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Hundreds of dead birds .... now in Taiwan January 8...

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posted on Jan, 8 2011 @ 12:38 AM
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Now you just have to add Taiwan to the list...

In Chinese... video of the report

Yeah it's all normal... dozens of countries affected THAT WE KNOW OF... on all continents, all Americas, Europe, Asia, Oceania... except Africa...so far... but...

I'm sure it's happening in Africa too, but due to what's going on in most African countries, communications, transport, ect... it's not being reported.
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posted on Jan, 8 2011 @ 12:41 AM
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Oh yeah, definitely normal. I see nothing wrong with birds dying all over the world.

I mean just last year 200 birds died over a course of 4 months, so this is definitely in the realm of normalcy.



posted on Jan, 8 2011 @ 12:44 AM
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Wow nuts.



posted on Jan, 8 2011 @ 12:49 AM
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I am almost 50yrs old, and I have been a news junkie all my life. I can tell you that what we are hearing and seeing is not, I repeat, not the norm.

I have never heard of so many worldwide bird deaths, alongside fish kills, all in a single week. Something unusual is happening, and I fear that the birds and fish are the 'canary in the coalmine'. I do hope I am wrong.



posted on Jan, 8 2011 @ 12:49 AM
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if this keeps up Ats is going to have to make bird deaths a forum topic!
what is going on out there? so many theory's swimming around , many make sense, except the medias explanation, seems like the birds dying is
a comedy show for them, Ive heard many newscasters makes jokes of this!
has anyone on here actually taken one of the dead birds to be examined independently ? we need to figure this out before it escalates and could possibly endanger us also. I was leaning towards these events being staged however it doesn't stop , i would figure if they were staging it they would have all ready succeeded in making there point, so i am back to square one.



posted on Jan, 8 2011 @ 01:13 AM
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Was just thinking about a conversation I had with a work mate a few months back before this all started being reported. This lady said that she took her dog for a walk and couldn't help but notice dead birds on the foot path every where and she commented how strange it was to see. I didn't think much of it at the time but maybe this has been going on longer than we think. Maybe in the beginning there were a smaller number of fatalities and were not reported. Now the epidemic is growing and involving larger numbers of birds, it sounds to me like a disease. This doesn't explain the fish though. I will ask her more questions when I see her at work next week.



posted on Jan, 8 2011 @ 01:19 AM
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Ok, if they don't really know what's going on, why don't they just say that?

So far their explanations are not substantiated and don't apply to every place effected.

another thing I noticed is another species involved.

Blackbirds
Turtle Doves
Pigeons
Starlings
and what looked like parrots



posted on Jan, 8 2011 @ 01:22 AM
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Wtf is going on birds?

Come on and pull yourselves together!!

Don't stand there and let some measly ass pole shift rustle your feathers.

I say birds, stand up, rise, and fight!

Soar, soar like an eagle, use your talons to rip into that damn magnetic pole, mess em up royally!

*sigh*



posted on Jan, 8 2011 @ 01:25 AM
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Ok, if they don't really know what's going on, why don't they just say that?

Well in Quebec they say that... they've even put criminal investigators from the police on the case.

At least in Canada we ain't screwing around saying it's ``all normal`` or ``fireworks`` like the US...



posted on Jan, 8 2011 @ 01:28 AM
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I think we can take these event .. has a sign ... trouble ahead

first it was bees and now birds dying en masse
the birds are always telling us something .. like the big scene in the day after tomorrow
you see thousand of them flying in the sky fleeing
same thing for rats in indiana jones lol they always know where to go ...

but this time THEY ALL DIE .. this is no indiana jones or the day after tomorrow .. at least they look to have survive


maybe the gov know more about this and they know the bird are dying everywhere not only where there is human population .. where people can witness it
imagine in the forest .. how many died there an we dont know about



posted on Jan, 8 2011 @ 01:30 AM
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Originally posted by Vitchilo
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Ok, if they don't really know what's going on, why don't they just say that?

Well in Quebec they say that... they've even put criminal investigators from the police on the case.

At least in Canada we ain't screwing around saying it's ``all normal`` or ``fireworks`` like the US...


lol i live in Quebec

i didnt see any casualties yet

the firework excuse was .. typical msm cover up .. trying to throw us any theory to make sensation
its their role to pitch us bull%$%



posted on Jan, 8 2011 @ 01:32 AM
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Some people come and talk about how its all normal only for self-comfort, throwing themselves in denial to reassure themselves that nothing is happening, but they know that something is amiss.

You have to remember that some people get scared easily when things start changing..



posted on Jan, 8 2011 @ 01:32 AM
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hmm my first double-post...... Excuse this..


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posted on Jan, 8 2011 @ 01:38 AM
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I love birds, the sounds they make are the sounds of nature we grew up with, a beautiful spring morning is not the same without birds.

I hope this stops because birds are very important to our planet for many reasons.
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posted on Jan, 8 2011 @ 01:57 AM
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Originally posted by _Phoenix_
I love birds, the sounds they make are the sounds of nature we grew up with, a beautiful spring morning is not the same without birds.

I hope this stops because birds are very important to our planet for many reasons.
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i love them to .. but they are very fragile
once a killer illness take control of them ..
by jumping into bird .. they will die and rot almost everywhere they fall
the illness will mutate and jump into bigger animal and bigger and bigger
until the first human get affected .. this illness seem to spread very fast



posted on Jan, 8 2011 @ 02:48 AM
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grave prediction... there hasn't been any disease found so far in any of the deaths, just a blue substance in there mouth awaiting further examination is that correct?



posted on Jan, 8 2011 @ 02:54 AM
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Chronological order of the recent bird/fish kills...

objectsinmotion.org...



posted on Jan, 8 2011 @ 03:05 AM
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interesting compilation. the incidents do not seem to be dying down, an answer must come soon even if this is a coverup, there must be someone that gets an independent study done .



posted on Jan, 8 2011 @ 03:08 AM
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wow this is sad but not unexpected news. Aside from singling out any particular theory (i happen to think it's a convergence of several things at just the right time), here are some of my thoughts on the subject.

I do try to find a 'natural' answer to most anomalies but am not convinced that is the case with these events. Some of my research has led me to the following, which you may find interesting. www.abovetopsecret.com...

remarkably, i have not been able to find previous recordings of similar events ... mass die-offs, yes but not like this ... not in such a confined period of time and not so globally. I am leaning toward the combination of natural events revolving around the current polar shift, magnetosphere reductions and increased solar activity during an increased tectonic movement pattern.

Now, it is true that the blunt force trauma is difficult to explain and i do not discount the cloaked alien ships as a possibility ... i can't see them, so what do i know?

However, in light of the fact that several birds did not die mid-air, trauma by falling to the earth just doesn't ring true for me. Many were reported to be staggering and wandering aimlessly on the ground before collapse. If this reporting is correct, i am truly at a loss for explanation.

I do think 'negative gravity fields' could possibly cause the blood clotting and sudden confusion reported, leading to mid-flight collisions and eventual death, however, this doesn't explain all of the species reported, in all of the locations or the general concept that they were 'struck by something'.

Not pushing the tectonic theory here but it does encompass all of the areas reported, it would effect weaker species in each location and it would account for both the air/water imbalance. Those correlations combined with the polar shift and the extra magnetism exerted by Planet X/Niburu ... could explain a lot.

Here are a few things i do know for sure ... location: SW coastal FL (less than 20 miles from coast) ... 3rd day of close observation = 3 birds total viewed. Not a bird watcher by any means but in this area, Normal = more birds than one can count. just last winter, i became rather upset while riding my bicycle because there were so many birds, being sooooo noisy that i could not hear vehicles approaching. we had multiple squirrels on property ... haven't seen one in 2 days.

was just out shopping earlier today and on 'restaurant row' around 4pm the sky was eerily empty. Clear and blue but empty all the same. One plane passed over during a 30 minute observance. And at another location, closer to the beach, still nothing. No seagulls, no pelicans, no chirping, just the most creepy silence i've heard in years.

this is most unusual for this area. have been here over 20 yrs and this is not normal by any stretch of the imagination. my felines are behaving strangely ... (18 of them) ... the neighbor dogs seem to be 'talking' to each other nightly (about a week now) -- this is weird too, they are not just barking ... they are conversing and it's really neat actually. (wish i understood the conversation)

whatever is happening, they sense it, they feel it and are trying to communicate ... tis a shame we haven't spent more time listening over the years. peace to you and those you love ... cya on the other side.



posted on Jan, 8 2011 @ 03:14 AM
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try this out.www.bullwrinkle.com...
let me know if it works, and wth they are saying.



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