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Originally posted by kyeleigh
reply to post by Honor93
they are definantly messin around down there, its like they WANT to creat a disaster...hmmm.
Doesnt surprise me one bit :/
Originally posted by tarifa37
Originally posted by kyeleigh
PLEASE WATCH AND PASS IMPORTANT!
i cant see this being fake......
that would explain it....
With all due respect that woman is a sandwich short of a picnic .And that is putting it very very very mildly.
Originally posted by bully39
reply to post by Komodo
that is very strange, maybe it is very well that the magnetic feilds are at blame. and if the magnetic pole is shifting, would the birds be off course migrating? very weird stuff. all over the world, not just in arkansa....
Originally posted by ov3rdos3
I have also heard that there is a portion of mens brains that has a similar chemical to birds, that allow for advanced geolocation processing?? Are men going to become perpetually lost?
Originally posted by themyste1
reply to post by MentorsRiddle
Hello, this is my first time on this forum also. I wrote this a few days after the first few incidents in the local Modern Radio forum, and I would like to share with you all also:......
I just want to make everyone aware of the reality behind the deaths of these birds. First of all Red-winged black birds do not fly at night, nor do they fly in flocks at night. Secondly, the trauma that they talk about would more likely be from hitting the pavement or roofs as they fell. It would not have been the cause of their fall. It would have been the result of falling. The blood clots were in the breast portion of their bodies; this would have been the part of the bird's bodies that would hit the ground or roofs first, as it is the heaviest part of the bird. Thirdly, it is not likely that they fell from a major height as there would have probably been more of a splatting effect on the carcasses. Unless, they were conscience enough to use their feathers to slow down their speed.
I would love to take some surveys about this incident; however, I am from Wisconsin and unable to communicate with the residence there. If any of you are from Beebe or the Louisiana bird death area, I would encourage someone to make a survey to find out exact times that the birds fell, and collect locations of each time. The end results may show a pattern of direction from first death to last death that may assist in making a conclusion. It would be great if a radio host would put the survey over the air, to collect information before it is lost. I would imagine that some people saw the birds falling and maybe called someone right away. The time could be determined that way. Also, I think that it is important to collect reports of unusual lights, aircraft, etc. in that area and time period.
Someone had a good idea about the fish. They pointed out that the Arkansas area has had a lot of earthquakes in that region; I was not aware. However, this could give a good conclusion for the deaths of all the bottom dwelling Drum fish that died, connecting the deaths to release of poisonous gasses.
The experts claim that the deaths of the birds and the fish are not related; however, there may be a connection with the earthquakes. But, then again, if it were poisonous gasses that killed the birds, then why just red-winged blackbirds?
Do not be gullible and accept whatever they tell us; we have to use our own heads, think, and realize that we cannot trust anyone.