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


Landslides All Over The Globe

Many times, humans develop too close to cliff sides, and their homes and buildings are damaged when the cliff breaks apart.

Landslides are occurring all over the globe.

On March 28, 2013, the cliffs of Whidbey Island off the coast of Washington state slid into the Pacific Ocean. The next day, on March 29, 2013, a  large section of the UK’s famous white cliffs of Dover broke away and crashed into the English Channel. Tons of rock collapsed into the sea between Langdon Cliffs and South Foreland Lighthouse.

What’s Going On?

People are guessing that freezing conditions over the winter may have weakened the chalk cliffs of Dover. They are also guessing that heavy rains weakened the cliffs of Whidbey Island, halfway across the globe. Water does expand in freezing conditions, but these cliffs have stood for millennia withstanding winter ice and Spring storms. What’s different today?

Landslides and Earthquakes

On February 7, 2008, the biggest earthquake in the UK in 25 years shook the island country. On average, several hundred earthquakes are detected by the British Geological Survey each year, but most are too faint to be felt, and generally cause very little damage. But, there have been 62 earthquakes in the past year along the North Mid-Atlantic Ridge located SSW from the UK , with the largest a 5.7 earthquake in 2013. These quakes can influence the island of Great Britain.

Whidbey Island off the coast of Washington state is on the Juan de Fuca tectonic plate, which is one of the smallest of the Earth’s tectonic plates, but one of the most dangerous earthquake zones on the planet. The north-west coast of the USA could be devastated by a huge movement of the Juan de Fuca. In 2008, small earthquake swarms began within the Juan de Fuca, and more than 600 quakes were occurring within 10 days periods.

Human beings cannot prevent or delay Earth changes and natural disasters.

The Increase in Global Earthquakes

On The Rise

Since 2008, earthquake activity has increased around the globe, destabilizing the weakest parts of the Earth’s crust. Fueled by both internal and external forces, the Earth is now in a dynamic state of motion. Earthquakes send out a strong resonance that can create powerful winds and a tremendous force that stresses the crust. Today, the forces holding the Earth in place are changing…and the increase in natural disasters is our living proof.

Watch for more landslides worldwide in the areas resonating from the increase in earthquakes along the coasts.

Remember the old saying ….. When mountains tumble into the sea…?