Beached Whale Mystery in England Share | jeff posted:9/29/2011 5:06:36 AM (Reply)This one is truly bizzare: http://www.telegraaf.nl/buitenland/10641619/__Aangespoelde_walvis_Engeland__.html?p=4,2Translated: SKEFFLING - It's a mystery how a female whale was stranded on 800 meters of shoreline in the middle of a field, in the British Skeffling.It is a sei whales of 10 meters long. In the last 20 years washed only three times a whale of this species on the British coast. jeff posted:9/29/2011 5:07:31 AM (Reply)"Scientists are questioning the increase in the number of stranded mammals this year. Last month three whales washed up already. The cause is unknown experts. Some think it may have to do with changes in ocean currents, reports the Yorkshire Post" That's the rest of it, anyway. Check out the pic!gary107 posted:10/4/2011 11:33:56 AM (Reply)Jeff, anti-gravity may exist in natural itself, it may be so uncommon that we are not yet able to study it, as was the trouble we used to have with ball lighting.gary107 posted:10/7/2011 1:19:09 PM (Reply)/ in nature itself... Omen502 posted:10/14/2011 2:36:55 AM (Reply) Well this would be no suprise to me.....on recent trips to the Everglades here in Florida I have noticed that things are dying and it is not only there. The sugar cane growers are sucking the water out of the lake and feeding thier cane with it then letting it run back into lake. I am assuming that there is a percentage of insecticides, pesticides, and fertilizers. The fertilizers are making the algea grow, of course. The fish and lillypads are dying and floating about in great chunks. There are Plocasomus everywhere and they are huge. The gators are everywhere also.....but the fish. Well biggest bass I caught was just legal at 18 inches, not bad but, there should be many more fish than this. Species are dying and it is called the countdown to extinction. Now that the gulf stream is gone and i am sure there are things happening we don't even know about, but I am sure this might have something to do with it. Please log in or become a member to add a post.