posted on Jan, 6 2011 @ 08:05 PM
I've heard the blunt force trauma was caused by massive blood clotting inside the birds. The fish in Arkansas had raised welts around their mouth.
Both did not show signs of poisoning. One of the chemicals used in the process is Hydrochloric Acid mixed with water. This mixture gets heated and
turns into a gas, by contact with the heat of the interior of the earth (recent earthquakes could help this). This would create a plume of Hcl gas
which would take different paths to the surface. Just like our chemistry teacher told us. Never mix acid and water. You get a reaction!! ( and
probably a big noise...(see booming sounds))!!! The bottom feeding fish would have been burned by the reaction, at the bottom of the river. The birds,
if they flew into a plume of the Hcl would have inhaled the deadly mixture and clotting could have occurred. In both cases, there would be no external
poison found, because Hydrochloric Acid is a natural occurring compound in animals. I think I have some in my own stomach, to aid in digestion.