Sunday, June 10, 2018

Octlantis? WTF Is OCLANTIS?

I will assemble my strike team. Canada Post says I can't get a suitcase nuke here until Tuesday so the abominations have time to evacuate this under sea stronghold because ANY of those tentacled freaks who are still there when I arrive deserve what happens to them next. I will not allow them to gather in CITIES under the sea. I am sorry but that is my decision. Enjoy the pretty pictures while you can because this piecie of ocean bottom land is going to become a victim of a rare 'geological' event. That is how the fake media will spin the story.

Octlantis features dens made out of piles of sand and shells, and is home to up to 15 of the cephalopods, according to marine biologists. They recorded 10 hours of video footage of the site, which lies 10 to 15 metres (33 to 49 feet) under the water and measures 18 by 4 metres (59 by 13 feet).

The international team of researchers saw the gloomy octopuses meeting up, living together, communicating with each other, chasing unwelcome octopuses away, and even evicting each other from dens – so it seems Octlantis can be quite a rough place to live.

"These behaviours are the product of natural selection, and may be remarkably similar to vertebrate complex social behaviour," lead researcher David Scheel, from Alaska Pacific University, told Ephrat Livni at Quartz.

"This suggests that when the right conditions occur, evolution may produce very similar outcomes in diverse groups of organisms."

The new octopus city lies in Jervis Bay on the coastline of eastern Australia, and is close to another similar site discovered in 2009 called Octopolis – where we've seen a kind of Octopus Fight Club take place in the past.

What the fuck? Gladitorial games? Communication with other abominations? Look at this shithole. I won't stand for it. We have to nip this bullshit in the bud before they start to get comfy with these accommodations. I am sure this will vaporize nicely when I set off the device. But I must deliver the package right to the heart of the beast. These suitcse nukes don't exactly grow on trees so I don't want to waste my shot or risk them figuring out what is going on before I can do any real damage. Then it's a fight both IN and OUT. I will try to bring everyone home but I am not promising it. This is a strictly volunteer mission because I tire of ordering people to their deaths and having that come back on ME.

(artist's rendition)

Octopolis seems to be centred on an unidentified human-made object about 30 cm (11.8 inches) in length, but there's no obvious comparable object in Octlantis that creatures appear to have settled around.

Instead it might be jutting rocks that first attracted the octopuses to the area, according to the researchers.

"At both sites there were features that we think may have made the congregation possible – namely several seafloor rock outcroppings dotting an otherwise flat and featureless area," says one of the team, Stephanie Chancellor from the University of Illinois at Chicago.

Such bullshit. It could just be a rock but it could ALSO be a piece of PREDATOR related technology and if that is the truth then it may already be too late for us all. I will do what I can but I don't think all of you can be saved. I know you are weary of all this bullshit after Trump and Thanos but just hold on for a little bit longer. We will come out the other side.



Dr. Theda said...

Awesome !!!

Debra She Who Seeks said...

Ha ha, good idea to partner with Canada Post on this mission, those well-known bad-asses, LOL! And speaking of bad-asses, did you commission that art or is it someone who just looks like you?

Cal's Canadian Cave of Coolness said...

I found it on Tumblr years ago it it became my ideal self in the Matrix. They call it residual self image.

Brother Charlie said...

They're everywhere now! Even the White House. You think he's just fat? No, my friend, those are the other six tentacles wrapped around his waist. Tiny hands? Yeah, just about the size of a single little octapoid sucker.

I heard of this cephlapod menace from you, first, man. I wasn't aware until now that they'd already colonized the southern hemisphere. We're doomed - doomed I say, unless You save us Cal!

And for any of you doubters still out there, take heed of the science:

Brother Charlie said...

Cal's Canadian Cave of Coolness said...

I have been saying this for decades. I knew as a child that they were not a sweet and kindly group. We do what we can to keep their schemes in check but you are right. They are multiplying. If all the crap in the oceans hasn't killed them off yet then we need another solution.