The folks in charge are not your friends, and are lying to you about basically everything, including the snakes.

“Doublethink is the acceptance of or mental capacity to accept contrary opinions or beliefs at the same time, especially as a result of political indoctrination.”

George Orwell, from “1984”

 

 

 

June 28, 2016 – California – Record Number Of Rattlesnakes Making Their Way Into Yards Due To Drought

March 8, 2017 – McCann said last year’s Rattlesnake Roundup record occurred after a “perfect storm” of a mild winter and late-season rain, which brought plenty of rodents for the snakes to eat.”

 

 

 

The two quotes immediately above show that the folks in charge are not your friends, and are lying to you about basically everything, including the snakes.

That is unless you believe that rainfall and lack of rainfall both increase snake numbers.

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 accounts below to support it.

The theses laid out in this thread are not complex. And, as my analysis of them deepens over time, we’re seeing the same trends, and the same propaganda techniques deployed to rebut them, regardless of the niche area. In this case, it’s snakes.

The words “mystery“, “baffled” and “puzzled” are memes, used, among numerous similar variants, whenever anyone in the wholly-controlled-and-coopted Political, Academic, Scientific and Media establishments wants to lie about, well, basically anything.

That’s why one of the stories below reads “Officials couldn’t pinpoint an exact reason, though they believe an increasing number of snake sightings is correlated to the growing number of homes built in snake territory.”

In the rest of the stories, which also document snake populations growing to unprecedented levels all over the globe, you’ll read reasons for that increase that include “growing number of homes built in snake territory“, “current spell of warm weather“, “drought“, “a ‘perfect storm’ of a mild winter and late-season rain“, “development in rural areas“, “a short and mild winter“, and “as the summer heat takes hold.”

If you were a biology student, I bet you’d be afraid to take that list of reasons to your professor, and would be unable to defend them.

Those are all examples of plausible-deniability excuses, put forth to give the subconscious some local reason to grasp onto, and at all costs keep your eyes off the larger phenomenon, which in this case is booming, burgeoning snake populations across the globe. Can you see how none of the stories mention that similar things are being seen in other areas, and other nations?

In San Diego, you’ll see how the two biggest years ever were 2015 and 2017, which goes badly off-message re: Poor Mother Gaia dying, and all. That’s why they call the increase an “uptick“, a repugnant meme word which means, in actuality, “a small increase.

You could go back in this thread and compile four years of examples of the propaganda use of the word “uptick” that would comprise a small book. It’s formulaic, it’s propaganda, it’s programming. You have to repeat it and repeat it, like with Pavlov’s dogs.

Another horrible meme word featured at least weekly in this thread is “spike“. That implies that numbers have shot up, but will shoot back down again, forming a “spike” on the graph.

While North Carolina saw a notable spike in bites – receiving 71 calls in April 2017 compared to only 19 calls the year before according to WRAL.”

Did you notice how they gave you the numbers, but not the percentage of the increase, as printing it would be much more impactful and go seriously off-message re: Poor Mother Gaia dying, and all? So I had to do the math. It’s a 273% increase in bites, in one year.

The number of snake bites reported in Georgia so far this year is 60 percent ahead of last year, which was, itself, a record year for bites. Here’s a headline that describes that situation:

“Number of snake bites rising in North Georgia”

Yes. Yes! They are, indeed, rising. But that’s obviously a dramatic, stupendous hedge.

But I’ve said enough. Please read on, and witness the great positive changes taking place across the globe:

 

 

 

 

 

April 11, 2016 – Python caught in Malaysia could be the longest ever recorded

A huge python found on a construction site in Malaysia could take the record for the longest snake ever to be caught, with initial estimates at eight metres.

 

June 2, 2016 – Parts of Britain have been colder than Christmas Day today 

 

 

June 13, 2016 – U.K. – Boy, 3, bitten by snake on UK beach amid fears of surge in adder numbers this summer

The incident comes amid fears of a surge in the number of venomous snake bites due to the current spell of warm weather.

 

June 28, 2016 – California – Record Number Of Rattlesnakes Making Their Way Into Yards Due To Drought

 

March 8, 2017 – Rattlesnake Roundup caps snake pounds after record year

In 2016, Jaycees purchased almost a quarter-million dollars worth of snakes, reaching capacity for buying and turning hunters looking to sell away. The event buyer hauled in 24,262 pounds of rattlesnakes at $10 per pound, surpassing 1982’s record of 17,986 pounds, according to Reporter-News archives.

McCann said last year’s record occurred after a “perfect storm” of a mild winter and late-season rain, which brought plenty of rodents for the snakes to eat.

 

April 19, 2017 – San Diego County Sees Near Record Uptick in Rattlesnake Sightings

So why this year? Officials couldn’t pinpoint an exact reason, though they believe an increasing number of snake sightings is correlated to the growing number of homes built in snake territory.

Already this year, the County’s Department of Animal Services responded to 305 snake calls, most of them from around homes and businesses. It’s the second most calls they’ve had during this same time period over the past 17 years.

The only other peak year came in 2015, when county officials received 310 calls between January and April of that year.

 

May 11, 2017 – Taking a trip to the South? Well watch out for snakes. Snake bites in Georgia are up 40 percent this year according to the Georgia Poison Control Center.

South Carolina is also reporting a 30 percent increase this year.

While North Carolina saw a notable spike in bites – receiving 71 calls in April 2017 compared to only 19 calls the year before according to WRAL.

A doctor with the Georgia center told WSB-TV that the first call to come in this year was the first week of January – breaking previous records.

They are blaming the increase on a short and mild winter.

 

May 12, 2017 – South Africa – ‘Extinct’ venomous snake rediscovered

What’s even more amazing is that the team found four live animals. Only 12 individuals have been recorded since the species was identified in 1937.

 

May 16, 2017 – Number of snake bites rising in North Georgia

Half of Georgia’s 55 hospital-reported snake bites this year have been in metro Atlanta and North Georgia.

The state is coming off of its busiest year on record for snake bites in 2016, with 466 people bitten by snakes last year, and now snakes of all stripes are slithering into the open as the summer heat takes hold.

In the counties that make up North Georgia and the Atlanta area, there have been 28 bites reported to the Atlanta center this year, according to data manager Allison Jones.
The 2017 numbers “appear to be up from even last year,” said the Georgia Poison Center’s director, Dr. Gaylord Lopez.

Gordon said he thinks the state is seeing more frequent snake bites because of development in rural areas.

(Illuminist talking-head shill quoted in a mainstream press article hedges with ‘appear to be up’, and ‘because of development’, and he and the author of the article carefully withhold the previous record. A previous story explained large snake bite increases as the result of “a short and mild winter”. – ed)_

 

May 18, 2017 – Loganville-Grayson, GA – The number of snake bites reported in Georgia so far this year is 60 percent ahead of last year, which was, itself, a record year for bites.

 

October 26, 2017 – Los Angeles Zoo produces record number of baby snakes.

The zoo’s Living Amphibians, Invertebrates and Reptiles program produced a record 61 snake babies this summer and fall, including various types of vipers and rattlesnakes.

(carefully withholds previous record – ed)

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