“No: I am not tired. I have a curious constitution. I never remember feeling tired by work, though idleness exhausts me completely.”
Sherlock Holmes, from “The Sign of the Four“, by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, 1887
It’s February, 2018, 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 seven years of news stories below to support it.
In response to this great, unprecedented transformation, what we euphemistically call “secret agents” are engaged in ongoing animal-killing operations in an attempt to prop up the failing and wholly-fraudulent “Poor Mother Gaia is Dying” confidence game on behalf of the barely-closeted Death worshippers they work for. Sometimes they use poisons or designer virii, and at others blunt-force trauma, or, particularly in the case of whales and dolphins, sonic weaponry. To name only a few of many.
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. One of those variants is “surprised“.
That’s why a story below, headlined “Unprecedented Fish Recovery at the Southern Tip of Mexico’s Baja Peninsula”, reads “The study’s results are surprising in several ways,”
And why another story below is headlined “Scientists Surprised By Native Fish Comeback In Lake Huron”.
And why yet another is headlined “Surprise Salmon Spawning”
Another of the many variant “mystery”, “baffled” and “puzzled” memes is “incredible”. Which is why another article below from just a few months ago is headlined “Star Fish Make Incredible Comeback Along West Coast”
The article reads “Four years ago the Sea Star Wasting Syndrome almost wiped out the entire starfish population along the western coast of the United States, but name the starfish is making a comeback. Marine scientists in southern California recently discovered millions of starfish in tide pools after not finding any for years. Scientist Darryl Deleske told the Orange County Register, “It’s a huge difference. A couple of years ago, you wouldn’t find any.”
The story provides no further information for the stunning, miraculous resurgence. No suggestion whatsoever as to what’s causing the increase.
As the example of the Star Fish shows, the best efforts of these horrific people are no match for Nature. They thought they had created a designer virus that would wipe out all the Star Fish, and, just three years later, there are more Star Fish than anyone’s ever seen.
It’s “incredible” to them, as I’m sure it was “incredible” to the MK wetworker who ran me down with her car when I got up, basically unharmed, and walked the also-unharmed bike to the curb and got the chain back on the rings. I rode home a few minutes later.
You can see the same pattern of obfuscation around another fish killing op in Washington State, here:
“Fresh mass fish deaths in Cockburn Sound as probe fails to reveal cause
The WA Fisheries Minister has admitted authorities are still unsure what caused the death of large numbers of fish in Perth’s south, as officials begin to investigate further fatalities.
“Results to date are not conclusive as to a single definitive cause,”
“It’s very disappointing that we haven’t got to the bottom of the reason why we’ve had these fish deaths,”
It doesn’t look very good for these people, does it?
That’s because it’s February, 2018, and great, epochal positive changes are underway at every level of our reality.
And those changes are increasing in speed and magnitude.
August 12, 2011 – Unprecedented Fish Recovery at the Southern Tip of Mexico’s Baja Peninsula
A 10-year analysis of Cabo Pulmo National Park, at the Gulf of California, Mexico, shows that the total amount of fish in the reserve ecosystem grew by more than 460 percent from 1999 to 2009. Citizens living around Cabo Pulmo established the park in 1995 and have firmly enforced its fishing restrictions to stop the depletion of fish.
“The study’s results are surprising in several ways,” said Aburto-Oropeza. “A biomass increase of 463 percent in a reserve as large as Cabo Pulmo (27 square miles) represents tons of new fish produced every year. No other marine reserve in the world has shown such a fish recovery.”
December 19, 2012 – Smith: Upper Red Lake comes back from the depths
After lean (and even closed) seasons, Upper Red Lake is a “walleye factory.”
The walleye population is at a record high, so regulations have been relaxed this winter to give anglers a better chance of keeping fish for the fry pan. And with ice thick enough to walk on, anglers already are converging.
“It was crazy over the weekend — people were everywhere,” said Barthel, who runs Rogers’ Campground and RV Park on the south shore of Upper Red, and provides lake access. He and others are ecstatic over the walleye rebound.
April 10, 2013 – Scientists Surprised By Native Fish Comeback In Lake Huron
September 3, 2014 – ‘Unprecedented’ Turnaround For Nearly Two Dozen Fish Species Now Deemed Sustainable
“The turnaround in such a short time is unprecedented,” said Jennifer Kemmerly, director of the Seafood Watch program.
“Fishermen, federal agencies and our environmental colleagues have put so much effort into groundfish recovery, and now we’re seeing the results of their work,” she added.
June 6, 2013 – Biddeford, ME – UNE researcher nets 7-foot, 250-pound Atlantic sturgeon in Saco River, says it’s a sign of the prehistoric fish’s comeback
University of New England associate professor James Sulikowski has a big fish story.
On Wednesday, his team of marine science researchers caught what they estimate to be a 7-foot-long, 250-pound Atlantic sturgeon on the Saco River, potentially the largest ever recorded in the southern Maine waterway.
That monster fish makes for a good proverbial hook, but Sulikowski said the real big fish story of the day is what the giant represents: The resurgence of the prehistoric creature after having been completely exterminated from the Saco more than 60 years ago.
He said Wednesday afternoon’s beast was one of 40 sturgeon snared in the river over a 20-minute period using a gill net, the most such fish his team has corralled in one sitting since the sturgeon were first seen returning to the Saco in 2007.
2015 – Eastern Mountain Lion Mystery: Is the Big Cat Back?
(The story has a trail cam movie of one from Tennessee, from 2015 – ed)
December 1, 2015 – Fresh mass fish deaths in Cockburn Sound as probe fails to reveal cause
he WA Fisheries Minister has admitted authorities are still unsure what caused the death of large numbers of fish in Perth’s south, as officials begin to investigate further fatalities.
The Department of Fisheries confirmed late yesterday it was investigating further deaths in the Cockburn Sound area, in addition to the estimated 1,000 fatalities that were first identified in late November.
The most recent deaths, affecting both blowfish and snapper on both sides of the Garden Island causeway and also near the Point Peron boat ramp, led authorities to visit the area yesterday to collect samples for further testing.
The initial deaths, which affected as many as 14 species, ranging from blowfish to squid, have been subject to testing which Fisheries Minister Ken Baston admitted was yet to find a cause.
“Results to date are not conclusive as to a single definitive cause,” Mr Baston told Parliament.
“We are seeking expert interpretation of the results, but there is nothing obvious that might explain the cause of the incident.”
Shooters and Fishers MP Rick Mazza, who questioned Mr Baston on the deaths in Parliament, said it was vital authorities determined the cause of the problem quickly.
“It’s very disappointing that we haven’t got to the bottom of the reason why we’ve had these fish deaths,” Mr Mazza said.
March 9, 2016 – Surprise Salmon Spawning
Last November on the Farmington River in Connecticut, fisheries biologists discovered three nests of Atlantic salmon eggs, marking the first known wild spawning of Atlantic salmon on the river since the Revolutionary War, when dams and industrial waste wiped out the salmon population on the Connecticut River and its tributaries.
This spring those eggs are expected to hatch and already are reviving talk of yet another effort to restore wild Atlantic salmon to the river, despite the odds. There have been many failed attempts.
Before they found the nests, the biologists saw five adult Atlantic salmon swimming up fish ladders past the Rainbow Dam on the lower Farmington, evidence that at least a few salmon are attempting a comeback.
“It’s a great story, whether it’s the beginning of something great or the beginning of the end,” John Burrows, of the Atlantic Salmon Federation, told Nate Schweber, a reporter for Al Jazeera America.
May 23, 2016 – Ancient LAMPREYS with razor-sharp teeth make a comeback in British rivers and target swimmers
Return of the vampire fish: Ancient LAMPREYS with nightmarish suckers filled with razor-sharp teeth make a comeback in British rivers and target swimmers.
October 28, 2016 – In Yosemite, endangered yellow-legged frogs are making a comeback
These days, wildlife officials are using helicopters to transport the fist-sized frogs to some of the very same waters, which are now being rid of non-native trout.
It’s part of a strategy that has helped the frog population grow at a rate of 11% a year since 1991, according to a report this month in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
January 22, 2017 – Can cod comeback keep a Canadian fishery afloat? – BBC News
A generation after Canada declared a moratorium on northern cod fishing off the coast of Newfoundland and Labrador, the species is making a comeback.
December 28, 2017 – Star Fish Make Incredible Comeback Along West Coast – MSN.com
December 28, 2017 – Four years ago the Sea Star Wasting Syndrome almost wiped out the entire starfish population along the western coast of the United States, but the starfish is making a comeback. Marine scientists in southern California recently discovered millions of starfish in tide pools after not finding any for years.
Scientist Darryl Deleske told the Orange County Register, “It’s a huge difference. A couple of years ago, you wouldn’t find any.”
(Does that sound like a Scientist, to you, or a fifth-grader? The story provides no further information. No suggestion as to what’s causing the increase. – ed)
February 3, 2018 – Smelts, beloved by ice fishermen, continue comeback – Concord Monitor
(They inserted “beloved by ice fishermen” in there deliberately to chop up the more-impactful sentence: “Smelts continue comeback.” It’s like interrupting someone in the middle of making a point. – ed)