Record number of fish spotted swimming up the Mystic

Heavy subliminal pressure in my life to not publish, here, although life going very well, generally, almost exclusively.

Part of my lowered productivity comes from kicking butt at my great new job, where I’m respected and well-regarded, as well as well-compensated, in an aesthetically-pleasing environment surrounded by decent people. Is World Peace at hand?

Dooney and I were recently talking about how the Heaven-on-Earth reality, the Fifth World, call it what you will, is evolving, steadily, here and now. And perhaps those paying attention will be the first to recognize it, and reap its benefits.

You can see in the italics below how the folks in charge will only queasily tell you the population has increased, when it’s up 40% over last year to the highest level ever recorded. And they only-broadly allude increase awareness has something to do with it all, here:

our volunteer monitoring program and our new underwater video monitoring program are engaging more people in the community – including local students – in the amazing river herring migration that this urban river supports.”

You can also see how he doesn’t make any mention of what, precisely, is driving the historically-unprecedented increase – at the very moment Poor Mother Gaya is purported to be dying, crushed by the virus-like burden of Mankind.

Remember, he’s the top guy in a river-lover group,  and he’s being quoted in a news article. No mention of other booming salmon populations, in the Pacific, in the Nordic seas? Doesn’t really map, from my perspective, given he’s such a salmon enthusiast.

Of course, this is merely a single data point among hundreds of identical data points in this thread, laid down over years. Data points that only, well, a Coincidence Theorist could link together via anything but Conspiracy.

It’s over for them.

 

 

 

August 8, 2017 – A tale of herring do: Record number of fish spotted swimming up the Mystic

The Mystic River Watershed Association reports volunteers counted 40% more herring swimming up the river to spawn at the Mystic Lakes this year than last year.

The 630,000 or so anadromous fish counted between April and June is the largest number ever recorded, the association says. A new fish ladder installed in the Aberjona River north of the lakes could let some of the fish reach as far inland as Woburn next year.

The group’s executive director, Patrick Herron, said:

This has been an exciting year for herring! We are thrilled that the herring count has increased, and glad our volunteer monitoring program and our new underwater video monitoring program are engaging more people in the community – including local students – in the amazing river herring migration that this urban river supports. We will continue to partner with agencies and municipalities to improve water quality and habitat in the Mystic River watershed.

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