Last January,a chill was sent up my spine on news that there had been a massive bird die off in Beebe,Arkansas.
Could this be the beginning of the end of the world?
That was my thinking at the time.
I searched frantically for an answer for a month.
Then,I came across ATS.
I immediately signed up,logged on,and was swept away with all the info here.
My original reason for my search for the truth was quickly directed to the many things posted here,and so,I forgot about it.
So,now,I feel I have come full circle,and I want to further research the origins of the "light bulb" going off in my head.
Let's get to it now.
When thousands of blackbirds began falling from the sky in Beebe, Arkansas, late on Dec. 31, 2010, most experts dismissed the event as a random
occurrence. Wildlife officials blamed the sudden death of thousands of red-winged blackbirds on fireworks set off by local New Year's Eve revelers.
But NewsChannel5 Chief Meteorologist Mark Johnson wasn't quite convinced.
So this guy seems to think it was a combination of events occurring in the atmosphere at the time that triggered the event.
"I wanted to also explain the likely cause of each of these events in the blog," Johnson added. "Every one of them had a very logical explanation,
except for Beebe, Arkansas." So, he started to dig deeper. Johnson began to examine the Doppler radar images from Beebe, Ark., at the time of the
event. The flying birds are easily seen in the two-dimensional imagery. But that's all. Johnson then began to examine the 3D images of the atmosphere
over Beebe, Ark., and discovered something interesting. "There it was. This huge plume of turbulence over the Beebe birds just as they began their
frenzied flight," he said.
The turbulence appears above the birds between about 7,000 and 12,000 feet. Johnson realized there are only a few possible explanations for this
phenomena. Birds don't fly that high, and he quickly ruled out military action, a sonic boom, meteor shower or alien invasion. "Something in the
atmosphere, something mysterious, occurred over Beebe Arkansas that night," asserted Johnson. "And I believe it was part of what caused those birds to
fly and then die."
Well,on ATS,someone came up with this.
I will reference you,but I have to go find it again,thanks in advance.
So,with that,I zoomed in on the coordinates ,and I got to tell you,it looks suspicious.
There seems to be some sort of plant,maybe related to fracking,I don't know.
But maybe there was a release of gas,methane,who knows that caused this to happen.
Approximate location of the mysterious plume.
edit on 22-11-2011 by kdog1982 because: (no reason given)
edit on 22-11-2011 by kdog1982 because: (no reason
edit on Tue Nov 22 2011 by DontTreadOnMe because: attempt to fix quote tags