posted on Jan, 3 2011 @ 03:58 PM
It's definitely weird, whatever it is.
I'd say it boils down to four possibilities;
1) Weather phenomena.
Hurricane, or similar, probably short lived and very localised..although, a freak hail storm may have similar effects on the bodies of birds.
2) Magnetic anomaly.
An unknown or unusual magnetic aberration, or blip from the norm, may have caused the internal guidance systems of the birds (and fish) to go
temporarily haywire..they may have had complete disorientation and crashed into each other, causing the injuries observed in the case of the birds,
while the effects on the fish, may have included frenzied motion and loss of orientation, there may also be effects similar to when whales or dolphins
seem to deliberately beach themselves, seemingly without regards for their own safety. These may be short lived or intermittent magnetic anomalies,
responsible for what we're seeing here?
3) USG (or not) weapons testing.
Perhaps USG / USM is conducting 'live fire testing' of it's latest unknown weapon or other. It could be a directed energy weapon of some type,
perhaps one that can induce short lived hurricanes by altering the temperatures of selected regions in the atmosphere. HAARP is believed to be capable
of doing this, although i'd imagine 'the son of haarp', or by now, even the 'great grandson of haarp' would probably be capable of more than
So this would tie in with possibility number 1, a weather phenomena, although in this scenario it wouldn't be a natural one.
Perhaps it's another type of weapon entirely, being tested..perhaps a chemical based experiment. During the 60's and 70's and beyond, as most know,
the USG / USM were conducting experiments into chemical warfare techniques where chemicals such as '___' and other 'tweaked up' hallucinogenic
combinations, were tested as a means to cause madness and extreme paranoia in the enemy, such that they would either be incapacitated and unable to
fight, or they would turn on each other.
Perhaps there is a connection with this to the birds and fish? Are tweaked hallucinogens being openly tested, and for what purpose? Is it possible the
birds and fish could have attacked each other?
4) Something very large, and very resilient collided with these bird and fish, displacing them at such a rate as to cause crushing and trauma
This would have to be very large, to account for the numbers of birds and fish.
It would also be able to both fly in the atmosphere and submerge in the sea or water to be able to 'hit' the birds and the fish.
This could be something to do with number 3, weapons testing..but it would have to be able to fly and dive.
It could be another, unidentified object that was large and tough, and can fly and dive...