View Full Version : Millions of Dead Fish Wash Up in Redondo Beach
8th March 2011, 19:15
Millions of dead fish have washed up in King Harbor near Redondo Beach, and officials are now trying to figure out why.
The dead fish, including anchovies, sardines and mackerel, are apparently floating up to the surface from the ocean floor.
KTLA's Sky5 captured images of the fish completely coating the water's surface in Basins 1 and 2 of the north side of King Harbor.
Fish and game officials have not released a statement about what might have killed the fish. Officials were at the harbor investigating.
There are reports that a red tide may have driven large numbers of the fish into the harbor, where they were killed by a lack of oxygen.
Oh my god, there is a video inside for this..
That is extremely destructing.
8th March 2011, 19:20
Seals are washing up on New Jersey beaches by the dozen, according to reports given to the Marine Mammal Stranding Center in Brigantine, N.J.
There have been 26 seal strandings in New Jersey since November, sources say. Fourteen of those strandings happened in February.
While it is not unusual for seals to get stranded this time of year, there are more than usual showing up on Jersey shore beaches, according to a spokeswoman for the Brigantine center.
The gray and harbor seals found on the beaches are malnourished and have parasites, authorities say. The Marine Mammal Stranding Center is housing 11 seals right now -- making the center two-thirds full.
8th March 2011, 19:36
This is so surreal to me due a particular meditation experience I had a few months ago while seeking clarity on a passage from Carla Rueckert's Living The Law of One 101: The Choice. Here is the excert I was seeking better understanding of (I will paraphrase in parts):
"Because we are at the end of this density of choice, our time to become aware and to make our decision to polarize is limited (service to self or service to others). We have until the Winter Solstice of 2012 to do so (after this time, the choice is no longer available)... I take this date seriously. I do not believe our world will end in the twinkling of an eye... as do many... there will still be souls living on Earth in third-density type bodies. However, those people will also have their 4th Density bodies activated so that they can enjoy the 4th density energies... After 2012, those who live here on Earth in 3rd density will be focusing on the stewardship of the planet, working to repair the damage we have done here on Earth in the past 200 years or so (some have been born here after successfully graduation 3rd density in order to fulfill this 4th density stewardship work)."
So the question that struck me the most was: Why? Why, if we assume we are supposed to be here for up to a couple hundred years after 2012, does our choice AFTER the Winter Solstice of 2012 not get 'locked-in' so to speak? So I decided to meditate on that question... this isn't something I wanted to speculate heavily upon without some higher guidance.
This is what I got:
During the meditation, I received an image of a fish flopping around in a large clay flower pot filled with soil - apparently (and obviously) about to die. This was in late July of 2010... a bit before all of the animal deaths began to occur.
So anyway, perhaps that passage will help give some clarity as to what is going on. Time may tell.
9th March 2011, 07:27
3/8/2011 LOS ANGELES
Sardines and other small fish in the hundreds of thousands washed up dead overnight in the harbor area of Redondo Beach...
10th March 2011, 00:09
This is happening in far too many places and to far too many species for it all the be "natural die off's" IMHO. I am linking the Earthfiles website below as she tries to stay on top of the species declines/die off's.
10th March 2011, 14:52
Also massive fish kill in Australia...
12th March 2011, 17:49
LOS ANGELES -- The millions of sardines that were found floating dead in a Southern California marina this week tested positive for a powerful neurotoxin, researchers said Friday.
High levels of domoic acid were found in the sardines, which may have distressed them off the Los Angeles coastline and caused them to swim into the Redondo Beach marina, University of Southern California biologist David Caron wrote in a summary of his laboratory's findings.
Caron said that he still believes that critically low oxygen levels in the water caused the sardines to suffocate, but it's possible the toxin may have been one explanation for why they crowded into the marina.
Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/us/2011/03/12/toxin-dead-fish-clogged-marina/#ixzz1GPPFGPUv
Powered by vBulletin® Copyright © 2013 vBulletin Solutions, Inc. All rights reserved.