bird-ageddon! Things that make us go, Hmmmm!
What the heck is going on? Though the scientist keep telling us that large numbers of birds dying or fish dying happen all the time, most people agree that this is not as usual as they want us all to think that it is. If this was such a usual occurrence, then why have these occurrences been so widely reported? Is it because it happened on and just after New Years Eve? The first report made me pause a moment but the next report and the next report certainly made me think twice about it being normal. Afterall, you can't help but wonder what "blunt --force" caused all of these birds to die mid-air? A cloaked alien spaceship? Can't help but wonder what the heck is going on.
* DEC.29, 2010: VICTORIA -- Horrified nature-lovers at Goldstream Provincial Park watched as the Goldstream River turned bright green late Wednesday afternoon. http://news.nationalpost.com/2010/12/30/victoria-river-mysteriously-turns-bright...
Dec. 30, 2010: Rio De Janeiro, Brazil: 100 tons of Sardines, Croaker and Catfish washed ashore dead.
Dec. 31, 2010: Beebe, Arkansas: thousands of Redwing Blackbirds plummeted to earth dead.
Jan 3, 2011: Arkansas River: Over 100 fish found dead.
Jan. 4, 2011: Point Coupee Parish, Louisiana: 500 dead Redwinged Blackbirds.
Jan. 4 2011: Sarnia, Ontario: Hundreds of fish washed on shore dead on St. Clair river.
Jan. 5. 2011: Chesapeake Bay, Maryland: 2 million fish dead.
Jan. 5. 2011: Falkoeping, West Sweden: Hundreds of Jackdaw "crow-type" birds dead.
Jan. 5, 2011: Coromandel Peninsula, New Zealand: Hundreds of Snapper fish with eyes missing wash up on local beaches.
"Religious fears of the world's collapse are not the only theories emerging from the recent slew of animal deaths. Government cover-ups are also being fed, including the theory that the High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program known as HAARP is behind the death of the birds." The Alaska-based facility states it is used to conduct ionospheric research, but is often blamed for causing earthquakes and storms and is described by some as a super-secret weapon operated by the government
"That's been a popular one for the last two decades," said Dr. Michael Shermer, publisher of Skeptic magazine and a columnist for Scientific American. "It naturally generates paranoia, it's like Area 51." Article by By Michael Sheridan
"Personally, I definitely do believe we're in the End of Days, and I believe there is a lot of evidence of that," Steve Wohlberg,an author and theologian who has written several books about the end of the world, told the Daily News.
"On the Earth today, there's a lot of violence, and a lot of corruption," Wohlberg said. "Indicators are flashing that there's a storm ahead of us."
Interesting theories will abound around the world, while plenty of "scientist" will assure us that all is well, no need to fear. Actually, there's nothing unusual about that, now is there?