Do you believe the large number of recent dead birds are related and what is cau

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  1. DarkSinistar profile image86
    DarkSinistarposted 7 years ago

    Do you believe the large number of recent dead birds are related and what is causing it?

    In recent days, large numbers of birds have been found dead in Arkansas, Louisiana and now Sweden. Do you believe this is a coincidence or are the events related? What could be the reason for such a large number of birds apparently falling from the sky?

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  2. Vicki.Pierce profile image68
    Vicki.Pierceposted 7 years ago

    This is quite a phenomenon!  I read today that the birds suffered blunt trauma.  Well, DUH!  They fell from the sky and hit the pavement! 

    My opinion, for what it's worth, would be that they are related incidents.  That is WAY too many birds to be a coincidence.

  3. vicki goodwin profile image76
    vicki goodwinposted 7 years ago

    The more birds that fall the more odd this event becomes.

    Some of the news people have reported that this is not a unique phenomenon, it is just that now that we are looking for patterns we are seeing them. I personally think this is an increase in birds dropping from the sky.

    As of yet, the scientists have not, that I  have seen, speculated on an actual cause beyond the first explanation of firecrackers from new years celebration scaring the blackbirds which unaccustomed to flying at night became confused and flew into buildings.

  4. DarkSinistar profile image86
    DarkSinistarposted 7 years ago

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    Thanks for the responses Vicki and, um... Vicki! I just saw another report where 700-1000 turtle doves have fallen from the sky in the northwestern Italian city of Faenza over the past few days. I hope it is just a freak series of unrelated coincidences, but I agree that the more it happens the harder it is to believe there is not some sort of connection.

  5. awoodog profile image56
    awoodogposted 7 years ago

    Probably some government or military experiment. Nobody will ever say.

  6. dreiph profile image56
    dreiphposted 7 years ago

    I will answer this question soon by publishing a full story data so far researched about HAARP.

    Here is the start: http://hubpages.com/hub/HAARP-or-why-bi … om-the-sky

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