Wednesday, January 19, 2011

Mass Animal Deaths...From Weakening Magnetosphere?

Weakening Magnetosphere Leads to Mass Animal Deaths

Jan 13, 2011 Elisheva Weyers
Earth's Magnetosphere about to be hit by a CME - NASA
Earth's Magnetosphere about to be hit by a CME - NASA
Cracks in the Earth's weakening magnetosphere could be causing the deaths of birds, fish and other animals that are magnetically in-tuned with the Earth.
Mass deaths of animals started January 1, 2011 in Beebe, Arkansas. Thousands of red-wing blackbirds were found dead throughout the town in Arkansas, leaving many residents confused. Then there were the fish that died in the Arkansas River. At first, these incidents were thought to be just random occurrences such as natural selection, but it seems there may be more to these events. There have also been incidents of mass animals deaths in other countries as well such as 150,000 Red Tilapia found dead in Vietnam, and the 40,000 crabs found dead in Britain. These deaths are happening around the world, and the media cannot simply blame stress and thunderstorms as the cause.

According to, the Earth's magnetic field is shifting. The magnetic North Pole is currently "hovering over the North Sea and moving toward Siberia. This means two Florida airports are renumbering their runways. " As each year goes by, the rate at which the magnetic field is adjusting is increasing. Not only are the poles shifting, but they are going somewhat haywire. One home-owner in Missouri noted that his compass moved 20 degrees last week after he had adjusted the compass to true North. That evening he adjusted his compass and a couple days later he noted that his compass was 3 degrees off. Compasses being off are becoming more noticeable as the Earth's magnetic field continues to shift.

Not only is the Earth's magnetic field shifting, but it is also weakening. Some of the weaker points in the magnetic field have been noted by NASA to have "cracks". In fact, NASA has pointed out that scientists have noted these "cracks" before, but have recently found out in the last few years that these cracks do not just open and close simultaneously. The cracks can remain open for hours or even long periods of time "allowing the solar wind to gush through and power stormy space weather".

"We discovered that our magnetic shield is drafty, like a house with a window stuck open during a storm," said Dr. Harald Frey of the University of California, Berkeley, "... our magnetic shield takes the brunt of space storms, but some energy continually slips through its cracks..." (

One of these areas where the mass deaths of birds and fish could be due to a crack in the Earth's magnetosphere is in Beebe, Arkansas. Arkansas and Louisiana are within a magnetic anomaly zone. It is important to note that the regions where the birds and fish died were also regions of high amounts of magnetic absorption.

As of today, January 13, 2011, reported," An active region on the far side of the sun erupted this morning, hurling a bright CME into space... over the sun's eastern limb...The source of this on the farside of the sun now, but won't remain there. The sun's rotation is turning it toward Earth." It will be interesting to see if as the source of this large CME travels closer to Earth if the numbers of mass animal deaths increases.

Sources:, *"Drifting Magnetic Field Means Adjustments at Airports"* January 13, 2011., *" NASA- Top Story- Continuous Magnetic Reconnection"* January 13, 2011.,*" USGS Data Series 352: Arkansas and Louisiana Aeromagnetic and Gravity Maps and Data: A Website for Distribution of Data"*, January 13, 2011.

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

The magnetic field was a shield before they bleew the crap out of it with nuclear bombs, so don't give me this cracked stuff, admit the crimes that were done on OUR planet.