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Originally posted by TheWalkingFox
reply to post by mistermonculous
Geese tend to fly north over my house as well. The reason is simple - the best place for waterfowl to eat and rest is north of me. it gets dark, some of them decide to make a U-turn and settle in for the night. or they're coming in from the west or east and see what amounts to a Canada Goose version of a truck stop.
They're birds, not robots.
Originally posted by Regenstorm
OP, I think you should look into the theories/myths surrounding the hollow earth. Migrating birds that normally would fly south this time of year have been observed flying north before. It's a phenomena that has been observed before.
Originally posted by spirit_horse
reply to post by dogstar23
Well, I have one question if there is no crustal pole shift type major movement of land in a fast way. How is it that animals like the wooly mamoth that was found in Siberia frozen in the ice still had butter cups in its mouth from eating in a summer field?
edit on 10/10/11 by spirit_horse because: (no reason given)