 years. Well when he didn't come back people are now just looking for signs to fullfill.


mistyhorizon2003 profile image

mistyhorizon2003 5 years ago from Guernsey (Channel Islands)

Mind you LG, you have to admit the 'Map' above for 'this week' is pretty compelling, especially if you visit the link and read the details for each region.

Media Coverage has had the ability to spread such news globally and quickly for some years now, so unless this level of unexplained deaths has only happened once in the last 20 years for example, why is this the first time it has really hit the headlines?


Dorsi profile image

Dorsi 5 years ago from The San Francisco Bay Area Author

@mistyhorizon2003) Nice to see you Misty and thanks for the great comments. I'll keep us updated!

@Lady Guinevere) Thanks for reading and the thoughtful comment. I personally think these deaths are above average. Without a trend though to follow it's hard to graph. I think that's why it's important especially now to keep an updated die-off list.


Lucky Cats profile image

Lucky Cats 5 years ago from The beautiful Napa Valley, California

Dorsi, this is a very excellent hub with lots of information, examples and underscoring material. I really appreciate reading good writing and yours is just that! Voted UP and Useful and Awesome, thank you so much for sharing all your research and information on this very concerning recent occurance.


macrobin profile image

macrobin 5 years ago from Amarillo, Texas

Thanks so much for writing this! I don't know if the theories are truth, but if the whole '2012' Mayan calendar issue is truth, then we are probably right on course!


Dorsi profile image

Dorsi 5 years ago from The San Francisco Bay Area Author

@Lucky Cats) Thank you so much Lucky. I'm going to be putting together an ongoing list to track animal die-offs. Great to see you!

@macrobin) Thanks for reading. I think 2011 will be an interesting year.


Dorsi profile image

Dorsi 5 years ago from The San Francisco Bay Area Author

@Lucky Cats) Thank you so much Lucky. I'm going to be putting together an ongoing list to track animal die-offs. Great to see you!

@macrobin) Thanks for reading. I think 2011 will be an interesting year.


Iontach profile image

Iontach 5 years ago

You never know it could be the end of the world or maybe just a big change. The weather worldwide is gone haywire and with the die off of animals things seem a little grim.

The weather here in Ireland has just been OTT weird this winter, plus so many plants died this winter that have been in my garden for years!

Another thing, kind of off topic, but I haven't seen wasps in years! I remember a few years ago they were everywhere,this year i didn't see any (bar about two).

Something is changing and you can feel it.


Lady Guinevere profile image

Lady Guinevere 5 years ago from West Virginia

Another thing we forget....as things and species die off there are as many, if not more, newer things that emerge. New species are being found all the time. A good place to research is ScienceDaily.com


Lady Guinevere profile image

Lady Guinevere 5 years ago from West Virginia

Here is the link and this front page changes often: http://www.sciencedaily.com/

Here's the story of the birds: http://www.newsdaily.com/stories/tre70534t-us-deat...


Dorsi profile image

Dorsi 5 years ago from The San Francisco Bay Area Author

@Iontach) I agree something is very off. Our weather in Cali has been strange too. Very very cold right now. And I had roses in Dec.! Seems like the garden has no rhyme or reason right now. Strange stuff.

@)Lady Guinevere) Thanks for the links and yes, just look at the jellyfish. They are taking over the oceans now!


Hello, hello, profile image

Hello, hello, 5 years ago from London, UK

It certainly makes you wonder.


Dorsi profile image

Dorsi 5 years ago from The San Francisco Bay Area Author

hello,hello) It sure does, doesn't it?


tcfsu profile image

tcfsu 5 years ago from Tallahassee, Florida

This is very strange, however I don't believe in the whole 2012 theory. Interesting article though!


Tranquilheart profile image

Tranquilheart 5 years ago from Canada

Have you seen this?

Turtle Doves Poisoned by Sunflower Seeds

http://nymag.com/daily/intel/2011/01/the_turtle_do...


Tranquilheart profile image

Tranquilheart 5 years ago from Canada


Dorsi profile image

Dorsi 5 years ago from The San Francisco Bay Area Author

@tcfsu) I don't believe in the 2012 theory either. Weird animal die-offs though!

Tranquilheart) Thanks for the link!


me 5 years ago

i feel sooooooooo baaaaaaaaaad that the animals all around the world are diing


Steve Watt 5 years ago

Chronological presentation of the recent fish and bird kills

http://www.thejoyluckclub.com/Mass_Fish_and_Bird_K...


Dorsi profile image

Dorsi 5 years ago from The San Francisco Bay Area Author

@Steve) Great link. Thanks!


superwags profile image

superwags 5 years ago from UK

From the point of view of the die-offs in the Northern Hemisphere, and Europe in particular, we've just endured an incredible period of cold weather. It has been colder in Western Europe than in the previous 40 odd years which explains the die-offs of Jackdaws and Swimmer Crabs.

I think there's also the fact of "better" reporting of such events on a global level. 10 years ago it's unlikely that the media would have picked up on stories from all over the planet and spuriously connected them. I suspect this is a product of the internet age; perhaps as this post goes some way to proving!


Dorsi profile image

Dorsi 5 years ago from The San Francisco Bay Area Author

@superwags) I agree - I think the cold weather/climate change is a big cause of many of these animal deaths. Thanks for stopping by and reading.


Lady Guinevere profile image

Lady Guinevere 5 years ago from West Virginia

I just got this today and it states the the government had a hand in kiling off the birds: http://www.truth-out.org/bye-bye-blackbird-usda-ac...


Dorsi profile image

Dorsi 5 years ago from The San Francisco Bay Area Author

@Lady) I saw that on one of the last die-offs. I wonder how many they have had a hand in?


jack 5 years ago

I think the magnetic senses that both birds and fish have are being corrupted by the coming pole shift (end of the world) , and this is what is causing the deaths, mainly the birds, which would cause them to fly into walls or other objects, as they said inpact was the cause the cause of deaths for the birds


Brandon 5 years ago

Hate to break it to you but this is NOT normal. I'm not a smart man at all but something is just plain WRONG with this earth. God's terrible wrath is approaching. Jesus did say we won't know the day or the hour, but everyone loves to quote that. Jesus also said that we WOULD know when it is near even at the doors. No matter what the debunkers say it is coming and they can't stop it. Stop God?! LOL! He also said this time would be like the days of Noah. People would deny and deny.


Brandon 5 years ago

I also meant to mention and forgot. Stupid me. This doesn't happen all the time. I heard nothing of this on the news last year the year before and before that one. I watch the news all the time.


Dorsi profile image

Dorsi 5 years ago from The San Francisco Bay Area Author

@Jack) I agree that the magnetic poles have something to do with the bird die-offs.

@brandon) Thanks for reading and the comments.


Lady Guinevere profile image

Lady Guinevere 5 years ago from West Virginia

Bard Of Ely has a good many hubs about this that you may want to go look at and read. One is the culling of the population--all government rigged.


Enlydia Listener profile image

Enlydia Listener 5 years ago from trailer in the country

Hi Dorsi...makes you think, doesn't it? I think it is an omen.


Dorsi profile image

Dorsi 5 years ago from The San Francisco Bay Area Author

@Lady) Thanks for reading. It looks we have like thoughts. Bard and I have discussed some of this stuff too - another like thinker! There is so much we aren't told by the MSM. It's a good thing we can look for the truth ourselves although we can't always come up with solid answers. I'm sure the TPTB know many of the answers that they are keeping quiet about though....

@Enlydia) Yes it sure does. I've been following this a lot and there are still a lot of unexplained animal deaths since I wrote this hub about the mass animal deaths.


orchidmyst profile image

orchidmyst 5 years ago from Redding Ca

Thank you for the read..the end times may be coming..check out my hub


Dorsi profile image

Dorsi 5 years ago from The San Francisco Bay Area Author

@orchidmyst) TY! And I'll check that out.


crystolite profile image

crystolite 5 years ago from Houston TX

Nice informative hub,thanks for sharing.


Shahid Bukhari profile image

Shahid Bukhari 5 years ago from My Awareness in Being.

Add to the list ... of Birds, Fishes and Animals ... the Strange new phenomenon ... The worldwide "Itchings" of the human skin ... though being presently ignored in being Unrelateable, due its scattered occurrence ... one being pragmatically ascribed to Winter "dryness" ... as Multinationals make tons of money ...

My friend, this is the new Synthetic life Virus ... Though I cannot say, if it will be the cause, of the Promised Armageddon ... leading to The Stilling of Everything Created ... The "Qiyamah" ...


savannah 5 years ago

today we were walking around our house and we found a couple of died birds laing in the yard. its been a big thing all around the world is coming to an end as we know it with japan and all the sittings of all sorts of crazy things help. IS THE WORLD COMING TO A END AS WE KNOW IT?


Dorsi profile image

Dorsi 5 years ago from The San Francisco Bay Area Author

@crysstolite) YW!

@shahid) I had not heard of this! Wonder what could be casuing it?

@svannah) Many global changes happening faster. It's not good.


SanXuary 4 years ago

Global warming is not a theory but a fact. You can not continue to raise the amount of carbon in the atmosphere and not have consequences. The number one polluter today is factory farming and it effects water the most, followed by air pollution. The ocean has been the worlds toilet for a long time. You forgot the massive die off of bees. Europe had the same problem but banned bio-engineered foods and it solved the problem. There is currently no research outside of the industry that makes these products or any regulations. What we our witnessing is climate change and many species are going to perish. New super bugs are dangerously likely to occur as well. Less diversity is likely to decrease our chances of survival.


Dorsi profile image

Dorsi 4 years ago from The San Francisco Bay Area Author

@San) Thank you for the awesome and informative comment. Yes climate change and global warming are a fact that we are now witnessing before our very eyes.Thanks for reading.


suzzycue profile image

suzzycue 4 years ago from Ontario, Canada

It is terrible that this is happening. Smelt fish floated up dead on the shores of Lake Huron of the Great Lakes for years now. There is very few of them left. We use to have fun catching them in the spring of the year. I am hoping all these die offs doesn't mean the end of these species of birds or fish.


Dorsi profile image

Dorsi 4 years ago from The San Francisco Bay Area Author

@suzzy) Yes it's terrible to see this happening before our very eyes. I have a feeling we will see many extinctions in our lifetime, sadly.


Dorsi profile image

Dorsi 4 years ago from The San Francisco Bay Area Author

OH NOOOO, heads up, mass die off, over 600 dolphins wash up, just read the report here.

I can't believe I missed this....

http://hisz.rsoe.hu/alertmap/site/?pageid=event_de...


John Whittle. Newport. WALES.UK. 4 years ago

Hi Dorsi. I have just read the report of the dolphin deaths. It reminded me of a time a few years back walking along a well know Welsh beach, my wife and I counted over 300 dead jelly fish. We thought at the time it may have been the result of pollution, but then why only jelly fish? No other bodies were washed up, no other marine corpses were present, only jelly fish. Most odd to say the least.

Pity about 'Onceuponatime66' from 15 months ago, she closes her commentary with 'Don't believe in the end of the world' and as yet has not made any other contributions. That would have been a great topic to follow up even if only for her benefit, but it's good to see that many have included quotes from scripture to support these end-time events. The end of the world is definitely coming to an end.......it is written and nothing can stop this. People need to know the truth, and everything that is happening is prophetically ordained by the Supreme creator.


John Whittle. Newport. WALES.UK. 4 years ago

Dorsi: Have a look at this:- Human Genome Project Opens the Door to Ethnically Specific ...www.projectcensored.org/.../16-human-genome-project-opens-the-d...

In October 1997, Dr. Wayne Nathanson, chief of the Science and Ethics Department of the Medical Society of the United Kingdom, warned the annual meeting of the Society that “gene therapy” might possibly be turned into “gene weapons” which could potentially be used to target particular genes possessed by certain groups of people. These weapons, Nathanson warned, could be delivered not only in the forms already seen in warfare such as gas and aerosol, but could also be added to water supplies, causing not only death but sterility and birth defects in targeted groups.

Were those birds and sea creatures used as 'guinea-pigs' in an experiment to test the effectiveness of biological warefare?


Dorsi profile image

Dorsi 4 years ago from The San Francisco Bay Area Author

Hi John. That is definitely an interesting thought. I know I don't trust the government as far as I can throw a stick. I wouldn't be surprised.

    0 of 8192 characters used
    Post Comment

    No HTML is allowed in comments, but URLs will be hyperlinked. Comments are not for promoting your articles or other sites.


    More by this Author


    Click to Rate This Article
    working