posted on Jan, 5 2011 @ 12:25 AM
i was inferring that the fireworks idea is as incredible as cloaked ufo's. yes birds are very orderly when they fly, almost like their brains are
picking up on the magnetic fields of all the birds around it (bc it is) allowing it to fly with the group unhindered the same way schools of fish seem
to turn as one mind. now they do this normally. now the question is do they have these same "radar" features when everything becomes chaos, and
normal flight patterns are thrown out the window. people are very orderly too, like in lines. now if all of a sudden someone starts busting off caps,
those people in line, or on the street sidewalk feel they are going to die, and for some reason, dont seem as worried about running through twenty
people you would normally fall in line with. they wouldnt normally do such a thing, but they are panicked. fight or flight, this time both at once. it
would be like them fighting to be able to fly. they are easily stressed, and we dont know if that stress in such high density can have an affect on
their flight or not. it would seem it does though
option two of far out of left field would be some kind of magnetic disturbance, or their electromagnetic sensativity being dampered somehow. haarp is
the normal scape-goat. without this they would not be able to "sense" their neighbors and would have to rely on sight, at night, with thousands of
similarly crippled migratory birds. they arent drunken fighter pilots, but if u take out their internal compasses, they bear a striking resemblance
and the one thing that either debunks your theory, or adds an interesting twist is this. why were they flying in the first place? it happened at
night. now they may be ace pilots, but they sleep at night, they dont flock as they did unless threatened. an invisible hovercraft shouldnt be too
threatening unless you find it by accident right? has anyone even tested their flying capabilities at night? im willing to bet that panicking birds at
night would be as chaotic as one would expect it to be.
lets just face it. yes, birds dead. they were put in extreme circumstances in where even the survivors died like the first man to run a marathon. we
just dont know what caused those circumstances. the fish couldve been put in the circumstance to deal with oil and corexxit or both. its just that
assuming something will act normally in abnormal circumstances, and that has a track record for being wrong.
trust me, id love aliens to be real, or the gov hiding their ufo's untill there are enough for everyone, but throwing this baseless theory out there
with such little evidence of what happened seemed hopeful fishing.