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This is a scary article that makes me wonder at the state of our world.  It seems that our natural resources in the ocean, lakes, and streams are dying by the thousands.  How are we going to fix this problem?  Is there a fix?  I’d love to know your thoughts on this issue. Please share.

 

2012 The Awakening

Wonder how much BP paid in advertising dollars to keep the media silent and the people brainwashed into forgetting the disaster that hit those shores little more than two years ago.

August 20, 2012

The Watchers Tweet Tweet On August 17, 2012, all along the Myrtle Beach coast, beach-goers were finding mixed species of dead fish floating in the surf or washing up on shore - sting rays, pompanos, whitings, flounders… The fish did not have any obvious signs of trauma. Phil Maier, director of Coastal Reserves and Outreach for DNR office in Charleston, said there were groups of dead fish found between 28th and 68th Avenues North Friday. He said that water conditions are...

On August 17, 2012, all along the Myrtle Beach coast, beach-goers were finding mixed species of dead fish floating in the surf or washing up on shore – sting rays, pompanos, whitings, flounders… The fish did not have any obvious signs of trauma.

Phil Maier, director of Coastal Reserves and Outreach for DNR office in Charleston, said there were groups of dead fish found between 28th and 68th Avenues North Friday. He said that water conditions are right for Friday’s fish kill to be caused by hypoxia, or low dissolved oxygen in the ocean. There have been light southwest winds, warm water and spring tides. Maier said it is very likely it was the dissolved oxygen…

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About bigsmileu1

What good is living life if you don't share all the experiences, mistakes, and knowledge you have gained? I am a grandmother, a wife, a mother of two grown children, a Jr. High Teacher for almost two decades, an elementary principal and I want to share my experiences.

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  1. Fishs are dying on the North, Central and South America coastlines. No reason for their death except pollution. I assisted in burning of the diesel off the dead sea. Diesel fall to the bottom unless you burn the oil quickly. The beautiful coastline and sea animals are paying the price.

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