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article imageOp-Ed: Crustacean mass die-off in Peru - Fingers pointing at U.S. HAARP

By Mindy Allan     May 29, 2012 in World
Conspiracy theorists pointing to HAARP for the death of hundreds of Dolphins, Pelicans, and now Crustaceans that are washing up dead on the shores of Peru.
In March of 2012 Digital Journal reported on the deaths of 900 dolphins washing up dead on the coast of Peru. A few weeks later along the same shores hundreds of dead pelicans were found.
Now comes the news of hundreds of crustaceans are dead. There have been many speculations as to the cause of the deaths. An article published in Digital Journal reports unequivocal evidence that the dolphins were killed by an acoustic trauma, but there are those that don't believe this is not what really happened.
What is HAARP?
Is there a possibility that HAARP technology (High frequency Active Auroral Research Program) will be used to create an earthquake off the western coast of South America? Dr. NIck Begich who has done extensive research on HAARP believes that Haiti's earthquake was HAARP related.
When HAARP is being activated, it changes the patterns of the clouds in the sky, which is easy to spot. Many independent journalists have reported on the strange patterns in the clouds, just before a major disaster happens. In Japan, just before the earthquake and tsunami, the clouds had patterns in them, that are related to the same patterns that HAARP makes.
It is believed by some, that the next HAARP disaster will be off the western coast of South America. The death of sea life seems to be a warning of an upcoming event, along with the mass earthquake and tsunami drill in Chile reported by Digital Journal.
Only time will tell, but the whole world is watching.....
This opinion article was written by an independent writer. The opinions and views expressed herein are those of the author and are not necessarily intended to reflect those of
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