Hundreds of birds die in western Ky.

Jan 5, 2011 Full story: The Cincinnati Enquirer 81,786

MURRAY, Ky. - State wildlife officials say "several hundred" dead birds were found near the Murray State University campus last week.

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#93530 Oct 21, 2013
Darn it, I wrote an entire post, and somehow I lost it. Good evening to everyone on the bird thread.

@OJG:: As you know, we have been talking daily since you became MIA from the bird thread, so I won't talk about your serious illness. You know how I feel about this, and I will continue to send love and prayers,putting this in God's hands, so that through His grace, you may be made well.I will always give you love and support to help see you through your rough time, and I know that everyone on this thread will do the same. I know, from our discussions, that you still are interested in world events, and researching some of these issues will help, if only a little bit, to divert your attention from your illness. Your friendship is most cherished.
Mississippi Man

Olive Branch, MS

#93531 Oct 22, 2013
Miss E Font wrote:
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I am a believer in homeopathy and herbal. I have had great success with cinnamon for stabilizing blood sugar levels.
Back again! Some five weeks ago I fell in the church parking lot. I'll tell ya, that asphalt just don't bounce too good. I skinned up my right cheek bone and knee. Didn't think that I'd broken anything but later that night we went to the ER and YUP, two broken bones in my right hand. They set me up with an ortho-group the next day and they put it all in a cast half way to my elbow but it was good for my wrist. Anyway, I'm out of it now but still have to wear a removeable support. But I couldn't type with just my left hand,.....well, I could have I guess but....

Say Miss E, would you mind describing in detail your blood sugar success with cinnamon? Like do you mix it with apple cider vinegar or....? I'm tired of all these pills!
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#93532 Oct 22, 2013
Miss E Font wrote:
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I never tried it that way -- onions?
That will negate kissing
For some 3 am breaths, onions might be an improvement LOL
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#93533 Oct 22, 2013
Anne wrote:
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I'm just wondering if during all your personal research if you've ever run across a Dr. Johannah Bugwig? This alternative treatment is a diet focusing on cottage cheese and flax seed oil . If you haven't heard of this, please take the time to google this info. Very interesting and exciting.
If I had to live on cottage cheese, I would just go on and throw in the towel LOL
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#93534 Oct 22, 2013
@Mississippi Man ..Keeping one's blood sugar levels under control is most important.. If the wife were still here she would be the first to tell you to keep up the pills whether you were tired of them or not. She did not and that is why I am here at 5 am with a dog and the main reason I remain single even though I like women. I won't be a repeat caregiver.
Anne

United States

#93535 Oct 22, 2013
My mom was diabetic for many years and she struggled daily with it. Treatment has changed a lot since she past 20 years ago this Christmas at 62. She was diligent about keeping her diet and treatment according to what was prescribed to her. I've often wondered how things would've been different for her if she were being treated in the present time.
Several close family members have past during the Christmas holidays and I believe that is why I find Christmas carols so sad. I have a tendency to lean towards "Jingle Bells" and other upbeat so called children's Christmas songs.
The "cancer diet" isn't entirely cottage cheese but is a major part of the diet. At this point I do like cottage cheese but don't know how I'd feel about a heavy diet of it. Cottage cheese: large curd, small curd, peppered, with fruit. There's a few options anyway. Lol
I'm headed out today for the fall break trip! We're traveling about 10 hours. You'd think we'd be heading to a warmer clime but, nooooo, were headed north. Please keep us in your prayers for a safe journey ....and a pleasant journey (fighting grand kids isn't fun lol)
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#93536 Oct 22, 2013
@Anne..I lost the wife at Christmas also and I don't lean toward celebrating Christmas at all. I even threw out the decorations. There is no way you can fix cottage cheese that suits me. I ate enough soured milk when I was a kid. LOL

Be safe on your trip. People get really concerned with cancer and other health issues such as diet and smoking, then rush down the highways at excessive speeds. I have scraped enough bodies up off the highways, that I don't see any reason to to be in such a hurry to die. Death comes soon enough.
new

Sassafras, KY

#93538 Oct 22, 2013
what up ancient wolf remember me?
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#93539 Oct 22, 2013
new wrote:
what up ancient wolf remember me?
Getting ready to go out to eat with a friend. No, I don't remember that Identity but then I can't even remember what I had for lunch. LOL
OhioJeepGirl

Lenore, WV

#93540 Oct 22, 2013
Good evening all! Wow, so I see I missed dinner and a 3 am bologna, onion, and mustard sandwich breath kisses with AW and Miss E Font? Now I have missed a lot of things in my life, but I would have liked to have been there for all of that! LOL

@Anne - I am with Ancient Wolf on the cottage cheese. I have never liked that stuff. I would take a serving of it home only if it were covered in gold and I could wash the curds off. LOL Yep, if my life depends on cottage cheese, well I guess I am going to die. lol

I pray you have a safe trip with the g'kids.
OhioJeepGirl

Lenore, WV

#93541 Oct 22, 2013
Oglala wrote:
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Yes, we have an environmental emergency going on,and nobody is talking about it. Fukushima has 3 meltdowns, happening 21/2 years ago, and people think it's over. There is a news blackout in the U.S., perhaps to allay panic, but European countries are concerned very much, and media are covering it.
The radiation is ruining the Pacific, and the fishing industry is suffering greatly. Radiation has gotten into the food chain, and the plankdon(spelling?) are dying. They provide a great deal of our atmospheric oxygen. As it goes up the food chain, levels of radiation increase. People who eat Pacific fish are going to be affected. Other things are happening, including star fish literally being turned to mush, massive fish die-outs. Last yar alone, there were devastating illnesses in seal lions and seals. If you look at the site netc.com , you will see increasing radiation levels across the country. This varies each day, but spikes have occurred such as when the most recent typhoon hit Japaan. Radiated water was dumped directly into the Pacific, in an attempt to thwart overflow of the holding tanks, which have major leaks in them. I wish the preppers would come back to this thread to help us prepare for the cumulative buildup in radiation.
A few months back I read this article: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-23674...

It shows many pictures of the deformed vegetables and flowers that are now growing in Japan. It is also deforming butterflies, baby animals, and human babies. Some pregnancies are terminating. Children are already showing up with thyroid cancers, a problem that did not show up for 4-5 years after Chernobyl. Speaking of Chernobyl, some experts did a study and feel that Fukushima has released much more contamination than Chernobyl, which is why the thyroid troubles are showing up early. Some reports are even showing that the father you go away from Fukushima the higher the levels of contamination.

When are they supposed to move these rods?

I am not sure I understand that nuclear map.

When I was a kid in school we learned that one teaspoon of nuclear energy would supply New York city for a month. I wish they would have figured in the cost of nuclear energy when you factor in a melt down. I bet it has now cost TEPCO a lot more than a teaspoon of so-called cheap nuclear energy.
wondering

United States

#93542 Oct 22, 2013
OhioJeepGirl, I read your story...and I must say that you are a very strong person.and my prayers are with you..I have 3 sisters with breast cancer the youngest being 32...my middle sister 35, was just recently diagnosed with triple negative....I researched and researched and I do believe in my heart that hemp oil is a cure...My sister went the standard treatment but she said if she didnt have children she would have done the hemp oil........I find it strange as well why the media doesnt report on the crisis in Japan .....
Misty eyed

Louisa, KY

#93543 Oct 22, 2013
@ OJG, I continue sending blessings your way;) Research has helped in your health crisis. I think, your alternative is helping as well. Hang in there. As far as challah, I use two eggs for two loaves and an egg wash, 1/4 cup of honey(2 loaves), 1tbsp. yeast,2 tsp. kosher sea salt,& 2 1/2 c. warm water. Baked at 350 for 30-40 mins.3-4 braids are the easiest. Youtube has so many videos that help.
Well, Lovey is home , and there's plenty of laudry to do. Life is as good as we make. Nice evening to All:)
OhioJeepGirl

Lenore, WV

#93544 Oct 22, 2013
Oglala wrote:
Darn it, I wrote an entire post, and somehow I lost it. Good evening to everyone on the bird thread.
@OJG:: As you know, we have been talking daily since you became MIA from the bird thread, so I won't talk about your serious illness. You know how I feel about this, and I will continue to send love and prayers,putting this in God's hands, so that through His grace, you may be made well.I will always give you love and support to help see you through your rough time, and I know that everyone on this thread will do the same. I know, from our discussions, that you still are interested in world events, and researching some of these issues will help, if only a little bit, to divert your attention from your illness. Your friendship is most cherished.
Oh, I can't stand it when I write out a big post or email and POOF it is gone.

Lala, you are the greatest friend a person could be blessed to have. You have certainly been a blessing to me. You are always good at giving me a good swift kick in the behind when I need it too! LOL You have added a special touch to my daily life.(((Big hugs)))

Back to Fukushima...other than the Pacific, have you found where Fukushima is having an impact on other areas and in countries other than the US?

In this CBS news video dated today, it claims that the clean up is falling behind schedule. It shows all the bags of contaminated soil that are stuck just sitting there while many Japanese cannot return to their homes. One worker claims that the efforts to bag the soil does nothing as it will be contaminated again with the next rain. http://www.cbsnews.com/video/watch/... It boggles my mind that the world is not working together to clean up Fukushima and to end nuclear power plants. The risk is not worth the benefit.
OhioJeepGirl

Lenore, WV

#93545 Oct 22, 2013
wondering wrote:
OhioJeepGirl, I read your story...and I must say that you are a very strong person.and my prayers are with you..I have 3 sisters with breast cancer the youngest being 32...my middle sister 35, was just recently diagnosed with triple negative....I researched and researched and I do believe in my heart that hemp oil is a cure...My sister went the standard treatment but she said if she didnt have children she would have done the hemp oil........I find it strange as well why the media doesnt report on the crisis in Japan .....
I really hate to hear this. I started my first battle against breast cancer when I had just turned 36 back in 2006. The first doctor said that the egg size lump I had could not be cancer because I was too young. If it was not for a sweet and very caring lady at the health department that called me everyday to beg me to have it removed, well, chances are that I would not be here today. The lumpectomy revealed I hade a grade 9 cancer tumor, which is the most aggressive as there is no 10. These grade 7,8, and 9 tumors are the most common in the younger women. Now that just stinks! These are the ages of women who still have young kids and, what should be, a long future. I totally blame the over use of hormonal birth control and the hormones they inject in our food supply. But then I am a double positive, but HER2 negative. I hate to hear about your triple negative sister. Each positive gives the doctors more tools. I pray they caught it in its early stages. My new oncologist told me that the best chance a person has with breast cancer is to get it right the first time.

As far as Hemp Oil aka Simpson Oil and being a mom goes, let me tell you...Now if I was still an early stage then I would just follow the doctors orders, but now, at stage 4, my doctor cannot cure me. It is because I am a mom of four, my youngest daughter is only 9, that I am trying the Simpson Oil and already am stocked up on a few other alternatives if and when they are needed. The doctor already told me that everything he has to give me will not save my life, so what choice do I have? Heck, I would almost try anything, except cottage cheese lol!!!!

I really wish them the best. I really hate to hear of more women being ravaged by this disease...it is a disease that is attacking our mothers! I will add them to my prayers and tell them that I am right here if they ever need to talk. What stage are they? Do you know their tumor grade? My fiancé's 84 year old mother also has breast cancer. Her tumor grade was only 2. They watched hers for the longest time (2 years) before they even took it out. Now, several months after they removed the lump, her under arm swelled up. They just now started her on chemo pills close to three years after they found out about the cancer. The grade is very important, like the stage.

Maybe I can ease your mind a little about the triple negative sister. Even though I was positive, it ended up that I could not take the Tamoxifen to block my hormones. I was supposed to take it for five years, but only took it for about two years when my uterus swelled up and I stopped taking it for good. Anyways, it was six years after I finished treatment that I came back with stage four. So, if she is early stage and negative then she should still have a good chance of being around for awhile...hey, after all, I am still here to talk about it. All late stages should try alternatives...there is no other choice, at least in my mind.

(((Big big hugs)))
OhioJeepGirl

Lenore, WV

#93546 Oct 22, 2013
Misty eyed wrote:
@ OJG, I continue sending blessings your way;) Research has helped in your health crisis. I think, your alternative is helping as well. Hang in there. As far as challah, I use two eggs for two loaves and an egg wash, 1/4 cup of honey(2 loaves), 1tbsp. yeast,2 tsp. kosher sea salt,& 2 1/2 c. warm water. Baked at 350 for 30-40 mins.3-4 braids are the easiest. Youtube has so many videos that help.
Well, Lovey is home , and there's plenty of laudry to do. Life is as good as we make. Nice evening to All:)
Do you use whole eggs? I used the 6 strand braid I got off a chabad.org video. They had a few, but I ended up watching one of them about 300 times in order to braid that bread right! LOL It turns out so pretty. I only have cookie sheets and I am wondering if you use one of those bread stones to bake yours on? I do not want to plunk mine in a loaf pan, because I feel it would not turn out so pretty. It is funny that bread came up as a subject right after I purchased some yeast! lol I figured if I bought the yeast that it would motive me to get outta bed and make some bread! ha ha ha! Hey, what ever works!
just passing thrue

Hyden, KY

#93547 Oct 22, 2013
so did they ever find out what killed all them birds that fell from the sky?did they finally figure out it was a methane cloud they flue into from the gas wells near by they was fracking.??.or did they pass that up to cover up the real reason?

Since: Oct 13

Location hidden

#93548 Oct 22, 2013
_-_Nope_-_, I have heard this trick before but I have not had a need to do this because by some luck, I don't have an ant problem related to my hummingbird feeder.

I would like to share some news I read recently, Hummingbirds spend an average of 10–15% of their time feeding and 75–80% perching so I bought a swing for them this year. http://feedersandseed.com/

I do whatever I can to make my backyard more inviting :)
Anne

Baldwin, WI

#93549 Oct 22, 2013
I'm beat. Drove 11 hours. Traffic has not been bad but i was relieved to get off I 65. too much tradfic. Even went through snow a little west of Chicago. Speed limit has been 65 through Illinois and Wisconsin, dropping down to 45 in all that construction. The snow wasnt a happy time because I thought I'd be fighting snow and more snow. That slows a person down. Btw, just microwaved one of those hormel compleats. Not bad. Rather have some good cottage cheese.lol Seriously though, check out that German doctor-Johannah Bugwig.
There could be some usable ideas etc.

All of you are in my prayers.

Since: Mar 11

Location hidden

#93551 Oct 22, 2013
OhioJeepGirl wrote:
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A few months back I read this article: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-23674...
It shows many pictures of the deformed vegetables and flowers that are now growing in Japan. It is also deforming butterflies, baby animals, and human babies. Some pregnancies are terminating. Children are already showing up with thyroid cancers, a problem that did not show up for 4-5 years after Chernobyl. Speaking of Chernobyl, some experts did a study and feel that Fukushima has released much more contamination than Chernobyl, which is why the thyroid troubles are showing up early. Some reports are even showing that the father you go away from Fukushima the higher the levels of contamination.
When are they supposed to move these rods?
I am not sure I understand that nuclear map.
When I was a kid in school we learned that one teaspoon of nuclear energy would supply New York city for a month. I wish they would have figured in the cost of nuclear energy when you factor in a melt down. I bet it has now cost TEPCO a lot more than a teaspoon of so-called cheap nuclear energy.
Hello, again, OJG. Glad to see that you have come back out of hibernation and are posting again. TEPKO is inept and broke, and not able to try to clean up the mess they left Japan with. Human life is cheap to them. They are sending in workers to areas so "hot" that, even in full protective radiation suits, they cannot stay for more than a few minutes. Many workers are having nosebleeds and passing out. The scary thing about this is that no one knows exactly where the corium is located. It has melted through the reactor floor and is going, down, down, down, to who knows where. Next month will be a turning point, when TEPCO tries to remove distorted rods from twisted containment units, crumbled and in shambles. Download some pictures of the reactors, which were taken from various points by an unmanned drone. There is nothing left of the place. Web cams recently revealed new explosions. This, not only affects the ocean, but it is already in the atmosphere, circling in the northern hemisphere. what goes up comes down in the rain, and contaminates areas far and wide. This, in turn, contaminates the soil, so the vegetables and fruits grown, become radioactive. Animals graze on grass, and the contamination goes up the food chain to those beings on top of the ladder...Mankind. We have done it to ourselves.

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