Wednesday, January 05, 2011

Why are fish and birds mass-perishing all over the world?

Awright, so at this point we've got...

...Thousands of dead fish and birds in Arkansas

...Thousands of dead fish in a river in Florida

...Bunches of dead birds in Kentucky

...More dead birds in Louisiana

...Thousands of dead fish in the Chesapeake Bay area

...Dead fish in New Zealand

...Countless birds found dead in Sweden

...Tons of dead fish washing ashore in Brazil

...Thousands of dead birds found in eastern Texas

So, what's going on here? This kind of thing worldwide, I'm rather reminded of what Goldfinger told James Bond: that first is happenstance, a second time is coincidence, a third time or more is... something else?

No, don't go calling me a "conspiracy theorist" or anything like that. But any person would be hard-pressed not to admit: that is a rather peculiar (and disturbing) pattern going on lately.

EDIT 4:29 p.m. EST: Add 40,000 dead crabs washed ashore in Great Britain to the list of weird animal deaths over the past several days.

3 comments:

Lee Shelton IV said...

Maybe there's something to this chemtrail thing after all.

PapaBear007 said...

What do you think it bro?

Chris Knight said...

Maybe it's just related to a lot of the freak weather we've had lately. If that's the case then, ultimately I'd blame the sun for the more wonky than usual sunspot cycle it's had lately (and NOT "glo-bull warming").

Well, I *hope* that's all it is, anyway.