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Originally posted by Robin Marks
I've been interested in this story because there has been swarms of earthquakes in Arkansas since September. I've developed a hypothesis and posted my findings. The fish and birds kills are within a 125 radius and the earthquakes are dead center. It's fracking. Gas migration. Go here to read more.
Originally posted by aivlas
reply to post by Human_Alien
Click the link it will take you to the post with the link you are asking for and read the articles spelling mistakes abound.
Would you like me to send you a quote tree so you can understand?
Edit - one of the spelling mistakes in these articles.
"It's completely indescribable how many birds were here. I've never been anything like it," said Melissa Weatherly, a Beebe resident.edit on 3-1-2011 by aivlas because: (no reason given)
I've never been anything like it?edit on 3-1-2011 by aivlas because: (no reason given)edit on 3-1-2011 by aivlas because: (no reason given)edit on 3-1-2011 by aivlas because: spelling
Originally posted by karen61057
reply to post by VI0811
You think he/she's on to something huh? I think your line is not straight. It goes off on an angle. You know you can draw a line between any two points on earth but that doesnt mean they line up. To me "line up" in this case would have to be all on the same longitude line which of course they are not.
"Further tests will be done to rule out other causes, but the birds suffered from acute physical trauma leading to internal hemorrhage and death. There was no sign of any chronic or infectious disease," the report said, according to the game and fish commission.
Blackbirds do not normally fly at night and it was not immediately clear what caused the odd behavior. Loud noises were reported shortly before the birds began falling, according to the game and fish commission.
"The birds obviously hit something very hard and had hemorrhages," said Rowe.
Originally posted by summer4meplz
reply to post by neowakko
I just now joined only to share a bird story and have no idea if it is in anyway related to Arkansas.....I live in Tulsa...my friend has been feeding birds for over 20 years at her house....on Christmas she noticed that her bird feeder had not been touched in 3 days and there were no birds in the trees......she said she knew something very unusual must be going on....her birds are back...but she said they were gone for over week...just thought I would share....I love reading this place...my first and probably only comment....
Originally posted by woogleuk
reply to post by ns9504
Earthquakes can cause changes in the earths magnetic field, which can affect the navigation senses of fish and birds, to such a point where birds could literally drop out of the sky,not sure how it would kill the fish though.edit on 3/1/11 by woogleuk because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by shikori
Here is evidence for the plant radiation theory please reply
Following a large dose of whole body x-radiation, a disease syndrome
occurs which has certain characteristics common to most species. The
signs and symptoms of the radiation syndrome have been amply reviewed by many authors." The most pronounced derangement is a
hemorrhagic diathesis which occurs to a major or minor extent and
results in a diminished blood volume. Severe damage to major organs
may result from extravasation of blood into or around these organs.
Accompanying this bleeding tendency is a pan-hematopenia secondary
to the destruction of the formed elements of the blood and the relative
aplasia of the bone marrow. Associated with damage to the reticuloendothelial system, humoral antibody response to bacterial antigens
is markedly diminished following certain doses of x-radiation.5 These
factors suggest that the integrity of the barriers to bacterial infection
is lost after large doses of x-radiation and that bacterial infection is an
important element in the morbidity and mortality of the acute radiation syndrome.
0036.pdf" target="_blank" class="postlink">www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov...
Isn't this the samething in the bird necropsy?
brings us back to my plant theory
Also the species of birds found dead are knoen to flock in this region at this time of year for feeding purposes.
Originally posted by karen61057
reply to post by K_OS
So you are saying that "global warming" is so hot that it is causing the earths crust to crack from expansion? Earthquakes are not caused by cracks in the surface of the earth. Earthquakes are caused by the shifting of tectonic plates. The surface of the earth is not a solid mass. It is a bunch of pieces overlaying or laying next to each other.
For the kind of expansion you are talking about you would need heat hot enough to melt granite, the primary rock the planet is composed of.
Divergent plate boundaries
Divergent plate boundaries are mostly on ocean floors. There, the separation of plates, or rifting, creates lithosphere
Originally posted by Gradius Maximus
reply to post by Erasurehead
I have read eye witness accounts about UFO's where the birds go insane before the UFO is even in sight, is it really too far of a stretch to assume a large craft or several B-lined from the southern Arctic strait up into the north?
Smacking into flocks of birds along the way?
Perhaps an experimental chem trail trying to get some warm air up into the northern hemisphere.edit on 3-1-2011 by Gradius Maximus because: (no reason given)