Originally posted by Evil3unnie
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Strange Radar Images over Area of Arkansas Bird Die Offs, is This Evidence of HAARP?
Odd indeed, going to see what else I can find.edit on 8-1-2011 by Evil3unnie because: (no reason given)edit on 8-1-2011 by Evil3unnie because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by SeekerofTruth101
Looking at the google map of bird and fish deaths, it seems a pretty widespread, globally even.
Perhaps a few stationary satallites orbiting in space by the airforce (? country) releasing toxins and chemicals such as phosgene (induces suffocation) into the atmosphere, affecting our air and seas as Earth rotates? And continuing to do so?edit on 8-1-2011 by SeekerofTruth101 because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by porschedrifter
This is amazing. Finally some proof.
This definitely supports some kind of very dense gas release, HAARP, or something of that nature!!
Very interested in finding out what the other radar data confirms from the other sites.
Originally posted by vor78
Originally posted by harrytuttle
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?
Actually, I can believe that. I live in northern Arkansas and I've seen blackbird flocks numbering in the millions before. When I was growing up not too many years ago, they used to fly right over my house on their way to roost. It was a solid, unbroken stream of birds for two or three hours every night. So yes, I can believe that what they picked up on radar was actually just the blackbird flock!
Now what killed them? I'm not as sure about that.
Originally posted by thewholepicture
wow, finally something, good post S&F
Now let's check out the radars for the other places.
Yesterday, we brought you our meteorological mystery, a series of interesting echoes on the DUALDoppler5000. Our initial suspicion was that it might have been a flock of birds that had been scared into flying off from a resting spot all at once. A number of you commented, suggesting variations of the same: buzzards from cell phone towers or gulls from the landfill. All were plausible explanations, but there was nothing that exactly matched the data we saw, so we couldn't draw any hard conclusions.
After scratching our heads, we asked Dr. Sandra Yuter, an NC State meteorology professor and expert in radar and other "remote sensing" tools, to take a look at the data. After a preliminary assessment, she and some of her graduate students were able to rule some things out, including:
Birds ("It is... certainly not vultures")
A steam cloud
Anomalous propagation (what you might hear referred to on TV as "ground clutter"; although, that's not exactly correct)
Second trip echoes (returns from objects beyond a radar's nominal range)
Something related to the Shearon-Harris plant
Even with those things ruled out — including the rather popular theories about birds, buzzards, and vultures — the source of these interesting radar returns remains a mystery