Wednesday, January 5, 2011

Haarp Testing? Dead Birds, Fish Worldwide

Note: Off Economic Topic. Have birds ever been reported killed during 4th of July fireworks? Haarp Testing? 
Earth's Magnetic Field? Polar Shifting?

Blackbirds are having hard time staying alive in the Southeast.
Just a few days after 3,000 blackbirds fell from the sky in Arkansas, about 500 birds dropped to their death in Louisiana, littering a quarter-mile stretch of highway near Baton Rouge. It wasn't clear if the deaths were linked, but such massive wildlife kills are far from uncommon.

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Biologists were trying to figure out what killed the birds in rural Pointe Coupee Parish, La. About 300 miles to the north, in the small town of Beebe in central Arkansas, scientists said celebratory fireworks on New Year's Eve likely sent thousands of discombobulated blackbirds into such a tizzy that they crashed into homes, cars and each other before plummeting to their deaths. Still, officials acknowledged it's unlikely they'll ever pinpoint a cause with certainty.

Dead birds on bridge is a natural occurrence?

UK. Dead fish discovered in canal marina near Abergavenny

Tons Of Dead Fish Wash Ashore In Brazil

Italy: Fish, Clams, Shellfish 

Dead Birds Fall from Sky in Central Sweden

Thousands Of Fish Dead In Florida

Two Million Fish Found Dead In Maryland

Hundreds of Dead fish Have Been Found in a Pond In Michigan 

Tonnes of Farm Fish Found Dead



  1. Or was it power lines? Or maybe hail? Ha Ha Ha, once again, you can be absolutely positively sure we will never ever know the truth.

  2. What if they are testing to eliminate by specific genetics. That would explain why only one kind of species in certain areas.

  3. yeah doing or testing something,.
    or well yeah, like it said-they flew into each other..they should have guide wires affixed to them in this case, and true everytime a bird has flown into my window it died-for sure it did, and when ones in the tree and i make noise it just plain falls out and dies, and when the cat even prowls on the approach the bird just plain ol does...i saw

    ridiculous, last few nights the state transportation dept has been shooting noise guns-very loud-at the starlings on the interstate bridge here, and they do this most every year, kills no birds either by startling or them panicked into heavy hwy traffic, and within minutes the birds return, and they fire the noise guns again..goes on til the sun sets, year after year. so to say fireworks startled to death 4,000 birds is laughable, we should believe 4,000 birds flew into..oooh 2,500 cars say? residental area with 2,500 cars driving by in minutes? LOLOLOLOL..but hey-their the authorities and pay roll scientists and we should not question

  4. The answers are (1) global warming and (2) pollution. Changing ocean temperatures are driving sea life into different locations where they may not survive and pollution has been killing all sorts of animals on land and sea for years.

    Our oceans are extremely polluted and the Gulf disaster made it worse. Ships dump crap into the oceans constantly and run-offs from giant animal factories and giant farms routinely kill sea life. I no longer eat any sea food unless it is wild caught in northern seas.

    The dead birds could be the result of gas releases from fracking, volcanoes, earthquakes, etc. Or from sound waves (just what is HAARP doing?). One thing is for sure: fireworks didn't do it.

  5. could be the polar shift, say it's making whales beach anyway. 40 miles per yr and accelerating..check out the south atlantic anomalie

  6. what make it scary is that fact that such an event took place all over the world and over the course of a couple of days . I honestly wouldnt blame pollution; this was a bit too sudden and those biologist are crazy if they truely believe that these deaths are the work of cars and fireworks.the fact is none of it adds up



  8. How about checking out Zecharia Sitchen. Really smart man. Yes is was HAARP. I believe it 100% on their experiments especially with and the fault lines in Arkansas. When FEMA starts poking around. Except something is about to happen. I figure around the end of May this year.

  9. I live in SW Arkansas and has travelled through Little Rock, to a small town just NE of Little Rock twice this weekend...
    There were no visable fireworks on NYE. I didn't get to my destination until after midnight that marked NYE, it seems like we would have saw them.

  10. I think haarp is interesting, but it is still just a project, it could only have a range similar to light. i dont really know what would really happen if the polarity were reversed but i think if you measured the surrounding magnetic force and did the math you could cause an earthquake of any size and with enough output you could split the earth in two like nicola tesla said,

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