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Originally posted by aoi3610
Here's a thread I wrote, it explains the bird deaths and more.
I've popped this link on several bird death stories, my thread's burried in the deepest part of this site.
You need an open mind, and it'll take you an hour to read it all, and you do need to read it all.
It gets clearer as you go on, the questions asked reveal answers, you cannot skip.
Originally posted by LooseLipsSinkShips
Even if it is a man made influence, the strong will survive. And they will adapt. Thus, is nature.
Originally posted by boondock-saint
Originally posted by unionizerone
Boon do you think
it could of been a plume of poison
that was over that area and killed the
bird that way?
It would NOT explain ALL the incidents
but maybe not all of them are connected either.
While some are connected, and some not.
to be quite honest,
I do NOT know what's causing all these incidents
worldwide but they are continuing to occur somewhere
every day now.
After seeing that 3-D radar image posted of those
birds 9.4 miles wide. There appeared to be some
event happening at a higher elevation over the birds.
The shape of that anomaly looked similar to a blackhole
If the scale is accurate in the pic,
that make this vortex about 3 miles wide.
That is 1 big vortex.
Ozone Solar storms from NASA info
edit on 1/8/2011 by boondock-saint because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by harrytuttle
So I took a screen capture of the news video, and georeferenced it to line up with the county lines in Arkansas in my GIS software.
They say that "plume" on the radar was supposed to be birds, right? Well guess how big that flock of birds was?
9.4 miles across.
Keep in mind, this is just a snapshot of the video - the plume actually got larger, so it was at least 9.4 miles across.
So tell me, are we supposed to believe that there was a red-winged blackbird flock 10 miles across!!?? What kind of horse pucky are they trying to spoon feed us?
UPDATE: The center of the green spot from what appears to be the plume's origin is here: Google Maps 91.889w 35.046n
edit on 8-1-2011 by harrytuttle because: google maps
Originally posted by Wildeagle
Possible methane release?
Here you will find the explanation behind this thought.