Cincinnati/N.Ky Worm Die-off Related to Scalar Heating?
June 3, 2011
Cincinnati/N.Ky Worm Die-off Related to Scalar Heating? (June 3, 2011)
Subject: Ken, interesting article about worm die off in Cincinnati
Date: Fri, June 3, 2011
To: Ken Adachi
I stumbled across an article from a local news website about thousands of worms that were found dead all over sidewalks and porches throughout the Cincinnati/N.Ky area.
Very interesting. Of the reasons they list for why it happened, none are feasible. They say it could have been too much rain (haven't had rain for a few days), acidic soil (soil isn't that acidic in the area), and "mating."
I can't recall seeing or hearing about this kind of thing before, although there have been times that I've seen a good number of dead worms on a sidewalk, but nothing as widespread as what this sounds like. Could it have been an electric current of some sort, as this is known to bring worms to the surface?
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