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General News    H4'ed 1/6/11

Does the Blackbird Fly at Night?

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"Thousands of dead birds and fish in Arkansas leave many scratching heads" -"yahoo news

 

Ok, here I present you with a challenge. I challenge you to think about this particular phenomenon. What do you believe caused the blackbird to fly at night? Other then the Owl, the hawk and other predatory types, most birds roost at night. Once in flight, what do you suppose happened to these birds to drop them from the sky? Forensic medicine has them dying of blunt force trauma. What could cause thousands of birds to die of blunt force trauma while in flight? You might conclude that the birds ran into the trees or some other barrier. Perhaps in fear. Fireworks were being set off that night as it was New Years. What I wonder is why in all the years that fireworks have been set off, I have not heard of an occurrence like this before?

I am no Doomsayer. I do not have the opinion that this is some sort of sign that the end is near. I do not believe this to be prophesy fulfilled.

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I tend to watch animal behavior and the last time an animal acted in a way that was not natural was when the Sea Lions from California swam en mass to Oregon.

The Haiti earthquake happened shortly after that occurance of odd animal behavior.

sea lions 01/08/2010 -Associated Press click here

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Haiti 01/12/10 -Wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2010_Haiti_earthquake

Everything on earth emits a form of energy. I wonder if the birds ran into an electromagnetic irregularity and like a wall it mashed them? Maybe the Sea Lions felt a shift in electromagnetic energy in their neck of the sea and ran for more normal waters?

Have you reached a conclusion yet? I bet you've read this and decided that you would not take the challenge. This will be explained by the experts and you have better things to think about? Ok. I will think about this for you too. Maybe I will figure it out. Maybe I won't. It is food for thought.

-Tereasa Sanders-Halligan

*NOTE* I posted this on Facebook yesterday and had numerous comments in reply. I still say that I am no Doomsayer or someone who panics over every weird thing out there. I am a bit more concerned today however. I had already read about the dead birds and fish in Arkansas and Louisiana. Today I read about more dead birds. This time In Sweden. What gives? I don't want to jump off of the deep end when that may not be neccessary but my concern level is rising. I am 46 years old and have never been aware of this happening in such a short time span on such a large scale before. I do want to point out that when reading about what to look out for in regards to Terrorism, we are told that dead birds are definately worth our concern and should be reported. They could be indicators of bio or chemical terrorism. I am not saying this is what happened but darned if the hair on my head is not standing up!

 

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