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Dead Fish Cover 60-mile Stretch of Louisiana’s Pearl River

Posted by feww on August 23, 2011

“This is really sickening”

“Black liquor” spilled by paper mill killed “every breathing organism” including hundreds of thousands of fish

[August 22, 2011]  Mass die-offs resulting from human impact and the planetary response to the anthropogenic assault could occur by early 2016.  SYMBOLIC COUNTDOWN: 1,668 Days Left to the ‘Worst Day’ in Human History

Disaster Calendar 2011 – August 22 Entry

  • Louisiana, USA. Hundreds of thousands of fish, “including federally protected Gulf sturgeon as well as catfish and flounder,” were killed after a large spill of a high concentration of waste material from paper mill in Bogalusa, Louisiana, into the Pearl River sucked the oxygen from the water,  a report said.
    • “This is really sickening,” said St. Tammany Parish President Kevin Davis, who put the number of dead fish at “hundreds of thousands.”
  • Ontario, Canada. A deadly tornado tore through the town of Goderich, a port town of 8,000 on Lake Huron, about 250 km west of Toronto, killing at least one person, injuring dozens more and destroying or damaging hundreds of building, reports said.
    • According to Environment Canada, the town was buffeted by winds of up to 280 km per hour (174mph), an EF4 tornado on the Enhanced Fujita Tornado Scale.
    • According to the town’s official website, Goderich is now in a state of emergency.

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