Hmm: Epidemic of dead fish sweeps the planet

Hmm: Epidemic of dead fish sweeps the planet
Dead fish in Rio. (Image: Screen grab of ODN video, YouTube)

[Ed. – When you dig into things like this, you almost always find evidence that it has happened before.  So I’m not convinced we’re facing an apocalyptic singularity.  Perhaps it has to do with the weather patterns that come and go with the Pacific Decadal Oscillation, which operates on a long cycle.  The PDO has profound effects on the Atlantic as well as the Pacific.  In any case, it is interesting, and especially so given reports that undersea volcanic activity has apparently increased.]

Why are millions upon millions of dead sea creatures suddenly washing up on beaches all over the world?  It is certainly not unusual for fish and other inhabitants of our oceans to die.  This happens all the time.  But over the past month we have seen a series of extremely alarming mass death incidents all over the planet.  As you will see below, many of these mass death incidents have involved more than 30 tons of fish.  In places such as Chile and Vietnam, it has already gotten to the level where it has started to become a major national crisis.  People see their coastlines absolutely buried in dead sea creatures, and they are starting to freak out. …

I could go on and on all day with examples…

Just within the last month, 40 tons of fish died in India, 65 tons of fish died in Cambodia, 70 tons of fish died in Colombia, and millions of fish “suddenly died” in Indonesia.

So why is this happening? …

Without a doubt, we have seen a dramatic rise in seismic activity during the early portions of 2016.

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