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Starting a new thread to monitor effects of the Px system, now that it's near perihelion, upon wildlife and domesticated animals, including pets and livestock.

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Re: Effects of the Arrival of Px on Wildlife and Domesticated Animals
« Reply #1 on: February 01, 2018, 07:56:17 AM »
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sKDFgf0F4Uo

Film documenting the recent inexplicable mass death of 200 birds that fell from the sky in Utah recently.

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They were just falling out of the sky like leaves...

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Re: Effects of the Arrival of Px on Wildlife and Domesticated Animals
« Reply #2 on: February 01, 2018, 08:02:45 AM »
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sKDFgf0F4Uo

Same film documents thousands of dead starfish that washed ashore, as well as other species of fish.

Another recent documentary in January discussed the fishing void that has grown ever larger in the Pacific in the nearly 7 years' wake of Japan's loss of control over the Fukushima reactors in 2011.  Fishing has for millennia been a primary means of subsistence for the coastal poor, enabling them  to care for their families and earn a living. 
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Re: Effects of the Arrival of Px on Wildlife and Domesticated Animals
« Reply #3 on: February 01, 2018, 09:05:45 AM »
Starting a new thread to monitor effects of the Px system, now that it's near perihelion, upon wildlife and domesticated animals, including pets and livestock.

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...For we know that the whole creation groans and suffers the pains of childbirth together...

R.R. thanks for starting this new Topic,
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Re: Effects of the Arrival of Px on Wildlife and Domesticated Animals
« Reply #4 on: February 01, 2018, 02:36:18 PM »
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sKDFgf0F4Uo

Film documenting the recent inexplicable mass death of 200 birds that fell from the sky in Utah recently.

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They were just falling out of the sky like leaves...
The articles said it was starlings that were dying, but note in the upper photo the bird with the red head.  Starlings have no red on them that I've ever seen, so it may have been a mix of bird types, OR TPTB referred to the dead birds as starlings, because most people dislike them because they are not native and maybe TPTB will think it will be more "acceptable" to the general populace to say "it was only starlings".  Still, it's a sad day when all these life forms are dropping like flies.

Plus, IIRC, one of the articles mentioned the scene of the dead birds was only about 35 miles from a NSA facility.  Who knows what goes on there....

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Re: Effects of the Arrival of Px on Wildlife and Domesticated Animals
« Reply #5 on: February 01, 2018, 03:27:45 PM »
Oh, I didn't catch that about the NSA being nearby.  That does suggest a possible cause doesn't it?

Also, I didn't know that starlings weren't native birds!

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Re: Effects of the Arrival of Px on Wildlife and Domesticated Animals
« Reply #6 on: February 02, 2018, 12:07:04 PM »
Adding a list of Jim's reports on mass animal deaths and herd distress from his 1/1/18 - 2/2/18 Daily Headlines thread:

* Millions of kangaroos wiped out by mystery disease that causes massive haemorrhages and internal bleeding [Australia]

*  Large whales are dying along the East Coast at an alarming rate - 29 minkes in a year, 62 humpbacks in 2 years and 18 right whales in 8 months [USA]

*  Hundreds of dead and starving seabirds wash up on beaches at Tasman Bay, New Zealand

*  Animals are frozen solid as temperatures drop to -56 Celsius in Kazakhstan

*  Deer are dying from mysterious chronic wasting disease sparking concerns the infection could spread to humans [USA, Canada, South Korea, and Norway]

*  Over 1,000 turtles stunned by the unusually cold weather are rescued off Florida Panhandle [USA]

*  At least 12 snowy owls from the Arctic found dead in Kansas, likely starved to death [USA]

*  Humidity and hot temperatures triggered the deaths of more than 200,000 saiga antelopes in Kazakhstan, study says [May, 2015]

*  Endangered right whale's calving season peaks, but no young seen

*  Over 100 Olive Ridley turtles found dead along coast in Tamil Nadu, India

*  Mass of dead and dying seabirds on Bay of Plenty shores in New Zealand

*  Rash of dead birds found in Destin, Florida [USA]

*  100 Rare parrots found dead on road in New South Wales, Australia

*  Eight dolphins have stranded on the Irish coast in 13 days

*  Thousands of dead fish on Alabama beaches likely died of cold temperatures [USA]

*  Hundreds of dead fish mysteriously wash up on beach in Adelaide, Australia

*  Scientists warn of suffocating oceans as huge dead zones quadruple since 1950

*  Thousands of starfish wash up at Skegness, UK

*  Thousands of starfish wash up on beach at Edinburgh, Scotland [UK]

*  Increasing ocean temperatures in Great Barrier Reef has sea turtle population 'turning female' [Australia]

*  Thousands of flying foxes killed by record-breaking heatwave near Sydney, Australia

*  90 crows found dead at two parks in Saitama Prefecture, Japan

*  Ice-cold iguanas plunge from Florida trees during winter storm cold snap - UPDATE (VIDEO) [USA]

*  88 Gray dolphins die in 18 days off the coast of Rio de Janeiro state in Brazil

*  At least 20 starlings found dead along road in Lyons Brook, [Nova Scotia,] Canada

*  North America enters a freeze so deep even the penguins are panicking [Calgary Zoo, Canada]

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Re: Effects of the Arrival of Px on Wildlife and Domesticated Animals
« Reply #7 on: February 02, 2018, 01:41:37 PM »
Yowbarb Note: There is one type of die off which I feel predates any earth changes from PX -  the star fish.
I need to read more, I think it has gone on periodically a long time. Per wikipedia the star fish wasting plagues go back to early 1970s.
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"The 1972 plague was the first notable case of Sea Star Wasting Disease.[7] Scientists noticed a rapidly declining population of common starfish (Asterias rubens) occurring off the east coast of the United States. The symptoms were that the starfish became limp and lost limbs until finally melting into a white mucus like paste."

Sea star wasting disease or starfish wasting syndrome is a disease of starfish and several other echinoderms that appears sporadically, causing mass mortality of affected starfish. ... The disease seems to be associated with raised water temperatures.
Sea star wasting disease - Wikipedia
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sea_star_wasting_disease
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ALSO:

http://www.deepseanews.com/2013/12/three-reasons-why-fukushima-radiation-has-nothing-to-do-with-starfish-wasting-syndrome/   
Three Reasons Why Fukushima Radiation Has Nothing to Do with Starfish Wasting Syndrome


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Re: Effects of the Arrival of Px on Wildlife and Domesticated Animals
« Reply #8 on: February 02, 2018, 01:49:02 PM »
Adding a list of Jim's reports on mass animal deaths and herd distress from his 1/1/18 - 2/2/18 Daily Headlines thread:

* Millions of kangaroos wiped out by mystery disease that causes massive haemorrhages and internal bleeding [Australia]

*  Large whales are dying along the East Coast at an alarming rate - 29 minkes in a year, 62 humpbacks in 2 years and 18 right whales in 8 months [USA]

*  Hundreds of dead and starving seabirds wash up on beaches at Tasman Bay, New Zealand

*  Animals are frozen solid as temperatures drop to -56 Celsius in Kazakhstan

*  Deer are dying from mysterious chronic wasting disease sparking concerns the infection could spread to humans [USA, Canada, South Korea, and Norway]

*  Over 1,000 turtles stunned by the unusually cold weather are rescued off Florida Panhandle [USA]

*  At least 12 snowy owls from the Arctic found dead in Kansas, likely starved to death [USA]

*  Humidity and hot temperatures triggered the deaths of more than 200,000 saiga antelopes in Kazakhstan, study says [May, 2015]

*  Endangered right whale's calving season peaks, but no young seen

*  Over 100 Olive Ridley turtles found dead along coast in Tamil Nadu, India

*  Mass of dead and dying seabirds on Bay of Plenty shores in New Zealand

*  Rash of dead birds found in Destin, Florida [USA]

*  100 Rare parrots found dead on road in New South Wales, Australia

*  Eight dolphins have stranded on the Irish coast in 13 days

*  Thousands of dead fish on Alabama beaches likely died of cold temperatures [USA]

*  Hundreds of dead fish mysteriously wash up on beach in Adelaide, Australia

*  Scientists warn of suffocating oceans as huge dead zones quadruple since 1950

*  Thousands of starfish wash up at Skegness, UK

*  Thousands of starfish wash up on beach at Edinburgh, Scotland [UK]

*  Increasing ocean temperatures in Great Barrier Reef has sea turtle population 'turning female' [Australia]

*  Thousands of flying foxes killed by record-breaking heatwave near Sydney, Australia

*  90 crows found dead at two parks in Saitama Prefecture, Japan

*  Ice-cold iguanas plunge from Florida trees during winter storm cold snap - UPDATE (VIDEO) [USA]

*  88 Gray dolphins die in 18 days off the coast of Rio de Janeiro state in Brazil

*  At least 20 starlings found dead along road in Lyons Brook, [Nova Scotia,] Canada

*  North America enters a freeze so deep even the penguins are panicking [Calgary Zoo, Canada]

R.R. thanks for posting this, really sad...but important to know...

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Re: Effects of the Arrival of Px on Wildlife and Domesticated Animals
« Reply #9 on: February 03, 2018, 04:21:33 AM »
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Yowbarb Note: There is one type of die off which I feel predates any earth changes from PX -  the star fish.
I need to read more, I think it has gone on periodically a long time. Per wikipedia the star fish wasting plagues go back to early 1970s.

Dr. Albers is now saying that effects from Px began becoming known on earth around 1850, so I guess it may be possible that the warming of the ocean, even by a single degree or so, could date back further than we know.  But surely there is data on that somewhere...

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Re: Effects of the Arrival of Px on Wildlife and Domesticated Animals
« Reply #10 on: February 04, 2018, 11:20:06 AM »
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k8MGUo4RAEY

An audio recording with no visuals.

Perhaps there is no scientist like the outdoorsman whose surroundings are his constant laboratory.
In this video, Steve Olsen of WSO interviews a mountain man from deep in the heart of the North Carolina Appalachians living at 1,600' elevation, descended from ancestors from the same mountains.  He makes some startling observations about what the arrival of Px is doing to the animal and plant life there. 

*Seeds in the ground are germinating in mid-winter now, two months early. 

*The Farmer's Almanac can no longer be used as a guide, because the environment has changed too much.

*The South has gained an entire extra growing season.  He refers to this as the New Math.

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If I go by what the Old Timer's taught, I will lose most of my garden.

*Winters in the mountains now are "more aggressive," with the frostline down to two feet below ground.

*Summers are equally extreme now, threatening the existence of a variety of native plants.

*There is only a handful of native plants that can tolerate the new extremes.

*Crops that are native to Mexico and Canada are now thriving in Appalachia.

*He attributes the changes to one of three forces which he believes govern the natural world: solar, lunar and orbital (earth).

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This is relative to a cosmic event that is beyond us.

*There has been a noticeable difference especially in the last 5 years.

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That difference is changing at a rate that's hard to keep up with.

*Trout are spawning a week earlier every year.

*Regarding emotional impact of these changes upon the mountain people, he says that they are generally optimistic and adapting to the "new normal," with the silver lining that no environmental extreme stays around for any great length of time before a different extreme takes its place.

*The white tail deer in that area live on average 7 years.  Every 10 generations, their population begins to exceed their available food supply, and then there is a catastrophic event that reduces their population to 10 or 15% of what it was before.

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If we humans are no better than those animals, we will also face the same end.  Whether you base your observations on religion or upon science, the overall truth is that our population is outrunning our food supply.

*His people live in a place with a mountain that obliterates much of the night sky, called Dark Mountain.  In the past, they would catch more fish on a full moon.  However, something other than the moon is exerting a gravitational effect on the water there.  Now they fish on the new moon, in the pitch black darkness.  Normally, the lake is still until the moon rises over it.  Now, even without the rising moon on a dark night, there is something that is causing ripples across the entire lake.  That same influence is what is causing the change in the agricultural calendar.

*Even seeds that are not planted in the ground are now sprouting at the wrong time in the root cellar.

*He has seen a dramatic increase in animals cross-breeding, resulting in hybridization, such as two different species of fox, and feels that the animals are preparing themselves to survive something.











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Re: Effects of the Arrival of Px on Wildlife and Domesticated Animals
« Reply #11 on: February 05, 2018, 08:48:55 AM »
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NY9ezg2f_xA

Videographer posts a news story dated January 31 of hundreds of birds inexplicably falling from the sky in Utah.

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Re: Effects of the Arrival of Px on Wildlife and Domesticated Animals
« Reply #13 on: February 08, 2018, 06:54:00 PM »
Have only watched one so far, this:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EEWlM3EXj0Q

and the first thing that comes to mind is Monsanto.  Who knows?  Will watch more....

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Re: Effects of the Arrival of Px on Wildlife and Domesticated Animals
« Reply #14 on: February 08, 2018, 06:55:13 PM »
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and the first thing that comes to mind is Monsanto.

Wouldn't be surprised... ::)

 

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