Google Maps Confirms Mass Animal Die-Offs Worse In USA And UK

 

A picture of a honey bee.

Honeybees are but one of many species dying off in the USA and UK at the hands of human technology.

Google has a very detailed map of the mass animal die-offs in 2013. As depressing as this is, Hat’s Off to Google for documenting this because it’s important for everyone to know where the majority of wildlife losses are taking place.

It’s time to hold these countries accountable. We need to look at the human influences, and where those influences are concentrated.

The USA And The UK

Does it come as much of a surprise to learn that the majority of massive animal die-offs are in the USA and in the UK

These are the countries that keep “pushing” technology, oil and gas production, nuclear energy, advancement of war, and consumption, consumption, consumption at the expense of the wildlife.

All the while, these are the countries trying to blame mass animal die-offs on global warming, Earth changes, and climate change.

Earth changes may be the cause of the die-offs in the three, sparse areas in Africa, or in the one area in Iceland, or the one area in Alaskaor maybe NOT. Further unbiased research is warranted, but it is clear that human influences are at the root of the massive die-offs in the USA and UK.

False Claims

picture of two Green Macaws

We are not witnessing massive die-offs of Macaws in Costa Rica. So, we cannot blame “global warming.”

Google maps confirms that there is no where else on Earth with so many animal die-offs concentrated on one continent.

It is time to reign in human gluttony, abuse, and arrogance. It’s time global societies stand up for the wildlife, and FORCE some boundaries on the bulldozing effects advanced humans have on Nature.

Look for yourself – every picture tells a story

 

When’s Enough, ENOUGH?

A dead elk with huge horns.

The New Mexico Department of Game and Fish is puzzled over the mysterious deaths of more than 100 elk within a 24-hour period in rural New Mexico.

Shame, shame, shame on us. Human beings are polluting our environment to the point of causing disease and death to not only our own species, but to the plants and animals in which we share our environment.

Thoughtless Humans

Basically, the human animal can be very dirty, and we pollute where we live with waste and trash, GMOs, power plants, and processed chemicals. We destroy the natural environment to serve are gluttonous needs, and we dispose of our wastes in ways that destroy other life-forms.

The biggest tragedy of all is that we don’t want to admit that it is our fault that the Earth is dying – we choose to remain ignorant to avoid accountability.

Enough is enough.

Our Damaging Line-Up

Here is just a handful of species that are suffering and dying at the hands of human wars, overcrowding, pollution, oil pipelines, GMOs, Chemtrails, energy power plants, and waste disposal:

A sick dog at the vet.

Veterinarians, health officials and dog owners are alarmed at the mysterious  deaths of four dogs in Ohio. They are blaming bats, pigs, and anything other than man’s harmful influences affecting the environment.

A dead elk with huge horns.

The New Mexico Department of Game and Fish is puzzled over the mysterious deaths of more than 100 elk within a 24-hour period in rural New Mexico.

Three Saiga antelopes running in Africa.

Over three thousand Saiga antelopes mysteriously died in central Kazakhstan in southern Russia north of Afghanistan.

A yellow and black Fire Salamander

A deadly fungus is jeopardizing biodiversity and bringing fire salamanders close to the brink of extinction in the Netherlands, yet scientists wonder why.

A starfish on the beach.

The waters off British Columbia, Canada, are littered with dead starfish, and researchers say that they have no idea what’s causing their massive deaths.

A Red Fox.

An unusual outbreak of rabies among foxes in New Jersey can be sourced to human pollutants and overcrowding, yet scientists claim they are clueless why this is happening.

Earth’s Atmosphere Under Extreme Stress

A picture of a temperature thermometer that says problem, emergency, crisis, disaster.

The Earth and the atmosphere are heating up for multiple reasons, and this is creating a global crisis.

As if the peak of the solar cycle isn’t enough to heat things up on our home planet, an increase in volcanic eruptions and wildfires are now adding to the mix.

Atmospheric heating creates changes in global climate patterns, shifts in the Jet Stream, the relocation of ocean currents, and an increase in earthquakes, volcanoes, violent storms, wildfires, and tsunamis.

Our atmosphere is under extreme stress.

Everything Is Heating Up

The Earth’s external heat is supplied by the Sun, which “drives” the atmospheric winds and the ocean currents. Today, our magnetic field is very weak, and the atmosphere has thinned considerably.

The atmosphere is saturated now with particulate matter, and the Sun keeps getting hotter – EVERYTHING – EVERYWHERE is heating up.

Increase In Volcanic Eruptions

Volcanic eruptions add to global warming in our atmosphere, and like metal on metal, the strange sounds that are heard coming from the hollows of the Earth are molten magma working its way up toward the crust as the planet continues to heat up.

A picture of a volcano erupting.

Volcanic eruptions are increasing worldwide, pumping ash into the atmosphere.

There are many volcanoes on the Earth that we cannot see, and even with all of our fancy technology, we have no clue how many active volcanoes there really are.

We do know that there are over 500 volcanoes currently active around the world, and the following list of active volcanoes are the ones we need to closely watch today because they are puffing smoke and spewing ash into the already stressed atmosphere:

  1. Tara, Batu
  2. Nevado del Ruiz, Colombia
  3. Ulawun, Papua New Guinea
  4. Ubinas, Peru
  5. Tungurahua, Ecuador
  6. Reventador, Ecuador
  7. Shiveluch, Russia
  8. Popocatepeti, Mexico
  9. Kelimutu, Indonesia
  10. Turrialba, Costa Rica
  11. Fuji, Japan
A picture of a forest wildfire.

WIldfires are increasing worldwide, adding smoke and ash into the atmosphere.

Wildfires

The Earth will continue to get hotter for several reasons. The increase in solar activity, an increase in Greenhouse gases, a rise in volcanic activity, and increasing wildfires are all happening at the same time today, and this is warming the planet all the more.

Wildfires add to the volcanic ash already smothering the atmosphere, and a change in the atmosphere, no matter how small a change, has a trickle-down effect all over the globe.

Wildfires that are now burning worldwide:

  1. Norway
  2. Estonia/Latvia
  3. Spain
  4. Colorado USA
  5. California, USA
  6. Alaska, USA
  7. Nevada, USA
  8. Montana, USA

When will things cool down? Don’t hold your breath … not anytime soon.