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Experts Suspect Military Testing Behind Mass Bird and Fish Deaths

Monday, January 10, 2011 16:54
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Terrence Aym                     Jan-08-2011

The birds suffered from acute physical trauma leading to internal hemorrhage and death” -Arkansas Game and Fish Commission


Dead birds and fish in Arkansas
Two animals in two days, have died off by the thousands in Arkansas; a local fish and wildlife official jokingly told a reporter, “We’re waiting on he locusts next”.

(CHICAGO) – It’s been said that Mankind will destroy itself. Unfortunately, during the past 100 years the human race has worked hard to make this prediction come true. Nuclear arsenals can destroy Mankind many times over. Alien biological weapons exist that can annihilate all humanity. Toxins are available that are so deadly a few drops in a city’s water supply can kill millions.

Yet another weapons technology has been under development for some decades. Scalar technology—invented by the genius Nikola Tesla early in the 20th Century—has the potential to turn the environment itself into a weapon and tune its deadly properties into a merciless, near instantaneous killer.

That advanced technology may have just been tested in Arkansas and Louisiana.

Ominous evidence is steadily growing that the bizarre red wing blackbird deaths—now being reported across three states—are not natural.

Although some scientists have proposed that the initial bird death—numbered at 5,000—might have been caused by fireworks, ornithologists scoff at that suggestion.

Other theories floating about include speculation that severe updrafts or a local micro-burst killed all the birds, yet that is highly improbable and does not jive with eyewitness testimony of local residents who watched the birds literally drop from the sky. 



Other witnesses claim that not all the birds that fell were already dead. Some were still alive and appeared confused or dazed. A few even made desperate attempts to seek shelter inside houses—seemingly trying to escape whatever was killing them outdoors.

A freak meteorological phenomenon also cannot account for reports of mass bird deaths that followed the Arkansas incident. Red wing blackbirds have also been seen falling out of the skies over Louisiana and reported by an eyewitness in Kentucky.

“The birds suffered from acute physical trauma leading to internal hemorrhage and death,” the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission said in a statement Monday. “There was no sign of chronic or infectious disease.”

That eliminates the possibility of West Nile virus or some other avian illness.

According to NBC News, Arkansas’s official state veterinarian, Dr. George Badley, stated the blackbirds died in mid-flight, not upon impact with the ground after they fell.

Either the birds ran into something…or something ran into the birds.


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