Extinction is usually a slow process. Dinosaurs being the exception.<quoted text>It's not? You know this for a fact? You have an explanation for each of the millions of species that are now extinct?
Hundreds of birds of the same species falling from the sky at once and hundreds and hundreds of dead fish washing ashore at the same time can't possibly be due to extinction.
Honey bees are disappearing worldwide. It's reached epidemic proportions.
Bottlenose dolphins are also beaching themselves along the East Coast.
So far this summer, more than 160 dead dolphins have been found along the Atlantic Coast. In August alone 70 dead dolphins were found in Virginia and 25 bodies were found just last Friday and Saturday.
Something isn't right. In fact, something is very wrong. It has nothing to do with extinction.
We better be paying attention to this.