It’s November, 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 multiple recent examples below to support it.
This thread has documented the great, epochal positive changes that are underway at every level of our reality for well over three years, now.
I’ve subjectively concluded those positive changes are increasing in speed and magnitude, and hope that as wider awareness of those changes will soon be spreading across the globe.
The programming that holds back such larger awareness is strong, but not all-powerful, and I think we’d all agree that many very large positive changes have taken place down over time, for instance it no longer being legal to own slaves, women being given the right to vote, and the like.
In the meantime, revel in the great news, and spread the word, however you think is appropriate.
March 29, 2017 – Fishermen Catch 50-Pound Carp In The Middle Of Los Angeles
MacArthur Park is in the middle of Los Angeles, near downtown. At the center of the park is a small lake, and it’s not most people’s idea of a picturesque fishing spot.
It was there that the California Ghetto Carping club caught a record breaking fish this week — a 50-pound carp.
It was a 50-pound carp in the middle of L.A. The fish was so big it barely fit in the net.
“This fish was so massive, it was huggable,” Salmeron says. “It looked like those big teddy bears that you get on the carnival rides when you win ’em, the big fat plumpy ones — that’s how fat that fish was.”
(article makes no mention of the previous record – ed)
June 15, 2017 – Idaho – The state record for Tiger Trout stood at 17.5 inches before Free Fishing Day on June 10. By the end of the day, it had been broken not once, not twice, but three times at Deer Creek Reservoir during the fishing events sponsored by IDFG and the Pierce/Weippe Chamber of Commerce.
To start off, a 17.6-inch fish was caught, just barely breaking the record. This new record quickly fell, as an 18-inch fish and a 19.5-inch fish were caught The new record was landed by Richard Miller, and weighed 2.65 lbs. Mr. Miller’s fish has been verified and certified as the new state record.
June 16, 2017 – Wiconsin – State record fish fall like rain in 2017 – Wisconsin DNR
July 11, 2017 – California – Potential world record breaking gigantic catfish caught in Clear Lake
The massive fish measured 89 cm from the nose to the long end of the tail and 83 cm to the short end of the tail. It weighed in at nearly 30 pounds with a girth of 24.5 inches.
The IGFA all-tackle World record is currently recorded at 80 cm long. Moffett has submitted the catfish’s measurements in hopes to beat that record for length.
(mentions the length, but not the weight of the previous record. – ed)
August 2, 2017 – ‘Exceptional’ British record shark caught off Cornwall
John Dines, from Essex, caught the 8.8ft (2.7m) creature, which weighed 256.5lb (113kg), on board a charter boat 10 miles off Cornwall in July.
The previous record for a blue shark was 214lb (97kg), caught off Looe, Cornwall, in 1959.
Skipper Robin ‘Chippy’ Chapman called it “just an insane fish” and said it was safely released afterwards.
(article provides the old and new records, but carefully withholds percentage of the new record aboe the old, as printing it would be much more impactful. So I had to do the math. It’s 20% larger than the previous record. Such records are usually broken by tiny margins. – ed)
August 6, 2017 – “Fishing maniac” catches massive record-setting carp in Vermont
It weighed in at 33.25 pounds.
(article makes no mention of the previous record. A second story also made no mention of the previous record. A third said “The former record carp weighed 33 pounds.” That’s .75% above the prevous record. – ed)
August 14, 2017 – Washington record blue shark caught by Arizona man
Zachary Jackson, from Show Low, Arizona, caught the 27.63-pound blue shark on July 30. Jackson caught the fish, which measured 55 ¾ inches, while fishing for albacore tuna using anchovies as bait.
(article makes no mention of the previous record. I found three other articles on the subject, all of which made no mention of the previous record – ed)
August 29, 2017 – Maryland – Deal Island Man Catches State Record Fish
Dave Alveberg caught the 13.73-pound record-breaking fish August 17, in roughly 4 feet of water off South Marsh Island near Tangier Sound.
The catch broke the previous record 13.3-pound fish caught by Dan Thomas in 2016.
September 6, 2017 – The world fish trade is forecast to hit an all-time high this year
September 7, 2017 – Norwegian survey finds mackerel biomass at highest level on record