Archive | October 12, 2016

‘I will warn the world about Planet X DISASTER’ Putin’s stark warning over mystery world

Putin to reveal Planet X truth
PLANET X: Shock claims that Putin will tell the world Nibiru spells disaster
RUSSIAN President Vladimir Putin is poised to warn of mankind’s imminent destruction by a mythical planet, according to shocking claims made today.
He apparently pledged to reveal the mysterious planet – also called Nibiru – is on a disaster course to Earth and the US government and others are covering it up.
UFO-hunters have argued for years that Nibiru is hidden away in our solar system and passes close to Earth every 3,600 years during its orbit.
But they say the planet is so big that its massive gravitational pull will trigger humungous earthquakes and natural disasters on the globe when it passes – a threat governments are allegedly hiding to avoid mass panic.
Weight was given to the theory in January when NASA announced the discovery in the solar system of Planet Nine – 10 times bigger than Earth.
Claims that Putin will reveal the “truth” about Planet X were made on conspiracy website, which alleged he gave an interview with a Russian news agency.
It states: “In a candid interview with Pravda, Russian President Vladimir Putin stated implicitly that he would tell the world about Nibiru if Donald Trump loses the presidential election.”
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Panic as more than ONE THOUSAND asteroids head towards Earth

Asteroid crashing into Earth
ARMAGEDDON: Over 1,000 asteroids are heading in Earth’s direction
NASA has begged for help after discovering more than 1,000 asteroids heading in our direction on an almost unstoppable path.
The group has pleaded for aid from other countries in a bid to redirect the giant flying rocks.
It won’t be easy – as they travel at around 56,000mph and a huge cluster from the outer reaches of the universe are set to join the hundreds of asteroids already orbiting dangerously close to the planet.
In a desperate bid to tackle space debris, NASA has launched its first ever robotic mission – known as Juno – to visit the largest asteroid close to home.
The mission will attempt to remove some of its mass and redirect it into a stable orbit around the moon – and boffins hope it will pave the way to doing the same with other potentially deadly space rocks.
The space agency announced the findings this week and hope to perfect a technique that will keep the planet safe in years to come.
NASA said in a statement: “Astronauts will return to Earth with far more samples than have ever been available for study, which could open new scientific discoveries about the formation of our solar system and beginning of life on Earth.”
So far though, scientists have only found four asteroids they believe they can divert.
It has also been confirmed that other missions to asteroids will be crewed by astronauts.
The space agency is hoping its planet saving missions will give further clues to the origins of the universe.
It comes on the same day that Professor Brian Cox revealed why aliens haven’t been in touch.
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Several dead dolphins found washed up in Boyd’s Cove, Canada

Seven dolphins, including this one, died onshore in Boyd's Cove after possibly becoming disoriented by storm conditions during Hurricane Matthew.
Seven dolphins, including this one, died onshore in Boyd’s Cove after possibly becoming disoriented by storm conditions during Hurricane Matthew. (Submitted/Fisheries and Oceans Canada)
Several dolphins are dead after being stranded on the shore in Boyd’s Cove near Lewisporte.
A spokesperson from the federal Department of Fisheries and Oceans (DFO) said the white-sided dolphins may have been feeding on mackerel in the area and became disoriented by storm conditions.
Eight washed ashore. Local residents pushed some of the dolphins back into the water, but the mammals became stranded once again. By the time DFO arrived, seven were dead and one had survived. That surviving dolphin later died as well.
Wayne Ledwell of animal rescue group Whale Release and Strandings said it’s difficult to know what caused the dolphins to strand.
“It’s possible that somehow or other the tide could have dropped on them, but generally with animals like that when they get in those situations — where they make a mistake and they’re healthy animals — when they are pushed back out again or taken back out, they’ll go on,” he said.
Ledwell said there appeared to have been a couple of large males in the group, and the others might have followed towards the shore.
“It was a mixed group of dolphins, there were cows and calves with them also. It’s hard to tell, really, why they did that,” he said.
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Thousands of dead fish wash up along Island Road in Louisiana, USA

Fish Kill Alert
Thousands of dead fish have accumulated in the water alongside Island Road in Isle de Jean Charles, and officials suspect low dissolved oxygen levels are the cause.
Bourg resident Rita Chaisson said she noticed the fish Saturday afternoon when she and her family went to go fishing and crabbing.
“You couldn’t even count them,” she said. “They were about five feet wide from the bank. Redfish, flounder, speckled trout, catfish, some perch, drum, all kinds of fish.”
Jason Adriance, finfish program manager for the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries, said the fish kill was reported to the department and officials are monitoring the situation.
He believes an algal bloom, or a rapid increase or accumulation in the algae population, caused a drop in the water’s oxygen level.
“Algal blooms occur naturally,” he said. “We’ll go out, we’ll monitor, we’ll collect samples, and we’ll also notify other agencies – DEQ and the like.”
Adriance said the state Department of Environmental Quality could better comment on whether the fish kill poses a danger to residents. However, the department could not provide answers by Tuesday night, so the Courier and Daily Comet will follow up.
Chaisson said she and her family go fishing every week and have never witnessed such a sight near Island Road.
“This is the worst that we’ve ever seen it,” she said. “We’ve seen fish that people have caught and they died. I was shocked to see that all these beautiful fish were dead like that.”
She believes the fish kill poses a health hazard and said the stench is awful.
“People go crabbing regardless,” she said. “They could get sick from that being in the water, especially if they’ve got cuts. We see people going into the water up to their waist. People throw the cast nets to catch shrimp and everything. They make their living like that, and it’s being sold to the public. If that stays there and contaminates the water, you’re going to have people that are going to be sick.”
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Hundreds of thousands of poultry killed due to Bird Flu in China

Bird Flu
TWO cases of bird flu have been confirmed in poultry farms in northwest and central China, with no humans found infected so far, the Ministry of Agriculture said Saturday.
The cases — one in Jinchang, Gansu Province, and the other in Xiaogan, Hubei Province — were confirmed as avian influenza H5N6 after being detected a few days ago, the ministry said in a statement.
“The epidemic situation has been well controlled,” the statement said, adding that local authorities have killed hundreds of thousands of fowl to prevent the spread of the disease.
The world’s first human H5N6 infection was reported in May 2014 in southwest China’s Sichuan Province. But there has been no evidence of human-to-human transmission.
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Large amount of dead fish washing ashore in Naples, Florida, USA

Fish Kill Alert
A large fish kill appears to be taking place along beaches in Naples.
Jen Southall shared photos with Fox 4 showing many dead fish on the shore at Barefoot Beach.  She says the beach was littered with snapper, flounder, catfish, mullet, grouper, eels, and baitfish.
Photographer Robb Stan also posted several photos taken in Delnor-Wiggins State Park in Naples, showing a similar scene.
Joanne LeBaron also snapped some pictures of dead fish at Vanderbilt Beach.
“I have never seen this many dead fish on the beach at all, it took me by surprise.”
Other residents weren’t so surprised, Jackie Rosenberg recalled another massive fishkill a few years ago.
“You would watch the waves , and you know when they crash, hundreds of fish inside those waves.”
But the sight of dead fish was a little bit much for some.
“It’s sad, for me, I’m an animal lover,” said Cayla Herman.
It’s unclear so far whether the passing hurricane had much to do with the kills, or if it was just red tide.  Recent red tide reports in the area showed low to no levels of the toxin in Collier waters.
There was a fish kill last week in the Englewood area.
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69,000 birds killed due to avian flu in Abidjan, Cote d’Ivoire, Africa

Bird Flu
Thousands of birds have died in the latest outbreak of highly pathogenic avian influenza to hit Cote D’Ivoire.
The outbreak, in Abidjan region, killed over 44,000 12-week-old pullets and 36-week-old layers. Over 25,000 more were destroyed to prevent the outbreak from spreading.
The source of the H5N1 outbreak is unknown, but official reports suggested it may be down to the introduction of new live animals.
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Mass die off of fish in the waters of Corrientes, Argentina

Fish Kill Alert
Days ago, it was observed bathed in La Estrella (Formosa) a massive fish kill that neighbors shared images on social networks. From the Ministry of Production and Environment of the Province of Formosa, spoke the Magister degree in Biodiversity and Sustainable Development in Franco Del Rosso, who said that “fish mortality due to natural causes,” according to published always Formosa. 
As reported always Formosa, Del Rosso said that “there is no evidence of contamination, so initially may consider death as a natural fish due to lack of oxygen caused by natural factors. That was the main cause of death. ” 
Since the area of Natural Resources productive and environmental portfolio, detailed that “the decline of the winds (which allow the waters are oxygen, even above the saturation), the seasonal rise in temperature, which associated with the low level water, generate an increase in metabolic rate and consequent increased biological demand and chemical oxygen, could be the cause of the presence of a “anoxia mass” (lack of oxygen) caused the death of fish. ” 
As reported always Formosa, adding that the absence of oxygen can form and accumulate dissolved gases such as methane, ammonia and a component is extremely dangerous as hydrogen sulfide, which caused the suffocation of fish. These toxic substances deplete oxygen, and fish not only die for lack of it, but because some of them even very resistant, are vulnerable to hydrogen sulfide and automatically die of asphyxiation. 
From this body, practitioners called “not alarmed” because it is a natural process that usually occurs at this time of year with the downspout water, Bathed which in itself is a body of eutrophic water, it becomes a “soup “organic matter, which demands a lot of oxygen due to natural decomposition processes that occur in these lentic ecosystems 
Finally, they stressed that this is a natural process that “is normally given at this time of year and is part of the food web and therefore nutrient chain and flow of matter and energy would add”.
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