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Arkansas - dead birds, fish anomaly. Has anybody got any views, speculation or t

  1. peterxdunn profile image60
    peterxdunnposted 7 years ago

    Arkansas - dead birds, fish anomaly. Has anybody got any views, speculation or theories about...

    this bizarre event?

    Was it fireworks, lightning or some kind of toxic contamination that caused the deaths of these poor creatures? Is the whole thing chem trail related?

  2. Lady Guinevere profile image60
    Lady Guinevereposted 7 years ago

    Read some of Bard of Ely's hubs about Chemtrails and also the Culling down of the Population for starters. You can find him by putting his name in the search box and clicking on hubbers in the box below.

  3. Mbshine profile image59
    Mbshineposted 7 years ago

    ark state veterinarian seems to think new year's revelers with cherry bombs and explosives caused a shock wave which caused the kill...this type of celebration is common in that county. Atopsies all showed internal trauma damage like from  an explosive shock wave.

  4. angel115707 profile image60
    angel115707posted 7 years ago

    fireworks...bahhahaahaa.. yeah just this year?... probably these genetically engineered government crud growing in subsidized farms... corn etc with built in pesticides they already kill off butterflies etc... the more dangerous they strain the plants, the more wildlife they will kill... just wait until the suicide plants get going, and then pollinate other plants by smaller farmers etc... everything might die off...

  5. eovery profile image61
    eoveryposted 7 years ago

    There was a shift in the magnetic field of the earth caused by solar flares and solar winds on the two nights.   Every so often the sun angle is turned to us where the solar winds in the sun causes this effected.  Usually it there is no effects of this to us, but about ten years it was documented that there might have been a small temporary shift in the magnetic poles. 

    No one is writing about this happening last December, but there is documentation of it happening in the past.  And we have documentation that there was solar  flares/solar winds on these nights.    So adding the two together, apparently there that it happened.

    I do not know why NASA and other will not write about this and disclose it?

    So you can see if the birds and fish lost their sense of direction they could be confused and fly until they dropped in exhaustation.

 
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