The folks in charge are not your friends, and are lying to you about basically everything, including the general state of marine life around the globe.

     

“What is out of the common is usually a guide rather than a hindrance. In solving a problem of this sort, the grand thing is to be able to reason backward. That is a very useful accomplishment, and a very easy one, but people do not practice it much.”

Sherlock Holmes, from “A Study in Scarlet”, by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, 1887

 

 

 

January 5, 2017 – North Atlantic Cooling Has Plunged Below 1950s (And 1800s) Levels

December 7, 2017 – U.K. – Huge blue fin tuna weighing 350 pounds caught off Devon coast

With more bluefin tuna being spotted in British waters due to climate change heating the ocean and changing the path of currents, researchers expect more to be accidentally caught in the future.

 

 

 

 

 

September 19, 2017 – Sri Lanka’s seafood exports have recorded a 40 percent growth during past six months due to the lifting of the ban on fish exports by the European Union.

October 16, 2017 – India’s seafood exports stood at 2,51735 Metric Tonnes, valued at Rs 9066.06 crore (US$1.42 billion) in the first quarter of the current fiscal, according to the Marine Products Exports Development Authority (MPEDA). During the same period in the last fiscal it stood at 2,01223 MT, worth $1.17 billion. (A 25% increase – ed)

December 2017 – Norwegian seafood export volume increased by 25 per cent

December 11, 2017 – Vietnam agriculture and seafood exports rose 16.9% year on year.

December 11, 2017 – Despite a massive increase in effort (bigger boats, bigger engines, more gear), the worldwide fish catch is declining by roughly 1% a year, as populations collapse.

 

 

 

 

 

It’s December, 2017, and Nature is booming and burgeoning to a level not seen in my lifetime. Since that statement directly refutes our State Religion, which holds that “Poor Mother Gaia is Dying, Crushed by the Virus-Like Burden of Mankind“, I’ve appended numerous recent news accounts below to support it.

The two sets of pullout quotes prove that the folks in charge are not your friends, and are lying to you about basically everything, including the general state of marine life around the globe.

 

 

 

 

 

January 5, 2017 – North Atlantic Cooling Has Plunged Below 1950s (And 1800s) Levels

 

September 11, 2017 – DHL doubles airfreight for Norwegian seafood exports

 

September 19, 2017 – Seafood exports increase after EU ban removal | Daily News

Sri Lanka’s seafood exports have recorded a 40 percent growth during past six months due to the lifting of the ban on fish exports by the European Union. According to the economic statics of the Central Bank the demand for Sri Lankan seafood exports in the global market has increased tremendously.

(Where the implication, re: the “expanding global market” is that they just couldn’t sell the fish previously. – ed)

 

October 16, 2017 – Seafood exports at Rs 9066 crore in first quarter – The News Now

India’s seafood exports stood at 2,51735 Metric Tonnes, valued at Rs 9066.06 crore (US$1.42 billion) in the first quarter of the current fiscal, according to the Marine Products Exports Development Authority (MPEDA). During the same period in the last fiscal it stood at 2,01223 MT, worth $1.17 billion.

(The headline of the article leads with an boring, out-of-context money number, then the volume numbers are “buried” lower in the body of the article. And no percentage is provided, just the numbers – that’s careful hedging. So I had to do the math. 201223 to 251735 metric tons is a twenty five percent increase. Such volume increases usually result in tiny margins. And, as scientists, we may also note that, in 2017, seafood export volume increased by an identical 25% year over year in both Norway and India. – ed)

 

December 2017 – Norwegian seafood exports for 2017 exceed last year’s level by a clear margin

Norway exported 286,000 tonnes of seafood worth NOK 9 billion in November. Volume increased by 25 per cent.

(Where “by a clear margin” is a vague, non-specific minimalist hedge downplaying a stunning 25% increase in volume, with the specific percentage figure “buried” down below the general headline which leads the article. – ed)

 

December 5, 2017 – China helping Norway exports past 2016 | SalmonBusiness

Norwegian salmon exports in 2017 are expected to soar past figures for last year “by a comfortable margin” despite a lowering of prices seen during the year, the Norwegian Seafood Council has reported.

(Where “China helping” postures that Norway’s exports needed help (wring hands), versus the truth, they sold all they caught. Where “past 2016” is a vague, non-specific, minimalizing hedge, downplaying a stunning 25% increase in volume which is a specific figure completely unmentioned by the article. That’s followed immediately with “by a comfortable margin”, which is a second vague, non-specific, minimalizing hedge, downplaying a stunning 25% increase in volume which is a specific figure completely unmentioned by the article. – ed)

 

December 6, 2017 – Vietnam’s Seafood Exports Up But EU’s Warning On IIU Fishing Raises Concern

HANOI, — The Vietnam Association of Seafood Exporters and Producers (VASEP)’s aim to reach US$524 million in tuna exports this year has already been achieved with exports hitting US$541 million as of November, the Vietnam News Agency (VNA) reported.

According to the General Department of Vietnam Customs, in the 11 months, Vietnamese tuna’s three major markets were the US, EU and ASEAN.

However, Vietnam had faced difficulties following a “yellow card” issued by the EU as a warning for illegal, unreported and unregulated (IUU) fishing.

(Here, this “yellow card” technique is the Establishment’s “harrying the opposition” to punish the Vietnamese for breaking the rules of the Confidence Game – for upsetting the artificial scarcity which keeps prices at their highest and underpins the “Poor Mother Gaia is Dying” ruse in every nation. they hit the goal early and went well past it. We don’t know by how much because they deliberately hedge by omitting it. – ed)

 

December 7, 2017 – Huge blue fin tuna weighing 350 pounds caught off Devon coast

A fisherman trawling off the Devon coast has caught an Atlantic bluefin tuna fish measuring more than 2m (6.5ft) in length.

The catch was made 12 miles from the small town of Brixham – a rare find so close to the UK.

It was roughly 2.3m in length and weighed 160kg, making it one of the larger specimens of a species that can reach up to 2.55m in length.

With more bluefin tuna being spotted in British waters due to climate change heating the ocean and changing the path of currents, researchers expect more to be accidentally caught in the future.

 

December 10, 2017 – Vietnam’s seafood sector looks to long-term growth – Nhan Dan Online

Vietnam’s seafood sector looks to long-term growth. Vietnam’s seafood exports have seen rapid growth over the past 11 months and this year’s total revenue is expected to reach an all-time high, but more efforts are needed to ensure this growth is

(Where “looks to long term growth” implies they are hurting, versus coming off a record year. Implies the stunning growth to a never-before-seen height is an anomaly. Where “rapid growth” is a vague, non-specific, minimalizing hedge, downplaying a specific increase in volume completely unmentioned by the article. –ed)

 

December 11, 2017 – Mass starvation is humanity’s fate if we keep flogging the land to death

Despite a massive increase in effort (bigger boats, bigger engines, more gear), the worldwide fish catch is declining by roughly 1% a year, as populations collapse.

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