Before It’s News – by Live Free or Die
The story excerpted below from the Deccan Herald appears to tell a happy tale of countless sea creatures living inhabiting the shores around Monterey Bay in California. Quite strangely scientists tell us, “it’s all around” and “it’s a very strange year”…but why…why are all the sea creatures now living so close to the shores of the West Coast? Something strange is surely happening in California, but it’s not the $64,000 question they call it in the story below… the name is Fukushima, and sea animals bum rushing the shoreline while millions of creatures perish within the same Pacific Ocean is not a good thing.
It began with the anchovies, miles and miles of them, their silvery blue bodies thick in the waters of Monterey Bay. Then the sea lions came, by the thousands, from up and down the California coast, and the pelicans, arriving in one long V-formation after another.
Fleets of bottlenose dolphins joined them. But it was the whales that astounded even longtime residents – more than 200 humpbacks lunging, breaching, blowing and tail flapping – and, on a recent weekend, a pod of 19 rowdy orcas that briefly crashed the party, picking off sea lions along the way.“I can’t tell you where to look,” Nancy Black, a marine biologist leading a boat full of whale watchers said as the water in every direction roiled with mammals. “It’s all around.”
For almost three months, Monterey and nearby coastal areas have played host to a mammoth convocation of sea life that scientists here say is unprecedented in their memories, inviting comparisons to African scenes like the wildebeest migration or herds of antelope on the Serengeti.
So, we know for a fact that all across the Pacific Ocean, it has turned into a death zone, with no signs of life for miles and miles. However, close to the shore, anchovies are still bountiful…has the California coast turned into a sort of ‘Noah’s Ark’ for the remaining creatures? It’s certainly not the $64,000 question for anyone who has been paying the slightest attention with more and a newly released video below.
“The $64,000 question is why this year?” said Marinovic, who noted that anchovies had been unusually scarce for the last five or six years and that when they do thrive, they usually appear in the spring and early summer.
“Now they’re all kind of concentrating on the coast,” he said of the anchovies. “They seem to seek out Monterey Bay because the water tends to be a little warmer and the eggs will develop quickly.” The fish, he said, “are providing a feast for all these things that feed on them.”
5 thoughts on “Something Strange Happening In Cali”
The fish are moving closer to shore because they have nowhere else to go. They either die by radiation or they die above water on the shores with their last suffocating breath.
Think about it. What would you do if you knew that a room that you were locked in was filling up with toxic chemicals? If you can’t block it, you’d get to the other side of the room and do whatever it takes to climb up and break out before it kills you and you’d be fighting for your life with every last dying breath to do it. That’s what these sea creatures are doing right now.
Just like when BP ruined the part of the Gulf near southern Louisiana, the sea life moved on over to Texas coast, less contaminated. Don’t like reality shows because they are fake (fakery on Duck Dynasty was the last straw!), but they did a show a couple of years ago, “Big Shrimpin’,” where Bayou LeBatre shrimping crews had to shrimp off the long Texas coastline. My son, who works for NOAA, has worked many deployments (catch rules), but never a one off LA, MS, or AL…because there simply are little or no viable sea life there!
Fukushima is killing the entire planet, not just the West Coast.
Then there’s stories like the one below, which give all sorts of reasons, wondering why this is happening, but never mention the Fukushima radiation that is poisoning and making the Pacific Ocean toxic to life.
Marine Scientists Investigate Massive Sea Star Die-Off
Sorry, but the Common Core standards haven’t had time to work, so some people can still think for themselves.
With all the lies our government has been telling lately can you imagine what they are not telling us about radiation…a lethal, silent, invisible swarm.