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Fish and Birds Dying and it is Goodbye Bumblebees: Not Because of Fireworks and Cold Weather

Friday, January 7, 2011 0:21
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Grant Lawrence–Bodhi Thunder

Supposedly cold weather and fireworks are killing hundreds of thousands of birds and fish all over the country.

But if this were so, then workers would not be collecting the dead birds in Arkansas in Hazmat suits.

Here are some of the latest headlines:

100,000 dead fish and 5,000 dead birds: Secret US government testing? HAARP hell: HUNDREDS more birds fall from the sky in Kentucky and Louisiana and tens of THOUSANDS of dead fish wash ashore –500 carcasses collected after dying in Louisiana on Monday –As many as 5,000 birds dead in Arkansas on New Year’s Eve –Up to 100,000 dead and dying drum fish washed up in Arkansas River –Tens of thousands of dead fish in Chesapeake Bay in Maryland
2 million fish reported dead in Chesapeake Bay

(links courtesy of CLG)

But what is it killing nearly nearly all the bumblebees in the US?

….The abundance of four common species of bumblebee in the US has dropped by 96% in just the past few decades, according to the most comprehensive national census of the insects. Scientists said the alarming decline, which could have devastating implications for the pollination of both wild and farmed plants, was likely to be a result of disease and low genetic diversity in bee populations.

Bumblebees are important pollinators of wild plants and agricultural crops around the world including tomatoes and berries thanks to their large body size, long tongues, and high-frequency buzzing, which helps release pollen from flowers.

Bees in general pollinate some 90% of the world’s commercial plants, including most fruits, vegetables and nuts. Coffee, soya beans and cotton are all dependent on pollination by bees to increase yields. It is the start of a food chain that also sustains wild birds and animals….(guaridan.co.uk)

Is it cold weather and fireworks that have nearly killed almost all of them?

The answer is clear.

You can’t go around poisoning the planet and not expect to have severe repercussions.

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Disaster Oil Spill, Another Warning from the Gods

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As I previously wrote just after the BP Gulf Oil Disaster:

….So the Gods have sent us another warning that humans need to set aside the greed of the corporate elite and start thinking about the well being of all of life. After all, expanding the super wealth of monopolistic oil giants by more offshore drilling has no promise at all of making America energy independent and it will only further sicken the planet.

So enough with the lies of corporate political puppets!

It is time for the people to take our planet back for the good of ourselves and the planet. Perhaps there will be no more warnings from the Gods. Instead, next time it may just be total environmental devastation….(bodhi thunder)

Perhaps the Gods have quit giving us Warnings.

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