The 20% increase in size of the Georgia state record hickory shad from 2021 to 2022 is 4,066% greater than the .48% average annual increase in size of the species there from 1995 to 2021

In March 2022, Fox News said “2nd state record fish caught in Georgia river in just over a year”.

While the subhead reads “In under two years, two record-setting shads were caught in the Ogeechee River in Georgia”.

Having read the subhead, we now know that the author, Fox News’ Michael Hollan, deviously omitted the name of the fish, to make the subject far less searchable. That’s an example of the propaganda technique known as “compartmentalization”.

As a propagandist, Michael knows that, since sixty to seventy percent of readers only read the headlines, this technique goes a long way toward “compartmentalizing” awareness of the broader trend I’m elucidating here.

The article goes on to say “Timmy Woods of Kite Georgia reeled in a 2 lb, 10 oz hickory shad, according to the post. This new fish breaks the previous state record for hickory shad, which was caught in the same river just over a year ago.”

We now know that, to this point, Fox News’ Michael Hollan had deviously omitted the full name of the fish, the hickory shad. That’s an example of the propaganda technique known as “compartmentalization”.

He used the general “breaks the previous state record” in place of the far more impactful, specific statistic documenting the margin between the old record and the new. Fox News’ Michael Holland also took care to omit the weight of the previous record holder, to, once again, obfuscate awareness of the magnitude of the increase between the records.

Those are both examples of the propaganda technique known as “compartmentalization”.

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(Timmy Wood, with the 2022 Georgia state record hickory shad, 35% larger, or just over one third larger than a previous record holder from 1995)

The article continues: " ‘In just over a year, the Ogeechee River has produced two state record hickory shad,’ the post states. This prize was reeled in by Timmy Woods of Kite, Georgia and outweighs the only one-year-old state record at a whopping 2 lb, 10 oz."

Where the general “outweighs the only one-year-old state record” is put forward in place of the far more impactful, specific statistic documenting the margin between the old record and the new. Fox News’ Michael Holland also took care to omit the weight of the previous record holder, to, once again, obfuscate awareness of the magnitude of the increase between the records. Those are examples of the propaganda technique known as “compartmentalization”.

Fox News’ Michael Hollan’s repeating essentially the same thing twice is a cue for the subconscious of the mouth-breathing Coincidence theorist to stop reading immediately.

Holland called the largest shad in the history of the state of Georgia merely a “whopper”.

Here’s Fox News’ Michael Hollan’s picture:

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(Michael Holland, Fox News)

I’ve included his photograph so that you could get a better idea of what a generational Satanist in a position of marginal influence looks like.

Since Michael steadfastly obfuscated the weight of the previous record holder, I had to research a separate article.

In February 2021, 11alive.com said “Georgia man’s fish catch on Ogeechee River breaks 25-year state record”.

While the subhead reads “The catch, a more than two-pound hickory shad, broke the previous state record that had stood since 1995.”

Having read the subhead, we now know that the author, 11 Alive’s Addie Haney, deviously omitted the name of the fish from the headline, to make the subject far less searchable. That’s an example of the propaganda technique known as “compartmentalization”.

Most instructively, it is precisely the same technique used by Fox News’ Michael Holland in the example we just reviewed from March 2022, which reads “2nd state record fish caught in Georgia river in just over a year”.

February 2021: Georgia man’s fish catch on Ogeechee River breaks 25-year state record

March 2022: 2nd state record fish caught in Georgia river in just over a year

But don’t try using that to try to convince a practicing Coincidence theorist that there is, in fact, a Great Big Conspiracy.

You might have noticed that Ms. Haney used the general “broke the previous state record” as a hedge against providing the far more impactful, specific statistic documenting the margin between the records. That’s another example of the propaganda technique known as “compartmentalization”.

The article continues: “According to the DNR, Jones’ catch, caught on the Ogeechee River in Emanuel County, between Statesboro and Macon, weighed 2 lbs 3 oz, and broke the 25-year-old record of 1 lb 15 oz caught in 1995.”

Where, once again, 11 Alive’s Addie Haney used the general “broke the previous state record” as a hedge against providing the far more impactful, specific statistic documenting the margin between the records. That’s another example of the propaganda technique known as “compartmentalization”.

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(11 Alive’s Addie Haney)

I’ve included her photograph so that you could get a better idea of what a generational Satanist in a position of marginal influence looks like.

Since Ms. Haney steadfastly obfuscated the margin between the records with hedging generalities, I had to do the math to learn that, in 2021, the Georgia state record for hickory shad, set in 1995, was broken by 12.5%, increasing from 1 pound, 15 ounces to 2 pounds, 3 ounces.

That’s an average annual increase in size of .48% over each of those 26 years.

Since we now know the weight of the record holder from 2021, I will once again be forced to do the math to learn that, in 2022, the Georgia state record for hickory shad from 2021 was broken by 20%, increasing from 2 pounds, 3 ounces to 2 pounds, 10 ounces.

The 20% increase in size of the Georgia state record hickory shad from 2021 to 2022 is 4,066% greater than the .48% average annual increase in size of the species there from 1995 to 2021.

The 20% increase in size of the Georgia state record hickory shad from 2021 to 2022 is 60% greater than the 12.5% increase in size of the species there from 1995 to 2021.

We now have clarity that the growth rate of the Georgia state record hickory shad is increasing exponentially, going forward in time.

That’s not scientifically possible, at least according to the rapidly-collapsing false Orthodoxy which holds that organisms increase in ever-smaller increments to a genetically-determined maximum size.

The Orthodoxy of mean-spirited Western materialism, which holds that “there is no such thing as the ether” is false.

The truth being that the size, fertility, longevity and very existence of any organism varies directly with the health of the ether.