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Originally posted by General.Lee
All I can say is I agree with you. It's a cover up. People have been doing fireworks for decades and we have never seen anything like this. Furthermore, we are seeing dead fish in certain areas as well. Mainstream media cannot be trusted nor can our own government. Something significant happened. I believe something was "tested". A weapon, weather manipulation device or, and this is a big "or", something to do with ET's/UFOs.
latimesblogs.latimes.com... Just days after we ran a story about a NorCal town banning fireworks to save wildlife, young birds here in SoCal were scared right out of the trees during the annual fireworks extravaganzas that rim the Santa Monica Bay. Local marine animal rescue groups report finding numerous birds after this year's displays, some dead or injured, others alive but helpless.
It wasn't a secret government spraying program, Martians or gas seeping out of the New Madrid fault that killed the 5,000 or so blackbirds that died New Year's Eve in Beebe, Ark. It was someone shooting off professional grade fireworks in a residential district, scaring the night-blind birds out of their roost into a 25-mph flight that ran them into houses, signs and even the ground, says Karen Rowe, Arkansas Game and Fish Commission ornithologist.
Originally posted by harrytuttle
A reasonable explanation is that those icons of "events" (be it earthquake or whatever) only stay on the map for a certain amount of time, and then get purged to make room for new events, otherwise the map would very soon be unreadable and clogged with icons.
Being as the first bird die off happened 9 days ago, doesn't this seem like a reasonable explanation?
Originally posted by Char-Lee
reply to post by TheBorg
In the not to long ago old days though, news reporters would have "procured a sample and independently had it tested and they would have tried like heck to tell the whole and true story! Now it was a bottom line on our news cast quick and silent and gone the next day for good.
Vanuatu subduction zone displays diverse seismic behavior, characterized by frequent moderately-sized earthquakes (Mw 5-7), but much fewer events larger than Mw 7.0. The seismic character also varies regionally along the length of the trench. On 07 October 2009 the northern segment of the Vanuatu subduction zone (11° to 14°S) ruptured in three large, shallow, thrust earthquakes. All three (Mw 7.7, 7.8, and 7.4) occurred in close proximity and over the duration of about one hour.
the region has been quite active of late and seems to be increasing in both frequency and magnitude.
earthquake.usgs.gov... - activity date: 11/01/09