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98% of parts of the Pacific Ocean Covered with dead sea creatures: Fukushima, or..?

 
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98% of parts of the Pacific Ocean Covered with dead sea creatures: Fukushima, or..?
First the Gulf fishery was devastated by British Petroleum, now this?...

[link to chrisinmaryville.net]

In the future, the oceans were supposed to save mankind from starvation....


Hmmm... Can you say, "Georgia Guidestones?"
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Re: 98% of parts of the Pacific Ocean Covered with dead sea creatures: Fukushima, or..?
I am an arch-conservative who recently left the Republican Party because it is way too liberal for me.

Really I describe myself as a Constitutional patriots, but whatever...

I didn't write the article, love the PETA sign that says "People Eating Tasty Animals," am an avid hunter and sports fisherman, have had a anti-NWO talk show on AM radio, but this looks bad.

You don't have to be a greenie to see that.
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Re: 98% of parts of the Pacific Ocean Covered with dead sea creatures: Fukushima, or..?
These other mass die-offs are more than coincidence too, I think. Something is definitely going on, whether it is Fuku or not...
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Re: 98% of parts of the Pacific Ocean Covered with dead sea creatures: Fukushima, or..?
Referring to your die offs, [link to phys.org]

But in regards to fuku, arent they manually removing fuel assemblies currently?
[link to www.theherald.com.au]
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Re: 98% of parts of the Pacific Ocean Covered with dead sea creatures: Fukushima, or..?
Haven't kept a close watch on what's going on there, and I know there's been a lot of fear-mongering here over it, but these die-offs are even starting to get my attention.
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Between Navy Sonar, methane releases, and fuku fallout, the oceans are being pillaged and raped. We are asking for a major reaction from the planet, and it will be a big ole reset non one will escape (physically) if we arent careful.
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Re: 98% of parts of the Pacific Ocean Covered with dead sea creatures: Fukushima, or..?
Methane releases would be by far the biggest factor, I would think, and that is probably a long-term cyclical phenomenon.

Methane is the REAL greenhouse gas, and we don't talk about that much, because man didn't do it.
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Methane releases would be by far the biggest factor, I would think, and that is probably a long-term cyclical phenomenon.

Methane is the REAL greenhouse gas, and we don't talk about that much, because man didn't do it.
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Which has been releasing from the arctic in unprecedented amounts lately...
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Methane releases would be by far the biggest factor, I would think, and that is probably a long-term cyclical phenomenon.

Methane is the REAL greenhouse gas, and we don't talk about that much, because man didn't do it.
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Which has been releasing from the arctic in unprecedented amounts lately...
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OK...could methane be causing these mass die-offs?
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the whole planet is turning into Detroit
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Re: 98% of parts of the Pacific Ocean Covered with dead sea creatures: Fukushima, or..?
Open your bibles folks. Revelation 8:9
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Re: 98% of parts of the Pacific Ocean Covered with dead sea creatures: Fukushima, or..?
Something has to fall from the sky to poison waters.
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Something has to fall from the sky to poison waters.
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That's not true. Anaerobic bacteria that live at the bottoms of lakes, seas and oceans produce deadly hydrogen sulfide. Then when the chemocline rises to the surface, the waters belch accumulated methane and hydrogen sulfide into the air too. It was hydrogen sulfide that wiped out 90% of life in the Permian-Triassic extinction event (96% of ocean species died, not quite that bad on land). It's old-school cyclic doom from the depths, happens every once in a while.

The Inner Harbor in Baltimore recently turned milky green-white, all the fish died, and there was a 'sulfur smell' in the air. That was the chemocline rising to the surface, smothering the fish, and releasing accumulated methane and hydrogen sulfide into the air. A couple of people were found mysteriously dead in the harbor that week too, to go along with the dead fish. Hydrogen sulfide's been detected along the coasts in California too. A school was just evacuated because of hydrogen sulfide on the coast in Middletown (New Jersey). A 'rotten egg' odor was wafting in off the ocean in Quincy (Massachusetts). And on and on.

An ancient extinction event is upon us. Make sure you have a lifetime supply of breathable air in your preps and you should be fine.
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Re: 98% of parts of the Pacific Ocean Covered with dead sea creatures: Fukushima, or..?
We have already killed the Ocean, and that leads to great hardships on the land.

We shouldn't be discussing Global Warming, Climate Change or anything else right now...

We should be preparing for the world to nearly end.

It isn't hundreds of times worse than predicted, it's thousands of times worse.

The only way through this is to become something much stronger and better than we were before.

As a species.

So, in short. "We alls gonna die".

We should have had fifty years, but it looks like that was just shortened a whole bunch. Thanks Japan.
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Re: 98% of parts of the Pacific Ocean Covered with dead sea creatures: Fukushima, or..?
We shouldn't be discussing Global Warming
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Global warming is actually a central issue...


[link to www.youtube.com]


[link to www.youtube.com]
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Re: 98% of parts of the Pacific Ocean Covered with dead sea creatures: Fukushima, or..?
Ummmm...... 98% of what???

Parts of the pacific ocean, what parts?? What percentage of the pacific ocean?? 1%, 10%, 50%

Your thread title is very confusing
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Re: 98% of parts of the Pacific Ocean Covered with dead sea creatures: Fukushima, or..?
The parts mentioned in the article, of course.
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Re: 98% of parts of the Pacific Ocean Covered with dead sea creatures: Fukushima, or..?
Something has to fall from the sky to poison waters.
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That's not true. Anaerobic bacteria that live at the bottoms of lakes, seas and oceans produce deadly hydrogen sulfide. Then when the chemocline rises to the surface, the waters belch accumulated methane and hydrogen sulfide into the air too. It was hydrogen sulfide that wiped out 90% of life in the Permian-Triassic extinction event (96% of ocean species died, not quite that bad on land). It's old-school cyclic doom from the depths, happens every once in a while.

The Inner Harbor in Baltimore recently turned milky green-white, all the fish died, and there was a 'sulfur smell' in the air. That was the chemocline rising to the surface, smothering the fish, and releasing accumulated methane and hydrogen sulfide into the air. A couple of people were found mysteriously dead in the harbor that week too, to go along with the dead fish. Hydrogen sulfide's been detected along the coasts in California too. A school was just evacuated because of hydrogen sulfide on the coast in Middletown (New Jersey). A 'rotten egg' odor was wafting in off the ocean in Quincy (Massachusetts). And on and on.

An ancient extinction event is upon us. Make sure you have a lifetime supply of breathable air in your preps and you should be fine.
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I am referring to Biblically.
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Re: 98% of parts of the Pacific Ocean Covered with dead sea creatures: Fukushima, or..?
We have already killed the Ocean, and that leads to great hardships on the land.

We shouldn't be discussing Global Warming, Climate Change or anything else right now...

We should be preparing for the world to nearly end.

It isn't hundreds of times worse than predicted, it's thousands of times worse.

The only way through this is to become something much stronger and better than we were before.

As a species.

So, in short. "We alls gonna die".

We should have had fifty years, but it looks like that was just shortened a whole bunch. Thanks Japan.
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No. I don't think it's THAT bad...at least not yet.
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Re: 98% of parts of the Pacific Ocean Covered with dead sea creatures: Fukushima, or..?
Something has to fall from the sky to poison waters.
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That's not true. Anaerobic bacteria that live at the bottoms of lakes, seas and oceans produce deadly hydrogen sulfide. Then when the chemocline rises to the surface, the waters belch accumulated methane and hydrogen sulfide into the air too. It was hydrogen sulfide that wiped out 90% of life in the Permian-Triassic extinction event (96% of ocean species died, not quite that bad on land). It's old-school cyclic doom from the depths, happens every once in a while.

The Inner Harbor in Baltimore recently turned milky green-white, all the fish died, and there was a 'sulfur smell' in the air. That was the chemocline rising to the surface, smothering the fish, and releasing accumulated methane and hydrogen sulfide into the air. A couple of people were found mysteriously dead in the harbor that week too, to go along with the dead fish. Hydrogen sulfide's been detected along the coasts in California too. A school was just evacuated because of hydrogen sulfide on the coast in Middletown (New Jersey). A 'rotten egg' odor was wafting in off the ocean in Quincy (Massachusetts). And on and on.

An ancient extinction event is upon us. Make sure you have a lifetime supply of breathable air in your preps and you should be fine.
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I am referring to Biblically.
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Whether or not you were talking biblically, this AC makes an excellent point (beat me to it, actually). Something doesn't have to fall from the sky to account for the dye offs. And too many dye offs create what the AC posted -a hydrogen sulfide extinction sometime down the line.

Thanks for link about the Fukushima aftermath - good read.
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Re: 98% of parts of the Pacific Ocean Covered with dead sea creatures: Fukushima, or..?
The Sun's completes an almost circular orbit of the center (of the galaxy) about every 250 million years."

The Permian-Triassic Mass Extinction - 250 million years ago

same place, same event coming?
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Re: 98% of parts of the Pacific Ocean Covered with dead sea creatures: Fukushima, or..?
The Sun's completes an almost circular orbit of the center (of the galaxy) about every 250 million years."

The Permian-Triassic Mass Extinction - 250 million years ago

same place, same event coming?
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IF it takes humans to "evolve" only this far every 250 million years, then thats pretty sad or indicative of a lost history.
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Re: 98% of parts of the Pacific Ocean Covered with dead sea creatures: Fukushima, or..?
There are definitely great cycles in everything ecological during the period of human history. Perhaps these die-offs are not unprecedented, but I wouldn't count on it.

It all seems pretty Biblically (Revelations) horrifying to me.

KNOW JESUS CHRIST AS YOUR LORD AND SAVIOR WHILE YOU STILL CAN!
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