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SINUOUS AURORAS: US Department of Defense polar-orbiting satellites are observing bright bands of auroral light circling the North Pole. This display, recorded on Dec. 30th, was as bright as the city lights of Scandinavia below: [link to www.spaceweather.com]
Paul McCrone of the Fleet Numerical Meteorology and Oceanography Center in Monterey, CA, assembled the image using visual and infrared data from three satellites: DMSP F13, F17 and F18. "It shows the sinuous path of the energetic particles entering Earth's upper atmosphere," he says. These sinuous bands could descend south over Europe and parts of North America around Jan. 3rd when a solar wind stream is expected to hit Earth's magnetosphere. High-latitude sky watchers should be alert for auroras.
The birds timeline: 30 December to 5 January
Solar wind stream: 30 December to around 3 January
December 2010: thousands of dead crabs washed up along Kent coast
30 December: up to 100,000 dead drum fish over a 20-mile stretch of the Arkansas River, 200km northwest of Little Rock discovered
31 December 2010: 3,000 of red-winged blackbirds rained from sky in Arkansas town of Bebe.
3 January 2011: 500 dead and dying red-winged-blackbirds fell into Louisiana highway in Pointe Coupee Parish
So we can say for sure its not fireworks or storm. Its our magnetosphere!
Its our core!!!! Animals are the first to suffer!!!