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More Fish on the Move

 
Anonymous Coward
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03/04/2010 02:58 PM
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Oh my and then this -

4 March 2010
Thousands of dead octopuses have washed up on a beach in northern Portugal, in what is being called an environmental disaster. They cover a 5-mile stretch of Vila Nova de Gaia beach - no reason has yet been found for their appearance. The authorities have warned the public not to eat them. MEANWHILE: WELLINGTON: More than 120 whales died over 48 hours in two separate beachings in New Zealand, the Department of Conservation said on Monday. More than 20 pilot whales will be buried by Coromandel Maori on Monday after dying when they became stranded on Sunday. Sixty-three whales, mostly...

[link to news.bbc.co.uk]

Video and all - WEIRD - very weird when you piece it all together, all over the world like this.


That actually happened at the beginning of January, but it's still relevant because this has been happening for the last little while.
 Quoting: Full Circle


Very good eye - sorry about that - got linked in via some sort of other site, where it had today's date.
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03/04/2010 02:59 PM
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Very good eye - sorry about that - got linked in via some sort of other site, where it had today's date.
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No worries. It might be something someone hasn't seen yet. :)
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03/04/2010 03:06 PM
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Here is a recent story, about the steady, but heavy decline of eel populations:

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Page last updated at 16:16 GMT, Wednesday, 3 March 2010

Very little is known about the eel, and, as Andrew says: "The more we find out, the less we know."
Severn Bore (Image: Sustainable Eel Group)
The Severn Bore is one of the best examples of its kind in the world

It has never been seen breeding, although it is believed it mates in the Sargasso Sea, just north of Bermuda. No adult eel, however, has ever been found in the area.

This sea supports both the European and American eel - but nobody knows how each species ends up making its respective long journey across the oceans, drifting on the fast-moving currents.

For the European eel to get here takes about two years, and until recently, baby, or glass eels, would teem up the rivers of the UK.

"The scale of their abundance was overwhelming," says Mr Kerr.

"Entire communities would live on them; indeed at this point on the Severn they were even used to fertilise the fields."

But, just as the life of the eel is as opaque as the depths of the oceans in which they make their mammoth journeys, so is the rapid decline in numbers that fishermen and conservationists have reported on rivers and waterways and lakes across Europe.

'Dramatic decline'

"We're talking about relative decline here," says Mr Kerr.

"This is not a tiger, with only a thousand left. There will still be millions of glass eels in the Severn this year.

"But there is no doubt that the scale of decline has been dramatic - a 70% reduction overall."

A European recovery plan was put in place in 2009 by the European Commission.

It required all countries to create "eel plans" for their river basin districts which would allow recovery and its sustainable use for food, and ensure that enough adult eels would make the journey back to their spawning grounds.

It also was supposed to ensure that all EU countries reserved a certain number of eels for conservation and restocking work across the 27-nation bloc.
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03/04/2010 03:16 PM
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I was attacked by birds walking into Del Taco yesterday (LA,CA). Just as I reached the door, two birds flew down and hit my arm.
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they were trying to tell you not to eat at that shitty place..LOL

seriously though... that's freaky.. hiding
Water always wins. :sun:
Anonymous Coward
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03/04/2010 04:29 PM
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What's with all the fish threads?




I think it's pretty easy to figure out. The fish are attempting to go where the ocean will soon rise and land will be displaced.

Get your rubbers folks.


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damned
bed
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03/04/2010 04:44 PM

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But if you subscribe to the Electric Universe theory like I do, we are all affected by it.
 Quoting: Full Circle


Explains why I imagined buddhist monks delivered me to my next womb door via the electric pole. ;)
No yesterday, no tomorrow.
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03/04/2010 06:07 PM
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Trouble with the Gulf Stream is my guess.



Or magnetics?
 Quoting: Full Circle

correct again!

x hf
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03/04/2010 06:30 PM
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Still think those fish are dieing from lack of oxygen.

This area of water had been kept clear because of the glacier, said Steve Rintoul, a leading climate expert. With part of the glacier gone, the area could fill with sea ice, which would disrupt the sinking ability of the dense and cold water.

This sinking water is what spills into ocean basins and feeds the global ocean currents with oxygen, Rintoul explained.

As there are only a few areas in the world where this occurs, a slowing of the process would mean less oxygen supplied into the deep currents that feed the oceans.

"There may be regions of the world's oceans that lose oxygen, and then of course most of the life there will die," said Mario Hoppema, chemical oceanographer at the Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research in Germany.
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03/04/2010 07:09 PM
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check out the chart at the link full circle....x

An army of Asian carp is itching to invade new waters again, barely taking a breather after its three-decade conquest of the Mississippi River Basin. The ambitious foreign fish are still multiplying even as they deplete native food supplies, and now they're eyeing their biggest prize yet: the Great Lakes, Earth's largest freshwater ecosystem.


[link to www.mnn.com]
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03/04/2010 07:22 PM
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also don't forget our contribution to the cause... : (


The tiny particles of salt that blanket the roads during harsh winter storms bring temporary relief to drivers racing down icy roads, but wreak havoc on vulnerable ecosystems a short drive away.

In some cases, road salt is destroying them altogether.

An extensive five-year study published this week by researchers at the University of Toronto Scarborough found that Frenchman’s Bay, a coastal inland bay in Pickering considered by many to be the “jewel” of the city’s waterfront, is a stew of harsh contaminants with levels far exceeding provincial water standards.

[link to www.thestar.com]
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03/04/2010 07:33 PM
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Great find OP! I have added this article to my thread "Strange Migrations (Land, Air, Sea)" found here: Thread: Strange Migrations (Land, Air, Sea)

There is a link to your thread under the article. Lots of "fishy" stories these days!
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03/04/2010 08:21 PM
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The marine life really is acting odd of late..
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03/04/2010 10:12 PM
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Particularly the marine life reported falling from the skies!
Full Circle (OP)

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03/04/2010 10:16 PM
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check out the chart at the link full circle....x

An army of Asian carp is itching to invade new waters again, barely taking a breather after its three-decade conquest of the Mississippi River Basin. The ambitious foreign fish are still multiplying even as they deplete native food supplies, and now they're eyeing their biggest prize yet: the Great Lakes, Earth's largest freshwater ecosystem.


[link to www.mnn.com]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 907077


I remember reading about that a while ago. Lake Superior was the last lake for them to take over right?
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03/05/2010 09:38 PM
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check out the chart at the link full circle....x

An army of Asian carp is itching to invade new waters again, barely taking a breather after its three-decade conquest of the Mississippi River Basin. The ambitious foreign fish are still multiplying even as they deplete native food supplies, and now they're eyeing their biggest prize yet: the Great Lakes, Earth's largest freshwater ecosystem.


[link to www.mnn.com]


I remember reading about that a while ago. Lake Superior was the last lake for them to take over right?
 Quoting: Full Circle

all that is keeping them out now are electric fences.

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03/05/2010 09:44 PM
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btw Full Circle .......as song for you x

hf
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03/05/2010 09:53 PM
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btw Full Circle .......as song for you x

hf
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Thank you so much!! hugs

Yes. The magic is happening!
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03/05/2010 10:24 PM
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btw Full Circle .......as song for you x

hf


Thank you so much!! hugs

Yes. The magic is happening!
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i am glad you liked hugs the best words i have heard in a long time !
Full Circle (OP)

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03/05/2010 10:28 PM
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btw Full Circle .......as song for you x

hf


Thank you so much!! hugs

Yes. The magic is happening!

i am glad you liked hugs the best words i have heard in a long time !
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Stay in your heart. Keep your head close to the stars and TRUST!
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btw Full Circle .......as song for you x

hf


Thank you so much!! hugs

Yes. The magic is happening!

i am glad you liked hugs the best words i have heard in a long time !



Stay in your heart. Keep your head close to the stars and TRUST!
 Quoting: Full Circle

there's something in the air....its not my imagination . i see it everywhere!
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there's something in the air....its not my imagination . i see it everywhere!
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No. It's not imagination. It's a beautiful thing...and yet bittersweet at the same time. You know?
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there's something in the air....its not my imagination . i see it everywhere!


No. It's not imagination. It's a beautiful thing...and yet bittersweet at the same time. You know?
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yes i know what you mean always ; )
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there's something in the air....its not my imagination . i see it everywhere!


No. It's not imagination. It's a beautiful thing...and yet bittersweet at the same time. You know?

yes i know what you mean always ; )
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Why does your number change so much?
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there's something in the air....its not my imagination . i see it everywhere!


No. It's not imagination. It's a beautiful thing...and yet bittersweet at the same time. You know?

yes i know what you mean always ; )



Why does your number change so much?
 Quoting: Full Circle


most of the time the AC's numbers change when you delete cookies or whatever..
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03/06/2010 12:41 AM
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bump
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03/06/2010 10:16 AM
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hi Full Circle ! its a beautiful day! anothe song for you x hf

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03/06/2010 11:51 AM
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03/15/2010 02:42 PM
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i wish i could talk to you somehow.. : ( i contacted the admin. and they told me that you have to write him directly....

ps.. sorry about any confusion. i wish i could explain more.

hope all is well.. : (

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