Spots like this just make you want to sit back and just relax and enjoy the nature around you.
Was taken from a hiking trail in Davie Florida.
Spots like this just make you want to sit back and just relax and enjoy the nature around you.
Was taken from a hiking trail in Davie Florida.
Wake up (Dreaming of a camping trip)
Almost impossible to find good old store like this anymore. The home feeling and stand alone service. everything is franchises with no real services or home feel. real Shame
Miss being able to walk the block and window shop. Enjoy the day out while resting and feeling the home feeling of the old mom and pop shops.
A little photo manipulation seen.
I wanted to write this because of a conversation I had. However before I start here is a little about me. I am a Photographer in south Florida. I love nature and the Beauty in it. Ever since I was a kid I enjoyed the outdoors and traveled to see different places. I am the kind of person if told something is impossible or way to hard I had to do it or find ways it could be done.
I was in scouts then went off with a group of friends to start our own explorers troop with the rangers. Took survival courses and Bushcrafting learned a lot about the land. Up to a few years ago I had an accident leave it at that and lost most of my vision. So I have low vision now and spent a lot of time learning how to use my condition and to continue as a normal person so to speak, which was made easier sense once when I was a young kid I did lose my vision all together and eventually got it back. And now I eventually took on a hobby of mine with the camera, and found that I enjoyed it even more. Because I can take an image on the computer to be able to blow it up and see it not only how I use to see them but to find all that is hidden for the most part. The thrill of finding that shot and capturing that moment and being able to show it off . Can make you not only feel normal but shows how anyone can do anything.
If you have a disability us it to your advantage. show the world that it doesn’t mean the end but a beginning. Here is a link to a photographer with even more vision problems then me and yet he is an award winning photographer. HERE and HERE
Life Is short don’t let others dictate your life for you, live it and find your path. If you are told something is impossible for you look at it and figure your way. Don’t let them hold you back and make you feel less because when you do it, you will have proven you are more then they are and there is always a way.
This is mainly a personal study from multi-able studies created from other studies. Links will be posted so you can do searches your self. Plus I will ask that you use common sense. I am not against technology at all, it can help and improve life yet harm as well. My hope is mainly to help you see what is happening and to hope that it may get people to start to change there ways. I am not the best at story telling so forgive the lack there. (P.S Note that I am still adding to this and Photo’s will Follow)
OK many of you, maybe asking what I mean by the title of this article (Creating our own genocide). Well to start I would like to state this, up front we are all guilty I do not care who you are. We are causing our own genocide by the way we live and the way we try to control the planet. We are killing everyone on this planet. this is a small list yet long and extensive study so make some time. Here is a small list we will be looking at. Please note that this is not a full list there is a lot more, however at least this list will open your eyes to more around you.
1. Chemicals= used to control pests and crops
2. Noise Pollution= everything around use
3. over expanding= Building with no respect
4. weather= how we live changes the weather
5. water supply=Poison water
6. food supply= Poison food
7. Wildlife= running out of room
8. Dead zones= ocean dead zones growing
9. Mass animal die offs= Look at what is causing this
10. Human health= why health is on a down grade
These are only 10 thing’s I would like to show you about our genocide. As we talk and read about these, I would like you to think back to your school days.
Remember how in science you studied if you feed a animal healthy foods that animals grew healthy and lived a good life and feed it bad it suffered and died earlier. OK do you also remember the saying you are what you eat. well we all eat not matter what. a rabbit lives eats well and a hawk comes along and eats him now the hawk is getting the good nutrition that rabbit had from eating the hawk, now a wolf comes and gets the hawk and the something happens. Now the wolf passes from age and his body feeds the earth and insects.
OK everything is a circle. Now enough of that basic life circle stuff.
OK a note here I could type everything out and use big words and scientific terms but then I believe a lot will be lost because then you lose the soul and feeling behind it. I want you to feel the story and understand the story. not saying anyone is stupid but I want us all to feel the soul in the story.
Chemical Uses in life
OK the world according to studies it is estimated that approximately 1.8 billion people engage in agriculture and most of them use pesticides to protect the food and commercial products that they produce. Others use pesticides occupationally for public health programs, and in commercial applications, while many others use pesticides for lawn and garden applications and in and around the home. 1 billion pounds of pesticides are used in the United State (US) each year and approximately 5.6 billion pounds are used worldwide. ( study’s from National institute of health 2016)
Did you also know that it is estimated that as many as 25 million agricultural workers worldwide experience unintentional pesticide poisonings each year. Nearly all commercial formulations of pesticides are complex mixtures of active and other ingredients.
These “other ingredients” include a wide variety of substances added to increase the efficacy of the product in a cost-effective manner. Information regarding these other compounds is considered proprietary business information and is not publicly available.
Not a good sign to me don’t know about you. Like me selling you a steak and not telling you that it is laced with poison.
Did you know that for most part that Toxicological testing, unfortunately, is usually restricted to the active ingredient. Epidemiological surveillance of the health effects of pesticides identifies adverse effects of the combined ingredients.
Now please everyone knows at least basic chemistry you mix two or more chemicals it will make something else here we are testing the active not the whole.
Recently, the Agricultural Health Study has produced some evidence of increased incidence of cancer of the prostate, lung, colon, pancreas, bladder, leukemia, and multiple myeloma with increasing lifetime exposure to certain pesticides.
The Environmental Working Group compiles a yearly list of fruits and vegetables with the highest levels of pesticide residues, based on USDA and FDA testing data.
Sweet Bell Peppers
here is another fact. According to Cornell entomologist David Pimentel, “it has been estimated that only 0.1% of applied pesticides reach the target pests, leaving the bulk of the pesticides (99.9%) to impact the environment.
amazing isn’t it
Harmful environmental impacts of pesticide use include: Loss of biodiversity and elimination of key species (bees) Water pollution Soil contamination Pest resistance, resulting in the need for increased application of pesticides, or formulation of alternate pesticides.
Although it is widely understood that exposure to pesticides is dangerous to humans, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) data show that a high percentage of individuals tested had certain pesticides or the chemical breakdown of those pesticides (metabolites) in their blood and/or urine.
CDC research also shows that people in the US carry levels of pesticides in their bodies that, for certain pesticides, exceed the EPA’s “acceptable” levels. For example, CDC data show that the average American child between the ages of six and eleven carries unacceptable levels of the organophosphorus pesticides, chlorpyrifos and methyl parathion, both of which are known to have neurotoxic properties.
It should also be noted that the human health effects of low dose, chronic exposure to many of these pesticides is listed as “unknown” by the CDC. Approximately 80% of the corn and 22% of the wheat produced in the US every year is used for animal feed, while 30 million tons of US-produced soy meal is consumed annually as livestock feed.
This grain is grown by intensive industrial farming operations that use large amounts of pesticides and other inputs, and often rely on genetically engineered crop varieties. Common genetic modifications include plants that are bred to contain insecticides within their genetic makeup (Bt corn) or to withstand direct application of herbicides (glyphosate resistant soybeans).
In addition to causing environmental damage, when grain is grown with pesticides and then fed to livestock, pesticide residues can accumulate in the animals’ fatty tissue and milk. Pesticides, such as arsenic compounds, are also included in livestock feed to control intestinal parasites and other pests.
OK now we are seeing it in our food, wildlife, and our children and all proven in studies that are public just not advertised for general knowledge. And the bad thing is all this is preventable. it is a proven fact that there are plants that help prevent pests naturally plus the use of crop rotation to keep soil healthy. Not to mention producing natural compose for fertilizer. See we are poisoning wildlife, and our selves.
Soon I will show you mass deaths because of what we are doing.This is only looking at the chemical side.
The effect of noise on humans, it’s been shown that exposure to moderately high levels of noise for an eight hour period can increase blood pressure and cause other cardiac issues – even if the person is not particularly consciously disturbed. Noise pollution can also cause gastric problems. Sometimes a person doesn’t even realize their body is stressed by noise until the noise is no longer present – they just feel a sudden sense of relief.
Exposure to excessively loud noise over long periods can also lead to partial deafness. Approximately 10 percent of people living in industrialized areas have substantial hearing loss and youngsters in the USA have an impaired hearing rate 250% higher than their parents and grandparents.
Noise also lies at the root of some violence – many assaults and murders can be attributed to a noise issue that spiraled out of control. Where noise is used to irritate or disrupt others. In nature, noise causes many adverse effects on animals and even plants – here are some examples:
Birds in a city need to call longer and louder than their country counterparts Birds that rely on hearing to help locate prey are seriously disadvantaged by industrial noise Noise disturbs feeding and breeding patterns of some animals and has been identified as a contributing factor of the extinction of some species.
Aircraft noise and sonic booms have been implicated as a cause of lowered reproduction in a variety of animals. Military sonar has been responsible for the deaths of possibly thousands of dolphins and whales. Even outboard motor noise can confuse some whales and dolphins. In dairy cows, excessive noise reduces feed consumption, milk yield, and rate of milk release Noise causes increased incidence of miscarriages in caribou Intense noise can affect growth of chickens and egg production Canaries can suffer hearing damage at relatively low decibel levels if the noise is sustained Noise has also been shown to have a detrimental effect on the reproduction of some plants through interfering with pollinator or seed spreading activity.
Traffic noise could be hampering the reproductive process of frogs in metropolitan areas by drowning out the mating calls of males. When squid, octopus and cuttlefish are subjected to low frequency sound, sever lesions can develop in their auditory structures I’ve often wondered how much quieter the world would be if every single combustion engine was switched off and all electrical equipment shut down for a few minutes simultaneously.
After all, noise doesn’t really disappear, like all energy it just changes form or dissipates. Given this, even if you’re out in the middle of nowhere, does the sum total of all the human-generated noise in the world still affect that area? I suspect it does, even if it’s only to a small degree – like pointing a torchlight at the moon. The light does hit it, but just so widely spread it’s hardly detectable.
Perhaps if all combustion engines were silenced briefly we may all fling ourselves off cliffs in blind panic? It’s certainly something that most of the humans living on the planet today wouldn’t be accustomed to. We are very noisy creatures and the din we create in its various forms is just another layer between us and fully appreciating the beauty of the natural world.
Finding easily accessible quiet places, really quiet places, where the only noises are those of nature, is becoming increasingly difficult. Noise is very much underrated when it comes to environmental issues. We have our “turn out the lights” days, “don’t drive” days – I’d love to see a “no noise” hour initiative.
Unfortunately, most people don’t know what quiet is and if we don’t teach our children, they will never appreciate the concept of a noise-free experience. Our usual reaction to dealing with noise is to add more noise – for example, turning up the TV or yelling. We simply don’t know what we’re blocking out, and what we don’t know, we don’t miss. An increasing number of studies indicate that wildlife is stressed by noise pollution causing a variety of impacts on the environment by disturbing mammal, bird and fish feeding and breeding patterns.
According to the National Park Service, these effects are compounded by other stressors including disease and extreme weather. Sound plays a key role in the ecosystem. The National Park Service indicates that the acoustical environment affects wildlife in terms of its ability to find adequate habitat, avoid predators, protect young, locate food and attract a mate. As noise pollution from human beings in the form of motor vehicle and airplane traffic among other causes increases, wildlife is forced to adapt in ways that are not sustainable.
For example researchers discovered that the males of a particular frog species began calling at a higher pitch in an effort to distinguish their calls from traffic noise. However, the females of that species prefer a lower pitch, which means there is less successful mating within the species in general. The Environmental Protection Agency defines noise pollution as any sound that is disturbing or unwanted.
In human terms this usually includes sounds that disrupt sleep or conversation or otherwise erode a person’s quality of life. The same holds true for wildlife, only with far more dire consequences. Noise pollution is the least investigated and least talked about pollution out there. Not only is it harming use but the environment to. The studies on this subject are very limited yet noise has been proven to damage our life and nature.
While it is impossible to precisely predict population levels for the coming decades, researchers are certain of one thing: the world is going to become an increasingly crowded place. New estimates issued by the United Nations in July predict that, by 2030, our current 7.3 billion will have increased to 8.4 billion. That figure will rise to 9.7 billion by 2050, and to a mind-boggling 11.2 billion by 2100.
For those who can afford the luxury of occasionally escaping other members of our own species, doing so often requires getting on a plane and travelling to increasingly far-fetched locales. Yet humanity’s footprint extends even to the most seemingly isolated of places: you’ll find nomadic herders in Mongolia’s Gobi desert, Berbers in the Sahara and camps of scientists in Antarctica.
This begs the question: as the world becomes even more crowded, will it become practically impossible to find a patch of land free from human settlement or presence? Will we eventually overtake all remaining habitable space?
Taking a stab at answering these questions requires examining what we know about where people will likely base themselves in the future, and what life will be like then. For starters, experts predict that – reflecting current trends – an increasing number of us will live out our lives in cities. As agriculture becomes more efficient, people abandon jobs in that shrinking and difficult sector and instead take up ones in urban manufacturing or service. This has been going on for some decades. In 1930, just 30% of the world’s population lived in cities, compared to about 55% today. By 2050, however, about two-thirds will be based in urban areas.“Virtually all population growth between now and the end of the century will be in cities,” says Joel Cohen, head of the Laboratory of Populations at Rockefeller University and Columbia University, Indeed, places like Lagos, Dhaka and Mumbai already face tremendous challenges at current levels. “People buy water at great [high] prices from street vendors, human waste is all over the place and garbage is just abandoned – not to even speak of green spaces around the city or quality of habitation, This is another study that is lacking.
Basically all the study’s only show that the economy and each city level lacks the ability to cover the proper resources. While at the same time forgets that we keep taking from one thing that makes it possible to live and survive.
With out nature we will die no and if’s or butts that is a fact. With out nature we can not feed our selves, we will not have the means to create cures for disorders, desies, with out nature you will not have air to breath.
Did you know It takes 22 trees to produce the amount of oxygen consumed by one person. (An acre of trees produces enough oxygen for 18 people). This data comes from the Northwest Territories Forest Management site: Your response might be: there are millions of trees in the world? Are there? How many millions of trees do we need to produce enough oxygen for 6 billion people on this earth?
Take 6 billion and divide it by the number of acres required to produce enough oxygen for 18 people to breath – incredible, isn’t it? There are 36,794,240,000 acres on the earth, 9 trillion of which is water.
Taking into account that you can grow 700 average trees on an acre, you can begin to see the enormity of the issue. Now think of the other parts of the earth on which you can’t grow trees – high mountain peaks, marshy areas, tundra, North and South Poles, Greenland, deserts . . . . get the picture? We think we have a lot of space, a lot of trees but really, do we have enough? Is it any wonder that we have global warming and we are charging forward towards big problems.
Then think about all the pollutants we create – how does that impact the ability for trees to grow? It’s an important topic – very important to your life and to the lives of those you care about – When you think about time, think about how long it takes a tree to grow. Think about how many trees in your town or city have disappeared because of urban sprawl and how many have been replaced. Think of how much the quality of your life has diminished because all these trees have disappeared. Is it any wonder that smog is “normal”? Please also note that this only shows the amount of trees for air to breath for people not counting wildlife and so on. So taking land away really should not be a question anymore there is not enough land to take anymore. Google it check it for your self research is there just not widely known.
This one we all hear all the time. Climate change. For the most part all the studies are at your figure tips. Yes there is a lot of debate in it there will always be debate. But there is one thing that can not be debated because it is true and everyone with the basic common sense can see. People have created more toxins in the air then any point in earths history.
And it is a fact that these toxins will have an effect on everything on the planet. OK this one will be kept short because most of this information is very easy to get Just want all to understand the cycle and effect.
Earth’s temperature depends on the balance between energy entering and leaving the planet’s system. When incoming energy from the sun is absorbed by the Earth system, Earth warms. When the sun’s energy is reflected back into space, Earth avoids warming. When absorbed energy is released back into space, Earth cools. Many factors, both natural and human, can cause changes in Earth’s energy balance, including: Variations in the sun’s energy reaching Earth Changes in the reflective of Earth’s atmosphere and surface Changes in the greenhouse effect, which affects the amount of heat retained by Earth’s atmosphere.
These factors have caused Earth’s climate to change many times. Scientists have pieced together a record of Earth’s climate, dating back hundreds of thousands of years (and, in some cases, millions or hundreds of millions of years), by analyzing a number of indirect measures of climate such as ice cores, tree rings, glacier lengths, pollen remains, and ocean sediments, and by studying changes in Earth’s orbit around the sun.
This record shows that the climate system varies naturally over a wide range of time scales. In general, climate changes prior to the Industrial Revolution in the 1700s can be explained by natural causes, such as changes in solar energy, volcanic eruptions, and natural changes in greenhouse gas (GHG) concentrations.
Recent climate changes, however, cannot be explained by natural causes alone. Research indicates that natural causes do not explain most observed warming, especially warming since the mid-20th century. Rather, it is extremely likely that human activities have been the dominant cause of that warming. When sunlight reaches Earth’s surface, it can either be reflected back into space or absorbed by Earth. Once absorbed, the planet releases some of the energy back into the atmosphere as heat (also called infrared radiation).
Greenhouse gases (GHGs) like water vapor (H2O), carbon dioxide (CO2), and methane (CH4) absorb energy, slowing or preventing the loss of heat to space. In this way, GHGs act like a blanket, making Earth warmer than it would otherwise be. This process is commonly known as the “greenhouse effect.”
OK it is proven that we are the guilty party on climate change. Do not think about climate change as just warmer and or colder temps. Climate change is also More frequent storms stronger storms and fronts. Now wildlife has to try and adapt and failing in the process. Which will be shown in a combined study of mass deaths later on in this study. Weather is an effect that is so right in your face that we have to ignore it to not see it.
Poison water supply
MOST of us do not live close to chemical waste dumps. But those wastes can poison us anyway. We still drink water.
Half the American population takes its water supply from the ground. Yet groundwater is extremely vulnerable to pollution. Chemical wastes that seep into ground water supplies can pollute it for decades.
Groundwater is far harder to cleanse than surface water. Once contaminated, it is not exposed to such factors as sunlight and motion, which clean surface water. Yet many chemical waste dumps are near, or even on top of, under-ground water supplies.
Certainly chemical waste represents a terrible health hazard today. The sludge dumped into chemical waste sites is some of the most deadly stuff ever manufactured.
One chemical sometimes found at waste dumps is C-56. It is a by-product of making the insecticide Mirex. The chemical was once considered for use as nerve gas — but was rejected because it was too deadly! Another substance associated with chemical warfare, dioxin, has also been found at chemical dump sites.
Still another chemical is acridine, found in the waste of synthetic fuel processes. When exposed to acridine, newborn crickets emerge with extra heads, eyes and antennae. And the list includes PCB, an incredibly toxic substance, which has been buried at various landfills and dump sites in quantities reaching about 300,000 tons. Some estimates are that 60,000 tons have already found their way into the water supply.
The fumes alone of some of these waste chemicals are so deadly that dumpers themselves have been known to be overcome by their fumes when they discharge their cargo. Air samples near dump sites in Southern California turn up chemicals known to cause cancer, or damage the liver, lungs or nervous system.
Chemical wastes also pack considerable explosive power. Sludge may be composed of a dozen substances — which together combine with unknown effects. As one state environmental official said speaking of the probability of a major explosion at a local dump, “if [that dump] ever goes up, I warn you to be nowhere near it. with all the unidentified chemicals in that mess. We just have no idea what might be the synergistic effect of the chemicals in the smoke that would spew out of there.”
In Elizabeth, New Jersey, when a chemical dump did catch fire and blow up, nearby residents came down with symptoms of chemical poisoning. And chemicals have been known to explode with little disturbance. A fisherman in the Gulf of Mexico was killed when a drum of waste that he hauled up in his net exploded. In West Virginia, the ground exploded when workers were digging near a manufacturing plant. Each day, enough industrial waste is produced to fill the New Orleans Superdome from floor to ceiling, according to estimates based on Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) figures.
Almost every type of manufacturer produces some kind of hazardous waste. Gasoline refining, plastics, batteries, tanning, even the clothing industries produce waste on an immense scale — 36 million tons annually. The chemical industry, as you would expect, produces the largest amount of toxic waste.
The industry has enjoyed immense growth since World War II. Production and use of chemicals has increased 100 times during those years. New chemicals are produced at the rate of 1,000 a year. “We generate a… lot of [chemical waste] in this country, stuff we eventually have to put in the ground,” notes a vice president of the Chemical Manufacturers’ Association. Chemical dumps are altogether too likely to be on top of the local water supply or near populated areas. There are (no one knows for sure) somewhere between 50,000 and 100,000 industrial dump sites in the United States alone.
This is in addition to another 40,000 sites used for sewage and solid wastes from cities and towns.
For its part the EPA has listed close to 32,000 sites that could contain “hazardous” waste. “People can be living in a gorgeous, beautiful area and be totally unaware of the dangers underneath their feet,” declares one EPA administrator.
Today, for example, rivers and lakes in western Michigan are polluted from dumps created decades ago. An average of half a ton of toxic wastes has seeped into White Lake every day for years from an underground stream polluted by a dump site. Yet when the dump site was created, it was created in accord with the standard, legal practices of the day!
The same is true for other sites across the United States. In effect, the site itself may become a time bomb. Ten, even 30 years, later, disaster strikes. In Triana, Alabama, production of DDT was halted more than a decade ago. Yet 4,000 tons remain undumped on the bottom of a near-by stream. Residents of Triana today carry about 10 times the “normal” amount of DDT in their bodies.
In New York, in the area around Bethpage and Farmingdale, dumped chromium from war factories during the 1940s now contaminates drinking water. Writes Jimmy Breslin, “Children are in danger of being poisoned by the same war that their grandfathers fought and won.
” With hydrofracking, a well can produce over a million gallons of waste water that is often laced with highly corrosive salts, carcinogens like benzene and radioactive elements like radium.
Other carcinogenic materials can be added to the waste water by the chemicals used in the hydrofracking itself”
Through the processes of fracking, our underground water supplies (artesian wells / aquifers) are being poisoned. This is occurring in every continent on earth for the purpose of extracting more fossil fuels.
Large companies are moving in on peoples property (which governments are allowing) and drilling for natural gas via fracking Hydraulic fracturing or fracking is a means of natural gas extraction employed in deep natural gas well drilling.
Once a well is drilled, millions of gallons of water, sand and proprietary toxic chemicals are injected, under high pressure, into a well. The pressure fractures the shale and props open fissures that enable natural gas to flow more freely out of the well. There is currently a great concern about our water supply.
It is becoming increasingly difficult to find pure water. Most of our water supply is full of chemicals, including not only chlorine and fluoride, which are routinely added, but a wide range of toxic and organic compounds and chemicals, such as PCBs, pesticide residues, nitrates, and heavy metals such as lead, mercury, and cadmium.
It is estimated that lead alone may contaminate the water of more than 40 million Americans. So you can see everything ends up in the water no matter were you are. with out water everything dies. This can go on and on, This is just basic information and doesn’t even cover the whole.
Food supply is poison
BPA is a hormone disrupting chemical used in canned goods and plastic bottles. The chemical, which is labeled as “toxic” in other nations, had a chance to be banned of March 2012. In a move that angered activists within the US and even internationally, the FDA ruled against the ban.
This ubiquitous chemical has been linked to: Obesity Hyperactivity in girls
Feminization in boys
50 scientists and 50 farmers(including a former FDA commissioner)demanding that Congress regulate antibiotic use in livestock. The European Center for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) has even blamed overuse of antibiotics for the global resistance to antibiotics, which could make antibiotics futile against disease-causing bacteria. And this is not even considering the other ill effects antibiotics have on the animals we eat.
According to numerous pieces of research, GM foods like Monsanto’s corn have been implicated of contributing to weight gain, organ disruption, tumor development and infertility in rats.
Roundup(a glyphosate-based herbicide) is to thank for contributing to water pollution, resistant rootworms and superweeds, and environmental devastation. “We now live in a world where it is considered beneficial and necessary to spray poison over all our food and to add more poison (dye, preservatives, flavor enhancers, etc) in processing our food.
Then we take more poison to counteract the poisons. As a chelator of heavy metals and a wetting agent in 1961(1) [US3160632] As a herbicide in 1968(2) [US3455675] As an antibiotic in 2002(3) [US7771736] As an anti-protozoal agent in 2003(4) [US7771736] Independent research shows that glyphosate,(5) (together with atrazine(6)) are endocrine disruptors, yet an assessment of the State of Science of Endocrine Disruptors was prepared for the United Nations Environment Program and the World Health Organization by a group of approximately 50 expert scientists.
This eminent body failed to reach a conclusion on atrazine, and did not even consider glyphosate, the most widely used herbicide in the world.(7) There is something wrong with the State of Science. Dr Jayasumana, said he proved the link between the world’s number one selling herbicide known as Roundup® (Glyphosate) and a series of mysterious epidemics of fatal chronic kidney disease of unknown origin (CKDu) affecting several poor farming regions around the world.
Eleven countries on three continents are affected by CKDu. This includes sugar cane workers in Central America and Louisiana where glyphosate, sprayed by air 6 weeks before harvest, is used to ripen the sugar cane.(10) The aerial spraying of glyphosate could also explain the mass extinction of amphibians across Central America from chytrid fungus.
Herbicide Residues of Glyphosate and its breakdown products are present in all our staple foods because Monsanto recommended its use throughout the crop year, including for desiccation (drying) of crops a week before harvest. Foods include bread, cereals, rice, lentils, potatoes, chick peas, beans, sugar cane, beer and whisky.
You can only avoid these residues from disrupting your gut bacteria by eating a totally organic diet. When the CRD Head of Regulatory Policy replied to defend the authorisation of glyphosate on 28/02/2014,
He said that the capability to detect individual pesticides in food had increased from 150 in 2003 to 393 in 2012. He stated: “In the 2012 Report, although there were a large number of residues found in bread, none of these were at a level to suggest a risk to consumer health.” They failed to reply to why EFSA was regularly increasing the Maximum Residue Limits (MRLs) of glyphosate in foods at the request of Monsanto to accommodate their practice of desiccation of crops and to protect their imports into Europe.
Here is more.
As human beings, we’re the only species stupid enough to actually poison ourselves. As part of modern living, we create a wide variety of chemical toxins that go into the ecosystem through rivers and streams, the air, the soil and so on.
Not only that, we actually synthesize toxic chemicals and then inject them directly into the food supply — knowing full well that they are poisonous and are major contributors to the epidemic rates of chronic disease we are experiencing today.
oisons that most people are exposed to on a regular basis. This includes:
Artificial sweeteners like aspartame and other food additives
Endocrine-disrupting chemicals like phthalates and bisphenol-A (BPA)
Have we not covered How all the chemicals we are using has been detected in our food, humans, wildlife. Please search the internet learn what you can about what is in your life. Don’t be a mindless puppet.
What is a “dead zone”
In an ocean or other body of water? So-called dead zones are areas of large bodies of water—typically in the ocean but also occasionally in lakes and even rivers—that do not have enough oxygen to support marine life.
The cause of such “hypoxic” (lacking oxygen) conditions is usually eutrophication, an increase in chemical nutrients in the water, leading to excessive blooms of algae that deplete underwater oxygen levels.
Nitrogen and phosphorous from agricultural runoff are the primary culprits, but sewage, vehicular and industrial emissions and even natural factors also play a role in the development of dead zones.
Dead zones occur around the world, but primarily near areas where heavy agricultural and industrial activity spill nutrients into the water and compromise its quality accordingly. Some dead zones do occur naturally, but the prevalence of them since the 1970s—when dead zones were detected in Chesapeake Bay off Maryland as well as in Scandinavia’s Kattegat Strait, the mouth of the Baltic Sea, the Black Sea and the northern Adriatic—hints at mankind’s impact.
A 2008 study found more than 400 dead zones worldwide, including in South America, China, Japan, southeast Australia and elsewhere. Perhaps the most infamous U.S. dead zone is an 8,500 square mile swath (about the size of New Jersey) of the Gulf of Mexico, not far from where the nutrient-laden Mississippi River, which drains farms up and down the Midwest, lets out.
Besides decimating the region’s once teeming shrimp industry, low oxygen levels in the water there have led to reproductive problems for fish, leading to lack of spawning and low egg counts.
Other notable U.S. dead zones today occur off the coasts of Oregon and Virginia. Eutrophic events have increased because of the rapid rise in intensive agricultural practices, industrial activities, and population growth.
These three processes emit large amounts of nitrogen and phosphorous. These nutrients enter our air, soil, and water. Human activities have emitted nearly twice as much nitrogen and three times as much phosphorus as natural emissions.
Atmospheric sources of nitrogen also contribute to eutrophication in some areas of the world.
Fossil fuels and fertilizers release nitrogen into the atmosphere. This atmospheric nitrogen is then redeposited on land and water through the water cycle—rain and snow.
The eutrophication process has severe environmental impacts. Dead zones result from these impacts, which include algal blooms and hypoxia. Algal Blooms Phosphorous, nitrogen, and other nutrients increase the productivity or fertility of marine ecosystems.
Organisms such as phytoplankton, algae, and seaweeds will grow quickly and excessively on the water’s surface. This rapid development of algae and phytoplankton is called an algal bloom. Algal blooms can create dead zones beneath them. Algal blooms prevent light from penetrating the water’s surface. They also prevent oxygen from being absorbed by organisms beneath them. Sunlight is necessary for plants and organisms like phytoplankton and algae, which manufacture their own nutrients from sunlight, water, and carbon dioxide.
Oxygen is necessary for almost all aquaticlife, from sea grasses to fish. By depriving organisms of sunlight and oxygen, algal blooms negatively impact a variety of species that live below the water’s surface.
The number and diversity ofbenthic, or bottom-dwelling, species are especially reduced. Because algae dominates the aquatic ecosystem, algal blooms are sometimes referred to as “red tides” or “brown tides,” depending on the color of the algae.
Red tides actually have nothing to do with tides. They also have nothing to do with algae. The organism that causes red tides is a bacteria, called cyanobacteria.
Algal blooms also cause larger-scale problems, such as human illness. Shellfish, such as oysters, are filter feeders. As they filter water, they absorb microbes associated with algal blooms.
Many of these microbes are toxic to people. People may become sick or even die from shellfish poisoning.
Algal blooms can also lead to the death of marine mammals and shore birds that rely on the marine ecosystem for food. Wading birds, such as herons, and mammals, such as sea lions, depend on fish for survival.
With fewer fish beneath algal blooms, these animals lose an important food source. Algal blooms can also impact aquaculture, or the farming of marine life.
One red tide event wiped out 90 percent of the entire stock of Hong Kong’s fish farms in 1998, resulting in an estimated economic loss of $40 million.
Algal blooms usually die soon after they appear. The ecosystem simply cannot support the huge number of cyanobacteria. The organisms compete with one another for the remaining oxygen and nutrients. Hypoxia Hypoxia occurs when algae and other organisms die from lack of oxygen and available nutrients.
Hypoxia events often follow algal blooms. The cyanobacteria, algae, and phytoplankton sink to the seafloor, and are decomposed by bacteria.
Even though oxygen can now flow freely through the aquatic ecosystem, the decomposition process uses up almost all of it. This lack of oxygen creates dead zones in which most aquatic species cannot survive.
The Gulf of Mexico has a seasonal hypoxic zone that forms every year in late summer. Its size varies from fewer than 5,000 square kilometers (1,931 square miles) to approximately 22,000 square kilometers (8,494 square miles, or the size of Massachusetts).
Concern over its increasing size led to the formation of the Mississippi River/Gulf of Mexico Watershed Nutrient Task Force in 1997. Its mission is to reduce the five-year running average of the Gulf of Mexico dead zone to less than 5,000 square kilometers.
The Baltic Sea is home to seven of the world’s 10 largest marine dead zones. Increased runoff from agricultural fertilizers and sewage has sped up the eutrophication process.
Overfishing of Baltic cod has intensified the problem. Cod eat sprats, a small, herring-like species that eat microscopic zooplankton, which in turn eat algae. Fewer cod and more sprats mean more algae and less oxygen.
The spreading dead zones are starting to reach the cod’s deep-water breeding grounds, further endangering the species.
The Baltic Sea has become the first “macro-region” targeted by the European Union to combat pollution, dead zones, overfishing, and regional disputes.
The EU is coordinating the Baltic Sea Strategy with eight EU member countries that border the Baltic Sea: Denmark, Estonia,
Mass Animal Deaths
This is not for the whole year and I know I missed some. Each year there has been more and more mass deaths. From reading all above it is impossible to not see humanities hand in it all. Feel free to look all the events up. You will also notice that these events are lightly covered in the news However for most part they are shelved and not put on mainstream media.
10th September 2016 – 47 TONS of dead fish found in aquatic farms in Central Vietnam.
10th September 2016 – 50,000 fish dead due to ‘mystery disease’ in Bardiya, Nepal.
9th September 2016 – Thousands of frogs dying due to deadly fungus across California, America.
8th September 2016 – Dozens of birds fall from sky and die in Boston, America.
8th September 2016 – 23,000 birds killed due to avian flu in Guizhou province, China.
7th September 2016 – 15 TONS of dead fish found washed up in Cienaga Grande de Santa Marta, Colombia.
7th September 2016 – Hundreds of dead fish and crabs found in a harbor in Baltimore, America.
7th September 2016 – TONS of fish die in a river in Quang Tri Province, Vietnam.
7th September 2016 – 8 Dolphins dead after stranding in Florida Bay, Florida, America. dead dolphins florida
6th September 2016 – Fish kill strikes a river in North Dakota, America.
6th September 2016 – Hundreds of dead fish found washed up along a river in Fuengirola, Spain.
5th September 2016 – Thousands of dead fish found in a temple pond in Tamil Nadu, India.
5th September 2016 – Thousands of dead fish wash up on a beach near Vokolida, Cyprus.
2nd September 2016 – Masses of fish are dying in the Kizilirmak River in Turkey.
2nd September 2016 – Thousands of dead fish wash up in a harbor in Mississippi, America.
1st September 2016 – Massive die off of fish in a farm in Western Australia.
31st August 2016 – Masses of dead anchovy wash up on the coast of Chanaral, Chile.
31st August 2016 – Thousands of dead fish wash up ‘causing shock’ on a lake in Alberta, Canada.
30th August 2016 – 100 TONS of fish have died suddenly in Lake Maninjau, West Sumatra, Indonesia.
30th August 2016 – Thousands of dead fish found is ‘unprecedented’ in a lake in Sverdlovsk, Russia.
30th August 2016 – Massive die off of fish in fish farms in Boyolali, Indonesia.
29th August 2016 – Large die off of fish, ‘a mystery’ in a lake in Cordoba, Argentina.
29th August 2016 – 322 Reindeer found dead, ‘probably killed by lightning’ in Hardangervidda, dead reindeer in NorwayNorway.
29th August 2016 – Tens of thousands of fish die in a river in Ba Ria-Vung Tau, Vietnam.
29th August 2016 – Mass die off of fish ‘due to pollution’ in the River Seyhan, Turkey.
28th August 2016 – 11,500 chickens killed due to avian flu in Lome, Togo.
28th August 2016 – Thousands of dead fish wash up in Atlantic Highlands, New Jersey, America.
28th August 2016 – Fish kill found along the shores of Kuwait Bay, Kuwait.
27th August 2016 – 20,000 dead fish wash up in Little Egg Harbor, New Jersey, America.
27th August 2016 – Thousands of dead fish turn up in the waters of Matamoros, Mexico.
27th August 2016 – Hundreds of thousands of dead mussels wash up on a beach in Jamesport, New York, America.
27th August 2016 – 11,000 fish found dead in Huntington, New York, America.
27th August 2016 – Thousands of dead fish wash up in Portland Harbor, Oregon, America.
26th August 2016 – Large amount of dead fish found floating on a river in Sena Madureira, Brazil.
25th August 2016 – Hundreds of TONS of fish ‘suddenly die’ in a reservoir in Sragen, Indonesia.
25th August 2016 – 1 Million+ dead fish wash up in New Jersey, America.
24th August 2016 – Thousands of dead fish found floating in the waters of Asten, Netherlands.
24th August 2016 – Large amount of dead fish, lobsters and crabs found in the waters of Fortaleza, Brazil.
23rd August 2016 – 18,000+ cattle die due to ‘cold temperatures’ in Arequipa, Peru.
22nd August 2016 – Thousands of dead fish found in a river in North Carolina, America.
22nd August 2016 – 150,000 lbs of fish turn up dead in a lake in Qingdao, China.
20th August 2016 – Thousands of fish die due to ‘unprecedented parasite’ in Yellowstone river, America.
19th August 2016 – Hundreds of dead fish turn up in a river in the Bronx, New York, America.
19th August 2016 – Thousands of fish die in the waters of Rio Hondo, Texas, America.
18th August 2016 – Hundreds of dead fish found in a pond at National Mall, Washington, America.
17th August 2016 – 1,100 chickens die in a farm in Odisha, India.
16th August 2016 – 55 dead turtles found in La Paz, Mexico.
16th August 2016 – Massive die off of fish in fish farms in Pattani Province, Thailand.
16th August 2016 – Large die off of fish in a lake in Volyn, Ukraine
15th August 2016 – 28 dolphins and 4 sea lions found dead on beaches in Lambayeque, Peru. Dead dolphins-sealions in peru
15th August 2016 – Tens of thousands of fish have died in two rivers in Sioux County, Iowa, America.
15th August 2016 – Thousands of fish and other marine animals wash up dead on the coast of Morowali, Indonesia.
14th August 2016 – 12.5 TONS of fish die in a lake in Xiamen, China.
13th August 2016 – TONS of fish die in fish farms in Thang Binh District, Vietnam.
12th August 2016 – TONS of dead fish wash up on a beach in Sanya Bay, Hainan, China.
12th August 2016 – Hundreds of dead fish found in Yellowstone River, Montana, America.
12th August 2016 – Hundreds of dead starfish and other fish washing up dead in Coogee, Australia.
8th August 2016 – 10,000 dead fish wash up along the coast of the Sea of Azov, Ukraine.
8th August 2016 – Hundreds of dead fish washing up in Ganjam, India.
7th August 2016 – Thousands of dead fish wash up, ‘a mystery’ in the Strait of Messina, Italy.
6th August 2016 – MASSIVE fish kill in the waters of Cienaga Grande de Santa Marta, Colombia.
5th August 2016 – Hundreds of dead fish wash up in a lake in Georgia, America.
4th August 2016 – Thousands of fish die in the waters of Kleinmachnow, Germany. Fish kill Germany
4th August 2016 – 1,000 dead starfish wash up on beaches near Fremantle, Australia.
4th August 2016 – Large die off of fish in a lake in Jinjiang, China.
4th August 2016 – Hundreds of birds found dead, ‘due to disease’ in Hendrik-Ido-Ambacht, Netherlands.
3rd August 2016 – 20 TONS of fish have died in fish farms in Bandung, Indonesia.
3rd August 2016 – Thousands of fish have died due to pollution in the river Faughan, Northern Ireland.
3rd August 2016 – Thousands of dead fish wash up along a river in Prince Edward Island, Canada.
3rd August 2016 – 29,000 birds killed due to avian flu in Cote d’Ivoire.
3rd August 2016 – Thousands of fish in fish farms dead in Pinrang, Indonesia.
2nd August 2016 – TONS of dead fish found washed up in a lake in Da Nang, Vietnam.
2nd August 2016 – Massive die off of marine life is ‘unprecedented’ off the Gulf coast of Texas, America.
2nd August 2016 – Mass die off of fish in the waters of Lakeport, California, America.
31st July 2016 – Hundreds of dead fish found in a lake, ‘never seen this before’ in Oklahoma, America.
30th July 2016 – Hundreds of dead fish found in a lake in South Dakota, America.
29th July 2016 – Massive die off of fish in a lake in Indiana, America.
28th July 2016 – 300 sea birds have washed up dead since May in Washington State, America.
28th July 2016 – 3,000 chicks to be killed due to avian flu in Funen, Denmark.
28th July 2016 – Massive die off of fish in a lagoon in Marica, Brazil.
28th July 2016 – 1,500 deer have died due to anthrax outbreak in Yamal Peninsula, Russia.
27th July 2016 – 91 dead dolphins found washed up this summer on beaches in Bulgaria.
27th July 2016 – Thousands of fish die in a pond in Amritsar, India.
27th July 2016 – TONS of fish die due to heat in Dazhou, China.
26th July 2016 – Hundreds of thousands of chickens dying from avian flu across Iraq.
26th July 2016 – Thousands of fish wash up dead, ‘a mystery’ in a river in Gloucestershire, England.
26th July 2016 – Hundreds of dead fish wash up along the Guadalupe River in Colombia.
26th July 2016 – 11 dead turtles found washed up on beaches in Baja California Sur, Mexico.
25th July 2016 – Thousands of dead fish wash up on the coast of Mersin, Turkey.
23rd July 2016 – 17 dead dolphins found on a beach in Mira, Portugal.
22nd July 2016 – Mass die off of fish in the waters of Kien Giang Province, Vietnam.
20th July 2016 – 70 dead whales found washed up on a beach in southern Chile. 70 dead whales in Chile
20th July 2016 – Hundreds of dead fish wash up in Mosquito Creek, Trinidad and Tobago.
19th July 2016 – Fish die en masse in fish farms in Thanh Hoa Province, Vietnam.
18th July 2016 – Millions of poultry dying from avian flu across Central Africa.
18th July 2016 – Masses of dead fish found floating in the waters of Kamensk, Russia.
17th July 2016 – Large fish kills in the waters of Cienaga Grande de Santa Marta, Colombia.
16th July 2016 – Thousands of dead fish litter a beach on Okaloosa Island, Florida, America.
15th July 2016 – 3,500 ducks found dead along the river Palar in India.
14th July 2016 – 200,000+ dead fish have washed up in Craven County, North Carolina, America.
14th July 2016 – Large number of sea birds washing up dead is ‘alarming’ in Victoria, Canada.
13th July 2016 – 40,000 birds to be killed due to avian flu in Friesland, Netherlands.
9th July 2016 – 100 bull sharks found washed up dead on beaches in Mobile Bay, America.
8th July 2016 – 14,000 ducks to be killed due to avian flu in Ontario, Canada.
7th July 2016 – Thousands of dead fish found in a canal in Florida, America. Link
6th July 2016 – Massive die off of fish in fish farms in Hongze County, China.
6th July 2016 – Large die off of fish in a river in Luoyang, China.
5th July 2016 – Thousands of dead fish wash up on beaches in Virginia, America.
5th July 2016 – 1,000+ geese killed due to avain flu in Tainan, Taiwan.
4th July 2016 – Tens of thousands of dead fish found in a river in Quebec, Canada
3rd July 2016 – Several TONS of dead fish found in a river in Deventer, Netherlands.
2nd July 2016 – Thousands of dead fish found, ‘a mystery’ in the coastal waters of Catanzaro, Italy.
1st July 2016 – Mass fish die off in a river in Sumy Region, Ukraine.
30th June 2016 – Thousands of fish die in Mad River Estuary, California, America.
29th June 2016 – Mass fish die off in a river in Stavropol, Russia.
28th June 2016 – Hundreds of dead starfish wash up on beaches in Tekirdag, Turkey.
28th June 2016 – Hundreds of dead birds washing up along lake Erie in New York, America.
28th June 2016 – Thousands of dead fish found in a lake in Lancashire, England.
27th June 2016 – 13,000 birds killed due to avian flu in Yunlin County, Taiwan.
27th June 2016 – 3 TONS of fish found dead in a lake in Viamao, Brazil.
27th June 2016 – Thousands of dead fish found floating in the Terramaini channel, Italy.
26th June 2016 – Huge number of dead fish found in a river in Nanjing, China.
25th June 2016 – 48 dead turtles found on beaches in Sinaloa, Mexico.
25th June 2016 – Large number of dead sea creatures washing ashore, ‘a mystery’ in Skegness, England.
25th June 2016 – 45,000 cattle have died this year due to drought in Tabasco, Mexico.
25th June 2016 – Thousands of dead fish found along the waterways of Memphis, America.
25th June 2016 – TONS of fish found dead in the waters of Nalgonda, India.
24th June 2016 – Dozens of alligators and hundreds of fish dying every day due to drought inDead Alligators Paraguay Pilcomayo river, Paraguay.
24th June 2016 – 40 TONS of fish ‘suddenly die’ in a fish farm in Hau Giang, Vietnam.
24th June 2016 – 9,000 birds killed due to avian flu in Macau, China.
24th June 2016 – Thousands of dead fish found in a lake in Bernardo de Irigoyen, Argentina.
24th June 2016 – Hundreds of dead fish found floating in a lake in Quang Nam, Vietnam.
23rd June 2016 – Hundreds of dead birds found in fields ‘due to pesticides’ in Chandrapur, India.
23rd June 2016 – Thousands of fish died in a park lake in Santa Catarina, Brazil.
21st June 2016 – 300 sheep dead due to lightning in Jalal-Abad, Kyrgyzstan.
21st June 2016 – Massive fish kill in Green Lake, Wisconsin, America
20th June 2016 – 120,000 birds killed due to avian flu in Al Biqa, Lebanon.
20th June 2016 – Hundreds of exotic fish found dead in the waters of Portalegre District, Portugal.
20th June 2016 – Hundreds of dead fish found in a river in Oklahoma, America.
18th June 2016 – 60 TONS of fish have died in the waters of Maine-et-Loire, France.
17th June 2016 – Masses of dead crabs and starfish washing up in Port Aransas, Texas, America.
17th June 2016 – Mass die off of salmon in fish farms, due to ‘toxic algae’ in British Columbia, Canada.
17th June 2016 – Dozens of TONS of fish die suddenly in Kuningan, Indonesia.
16th June 2016 – Large die off of various fish and crabs along the Neuse River is ‘unusual’, North Carolina, America.
16th June 2016 – 35 dead turtles found in Santa Rosalia, Mexico.
16th June 2016 – 11 dead turtles and dolphins found washed up in Escuinapa, Mexico.
16th June 2016 – 30+ whales stranded, 10 dead on Java Island in Indonesia.
16th June 2016 – Hundreds of dead fish found washed up in a lake in Kolkata, India.
15th June 2016 – Masses of dead fish washing up on beaches in Lake Michigan, America.
15th June 2016 – 7 whales have washed up during the past 5 months in Nghe An Province, Vietnam.
14th June 2016 – Tens of thousands of fish have died in a lake in Santa Lucia, Peru.
13th June 2016 – 20,000 fish die in a pond in St Josephs, Missouri, America.
12th June 2016 – Hundreds of dead fish found in a lake in Zwolle, Netherlands.
12th June 2016 – Masses of dead fish wash up on a beach in Lianyungang, China.
12th June 2016 – Thousands of cattle dead due to flooding in Tasmania, Australia.
12th June 2016 – Thousands of dead fish found in Gohira dam in India.
10th June 2016 – 48,000 chickens killed due to avian flu in Dongeradeel, Netherlands.
10th June 2016 – Masses of dead fish wash up along the marshes of Cienaga Grande de Santa Marta, Colombia.
9th June 2016 – Thousands of dead tuna crabs wash up in Mission Bay, California, America.
9th June 2016 – 6 TONS of fish die in a lake in Hanoi, Vietnam.
8th June 2016 – Mass die off of fish in a river in East Kazakhstan.
8th June 2016 – Hundreds of dead fish wash up in a lake in Kananaskis, Canada.
7th June 2016 – 20 turtles and other marine animals wash up dead in Santa Rosalia, Mexico. 7th June 2016 – 4,500 birds killed due to avian flu in central Hong Kong.
6th June 2016 – Massive die off of fish along 15km of coast of Tabasco, Mexico.
6th June 2016 – 10,000 birds killed due to avian flu in Landes, France.
3rd June 2016 – 90 TONS of fish die in West Java, Indonesia.
3rd June 2016 – 86,000 birds killed from avian flu in Niger.
2nd June 2016 – Large number of dead birds being found, ‘a mystery’ in Martins Ferry, Ohio, America.
2nd June 2016 – 10,000+ chickens killed due to avian flu in Yunlin County, Taiwan.
1st June 2016 – Hundreds of dead fish found washed up on Prince Edward Island in Canada.
30th May 2016 – Hundreds of fish die in lake Independence, Minnesota, America.
30th May 2016 – Hundreds of fish die in a lake in Bengaluru, India.
29th May 2016 – Thousands of fish turning up dead along the coast of Catia La Mar in Venezuela.
28th May 2016 – 2 Humpback whales found dead on beaches in Santa Catarina, Brazil.
27th May 2016 – 35,000 birds killed due to avian flu in Cameroon.
26th May 2016 – Hundreds of dead fish wash up on a beach in Gulfport, Mississippi, America.
24th May 2016 – Large fish kill found on a river in Negros Occidental, Philippines.
24th May 2016 – Hundreds of thousands of dead fish wash up on Grand Isle beach in Louisiana, Dead fish in LouisianaAmerica.
24th May 2016 – Mass die off of fish found in a lake in Nam Dinh, Vietnam.
23rd May 2016 – Massive die off of fish in the waterways of Palm Beach County, Florida, America.
23rd May 2016 – Hundreds of thousands of fish die in a reservoir in Chanthaburi, Thailand. 22nd May 2016 – TONS of fish found dead in a lake in Boyaca, Colombia.
21st May 2016 – Hundreds of dead fish appear in lakes in El Nayar, Mexico.
20th May 2016 – TONS of fish killed in a lake in Cotabato, Philippines.
19th May 2016 – 50,000 birds killed due to avian flu in Emilia-Romagna, Italy.
19th May 2016 – Mass die off of fish found in a river in Eloor, India.
18th May 2016 – 25,000 birds killed due to avian flu in Accra, Ghana.
18th May 2016 – 70+ TONS of fish die in a canal ‘due to heavy rain’ in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.
17th May 2016 – Tons of dead fish found in the waters of Claassee, Germany.
16th May 2016 – 1 MILLION+ cattle have died this year due to extreme weather in Mongolia.
16th May 2016 – Large numbers of loggerhead turtles found dead this year on the coast of Almeria, Spain.
15th May 2016 – 24 whales die after beaching in Baja California, Mexico.
13th May 2016 – Masses of dead jellyfish found washed up on beaches on Chiloe Island, Chile.
12th May 2016 – Another 300 TONS of dead sardines wash up on the south coast of Chile.
11th May 2016 – Thousands of dead tuna crabs wash ashore on Imperial Beach, California, America.
11th May 2016 – Thousands of dead fish surface at a lake in Bengaluru, India.
10th May 2016 – Hundreds of snow geese found dead in Idaho, America
9th May 2016 – 9,000 birds killed by huge hailstorm in Utah, America.
9th May 2016 – Masses of dead prawns wash up on the coast of Arica, Chile.
9th May 2016 – 100 dead sea birds found washed up on beaches in El Tabito and Matanzas, Chile.
9th May 2016 – 130,000 birds killed due to avian flu in Karnataka, India.
9th May 2016 – Thousands of dead fish found in the waters of Saint Petersburg, Russia.
8th May 2016 – 2,000 pigs die from disease in Aizawl, India.
8th May 2016 – 17,000 chickens killed due to avian flu in North East Italy.
6th May 2016 – Thousands of fish have died due to pollution in the San Juan River in Mexico.
5th May 2016 – UPDATE: 40,000 TONS of Salmon and 8,000 TONS of Sardines have washed up dead, due to red tide in Chile.
5th May 2016 – 30+ TONS of dead fish appear in a lake, ‘people in shock’ in Hainan, China.
4th May 2016 – 39,000 turkeys killed due to avian flu in Missouri, America.
4th May 2016 – Hundreds of cattle dead due to disease in Kampong Thom, Cambodia.
3rd May 2016 – 2,600 Turtles and thousands of sea birds found dead during past 6 months in southern Brazil.
3rd May 2016 – Massive fish kill in Lake Thunderbird in Oklahoma, America.
3rd May 2016 – Hundreds of TONS of fish suddenly die in Lake Toba, Indonesia.
2nd May 2016 – 200 TONS of fish found dead in a lake in Alfenas, Brazil.
2nd May 2016 – Thousands of dead jellyfish found washed ashore, ‘a rare phenomenon’ along Blue JellyfishOdisha coast in India.
2nd May 2016 – Hundreds of dead fish found in a lake in Florida, America.
30th April 2016 – Millions of dead molluscs found washed up on beaches, ‘a disaster’ in Los Lagos, Chile.
30th April 2016 – 14 TONS of dead fish found in a lake in Xiamen, China.
29th April 2016 – 80,000 birds killed due to avian flu in Al Biqa, Lebanon.
28th April 2016 – 100+ TONS of clams have died in central Vietnam.
28th April 2016 – 80,000 Chickens killed from fire at a farm in Connecticut, America.
26th April 2016 – 720,000 birds killed due to avian flu in various parts of Iraq.
25th April 2016 – 65 TONS of fish have died in the waters of Kampong Thom, Cambodia.
25th April 2016 – 40 TONS of fish have died in a lake in Nalgonda district, India.
23rd April 2016 – Hundreds of dead fish wash up on a beach in Cattlewash, Barbados.
23rd April 2016 – 70+ TONS of dead fish found in a river in Magdalena Department, Colombia.
23rd April 2016 – Massive die off of fish in a river in Hulunbuir, China.
22nd April 2016 – 1 TON of shrimp and other fish have died in a pond in Phuket, Thailand.
22nd April 2016 – 200,000 fish have died in fish farms in Taiping, Malaysia.
21st April 2016 – 50 dolphins found stranded, 10 dead on a beach in Cambutal, Panama.
21st April 2016 – Hundreds of fish die in a lake, ‘whole lake is dead’ in Alberta, Canada.
21st April 2016 – Massive die off of fish, ‘never seen this before’ in Quang Tri Province, Vietnam.
21st April 2016 – Hundreds of fish die in a lake, ‘never seen this before’ in Princeton, New Jersey, America.
21st April 2016 – 190,000 birds killed, 62 farms closed, due to avian flu in Plateau, Nigeria.
21st April 2016 – Thousands of dead fish found in a lake in Yuriria, Mexico.
20th April 2016 – Hundreds of dead fish found washed up on a beach in Tenerife, Spain.
20th April 2016 – Hundreds of dead fish found in the Bobos river in Mexico.
20th April 2016 – Thousands of dead fish wash up on a beach in Cukurova, Turkey.
19th April 2016 – 23,000 chickens killed due to avian flu in Monywa, Myanmar.
19th April 2016 – 100 dead turtles found in Lam Luk Ka, Thailand.
18th April 2016 – 4,000 TONS of sardines wash up in Araucania Chile.
18th April 2016 – 48 dead turtles have washed up along the Gulf Coast this year, ‘scientists puzzled’ in Colombia.
15th April 2016 – Millions of fish ‘suddenly die’ in a river in Mimika Regency, Indonesia.
14th April 2016 – 1,000 cattle dead due to ‘high nitrate grasslands’ in Boyaca, Colombia.
12th April 2016 – 79 dead turtles found on beaches in Jalisco, Mexico.
12th April 2016 – Thousands of dead sword fish found on Lopes Mendes sands in Brazil.
11th April 2016 – Mass die off of fish in a reservoir in Omsk, Russia.
11th April 2016 – Thousands of fish are dead in a river ‘due to drought’ in Lampang, Thailand.
9th April 2016 – 1,000 pigs dead ‘due to gas mining pollution’ in Chinchilla, Australia.
9th April 2016 – Thousands of dead fish wash up on Amouli Beach in Samoa.
8th April 2016 – 100,000 lbs of dead fish found in a reservoir in Sifangtai District, China.
8th April 2016 – Dozens of dead birds found along a road in Fairfax County, Virginia, America.
8th April 2016 – Masses of dead fish appear in a pond in Fortaleza, Brazil
7th April 2016 – 5,000 birds killed by storm in Jessore, Bangladesh.
6th April 2016 – 18,000 birds killed due to new outbreak of avian flu in Plateau province, Nigeria.
5th April 2016 – Thousands of fish killed due to sewage leek in a lake in Tennessee, America.
4th April 2016 – 700+ dead turtles have been found during the past 2 months along coast of Guerrero, Mexico.
4th April 2016 – Hundreds of thousands of dead fish found in a river in Kazuo, China.
4th April 2016 – 5 dolphins, plus other marine animals found dead on beaches in San Bernardo del Viento, Colombia.
4th April 2016 – 1,700 Geese killed due to avian flu in Taibao City, Taiwan.
4th April 2016 – Thousands of fish have died in a reservoir in Eskikadin, Turkey.
2nd April 2016 – 80 turtles found dead on a beach in Paradip, India.
2nd April 2016 – 11,000 birds killed due to avian flu in South Sulawesi, Indonesia.
31st March 2016 – Thousands of dead jellyfish wash ashore on Hallandale Beach in Florida, Dead jellyfish in FloridaAmerica.
31st March 2016 – 61 dead dolphins, whales and porpoise have washed up during past 3 months in Cornwall, England.
31st March 2016 – 8 dead dolphins have washed ashore this past week in Mississippi, America.
30th March 2016 – Hundreds of fish die in a pond, reason unknown, in Pune, India.
29th March 2016 – 68 wild boars found dead due to disease in a forest in Lukhovitsy, Russia.
29th March 2016 – 167,000 birds killed due to avian flu in Katsina, Sokoto and Bauchi provinces, Nigeria.
29th March 2016 – Thousands of dead fish wash up in Cape Hillsborough, Queensland, Australia.
29th March 2016 – 100 dead birds found along I-5 in Redding, California, America.
28th March 2016 – Large die off of fish along the estuary in Poneloya, Nicaragua.
28th March 2016 – Hundreds of Thousands of dead fish along Indian River Lagoon in Florida, America
28th March 2016 – 19 dead dolphins found washed up along the coast of Georgia.
27th March 2016 – 11,000 ducks killed due to avian flu in Icheon, South Korea.
25th March 2016 – Massive die off of fish in a lake in Nanhu District, China.
25th March 2016 – 5,000 fish die in a fish farm in Labuan, Malaysia.
24th March 2016 – Massive die off of fish ‘due to unknown disease’ in Maniema, Democratic Republic of the Congo.
23rd March 2016 – Thousands of TONS of oysters die off in the Mekong Delta, Vietnam.
23rd March 2016 – Tens of Thousands of fish die in a lake in Krabi, Thailand.
22nd March 2016 – Dozens of dead birds found along a road in Elmira, New York, America.
20th March 2016 – 350,000+ cattle dead due to cold weather in the Mongolian Steppes, Mongolia.
20th March 2016 – Hundreds of dead fish appear in a canal in Tamaulipas, Mexico.
19th March 2016 – Thousands of fish dying in fish farms ‘due to heat’ in Taiping, Malaysia.
19th March 2016 – Hundreds of fish dead in a lake in Devarabeesanahalli, India.
19th March 2016 – Die off of fish found washed up on a beach in Calodyne, Mauritius.
18th March 2016 – 10 dead sea lions found this week on beaches of Vancouver Island, Canada.
17th March 2016 – Large amount of dead fish found washed up on a beach in Rayong, Thailand.
17th March 2016 – Large die off of fish along 10km of coastline in Kimberley, Australia.
16th March 2016 – Hundreds of dead crows found near Battle Creek in Michigan, America.
16th March 2016 – UPDATE: sea bird die off now up to 36,000 in Alaska, America.
16th March 2016 – Thousands of birds dead due to avian flu in Banyuwangi, Indonesia.
15th March 2016 – Hundreds of dead fish washing up at Cape Canaveral and Cocoa Beach in Florida, America.
15th March 2016 – Thousands of fish and 6 crocodiles dead as river runs dry in Yadgir, India.
13th March 2016 – Hundreds of dead fish found washed ashore along McPhee Reservoir in Colorado, America.
12th March 2016 – Thousands of dead fish found in Lower Lake Mary in Arizona, America.
12th March 2016 – 16,880 chickens killed due to outbreak of avian flu in Changhua, Taiwan.
12th March 2016 – Hundreds of dead fish found in a lake in Oran, Algeria.
11th March 2016 – Thousands of dead fish wash up on shores of a lagoon in Cochabamba, Bolivia.
10th March 2016 – 3 rare whales found dead on Northland beach in New Zealand.
9th March 2016 – 160,000+ birds killed due to new avian flu outbreaks in Plateau and Kano, Nigeria.
8th March 2016 – MASSIVE – 21 MILLION+ salmon dead due to algae bloom in Chiloe and Aysen region, Chile.
8th March 2016 – 7+ TONS of dead fish found in a river in Tres Lagoas, Brazil.
8th March 2016 – 1 MILLION+ sea slugs wash up dead on a beach in Phuket, Thailand.
7th March 2016 – Thousands of dead fish wash up in Bengaluru Lakes, India.
7th March 2016 – Thousands of dead fish appear in the Bobos river in Mexico.
6th March 2016 – Massive fish kill, ‘biggest ever’ in a river in Queensland, Australia.
4th March 2016 – Large number of dead sea birds washing up on beaches in Volusia, Florida, America.
4th March 2016 – 7 TONS of dead fish have washed up in Cape Town, South Africa.
3rd March 2016 – 28 dead dolphins found during the past 2 months along the west coast of Ireland.
3rd March 2016 – 23 dolphins found dead on beaches south of Buenos Aires, Argentina.
3rd March 2016 – Several TONS of dead fish found in the Chicamocha River, Colombia.
2nd March 2016 – Massive die off of fish along 7km of river in Periyar, India.
2nd March 2016 – Hundreds of fish die in Devigere lake, India.
1st March 2016 – 860,000 cattle dead due to severe drought and rainstorms in Bolivia.
1st March 2016 – Thousands of dead fish have washed up in a lake in Victoria, Australia.
29th February 2016 – 16 dead whales have washed up dead during past couple of months in Baja California, Mexico.
29th February 2016 – 400,000 salmon dead due to ‘lice treatment and disease’ in fish farms in Norway.
29th February 2016 – 12,000+ chickens and geese killed due to avian flu in Taiwan.
26th February 2016 – 800 dead ducks removed from reservoirs in Caceres, Spain.
26th February 2016 – Hundreds of dead sea lions have washed up, during past few months along the coast of Chile and Peru.
25th February 2016 – 40+ Olive Ridley turtles found dead along the coast of Odisha, India.
25th February 2016 – 30+ TONS of dead fish removed from a lake in Ningde, China.
23rd February 2016 – 100,000 cattle dead due to drought throughout Colombia.
23rd February 2016 – 41,000 birds dead due to another outbreak of avian flu in Taiwan.
22nd February 2016 – 129 dead sea turtles have washed up this month in Clearwater, Florida, America.
22nd February 2016 – 20 TONS of fish die in Lake Maninjau, Indonesia.
22nd February 2016 – Massive die off of fish along a river in Surat, India.
21st February 2016 – Dozens of dead birds found along a highway in Ohio, America.
20th February 2016 – 6 dead dolphins have washed up this year in Yucatan, Mexico.
19th February 2016 – 118 turtles found dead along the coast of Oaxaca, Mexico.
18th February 2016 – Hundreds of dead sea birds found washed up in Trujillo, Peru.
18th February 2016 – Hundreds of birds fall dead from sky in Odessa, Ukraine.
17th February 2016 – MASSIVE – 1000+ TONS of fish have died in fish farms along the Mekong Delta, Vietnam.
17th February 2016 – Hundreds of dead fish found in a lake in Chapultepec, Mexico.
16th February 2016 – Tens of thousands of cattle dead, due to drought in Southern Zimbabwe.
16th February 2016 – 445 dead turtles found washed up along beaches in Guerrero, Mexico.
16th February 2016 – Large die off of fish along the waterways of Karatay in Turkey.
15th February 2016 – Thousands of fish are dying along the Porce River in Colombia.
13th February 2016 – MASSIVE – 150,000 penguins die after giant iceberg becomes grounded in Antarctica.
11th February 2016 – Hundreds of dead fish wash up on beaches in Mauritius.
11th February 2016 – Thousands of fish continue to die along the Nile Delta in Egypt.
11th February 2016 – Dozens of monkeys are dying off, ‘a mystery’ in the forests of Nicaragua.
11th February 2016 – Thousands of dead fish are washing up on beaches in Fiji.
11th February 2016 – Hundreds of dead fish found in the waters of Oosterhout, Netherlands.
11th February 2016 – 5,800 chickens killed due to avain flu in Tainan, Taiwan.
11th February 2016 – Masses of dead fish wash up on beaches in Montevideo, Uruguay.
10th February 2016 – Thousands of dead fish wash up in the waters of New Caledonia.
10th February 2016 – Hundreds of dead eels found in a creek in Marlborough, New Zealand.
10th February 2016 – Dozens of dead sea birds, plus other marine creatures found on a beach in Malibu, America.
9th February 2016 – Dozens of cattle dying off due to unknown disease in Warrap State, Sudan.
6th February 2016 – Hundreds of dead fish wash ashore ‘due to red tide’ in Florida, America.
5th February 2016 – MILLIONS of Oysters are dead due to disease in southern Tasmania, Australia.
4th February 2016 – Dozens of birds suddenly die in Wichita, Kansas, America.
4th February 2016 – Dozens of Pelicans dying, reason unknown on Grand Isle, Louisiana, America.
4th February 2016 – 6 dead whales have washed ashore along the coast of East England.
4th February 2016 – Hundreds of dead fish wash ashore, ‘sparking fear’ in La Brea, Trinidad and Tobago.
4th February 2016 – Massive die off of fish in a lagoon in Marica, Brazil.
3rd February 2016 – 8 more dead whales found along coast of Friedrichskoog, Germany.
3rd February 2016 – 700,000 birds killed due to avian flu in Kurdistan.
3rd February 2016 – 41,000 chickens have died from Newcastle disease in Luzon, Philippines.
3rd February 2016 – 36 TONS of fish have died in farms, ‘due to read tide’ in Hong Kong.
3rd February 2016 – Dozens of dead turtles found along beaches in Tecpan de Galeana, Mexico.
3rd February 2016 – Hundreds of dead fish found in ponds in Queensland, Australia.
3rd February 2016 – 11,500 Chickens killed due to avian flu in Changhua County, Taiwan.
1st February 2016 – 1 Whale and 3 dolphins wash up dead along Oregon-Washington Coast, America.
1st February 2016 – Hundreds of dead fish found in a lake in Texas, America.
1st February 2016 – Mass deaths of fish in Shing Mun River, Hong Kong.
1st February 2016 – Masses of dead fish discovered along 1km of river in Hubei province, China.
31st January 2016 – Large die off of fish, ‘never seen before’ in Snake River, Washington, America.
30th January 2016 – 500+ camels have died from ‘mysterious disease’ in Marsabit, Kenya.
30th January 2016 – 19+ TONS of dead fish found in a lake in Goias, Brazil.
29th January 2016 – 2.5 Million birds killed due to avian flu in 18 states of Nigeria.
28th January 2016 – 22,000+ sea birds found dead, ‘biggest die off ever recorded’, along beaches Dead birds in alaskain Alaska, America.
28th January 2016 – Hundreds of sea birds found dead on a beach on Sea of Galilee, Israel.
28th January 2016 – 8,900+ Buffalo and cows killed by cold in Northern Vietnam.
28th January 2016 – HUNDREDS OF TONS of fish have died in farms in Ha Tinh province, Vietnam.
27th January 2016 – 400 TONS of fish have died due to cold in Ubon Ratchathani, Thailand.
27th January 2016 – Thousands of fish have died in a reservoir in Nevada, America.
26th January 2016 – Thousands of dead fish wash ashore on Martha’s Vineyard, Massachusetts, America.
25th January 2016 – Thousands of chickens killed by ‘mysterious disease’ in Kampong Thom, Cambodia.
25th January 2016 – Thousands of dead starfish are washing ashore at Port St. Joe, Florida, Dead Starfish in FloridaAmerica.
25th January 2016 – 1000+ swans dead due to avian flu in Hunan, China.
25th January 2016 – Hundreds of thousands of fish found dead in a lake in Samut Prakan, Thailand.
21st January 2016 – 24,000 Fowls, 250 Peacocks, and other birds killed due to avain flu in Adamawa, Nigeria.
21st January 2016 – 300 dead turtles found on a beach in Odisha, India.
20th January 2016 – 400,000 birds killed due to outbreak of avian flu in Indiana, America.
18th January 2016 – 7 dead whales found along the coast of Baja California Sur, Mexico.
18th January 2016 – Mass fish kill in a river in Eloor, India.
17th January 2016 – 12 sperm whales wash up dead on islands in Netherlands and Germany.
17th January 2016 – Large die off of fish spotted along the Nile in Rosetta, Egypt.
16th January 2016 – 8,000+ birds killed due to avian flu in Tripura, India.
15th January 2016 – MASSIVE – 10,000+ dead squid wash ashore ‘reason Dead squid in chileunknown’ in Arauco, Chile.
15th January 2016 – 10,000 ducks killed due to more outbreaks of avian flu in Taipei, Taiwan.
15th January 2016 – Hundreds of dead fish found floating in a river in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
14th January 2016 – 5 giant sperm whales wash ashore dead on Texel Island in Netherlands.
13th January 2016 – Thousands of dead fish wash up in Guanabara Bay, Brazil.
13th January 2016 – 40,000 chickens to be killed due to avian flu in Fife, Scotland.
13th January 2016 – Hundreds of thousands of fish dead or dying in Hunter river, NSW, Australia.
12th January 2016 – Hundreds of animals killed by hail storm in Canchabamba, Peru.
12th January 2016 – 100+ Whales stranded, 45 dead on the coast of Tamil Nadu, India.
12th January 2016 – 700,000 birds killed due to another outbreak of avian flu in Kano State,Dead whales in India Nigeria.
10th January 2016 – Hundreds of dead fish and eels found in a lake in Hawke’s Bay, New Zealand.
9th January 2016 – 4,000+ cattle dead due to drought in Huila, Colombia.
8th January 2016 – Thousands of dead fish wash up in Gulfport, Florida, America.
8th January 2016 – 330,000+ birds killed due to avian flu in Kano and Delta regions, Nigeria.
8th January 2016 – Tens of thousands of dead starfish and jellyfish wash up along Sussex and Hampshire, England.
7th January 2016 – Tens of thousands of birds killed due to avian flu in various areas of Taiwan.
7th January 2016 – 2,000 dead fish found along the banks of a river in Amalfi, Colombia.
6th January 2016 – 100+ TONS of fish die, in a river in Dong Nai Province, Vietnam.
6th January 2016 – Hundreds of dead birds found in Cueramaro, Mexico.
6th January 2016 – 25,000 birds killed due to avian flu in Accra, Ghana.
5th January 2016 – Massive die off of fish in a lake in Marica, Brazil.
5th January 2016 – Hundreds of dead fish found along a river in Gebeng, Malaysia.
2nd January 2016 – 40,000 cattle killed in storm in Texas and New Mexico, America.
2nd January 2016 – Thousands of fish dead in a river due to pollution in Pelalawan Regency, Indonesia.
2nd January 2016 – Hundreds of dead starfish wash ashore on a beach in Portsmouth, England.
Here are the links of the research, studies and site used to gather the information. All information is public and from different organizations from CDC to private studies. All i do=id is put them together to show how it all comes together and what we have caused.
Links to learn more about the Avian Flu so you can see what I am saying about it.
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Ocean Dead Zones Growing Alarmingly fast
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Climate Change site of study.
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chemicals used in a year and the regulations.
http://www.sustainabletable.org/263/pesticides http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2946087/ same as below. http://www.panna.org/blog/long-last-epa-releases-pesticide-use-statistics ( pestasides and chemicals used a year.)
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