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Cattle deaths explained? NASA warns of deadly magnetosphere "rifts"...

•, by: Mike Adams

The mysterious cattle deaths that took place over the weekend in Kansas — now rumored to exceed 10,000 head of cattle — have defied traditional explanations. The official story is that high heat killed the cattle, but I have now personally talked with two owners of cattle in Texas who have both confirmed to me that the official story is nonsense. Cows don't die all at once from heat, they confirmed to me. When high heat kills cows, they die off slowly, spread out across many days, not all at once.

And this isn't the first time it's been hot in Kansas, it turns out. It seems as if everyone has forgotten that every summer, it gets hot in the Midwest.

Other possible explanations for the mass deaths cover sabotage or mass poisoning, as well as the possibility that the ranchers suddenly forgot to provide water to these cows. But that seems incredibly unlikely, given the very high dollar value of 10,000 head of cattle. Given today's high prices for beef, that comes to several million dollars in financial losses for these ranchers. It is extremely unlikely they simply forgot to provide water.

NASA warns of "rifts" opening in the magnetosphere and ozone layer, allowing intense, deadly solar radiation to beam through those barriers, causing extinction events on Earth

Another explanation is now emerging that might provide the right answer. Yesterday, I interviewed David DuByne of the Mini Ice Age Conversations podcast. His channel is also known as "Adapt 2030." He revealed that Earth's magnetosphere is weakening, which is part of a natural process of magnetic pole flipping that has taken place at least hundred of times that we know of.