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ninja_nikki asked:

05 Jan 2011

What do you think? Disease, fireworks, supernatural?

I was wondering what you guys thought of this.....I wanted to get your take on it.

New Year's eve....Just about the time 12:00 A.M hit (the new year) 5,000 Red Winged Black Birds fell from the sky, dead. This was in Arkansas (I hope I'm spelling it right)....just only 125 miles away (they day before the bird incident) 80,000-100,000 dead fish were found. And now in Brazil they are saying 100 tons (I could be getting my fax a little confused, it was really late when I saw this on the news) of fish are now dead and they still haven't found a reason to any of this yet. Not to mention another 500 dead birds were found in Lousiana...What do you think? Disease, fireworks (the loud noise may have put them into shock), supernatural? Do you think it's all connected? Tell me your opinon! :)



http://www.cnn.com/2011/US/01/04/arkansas.bird.mystery/index.html?hpt=Sbin

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mistress1209

mistress1209 says:

Posted on 05 Jan 2011

yeah I read about this on yahoo. i think it might have been extreme shock for the birds, because of all the fireworks.. not so sure about the fish, though. but if you really think about it, the numbers are just too large for the explanations rendered by scientists. or at least, the ones they've shared to the public. disease? they couldn't possibly get sick together then die at the same time--all thousands of them! fish kill is pretty common, so it could be attributed to water contamination. I really don't know.. i wish someone out there comes up with real answers. This is something that has got people scratching heads... even feeling paranoid!

xxbeauty_from_painxx

xxbeauty_from_painxx says:

Posted on 05 Jan 2011

Such large numbers at the exact same time, it couldn't be fireworks or disease! .......SUPERNATURAL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

danyooz

danyooz says:

Posted on 05 Jan 2011

Disease
Definatley

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