Magnetic Field Disruptions Are The Likely Cause For Mass Bird And Fish Die Offs

Over the past several weeks there have been numerous reports of bird and fish die offs around the planet. The most likely cause for these die offs is the confirmed disruptions to the earth’s magnetic fields. It is widely believed by scientists that birds and fish use these magnetic fields as a navigational tool to migrate to warmer weather areas.  In 2001, the National Geographic reported on a study that suggests birds actually use these fields to plan their migration routes.  It is also widely believed that fish use these fields to find and detect prey.  Any disruption or change in the normal behavior of the earth’s magnetic field or the electromagnetic spectrum as a whole could easily misdirect birds and fish into locations that do not necessarily have warmer weather and result in their death.

It is clear that such disruptions in the Earth’s magnetic fields are already taking place. Scientists have already confirmed that the Earth’s magnetic north has been moving closer and closer to Russia.  Although these fields are constantly changing the recent changes have been so dramatic that the Tampa International Airport for the first time has been forced to change around one of their runways.  It is also confirmed that the Sun is moving into its solar maximum phase which means that the sun is now ejecting larger doses of electromagnetic radiation towards the Earth than usual. Even crazier is that in 2008, NASA reported that there was a massive breach in the Earth’s magnetic field which potentially could create massive geomagnetic storms.

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