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2/26/15 Red Alert: The Bell tolls for California
#21
California's Bell is perhaps about to toll in more ways than one. Hope not, but a Pacific El Nino could've blessed them with much more rain, but has backed-off from it to true Neutral, again.

http://reg.bom.gov.au/climate/enso/

Here's a report that says their drought has worsened, sounds like a lot but that this isn't being reported.

http://www.geoengineeringwatch.org/killi...dust-bowl/
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#22
(02-26-2015, 04:23 PM)MisfitObserver Wrote: Here's a video link to SEALionS washing up dead in CALIFORNIA on Feb 23rd.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EWFIVD135uI

I reviewed the last 30 or so bot runs and found many references to this story since Feb 12th, 2015.
Here is my list:
2/12/15 - SEALS, EXPLOSION(reference to Fukushima), LANDSCAPE, SURROUNDINGS, BLOATED, PAIN, POWER, ANIMALS, BLOOD,APPEARANCE, MON(day story broke), WED(day video posted)
2/13/15 - BOOM, STEAM, PERSISTENT, DEVELOPMENT, EVERYDAY, EXPOSED, JOURNEY, ACCIDENTALLY, MEAN, SECRET, MON(again), SHIP(mentioned in video)
2/16/15 - DANGER, CONTINUING, BLOOD(again), IMAGERY, DEEP, VIBRATIONS, DAYS, YOUNG, POWER(again)
2/18/15 - INFESTED, SEA, DEEP, ENGAGE, AQUARIUM, EXPLORING, ENERGY(radiation), KILLER, POWER(again), SOURCE
2/19/15 - WED(again), SERIOUS, FOX(news station that reported event), RISE, UPWARDS, STRUGGLING, FAMILIES,AQUARIUM, VOID, LOSING, WILD, INTENSE, MON(again)
2/20/15 - FREQUENCE, AQUARIUM, SMELL, FAMILIES, MARCH(yr of Fukushima earthquake), VOID, BYE, LOSS, POWER, EFFECT,SPECIFIC, NOTHINGNESS, SERIOUS, MON(again)
2/21/15 - SKULL, SKINNY(sea lions), COAST, THROUGH, OVER, FIND, INTO
2/23/15 - VOID, POWER, WED, INNER
2/24/15 - MON, VIOLENCE, MEDICAL,VIEW, SEA
2/25/15 - RESEARCHERS, REALIZING, INTRODUCED(radiation), REFER, EPIC, DOUBT, SKINNY(again), AMERICAN, ANIMAL, KIND, WENT, BAD, WHERE, SHIP,THERE, MAP, SAW, BOAT, VIEW
2/26/15 - CALIFORNIA, VIEW, UP/SENT(upset), BAD, SKULL, AROUND, LACK, CROWDED, WILD, BEACH, FAMILY(filmed video), SHOWED, MON, CATCH, ENERGY, SWIM, SCARY, ANIMALS, LOVED,

I'd like to hear what people think. Thought it was worth posting. Keep up the good work everyone.
Feel free to visit link in video and remind the president we need to clean up Fukushima!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EWFIVD135uI
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#23
I see that I never responded to MisFit's AWESOME expose (and his/her ability to connect the dots). VERY WELL DONE!
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#24
Thanks Eagle1 for your acknowledgement!

I wasn't fishing for a compliment. I simply had trouble posting the links below showing all the death in the waters off the coast of CALIFORNIA. Unknowingly I reposted my old post because I am technically challenged sometimes. I feel like the bell tolling out there is a funeral bell for ocean life like SEALionS, crabs, birds, plankton, jellyfish, pyrosomes and more.
This all breaks my heart.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vFzng-RWdfU

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EWFIVD135uI

http://enenews.com/dead-sea-creatures-co...ashore-ive-

http://enenews.com/unprecedented-mass-di...s-going-ec

never-before-incredible-nearby-glow-dark-organisms-recently-stranded-official-one-around-video
Jan 22, 2015: [T]housands of candy-red crabs rarely seen in coastal Southern California have washed ashore in Newport Beach… this marks the first time in years that [Southern California Marine Institute director Daniel Pondella] has heard of them being seen in Southern California. “This is the first warm year we’ve had in quite awhile,” he said. “It could just be a sign of the warm water we’re currently experiencing.”… “I’ve never seen these things before,” [Newport Beach resident Darren Zinter] said. “It’s incredible.”

The ocean oddities arrived all summer. The glow-in-the-dark organisms called pyrosomes washed ashore… jellyfish-like creatures [were] a bit earlier… “These are strange times,” said Chris Lowe, a professor and head of the Shark Lab at Cal State Long Beach… “It’s tricky,” Lowe said. “The animals are acting as if we’re going to have an El Niño, but the ocean’s conditions aren’t conclusive.”
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Misfit, Thank you so much for posting. I think you may have nailed why the bell is tolling for California. I don't think I saw your earlier post so I am glad it re-posted. Very distressing information. While I don't live in Ca. anymore, my parents live a block away from the ocean in S. Ca. The radiation assumptions are truly staggering.
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Between past nuclear testing, human misuse, and Fukushima radiation pouring into the water, the Pacific Ocean could best be described as dead. The only animals there are the ones who have to be there. The rest are leaving. The dragons of the deep are not happy campers and most of them have moved to the Atlantic although that isn't much better, in their estimation. The only ones who remain are the ones monitoring the waters off Japan and they stay as deep as they can to avoid the radiation as much as they can.
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#27
Interesting. Sea World suspended their Sea Lion show for 3 weeks beginning March 6th . "SeaWorld said its personnel have rescued 579 marine mammals so far this year, 557 of them sea lions." That is a bunch of Sea Lions. "Park officials said conditions have "sufficiently stabilized'' at their Animal Rescue Center that required help from show trainer" They resumed the shows today.
http://www.seasidecourier.com/news/seawo...7dd57.html
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#28
We need to get an update on the Dolphins if we can. That is, if Chani isn't blowing smoke up our @$$ Smile
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#29
I can't prove, even to myself that this is accurate but I *very vaguely think I recall reading of total meltdown into the ground of at least one reactor at Fukushima. I definitely read reports of Japanese people dieing of cancers and their doctors having to lie to them, and not tell them it was the radiation. Finally some doctor blew the whistle.
However, searching inside ENE archives for what I think I read last year, some of the stories I'm finding are horrendous. Here's a few links,

http://enenews.com/leader-fukushima-plan...-same-time

http://enenews.com/govt-report-1750-navy...roid-disor

I'll stop because the archived headlines are so horrible that even just two make the case.

"Lies Of Omission" is what the news agencies of the world are doing.
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(03-25-2015, 09:30 PM)Eagle1 Wrote: We need to get an update on the Dolphins if we can. That is, if Chani isn't blowing smoke up our @$$ Smile

It's really hard to find news about dolphins amongst all the Miami Dolphin news. Yeesh!!

Here's the latest:
http://www.theaustralian.com.au/news/lat...7279475828
http://www.nola.com/outdoors/index.ssf/2...ed_th.html
http://www.watoday.com.au/wa-news/wester...m6fvq.html
http://outerbanksvoice.com/2015/03/24/wh...the-coast/
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After thinking of a possible connection to California in today's 3-25 today's run, I came back here to this one. Adding to the dome and gloom for California, (hang wed towel introduced tower reverse house ace) I noticed "hanging (up the) towel ". Also, the "reverse" of a tower or a house? A flattened/toppled tower or house .
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