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    Is anyone paying attention to this? First it was thousands of dead birds (5,000 now) falling from the sky in Arkansas, as well as 20,000 dead fish found in a river. Now today they've found a thousand more dead birds in Louisiana, and Kentucky. Supposedly they died of blunt force trauma, and internal bleeding. What's going on?

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    Arkansas
    Experts say as many as 100,000 drum fish have died suddenly in Arkansas, after several thousand birds mysteriously fell from the sky just before midnight on New Year's eve - kwch.com


    Kentucky
    Woman reports dozens of dead birds in her yard | WPSD Local 6 - News, Sports, Weather - Paducah KY | Local

    Louisiana
    2theadvocate.com | News | Mass La. bird deaths puzzle investigators — Baton Rouge, LA


    Dead Fish
    Dead fish cover 20-miles of Arkansas River - todaysthv.com | KTHV | Little Rock, AR

    Arkansas birds died with internal bleeding: officials

    Arkansas birds died with internal bleeding: officials - CTV News
     
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    Global warming.

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    That would be prudent.

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    All kinds of theories out there....just a few minutes ago some scientist was saying that blackbirds follow the leader, somewhat like lemmings, in this case.

    He said if the leader got screwed up and somehow hit the pavement the rest would follow him down.

    Sounds like a bird-brained theory to me. From what I know of birds which fly in flocks they alternate "leaders" and it is not at all uncommon for the lead bird to fall back and the next in line simply takes over, they do not all fall to the back of the line just because the one in front of them does so - nor would they intentionally ground themselves head first, either.

    They've autopsied some of the birds and they're finding large blood clots in the bodies.

    Something they ate, maybe?

    Fish, perhaps.
     
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    The birds they showed on TV last night were either starlings or red wing black birds, neither of which eat fish...

    There were also tornados in Arkansas last week, so it is a couple of days of "freaky friday".....

    Sure the conspiracy theorists and religous wingnuts are having a field day...
     
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    I was kidding..... :)

    Nevertheless, since they don't tend to die en-masse either it's as workable a theory as any.
     
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    And now there are dead birds in La.. something is happening here, what it is ain't exactly clear..
     
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    I would not be surprised to find out that it all traces back to the Gulf Oil spill somehow.....they put all that nasty chemical stuff in there even when they were told to knock it off - who knows how toxic it was to birds and fish or how far it travels or how it can be spread.
     
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    Neo cons preparring for 2012 ... the rapture has begun ... NEM was right. :p
     
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    Does this mean i won't have to go to work? :( :rolleyes:
     
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    Yeah you're good ... make sure you put out the trash and always, always wear clean underwear. Mothers used to always say that in the 60's ... still don't get why?
     
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    I think maybe some of those people your thinking of started out with clean underwear.
     

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