Wednesday, March 16, 2011

Events that lead up to and can predict massive quakes.

Changes in the magnetic field cause earthquakes.  It also causes these things...

Mass whale beaching in New Zealand

An attempt to save fifteen beached whales, which weigh up to 1,500 kilos each, has taken place off the north coast of New Zealand.

The mass stranding of a pod of 73 whales was discovered midmorning. The Department of Conservation said the whales probably beached overnight, which was why so many died before the rescue operation was launched.
March 8, 2011

Mass fish die-off in Southern California

Boaters in a Redondo Beach, Calif., harbor wake up to find their boats completely surrounded by millions of dead fish

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      REDONDO BEACH, Calif. - Millions of anchovies and sardines have washed up dead in a Southern California marina and a spokeswoman says they apparently suffocated.
      Staci Gabrielli, marine coordinator for King Harbor Marina in Redondo Beach, says boaters awakened Tuesday to find the silvery fish surrounding their vessels.
      Gabrielli says it's believed the fish moved into the harbor late Monday or early Tuesday to escape a red tide, a naturally occurring bloom of toxic algae that can poison fish or starve them of oxygen.
      Gabrielli says high winds apparently kept the fish from leaving the harbor and they all crushed up against the harbor wall, where they used up the oxygen and suffocated.
      Another possible explanation is that the anchovies are prey for bigger fish and marine mammals, so large numbers may have swarmed into the harbor from deeper waters seeking shelter, reports Reuters.
      Gabrielli says there are millions of fish and they're so thick in some places that boats can't get out of the harbor.

      Wednesday, 16 March 2011

      Incredible Swarms Of Fish Form Off Coast Of Acapulco

      The shores of Acapulco's beaches were this weekend teeming with masses of fish packed so tightly they looked like an oil slick from above. Thousands of sardines, anchovies, stripped bass and mackerel surged along the coast of the Mexican resort in an event believed to be linked to the devastating Japanese tsunami.

      Experts couldn't be sure whether it had anything to do with the earthquake in Japan. Geologists from the U.S. Geological Survey said that tsunamis can change local currents, but that it's hard to make a firm connection.

      Imminent Quake for North America this month.

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