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Hundreds of Fish found Dead in Samut Prakan, Thailand due to Cold Weather

Following weeks of anomalous cold in Samut Prakana —a central Thai province located just south of Bangkok— the local wildlife is being negatively impacted. According to thepattayanews.com, hundreds of fish have been found dead in a lake in Prueksa Village.

Aquatic experts revealed the region’s daytime highs have struggled to reach 18C (64.4F) of late –highly unusual for the fish– and have resulted in a mass die-off.

Local fisherman fear that further cold conditions could have serious consequences for their livelihoods.

And, unfortunately, further cold conditions are in the forecast, lasting into early next week (at least).

SE Asia’s anomalously cold temps (Dec. 11)

The media is obsessed with heat, droughts and wildfires, and has blinded itself to the real threat — the ever-descending COLD brought on by historically low solar activity.

NASA has recently revealed this upcoming solar cycle (25) will be “the weakest of the past 200 years,” and they’ve correlated previous solar shutdowns to prolonged periods of global cooling here.

Don’t be fooled by bogus political agendas — our future is one of ever-descending COLD.


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Grand Solar Minimum + Pole Shift

Thanks to Gier H. for the heads-up.

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2 Thoughts to “Hundreds of Fish found Dead in Samut Prakan, Thailand due to Cold Weather”

  1. Dave

    Unlikely that air temp alone, even for a week or more, would drop water temps enough to cause a fish kill unless it was a shallow pond. From the photo in the pic, it sure looks like the body of water has a very intense algae bloom (which are often responsible for major fish kills).

  2. flow in

    like to see them blame this on polar vortices

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