Tuesday, April 10, 2018

Why Dolphins and Whales are committing Suicide?


On April 2nd, not less than 20 pilot whales are reported to have died in a mass stranding at a remote beach on New Zealand's South Island, Just one year after the largest whale stranding in decades in February 2017. Now many times throughout the decade we have encountered news like this. But what is actually happening that the marine creatures like dolphins, whales are committing suicide? 

"The ultimate war that is being waged now is the greatest war of all time: man against the nature, against the light." Patricia Cori, author of "Before we leave you: Message from the Great whales and the Dolphin Beings"

The US Navy has now permission to "Take" the largest number of whales, dolphins and seals in history. Estimation says, over 33.5 million whales, dolphins and other cetaceans will be killed, maimed and harassed over the next 5 years.

this staggering and unprecedented amount of harm is the Navy's own estimation of impacts from it's training and testing activities to more than 40 marine mammal species, which can include loss of hearing, maiming or bleeding to death.

Started officialy in 2014, The US Navy has admittedly mass-murdered Whales and dolphins in both Atlantic and Pacifif ocean with new powerful sonar-program and explosives.

The Nave has been given the green light to deploy this deadly sonar system across 80 percent of our planet's oceans. Scientists say, this could push entire populations over the brink of extinction.

In the dark of the sea whales, dolphins and other marine animals use sound to navigate while migrating, to locate each other over great distances for meeting, to find food, avoid preadetor, and care for their young. Human technology is now drastically changing this environment, damaging the delicate web of life, Threatning the ability of whales and other marine animals to function.

High intensity sonar used by the US and other marines to locate submarines can emit sounds of 235 Db. As loud as a rocket bursting of. It's like practicing dropping nuclear bombs. Air guns, often used for ofshore oil and gas exploration, emits intense noise burst that can cover thousands of square miles. We are destroying life with sounds.


You ask why these animals are commiting suicide? They are just fleeing from being burned to death. The sonar waves are literaly bursting the auditory canals of whales and dolphins. The animals that wash up, all show signs of it with bleeding ears and tissue that looks like it's been exploded inside their bodies.

Their acoustic organs are bursting, their acoustic bones are breaking because of acoustic trauma. Imagine what it would be like if there was no escape from the torture, intense noise that was blowing your brains out. The sound is so unbearably loud that suicide (stranding) seems like the only relief.


There are no noise-cancelling headphones to stop the U.S. Navy’s 235-decibel pressure waves of unbearable pinging and metallic shrieking. At 200 Db, the vibrations can rupture your lungs, and above 210 Db, the lethal noise can bore straight through your brain until it hemorrhages that delicate tissue. If you’re not deaf after this devastating sonar blast, you’re dead. This is the real life of marine mammals destroyed by the U.S. Navy’s all-out acoustic war on the world’s oceans. The collateral damage of this high intensity military sonar is shocking. But because all these millions of dying whales or dolphins are too often out of human sight, they’re also out of mind

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