reply to post by IgnoreTheFacts
fireworks may well have started it. kinda like my "someone starts busting caps" scenario you also have to remember their physiological structures,
they arent made for impact, and their bones are really brittle when sclaed and compared to our bones. being repeatedly pelted with wings and bodies
might seen innocent, but to a bird can break ribs, or even just slightly damage wings enough to cause flight failure, and if they cant correct
themselves before the ground, death. now add stress to the mix and it makes brittle birds "brittler" the only thing that doesnt really add up is the
large number of blood clots, and internal bleeding.
now if they died in midair, there shouldnt be much internal bleeding unless all of the first wave of dead birds started bleeding at the same time.
they bled and clotted though. not coagulated blood in the chest cavity, blood that got there while it was alive. im not a vet, but a whole flock of
birds dont bleed to death like that that quickly. i wouldnt be surprised to find its a poison that takes some time to work, affects motor functions,
slows them down before the final result, death
now.. that would be drc1339 (think thats it) does all that, AND specifically designed for blackbirds/starlings AND gets excreted before it actually
kills, meaning msm can ,oh idk, say theres no way it was poison bc theres nothing in their stomachs?
seems if someone knew something like that it wouldnt be good news to spread around. they might even get fired =P after all, it would just be more bad
pr after the whole raining birds of jersey issue. boy did stray cats and dogs catch an indirect blow there.
you get my point? bc at this time. ppl should be wondering why there have been so many news programs to just brush this off. are you serious????
miners get stuck in a mine in chile, the world holds their breath. thousands of birds drop out of the sky, but meh normal, huh?
you should be questioning this. people like the unknown, and mystery, and to feel like they are "in" the story having followed it from beginning to
conclusion. this would be a big one no? seems this should be the first red flag. the second should be that this has happened twice in the last decade,
but people dont think the dairy association would be doing such ecologically irresponsible things right?
i cant dance around it any more than that. i seem more adamant to prove that it was natural, while you claim the other side of the coin,
and maybe you need someone threatening your theory to sharpen your senses and wits enough to see the truth behind it all. it seems that the last time
this happened (in jersey) people werent happy to find it raining chicken nuggets if you know what i mean. after all, such an emberassment would make
you think twice about doing it in the open again, no?
now if they just do it secretly and pay-off news agencies to not give a crap about it, and bam, only conspiracy theorists will know what hit em.
we all know the stygmas we catch for trying to solve these conspiracies