Strandings have reached unprecedented proportions worldwide in the last few years.<br>Dead whales have been washing ashore, and have even resorted to fleeing (?) up rivers <br>and over (?) reefs around the globe.<br><br>We are left to speculate what's going on, since the Dept. of the Navy announced that<br>they'd temporarily suspended the use of the super long-range sonar devices that<br>they had been testing (Up until outraged citizens protested the beaches being littered<br>with dead marine mammals of every species.) <br><br>But whatever the cause;<br>If they're going to attempt to blow them all up, or continue carting them away on flatbed<br> trucks, this may prove interesting. (...in some bizarre George Carlin type way.)<br><br>Scientists studying the problem have arrived at one possible solution for disposal:<br><br>Testing is still underway.<br> <br><br>[color:green]"...or am I a butterfly that's dreaming she's a woman?"</font color=green>
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