Monday, January 9, 2012
Birds drop dead from the sky, but it is not an isolated case ...
Thousands of dead birds suddenly drop out of the sky in Arkansas, all within a mile of one another but it's not an isolated incident (see map) there have been infact several of these cases including fishes deaths, scattered around the globe between the end of December 2010 and the 5th of January 2011, mostly fishes deaths including sea mammals and birds deaths in Sweden, The US and China.
It so happen that fishes birds and sea mammal (whales) use electromagnetic frequencies for navigation and orientation.
It seems like being in a movie I watched last week, "the core" where similar phenomena would be caused by electro-magnetic field alteration as a result of the earth core dieing!
Other causes could be attributed to secret experiments and projects carried out by the world's govenrments but mainly by the US without our knowledge, interfering with the electro magnetic fields of the earth to control gravity for various purposes, power above all doubts.
Below other catastrophies that could be linked to the same cause.
Louisiana: Blackbirds are having hard time staying alive in the Southeastern U-S. Just a few days after as many as 5 thousand fell from the sky in Arkansas, some 500 birds dropped to their death in Louisiana.
There has been a some abnormal soil activity
that causes holes in the ground appearing from nowhere this phenomenon it is still unesplicable although researchers attribute it to soil depression caused by leaks that overtime erodes the earth underground and generate sinkholes.
I believe these are results of electromagnetic and gravity experiments both the Harp Project and the Hydron Collider (Cern)
Here's a list of Sinkholes happening in the US I will populate this list once obtained more information
JULY 24, 2010 in MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN Milwaukee Sinkhole 2010 – One of the things that it swallowed was a Cadillac Escalade SUV. The driver of
the vehicle named Lance Treankler luckily escaped uninjured, although the outcome could have been an entirely different, tragic story.
JULY 24, 2010, in HUNTINGTON, WEST VIRGINIA
If you are planning on crossing the Fifth Street Robert C. Byrd Bridge or driving on Huntington’s Fourth Avenue, you will have to make some route adjustments. On Friday afternoon a large sinkhole opened at the intersection of Fourth Avenue and Fifth Street. The hole has potentially destabilized most of the roadway which is located near the bridge.
JULY 23, 2010 BIRMINGHAM ALABAMA ALDOT has drilled down about 40 feet so far. Still, they have to go another ten feet. "If the weather cooperates and the other findings as we continue to escavate look okay to us. We should have the sinkhole filed and traffic shifted back to normal patterns by the end of next week. Hopefully we will not be closing any more lanes." Harris said.(origin of article)
OCTOBER 2009, HOPKINS COUNTY, KENTUCKY
The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet is repairing a sinkhole in southern Hopkins County that has caused headaches for drivers along Kentucky 2171 over the last eight months. The hole appeared in October 2009, taking up an entire lane. Traffic has had to be pushed over to the shoulder of the road to avoid the hole. Engineers are still studying to see what exactly caused the hole to form, but the Transportation Cabinet says the sinkhole was more than likely caused by coal mining tunnels,which are all over the region. Transportation crews plan to make additional repairs to the road in two weeks. In all, repairs to the hole are expected to cost almost $50,000. (origin of article)
JULY 24, 2010, WESTCHESTER, CHICAGO
If one family embodies the aggravation of 2010's stormy summer, the Lewandowskis of Highridge Avenue in Westchester very well may be it. Their odyssey started with basement flooding on June 23, when the Chicago area, and western suburbs in particular, were battered by fierce storms and rain. Two days later, after clearing and cleaning their finished basement, the Lewandowskis noticed that their beloved backyard lilac tree was being swallowed by an acrid sinkhole. Their brief investigation concluded that a collapsed sewer line was the source of the sinkhole. The village was called and officials agreed that the line needed to be replaced. They scheduled a crew to do the work. (origin of article)
JULY 27, 2010, SAVANNAH, GA
A sinkhole appeared Wednesday near the intersection of Warner and West Bay streets, according to Savannah-Chatham police. About 2:30 p.m., several motorists called to report the growing hole on the 600 block of Bay, near Yamacraw Village. The hole appeared to be about 2 1/2-feet wide by 8 feet deep. No injuries were reported as a result of the sinkhole, said Gena Moore, metro police spokeswoman. (origin of article)