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Originally posted by Pharyax
Originally posted by LDragonFire
reply to post by neowakko
I wonder if this happened near the recent earthquake area, and they died from noxious gas releases?
That is what I thought. and NOW, they just found over 100,000 dead fish close to the same area, down river in Little Rock.
Sounds like out gassing.
Originally posted by pinchanze
reply to post by mydarkpassenger
You might want to go back to school and get a little more educated. Blackbirds migrate at night. Sometimes for hundreds of miles,especially when the weather changes in the area their in. Large-eyed birds migrate at night also. You know...Ducks. Arkansas is a major flyway for these birds. Sorry I butted into YOUR conversation but I suggest before you start calling someone a troll you might want to know what your talking about first. How DO southerners talk or write? I'm not sure if that was an insult or a compliment. It does'nt matter but you better do some more reading.
Originally posted by odd1out
reply to post by maybee
Well, NEWS agencies pick and choose which responses they will air, and which ones fall to the editing room floor. I guarantee you, any comment that said anything alarming would not be aired. It calms the masses when you show a string of commentary that sounds like ho-hum, no big deal...
Originally posted by OneSmallStep
reply to post by dukeofjive
Someone posted the there is a Chem-Bio factory in Pine Bluff? Just for fun I looked at Google earth for the factory. Here some thing weird, probability water treatment plant? Throwing darts here.
Originally posted by Pharyax
Originally posted by mydarkpassenger
Originally posted by AlwaysWondering
CNN is now reporting 4,000 - 5,000 blackbirds fell from the sky in Beebe, up from 1,000.
And the drum fish in Ozark, Ark is estimated to be 100,000 dead in a 20 mile section of the river.
Lots of small EQs in the general area between the dead fish and the dead birds.
Also, these birds should have been roosting/sleeping at 1130 pm on 12/31/10...why did they fall from the sky?
A local meteoroligst was interested in the bird story, so he grabbed radar images from 1130 pm. Closest storm was 50 miles to the east. radar image
The birds in South America that dropped from the sky happened at the place where the 6.5 mag quake just happened, near Bio Bio Chile.......
maybe the New Madrid is going to let go?
That is a chilling thought, what with the unusual EQ activity in Indiana along the New Madrid and related faults.
Does anyone have a map to place the fish kill and the black birds along the NM faultline?
One thing weird: it seems a species specific issue, Drum fish, black birds and starlings..edit on 2-1-2011 by mydarkpassenger because: (no reason given)
Whoa... just looked up where the mini-swarm is, and where the fish kill/bird kill is -- 9 miles away....