Millions of dead fish, alligators, turtles, dolphins in Bolivian ecological disaster

Our world is complex and interbalanced. Soon, God will overtly interrupt that balance. We see the beginning of that upset now. In Revelation 7:1, we read “After this I saw four angels standing at the four corners of the earth, holding back the four winds of the earth to prevent any wind from blowing on the land or on the sea or on any tree.” Wikipedia explains sea breezes, for example, “The sea has a greater specific heat than land and therefore has a greater capacity for absorbing heat than the land, so the surface of the sea warms up slower than the land’s surface. As the temperature of the surface of the land rises, the land heats the air above it. The warm air is less dense and so it rises. This rising air over the land lowers the sea level pressure by about 0.2%. The cooler air above the sea, now with higher sea level pressure, flows towards the land into the lower pressure, creating a cooler breeze near the coast. The strength of the sea breeze is directly proportional to the temperature difference between the land and the sea.” No breeze means a still earth. And it will be HOT.

Now imagine no breeze. Heat. Drought, Smells, Dead animals… In an end time precursor to the strange weather non-believers will endure in the tribulation, we see that the northern hemisphere is experiencing an excessively hot summer and the southern hemisphere enduring an excessively cold winter- with deadly and unexpected consequences.

1 Million Fish Dead in Bolivian Ecological Disaster
“Over 1 million fish and thousands of alligators, turtles, dolphins and other river wildlife are floating dead in numerous Bolivian rivers in the three eastern/southern departments of Santa Cruz, Beni and Tarija. [now updated to 6 million] The extreme cold front that hit Bolivia in mid-July caused water temperatures to dip below the minimum temperatures river life can tolerate. As a consequence, rivers, lakes, lagoons and fisheries are brimming with decomposing fish and other creatures.”


“Nothing like this has ever been seen in this magnitude in Bolivia. Inhabitants of riverside communities report the smell is nauseating and can be detected as far as a kilometer away from river banks. River communities, whose livelihoods depend on fishing, fear they’ll run out of food and will have nothing to sell. Authorities are concerned there will be a shortage of fish in markets and are more concerned by possible threats to public health, especially in communities that also use river water for bathing and drinking, but also fear contaminated or decaying fish may end up in market stalls.”