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Originally posted by justsaying
So over the last year, Arkansas has had dead birds, dead fish, deadly tornados, lots of small earthquakes, the horrible ice storm, what else am I leaving out?
In northern Arkansas, a 12-man speleological team broke into an ancient tunnel system, encountering inhabitants of the inner-world.
Just north of Batesville, explorers found a tunnel illuminated by a greenish phosphorescence where they met a race of beings who stood 7 to 8 feet tall and had bluish skin. The beings, who have advanced technology, told the explorers they are the direct descendents of Noah. The Cherokee Indians also tell of this same race of blue men. According to the Cherokee they inhabited the areas of Kentucky as well. When the Cherokee came into that area, they killed these blue skinned men off. Apparently the Cherokee were wrong in their assumptions.
When they analyses the dead birds and fish for the cause of death then it might reveal a clue.... ?
animals are our 'warning sign' created by mother nature ... we choose to look or keep our eyes tightly closed..
Originally posted by GodIsPissed
Maybe it was a tornado.
Was there a tornado in that area?And maybe that same tornado took out the birds too considering the incidents were so close to each other.
Or it could have very well been Harrp.
Check out this vid.Looks like a black hole in the sky in Norway.
Same thing in Australia!
Originally posted by charlyv
reply to post by don rumsfeld
One of the problems may be linked to the way fish breathe. Appart from oxygen exchange via the gills, some , especially the Drum, rely on air in reserve in an 'Air Bladder'. The Drum also uses the air in this 'reserve tank' to communicate by forcing stored air out of it's bladder, creating a drum like rythmic sound. It is possible that the circumstances that cause this fish to die is related to the complexities involving breathing with gills, the usage of reserve air in this bladder and the gas toxin level in the water.
I am not a marine biologist, but would certainly like to hear from anyone qualified to elaborate on this.edit on 3-1-2011 by charlyv because: (no reason given)