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wow I didn't know that could happen to a bird. Damn, they are delicate! Funny you should mention this. I thought I read in one of the accounts of the Arkansas bird deaths that residents thought they heard something like a sonic boom. I will have to try and find that again. You might be on to something, at least with the Arkansas bird deaths.
Originally posted by undo
what about sound? our cockatiel died from an extremely loud and sudden sound. first it went limp (immediately) and died shortly thereafter. i wonder if there's sound out there that's beyond our hearing range, that is effecting birds. doesn't explain fish though. hmm.......if a loud sound extremely high pitched or low pitched hit water, it would still propagate, but in an entirely different way..edit on 7-1-2011 by undo because: (no reason given)
Fracking halliburton, just business as usual, changing the air and water at no charge to us, for free!
Originally posted by DontLegalizeDecriminalize
reply to post by coolottie
Whoa, so they actually confirmed on the news that there was a stationary methane cloud where the birds were killed? Do you happen to have this tivo'd, or maybe have a YouTube link so that we can watch the report? Because if so, I think we may have found our culprit.
Originally posted by NewAgeMan
reply to post by Bane5930
When they bring out Ted Neugent to reassure us that everything is perfectly normal and aok, well, then you KNOW there's something just terrible going on!