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Originally posted by CIAGypsy
Originally posted by mydarkpassenger
And what kind of killing agent can include a specific species of fish, and no other, and also a specific species of bird? Plus a number of related starlings.
Unless the species were targeted separately as two different tests.... Remember that the drum fish happened around the 28th of December, I think.... The birds happened around midnight on NYE.
Something interesting to add....although I doubt it has any relevance. Several years ago, I took a theory project to UAMS (University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences - a university hospital in LR) which was based on using resonance of DNA along with other DNA fingerprints to find and target missing people. Of course, there were other implications to my research and project which could include weaponry based on these theories... Some small little voice in the back of my head is wondering if my research and/or theories were passed from UAMS to Little Rock AFB or another military entity. Hmm.... Big stretch....but not as crazy as "fireworks killing 5000 blackbirds discriminately."
Outside of the nesting season, blackbirds generally feed in flocks and roost at night in congregations varying from a few birds to over one million birds. These flocks and roosting congregations are sometimes comprised of a single species, but often several species mix together. Sometimes they are joined by non-blackbird species, notably European starlings (Sturnus vulgaris) and American robins (Turdus migratorius). The species also have many important differences in their nesting biology, preferred foods, migration patterns, and their damage and benefits to agriculture.
NLE 2011 will exercise the response to a catastrophic earthquake on the southwestern segment of the New Madrid Seismic Zone, which is located in the Southern and Midwestern regions of the U.S. What makes this scenario particularly timely is it will occur during the bicentennial anniversary of the historic New Madrid earthquakes that began Dec. 16, 1811, with a magnitude 7.7 quake. Six earthquakes followed that ranged from magnitude 6.0 to 7.7 as well as 200 moderate to large aftershocks, according to the U.S. Geological Survey
Originally posted by bluemirage5
Here's what I also found....
of the birds in previous drops were tested, nothing conclusive as to why they dropped dead however one bird was found alive and was dazed, confused, walked in circles and did'nt try to fly away.
Originally posted by MikeboydUS
I don't know if the animal deaths are related to geological activity, the last major tremors in Arkansas were on Dec 15.
Originally posted by searching4it
I didn't read through the forum, just the first couple of posts, so please don't jump on me if I repeat anything already repeated. I don't think the birds falling from the sky has anything to do with fireworks whatsoever, because they announced on the news today that it happened again today. I am one town over from where it happened. I don't really think that would have caused trauma for the simple fact that people have been popping fireworks for years and years and that didn't stop them before. Not sure what caused all of this, but fireworks make it really hard to believed to be the cause of this.
Originally posted by Gradius Maximus
reply to post by CIAGypsy
If I fell from the sky there would be physical trauma to me as well.
Originally posted by Gradius Maximus
If it isnt a toxin, then perhaps it is a new virus or bacteria. Perhaps they are testing gene specific death dealers.
Biological warfare in Arkansas, who better to test then undesired species?