Originally posted by AllSeeingI
Ive read that the birds died from "trauma". So my theories are this...
1. Bird flock becomes disoriented and flies into ground. Cause? Alteration of magnetic field and/or gravity.
If the flock had become merely disoriented in flight and crashed into the ground , then the trauma they suffered would have manifested differently.
It is a point of order that the investigators claimed that the birds had died of blunt force trauma, and had THEN fallen to the ground. Ergo the
injuries sustained in the fall were post mortem, rather than being cause of death.
2. Bird flock is struck by massive fast moving flying object. Aircraft
This is an interesting version of events, and one that I cannot see a hole in to be honest.
3. Bird flock is rapidly frozen or chilled to the point of falling asleep while in flight. Caused by becoming disoriented and flying too high, or a
sudden burst of super cold air from high altitudes.
Again, this freezing/ chilling would leave tell tales in the body, because the action of freezing flesh would affect tissue and bodily fluids in a way
which no pathologist would miss. Every blood vessel, nerve ending, artery or main conduit in the body would have shown signs of it.
4. Bird flock is "zapped" by electrical burst (lightning, HAARP, etc) and is killed or incapacitated in flight.
If the birds had died of some exposure to energy , then that is unlikely to have resulted in mere bruising. There would be burns, or evidence perhaps
of overpresure damage (rearranged innards for example, or the liquifaction of organs and bodily tissues) from the rapidly expanding and then
contracting of the air around the lightning strike or energy beam.
In all cases eventually the birds simply fell to the ground from a great height causing the 'Trauma'.
Unless some new evidence has come to light which changes the initial results of the tests done in the early stages of this incident, this cannot be
the case. The birds were initialy thought to have died of the trauma well before impact with the ground, and that the injuries caused from the fall
were post mortem.
This could explain why a few birds were injured yet still alive.
Equally , it may be that these few birds were not impacted to the same degree as whatever hit the flock, attaining only disorienting damage until
their impact with the ground.
Now I understand that the people who investigate these things have recently stated that they believe that the birds died in the fall, but that is at
direct and unlikely odds with what they had said previously, and still offers no actual explanation of how the birds came to be in such an unfortunate
This flip flopping points to some deeply strange issues, but the issue is murky enough that I cannot fathom at present, what those issues may turn
out to be.