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Fish kills in November 2013: Methane releases on days of intense earth wobble

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Not only are dead fish in the tons and hundreds turning up in waters from Florida to China and everywhere in between, but during the same period, dead birds fell from and skies and washed up on beaches and shores around the world. To make it even more interesting, let's throw in an unprecedented number of gas pipeline and refinery explosions, massive sinkholes and landslides, and so much more for November, and what do we get? One common cause - Planet X's assault on Planet Earth.

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What happens when the earth wobbles? As the ground moves, shifting plates pull rock strata apart, releasing methane into air and water. Zetas of ZetaTalk

A common cause for mass fish kills and bird die offs is in all likelihood methane depletion of oxygen levels in waters and air. Not only does radical earth movement release methane, but it also cracks pipelines causing refineries to explode and shakes the ground causing buildings to tumble down.


Fish kills in November 2013: Methane releases on days of intense earth wobble

  • (Nov 22-24) Florida: Charlotte County reports numerous fish kills over the weekend of Nov 22-24 along Charlotte Harbor. Hundreds of dead fish were found floating along the harbor and in canals near Punta Gorda Isles and the mouth of Charlotte Harbor.
  • (Nov 23) Australia: Thousands of fish of many species were found dead in Chinaman Creek Dam in Cloncurry on Saturday. Shocked residents saw tens of thousands of dead fish floating on the water, including barramundi, freshwater catfish, bony bream and butter bream. Reduced oxygen in the water is suspected.
  • (Nov 22) New Zealand: Tons of dead fish found washed up in Nelson along the edges of Maitai river, near the Trafalgar Street bridge. Other fresh water fish in the area seem to be OK.
  • (Nov 20) Kuwait: Piles of dead oysters and other marine species such as crabs and other shellfish, squid, were found dead at the same site on Khairan beach in Kuwait. The rate at which oysters are dying has doubled since the incident was first reported Nov 20.
  • (Nov 25) Australia: Coconut Grove fish kill, a sheet of dead white fish. Between several hundred dead or dying fish were found in mangroves near a Darwin suburb. Several hundred small, juvenile fish were found dead. EPA officers found no discoloration of water, and no obvious sign of chemicals in the water.
  • (Nov 7) Florida: Thousands dead fish in Crescent Lake in St. Petersburg Lake is ongoing. Dead fish can be found along the shores of the lake, thousands of pounds of them.
  • (Nov 6) Costa Rica: Fishermen reported boats surrounded by hundreds of dead Eastern Pacific green sea turtles. Official says some were found swimming in circles as if dazed or confused, and at least 70 dead turtles were spotted on beaches and shallow waters.
  • (Nov 5) China: More than seven tons dead fish were found in South China Lake in Guangdong Province, ongoing since late October. The die off took place in Minghu City Park in Shenzhen. The lake was a dark yellow color.
  • (Nov 5) Australia: Moneys Creek at Bargara fish kill. Crews cleared away between 500 and 600 dead fish from the backwater.
  • (Nov 5) Russia: The remains of five endangered gray whales washed ashore in Russia’s most northeasterly region. And in September, a team of Russian scientists found the remains of 10 gray whales also washed up along the coast of Chukotka, Russia.


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