posted on Jan, 8 2011 @ 10:15 AM
Originally posted by logicize
Until I saw that 3D radar image I thought that maybe the magnetic field changes caused them to fly up when startled, til they ran out of oxygen, then
they crashed back to the ground. But that image shows that there was definitely something there in the sky with them.
I am with you on this. I read the article. Very well written, reassuring typical of the paid media, but unfortunately an insane flaw the author
1. He claimed rightly that the birds often fly at low levels only. On that night, probably startled by the sound of the fireworks, they probably did
indeed fly in the night, even though they do not usually fly at night. The flaw lays in that he claims the bird blindly flew - from 2500 to 12000 ft
Even if they were blind at night, the birds would have understood and felt gravity pull. A bird cannot just simply shoot up 10,000 ft within minutes
like a rocket, the way the rader image is showing
He attributed that at such heights, they lost oxygen and fell to the ground. But at such heights, there is still oxygen in the air. Most free-fall
parachutists jump at such heights and needs no oxygen tanks, but only for higher levels such as 22,000 ft.
2. The fireworks theory may had been applicable in this case, as it may had startled the birds, but for other cases where fireworks had long gone? Not
everynight or day is a firework display day as the deaths had continued till now. And it does not account for the massive fish deaths.
As the 3d radar had shown, there was SOMETHING up there - an unusual air turbulence - chemical sprayed clouds or.......
edit on 8-1-2011 by
SeekerofTruth101 because: (no reason given)