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Tuesday, January 4, 2011

10,000s of Birds found dead in Manitoba

10,000s of Birds found dead in Manitoba
Sunday, January 02, 2011 11:33


http://beforeitsnews.com/story/336/601/10,000s_of_Birds_found_dead_in_Manitoba.html


Update: More bird deaths reported in U.S. Just days after thousands of blackbirds dropped out of the sky over a small town in Arkansas, another 500 birds fell to their death over a Louisiana highway.

Scarletwhore.com is getting reports of Bird deaths in Brazil, Argentina, Columbia.

Canada: There has been some kind of very extreme weather event in the arctic apparently in Northen Manitoba and in the general area of Churchhill Manitoba. There is a flurry of Military activity at the old CFB base near Churchill.

Somekind of super atmoshperic heating/cooling event led to a drastic increase in temperatures then a sudden decrease in temperatures. Tens of thousands of birds and probably other wildlife died in what is being described as a mega "ice storm", like the one that happened in Quebec that knocked out power lines for weeks and cost billions in damage.

Inuit in the far north has reported methane out-gassing that sometimes spray 30 meters into the air, extreme changes are happenniing in the arctic and this may be a chain reaction of events that precipitate the collapse on the Greenland ice sheet and the failure of the north atlantic current.

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