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Originally posted by mblahnikluver
Ok I go back and forth on the whole Nibiru thing. If there is some planet, why can't we see it? That is my only question. Also how would Nibirus effects cause blunt trauma and such to the birds? Explain that one.
Originally posted by Chadwickus
reply to post by discl0sur3
No, I'm not trying to be funny.
So the woman in you video mentions that people in Perth, Australia were rushed to hospital due to being overcome by gas.
A few points of interest.
1. Perth has never recorded an earthquake larger than a magnitude of 2, there is no seismic activity going on in Perth.
2. This gas leak in Perth was caused by floor sealer being applied in a poorly ventilated area:
Hundreds of people were evacuated from the Carousel Shopping Centre and five were taken to hospital for treatment this morning after what was first believed to be a gas leak. It was later confirmed the fumes were caused by workers applying a floor sealant in a shop that was being renovated...
...One shopper, Craig, said the smell was very strong.
"[It was a] very strong paint-like smell. It turned out not to be that but they were obviously pretty worried about it," he said.
Oh and I think there was mention of birds dying in Western Australia too, methane and planet x again?
Nope, it was lead poisoning, quite a big deal it was too because the whole town where it happened was contaminated by lead.
I mean really, a little bit of research would tell you that this video is a load of BS.
edit on 5/1/11 by Chadwickus because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by wisdomnotemotion
It's possible that methane gas in the clouds killed the thousands of birds.
Methane gas has been blamed for global warming. Its byproduct is carbon monoxide.
Advanced symptoms of methane gas poisoning include unconsciousness and fast heartbeat.
But I'm wondering what killed those fishes at around adjacent timings.