A Great Nothing Sweeps the Land
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April 28, 2011
Deadly tornadoes, tsunamis, earthquakes, land hurricanes, random violent storms, flash floods, and radiation have swept the land. No longer is there a rock to hide under.
Now crabs, whales and other sea life are being found gathering in masse in Antarctica.
Could this be a bi-product of all the earth changes, the BP oils spill, or maybe the Fukushima reactor accident?
Science Daily recently reported the following in an article titled King Crabs Invade Antarctica;
“It’s like a scene out of a sci-fi movie — thousands, possibly millions, of king crabs are marching through icy, deep-sea waters and up the Antarctic slope.”
“They are coming from the deep, somewhere between 6,000 to 9,000 feet down,” said James McClintock, Ph.D., University of Alabama at Birmingham Endowed Professor of Polar and Marine Biology. [referring to thousands if not millions of crabs]
Shell-crushing crabs haven’t been in Antarctica, Earth’s southernmost continent, for hundreds or thousands, if not millions, of years, McClintock said. “They have trouble regulating magnesium ions in their body fluids and get kind of drunk at low temperatures.”