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Originally posted by Pharyax
Check this story out! VERY interesting. Someone heard a sonic boom... wonder if it was a meteor or something even stranger.
Originally posted by Gradius Maximus
reply to post by Rosha
Could a gas bubble float 60 miles away from hot springs to be overtop of Beebe?
There should be a train of death sourcing from the area as well if that were the case... not just blackbirds in Beebe.
Oh, and duck
Hopefully we find out what it is asap!
Originally posted by woogleuk
Going back to what I was saying about earthquakes, and the earths magnetic field.....from what I can gather from a bit of googling, marine life, including fish, are also sensitive to the magnetic field, not only that, but any electromagnetic field, including powerlines and such like.
So for more than one "freak" occurance over such a large area, I cannot believe that toxins or gases were involved, especially as only fish and birds seem to have been affected.
Question is, assuming I could be going down the right path with this, could it have been natural (EMF) or man made?
Originally posted by FreeStanger
If the government can kill one particular species maybe they will be able to do the same to a particular human race and blame it on a new virus.
Originally posted by muriaz
Genetic warfare. Now they know it can be spread by water and air, and don't harm other species or leave a trace.
Do I believe it? Probably not, but the military are researching it.
Originally posted by CIAGypsy
Forgot to add - an "amateur" cannot go pick up some of the birds and do necropsies because an EPA contractor has already picked up all the birds and taken them away (while wearing hazmat suits, no less....)
Originally posted by ChrisM101
I am in the area of the Fishkill, a person who works for my brother actually reported it.
It is more than just Drum, it includes crappie, catfish, bass, and carp.
Though for whatever reason drum made up a large amount of it.
My first thought was a leaking barge. But that would not account for the bird kill.
A large amount of industrial chemical is transported via barge up to Tulsa,OK.
I would suspect one of those struck one of the many flood control jetties along the navigation area and probably leaked out a portion of its payload.