Infectious Waste Spreading Alzheimer’s Disease

Prion Disease Surging Globally

Neurodegenerative disease, including Alzheimer’s disease and Parkinson’s disease, is the fastest-growing cause of death in the world. Misinformation and mismanagement are contributing to the surge. Alzheimer’s disease alone is killing 50-100 million people now. Experts suggest that the prevalence will quadruple by 2050. It probably won’t take that long.

Death rates from heart disease and cancer are dropping globally due to advances in nutrition, medicine and disease management. Meanwhile, neurodegenerative disease is exploding. In the U.S., deaths from Alzheimer’s disease increased 71 percent from 2000 to 2013, while those attributed to heart disease decreased 14 percent. Similar trends are emerging around the world.

Alzheimer's disease epidemic

  • Women are contracting neurodegenerative disease at twice the rate of men;
  • Spouses of those with neurodegenerative disease are 600% more likely to contract the disease; 
  • People in Finland, Iceland, Sweden and the United States have the highest prevalence of Alzheimer’s disease. Rates in North Dakota, South Dakota and Washington rival the highest rates in the world; and
  • Caregivers are in harm’s way because of disease mismanagement; 

The epidemic is larger than anyone knows. Physicians are withholding millions of diagnoses from patients and their families. According to the Alzheimer’s Association, physicians in the U.S. only inform 45 percent of patients about their Alzheimer’s diagnosis. The same suppression is likely at work in most countries. Meanwhile, millions more go undiagnosed and misdiagnosed.

At a cost of $236 billion a year, Alzheimer’s disease is already the most expensive disease in the United States. The disease saw a 15.7 percent bump over 2014 numbers–the largest increase of all major causes of death. It accounted for at least 108,227 deaths in the U.S. alone in 2015. A similar pattern is emerging around the globe–some regions much more than others. In the U.S. alone, nearly one in every five Medicare dollars is spent on people with Alzheimer’s or another dementia. And these costs will only continue to increase as baby boomers age, soaring to more than $1 trillion in 2050.

In order to understand the threat, one must understand the dynamics of this neurological disease. Alzheimer’s disease, for example, is a member of an aggressive family of neurodegenerative diseases known as Transmissible Spongiform Encephalopathy (TSE). The operative word is “transmissible.”

TSEs also include Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease, Parkinson’s, Huntington’s, mad cow disease and chronic wasting disease in the deer family. Few, if any, mammals are immune. There is no cure.

prion disease epidemic

Dr. Stanley Prusiner, an American neuroscientist from the University of California at San Francisco, earned a Nobel Prize in 1997 for discovering and characterizing deadly prions and prion disease. President Obama awarded Prusiner the National Medal of Science in 2010 to recognize the importance of his research. According to Prusiner, TSEs all are on the same disease spectrum, which is more accurately described as prion (PREE-on) disease. He claims that all TSEs are caused by prions.

Prions are unstoppable and the pathogen spreads through the bodily fluids and cell tissue of its victims. Prions shed from humans are the most deadly mutation. They demand more respect than radiation. Infected surgical instruments, for example, are impossible to sterilize and hospitals throw them away. Prions are in the blood, saliva, urine, feces, mucus, and bodily tissue of its victims. Many factors are contributing to the epidemic. Prions are now the X factor. Industry and government are not accounting for them or regulating them. They are ignoring the threat completely, which violates the Bioterrorism Preparedness and Response Act of 2002 in the United States. Other nations also are ignoring laws developed to protect food, air and water.

“There is now real evidence of the potential transmissibility of Alzheimer’s,” says Thomas Wiesniewski M.D. a prion and Alzheimer’s researcher at New York University School of Medicine. “In fact, this ability to transmit an abnormal conformation is probably a universal property of amyloid-forming proteins.”

A new study published in the journal Nature renews concern about the transmissibility of Alzheimer’s disease between people. A second study by the same scientist in early 2016 adds to the stack of evidence.

Experts claim that at least 25 percent of Alzheimer’s diagnoses are not Alzheimer’s disease. These misdiagnoses are actually CJD, which is further up the prion spectrum. CJD, without dispute, is extremely infectious to caregivers and loved ones. Millions of cases of deadly CJD are being misdiagnosed as Alzheimer’s disease. Millions of patients and caregivers are being misinformed, misguided and exposed to an aggressive disease. Misdiagnosis and misinformation regarding prion disease is a matter of life and death. The mismanagement doesn’t end here.

When the U.S. government enacted the Bioterrorism Preparedness and Response Act of 2002, it classified prions as select agents that pose an extreme risk to food, water and much more. Only two labs in the U.S. were allowed to handle them for research purposes. Unfortunately, the CDC quietly took prions off the list because the regulation criminalized entire industries and several reckless practices.

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Wastewater treatment plants, for example, are spreading this infectious waste far and wide because they are incapable of stopping prions. All by-products and discharges from wastewater treatment plants are infectious waste, which are contributing to the global epidemic of neurodegenerative disease among humans, wildlife and livestock. Sewage treatment plants can’t detect or stop prions. Just ask the U.S. EPA and the industry trade organization—the Wastewater Effluent Federation. Sewage sludge (biosolids) and wastewater reclamation are causing widespread contamination.

Once unleashed on the environment, prions remain infectious. They migrate, mutate and multiply as they infect crops, water supplies, wildlife, livestock and more.

Deer, elk, moose and reindeer are now contracting prion disease from humans. To help cloak the epidemic, it’s called chronic wasting disease (CWD). Deer with CWD are proverbial canaries in a coal mine. They are being killed by government sharpshooters to help cover up the problem. It’s insane.

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When cattle are exposed to prions, it’s being called mad cow disease or bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE, which is just a clever way of saying transmissible spongiform encephalopathy). Species barriers are a myth and part of the cover-up.

Unfortunately, prions linger in the environment, homes, hospitals, nursing homes, dental offices and beyond infinitely. Prions defy all attempts at sterilization and inactivation. If they can’t stop prions in the friendly and sterile confines of an operating room, they can’t stop them in the wastewater treatment plant.

The risk assessments prepared by the U.S. EPA for wastewater treatment and sewage sludge are flawed and current practices of recycling this infectious waste is fueling a public health disaster. Many risks are not addressed, including prions and radioactive waste. They don’t mention prions or radiation because there is no answer. Most nations are making the same mistake. We’re dumping killer proteins on crops, parks, golf courses, gardens, ski areas, school grounds and beyond. Wind, rain and irrigation spread these contaminants and many more throughout our communities and watersheds.

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Failure to account for known risks is negligent. Crops for humans and livestock grown grown in sewage sludge absorb prions and become infectious. We’re all vulnerable to Alzheimer’s and other forms of prion disease right now due to widespread denial and mismanagement. It’s time to stop the land application of sewage sludge (LASS) in all nations. Safer alternatives exist.

Researchers have more questions than answers about brain disease, but we know that neurotoxins, head trauma and genetics can all trigger neurodegenerative disease. Unfortunately, that’s where our knowledge gets fuzzy. Most diagnoses are a process of elimination. After eliminating all other possibilities, the guesswork begins:

  • If the patient has a memory disorder, it’s Alzheimer’s disease.
  • If they have a movement disorder, it’s Parkinson’s disease.
  • If the patient shows both symptoms, flip a coin.
  • If they ever had a concussion, it’s possibly CTE.
  • If the person is incapacitated, it’s Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease (CJD).

Prion disease is a spectrum disease that varies in severity. It also varies depending on which region of the brain is impacted first. It affects most, if not all, mammals. Prion disease causes memory loss, impaired coordination, and abnormal movements. It’s not known which patients with brain disease become infectious or when, but both CJD and Alzheimer’s patients are being mismanaged. Informed neurologists won’t touch patients with these symptoms because of the risk of transmission. They are making diagnoses from across the room.

“CJD behaves like Alzheimer’s disease on steroids,” said Dr. Jennifer Majersik, an associate professor of neurology at the University of Utah.

Experts claim that at least 25 percent of Alzheimer’s diagnoses are not Alzheimer’s disease. These misdiagnoses are actually CJD, which is further up the prion spectrum. CJD, without dispute, is extremely infectious to caregivers and loved ones. Millions of cases of deadly CJD are being misdiagnosed as Alzheimer’s disease. Millions of patients and caregivers are being misinformed, misguided and exposed to an aggressive disease. Misdiagnosis and misinformation regarding prion disease is a matter of life and death. The mismanagement doesn’t end here.

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Vancouver Spreading Infectious Waste Upstream

Sewage Sludge Contaminating Water Supplies

Residents of Canada’s Nicola Valley have said that something stinks about biosolids dumped near homes, rivers, aquifers and crops in their region. They set up roadblocks to stop the practice. A powerful new report backs them up.

John Werring, Senior Science Advisor with the environmental group, The Suzuki Foundation, recently came to the Nicola Valley where he met with some of the area Chiefs and with members of the Friends of the Nicola Valley Society. He listened to the concerns they raised about the land application of biosolids. He took samples from some of the biosolids which had been dumped in this beautiful alpine valley.

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Tests showed that the biosolids contained alarmingly high amounts of dangerous toxins. In fact, the “soils” tested indicate an area that could be classified as a “contaminated site” according to the BC Contaminated Sites Regulations guidelines.

The samples exceed the BC limits for contaminated sites under Schedules 4 and 7 of the BC Contaminated Sites Regulations on several parameters. The testing  shows that samples of biosolids taken from the Nicola Valley contained several dangerous toxins, including cadmium, uranium, lead, copper, mercury, tin, zinc, dichlorophenol, methylphenol, selenium, sodium, fecal coliform and much more.

Unfortunately, we also know that biosolids contain a deadly and unstoppable contagion known as a prion. Prions are associated with a global epidemic of neurological disease among people, wildlife and livestock. Prions are associated with Alzheimer’s disease, mad cow disease, chronic wasting disease, autism and other neurological maladies known as transmissible spongiform encephalopathies (TSE). The wastewater industry and governments prefer not to discuss prions or manage the killer proteins.

chronic wasting disease caused by prions

TSEs are caused by a deadly protein called a prion (PREE-on). As such, TSEs also are referred to as prion disease. The critical factor is that prions are unstoppable. The pathogen spreads through the bodily fluids and cell tissue of its victims. Blood, saliva, mucus, milk, urine and feces carry deadly prions from victims. All tissue is infectious just because of the contact with the contaminated blood.

TSEs also include Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease, Parkinson’s, Huntington’s, mad cow disease and chronic wasting disease in the deer family. Few, if any, mammals are immune. There is no cure.

Dr. Stanley Prusiner, an American neuroscientist from the University of California at San Francisco, earned a Nobel Prize in 1997 for discovering and characterizing deadly prions and prion disease. President Obama awarded Prusiner the National Medal of Science in 2010 to recognize the importance of his research. According to Prusiner, TSEs all are on the same disease spectrum, which is more accurately described as prion disease. He claims that all TSEs are caused by prions.

prion disease epidemic

Prions are unstoppable and the pathogen spreads through the bodily fluids and cell tissue of its victims. Prions shed from humans are the most deadly mutation. They demand more respect than radiation. Infected surgical instruments, for example, are impossible to sterilize and hospitals throw them away. Prions are in the blood, saliva, urine, feces, mucus, and bodily tissue of its victims. Many factors are contributing to the epidemic. Prions are now the X factor. Industry and government are not accounting for them or regulating them. They are ignoring the threat completely, which violates the Bioterrorism Preparedness and Response Act of 2002 in the United States. Other nations also are ignoring laws developed to protect food, air and water.

“There is now real evidence of the potential transmissibility of Alzheimer’s disease,” says Thomas Wiesniewski M.D. a prion and Alzheimer’s researcher at New York University School of Medicine. “In fact, this ability to transmit an abnormal conformation is probably a universal property of amyloid-forming proteins (prions).”

A new study published in the journal Nature renews concern about the transmissibility of Alzheimer’s disease between people. A second study by the same scientist in early 2016 adds to the stack of evidence.

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These findings support the local First Nations, and Friends of the Nicola Valley’s position that the practice of land application of biosolids is far too risky to be continued. In fact, once again, it makes one wonder how the practice ever gained approval in the first place. Sewage dumping poses a direct threat to First Nations’ traditional life-ways, and it threatens the health of all citizens within the Nicola Valley. It also threatens everyone downstream with exposure to toxins and neurological disease.

“The independent tests confirm that biosolids must not be applied to land,” said Chief Aaron Sam. “Biosolids contaminate our lands and waters, and it has serious potential negative effects on fish, animals and plants, First Nations people are reliant on the land for food and medicines. Biosolids put the health of our community members at risk. We can no longer sit back while the Government of British Columbia ignores our Constitutionally protected rights to our title and rights. Published, independent science concludes that land application of biosolids is very dangerous. We now have numbers to substantiate that, and these test results were determined by an independent lab. It is time to start looking at real alternatives to land application. The time of cheap, dangerous toxic dispersal throughout rural areas is over. Cities will have to find a greener, sustainable method of dealing with their toxins.”

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The Biosolids Controversy, Coverup

The following information comes directly from minutes of Metro Vancouver’s Utilities Committee. It describes the biosolids controversy from the eyes of public servants in Vancouver. The minutes have been revised at least once, so let’s say the minutes are dated May 15, 2015. Public safety appears to be a non-issue. 

In November 2014, Metro Vancouver became aware of a controversial biosolids composting project situated in the Merritt area. Biosolids from Regional District of Central Okanagan were being sent to a biosolids composting facility operated by a company called BioCentral. A second BioCentral facility was slated to receive biosolids from Abbotsford upon approval of the Land Application Plan (a requirement of the Organic Matter Recycling Regulation).

A group calling themselves Friends of the Nicola Valley, led by a resident of a 44lot subdivision in close proximity to the second site, began to protest the operation in November 2014. This included conducting interviews, lobbying First Nations in the area, starting a petition and creating a Facebook site which opposes biosolids application in general, not just the BioCentral facility. Although Metro Vancouver projects have been identified on the Facebook site of Friends of the Nicola Valley, Metro Vancouver has not been the principal target to date.

Rey Creek Ranch

Rey Creek Ranch is a property northwest of Merritt that used Metro Vancouver’s biosolids for fertilization periodically from 1997 to 2014. Currently Metro Vancouver has a contract with Sperling Hansen Associates Inc. (SHA) to apply biosolids at Rey Creek Ranch in 2015 for hayfield, range and transitional forest land application. In late January, SHA received a letter from the Interior Health Authority, which allowed the project to proceed subject to notification of neighbors, including the adjacent Lower Nicola Indian Band. In response to this notification, SHA received a letter from the Lower Nicola Indian Band, referencing Tsilhqot’in v British Columbia 2014 SCC 44, the recent Supreme Court decision regarding Aboriginal Rights and Title. The letter stated that based on their current understanding of the practice of biosolids use they are strongly opposed to biosolids operations until a meaningful dialogue with the Crown and Ministry regulators could be completed to address their concerns, and threatening action for continued operation or new activities without consultation. Biosolids deliveries to Rey Creek Ranch were halted on January 26 with the hope that a meeting could be convened in short order and Lower Nicola Indian Band’s technical concerns could be addressed. No meeting has been scheduled by the Band to date.

Nicola Ranch

Nicola Ranch is a property just east of Merritt that used Metro Vancouver’s biosolids for fertilization from 19982005. At the Ranch Manager’s request, Metro Vancouver had scheduled biosolids to be delivered to the Ranch in January 2015 for hayfield fertilization. The parties have determined not to proceed with the delivery at this time.

Local First Nations

On December 12, 2014, the five Chiefs of the Nicola Valley (Nooaitch, Lower Nicola, Shackan, Coldwater, and Upper Nicola Indian Bands), wrote to the Ministry of Environment, demanding that all current biosolids applications cease until the Crown and ministry regulators establish a meaningful dialogue resulting in the five Chiefs’ support. On February 12, 2015, the Union of BC Indian Chiefs (UBCIC) Chiefs Council passed a resolution directing the UBCIC Executive to work with the First Nations Summit and the BC Assembly of First Nations to assist the Nicola Chiefs in halting applications of biosolids in the Nicola Valley, in particular the BioCentral composting site, and immediately call on the Provincial Government to develop a provincial strategy for dealing with biosolids including considering modification of current legislation and regulations.

On March 10, members of these five First Nations, in coordination with the Friends of the Nicola Valley, established a blockade on Highway 8 into Merritt, to stop trucks delivering biosolids from Regional District of Central Okanagan to the BioCentral facility.

Since the controversy began, the Friends of the Nicola Valley have been opposing biosolids use, and the response by BioCentral, the MOE and Interior Health Authority has been very limited and has failed to reassure the Merritt community of biosolids safety. As public confidence and support is critical for biosolids application projects and many of Metro Vancouver’s biosolids projects are located within the Thompson Nicola Regional District (TNRD), these events have the potential to significantly impact our program. Metro Vancouver has been dumping biosolids as a fertilizer throughout the province for 24 years.

Metro Vancouver has the ability to divert biosolids for disposal in Hinton, Alberta, at a higher hauling cost. If Metro Vancouver is unable to send biosolids to Rey Creek Ranch, Nicola Ranch, and OK Ranch in 2015, and is not able to find other comparable land application sites, the total additional cost to the program is estimated to be $1.6 M.

As the current situation has the potential to continue to escalate and impact other project sites, inability to continue with the biosolids beneficial use program could result in additional costs of up to $5M per year for the next 3 years.

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Water Contamination Causing Neurological Disease

Sewage Treatment Plants Transmitting Neurodegenerative Disease

Neurodegenerative disease is the fastest-growing cause of death in the world. Meanwhile, death rates from most major diseases are dropping. Why the divergence?

Unfortunately, a pathogen associated with neurodegenerative disease is spreading uncontrollably. Research suggests that food and water supplies around the world have been contaminated with an unstoppable form of protein known as a prion (PREE-on). Ignorance, negligence, fraud and corruption are fanning the flames today. We’re facing an environmental nightmare.

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According to health officials, the epidemic will spread exponentially. The protein epidemic includes Alzheimer’s diseasemad cow diseasechronic wasting disease (deer) and many others. There is no species barrier. Some people die within weeks of symptoms, while others take years. There is no cure.

Please keep reading to find out why:

  • Alzheimer’s disease is part of a spectrum disease known as prion disease, which also includes Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease. The spectrum also is known as transmissible spongiform encephalopathy (TSE);
  • Alzheimer’s disease is an infectious prion disease, which is often misdiagnosed and undiagnosed. Millions of diagnoses are being suppressed by physicians;
  • The bodily fluids of those with prion disease are infectious;
  • Wastewater treatment plants are contaminating our food and water supplies by spreading deadly prions via sewage sludge, biosolids and reclaimed wastewater. The risk assessments involving these facilities and their by-products were prepared before prions were discovered and characterized;
  • Wildlife, sea mammals, livestock and people are contracting prion disease from mismanaged sewage; 
  • Caregivers are in harm’s way because of disease mismanagement; 
  • It’s time to reclassify sewage sludge, biosolids and reclaimed wastewater as infectious waste; and 
  • It’s time to defend our food, water and air from infectious waste by enforcing the Bioterrorism Preparedness and Response Act Of 2002 and similar laws around the world.

The Prion Epidemic

At least 50 million people around the world already have Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia. Millions of other cases are undiagnosed and misdiagnosed. Doctors have suppressed millions of other diagnoses. It’s an outrage. The epidemic is worse than the public knows.

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Two groups of investigators at Rush University in Chicago independently analyzed the epidemic in a double-blind study. Both groups determined that Alzheimer’s-related mortality rates were several times higher than reflected by official figures.

With weak data in mind, the official death toll from Alzheimer’s disease in the U.S. alone still increased 68 percent between 2000 and 2010. Millions of additional cases went undiagnosed, misdiagnosed and misreported. The epidemic is expanding exponentially thanks to misinformation, fraud, acts of gross negligence and what appears to be deliberate attempts to put corporate profits over public health.

Pandora-like prions are out of the box and contaminating homes, communities and entire watersheds—including our food and water supplies. It’s time for government and industry to lead, follow or get out of the way of the truth and solutions.

Prion Predators

Alzheimer’s disease is a member of an aggressive family of neurodegenerative diseases known as transmissible spongiform encephalopathy (TSE). The operative word is “transmissible.”

TSEs are caused by a deadly protein called a prion (PREE-on). As such, TSEs also are referred to as prion disease. The critical factor is that prions are unstoppable. The pathogen spreads through the bodily fluids and cell tissue of its victims. Blood, saliva, mucus, milk, urine and feces carry deadly prions from victims. All tissue is infectious just because of the contact with the contaminated blood.

TSEs also include Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease, Parkinson’s, Huntington’s, mad cow disease and chronic wasting disease in the deer family. Few, if any, mammals are immune. There is no cure.

Dr. Stanley Prusiner, an American neuroscientist from the University of California at San Francisco, earned a Nobel Prize in 1997 for discovering and characterizing deadly prions and prion disease. President Obama awarded Prusiner the National Medal of Science in 2010 to recognize the importance of his research. According to Prusiner, TSEs all are on the same disease spectrum, which is more accurately described as prion disease. He claims that all TSEs are caused by prions.

prion disease epidemic

Prions are unstoppable and the pathogen spreads through the bodily fluids and cell tissue of its victims. Prions shed from humans are the most deadly mutation. They demand more respect than radiation. Infected surgical instruments, for example, are impossible to sterilize and hospitals throw them away. Prions are in the blood, saliva, urine, feces, mucus, and bodily tissue of its victims. Many factors are contributing to the epidemic. Prions are now the X factor. Industry and government are not accounting for them or regulating them. They are ignoring the threat completely, which violates the Bioterrorism Preparedness and Response Act of 2002 in the United States. Other nations also are ignoring laws developed to protect food, air and water.

“There is now real evidence of the potential transmissibility of Alzheimer’s disease,” says Thomas Wiesniewski M.D. a prion and Alzheimer’s researcher at New York University School of Medicine. “In fact, this ability to transmit an abnormal conformation is probably a universal property of amyloid-forming proteins (prions).”

A new study published in the journal Nature renews concern about the transmissibility of Alzheimer’s disease between people. A second study by the same scientist in early 2016 adds to the stack of evidence.

Prions also are linked to post-traumatic stress disorder in combat veterans and in the brain damage of athletes like football players who have suffered repeated concussions. It appears that head trauma also can trigger a cascade that converts healthy prions into deadly ones.

It doesn’t matter how the person acquires the disease, victims of prion disease are infectious long before they appear sick. These carriers are leading normal lives, while the disease incubates within. These walking victims are donating blood, eating at your favorite restaurant, going to your dentist and loading public sewer systems with every flush. Unfortunately, much of the sewage is dumped where it contaminates your food and your water.

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The Prion Problem

When the U.S. government enacted the Bioterrorism Preparedness and Response Act of 2002, it included a provision to halt research on prions in all but two laboratories. It classified prions as select agents that pose an extreme risk to food, water and more. It was a step in the right direction.

Unfortunately, industry pressure convinced the Center For Disease Control to quietly take prions off the list of special agents two years ago. Keeping prions listed threatened to outlaw several multi-billion dollar industries. This reversal kept the floodgates open to the prion threat. Especially regarding sewage, agriculture and water reclamation industries.

The problem with prions is that they linger in the environment infinitely because they defy all attempts at sterilization and inactivation. Unlike viruses or bacteria, prions are not alive. Therefore, they can’t be killed. Victims contaminate cups, dishes, utensils, air and much more with just their saliva, mucus, cough or sneeze. Items exposed are hopelessly contaminated. Victims visit doctors and dentists every day. Some have surgery.

Unfortunately, surgical and dental instruments used on these victims are hopelessly contaminated. People have contracted prion disease from contaminated surgical instruments and hospitals have been successfully sued because of the negligence. Now, medical instruments are thrown away after being used on patients with known prion disease.

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If it’s impossible to stop prions in an operating room, it’s impossible to stop them in the challenging environment of a high-volume wastewater treatment facility.

Prions spread uncontrollably and contaminate everything that they touch—much like radiation. Unlike radiation, however, prions do not deplete themselves. They migrate, mutate, multiply and kill with unparalleled efficiency. Each victim becomes an incubator and a distributor of the Pandora-like pathogen. The human prion is resistant to both heat and chemicals. It’s reported that prions released from people are up to a hundred thousand times more difficult to deactivate than prions from most animals.

Prion diseases are killing humans, wildlife and livestock around the world today. It’s been gaining momentum over the past century. So has mismanagement by government, some researchers and industry.

chronic wasting disease caused by prions

The prion problem is getting worse with rising populations, rising concentrations of people, intensive agriculture, reckless sewage disposal policies and other mismanaged pathways. As the epidemic strikes more people, the pathways for prion exposure explode and intensify. Reckless sewage disposal policies and practices alone are putting billions of innocent people in the crossfire right now. Entire watersheds are endangered thanks to a deadly pathogen that migrates, mutates and multiplies.

“The brain diseases caused by prions includes Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, Huntington’s, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (Lou Gehrig’s disease), and other disorders known as frontotemporal dementias,” said Nobel Laureate Stanley Prusiner.

The TSE epidemic represents an environmental nightmare that threatens every mammal on Earth. Prion disease is a spectrum disease. Some prions can kill people within weeks of exhibiting clinical symptoms, while others take years. Other people may not fall victim to the disease, but they can carry the pathogen internally and externally after exposure. Pathway management and pathway aversion are critical if we hope to save mammals on land and at sea.

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Doctors Mismanaging Diagnoses

Since prion disease is a spectrum disease, doctors can’t tell the difference between them. The only definitive diagnosis of a prion disease comes with an autopsy. Autopsies, however, are rarely conducted because of concerns over deadly contamination. A corpse with prion infection will contaminate all tools used by coroners and morticians. Meanwhile, fluids and liquefied organs from these bodies are dumped into the sewage system—destined for your wastewater treatment plant and then some poor farmer’s cornfield and dairy farm.

All doctors are guessing with each Alzheimer’s, CJD or Parkinson’s diagnosis based on the severity of the symptoms. Doctors are withholding millions of additional diagnoses from patients and their families. Regardless of the motive, this censorship puts an unbearable load on families both emotionally and financially. It also puts caregivers in harm’s way, while insulating healthcare companies from expensive patient treatment and care. If healthcare companies tackle the full brunt of the Alzheimer’s epidemic, it will bankrupt them within the next five years. They will continue outrunning claims as long as possible.

Since doctors are essentially guessing on each victim, Alzheimer’s diagnoses are wrong at least 20 percent of the time. Those cases typically are further up the prion-disease spectrum under the term Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease (CJD). CJD is a more severe and extremely contagious mutation of prion disease.

Unfortunately for caregivers and family members, the protocol for patient care and caregiver safety is vastly different for Alzheimer’s patients versus CJD patients. This mismanagement puts many stakeholders at risk.

It’s reckless to try to distinguish between prion diseases on the spectrum. The medical community should treat people with Alzheimer’s disease as though they have CJD—as though they are highly contagious. Family members and other caregivers should be warned accordingly. Caregivers of those with dementia are six times more likely to contract prion disease than someone who is not a caregiver. Thanks to misinformation, community members also are being exposed to victims unknowingly.

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Pissing In The Pool

Although there are many causes and pathways contributing to the prion disease epidemic, many pathways are being mismanaged, including sewage, biosolids and reclaimed wastewater. As stated earlier, blood, saliva, mucus, urine, feces, milk and cell tissue all carry infectious prions. These human discharges are flushed down toilets and sinks billions of times every day. We all have flushed away toxic or infectious waste that we would never throw on our garden or in our water well. The magic wand at the sewage treatment plant doesn’t phase most elements. It obviously doesn’t phase flesh-eating bacteria, either.

Sewage treatment plants can’t detect or stop prions in municipal waste streams. Despite this slightly important technical detail, we are dumping tons of infectious sewage on crops, gardens, pastures, golf courses, playgrounds and open spaces in our forests every day. Wind, rain and other natural dynamics put the sewage right back into our air, food and water supplies.

Spreading sewage sludge, biosolids, and reclaimed wastewater anywhere is a risk. Dumping them directly into our food and water is reckless, incompetent and criminal. We’re dumping prions into our lifecycle by the trainloads daily. Every nation is guilty.

To be precise, people with Alzheimer’s or Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease have used every sewage system in the world for years, which means that these systems all are hopelessly contaminated with prions. The problem intensifies with the addition of new prions and the exponential growth of existing ones in the system. Sewage from hospitals, nursing homes, slaughterhouses, morgues, mortuaries, veterinarians and other high-risk places enters the same sewage system.

The condensed sludge from all of these places is then dumped on our farms and ranches by the truckload. Plastic packaging and other large items are often visible in this waste, which means that treatment is extremely minimal. If the Pope waved his hand over the sewage, it would likely receive better treatment than what we see today. Nothing stops a prion, but you would hope that billions of dollars of wastewater treatment would at least take out pill bottles, syringes, needles and used prophylactics.

Thanks to more and more people dying from TSEs, sewage systems are more contaminated with prions than ever. Wastewater treatment systems are now prion incubators and distributors. Sewage sludge, wastewater reuse, biosolids and other sewage byproducts are biohazards causing bioterror. Thanks to questionable policymakers and profiteers, you are eating and drinking from your neighbor’s toilet–and the toilets at the local nursing home and hospital. We might as well dump sewage out of windows again.

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Pandora’s Lunchbox

Thanks to more and more sewage mismanagement, we’re dumping more deadly prions on farms and ranches than ever. The wastewater industry and their consultants have convinced agricultural operations around the world that sewage and biosolids are safe, effective and profitable for all involved.

As it turns out, today’s sewage isn’t safe. It isn’t an effective fertilizer. The business is profitable for everyone concerned—until the sickness and disease sets in for the farmers, workers and the consumers. Until the land is condemned for being hopelessly contaminated—making everyone downstream sick.

Exposing crops and livestock to prions is a very bad idea. Plants absorb prions from the soil along with water and nutrient uptake, which makes the prions bioavailable and infectious to humans, wildlife and livestock via another pathway. We might as well inject prions into our veins.

In addition to uptake from the soil and water, plants also are contaminated through contact with biosolids. Rain can splash the death dust up on stalks and leaves, which contaminates them from the outside. People, livestock and wildlife are exposed to neurological disease just by consuming food grown in sewage sludge. The more consumed, the greater the risk. Utensils used in the harvesting, processing, cooking and eating of these crops also are permanently contaminated.

Meat and milk from livestock raised on pastures treated with sewage sludge are at risk of carrying prions. Livestock that graze on these dumping grounds can pull prions up directly from the soil as part of their daily grazing. Grains and grasses grown in sewage sludge and fed to livestock are a risk. Such exposure can turn these animals into incubators and distributors of prions.

People and predators that consume infected animals are at risk. Prions mutate and become more resistant and deadly as they move up the food chain through consumption. Prions from people are the most deadly and the most difficult to stop.

Prions are not the only ingredient in sewage that threatens food and water safety. Heavy metals, endocrine disruptors, carcinogens, flesh-eating bacteria and other contaminants await innocent bystanders.

Once sewage is dumped on crops and grazing land, the damage isn’t done. Rain, irrigation and wind proceed to spread the prions and other contaminants throughout our communities, watersheds and into our oceans. Dumping tons of sewage from millions of people on farms and ranches spreads the prion pathogen far and wide. It’s a vicious case of Pandora’s lunchbox. We can avoid some of the prion risk by eating foods that are organic. Fruits and vegetables grown in sewage sludge cannot be legally labeled as certified organic.

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Profits, Prions and Peons

Thanks to prions, sewage management has become more of a nightmare than ever. Getting it out of our food and water will not be easy. Europe alone spends more than 2.2 billion euros every year to get sewage sludge out of the cities. Unfortunately, about 60 percent of the crap is dumped on agriculture and landscaping around homes and offices. Disposing of it safely would cost billions more.

Finland and Sweden are top offenders in Europe regarding sewage dumped inappropriately. People there live and play near the Baltic Sea, which is one of the most polluted bodies of water on the planet. Sewage mismanagement generates most of that pollution. Sewage is polluting food and water supplies. As a result, Finland has the highest rate of Alzheimer’s deaths in the world. Sweden is third.

The United States produces more than eight million tons of dried sewage sludge every year. About half of it is dumped on crops, yards, parks, golf courses and beyond. The U.S. also has the fourth-highest death rate from Alzheimer’s disease in the world. Alzheimer’s rates in Washington State are off the charts. Like Finland, it has a long history of sewage mismanagement. It dumps sewage on crops, near rivers and upstream in forests. It drains back into the rivers, lakes, coves and bays where so many people live, play, eat and drink. Public servants are making questionable decisions regarding public health on many levels. Innocent people and animals are paying the price.

Wisconsin is another interesting case history. Almost every county in Wisconsin has helped dispose of sewage sludge. Now, the state’s deer herd is being decimated by chronic wasting disease–a prion disease. The epidemic is being mismanaged on many levels. Prion-laced sewage and sick deer pose a serious threat to Wisconsin’s multi-billion dollar dairy herd. Of course, people are exposed, too.

California produces a significant amount of the U.S. food supply. Los Angeles, for example, ships a huge amount of its sewage sludge where crops abound. Arizona also is a favorite dumping ground for California’s largest cities. Cropland near Yuma is a favorite target. Open space in the Phoenix metro area also has been targeted with California’s latest export.

Valley Fever

Thanks to sewage from California, Arizona also has one of the highest rates of Alzheimer’s disease in the U.S. Windstorms in the desert carry much more than sand and dust. Sewage sludge particles are part of every dust cloud that sweeps over Phoenix, Tucson and beyond. Then homeowners and their landscapers take turns blowing it back and forth across the street with dust blowers. As a result, the region is plagued by a mystery respiratory illness called valley fever. It’s wicked. The virus never leaves your body.

In India, 80 percent of surface water is contaminated and 80 percent of that contamination is sewage. Broken water pipes and flooding allow fecal sludge to mix with potable water. The effects of this contamination are immediately felt with the onset of the monsoons. When rains break out, so do reports of water-borne diseases like diarrhea and cholera.

India’s Central Pollution Control Board estimates that major cities and towns generate more than 38 billion liters of sewage every day, of which only 30 percent is collected and channeled away. Less than 20 percent of this sewage is treated due to limited capacity. The rest is emptied into streets, rivers, lakes and the ocean. Ironically, Hinduism is the religion of water.

These are just a few examples of sewage mismanagement and the threat to man and beast. It’s happening somewhere near you. Sewage mismanagement in agriculture is a direct assault on the landowners, investors, workers, livestock, neighbors downstream and downwind and consumers. Crops, poultry, dairy, meat and water all are vulnerable to the prion threat.

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Canaries In A Coal Mine

Despite the unstoppable risk that sewage and prions represent to agriculture, testing for mad cow disease is very weak in most countries. In fact, the USDA reduced BSE testing in 2003 after finding the third mad cow. Out of about 35 million animals slaughtered annually, only 35,000 are tested for the deadly disease. Despite reduced testing, 22 cases have been confirmed in the U.S., so far. Another 20 cases have been confirmed in Canada. Japan, by contrast, tests every cow killed for consumption. Mad cow disease is not an isolated event. It’s impossible to contain. It’s just the tip of an iceberg.

The prion risk in dairy cattle is another issue. Most, if not all cases of mad cow disease in the U.S. and other countries have been dairy cattle, so such research seems logical. Beef cattle rarely live long enough to exhibit symptoms of mad cow disease. Dairy cattle often live much longer, which increases their exposure to prions and it gives them more time to become visibly sick. It also gives them more time and opportunity to contribute milk to the food supply.

Prions have been found in the milk of mammals, but no one has been allowed to test for prions in the milk of cattle. Given the enormous influence of the dairy industry, research on dairy milk, cheese and prions will probably never happen. Prion behavior observed in other species confirms the risk.

At the beginning of 1985, the world had never heard of mad cow disease. Public concern quickly gained momentum once the epidemic was exposed. At first, the U.K. government and industry insiders tried to cover up the threat. Politicians and regulators were more than willing to cast fate to the wind regarding public health.

mad cow disease and prions

The U.K. killed almost 200,000 cattle in an attempt to eradicate the disease. Thousands of carcasses were burned and others were buried in pits. Unfortunately, it’s impossible to eradicate prion disease because of the perpetual environmental pathways. Cases continue to arise, but testing has been rendered ineffective at best. Ireland just confirmed a new case of the disease in June 2015. Ireland was ground zero during the first mad cow crisis 30 years ago.

In the past, most infected cattle got the disease from eating feed made from the ground up blood, fat and bones of dead cattle. Once they fed a mad cow back to these vegetarian herds, the contagion spread like wildfire. Diet is a proven source of exposure to prion disease. Food and water contaminated by sewage may have contributed to that initial outbreak in 1985.

Unfortunately, no one knows exactly how many infected cattle were slaughtered and consumed by innocent families. That’s one of the weaknesses of the global food production systems. That’s one of the reasons that it’s vital to keep prions out of agriculture.

Scientific Research Ignored

Studies confirm that people and animals dying of prion disease contaminate the environment around them with prions. Claudio Soto, PhD, professor of neurology at the University of Texas Medical School in Houston, and his colleagues recently found human prions in urine. Soto also confirmed that plants uptake prions and are infectious and deadly to those who consume such plants. Therefore, humans, wildlife and livestock are vulnerable to prion disease via plants grown on land treated with sewage sludge and reclaimed sewage water.

Prion researcher Dr. Joel Pedersen, from the University of Wisconsin, found that prions become 680 times more infectious in certain soils. Pedersen also found that sewage treatment does not inactivate prions. Therefore, prions are lethal, mutating, migrating and multiplying everywhere sewage is dumped.

“Our results suggest that if prions enter municipal wastewater treatment systems, most of the agent would bond to sludge, survive anaerobic digestion, and be present in treated biosolids,” Pedersen said. “Land application of biosolids containing prions represents a route for their unintentional introduction into the environment. Our results emphasize the importance of keeping prions out of municipal wastewater treatment systems. Prions could end up in sewage treatment plants via slaughterhouses, hospitals, dental offices and mortuaries just to name a few of the pathways. The disposal of sludge represents the greatest risk of spreading prion contamination in the environment. Plus, we know that sewage sludge pathogens, pharmaceutical residue and chemical pollutants are taken up by plants and vegetables.”

Over the past 30 years, there has been a great deal of research to better understand the fate of toxins and pathogens in biosolids when applied to crops and grazing land. Much of that research is taking place today in an open laboratory, on innocent citizens in thousands of communities around the world. Unfortunately, they aren’t willing participants.

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Beached Whales An Indicator Of Neurological Disease On Land

Whales Contracting Neurological Disease From Human Sewage

Sick animals and sick people can tell us a lot about the health of our environment. A study in Denmark is raising red flags. There could be a common thread between sick whales and sick humans upstream.

whale beached caused by prion disease

Whales have too much intellectual, social and navigational capacity to run aground en masse unless extremely sick and disoriented. There have been several high-profile stranding events around the world in the past few years alone. An alarming number of whales are washing up on Alaska’s shores now. As mammals high on the food chain, their health is a good indictor of environmental health. We should be testing those that die much more rigorously for toxic buildup and disease. Whales are downstream from billions of people, so they are in a position to serve as unique bio-indicators.

These beached whales and dolphins are the oceans’ version of canaries in coal mines. Their bodies are like giant sponges that can offer insight into the health of the ocean and the planet.

For example, sick and dead whales might be able to shed light on the Alzheimer’s disease epidemic that is exploding exponentially around the globe. Thanks to reckless sewage disposal practices around the world, unstoppable prions are being dumped in our watersheds and waterways on an industrial scale. If the prion pathogen associated with Alzheimer’s and many related neurodegenerative diseases is present in whales and dolphins, it’s further confirmation of the scope and spread of these killer proteins. Unfortunately, that critical test is not taking place on the whales and dolphins now. Therefore, people continue to serve as the canary in the coal mine.

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As with humans and other mammals, whales and dolphins are vulnerable to prion disease. Prion disease has many names, including Alzheimer’s disease,  Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease (CJD) and Parkinson’s disease. In livestock, it’s known as mad cow disease. In deer, it’s being called chronic wasting disease. They all are forms of what is called transmissible spongiform encephalopathy (TSE). TSEs are deadly and unstoppable. The prion pathogen behind them and the diseases themselves are being mismanaged globally. Our oceans are the holding pond for those that runoff the land with water.

At least one dolphin has been found with prion disease, but testing is severely lacking. Since dietary factors are clearly linked to neurological disease, we can learn more about the health of whales by studying the people who eat them. In turn, the health of the whales can shed light on the health of our food and water supplies upstream. A pioneering researcher is conducting such research now to better understand human health, the health of our oceans and the connections between those factors.

Whale meat appears to be contributing to high rates of neurological disease in Nordic and Baltic nations. Pioneering research found that Parkinson’s patients on the Faroe Islands have consumed about six times more whale meat and blubber than their neighbors who don’t have the disease.

Maria Skaalum Petersen Parkinson's disease and whale meat
Maria Skaalum Petersen has hit the tip of an iceberg.

Maria Skaalum Petersen is working to shed light on the connection between sick seas, sick whales and the people who consume them. Petersen is a researcher in the Department of Occupational and Public Health in the Faroe Islands health service. One of her projects has included a comparison of the prevalence of Parkinson’s disease (part of the TSE spectrum) in the Nordic countries.

She found that Parkinson’s disease is twice as prevalent on the Faroe Islands as in Norway and other Nordic countries. A traditional diet on the Faroe Islands typically includes pilot whale meat.

Predators, including some whales, are high on the food chain. Predators that consume predators are consuming the toxic build-up from every animal ever consumed. Therefore, predators (and the people who consume them) often serve as an excellent indicator of the health of an entire ecosystem, including prion contamination.

Not all whales are created equal, though. The whale meat sold in Norway and Iceland is mostly from minke whales, a species that has a diet much lower in the food chain. This means they do not accumulate as many contaminants or prions as pilot whales. This means that the risks associated with whale meat is slightly less for the people in Norway. Norway still has a fairly high rate of neurological disease.

eating pilot whales causes Parkinson's disease

“The Faroe Islanders eat pilot whales, while Norwegians eat baleen whales. Pilot whales have teeth and primarily eat fish and squid, which puts them higher on the food chain,” Petersen says.

Baleen whales feed by filtering zooplankton and krill into their mouths as they swim. In essence, they are vegetarians. Eating lower on the food chain lowers their prion exposure, but it doesn’t make them immune to the prion problem.

This study indicates that there is prion accumulation in whales–some more than others. It indicates that prions are in our oceans and onward upstream. It indicates that prions are in our food and water supplies and reckless sewage management is contributing to the problem. It reminds us of the hazards associated with wastewater reuse, sewage sludge disposal and biosolids in our communities and watersheds and the oceans below.

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What can we learn from the Faroe Islands and whale meat? Prions are building up in the environment and in mammals now.This is a battle of pathway management. Time to manage the contamination is running out. Sewage mismanagement, including agricultural and industrial waste, is contributing to the problem.

If whales could talk, they would tell us to get our sh*t together and put it in a much safer place. Presently, we are recycling sewage sludge, biosolids and reclaimed wastewater throughout our watersheds. We are contaminating food and water supplies. We are pissing in the pool. We’re being fed lies and prions. Save the world. Save the whales. Save yourself.

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Alzheimer’s Disease Caused By Food, Water Contamination

Sewage Sludge Spreading Infectious Waste

More than 50 million people around the world have Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia. It’s the fastest-growing cause of death in the world.

Alzheimer’s disease is a member of an unstoppable family of neurodegenerative diseases known as Transmissible Spongiform Encephalopathy (TSE). The operative word is “transmissible.” Related diseases are killing wildlife and livestock around the world. The TSE epidemic represents an environmental nightmare that threatens every mammal on Earth.

Alzheimer's disease epidemic

In order to understand the threat, one must understand the dynamics of this neurological disease. Alzheimer’s disease, for example, is a member of an aggressive family of neurodegenerative diseases known as Transmissible Spongiform Encephalopathy (TSE). The operative word is “transmissible.”

TSEs are caused by a deadly protein called a prion (PREE-on). As such, TSEs also are referred to as prion disease. The critical factor is that prions are unstoppable. The pathogen spreads through the bodily fluids and cell tissue of its victims. Blood, saliva, mucus, milk, urine and feces carry deadly prions from victims. All tissue is infectious just because of the contact with the contaminated blood. All sewage is infectious.

TSEs also include Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease, Parkinson’s, Huntington’s, mad cow disease and chronic wasting disease in the deer family. Few, if any, mammals are immune. There is no cure.

Dr. Stanley Prusiner, an American neuroscientist from the University of California at San Francisco, earned a Nobel Prize in 1997 for discovering and characterizing deadly prions and prion disease. President Obama awarded Prusiner the National Medal of Science in 2010 to recognize the importance of his research. According to Prusiner, TSEs all are on the same disease spectrum, which is more accurately described as prion disease. He claims that all TSEs are caused by prions.

prion disease epidemic

Prions are unstoppable and the pathogen spreads through the bodily fluids and cell tissue of its victims. Prions shed from humans are the most deadly mutation. They demand more respect than radiation. Infected surgical instruments, for example, are impossible to sterilize and hospitals throw them away. Prions are in the blood, saliva, urine, feces, mucus, and bodily tissue of its victims. Many factors are contributing to the epidemic. Prions are now the X factor. Industry and government are not accounting for them or regulating them. They are ignoring the threat completely, which violates the Bioterrorism Preparedness and Response Act of 2002 in the United States. Other nations also are ignoring laws developed to protect food, air and water.

“There is now real evidence of the potential transmissibility of Alzheimer’s disease,” says Thomas Wiesniewski M.D. a prion and Alzheimer’s researcher at New York University School of Medicine. “In fact, this ability to transmit an abnormal conformation is probably a universal property of amyloid-forming proteins (prions).”

A new study published in the journal Nature renews concern about the transmissibility of Alzheimer’s disease between people. A second study by the same scientist in early 2016 adds to the stack of evidence.

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Although there are many causes and pathways contributing to the prion disease epidemic, many pathways are being mismanaged around the globe. As such, we are recycling the pathogen that causes Alzheimer’s right back into our food and water. We’re dumping these killer proteins on crops, parks, golf courses, ski areas and school grounds. Rain and irrigation spread them throughout our communities and watersheds. We’re dumping prions into our food and water supplies with foolish sewage management practices.

Prions Found In All Bodily Fluids

A new study confirms that people and animals dying of prion disease are contaminating the environment around them with a deadly and unstoppable protein found in their bodily fluids. Claudio Soto, PhD, professor of neurology and director of the George and Cynthia W. Mitchell Center for Alzheimer’s Disease and Other Brain Related Illnesses at the University of Texas Medical School in Houston, and his colleagues recently found prions in urine. The study was published in the August 7 issue of the New England Journal of Medicine.

The research offers hope for earlier diagnosis among the millions of people impacted around the world, which means earlier intervention and better disease management. It also can help develop screens to protect our blood supplies from donors with prion disease.

The bad news is that prions in urine, mucus, feces and blood underscores the environmental nightmare associated with Alzheimer’s, Creutzfeldt-Jakob (CJD), Parkinson’s, Huntington’s and prion diseases among livestock and wildlife. Although there are many causes for prion disease, many people and animals are contracting it from environmental exposure (food, water and soil) and then contaminating the environment even more with their own bodily fluids. Once victims die, carcasses also contaminate soil and water.

“This is the first time that prions have been detected in human urine,” Dr. Soto told Neurology Today.

prions in sewage and urine

Soto failed to reference urine and blood studies performed earlier by Ruth Gabizon in 2001 and Reichl in 2002. These studies also detected prions in bodily fluids. Despite that detail, Soto’s findings can help focus global attention on the exploding prion problem.

Additional research has determined that the prion pathogen spreads through feces, saliva, blood, milk, soil, water and the tissue of infected animals and humans. If a single person with prion disease discharges bodily fluids or feces into a public sewer system, that sewage system is permanently infected and the amount of contamination will multiply and intensify daily. Everything discharged from that sewage system—reclaimed water and biosolids—can spread the contamination even further.

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Once a prion reaches the soil, that soil is permanently contaminated and the entire watershed (water) below that point is at risk forever. If your food and water is generated in that watershed, you have a higher risk of contracting prion disease with every sip of water or every bite of food produced locally.

With the help of weather, prions can migrate through wind and water. Rain and snow can rinse them into surface water, groundwater, streams, ponds, lakes, and oceans. Wildlife, livestock and humans can ingest prions from soil, water and food. We can’t afford to take the risk of further contaminating entire watersheds – increasing the pathway to humans, livestock, and wildlife downstream.

chronic wasting disease caused by prions

Because of these factors and others, we have an epidemic of prion disease exploding around the world right now. The epidemic is worse in some regions of the world than others. For example, the death rate for Alzheimer’s disease is higher in Finland than any other country in the world. Iceland and the United States are runners up. In fact, the death rate for Alzheimer’s is higher in Washington state than any other known region in the world. These vast discrepancies can only be explained by environmental factors, including food, water and air pathways. Sewage disposal that contaminates local food and water supplies is likely part of the problem.

The urine and sewage connection helps explain why the global epidemic is exploding. More than 44 million people around the world are known to have these neurodegenerative diseases today. Millions more have the disease, but don’t know it, yet. In addition to these people, millions of infected people around the world have used our sewage systems over the past century. Millions more are using them today. It’s impossible to neutralize or stop prions in even the most sterile environments, including hospitals. It’s ludicrous to think that treated sewage water or biosolids are prion-free. Especially since prions from people are much more infectious than those found in other species (prions become more aggressive as they work their way up the food chain).

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has confirmed that prions are in sewage and that there has been no way to detect them or stop them. As such, the EPA has never issued guidance on prion management within sewage processing plants. This lack of directive allows budget-strapped states and counties to regulate the practices in a variety of ways that best suit local municipalities and industries.

Dr. Soto’s test changes that equation. Now, the EPA can’t plead ignorance to the dangers of prions in biosolids and reclaimed sewage water. Sewage dumped at sea must be reconsidered. Prions should be classified as a select agent again by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security and the Center for Disease Control. Similar measures should be enacted around the world immediately. Failure to act responsibly is suicide.

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Alzheimer’s Disease Transmitted Through Environment, Food, Water

Alzheimer’s An Infectious Disease Fueled By Infectious Waste

Neurodegenerative disease, including Alzheimer’s disease and Parkinson’s disease, is the fastest-growing cause of death in the world. Misinformation and mismanagement are contributing to the surge. Alzheimer’s disease alone is killing 50-100 million people now. Experts suggest that the prevalence of brain disease will quadruple by 2050, if not sooner.

Death rates from heart disease and cancer are dropping globally due to advances in nutrition, medicine and disease management. Meanwhile, neurodegenerative disease is exploding. In the U.S., deaths from Alzheimer’s disease increased 71 percent from 2000 to 2013, while those attributed to heart disease decreased 14 percent. Similar trends are emerging around the world. The reasons are alarming.

To understand the threat, one must understand the dynamics and scope of the epidemic. Alzheimer’s, for example, is a member of an aggressive family of neurodegenerative diseases known as Transmissible Spongiform Encephalopathy (TSE). The operative word is “transmissible.”

Alzheimer's disease epidemic

TSEs also include Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease (CJD) Parkinson’s, Huntington’s, mad cow disease and chronic wasting disease in the deer family. Few, if any, mammals are immune. There is no cure. TSEs are always fatal.

  • Women are contracting neurodegenerative disease at twice the rate of men;
  • Spouses of those with Alzheimer’s disease are 600% more likely to contract the disease, which is further evidence that it is a transmissible disease. Caregivers, family members and others are in harm’s way because of disease mismanagement and misinformation; and
  • People in Finland, Iceland, Sweden and the United States have the highest prevalence of Alzheimer’s disease. Rates in North Dakota, South Dakota and Washington rival the highest rates in the world.

The epidemic is larger than anyone knows. Physicians are withholding millions of diagnoses from patients and their families. According to the Alzheimer’s Association, physicians in the U.S. only inform 45 percent of patients about their Alzheimer’s disease diagnosis. The same suppression is likely at work in most countries. Meanwhile, millions of people go undiagnosed and misdiagnosed.

prion disease epidemic

Dr. Stanley Prusiner, an American neuroscientist from the University of California at San Francisco, earned a Nobel Prize in 1997 for discovering and characterizing deadly prions and prion disease. He claims that all TSEs are caused by prions. President Obama awarded Prusiner the National Medal of Science in 2010 to recognize the importance of his research. According to Prusiner, TSEs all are on the same disease spectrum, which is more accurately described as prion (PREE-on) disease. CJD is at the extreme end of the spectrum.

Prions are unstoppable and the pathogen spreads through the bodily fluids and cell tissue of its victims. Prions shed from humans are the most deadly mutation. Prions shed from human victims demand more respect than radiation. Infected surgical instruments, for example, are impossible to sterilize and hospitals throw them away. Prions are in the blood, saliva, urine, feces, mucus, and bodily tissue of its victims. Many factors are contributing to the epidemic. Prions are now the X factor. Industry and government are not accounting for prions or regulating them. They are ignoring these deadly proteins completely, which violates the United States’ Bioterrorism Preparedness and Response Act of 2002. Other nations also are ignoring laws developed to protect food, air and water.

land application sewage sludge

“There is now real evidence of the potential transmissibility of Alzheimer’s,” says Thomas Wiesniewski M.D. a prion and Alzheimer’s researcher at New York University School of Medicine.

A new study published in the journal Nature renews concern about the transmissibility of Alzheimer’s disease between people. A second study by the same scientist in early 2016 adds to the stack of evidence.

Experts claim that at least 25 percent of Alzheimer’s diagnoses are not Alzheimer’s disease. These misdiagnoses are actually CJD, which is further up the prion disease spectrum. CJD, without dispute, is extremely infectious to caregivers and loved ones. Millions of cases of deadly CJD are being misdiagnosed as Alzheimer’s disease. Millions of patients and caregivers are being misinformed, misguided and exposed to an aggressive disease. Misdiagnosis and misinformation regarding prion disease is a matter of life and death. The mismanagement doesn’t end here.

Wastewater treatment plants, for example, are spreading this infectious waste far and wide because they are incapable of stopping prions. All by-products and discharges from wastewater treatment plants are infectious waste, which are contributing to the global epidemic of neurodegenerative disease among humans, wildlife and livestock. Wastewater treatment plants can’t detect or stop prions. Just ask the U.S. EPA and the industry trade organization—the Wastewater Effluent Federation. Sewage sludge (biosolids) and wastewater reclamation are causing widespread contamination.

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Sewage Spreading Alzheimer’s Disease To Wildlife

Once unleashed on the environment, prions remain infectious. They migrate, mutate and multiply as they infect crops, water supplies, wildlife, livestock, sea mammals and humans. It’s a real world version of Pandora’s Lunchbox.

Deer, elk, moose and reindeer are now contracting prion disease from humans. To help cloak the epidemic, it’s called chronic wasting disease (CWD). Deer with CWD are proverbial canaries in a coal mine. They are being killed by government sharpshooters to help cover up the problem. It’s insane.

chronic wasting disease caused by prions

The risk assessments prepared by the U.S. EPA for wastewater treatment and sewage sludge (biosolids) are flawed and current practices of recycling this infectious waste is fueling a public health disaster. Many risks are not addressed, including prions and radioactive waste. They don’t mention prions or radionuclides because there is no answer. Most nations are making the same mistake. We’re dumping killer proteins on crops, parks, golf courses, gardens, ski areas, school grounds and beyond. Wind, rain and irrigation spread this infectious waste  throughout our communities and watersheds.

Failure to account for known risks is negligent. Crops for humans and livestock grown grown in sewage sludge absorb prions and become infectious. We’re all vulnerable to Alzheimer’s and other forms of prion disease right now due to widespread denial and mismanagement. It’s time to stop the land application of sewage sludge (LASS) in all nations. Safer alternatives exist.

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For example, the practice of dumping the sewage from billions of people on land and at sea adds fuel to the Alzheimer’s epidemic. Applying biosolids (sewage sludge) to cropland, or any watershed, demands reconsideration. The reuse of reclaimed wastewater for drinking water is reckless. Just think how many listeria outbreaks have happened from sewage being applied to our crops. The pathway between human sewage and food is proven. The pathogen is proven. The risk is very real. There is no proof to the contrary.

People and animals with prion disease represent an environmental nightmare. These killer proteins are unstoppable. Public and private protocols demand the truth and reform to help stop the Alzheimer’s epidemic.

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Sewage Sludge, Reclaimed Wastewater Spreading Alzheimer’s Disease

Biosolids, Reclaimed Wastewater Spreading Deadly Disease

A new study confirms that people and animals dying of prion disease are contaminating the environment around them with a deadly and unstoppable protein found in their bodily fluids, including their urine and feces. Wastewater treatment plants can’t neutralize the deadly form of protein known as a prion.

Claudio Soto, PhD, professor of neurology and director of the George and Cynthia W. Mitchell Center for Alzheimer’s Disease and Other Brain Related Illnesses at the University of Texas Medical School in Houston, and his colleagues recently found deadly and infectious prions in urine. The study has been published in the August 7 issue of the New England Journal of Medicine. Unfortunately, other researchers have found prions in all bodily fluids of victims, which is extremely bad news for caregivers, family members and others in the community who are caught in the crossfire.

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The good news is that the research offers hope for earlier diagnosis among the millions of people impacted around the world. The discovery can promote earlier intervention and better disease management. It also can help develop screens to protect our blood supplies from donors with prion disease.

The bad news is that prions in urine and feces underscore the environmental nightmare associated with Alzheimer’s disease, Creutzfeldt-Jakob (CJD), Parkinson’s, Huntington’s and prion diseases among livestock and wildlife. Although there are many causes for prion disease, many people and animals are contracting it from environmental exposure (food, water and soil) and then contaminating the environment even more with their own bodily fluids. Once victims die, carcasses also contaminate soil and water.

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“This is the first time that prions have been detected in human urine,” Dr. Soto told Neurology Today.

Soto failed to reference urine and blood studies performed earlier by Ruth Gabizon in 2001 and Reichl in 2002. These studies also detected prions in bodily fluids. Despite that detail, Soto’s findings can help focus global attention on the exploding prion problem.

Dr. Stanley Prusiner earned a Nobel Prize in 1997 for identifying, naming and studying deadly prions. President Obama awarded Prusiner the National Medal of Science in 2010 to recognize the importance of his research.

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In June 2012, Prusiner confirmed that Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, Huntington’s and even ALS are prion diseases similar, if not identical, to CJD in people, mad cow disease in livestock and chronic wasting disease in wildlife. The variations in disease progression could be due to genetics in the patients or mutations in the prion, not different diseases entirely.

Additional research has determined that the prion pathogen spreads through feces, saliva, blood, milk, soil, water and the tissue of infected animals and humans. If a single person with prion disease discharges bodily fluids or feces into a public sewer system, that sewage system is permanently infected and the amount of contamination will multiply and intensify daily. Everything discharged from that sewage system—reclaimed water and biosolids—can spread the contamination even further.

Once a prion reaches the soil, that soil is permanently contaminated and the entire watershed below that point is at risk forever. If your food and water is generated in that watershed, you have a higher risk of contracting prion disease.

“There has been a resurgence of this sort of thinking, because there is now real evidence of the potential transmissibility of Alzheimer’s,” says Thomas Wiesniewski M.D. a prion and Alzheimer’s researcher at New York University School of Medicine. 

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With the help of weather, prions can migrate through wind and water. Rain and snow can rinse them into surface water, groundwater, streams, ponds, lakes, and oceans. Wildlife, livestock and humans can ingest prions from soil, water and food. We can’t afford to take the risk of further contaminating entire watersheds – increasing the pathway to humans, livestock, and wildlife downstream.

Because of these factors and others, we have an epidemic of prion disease around the world right now. The epidemic is worse in some regions of the world than others. For example, the death rate for Alzheimer’s disease is higher in Finland than any other country in the world. Iceland and the United States are runners up. In fact, the death rate for Alzheimer’s is higher in Washington state than any other known region in the world. Norway has the highest death rate from Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease (CJD). These vast discrepancies can only be explained by environmental factors, including food, water and air pathways. Sewage disposal that contaminates local food and water supplies is likely part of the problem.

The scientific name for prion disease is Transmissible Spongiform Encephalopathy (TSE). The operative word is “transmissible.” TSEs include Alzheimer’s disease, mad cow, CJD, chronic wasting, Huntington’s, scrapie and possibly Parkinson’s. This transmissible family of disease is unstoppable for many reasons. In addition, once items are exposed to victims of prion disease, they can never be sterilized again.

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Sick Animals Are Symptoms Of Bigger Health Threats

Wildlife Killed By Toxic Exposure

The following information lists a very lengthy series of deadly and disturbing events around the world involving thousands, possibly millions, of animals. These deaths are sad enough from a humane and compassionate point of view, but if we callously think of animals as bio-sensors, these deaths could be an indication of things to come for humans–if they haven’t already started to take their toll. A concerned wildlife conservationist put together this list and shared it with me. Her work is astonishing.

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“Feast your eyes on the mass animal deaths this year. Dated and verifiable articles. Feel free to copy and paste this info to anyone who cares. People need to know what we are doing by polluting this earth, over-fishing, destroying natural predators, poisoning the waters, fracking, nuclear waste and the list goes on!”

  • 10th December 2012 – 1,600 dead Sheep is a mystery in Nigeria.
  • 7th December 2012 – Hundreds of Chickens killed due to Avian Flu on Penghu Island, Taiwan.
  • 7th December 2012 – 25,000 Fish found dead in Guangdong, China.
  • 7th December 2012 – Large Fish kill found in a river in Pudong, China.
  • 6th December 2012 – 19 horses found dead in Canon City, Colorado, America.
  • 6th December 2012 – Thousands of Fish found dead and dying on Kiawah Island, South Carolina, America.
  • 6th December 2012 – 36+ Buffalo died from unknown disease “a mystery” in Kanchanpur, Nepal.
  • 4th December 2012 – Large Fish kill on the Yaojiang River in Ningbo, China.
  • 3rd December 2012 – Hundreds of dead Carp washed up in Pinto Lake, California, America.
  • 2nd December 2012 – 50 birds found dead on road in Collin County, Texas, America.
  • 1st December 2012 – Catfish die-off near Marco Island in Florida, America.
  • 30th November 2012 – 10 TONNES of Fish found dead in ecological park in China.
  • 30th November 2012 – 4,000 wild Ducks found dead from Avian Flu in Krasnodar, Russia.
  • 24th November 2012 – 26 Turtles die from disease during past few months in West Virginia, America.
  • 22nd November 2012 – Large fish kill found on Liwan Lake in China.
  • 21st November 2012 – 4,000+ Birds killed due to outbreak of Avian flu in Dhaka, Bangladesh. LinkDead Starlings Missouri
  • 20th November 2012 – 100 dead starlings found on road baffles scientists in Missouri, America.
  • 20th November 2012 – Hundreds of Fish found dead along the banks of a pond in Phuket, Thailand.

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  • 19th November 2012 – Fish kill found in rivers of Barangay Estefania down to Barangay Villamonte, Bacolod City, Philippines.
  • 17th November 2012 – 50,000 Chickens killed due to Bird flu outbreak in New South Wales, Australia.
  • 16th November 2012 – Huge stocks of wild Salmon wiped out due to sea lice on the coast of Ireland.
  • 16th November 2012 – 40 TONNES of Red Tilapias Fish die en-masse in Thanh Binh, Vietnam.
  • 16th November 2012 – Thousands of dead gizzard shad Fish found dead on Lake Erie in New York, America.
  • 15th November 2012 – 40,000 Fish found dead in 30 acres of ponds in Quanzhou, China.
  • 15th November 2012 – 28 Whales beach themselves and die on Golden Bay, New Zealand.
  • 14th November 2012 – Thousands of Birds have dropped out of sky into the sea in England.
  • 14th November 2012 – 6,000 dead Deer due to EHD disease in Nebraska, America.
  • 13th November 2012 – Large Fish kill found on Shimen Lake in China.
  • 12th November 2012 – 100+ herds of livestock killed by unidentified disease in Lamwo, Uganda.
  • 12th November 2012 – Mass deaths of Seagulls turning beaches into mass graves in Morocco.
  • 10th November 2012 – Update: 185,000 Hens now killed due to rare outbreak of salmonella in Northern Ireland.

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  • 10th November 2012 – Large Fish kill in a river in Guangdong, China. LinkDead Whales New Zealand
  • 9th November 2012 – Hundreds of dead Fish found washed up in St Peters Billabong, Australia.
  • 8th November 2012 – Die-off of spawning Salmon in Longfellow Creek, Seattle, America.
  • 8th November 2012 – 13,000+ Deer have died from disease in Michigan, America.
  • 7th November 2012 – Outbreak of Anthrax has wiped out 50 percent of Roan Antelopes and killed 30 Hippos in Kruger Park, South Africa.
  • 7th November 2012 – Large Fish die-off found in Shenzhen River in China.
  • 7th November 2012 – Fish kill found along a 7 mile stretch of Bradford Branch in Ohio, America.
  • 7th November 2012 – Die-off of Seagulls a “mystery” on Lake Neangar in Australia. Link
  • 6th November 2012 – Acres of Fish ponds full of dead Fish in Nanchang in China.
  • 5th November 2012 – 500+ Pigeons suddenly drop dead in Bihar’s Bhagalpur district in India.
  • 4th November 2012 – 700 Waterbirds found dead along shore of Lake Michigan in America.
  • 4th November 2012 – Thousands of Cattle dead from drought conditions in Zimbabwe.
  • 4th November 2012 – 80 Whales and Dolphins beached (majority dead) off King Island in Tasmania.
  • 3rd November 2012 – 4,000+ Birds killed due to avian flu outbreak at Gazipur farms in Bangladesh.
  • 1st November 2012 – 84 Sea Turtles wash ashore dead in Egypt.
  • 31st October 2012 – 125,000 hens killed due to rare outbreak of salmonella in Fermanagh, Northern Ireland.
  • 31st October 2012 – 25 Bee Hives containing 1 MILLION Bees were destroyed by hurricane Sandy in New York, America.
  • 31st October 2012 – Massive Fish kill reported in Chizhou City, China.
  • 31st October 2012 – “Millions” of dead Fish found on Illawong Beach, Mackay, Australia.
  • 31st October 2012 – 9,000 Fish found dead in a pond in Xiamen, China.
  • 31st October 2012 – 15,000+ Fish found dead on Lake Madeline in Texas, America.

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  • 26th October 2012 – Fish kill in Prairie Creek, Blairstown, America.
  • 26th October 2012 – 40 Whales have stranded and died on Andaman Island in India.
  • 25th October 2012 – 900+ dead Birds wash ashore on Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore, Michigan, America.
  • 24th October 2012 – 3,600 Turkeys dead from Birdflu outbreak near Bangalore, India.
  • 24th October 2012 – 5,000+ Deer have died from disease in Missouri, America.
  • 23rd October 2012 – Massive Scallop die-off from Red Tide in America.
  • 23rd October 2012 – 40,000 lbs dead Fish found floating in ponds in Foshan, China.
  • 23rd October 2012 – Large Fish kill in Yong River, Ningbo, China.
  • 23rd October 2012 – Mass Fish deaths appearing along coastal areas of Sri Lanka.
  • 22nd October 2012 – Thousands of dead Fish scattered along Collier beaches in Florida, America.
  • 22nd October 2012 – Tens of thousands of Gizzard Shad Fish dead in Oneida Lake, New York State, America.
  • 21st October 2012 – 28,600 Sheep stranded for weeks in Pakistani Port, killed due to disease, Pakistan.
  • 19th October 2012 – 45+ Flamingos and Avocets found dead in Walvis Lagoon – “A never seen before phenomenon”, Namibia.
  • 19th October 2012 – A Virus is killing Doves all across the Permian Basin, America.
  • 19th October 2012 – 1,000 Livestock have been killed due to Bird Flu in Dien Bien, Vietnam.
  • 17th October 2012 – Fish die-off could be in the MILLIONS in Neuse River, North Carolina, America.
  • 17th October 2012 – 7,000 Cattle killed by flooding in Pakistan.
  • 17th October 2012 – “Significant” Bass die-off, thousands dead in Dickinson County lakes, Iowa, America.
  • 16th October 2012 – 343 Cattle and Buffaloes dead from unknown disease, with 500 more affected in Sualkuchi, India.

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  • 16th October 2012 – Fish kill in Dalton Creek, Georgia, America.
  • 15th October 2012 – 8,000 Catfish have died in Brisbane River, Australia.
  • 15th October 2012 – Thousands of Deer are dying from disease in Indiana, America.
  • 15th October 2012 – 2,000 Chickens killed due to Bird Flu outbreak in Bode, Nepal.
  • 13th October 2012 – HUNDREDS of TONNES of Salmon killed by parasite across Western Isles in Scotland.
  • 12th October 2012 – Thousands of Fish killed by Red Tide at Anson Bay in Australia.
  • 12th October 2012 – Mass death of Hammerhead Shark pups found in Hawaii.
  • 12th October 2012 – Large die-off of Silver Carp Fish in Jimo Reservoirs, China.
  • 11th October 2012 – Tens of thousands of Fish found dead in ponds in Dagupan City, Philippines.
  • 11th October 2012 – 70 rare Sea Turtles found dead near beaches at Lake Bardawil, Egypt.
  • 9th October 2012 – Massive Fish kills caused by Red Tide along Florida coast, America.
  • 9th October 2012 – 400 Cows and Goats dead from disease in Kamrup Rural District, India.
  • 8th October 2012 – Hundreds, possibly thousands of Deer continue to die from disease in North Carolina Foothills, America.

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  • 8th October 2012 – Hundreds of animals have died from Anthrax in Manicaland, Zimbabwe.
  • 7th October 2012 – 150 dead Birds found in Chicago during September. A 50 Percent increase over August. America.
  • 7th October 2012 – Large Die-off of farmed Fish, caused by unknown disease in Muktagachha, Bangladesh.
  • 5th October 2012 – 1000+ Fish killed by contamination in a creek in Vancouver, Canada.
  • 4th October 2012 – Numerous Honeybee colonies dead from mosquito spraying in Massachusetts, America.
  • 4th October 2012 – 2,043 dead Deer from disease in Illinois, America.
  • 4th October 2012 – 15,000 dead Fish a “mystery” on Coquitlam River in Canada.
  • 4th October 2012 – Fish kill caused by “Red Tide” on Sarasota Beaches, Florida in America.
  • 2nd October 2012 – 43 Pilot Whales dead after 46 stranded on beach in Indonesia.
  • 1st October 2012 – 100 Starlings dead after flying directly “into a car on a highway” in Austria.
  • 1st October 2012 – Thousands of Fish found dead in Katherine river in Australia.
  • 28th September 2012 – Massive Fish kill in Harvey’s Run River, Pennsylvania in America.
  • 28th September 2012 – Ongoing Fish kill caused by algea at Roosevelt Lake, Arizona, America.
  • 26th September 2012 – Major Die-off of Deer, “worst in decades”, in Wyoming, America.
  • 26th September 2012 – 2000+ Birds have died from Avian Botulism in Oregon, America.
  • 25th September 2012 – Hundreds of Fish found dead in the Neuse River, North Carolina, America.
  • 24th September 2012 – Large Fish kill, causing complete wipeout of Fish in North Sterling Reservoir, Colorado, America.
  • 24th September 2012 – Thousands of Sheep dead “from Vaccine” in Uzbek, Kyrgyzstan.
  • 23rd September 2012 – Last remaining 20 Ducks found dead in Arden Park – No Ducks left, Arizona, America.
  • 22nd September 2012 – 8000 Cattle killed by “cold weather and rain” in Swaziland.
  • 21st September 2012 – Die-off of Rabbits is a “mystery” in St Louis, America.

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  • 21st September 2012 – 13,000 Sheep buried alive in snow storm is “unprecedented disaster” in Iceland.
  • 21st September 2012 – 15 Beluga Whales have washed up dead since July leaving scientist puzzled in Quebec, Canada.
  • 19th September 2012 – Large Fish kill in Lake Auburn, Maine, America.
  • 19th September 2012 – 588 Cattle dead from cold and disease causes shock in Mpumalanga, Dead Cows South AfricaSouth Africa.
  • 19th September 2012 – 6,300 Ducks dead from avian flu in Guangdong, China.
  • 18th September 2012 – Hundreds of Prairies Dogs dead in Arizona, America.
  • 18th September 2012 – Tens of thousands of reared fish die on Cha Va River in Vietnam.
  • 17th September 2012 – Dozens of Pigeons found dead in Birkenhead, Australia.
  • 17th September 2012 – Mass Fish kill in Lakeview Park, Corpus Christi in America.
  • 14th September 2012 – UPDATE: 22.3 MILLION Birds killed due to bird flu in Mexico.
  • 14th September 2012 – 131,000 Fish killed due to disease in New York State, America.
  • 14th September 2012 – Hundreds of dead Fish found in a creak in Arlington, America.
  • 14th September 2012 – Mounds of dead Fish (bottom dwellers) found along Mangalore coast, raising concern in India.
  • 14th September 2012 – 2,200 Deer have died this year from a disease that is spreading in Nebraska, America.
  • 13th September 2012 – Hundreds of thousands of dead Jellyfish line the shores of Cable Beach in Australia.
  • 12th September 2012 – Large Fish kill from New Smyrna Beach to Oak Hill, Florida, America.

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  • 12th September 2012 – 362 Cattle found dead in Manzini, Swaziland.
  • 12th September 2012 – Thousands of dead Fish in Arrowhead Lakes, Arizona, America.
  • 12th September 2012 – MILLIONS of dead fish in the Salton Sea in California, America.
  • 10th September 2012 – Hundreds of dead Fish litter Lake Vista in New Orleans, America.
  • 8th September 2012 – Fish kill in San Carlos Lake in Arizona, America.
  • 7th September 2012 – Hundreds of dead cattle found after Hurricane Isaac in Plaquemines Parish America.
  • 7th September 2012 – 30 Dolphins washed up dead on beaches during August in Bulgaria.
  • 7th September 2012 – Mysterious disease has caused a Moose die-off in Sweden.
  • 6th September 2012 – Tens of thousands of dead Fish and dead birds line the shores of Lake Erie in Canada.
  • 5th September 2012 – 400 Deer found dead in Caldwell County, North Carolina in America.
  • 5th September 2012 – Large Fish kills reported around Louisiana in America.
  • 5th September 2012 – New highly toxic strain of Bird flu discovered, killing 181,000 ducks and chickens this year in Vietnam.
  • 5th September 2012 – Tens of thousands of Nutria Rats washed up dead on Mississippi beaches in America.
  • 4th September 2012 – Thousands of dead Fish along Bayou Lafourche in Louisiana, America.
  • 4th September 2012 – Fish kill in Bayou Casotte in Jackson County, America.
  • 4th September 2012 – Thousands of dead Fish found in Broadkill River – “The River smelled like dead fish” – in Delaware, America.
  • 2nd September 2012 – Dozens of Birds falling dead every day in Pakki Tibbi village, India.

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  • 2nd September 2012 – 16 Whales dead after mass stranding of 26 Whales off coast of Fife in Scotland.
  • 2nd September 2012 – 17 Whales dead after 22 beach themselves in Florida, America.
  • 1st September 2012 – 58,000 Ducks and Chickens dead from Bird Flu in Quang Ngai, Vietnam.
  • 30th August 2012 – Die-off of Whitefish in Eastern Idaho Rivers a “mystery”, America.
  • 30th August 2012 – “Significant” fish kill on Tuscarawas River in NEW PHILADELPHIA, America.
  • 30th August 2012 – 50,000 Chickens dead from bird flu in North 24-Parganas, India.
  • 29th August 2012 – Hundreds of Salmon wash up dead on shores of OSOYOOS LAKE, Canada.
  • 29th August 2012 – Hundreds of Rats found dead sparking fears of the Plague in Walled City, near Jaipur, India.
  • 29th August 2012 – 24 Sea Turtles found dead on beaches of Oaxaca in Mexico.
  • 28th August 2012 – 1,000 TONNE Fish kill in Baiyangdian Lake in China.
  • 28th August 2012 – 45,000 Baby Sea Turtles and Eggs destroyed by Earthquake in El Salvador.
  • 28th August 2012 – 100 Deer found dead during past 2 weeks in Cook County, America.
  • 28th August 2012 – 30 Rare Antelopes killed by anthrax in Kruger National Park, South Africa.
  • 23rd August 2012 – 2,700 Pheasants dead from disease in Wyoming, America.
  • 22nd August 2012 – Thousands of dead Fish found in Cuyahoga River, Ohio, America.
  • 21st August 2012 – Thousands of Fish found dead in the river Weaver in Cheshire, United Kingdom.
  • 20th August 2012 – Major Fish kill on the shores of Anson Lake, Texas, America.
  • 20th August 2012 – Thousands of Fish continue to die in Neuse River in North Carolina, America.
  • 20th August 2012 – Fish kill in Highland Park in Texas, America.
  • 20th August 2012 – 20,000 Fish found dead in Contraband Bayou, Louisiana, America.
  • 20th August 2012 – Thousands of Fish wash up dead on shores of Missisquoi Bay in Montreal, Canada.
  • 18th August 2012 – Tens of thousands of Birds killed due to bird flu in Vietnam.
  • 17th August 2012 – 1 MILLION Fish have been killed by “red tide” in Texas, America.
  • 17th August 2012 – Lots of various Fish and Stingrays washing up dead off Myrtle Beach in South Carolina, America.
  • 17th August 2012 – Large fish kill on Ghannouch beach in Tunisia, Africa.
  • 16th August 2012 – Over 900 Deer killed by virus across 8 Counties in Michigan, America.
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  • 16th August 2012 – Hundreds of Fish, entire stock of lake found dead in Widnes, United Kingdom.
  • 16th August 2012 – 100 Cattle dead from Anthrax outbreak in Colorado and Texas, America.
  • 16th August 2012 – Fish kill in Wolf Creek, Iowa, America.
  • 15th August 2012 – 5,000 Fish found dead in Sugar Creek, Ohio, America.
  • 15th August 2012 – Dozens of Birds fall from sky dead in New Jersey, America.
  • 14th August 2012 – UPDATE: 431 Bison killed by Anthrax outbreak in Fort Providence, Canada.
  • 14th August 2012 – Thousands of dead Fish discovered along 5.5km of Kiltha River in Ireland.
  • 14th August 2012 – Mysterious disease kills 68 cattle in Pakistan.
  • 13th August 2012 – Mysterious illness killing Elk and tens of thousands of wild birds in Sweden.
  • 13th August 2012 – Hundreds of Thousands of dead Fish on beaches from Matagorda to Dead Fish on BeachesGalveston, Texas.
  • 13th August 2012 – First ever mass Fish die-off along shores of Pago Bay in Guam.
  • 11th August 2012 – Thousands of Earthworms found dead in parking lot in Komatsu city Ishikawa, Japan.
  • 10th August 2012 – 200 TONNE Fish die-off on the Zi River in China.
  • 10th August 2012 – 500 TONNES of Salmon to be killed due to virus outbreak in Vancouver, Canada.
  • 10th August 2012 – Mass Fish death a “mystery” on a coastal region of Japan.
  • 10th August 2012 – 3,000 Fish killed by pollution in Scarborough, United Kingdom.
  • 9th August 2012 – Hundreds of Crabs washing ashore dead on Tiana and Shinnecock Bay in America.
  • 9th August 2012 – Mass Die-Off of Shrimp is a “mystery” in Vietnam.
  • 9th August 2012 – 20,000 dead Fish in Lake Contrary, Missouri, America.
  • 8th August 2012 – 786,000 Chickens dead, 41,000 ducks dead and over 300 Pigs dead in South Korea.
  • 7th August 2012 – 900 Birds found dead in Minnesota, America.
  • 7th August 2012 – Large Fish kill on the Neuse River in North Carolina, America.
  • 6th August 2012 – UPDATE: 167 Peacocks now dead from Ranikheit disease in Pakistan.
  • 6th August 2012 – Thousands of dead fish in a lake in Srinagar, India.
  • 6th August 2012 – Major Fish kill along 4km of the Dunleer River in Ireland.
  • 5th August 2012 – 40,000 Sturgeon and thousands of other Fish dead in Iowa and other Central States in America.
  • 4th August 2012 – 66,800 Birds killed by bird flu in Vietnam.
  • 3rd August 2012 – 340 Bison dead in largest ever Anthrax outbreak in Fort Providence, Canada.
  • 3rd August 2012 – 3,000 Fish found dead on Petit Jean River in Arkansas, America.
  • 3rd August 2012 – Massive Bird kill on beaches of Bandon, Oregon, America.
  • 3rd August 2012 – Massive Fish kills right across America.
  • 3rd August 2012 – 150 Sheep and Goats killed by virus in Pakistan.
  • 31st July 2012 – Dozens of Baby Turtles found dead on beach in Cayman Brac,  TurtlesIslands.
  • 31st July 2012 – At least 20 Deer found dead in Stone Mountain State Park in America.
  • 30th July 2012 – UPDATE: 100 Peacocks now dead in Pakistan.
  • 30th July 2012 – UPDATE: 5 MILLION Birds now killed due to flu virus in Mexico.
  • 30th July 2012 – 4,000 Fish dead in Ascot Waters Marina, Australia.
  • 29th July 2012 – Thousands of dead Fish found in the Colorado River, America.
  • 27th July 2012 – 2,500 Fish found dead in Doe Park Reservoir in Bradford, England.
  • 26th July 2012 – Fish kill in a canal in Plantation, Florida, America.
  • 25th July 2012 – 30 Turtles wash up dead on Pavana dam in India.
  • 24th July 2012 – 100 Turtles wash up with 20 dead on beaches in Uraguay.
  • 23rd July 2012 – 50 dead Peacocks is a “mystery” in Pakistan.
  • 23rd July 2012 – Fish kill found on Big Sandy Lake in Minnesota, America.
  • 23rd July 2012 – Thousands of dead Fish wash ashore on Ma-Me-O Beach, Alberta, Canada.
  • 23rd July 2012 – Thousands of dead Fish wash ashore on Volusia’s beaches, Daytona, America.
  • 22nd July 2012 – Massive Fish kill on Lake Erie in Ohio, America.
  • 21st July 2012 – 1,700 Cattle and 105,000 Turkeys killed by heat in South Dakota and Minnesota, America.
  • 21st July 2012 – Thousands of fish washing ashore dead on Lake Elsinore in California, America.
  • 20th July 2012 – 300 Birds found dead on Agate Beach in Oregon, America.
  • 20th July 2012 – 1300 Animals dead from virus outbreak in Kenya.
  • 20th July 2012 – Thousands of dead Fish line beaches in Piney Point, Maryland, America.
  • 20th July 2012 – Large number of dead Fish in Shangqiu City Lake in China.
  • 19th July 2012 – Hundreds of Frogs found dead in Chesterfield Lake, Missouri, America.
  • 19th July 2012 – UPDATE: 3.8 Million Birds now killed due to flu virus in Mexico.
  • 17th July 2012 – MILLIONS of “weird”, and “unknown” Crab like creatures wash onto beaches, either dead or dying in Hawaii.
  • 17th July 2012 – 17 Seal Pups wash ashore dead around the Bay of Firth in Scotland.
  • 17th July 2012 – 200 TONS of Fish have died in Egypt.
  • 17th July 2012 – 10,000 Fish found dead in River in Liu Yueqing City, China.
  • 16th July 2012 – 100,000 dead Fish found in Lam Taklong creek in Nakhon Ratchasima Province, Thailand.
  • 16th July 2012 – Mass Fish death in south lake of Wuhan, China.
  • 14th July 2012 – 512 Penguins wash up dead on Rio Grande do Sul beaches in Brazil.
  • 13th July 2012 – 450,000 Salmon to be killed due to virus outbreak in Newfoundland, Canada.
  • 12th July 2012 – Tens of thousands of Fish dying and many birds dying in Horicon Marsh America.
  • 12th July 2012 – Thousands of Fish found dead in the Avis Dam in Namibia, Africa.
  • 12th July 2012 – 6,500 dead Fish in Twin Lakes in North Carolina America.
  • 12th July 2012 – Thousand of dead fish found on the Vermilion River in Illinois America.
  • 11th July 2012 – 58,000 Fish kill on the Des Moines River in Iowa America.
  • 11th July 2012 – 40 acres of Pond with dead Fish in Xindong village China.
  • 11th July 2012 – 2.5 Million Birds now killed from flu virus in Mexico.
  • 11th July 2012 – 19,000 Fish dead in Lake Odessa America.
  • 11th July 2012 – Thousands of small Fish washing up dead on Northwest Coast of Ireland.
  • 10th July 2012 – Another 23 Bison found dead, making total of 151 deaths in Fort Providence Mass Bison Deaths CanadaCanada.
  • 10th July 2012 – Dozens of dead Birds found in Illinois America.
  • 10th July 2012 – Lobster mass die-off continues in Connecticut America.
  • 9th July 2012 – 28 Dead Seals. Unusual high number of deaths this year. “The Seals look terrible” Netherlands.
  • 9th July 2012 – 450,000 Salmon to be killed due to virus outbreak in Newfoundland Canada.
  • 9th July 2012 – “Catastrophic” Fish kill on Geneva Lake, also over 200 Pike dead on Fountain Lake in Minnesota America.
  • 8th July 2012 – “Mysterious” mass Salmon deaths at Marlborough Farm, New Zealand.
  • 8th July 2012 – Thousands of dead Fish found in Arugam Bay, Sri Lanka.
  • 7th July 2012 – Thousands of dead Fish found floating on Godavari River, India.
  • 7th July 2012 – Over 50 Ducks and Geese found dead in Ohio, leaving locals baffled, America.
  • 6th July 2012 – 128 Bison found dead in Fort Providence Canada.
  • 6th July 2012 – 560 Wild Animals killed by flooding in Kaziranga India.
  • 6th July 2012 – Many thousands of dead Fish found in Silver Lake, Delaware America.
  • 6th July 2012 – Mass Fish kill on Salt River in Arizona.
  • 6th July 2012 – Fish kill in Trout River, Prince Edward Island, Canada.
  • 6th July 2012 – Fish kill in Patoka River, Indiana.
  • 6th July 2012 – Mass Oyster deaths: 60 Million snout otter clams dead, leaving farmers broke in Quang Ninh Vietnam.
  • 5th July 2012 – Mass Fish kill due to volcanic eruption near the Canary Islands.
  • 5th July 2012 – Fish kill on Century Village Lakes in Florida.
  • 5th July 2012 – Fish kill on Roy Lake in South Dakota.
  • 5th July 2012 – Thousands of Fish found dead in James River in Lamoure North Dakota.
  • 5th July 2012 – Over 20 dead Birds (Egrets) found in Rockport Texas.
  • 4th July 2012 – Thousands of Fish found dead on Dexter City Lake in Missouri America.
  • 3rd July 2012 – 14 TONS of dead Fish found in Changshou Reservoir in China.
  • 3rd July 2012 – Major Fish kill: Hundreds of thousands of Fish dead in Lake Wichita Texas.
  • 3rd July 2012 – Hundreds of Fish found floating dead in Upstate Lake South Carolina.
  • 3rd July 2012 – Fish Kill: Catfish die-off on Lake Buffum near Fort Meade Florida.
  • 3rd July 2012 – 2,300 dead Fish washed ashore on South River in Butts County, Georgia America.
  • 2nd July 2012 – Thousands of Fish dead in Chautauqua Lake in Havana Cuba.
  • 2nd July 2012 – Thousands of Chickens killed due to Bird Flu outbreak in Xinjiang China.
  • 2nd July 2012 – 10,000 Fish dead in South Knoxville Pond in Tennessee America.
  • 2nd July 2012 – 18 mass Fish kills have happened in past 2 months in Periyar River in India.
  • 1st July 2012 – Mass Fish deaths in Fujian Jinjiang Cizao Reservoir, China.
  • 30th June 2012 – 1,000,000 Birds died or culled at 129 Farms due to Avian Flu in Mexico.
  • 29th June 2012 – Hundreds of dead Fish line the banks of Pottersburg Creek in Ontario Canada.
  • 29th June 2012 – 73 Turtles wash ashore dead, scientists concerned, in Australia.
  • 28th June 2012 – Fish die-off in Platte River in Nebraska.
  • 28th June 2012 – Fish kill in river Vartry in Wicklow Ireland.
  • 26th June 2012 – 200,000 Bird deaths at three farms in Mexico.
  • 26th June 2012 – Over 75,000 Goats killed by a disease epidemic in Congo.
  • 26th June 2012 – Thousands of dead Sardines wash ashore on Taboga Island in Panama.
  • 26th June 2012 – Fish kill in Wisconsin Counties
  • 25th June 2012 – Several thousand fish dead in a lake in Georgia America.
  • 25th June 2012 – Thousands of Fish die in Gomti River India.
  • 23rd June 2012 – Mass Cattle death a “mystery” in Elgin Texas.
  • 23rd June 2012 – 67 Birds found dead at Kanaha Pond Wildlife Sanctuary Hawaii.
  • 22nd June 2012 – Mass deaths of Horses and Cattle due to snake bites in Kiev Ukraine. Link (Russian)
  • 22nd June 2012 – Fish kill on Lake Odessa in Louisa County America.
  • 21st June 2012 – Dead turtles washing ashore along Delaware and New Jersey coasts, scientists not sure why in America.
  • 21st June 2012 – 150 Birds washing up dead or dying on East Florida beaches in America.
  • 20th June 2012 – 750 Bee Hives poisoned killing thousands of Bees in New South Wales Australia.
  • 20th June 2012 – Hundreds to Thousands of fish washing ashore dead on Sutherland Reservoir Nebraska.
  • 19th June 2012 – 17 dead Seals wash ashore in Parnu Estonia.
  • 19th June 2012 – Hundreds of dead Fish found in Red Hill Creek Canada.
  • 19th June 2012 – Fish die-off at Buffalo Pound Lake in Canada.
  • 19th June 2012 – Over 4,000 Fish found dead in River Nene England.
  • 16th June 2012 – Fish kill in Big Birch Lake in Todd County Minnesota.
  • 15th June 2012 – Fish kill found in canal near lake Manitoba in Canada.
  • 15th June 2012 – Mass death of Sardines (about 10,000) found in Kanagawa Japan.
  • 14th June 2012 – 130 Sea Birds found dead in Australia.
  • 11th June 2012 – Fish kill along 1.5Km of the Chovva Canal in India.
  • 9th June 2012 – 40 TONS of dead Fish in a pond in township of Guangzhou China.
  • 8th June 2012 – Large number of dead Fish found in East Lake Park China.
  • 7th June 2012 – 200 TONNES of dead Sardine washed up in port of Ohara in Japan.
  • 7th June 2012 – Hundreds of Birds found dead in East Melbourne Australia.
  • 6th June 2012 – Over 100,000 mass Fish die-off in Feidong Ning Kong (sic) Reservoir China.
  • 6th June 2012 – Mystery surrounds massive Fish kill in Coevorden Netherlands.
  • 6th June 2012 – Over 10,000 dead Carp found in Blue Springs Lake, Missouri.
  • 6th June 2012 – 5,000 dead Fish in a lake is a mystery, UK.
  • 5th June 2012 – Alarming Reindeer Die Off on St Paul Island in Alaska.
  • 5th June 2012 – Thousands of Dead fish found in Imperial Lakes in Florida.
  • 5th June 2012 – 2500 Fish dead in Swan River in Australia.
  • 31st May 2012 – Thousands of Fish dying along coast of Burma.
  • 30th May 2012 – Large Fish die-off in a Lagoon in Chacahua Mexico.
  • 30th May 2012 – 500 Fish die in Canal in England.
  • 30th May 2012 – Thousands more Fish turning up dead in Maryland.
  • 30th May 2012 – Red tide Kills 55 Million Abalone in China.
  • 29th May 2012 – Mass Fish death – 13,000 Fish found in Ohatchee Alabama.
  • 27th May 2012 – Entire Fish Farm stock to be killed after virus found for first time in waters of Washington State.
  • 25th May 2012 – 10 TONS of dead Fish found in Laguna de Bay Philippines.
  • 25th May 2012 – 300 Dolphins wash up dead during past several weeks raising concern in the Black Sea Russia.
  • 25th May 2012 – Thousands of Shellfish found dead in Peru.
  • 25th May 2012 – 540 Antelopes die in Kasakhstan.
  • 24th May 2012 – Thousands of Fish found dead in a pond in Sichuan China.
  • 24th May 2012 – Hundreds of Fish found dead in Briar Creek in North Carolina.
  • 23rd May 2012 – 60,000 – 100,000 dead Fish in three Creeks in Maryland USA.
  • 21st May 2012 – Thousands of the “most resilient species of fish” found dead on Mula-Mutha River banks in India.
  • 20th May 2012 – Hundreds of Fish found dead at Clear Lake in Minnesota.
  • 20th May 2012 – Large Fish kill reported in Sanya Egret Park China.
  • 19th May 2012 – 500,000 Salmon destroyed after virus found in fish farm in Vancouver Canada.
  • 17th May 2012 – Mass Bee deaths – “Staggering losses” reported in Minnesota, Nebraska and Ohio USA.
  • 17th May 2012 – Mystery surrounds 34 Dead Deer on Greater Qiu Islet in Taiwan.
  • 17th May 2012 – Over 8 TONS of Fish poisoned in Guiyang China.
  • 16th May 2012 – Fish kill in Arcadia Lake in Oklahoma.
  • 15th May 2012 – Over 10,000 Fish dead in Guanzhou China.
  • 14th May 2012 – Another Fish kill in Lake Bito in MacArthur Town Philippines.
  • 14th May 2012 – Thousands of farmed Fish found dead in ponds in Nanjundapuram village India.
  • 13th May 2012 – Mass Fish death reported in Pathalam belt in River Periyar in India.
  • 12th May 2012 – 500 Fish have died in Eichbaum lake in Germany.
  • 12th May 2012 – 2,300 Birds found dead on beaches in Chile.
  • 10th May 2012 – Fish kill in South Negril River in Jamaica.
  • 10th May 2012 – UPDATE: 5,000 Birds found dead on beaches in Peru.
  • 10th May 2012 – 550 TONS of dead Salmon in Norway.
  • 10th May 2012 – Thousands of dead Fish washing up on the shores of Lake Simcoe in Canada.
  • 8th May 2012 – 12 TONS of Fish found dead in Chengdu, Sichuan China.
  • 8th May 2012 – Hundreds of dead fish in Brake Lake, Perry County America.
  • 8th May 2012 – Low numbers of Muttonbirds returning to NZ is “most unusual event” in 20 years studying these birds New Zealand.
  • 7th May 2012 – Fish kill in Kuwait Bay in Kuwait.
  • 6th May 2012 – Mass Fish death found in Heritage Park Pond in Massachusetts.
  • 5th May 2012 – 50,000 Fish found dead in a pond in Shenzhen in China.
  • 5th May 2012 – Mass Bird death discovered in waste water in Finland.
  • 4th May 2012 – A local “phenomena” with numerous dead fish appearing on the same day in Spain.
  • 4th May 2012 – 2 TONS of dead Fish found in a River in Jinzhou China.
  • 4th May 2012 – Mass Fish kill found in Muttar River causing panic in India.
  • 3rd May 2012 – Dead Fish are washing up on shore of Lake Houston in America.
  • 2nd May 2012 – Large number of fish found dead in River in China.
  • 2nd May 2012 – Many dead Fish washing up dead in Village causing panic in Turkey.
  • 30th April 2012 – Hundreds of Bull RedFish found dead in Alabama.
  • 28th April 2012 – 1200 Pelicans found dead in Peru.
  • 27th April 2012 – Mass Fish kill on Lake Elsinore in California.
  • 26th April 2012 – Mysterious Death of possibly thousands of Storks in Thailand.
  • 25th April 2012 – 11,000 dead Fish found in River in Kettering, America.
  • 25th April 2012 – 28,000 dead Fish found in River in Strongsville, America.
  • 25th April 2012 – Porpoises dying in alarming numbers, causing concerns of a local “ecological catastrophe” in China.
  • 25th April 2012 – 4 Dolphins wash ashore dead at Bandra Bandstand in India.
  • 22nd April 2012 – Thousands more Fish wash ashore dead in Pakistan.
  • 19th April 2012 – Thousands of Fish, also Cows and Dogs killed in Pakistan.
  • 17th April 2012 – Thousands of fish (30 species) dead in a creek in Tennesse.
  • 17th April 2012 – Thousands of fish continue to turn up dead in the Zandvlei Estuary in South Africa.
  • 17th April 2012 – Several thousand Fish found dead in River in India.
  • 17th April 2012 – Thousands of Dead Fish found floating in Pond in India.
  • 16th April 2012 – Mass Livestock deaths in Kyrgyzstan.
  • 13th April 2012 – Mass Bees falling dead in Canyon Country California.
  • 13th April 2012 – Hundreds of dead Fish litter Ocean Floor in Durban South Africa.
  • 11th April 2012 – 300 more Dolphins found dead on beaches in Peru.
  • 11th April 2012 – 14,000 Fish dead in Creek in Missouri.
  • 9th April 2012 – Thousands of fish found dead in Lake in India.
  • 9th April 2012 – 3 Whales wash up dead in India.
  • 6th April 2012 – Over 50 Turtles wash ashore dead in India.
  • 6th April 2012 – Thousands of Dead Fish found in waterway in Malaysia.
  • 5th April 2012 – Thousands of Dead Fish found floating in Ganga river in India.
  • 4th April 2012 – 615 Dolphins Found Dead on Beaches in Peru.
  • 4th April 2012 – Over 100 Dead Catfish found in Boyne River Australia.
  • 3rd April 2012 – Thousands of Dolphins are dying in Gulf of Mexico.
  • 1st April 2012 – 9,000 Livestock killed by Foot and Mouth Disease in Egypt.
  • 1st April 2012 – 3,000 Dolphins have washed up dead this year in Peru.
  • 30th March 2012 – Hundreds of Birds Killed in Hail storm in Texas.
  • 29th March 2012 – 10,000 Geese and Waterfowl dead in Siskiyou County America.
  • 20th March 2012 – Thousands of dead Fish wash up on riverbank in Singapore.
  • 20th March 2012 – Thousands of dead Fish found in River in Minnesota.
  • 17th March 2012 – 4 beached Whales die in East China.
  • 13th March 2012 – Tens of Thousands of Salmon deaths a “mystery” in Marlborough New Zealand.
  • 13th March 2012 – 5,000 Fish found dead in a lake in Malaysia.
  • 12th March 2012 – Disease Kills 170 Chickens in South Africa.
  • 9th March 2012 – Dozens of birds drop dead in University grounds in Florida.
  • 8th March 2012 – 34 Dolphins wash up dead along coast in Texas.
  • 4th March 2012 – 400 Grey Seals found dead off Cape Breton in Australia.
  • 3rd March 2012 – Many Little Penguins Dying in Perth, Australia.
  • 2nd March 2012 – Thousands of Jellyfish wash ashore in Texas.
  • 1st March 2012 – 800kg dead fish found in Cyprus.
  • NOTE: During 2011 – Record number (335) of Sea Otters either found dead or ill along California coast in America.
  • 28th February 2012 – Over 20,000 Chickens dead in Dharke in Nepal.
  • 27th February 2012 – Thousands of fish found dead at nature reserve in UK.
  • 25th February 2012 – 60 Gulls found dead in New Zealand.
  • 21st February 2012 – 3,000 Tuna Fish found dead off coast of Dubai.
  • 21st February 2012 – 25 Rare Turtles wash up dead in Bangladesh.
  • 18th February 2012 – Thousands of Lambs being killed by incurable virus in the UK.
  • 16th February 2012 – Tonnes of dead Fish wash ashore in Somalia.
  • 15th February 2012 – 100 dead birds found along highway in Maryland America.
  • 9th February 2012 – Over 200 Dolphins wash up dead in Peru.
  • 9th February 2012 – 800 dead Birds found in Christchurch New Zealand.
  • 7th February 2012 – Dozens of dead Birds found on beach in Florida.
  • 6th February 2012 – Tens of Thousands of Birds to be “culled” due to H5N1 virus in Nepal and India.
  • 3rd February 2012 – Thousands of Fish wash up dead in Nigeria.
  • 3rd February 2012 – 100 Pigeons found dead in South Dakota.
  • 3rd February 2012 – 1,000 Fish found dead floating in two ponds in Virginia.
  • 31st January 2012 – 800 Star Fish found dead on beach in Japan.
  • 31st January 2012 – Massive Fish death in Philippines.
  • 27th January 2012 – 64 Dolphins and Porpoises found dead along the Atlantic Coast.
  • 27th January 2012 – 10,000 Fish found dead in Japan.
  • 27th January 2012 – 12 Dolphins wash up dead in Louisiana.
  • 24th January 2012 – 5,000 Fish found dead in Perth’s River in Australia.
  • UPDATE: 85 Dolphins beached, 61 dead in Cape Cod in America.
  • 24th January 2012 – 82 Whales dead in New Zealand.
  • 22nd January 2012 – Hundreds of dead Birds found in India.
  • 21st January 2012 – 4 Whales found dead on beach in New Zealand.
  • 19th January 2012 – 20,000 Birds killed by oil spill in New Zealand.
  • 19th January 2012 – 3 TONNES of dead Fish wash ashore in Somalia.
  • NOTE: During the past 6 years, 6.7 MILLION Bats have died from White Nose Disease in America.
  • 16th January 2012 – 53 Fur Seals found dead on Beach in Australia.
  • 14th January 2012 – 30 Dolphins beach, 20 dead in Cape Cod in America.
  • 11th January 2012 – Hundreds of dead Fish wash ashore in The Bahamas.
  • 10th January 2012 – 2000 Chickens dead in India.
  • 10th January 2012 – Large number of dead fish found floating across 3km of river in China.
  • 9th January 2012 – Hundreds of Wildlife Animals found dead in Zimbabwe.
  • 9th January 2012 – Dozens of Turtles found dead in Florida.
  • 8th January 2012 – Thousands of Deer have died during past few months in Northern Plains in America.
  • 7th January 2012 – Thousands of Dead Fish found floating in the Gholani River in India.
  • 7th January 2012 – 7 Whales become stranded and die in New Zealand.
  • 7th January 2012 – Thousands of Fish found dead in California.
  • 5th January 2012 – 3000 Dead Fish in Ghana.
  • 4th January 2012 – Oil soaked birds washing up dead on Western Isles of Scotland.
  • 2nd January 2012 – 20 TONNES of Fish wash up dead on beach in Norway.
  • 1st January 2012 – 200 Blackbirds found dead in Arkansas USA.

Thanks for sharing this alarming information, Nancy @ChicagoWatchtower. God help us all.

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