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Dead Blackbirds Fall From the Sky Again in Beebe, Arkansas, on New Year's Eve

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posted on Jan, 2 2012 @ 05:40 AM
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who says there's a spike at new year?

bigger bird die offs happen at other times why arn't you going ape about those?


More importantly, why aren't there MILLIONS of reports of bird deaths from ALL OVER THE COUNTRY and ALL AROUND THE WORLD at New Years, considering the MILLIONS of fireworks celebrations all around the globe? Why only in a small Arkansas town for two years in a row?


LOL you think bird die offs don't happen anywhere else on this particular day? just that place? Yeah becuase if its not reported in the news it just doesn't happen

and this incident is tiny "dozens", thats nothing compared to other bird die offs we have seen in the past. So about 1 % of this flock died. wow
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posted on Jan, 2 2012 @ 05:54 AM
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Originally posted by yeti101
who says there's a spike at new year?

bigger bird die offs happen at other times why arn't you going ape about those?


The POINT of the THREAD is that thousands of birds have died on two consecutive New Years in one little Arkansas town.

In BOTH instances, authorities (who have NOT INVESTIGATED the bird deaths), have attempted to BLAME the deaths on fireworks, okay?

Now, try to follow this: If fireworks could kill THOUSANDS of birds in one little town during a New Years celebration, as CNN is spinning it, then there should be a SPIKE of MILLIONS upon MILLIONS of dead birds all around the stinking world following these global fireworks events.

The fireworks explanation thus falls flat, because there IS NOT a spike in bird deaths at New Years, nor at Chinese New Years, nor at the Fourth of July, nor at any other fireworks celebration.

There is no evidence, period, that fireworks kill birds.

Try to stay on topic.




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posted on Jan, 2 2012 @ 07:26 AM
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It just seems so coincidental that the massive die-offs occur when there is seismic activity. Yesterday I heard of earthquakes in Ohio, New Zealand, Siberia, and a very substantial one in Japan were a friend of mine lives. I know that these quakes happen all the time, but they were at least a 4.0 or greater. (the one off the coast of Japan was like a 6.8) Also, I don't see anyone talking about HAARP. Is that no longer in the realm of possibility?



posted on Jan, 2 2012 @ 07:29 AM
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Well you do know that it is a little known or reported fact that the US Government has admitted to killing wild animals by the thousands on the past, right?

www.naturalnews.com...

news.yahoo.com...

www.ktiv.com...

www.csmonitor.com...

www.aphis.usda.gov...



posted on Jan, 2 2012 @ 07:38 AM
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Originally posted by dissident1987
It just seems so coincidental that the massive die-offs occur when there is seismic activity. Yesterday I heard of earthquakes in Ohio, New Zealand, Siberia, and a very substantial one in Japan were a friend of mine lives. I know that these quakes happen all the time, but they were at least a 4.0 or greater. (the one off the coast of Japan was like a 6.8) Also, I don't see anyone talking about HAARP. Is that no longer in the realm of possibility?


HAARP is always a possibility because no one fully understands its capabilities, other than those involved with the project.



posted on Jan, 2 2012 @ 08:50 AM
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Originally posted by SGTSECRET
HAARP is always a possibility because no one fully understands its capabilities, other than those involved with the project.


HAARP is a ground-based radio project, okay? They can pump a billion watts of RF energy into the ionosphere, which propagates for thousands of miles around the globe... In essence, it's a big radio jammer. Now, although some radio technology is directional, there is no way to PINPOINT a specific area of the plant's surface (such as Beebe, Ark) with a blast of RF energy from the other end of the continent.

It can't be done. That's absurd.

Beyond that, IF a billion-watt transmission somehow ZAPPED Beebe, Arkansas, then why did it only kill birds of one species? Why didn't it kill sparrows and starlings, as well? Why not cardinals and robins and bluejays? Why not frogs and fish and reptiles? Why not cats and dogs? Why not Humans?

See? HAARP may be a lot of things, but I very seriously doubt that it's a gamma knife for exterminating specific SPECIES.


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posted on Jan, 2 2012 @ 10:35 AM
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did the fireworks in Arkansas kill 20 tons of fish in Norway?????????
dead fish in Norway



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posted on Jan, 2 2012 @ 11:26 AM
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Originally posted by rebellender
did the fireworks in Arkansas kill 20 tons of fish in Norway?????????
dead fish in Norway


THATS WHAT IM TALKIN ABOUT. yessssssssss so when i posted HOURS ago asking if any dead fish too i was hoping something would come up. of course i didnt know but at the same time judging by how this has happend BEFORE i figured might as well give it a shot. am i still crazy for saying is there dead fish? didnt think so.

hold on while i count my awesome points...
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posted on Jan, 2 2012 @ 11:55 AM
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I don't think any fireworks killed them directly, perhaps they were frightened and dove into the ground. Some odd gene mutation in these particular black birds that causes them to be skiddish or something.

Or there is a mad scientist that set up shop around Bebee.
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posted on Jan, 2 2012 @ 11:58 AM
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you know,,if it has something to do with HAARP it can happen to mammals also if they just turn up the dial



posted on Jan, 2 2012 @ 12:05 PM
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What bothers me is they pass this off as "normal" or "not uncommon", offer a convenient explanation then nobody really investigates it. This is not very normal IMO, no matter if it has happened before or not.

What happens if one day a town full of people just drop dead for no apparent reason? Will a lackluster explanation suffice then? This should be some cause for alarm, because as far as we know stuff just drops dead en mass, shouldn't this merit some kind of serious investigation to see if we are in harms way?
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posted on Jan, 2 2012 @ 12:55 PM
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Originally posted by rebellender
did the fireworks in Arkansas kill 20 tons of fish in Norway?????????
dead fish in Norway


Apparently they've had similar fish die-offs in this Norwegian town before, but it was back in the 80s. In the Norway case, all 20 tons of fish are herring... No crabs, no birds, nothing but the one species of herring.

I think these are not mere "die-offs" but are KILLS with an intelligent (if not logical) purpose. I mean, mass die-offs of INDIVIDUAL SPECIES sounds like intelligent targeting.

If it was the result of lightning or fireworks or poisoning, why only ONE SPECIES represented? Why not a broad cross-section of life forms in the area.



posted on Jan, 2 2012 @ 01:01 PM
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yep as if someone is testing a weapon .... no doubt about it
think about frequencies that is the target
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posted on Jan, 2 2012 @ 02:30 PM
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I believe the real question to ask ourselves is, did this happen anywhere else too. I know for a FACT that Beebe, Arkansas was not the only place on the map that had firework displays.

Plenty of fireworks over here in the state of Oregon and i havent seen a single dead bird. I at first leaned torwards the theory that the birds Migratory schedule is all jacked up but then i started thinking to myself "If thats the case, then what was last July (best month of the year by the way) all about?"

The mere fact that its happened twice in Beebe Arkansas at two COMPLETELY different times of the year (One in the summer and one in Winter) is to say the least, quite strange and a bit bewildering.

Do I have an answer? Hell no. But the one thing that i am seeing is a new consistency.

Two differnt times of the year, two massive events. Birds.....just dying....mid flight......thats freakin weird

Someones forgetting to replace the batteries?



posted on Jan, 2 2012 @ 02:34 PM
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Originally posted by ZeskoWhirligan

Originally posted by SGTSECRET
HAARP is always a possibility because no one fully understands its capabilities, other than those involved with the project.


HAARP is a ground-based radio project, okay? They can pump a billion watts of RF energy into the ionosphere, which propagates for thousands of miles around the globe... In essence, it's a big radio jammer. Now, although some radio technology is directional, there is no way to PINPOINT a specific area of the plant's surface (such as Beebe, Ark) with a blast of RF energy from the other end of the continent.

It can't be done. That's absurd.

Beyond that, IF a billion-watt transmission somehow ZAPPED Beebe, Arkansas, then why did it only kill birds of one species? Why didn't it kill sparrows and starlings, as well? Why not cardinals and robins and bluejays? Why not frogs and fish and reptiles? Why not cats and dogs? Why not Humans?

See? HAARP may be a lot of things, but I very seriously doubt that it's a gamma knife for exterminating specific SPECIES.


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Well said. That is a very valid point. I cant imagine there is some mad scientist sitting behind a control desk giggling to himself "I killed those damned birds! HAHAHAH!"

No....so well said my friend.



posted on Jan, 3 2012 @ 12:06 AM
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Originally posted by mthgs602

Originally posted by ZeskoWhirligan

Originally posted by SGTSECRET
HAARP is always a possibility because no one fully understands its capabilities, other than those involved with the project.


HAARP is a ground-based radio project, okay? They can pump a billion watts of RF energy into the ionosphere, which propagates for thousands of miles around the globe... In essence, it's a big radio jammer. Now, although some radio technology is directional, there is no way to PINPOINT a specific area of the plant's surface (such as Beebe, Ark) with a blast of RF energy from the other end of the continent.

It can't be done. That's absurd.

Beyond that, IF a billion-watt transmission somehow ZAPPED Beebe, Arkansas, then why did it only kill birds of one species? Why didn't it kill sparrows and starlings, as well? Why not cardinals and robins and bluejays? Why not frogs and fish and reptiles? Why not cats and dogs? Why not Humans?

See? HAARP may be a lot of things, but I very seriously doubt that it's a gamma knife for exterminating specific SPECIES.


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Well said. That is a very valid point. I cant imagine there is some mad scientist sitting behind a control desk giggling to himself "I killed those damned birds! HAHAHAH!"

No....so well said my friend.


so you just posted the capabilities about haarp that have come out as if that means we know everything that is possible with the device. so sure, well said stating what we know, however you are forgetting about what we dont know. could there be more to the device, sure nobody knows. im not saying haarp caused this to happen im just saying it is extremely closed minded to claim that what we have been told about haarp is all there is. just because you dont think certain things are scientifically possible doesnt mean 'mad scientists' haven't figured it out..



posted on Jan, 3 2012 @ 04:21 PM
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I believe that the tragedy of the Dead Blackbirds is sad because in a couple of years, there would be a limited amount of the Blackbird Population! Scientists need to gather all of the rest of the Blackbirds and possibly make it where there will plenty of Blackbirds to help decrease the amount of insects that end up smacking against every single citizen's windshield when they are riding on the road and they get too busy with going where they need to go, to just turn on the windshield wipers!



posted on Jan, 3 2012 @ 04:46 PM
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When I read about these bird kills in Arkansas, I can't help but think of the seismic activity in this area the last few years. I think there's a connection - possibly methane gas being released? Anyway, it's too bad, one of my best friends is a bird.



posted on Jan, 3 2012 @ 07:20 PM
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Originally posted by SGTSECRET
so you just posted the capabilities about haarp that have come out as if that means we know everything that is possible with the device. so sure, well said stating what we know, however you are forgetting about what we dont know. could there be more to the device, sure nobody knows. im not saying haarp caused this to happen im just saying it is extremely closed minded to claim that what we have been told about haarp is all there is. just because you dont think certain things are scientifically possible doesnt mean 'mad scientists' haven't figured it out.


This is what I know about RF (radio frequency) technology, and I've been practicing two-way radio communications since the early 1970s — Radio is a technology based on creating "ripples" in the Earth's electromagnetic field, and we're talking about ripples in three dimensions, in concentric spheres originating at the transmission point. Instantaneously, at the speed of light, these ripples reach the ionosphere, an area of the Earth's atmosphere starting at around 50 kilometers altitude, where RF energy interacts with charged solar particles that have been captured by Earth's magnetic field.

As the solar wind interacts with the Earth's magnetic field, directing the charged particles into the ionosphere, the ionosphere RIPPLES all by itself with BILLIONS of watts of energy. It produces the billowing Aurora Borealis, as the captured energy ionizes atoms in the Earth's atmosphere — as these atoms are ionized, they release light of different colors, depending on which atmospheric elements are reacting to the energy waves.

This ionization occurs, appropriately enough, in the ionosphere. Huge amounts of radio frequency energy are released during this ionization; this RF noise additionally scatters your radio signals.

The ionosphere behaves like a RF catcher's mitt, okay? But your weak, ground-based radio transmissions don't just STOP when they intersect the ionosphere — this energy splatters unpredictably in every direction. The phenomenal part is that the ionosphere acts like a field of dominoes, and your transmission can propagate in all directions for thousands and thousands of miles... FAR beyond your line-of-sight transmission capability.

That is to say, your radio may only be capable of transmitting a strong line-of-sight signal for, say, 40 miles. BUT, when it intersects the ionosphere, your signal may be propagated for THOUSANDS and THOUSANDS of miles, and you don't know IN WHICH direction.

Even if you use a directional (so-called beam) antenna, you don't know precisely which direction your signal is going once it connects with the ionosphere. Remember, the ionosphere is like a gigantic field of dominoes. When your signal reaches the ionosphere, it SPLATTERS unpredictably. You could be talking to somebody 50 miles away, in the next county, but your signal might propagate to Quebec, or Jamaica, or Japan, or ANYWHERE, locations FAR BEYOND your actual transmission capability.

This phenomenon is known as Electrostatic Skip, or E-Static Skip, or just SKIP. Science still does not know HOW or WHY it works. It's a profound mystery.

Radio energy researchers have been struggling to determine HOW E-Static Skip works for a hundred years. The HAARP project is ALL ABOUT figuring out how to make this random propagation of RF energy work FOR us. They called it an experiment in Aurora research, although HAARP has never successfully caused a manmade auroral display, nor altered the natural display.

I mean, compared to the billions and billions of watts of energy NATURALLY rippling around the Earth's ionosphere, our best manmade efforts are like throwing a kitchen match into a bonfire. Our best efforts just don't make much of a difference.

What we DO know about HAARP in the radio community is that HAARP can definitely jam analog radio transmission and reception almost anywhere in the world. Just not directionally. When they fire it up, HAARP can shut down old-style analog radio traffic worldwide.

HENCE the campaign to convert all ANALOG television and radio to DIGITAL technology in the last ten or fifteen years. You see the benefit, right?

The government can MONITOR and CONTROL all digital radio, TV and cellphone traffic now. There's no communications traffic OUTSIDE of the gubbmint's control... EXCEPT for old-style analog.

If a revolution broke out, the rebels could NOT communicate and organize using digital technology — because the government OWNS the digital space. All the rebels could use is old-style ANALOG communications technology.

HAARP can shut down analog traffic worldwide, because the ionosphere propagates RF energy worldwide. THAT is the purpose of HAARP — it puts the unpredictable nature of E-Static Skip to use.



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