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Originally posted by CHEDwick
Birds may have been high altitude hail.
The fish kill could be a lot of things, including hail, although not likely.
The Arkansas tornadoes could have done this by dropping some pesticide or anything from an adjacent field.
Originally posted by Ironclad
Is any of this stuff happenning within a reasonable distance of any Geo-hotspots...?
Stuff like this has happened in NZ just just before a major erruption...
Is Crater of Diamonds State Park still actice geologically?
Originally posted by boondock-saint
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.
there is claimed to be a subterranean base
in Arkansas. Wonder if they are experimenting
this Arkansas base was also mentioned in one of
the threads on Admiral Byrdedit on 1/2/2011 by boondock-saint because: (no reason given)
It has affected different species from all over the world,not just in Arkansas.
Originally posted by crazydaisy
Very strange - first its one type of birds and now one type of fish. Lots of other type birds in the sky and fish in the river. This is puzzling for sure - those that mentioned magnetic field, pollution, etc wouldn't that affect different species? S @ F for this thread as I would like to stay informed.