posted on Feb, 1 2011 @ 12:57 PM
If this was posted earlier, sorry, I have school work to do, and didn't want to read 12 pages. So I did a quick Google search for "Do crows
migrate", and came up with a link to Cornell.edu. It cites multiple cases where researchers have studied crows migratory patterns. This was for the
American North East. It's a short read, two paragraphs.
American Crows can be considered partially migratory. That is, some populations migrate, others are resident, and in others...
Also, the cameraman said it was late in the day. Maybe around the time when clouds become pink? I know about the colors in the sky and earthquakes, or
at least the hypothesis that they are connected. Was there a large earthquake after the filming? If not, I would say look somewhere else for an
explanation. Not every researcher is part of some secret order that is going to withhold information from the public. China is the only country to
predict an earthquake, which they then snubbed their noses at the rest of the world. But there was an aftershock within a year or two after the one
prior that killed a lot of people. The geologists who worked on the first prediction, were never seen from again. So I guess there is two things you
should keep in mind. If China wanted the best for it's people, why wouldn't America? The next is that you don't want to be a scientist working for
China and piss the Chinese government off.
Finally. For all those that think the Government probably know exactly whats going on, is giving way too much credibility to the Feds. Just my two