The current Missouri "alternative method" redear sunfish, from May 2017, is 366% larger than a prior 6 ounce record holder from 1996

“Spread love and understanding,” Reacher said. “Use force if necessary.”

Jack Reacher, from " Never Go Back", by Lee Child, 2013

My late Uncle, Harold Monk, was, among many other things, an accomplished martial artist. He taught me that force and violence were two different things. That force was to be used whenever all other types of communication had failed, and that violence should never be used under any circumstances. And that you only used as much force as was required to submit your opponent.

The words “mystery”, “baffled” and “puzzled” are memes, used, among numerous similar variants, whenever anyone in the wholly-controlled-and-coopted Political, Academic, Scientific and Media establishments wants to lie about, well, basically anything.

That’s why an article that I’ve appended below is headlined “Mystery of world record solved?”

Can you see how the author hedged by withholding the type of world record they’re talking about? That’s to make the subject drastically less searchable.

The subhead below it reads “A mystery remains: Redear sunfish at Havasu have been reaching world record sizes. But why, exactly ? Let’s dive into this piscatory puzzle.”

Mystery, mystery, puzzle.

The article continues: "5 years after world-record redear sunfish catch, invasive quagga mussels considered a likely contributor to monster sizes of these sunfish at Lake Havasu"

Well, if that’s true, about the quagga mussel-gorging, how come James Lucas of O’Fallon, MO caught a new “alternative method” Missouri state record redear sunfish in April 2017 that was 183% above the old record holder? I’m asking because there’s no mention of quagga mussels in that story.

And how could Dominik Penner break James’ Missouri redear sunfish record just one month later, and break it by another 24%? I’m asking because there’s no mention of mussel-fattening in that story, either.

And how could Josh Cole break Dominik’s Missouri state record record a couple of years later, with a reader sunfish 33% larger - another entire third larger - than Dominik’s? I’m asking, given that there’s no mention of shellfish-driven weight gain in that story, either.

Just so we’re clear, the current Missouri “alternative method” redear sunfish, from May 2019, weighed one pound, twelve ounces, and is 366% larger than a prior 6 ounce record holder from 1996. Well more than triple the size. That’s not supposed to be scientifically possible.

I understand that it will be particularly difficult for the subconscious mind of the Coincidence theorist to assimilate the six year maximum lifespan of the redear sunfish within this context.

Meanwhile, over in Nebraska, in 2017, the current Nebraska state redear sunfish record was suddenly up 15%, after standing unbroken since 1989. In the article, the author hedged that it was broken “by just 4 ounces”, to make it seem like it was no big deal. And then I had to do the math. There’s no mention of quagga mussels in that story, either.

If gorging on invasive quagga mussels is the reason redear sunfish in Arizona’s Lake Havasu have become larger than in all of Arizona fishing history, how or why could Ken Krumreich catch one in Illinois in 2018 that was 35% larger than the previous Illinois state record holder, from more than thirty years previously? I’m asking because there’s no mention of quagga mussels in the story about Ken’s fish.

Here we have a new record holder that is suddenly over a third larger, after the record had stood unbroken for decades. I understand that it will be particularly difficult for the subconscious mind of the Coincidence theorist to assimilate the six year maximum lifespan of the redear sunfish within this context.

As a bonus, the generational Satanist author of that article piled on with “Ken Krumreich caught a beautiful fish and now holds a record that may stand for a long time. Sunfish this large are very uncommon.”

As a guy who writes record redear sunfish articles for a living, it’s strange he didn’t get the memo about the Missouri state record for the fish being broken three times in the last couple years - each time by orders of magnitude.

If the redear sunfish in Lake Havasu are so big because they’re eating so many invasive quagga mussels, how could Jeff Kokemiller have pulled an Iowa state record redear sunfish that’s 85% larger than the previous record holder from his farm pond in 2013? Which pond we must imagine was and is free of invasive quagga mussels, given that the author doesn’t mention it.

In that article, the author used the lurid-but-general “smashed” to describe the margin between the records, but withheld the much more impactful percentage. So I had to do the math.

The current California state record redear sunfish, from 2017, is 98% larger than the previous record holder, from 2011. The fish in San Diego have doubled size in just a couple of generations.

The author used the lurid “obliterating” to describe the margin between the records, but withheld the much more impactful percentage. So I had to do the math. There’s no mention in the story of invasive quagga mussel in Lake Murray in La Mesa, California.

The guy doing the blockbuster, titanic, bald-faced lying about the redear sunfish in Lake Havasu is named Nick Walter. Here’s his picture:

Nick

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

Nick is a fat, stupid, and until-this-moment grinning propagandist, putting forward a bullshit, micro-level plausible-deniability excuse to try to “compartmentalize” the phenomenon, and at all costs keep your eyes off the bigger picture I’m elucidating here.

He’s trying to obscure the truth, which is that fish are growing to never-before-seen size, regardless of species, and regardless of geography, due to the Orgonite-driven return to health of the energetic or Etheric environment that those fish inhabit.

Controlling the press organs of all the nations in lock-step might at first seem an impressive achievement, even if having no-talent hacks such as Nick on the team does not.

But, no matter who is running them, or how they are run, when confidence games collapse, they do so in a rush, like a house of cards.

And it happens even more quickly when someone such as myself yells and points the con artists out.

Jeff Miller, Brooklyn, New York, February 6, 2020

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October 9, 2013 - Ottumwa, Iowa - Iowa man breaks state record for redear sunfish

An Ottumwa man has broken the state record for the size of a redear sunfish he recently caught.

The state Department of Natural Resources says Jeff Kokemiller caught the fish Sept. 27 while in a kayak in his farm pond in Wapello County.

DNR verified that Kokemiller’s fish weighed 2.04 pounds and was a little over 13 inches long. It smashes the previous record of 1 pound, 1 ounce and 11 inches long.

(The author uses the hedging generalities " broke " and " smashed " to obscure an 85% increase between the old record and the new. Such records are usually broken by tiny margins, as the organism gets closer and closer to its maximum possible size. - ed)

February 24, 2014 - According to the Arizona Game and Fish Department, a pending world-record redear sunfish was hauled out of Lake Havasu, weighing in at a whopping 5.78 pounds, and breaking the previous record of 5.55 pounds.

(The author uses the hedging generality " breaking " to obscure a 4% increase between the old record and the new. Such records are usually broken by tiny margins, as the organism gets closer and closer to its maximum possible size. The author also omitted mention of when the previous record was, and who set it. - ed)

March 28, 2017 - California - Redear sunfish catch obliterates lake record; largest ever in San Diego

Teresa Gardner caught and released this record 4.15 pound redear sunfish at Lake Murray on March 27, 2017

Gardner caught (and successfully released) this massive “shellcracker” at little 171 acre Lake Murray in La Mesa, fishing in the Alvarado Bay area of the lake, just south of the dock and parking area. Her massive redear settled the official scale on the dock at 4.15 pounds, obliterating the previous official lake record of 2.355 pounds – caught by Eduardo Valenzuela in June of 2011.

(The headline uses gymnastics (" largest ever ") to avoid saying the word “record”, which makes the subject drastically less searchable. The author uses the hedging generality " obliterating " to obscure a 98% increase between the old record and the new. Such records are usually broken by tiny margins, as the organism gets closer and closer to its maximum possible size. Here, the fish is almost twice the size of the record holder from just six years earlier. - ed)

March 30, 2017 - Nebraska - State Record Update , Winter 2017

On Jan. 3, Kelly Macke of Lincoln pulled a beautiful 1 pound 14 ounce redear sunfish through an ice hole on Wildwood Reservoir.

Kelly’s fish beat our old redear sunfish record by just 4 ounces, but that was a record that had been on the books since 1989!

(Under the false guise of familiarity, the headline omits the name of the state, and what type of record they’re talking about, both to make the subject drastically less searchable. The author uses the hedging generality " by just 4 ounces " to obscure a 15% increase between the old record and the new. Such records are usually broken by tiny margins, as the organism gets closer and closer to its maximum possible size. - ed)

April 4, 2017 - O’Fallon, Missouri - O’FALLON ANGLER CATCHES STATE -RECORD REDEAR SUNFISH

The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) reports James Lucas of O’Fallon became the most recent record- breaking angler in Missouri when he caught a redear sunfish on a private pond in Lincoln County. The new “alternative method” record fish caught by Lucas on March 24 weighed 1 pound, 1 ounce. Lucas’ recent catch broke the previous state record of 6-ounces, caught in 1996.

(Under the false guise of familiarity, the headline omits the name of the state, to make the subject drastically less searchable. The author uses the hedging generalities " breaking " and " broke " to obscure a 183% increase between the old record and the new. Such records are usually broken by tiny margins, as the organism gets closer and closer to its maximum possible size. - ed)

June 5, 2017 - Missouri - TANEY COUNTY ANGLER CATCHES STATE-RECORD REDEAR SUNFISH

The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) reports Dominik Penner of Merriam Woods Village became the most recent record- breaking angler in Missouri when he caught a redear sunfish on Table Rock Lake. The new “alternative method” record fish caught by Penner on May 14 weighed 1 pound, 5 ounces. Penner’s recent catch broke the previous state record of 1-pound, 1-ounce, caught earlier this year.

(Using a formula identical to that of the April 4, 2017 example immediately above, the author again uses the identical hedging generalities " breaking " and " broke " to obscure a 24% increase between the old record and the new. Such records are usually broken by tiny margins, as the organism gets closer and closer to its maximum possible size. - ed)

July 17, 2018 - Pure redear sunfish: Now, we know what Ken Krumreich’s Illinois record fish is

It’s final. Dan Stephenson, Illinois Chief of Fisheries, reports today that he has received final word from geneticist Dr. Mark Davis with the Illinois Natural History Survey, Champaign. The new state record is a pure Redear Sunfish not a hybrid. It weighed 3 pounds 1.1 ounce and was caught in Grundy County on May 19. The fish measured 15 ¼” long and had a [14 ½”] girth. Genetics testing was required of this fish since redear sunfish readily hybridize with bluegill and green sunfish and possibly other closely related sunfish species. Ken Krumreich caught a beautiful fish and now holds a record that may stand for a long time . Sunfish this large are very uncommon.

Krumreich’s fish supplants a record that stood more than 33 years: That redear (2 pounds, 12.3 ounces), was caught by Mike DeMattei on Sept. 7, 1985, from the Marian Country Club Lake in Williamson County.

(The author uses the hedging generality “supplants” to obscure a 35% increase between the old record and the new. Such records are usually broken by tiny margins, as the organism gets closer and closer to its maximum possible size. - ed)

February 15, 2019 - Phoenix, AZ - Mystery of world record solved?

5 years after world-record redear sunfish catch, invasive quagga mussels considered a likely contributor to monster sizes of these sunfish at Lake Havasu

Have the redear sunfish at Lake Havasu really gone quagga crazy?

Have these panfish that really can fill a pan, and are widely regarded as one of the better fish species to eat, found a surplus of invasive quagga mussels to munch?

A mystery remains: Redear sunfish at Havasu have been reaching world record sizes. But why , exactly ?

Let’s dive into this piscatory puzzle .

We’re at the time of year when Lake Havasu tacked its world-record pin on the fishing map. On Feb. 16, 2014, Hector Brito caught a 17-inch, 5.78-pound world-record redear sunfish on a dropshot-rigged nightcrawler.

“I didn’t expect the record to last this long,” Brito said. “It’s amazing.”

This 45-mile fishing wonderland created by the Colorado River on the western-most strip of Arizona, adorned like a leather belt by the regal London Bridge, allows an angler to fish from the beach on the Arizona side and see the California mountains on the other. Some of those anglers said they witnessed a dramatic increase in the sizes of redear sunfish from 2009-2014 that — coincidence or not — occurred after invasive quagga mussels were first discovered in 2007 at Havasu.

In 2014, the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation (BOR) did a study about the effects of redear and bluegill on quagga populations and found these sunfish do consume quaggas. Even more, the redear reduced quagga numbers by as much as 25 percent . The experiments of the study were conducted in field enclosures of Lake Havasu, as well as in the BOR’s Boulder City, Nev. Fish Lab. See the updated report.

The Arizona Game and Fish Department can’t verify that redear sunfish, also known as “shellcrackers” because of their pharyngeal teeth (throat teeth) that allow them to crush crustaceans such as snails, are reaching unprecedented sizes due solely to quaggas as an additional food source. Other biological factors include Havasu’s food base of grass shrimp and redswamp crawdads.

(Under the false guise of familiarity, the headline omits mention of what sort of world record is under discussion, to make the subject drastically less searchable. - ed)

May 15, 2019 - Missouri - Reeds Spring bowfisherman breaks redear sunfish record

The latest was by Josh Cole of Reeds Spring, who used his bowfishing rig to shoot a 1-pound, 12-ounce redear sunfish at Table Rock Lake on April 29.

(The author omits any mention of the previous record. I had to research another story, and do the math, to learn that the new record holder is 33% above the old, from just two years previous. The author used the hedging generality " breaks " to obscure an increase in size of one third between the old record and the new. Such records are usually broken by tiny margins, as the organism gets closer and closer to its maximum possible size. - ed)

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