Following the unexplained deaths of several thousand birds over the last two weeks, events are now emerging that may offer a physics-based explanation for the mysterious deaths. It all begins on a runway in Tampa, where airport officials recently closed that runway in order to change the numeric designators painted there. Why are those numeric designators being changed? Because the Earth’s magnetic poles are shifting and the numbers previously painted on the runway no longer match up with the magnetic measurements of sensitive airplane instruments (http://www.physorg.com/news/2011-01…). As Physorg.com explains:
The primary runway at the airport is designated 18R/36L, which means the runway is aligned along 180 degrees from north (that is, due south) when approached from the north and 360 degrees from north when approached from the south. Now the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has requested the designation be changed to 19R/1L to account for the movement of the magnetic north pole.
This brings us to our first physics fact of this article:
Physics Fact #1: The Earth’s magnetic poles are shifting. (And not just a little bit, but enough to affect airport runways on the scale of human observation.)
The role of Earth’s magnetic field
The Earth’s magnetic field is extremely important for protecting the planet from so-called “solar wind” and other electromagnetic influences from space. The magnetosphere, which is driven by the Earth’s magnetic field, serves as a kind of electromagnetic barrier to prevent dangerous rays from reaching the surface of the planet.
You can see a picture of that here: http://www.theozonehole.com/magneti…
Physics Fact #2: The Earth’s magnetic field has flipped hundreds of times in the past.
The Earth’s magnetic field “flips” (or reverses polarity) every few thousand years. This is called a geomagnetic reversal (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Geomag…). In between these flips, the magnetic field can become quite weak and chaotic, causing “turbulence” in the field, which can effectively cause weaker gaps in the magnetosphere.
These magnetic gaps or weaknesses can allow outside influences that normally would not penetrate the magnetosphere to reach deep into that magnetosphere, theoretically all the way down to where birds fly at very low altitude.
Last week, a report from the Russia’s Ministry for Extraordinary Situations (MCHS) (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Minist…) warned that the weakening Earth magnetosphere was allowing “poisonous space clouds” to enter deep into Earth’s atmosphere where it is coming into contact with birds.
These “space clouds” are called Noctilucent clouds (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Noctil…), which exist at very high altitudes (roughly 50 miles) and accumulate space dust from micrometeors and other sources.
What’s really interesting here is that these noctilucent clouds exhibit very high radar reflectivity (http://media.caltech.edu/press_rele…). This means these clouds create a very large radar signature on weather tracking systems.
Physics fact #3: Noctilucent clouds have very high radar reflectivity.
Weather radar tracks phenomenon during bird kill
Now here’s where this story gets really interesting: On New Year’s Even when birds began falling out of the sky in Arkansas, the National Weather Service in North Little Rockdocumented an unusual phenomenon on their radar monitors.
“There are some indications that we’re picking up a non-precipitation target,” said Science and Operations Officer Chris Buonanno at the NWS (http://www.todaysthv.com/news/local…). He went on to explain that the radar signature definitely was not indicative of a cloud or rainstorm. It was something altogether different.
At or around the same time this radar image appeared, birds began falling out of the sky.
Over the last several weeks, hundreds of thousands of birds and fish have been found dead across the globe. Here’s a compilation of the deaths so far:http://www.naturalnews.com/030985_m…
A theory of what might be happening
The working theory in all this, at least for the birds, is that deadly space clouds are reaching into the lower atmosphere and killing these birds in flight, after which the birds fall to the ground. The reports of the birds experiencing “blunt trauma” are likely from the birds hitting the ground.
What, exactly, would be found in these deadly space clouds that might be killing the birds? One possibility is that these clouds might be moving along with gaps in the magnetosphere that would invite deadly radiation to “fry” the birds in flight, as one possibility (although this explanation seems unlikely, see below). I’m not aware whether tissues tests have been done on these birds to determine whether they died of intense radiation poisoning. It would also seem that if radiation reached so low into our atmosphere, it would have killed many plants and trees in the area, and there’s no evidence of that occurring, at least not that I’m aware of.
Another possibility is that the deadly space clouds could have frozen the birds in flight with blasts of extremely cold air. But such an event also would have seemingly impacted the trees and plants at ground level, and there’s no evidence of that occurring either.
The most likely explanation is that the birds were killed in-flight by changes in the composition of the air they were breathing. And as it turns out, Noctilucent clouds are largely made of a poisonous gas known as Hydrogen Cyanide. For all you chemists reading this, as the EUtimes.net website explains:
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.(http://www.eutimes.net/2011/01/pois…)
Could humans be next?
The really concerning part about all this is the sudden realization that if these poisoning clouds of Hydrogen Cyanide could reach into our lower atmosphere, they could also theoretically reach ground level. That’s where humans live, of course, and if such a poisonous cloud reached down into a major city such as New York, it would cause the mass instantaneous death of potentially millions of people.
Nobody is prepared to survive a sudden cloud of Hydrogen Cyanide — not even the preppers. I own stored food and some emergency gear, but even I probably wouldn’t survive a sudden Hydrogen Cyanide gas attack from outer space. Notably, Hydrogen Cyanide has been used as both a rodent killer and as a chemical precursor in the manufacture of pharmaceuticals (gee, why doesn’t that surprise me?) (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hydrog…)
As Wikipedia explains, Hydrogen cyanide is extremely deadly:
A hydrogen cyanide concentration of 300 mg/m3 in air will kill a human within about 10 minutes. It is estimated that hydrogen cyanide at a concentration of 3500 ppm (about 3200 mg/m3) will kill a human in about 1 minute. The toxicity is caused by the cyanide ion, which halts cellular respiration by inhibiting an enzyme in mitochondria called cytochrome c oxidase.
Interestingly, a key chemical use of Hydrogen cyanide was developed by none other than IG Farben, the Nazi war era criminal pharmaceutical giant that was later broken up to become today’s pharmaceutical giants, including Bayer.
Hydrogen cyanide is widely recognized as a chemical weapon and is even used on the tips of whaling harpoons to murder whales.
Physics fact #4: Hydrogen cyanide kills birds and humans very quickly.
Is this the result of a weapons test or attack?
That it is used as a chemical weapon might make some people wonder whether all this is fallout from some kind of weather control weapons experiment. It’s not a crazy idea: Scientists in Abu Dhabi have experienced tremendous success bringing rain to that city through the use of weather control systems engineered in Europe (I’ll be posting a full story on this shortly).
In the United States, meanwhile, the HAARP experimental program projects high-energy beams directly into the ionosphere. See the video at: http://www.naturalnews.tv/v.asp?v=E…
Although we have no direct evidence of this, it is conceivable that HAARP technology could be altering the magnetosphere in ways that are contributing to the invasion of our lower atmosphere with these Noctilucent clouds compose of Hydrogen cyanide. This is just a wild guess at this point, however. We don’t have any evidence that this is really happening.
But if it were, that would be a very clever weapon, indeed: Aim your weapons at the atmosphere above an enemy city, fire it up and wait for Hydrogen cyanide gas to kill off everybody in a minute or two. Then you turn off your beam weapon and play it all off as some sort of “freak natural disaster” or unexplained atmospheric mystery.
There is speculation, of course, that these bird deaths occurring in North America right now are really a test of precisely the weapon system I’ve described above. But this is just speculation, of course. We don’t have any hard evidence that such a system is being used, nor even that it is possible.
The official HAARP website (http://www.haarp.alaska.edu/) describes itself as a “facility for the study of ionospheric physics and radio science.” It then displays a diagram showing HAARP waves bouncing off the ionosphere, beaming through “irregularities” and finally reaching a satellite in high orbit. These satellites are typically placed in geosynchronous orbits at roughly 26,000 miles above the Earth — far higher than the 50 miles or so at which the Noctilucent clouds are located.
The HAARP home page, by the way, also contains a “security message” with the following warning:
This is a U.S. Government Computer System. This computer system operates as a world wide web server to provide information to the public concerning unclassified programs only. …Unauthorized attempts to upload or change information; to defeat or circumvent security features; or to utilize this system for other than its intended purposes are prohibited and may result in prosecution under the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act of 1986 or other applicable statutes and regulations.
When Governor Jesse Ventura tried to ask questions about HAARP, he was met with extreme resistance and stonewalling by government officials. Watch the video yourself to see what happened: http://www.naturalnews.tv/v.asp?v=E…
Does this mean HAARP is a weapon being used to cause poisonous space clouds to enter the lower atmosphere and kill the birds? Not at all. That would be a leap at this point until we know more. But we do know that HAARP isn’t talking about what it does, and that it is more than just a “radio science experiment.”
We also know that weird things are happening to our planet’s magnetic poles and weather systems. We know that birds are literally falling out of the sky dead. These facts are not to be taken lightly. They might be caused by “natural” events, or conceivably they could be influenced by man-made events.
In either case, something that could very easily threaten life on our planet may be afoot, and there’s no logical reason to conclude it will be limited to birds and fish.
I’ve seen reports of some doctors chiming in on all this and blowing it off as “normal” deaths of birds and fish. Conventional doctors, of course, are the world’s most experienced experts atmissing the big picture, and they seem to haphazardly discount the most important fact about all this: Sure, birds and fish die every day. But not en masse.
They don’t usually fall out of the sky by the thousands, in other words. These are obviously not normal events where birds are dying of normal causes. That much is obvious to everyone… except the doctors, it seems.
In conclusion, I can’t explain these mysterious deaths with any high degree of confidence at this point. But I do know that thousands of birds don’t fall out of the sky for no reason. There is an underlying cause that seems extremely important for us to observe, document and understand. There are many possible explanations that merit attention: Some of them might be attributable to natural phenomena, but others may be far more insidious.
Although this explanation does not directly explain the sea life deaths, there has been recent studies proving mass poisoning of sea life from the expulsion of decayed poisonous gasses build up in the sea floor that can be released during seismic activity or simple changes in the barometric pressure. Studies have been concluded to this theory off of the west coast of South Africa.
A series of strange, seemingly unrelated events are unfolding across the globe. In the West African nation of Ghana, olive baboons are ransacking crops and terrorizing villagers. Further down the coast, putrid fumes are rising from the ocean depths off Namibia, causing whole towns to gag. Half a world away in Puerto Rico, space-age aquapods filled with fish are floating far out at sea, while off the coast of New Brunswick, Canada, migratory salmon are settling into coastal life astride kelp and mussels in a radical new farming experiment.
These events can be linked to one activity—over-fishing. Recent reports state 90 percent of our most important commercial fish are gone, and fisheries all over the world are in dire straits. Our insatiable demand for seafood is affecting more than just life in the ocean, however. Bizarre, often unpredictable, effects are rippling out far beyond the shoreline.
We begin in the steamy heat of south-central Ghana where biologist Justin Brashares and his team have come to survey antelope. They find that antelope numbers have plummeted along with large animals like lions and leopards that used to keep olive baboon numbers in check. Released from predation, the crafty, hard-to-catch baboons have now multiplied into a menacing force that is wreaking havoc throughout the countryside. What happened to the antelope and the predators of the baboons? Delving into dusty archives where decades of animal population records lie hidden, Brashares discovers a shocking link — hunting pressure on Ghana’s large animals increases in direct proportion to fish supplies. With foreign fishing fleets stripping West Africa’s waters of protein-rich fish, the bushmeat trade is booming.
As Brashares continues his research, other researchers are witnessing disturbing events further down the coast. In Namibia, ecologist Bronwen Currie is working with satellite oceanographer Scarla Weeks and biologist Andrew Bakun to understand what’s behind a putrid stench that periodically overwhelms the coastal villages and towns. Following the arrival of the vile, inescapable odor, countless dead fish carpet the beaches and bastions of lobsters flee the sea. While Currie investigates the seafloor where decaying algae create a primordial stew of toxic gases, Weeks looks to daily satellite images of the ocean’s surface to forecast the next big event. Through dogged sleuthing, the team reveals these stench events are orders of magnitude larger than ever imagined and may be influenced by over-fishing of a small silver fish, the sardine. Furthermore these events are releasing copious amounts of greenhouse gases into the atmosphere. Bakun suggests other hot spots worldwide may be approaching a similar explosive state. Could over-fishing drive these places to their tipping-points? What can be done?
While some scientists work to conserve massive tracts of ocean, others are tracking animals to reveal and protect migratory routes and mating grounds. And others, like Brian O’Hanlon, hope to reduce fishing pressures by tending fish like ranchers tend livestock. O’Hanlon is creating space-age aquapods in Puerto Rico — raising fish offshore where waste is easily diluted by strong currents, unlike many inshore fish farms. In the foggy reaches of New Brunswick, Canada, another biologist, Thierry Chopin, is conducting a novel experiment —building small ecosystems of salmon, mussels and kelp in hopes of creating a lucrative, environmentally friendly fish farm. Can marine reserves, fish ranches and other solutions stem the tide of change and help restore the bounty of life in the world ocean? It’s now becoming clear that by reducing our take from the ocean and restoring wild fish stocks, we might also be helping life on land and ultimately the entire life-support systems of the planet.