Nature booming and burgeoning to a level not seen in my lifetime – July, 2018

“I suppose there are two views about everything,” said Mark. “Eh? Two views? There are a dozen views about everything until you know the answer. Then there’s never more than one ….”

From “That Hideous Strength”, by C.S. Lewis, 1945

 

 

March 18, 2018 – River Otters Making a Comeback in Nebraska

May 5, 2018 – Long Island, NY – River otters making a comeback on the North Fork

May 30, 2018 – California river otters making comeback, researchers urge citizens to report sightings

 

 

None of the stories whose headlines I’ve listed above mentions that those river otter comebacks are part of a wider trend. That’s a propaganda technique called “compartmentalization.”

It’s July, 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 numerous recent news accounts below to support it.

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. Two of those variants are “unexpected” and “surprised”.

That’s why one of the stories I’ve featured below reads “Now Lake Michigan cisco are making a comeback. Populations are on the rise in Grand Traverse Bay and surrounding areas. Anglers are catching more cisco every year, and they are beginning to show up in unexpected places.”

And another “ ‘What we were a little bit surprised to find was that otters had moved down the east side of the bay through Oakland and Berkeley and Alameda, all the way south into Fremont’ Isadore said.”

Why would an otter-lover quoted in a news article be unaware of all the other otter comebacks taking place elsewhere around the nation? No access to a search engine? Myopically-focused only on otters in their own area?

The latter is actually possible, in that the layers of programming surrounding this subject are so varied and dense that the majority of the populace literally cannot see the great, epochal positive changes that are taking place all around them, right now.

But I personally think the otter-lover is an Illuminist shill, quoted in a newspaper article, desperately trying to hold back the rising tide of awareness as long as they possibly can, at the behest of the barely-closeted Death worshippers they work for.

The great news is, that doesn’t mean the positive changes I’m documenting are stopping, or even remotely slowing. In fact, they’re increasing in speed and magnitude.

And one of those positive changes is a generally-rising level of awareness, across the globe.

So this is just a brief stall-point, before humanity fully awakens and proceeds past it. And when they do, they’re going to reject and cast off the sorts of tactics I’m documenting in this thread.

Humanity is going to collectively demand to be communicated with in a different way, and the folks who are currently doing the communicating are either going to have to change, or they’re going to be thrown out of their jobs. “You’re fired!”, as our nattily-dressed, orange-skinned, teleprompter-reading President once said.

It’s my hope that this thread will help speed that process.

Please consider doing what you can, right now, to hasten their already-certain demise.

Who knows, you could be the one that throws the block that breaks the game open.

 

 

 

 

February 14, 2018 – Premium Cod Fillet Sandwich Returns To Wendy’s For 2018 Seafood Season

 

February 27, 2018 – Gila Trout making a comeback in Arizona

(The article makes no mention of the fact that the gila trout comeback in Arizona is part of a wider trend. That’s a propaganda technique called “compartmentalization.” – ed)

 

March 18, 2018 – River Otters Making a Comeback in Nebraska

(The article makes no mention of the fact that the river otter comeback in Nebraska is part of a wider trend. That’s a propaganda technique called “compartmentalization.” – ed)

 

March 27, 2018 – Rare fish on rebound in northern Lake Michigan as pros, cons of stocking debated

Now Lake Michigan cisco are making a comeback. Populations are on the rise in Grand Traverse Bay and surrounding areas. Anglers are catching more cisco every year, and they are beginning to show up in unexpected places. Cisco have been present in seasonally fishable numbers in Charlevoix, Portage Lake, and Manistee in recent years. Occasional catches have been reported even farther south.

(Implies that it’s stocking that’s led to the comeback. The article makes no mention of the fact that the cisco comeback in Lake Michigan is part of a wider trend. That’s a propaganda technique called “compartmentalization.” – ed)

 

March 29, 2018 – 2018 Miracle March Delivers Kern River Comeback

Better late than never: Conveyer belt of March storms triples our snowpack.

We were a bit nervous in mid-February when there had only been one significant storm for the winter. We were beginning to relive moments of the drought years. Then, came Miracle March. From March 1st to last weekend, we experienced a conveyor belt of storms, enough to triple our current snowpack. We now have significant water levels in the lake and plenty of snowpack in the hills.

(The article uses “miracle” to imply it’s an exception, and makes no mention of the fact that the huge increase in rainfall in California is part of a wider trend. That’s a propaganda technique called “compartmentalization.” – ed)

 

March 30, 2018 – The Colorado River Delta Mounts a Comeback

News headlines have made proclamations declaring the Colorado River “long-dead” and a “salt-encrusted wasteland.” As recently as 2012, the New York Times declared that the Mexican portion of the Colorado generated only a “feeble” pulse.

But Osvel and other river allies learned that the wetlands and forests of the Colorado River Delta were not dead, merely dormant. During wet years in the 1980s and 1990s, sporadic releases of water from the Morelos Dam sparked germination of trees and regeneration of native vegetation in riparian areas that were flooded on those occasions.

(The article makes no mention of recent record rainfall in the region, and withholds the fact that the comeback of the Colorado river delta is part of a wider trend. That’s a propaganda technique called “compartmentalization.” – ed)

 

April 3, 2018 – News worth sharing: The Potomac’s making a comeback!

The Washington Post summed up our latest State of the Nation’s River report best: “The Potomac is now on the verge of being one of the nation’s great river recovery stories.”

“The river is on track to meet its goal in reducing nitrogen…Bald eagles are nesting near the river in the District for the first time since 1946 . . . The populations of American shad and white perch are well over target.” — Washington Post Editorial Board

It’s just amazing how far we’ve come, isn’t it? There’s no doubt about it. The Potomac’s in the middle of a comeback!

Top pollutants are on the decline, native fish and wildlife are returning, and more of our upstream forests are under protection.

The river’s roaring back to life and making headlines!

(The article makes no mention of the fact that comeback of the Potomac river is part of a wider trend. That’s a propaganda technique called “compartmentalization.” – ed)

 

April 17, 2018 – DNR lauds federal announcement on comeback of Kirtland’s warbler

Forty years ago, the Kirtland’s warbler was on the brink of extinction. Today, the yellow-breasted songbird, which lives in northern Michigan’s jack pine forests, has made a comeback. The bird rebounded from a population low of about 350 in 1987 to more than 4,000 today.

(The article makes no mention of the fact that the comeback of Kirtland’s warbler is part of a wider trend. That’s a propaganda technique called “compartmentalization.” – ed)

 

April 23, 2018 – Florida – FWC to consider fishing season for goliath grouper

(The article makes no mention of the fact that comeback of the goliath grouper in Florida is part of a wider trend. That’s a propaganda technique called “compartmentalization.” – ed)

 

April 23, 2018 – Threatened Cambodia river dolphins making comeback

The number of dolphins in the Mekong River is increasing, according to a survey by Cambodian authorities and the WWF

The population of Cambodia’s critically endangered river dolphin is growing for the first time in decades, conservationists said on Monday, hailing a major turnaround for the freshwater species.

The Irrawaddy dolphins, known for their bulging foreheads and short beaks, once swam through much of the Mekong river but in recent decades have been limited to a 190km (118 mile) stretch from central Cambodia to its northern border with Laos.

The population has been in steady decline since the first census was taken in 1997, dropping from 200 that year to 80 in 2015 due to habitat loss and destructive fishing practices.

But new births – including three calves in 2018 – and a decline in deaths appear to have put the species on the path to recovery.

(The article makes no mention of the fact that the comeback of river dolphins in Cambodia is part of a wider trend. That’s a propaganda technique called “compartmentalization.” – ed)

 

April 26, 2018 – Detroit River back on the recreational map – Detroit Free Press

(The article makes no mention of the fact that the comeback of the Detroit River is part of a wider trend. That’s a propaganda technique called “compartmentalization.” – ed)

 

May 5, 2018 – Long Island, NY – River otters making a comeback on the North Fork

It was commonly believed that no river otters lived on Long Island, but according to research they have been making a comeback over the last 10 years.

(The article makes no mention of the fact that the comeback of river otters on Long Island is part of a wider trend. That’s a propaganda technique called “compartmentalization.” – ed)

 

May 30, 2018 – California river otters making comeback, researchers urge citizens to report sightings

Otter Spotters started in 2012, with 150 sightings the first year. Now, the total is up to almost 2,500 otters spotted.

Isadore said the otters first moved back into the bay area primarily through the northern counties of Marin, Napa and Sonoma – and they kept going.

“What we were a little bit surprised to find was that otters had moved down the east side of the bay through Oakland and Berkeley and Alameda, all the way south into Fremont” Isadore said.

(The organization was founded in 2012, right when the great positive changes got underway, to float the concept that ‘increased awareness’ is leading to increased sightings. The article makes no mention of the fact that the otter comeback in the Bay Area is part of a wider trend. That’s a propaganda technique called “compartmentalization.” – ed)

 

June 18, 2018 – Montana – Conservationists helping paddlefish make comeback at Caddo Lake

(The article implies that the change is local, and created by human efforts, and makes no mention of the fact that the paddlefish comeback is part of a wider trend. That’s a propaganda technique called “compartmentalization.” – ed)

 

July 10, 2018 – Seattle, WA – After an epic ecological comeback, the local, versatile rockfish has become a restaurant rock star

ROCKFISH IS APPEARING on Seattle-area menus in everything from ceviche to tacos. But new it is not. This lean, mild fish is nothing short of the best ecological comeback story on the West Coast in the past 50 years.

(The article makes no mention of the fact that the rockfish comeback on the West coast of the U.S. is part of a wider trend. That’s a propaganda technique called “compartmentalization.” – ed)

 

July 13, 2018 – Oregon’s prehistoric fish making a comeback with Grand Ronde’s help

Forty of the 240 fish relocated each year are radio tagged, so scientists can track their movements.

“We’re getting more and more juveniles and larval lamprey above the dam,” Wakeland said. “The thought is those pheromones will attract adult lamprey.”

The plan seems to be working.

The project began in 2014, after a small test run in 2013.

“Last year we had some juvenile lamprey moving out to the ocean,” Wakeland said. “And then this year, we’ve had some adults moving upstream. We’re seeing some migration.”

(These efforts got underway early in the positive changes I’m documenting here, I’m guessing another cover story, implying it’s local efforts. The reason for my assertion is that the story makes no mention of the fact that the lamprey comeback in Oregon is part of a wider trend. That’s a propaganda technique called “compartmentalization.” – ed)

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