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Monday, 8 November 2010

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No evidence of a suicide pact

Rutland Island, Burtonport - (Malware): The cybervirus that sank HMS Preposterous the other week has now claimed another scalp - 33 pilot whale nursing mothers and their young.

Their lifeless corpses were washed ashore off the Scottish coast this weekend after becoming sick with acoustic trauma-related gas embolism.

This may have been triggered by the Royal Navy's low frequency active sonar in a Hunt for Red October-style search for a missing Russian sub.

The Kursk-Phoenix has been menacing UK coastal waters since May and is suspected of infiltrating HMS Preposterous' high tech innards with the Stuxnet virus.

Dolphinologists at the nearby Galway-Mayo Institute of Marine Technology said today the cybervirus 'could have sent the whales mental'.

Pilot whales sometimes commit mass suicide in protest at EU-imposed fishing quotas.

But this weekend's fatalities do not appear to be self=induced.

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