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#286 | Posted: 3 Jan 2011 20:30 | Edited by: RICHPLANET.NET
Beebe in Arkansaas where the birds fell out of the sky.

35 miles due south of that place is .....

Pine Bluff Arsenal

Pine Bluff Arsenal has played a major role in the storage of biological and chemical weapons for more than 70 years. After public outcry in the early '70s all biological weapons were destroyed between 1971 and 1973. But chemical weapon research, testing, and stockpiling continued to this day.

Details Here

Did the BBC, Guardian mention this. No - because the don't look past their bloody noses. Fireworks my arse, hail stones my arse.

What better time to test a few chamical weapons on the unwitting public on New Years eve when nobody is critically analysing anything.

PBA also designs, manufactures and refurbishes smoke, riot control, and incendiary munitions, as well as chemical/biological defense operations items. It serves as a technology center for illuminating and infrared munitions and is also the only place in the Northern Hemisphere where white phosphorus munitions are filled. Its Homeland Security mission includes first-responder equipment training and surveillance of prepositioned equipment.

Hmmmmmm ......
#287 | Posted: 3 Jan 2011 20:39
Incidentally the wind in Beebe Arkansaas today is 9.2km/h from the South. The direction of Pine Bluff. Not sure what it was on New Years Eve but possibly the same.

My guess it was a leak from that facility.
dark star
#288 | Posted: 3 Jan 2011 21:03
Surely a post mortum of toxicology test will tell us what happened.

Get hold of one them deads bird man........someone must have one in there garden !

Poison gas cloud seems most likely to me.
#289 | Posted: 3 Jan 2011 22:53
Oak Ridge Reservation has an underground facility, or so Ive been told...??
#290 | Posted: 3 Jan 2011 23:10
Rapid Climate Change

Actually the deep snow above at Mammoth Mountain is nothing compared to the snow at one Vancouver Island ski resort, which was practically completely snowed-in. Mount Washington has been pummeled with three meters of fresh snow over a recent three-day period, burying lodges, cars, and even ski lifts.

"If you thought it was especially cold in December, it's not just your imagination. The facts prove it, according to the National Weather Service, which announced Saturday that December 2010 set a record as the coldest December ever in Ft. Lauderdale. Miami, and Key West," writes CBS News. It is also confirmed now that that Dec 2010 in Britain and probably West Europe, was indeed the coldest for at least a 100 years.

Floridians endured bone-chilling blasts in the 30s, from Fort Lauderdale to Jacksonville. Miami is experiencing its coldest December in 115 years, according to the local branch of the National Weather Service. This time of year, the temperature in Miami usually reaches 77°. Last Monday, the mercury stopped 20° below that, at 57.

There is a lot at risk with dramatic weather and climate change that will be hammered in like a silver stake into the heart of humanity as food prices head north at a quickening pace. Millions of people are starting to fear that food is going to be priced out of their reach as prices rise in the face of increasing shortages and scarcity. Everywhere we turn we see dramatic climate events taking their toll on crops.

Almost everyone today seems to believe in climate change though few really appreciate where these changes are taking us. No matter what one believes, the consensus is all dramatic climate events—floods, drought, snow, ice, cold, and heat—each have their agricultural consequences with none of them being good.

AP – A wallaby stands on a large round bail of hay trapped
by rising floodwaters outside the town of Dalby.

For example, more than 200,000 people have been affected by relentless flooding in northeast Australia, with the flood zone now stretching over an area bigger than France and Germany combined, officials said last week. Thousands of homes and businesses across Queensland state have been inundated with water after days of pounding rain caused swollen rivers to overflow. The entire population of two towns was forced to evacuate as water swamped their communities, cutting off roads and devastating crops.

"This is without a doubt a tragedy on an unprecedented scale," Bligh told Australian Broadcasting Corp. "We now have 22 towns or cities that are either substantially flooded or isolated because the roads have been cut off to them. The flooding may cost billions of dollars after crops were destroyed and output from coal mines was disrupted. "Towns are facing the prospect of food shortages, power outages, and sewage-contaminated floodwaters. "In many ways, it is a disaster of biblical proportions," Queensland State Treasurer Andrew Fraser told reporters in flood-hit Bundaberg.

Cold, Snow and Food Inflation

"As we emerge, temporarily perhaps, from weeks of the coldest weather since records began – with snow disasters right round the northern hemisphere, from the US and Europe to China and Mongolia – more examples come to light of how the cost of extreme cold is far greater than that of warming," writes Christopher Booker for The Telegraph.

Britain's winter is the coldest since 1683 and close to being the chilliest in nearly 1,000 years. Latest figures reveal that the average temperature since December 1 has been a perishing –1°C. That makes it the second coldest since records began in 1659. The chilliest on record was 1683-1684, when the average was –1.17°C and the River Thames froze over for two months. But with January and February to come, experts believe Britain could suffer the most freezing cold winter in the last 1,000 years. How come we have not seen this in the mainstream press?

The cold is biting directly into the agricultural sector as do the floods, drought and heat when it gets concentrated as it did in Russia and the Ukraine last summer. In Florida though freezes earlier in December caused at least $115 million in damage. The Florida Department of Agriculture has compiled crop damage estimates from cold weather through December 20. The report shows the cucumber crop was wiped out. Florida and Mexico usually supply this crop in the winter, but Florida has not shipped anything for more than a week. Eggplant, snap beans, and peppers were nearly wiped out. Cabbage, sweet corn, and squash all suffered heavy losses. Tomatoes also took heavy damage. The state agriculture department estimates Florida has suffered a total economic loss of about $275 million when you consider indirect losses.

Chief executive of the Auckland City Mission, Diane Robertson, says it's a double-whammy for the mission he runs; more people will be unable to afford to eat, while those who donate food cut back on their generosity. Kishore T. Pagarani, the group director of the Choithrams supermarket chain, told Arabian Business that, "Global food inflation is currently about fifteen percent per year and is expected to rise in 2011. It's very difficult to predict how climate change will continue to create volatility in agro-commodity markets. The value of staple foods, such as wheat, corn, and soya, is likely to remain high, since both the USA and Russia aren't expecting good wheat crops."

In Korea hostile weather conditions are being blamed for the surge in the food prices. Cabbage, for example, rose by 80 percent, garlic by 52 percent, and radishes by 98 percent. In India, wholesale food inflation for the week ending December 18 touched a 10-month high of 14.44 percent as vegetables prices, particularly onions, soared. Wholesale food inflation, as measured by the Wholesale Price Index (WPI), had re-entered double digits at 12.13 percent in the week ending December 11; it had stood at a 20-year high of 21.29 percent during the corresponding period in 2009.

The price of traded food staples such as wheat, corn, and rice soared 26 percent from June to November, nearing the peaks reached during the global food crisis of 2008, according to the Food Price Index kept by the United Nations' Food and Agriculture Organization. The price surge has continued in December, with foodstuffs and basic commodities hitting new highs and expected to climb further in 2011.

"High food prices are a concern, both for poorer people in the US, and for the huge number of poor people around the world. If food prices go up, many will not be able to pay for sufficient food for a well-balanced diet (assuming they could in the past). And of course, as food prices go up, people will cut back on spending on more discretionary items, since they have to eat," writes Gail Tverberg.

The rising price of food cost Ken Little the steak-and-egg breakfast he once loved. These days, he orders eggs and potatoes instead at New Beginnings restaurant — hold the coffee. He gave that up, too, partly because the price went up, he said. "I watch what I eat because of the price of it," said Little, a laid-off machinist. "I don't look at what I want to eat. I look at the price."

Dramatic Weather

And the story just continues—and probably will all winter long. Heavy snow has been falling in China's northwest Xinjiang province since December 20 and has accumulated to over one meter in some parts. The eastern province of Shandong has also been affected. Temperatures have dropped to –25°C in some areas. The cold spell has caused concern that China might see a repeat of the extreme weather of early 2008 that killed 129 people, left millions stranded, and brought the country to a standstill during the Lunar New Year celebrations.

Frustration and fears of disease mounted in Northern Ireland last week as 36,000 people were left without water, some for more than a week, after a deep freeze and a sudden thaw caused aging pipes to burst. With reservoirs running low, water supplies were cut off in many towns and cities, and residents turned to emergency water tankers and bottled water for their cooking, cleaning, and drinking needs. "It's been a nightmare," said James Lawson, a resident in Lisburn, near Belfast, who has gone without water for 13 days. "You can't wash, you can't eat because you can't wash your dishes. I think it's a fiasco," he told the BBC.

Just before New Year's, more powerful storms banged into the west, closing hundreds of miles of roads. The storm socked the Sierra Nevada with gusts topping 100 mph and more than two feet of snow, causing flight delays in Reno, Nevada.

Christmas day was the coldest ever with mercury plummeting to MINUS 18 as UK headed towards the biggest December freeze since 1890, read the headlines on the 25th of December. The mercury plummeted to –5.9°C at Glenlivet in 1996, but that record was smashed last night when temperatures dropped to –17°C at Worcester and –18°C at Altnaharra in northern Scotland. Several parts of Sweden, including the southern region Götaland and eastern Svealand, will have experienced the coldest December in at least 110 years.

An international team of researchers headed by the University of Bonn has been investigating the bottom of Turkey's Lake Van, which is covered by a layer of mud several hundred meters deep. For climatologists this unprepossessing slime is worth its weight in gold: summer by summer pollen has been deposited from times long past. From it they can detect right down to a specific year what climatic conditions prevailed at the time of the Neanderthals, for example. The archives of clay may go back as much as half a million years. Preliminary investigations have been a complete success: the researchers were able to prove that the climate has occasionally changed quite suddenly - sometimes within ten or twenty years.

Tomorrow's Newsletter
Oh No, Not another Ice Age

Mark Sircus Ac., OMD
Director International Medical Veritas Association
#291 | Posted: 3 Jan 2011 23:54

Hi DK,

I've just had a look at the site you linked to, excellent! A worthy bookmark!
#292 | Posted: 4 Jan 2011 07:52
Thanks. I think so too.

#293 | Posted: 4 Jan 2011 17:00
After all dead birds in Arkansas, then lots of dead fish, now more dead birds in Louisiana.

Then UK -dying--single-garden.html#ixzz19zrqguzS

Then earthquake - again - in UK !! shire.html not forgetting one in Cumbria as well.

More weather changes. Abu Dhabi ate-
#294 | Posted: 4 Jan 2011 17:13
Excerpt from Coast to Coast posted on miscellaneous board. dk

Mysterious Bird Die-Off:

First hour guests, radio host Alex Jones and researcher Nick Begich commented on the recent bird die-off in Beebe, Arkansas (around 2,000 blackbirds fell to their deaths over a one-mile area) and the connection to possible secret testing or experiments. The birds' organs were pulverized internally, almost liquefied, and one of the prime suspects as to the cause would be some type of electromagnetic test or energy weapons, said Jones. It's possible that Project HAARP, some type of micro blast, or strange weather manipulation might be the explanation, Begich added. For more, [b]see this article by Jones and Paul Watson.

[/b] -testing.html

#295 | Posted: 5 Jan 2011 23:02
Second batch of birds falling out the sky in Louisianna. I guest that totally pisses on the two explanations given by the bbc, fireworks or hailstone.

It has to be an intelligently induced phenomenon in my view. How else would you get two cases like this?
#296 | Posted: 6 Jan 2011 20:18 | Edited by: Starseed
Second batch of birds falling out the sky in Louisianna. I guest that totally pisses on the two explanations given by the bbc, fireworks or hailstone.

It has to be an intelligently induced phenomenon in my view. How else would you get two cases like this?

What about the elephant in the room?

Energy weapons? If they brought down the twin towers a decade ago with a 'space' based weapon. Then further testing would still be going on resulting in perhaps this kind of result (either on purpose or as a result of the testing?).

HAARP is probably not the cause of every single unexplained phenomena? Or did HAARP bring down the towers too? Cause all recent earthquakes? Cause floods? Bring unprecedented snow and ice across the world? Cause global temps to drop to all time lows? As well as killing some fish and birds? And - ? keep going...

so - if not - then a 'new' weapon being tested (or an advance on the old one?)
#297 | Posted: 7 Jan 2011 12:36
#298 | Posted: 8 Jan 2011 17:03
Another Theory to add to the ever growing list on the recent bird and fish deaths around the globe.As theories go, this one is out there, nonetheless, it's still worth a read. For me personnally I think natures telling the human race something on the lines of stop poisoning the air,water and soil with all your toxic shite or this is coming to you ! we think we no it all, but we no nowt!

..... courtesey of

January 8, 2011

Poisonous Space Clouds Slamming Into Earth Cause Mass Bird And Fish Deaths

By: Sorcha Faal, and as reported to her Western Subscribers

A grim report prepared by Russia's Ministry for Extraordinary Situations (MCHS) is warning today that our world is currently "under attack" from "poisonous space clouds" penetrating our planets upper atmosphere due to the "accelerated movement" of the Earth's magnetic poles and are responsible for the many reports of mass animal deaths being reported all around the globe.

In our previous report, Pole Shift Blamed For Russian Air Disaster, Closure Of US Airport, we had detailed how the shifting of our planets poles were wreaking havoc on planes having to adjust their air-fuel mixtures to compensate for distorted altitude readings in their computer avionic systems, and now this new MCHS report warns the situation is getting even worse.

According to this report, the rapid shifting of our planets poles is allowing the normal streams of solar wind that buffet Earth's magnetic field to enter into our lower atmosphere at nearly 700 kilometers per second carrying with them parts of the deadly space clouds that have "mysteriously" been appearing in greater numbers around the globe these past few years.

The name given to these deadly space clouds by Western scientists are Noctilucent Clouds (NLC's) [photo 2nd left] and are described as tenuous cloud-like phenomena that are the "ragged-edge" of a much brighter and pervasive polar cloud layer called polar mesospheric clouds in the upper atmosphere, visible in a deep twilight.

Noctilucent Clouds began to first appear over our Earth in 1885 as our world began its full assent into what is called the Industrial Revolution that has seen our planets human population rise from about 1 billion to over 7 billion today.

Not just mysterious are these clouds, this report continues, but they are also deadly as they are comprised of the poisonous gas Hydrogen Cyanide which gives them their electric blue-like colour.

Hydrogen Cyanide was first isolated from a blue dye (Prussian Blue) which had been known from 1704 but whose structure was unknown. It is now known to be a coordination polymer with a complex structure and an empirical formula of hydrated ferric ferrocyanide.

In 1752, the French chemist Pierre Macquer made the important step of showing that Prussian blue could be converted to iron oxide plus a volatile component and that these could be used to reconstitute the dye. The new component was what we now know as hydrogen cyanide.

Important to note, this report continues, is that Hydrogen Cyanide is also formed in interstellar clouds through one of two major pathways: via a neutral-neutral reaction (CH2 + N → HCN + H) and via dissociative recombination (HCNH+ + e- → HCN + H). The dissociative recombination pathway is dominant by 30%; however, the HCNH+ must be in its linear form. Dissociative recombination with its structural isomer, H2NC+ produces hydrogen isocyanide (HNC), exclusively.

Upon the solar wind breeching our Earth's magnetic field, this MCHS report asserts, these poisonous Hydrogen Cyanide Noctilucent Clouds would be carried down into the lower atmosphere where they could, literally, "poison in seconds" flocks of birds in its path, not mention the force of these winds by themselves would cause massive trauma and instantaneous death.

An example of the mass deaths being caused by this phenomenon we can read, in part, as reported by London's Daily Mail news service yesterday on the tragic events in Italy:

"Thousands of dead turtle doves rained down on roofs and cars in an Italian town in the latest in a growing spate of mass animal deaths across the globe. Residents in Faenza described the birds falling to the ground like 'little Christmas balls' with strange blue stains on their beaks. Initial tests on up to 8,000 of the doves indicated that the blue stain could have been caused by poisoning or hypoxia."

Not just to birds, either, can this phenomenon cause mass death as this MCHS report states that upon these poisonous space clouds hitting our planets waters it is a "near certainty" aquatic creatures will be killed too, and as evidenced this past week alone with the reports that millions of fish and crab deaths in the United States, Brazil, United Kingdom and New Zealand.

Important to note about all of the animal deaths being reported this past week, the MCHS says, are that they have been confined to a very specific latitude range between 24 and 58 North and 8 to 24 South indicating two separate breeches of our Earth's upper atmosphere allowing these poisonous space cloud gasses to come through to the lower atmosphere.

Though this MCHS report does not say how long these breeches in our Earth's magnetic will remain open allowing these poisonous space clouds to continue to cause mass death, it is instructive to note that though this phenomenon is new to our world today, the same cannot be said of the ancients

In her seminal work Battle Begins For Throne of This World: The Return of the Einherjar Warriors, the Sorcha Faal detailed how much the ancient myths of our forbearers are equaling the world we live in today, where men believe they are 'gods' while at the same time they begin the wholesale destruction of not only themselves, but all life forms on this planet we call Earth.

And if these ancient myths are true, then, once again, the "overturning" of our arrogant human race is upon us all where the "balance" will be restored, but not without the deaths of billions. Where today stands the nations of the United States, Russia and China, a future history written of these times may very well describe them with the awe and reverence we do today for Atlantis, Mu and Lemuria, who, like us today, really believed they were in charge
#299 | Posted: 8 Jan 2011 17:06

THE 16TH CONFERENCE of the Parties, said Ms. Christiana Figueres, its president, "is a litmus test of global-governance capacity". There it was, right out in the open. Yet the few commentators who pointed out that the Cancun agreement established several hundred new bureaucracies all over the world, all answerable to the shadowy but now immensely wealthy and powerful Secretariat of the States Parties to the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change, were pilloried by the Fascists of the "green" movement as mere world-government conspiracy theorists.

It all ties in together, it`s provable, factual, and still the cattle sleep...
#300 | Posted: 8 Jan 2011 17:24

Murder of John P. Wheeler Connected to Mass Bird Deaths?

Last week, a celebrated and influential Pentagon insider and defense contractor was found dead in Delaware. The body of John P. Wheeler was discovered as a garbage truck dumped its load at a landfill. The death has been ruled a homicide, and thus far the investigators who are piecing together the case have offered no clear motive or reason for his mysterious murder.

In seemingly unrelated news, there has been a sudden die-off of birds and fish in the southern United States that has a lot of people talking about the apocalypse. First 5,000 blackbirds plummeted to the earth in Arkansas, littering the ground with their corpses and even hitting passers-by. Then a few days later, 500 red-winged blackbirds and starlings were found dead in nearby Louisiana. And 80,000 drum fish died in an Arkansas river close to where the blackbirds died.

No one knows for sure what has caused all these animals to die. Some people feel that the fish deaths were caused by the outbreak of disease, and are thus unrelated to the bird deaths. So then what caused the birds to drop dead so suddenly? Most experts are suggesting massive trauma (as opposed to disease) caused by such things as fireworks displays, collisions with power lines, and possibly even extreme weather.

Naturally, conspiracy theories abound. Some have suggested miniature black holes caused by the particle accelerators at Fermilab. Others think that HAARP, a government-funded atmospheric radio frequency project, is to blame.

But the most fascinating theory centers around John Wheeler.

According to an article at, and reprinted at The EU Times in a more readable form, Wheeler may have been killed because he knew too much. He was apparently an expert many times over in the field of chemical and biological weapons. So he certainly would have been familiar with Phosgene, "described as one of the most feared chemical weapons ever used due to its ability to literally cause the lungs and respiratory system to explode."

Apparently, Phosgene taken from Iraq's stockpiles had been stored at a military base in Arkansas for the past few years. Last week it was loaded onto a military transport plane bound for Afghanistan, which subsequently had some sort of malfunction shortly after takeoff, which may have released some of the deadly chemical into the air.

Interestingly, what has been observed so far in the bodies of the dead birds? ABC News reports:

"According to preliminary testing, the trauma was primarily in breast tissue, with blood clots in the body cavity and internal bleeding."

And George Badley, Arkansas state veterinarian, is quoted in the same article as saying:

"Almost every one of them ... had multiple internal hemorrhages which would mean that it was trauma, not a disease process. Their stomachs were empty, which would rule out toxicity from eating some kind of poison grain."

Wheeler knew exactly what was happening, and determined to keep this dangerous chemical weapon from being used on the battlefield in Afghanistan, marched straight to Washington D.C. to raise hell with the powers-that-be. That got him "marked", and soon after, he was dead.

The latest eyewitness reports to trickle in of Wheeler in the days before his death describe a "disheveled" and disoriented man, stumbling into various businesses and mumbling strange statements. Could he have been drugged? Was it perhaps an attempt at character assassination, so that any information revealed after his death could be conveniently disregarded as the ramblings of a drunk, a junkie, or a lunatic?

What do you think about the theory posited above? Is there a real connection between the animal deaths in the southern US and John Wheeler's murder? Or is it truly just a conspiracy theory dreamed up by people with too much time on their hands?
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