posted on Jan, 13 2009 @ 01:18 PM
Some years back, I was looking into the Bermuda Triangle mystery. I came across an explanation that at first seemed silly, but when I looked into it,
combined with some of the other theories I personally believe are accurate on electromagnetism, gravitation, and time dilation, it started sounding
It may be possible for ionized gas clouds under certain conditions to create a kind of energy surge that can resonate throughout gravitational as well
as electromagnetic fields. If the seismic activity now occurring around the West Coast is coming from oceanic releases of pockets of ionized gas, it
is just possible that the magnetic flux lines could be shifted enough for the pelicans to lose their navigational ability to some extent.
That could impact their ability to catch food and could also explain why they would be flying into objects... basically, their senses are saying what
is there is not there, but somewhere else. Like they try to fly around an object, but they sense that object several feet to one side or another of
its true location.
There could also be time variations, meaning that the pelicans could be trying for fish that used to be there, or even so severe that boats hit by the
pelicans could be seen by those pelicans as being where they were some time earlier.
Now some people are going to think I'm crazy for posting this, but that's OK. There are probably 4 or 5 different areas of research I am slowly
pursuing that lead to accusations of such on a regular basis. Don't ask me for exact data on the phenomena; it would take 20 threads to explain it.
Read and understand Einstein, Tesla, Townsend Brown, Professor John R. R. Searle, and a few others if you want to know more about the
In the meantime, look out for gas clouds coming from the ocean floor in that area.