Category Archive: Signs in Earth Changes

Ohio finds 200 dead geese, others sick along Lake Erie

DETROIT (Reuters) – At least 200 geese have died for unknown reasons along the southwestern shores of Lake Erie while others are struggling to hold their heads up, stay upright and fly, Ohio… Continue reading

Bird flu wreaks havoc in Agartala

Barely 8 months after India declared itself free from bird flu in June 2010, the virus has stuck its nose against the grand declaration, resurfacing, in one of the sweet ironies, in a… Continue reading

Mass deaths of migratory blackbirds reported in Sevastopol

SEVASTOPOL, February 19 (Itar-Tass) — Mass and still unexplained deaths of migratory blackbirds have been reported in Sevastopol. Dozens of dead birds lie on the Kamyshovskoye highway, in the Kazachya bay and other… Continue reading

Major die-off of fish along lakefront

A bizarre scene is evolving on the Chicago lakefront, with Canada geese and mallard ducks gulping down dead or dying gizzard shad. A major die-off of what appears to be the 2010 class… Continue reading

‘Concerning’ mass of dead fish, ducks blankets Little River in Windsor

WINDSOR, Ont. — There’s an increasingly smelly fish-and-duck soup at the mouth of Little River as thousands of dead shad and several dozen dead ducks blanket the water’s surface, causing some alarm among… Continue reading

Mysterious fish deaths fan villagers’ fears in northern Turkey

Sudden and unexplained mass fish deaths in the Black Sea region of Turkey have local residents worried about the safety of their water supply and calling on officials to solve the mystery. When… Continue reading

23 quakes strike central Arkansas in 36 hoursu

The Earth is shaking in central Arkansas. Almost two dozen earthquakes of magnitude 2.3 or greater have struck the region since midnight Wednesday, the U.S. Geological Survey reports. The largest of the temblors,… Continue reading

2 Mile Rise in Ocean Floor Tasman Sea

At approximately 0632 PST (ABOUT AN HOUR AGO) ocean buoy 55015 recorded a sudden ocean floor rise of over 2 miles (3324.8 meters) in the Tasman Sea. Link to Story