Hundreds of birds die in western Ky.

Hundreds of birds die in western Ky.

There are 81676 comments on the The Cincinnati Enquirer story from Jan 5, 2011, titled Hundreds of birds die in western Ky.. In it, The Cincinnati Enquirer reports that:

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

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Abeliever

Campbellsville, KY

#72579 Oct 16, 2012
R Evolution wrote:
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what do you suppose is the significance of the 12 pendants? Possibly to introduce the concepts of the infinite potential of zero point energy, Tesla technology, or cold fusion? I believe it will eventually be revealed that the conflict is over who will control these new energy sources. Do you remember when they talked about this in the movie "Thrive"?
I can't believe the pages of comments that have been deleted. I am glad. Must of kept topix busy trying to kill the thread tonight.

I think those 12 pendants have to be simultaneously put into something to turn the grid back on. It's always about the power, isn't it, good vs evil. I am loving that show.

I never finished watching that movie, but looked to see that I still had it and I read all the reviews on it. Look forward to finishing it and getting back to you on that.

They were out chemspraying heavy today. Plus, first responders are geared up and had an unnounced disaster drill last week. Glad they are staying on it. Glad we have two military bases in our state. They are on it.

Hope you had a good night. Sorry I missed you.
Abeliever

Campbellsville, KY

#72580 Oct 16, 2012
Hempburn wrote:
Good evening. Sons of Anachy,Revolution,True Blood,Dexter,Game of Thrones,,, when the big one hits, I'm going to miss my tv. But it wil be cool carrying around my katana and suppressed 40 cal ninja style. Subsonic, that's the key. Then there is all the death gas the government has stashed, some redneck troll will have to mess with that and ruin it for everyone.
Have a good one,,,,, trolls not so much.
Hi Hempburn. You were missed by all, but can't read about it now. lol I agree about the gas and the redneck troll. I figured you were out riding today since it was so beautiful. Ancient Wolf must have been outdoors working since he wasn't here either. Hope you enjoyed the day. Everyone was anxiously waiting for your report. haha

Have a good night.
Blueminer

United States

#72582 Oct 16, 2012
Hello yall from a rundown ol truck stop in PA. Truckin sure is a lonely job sometimes. I'm glad to see it so friendly around here.

I haven't been able to keep track of some things as I don't own a laptop.
Sun and weather anomalies, earthquake activity, hurricane season. I'm out of touch!

Gonna have to get a laptop or XM radio.

I reckon that's all I got... Have a goodd one everyon.
Abeliever

Campbellsville, KY

#72583 Oct 16, 2012
Blueminer wrote:
Hello yall from a rundown ol truck stop in PA. Truckin sure is a lonely job sometimes. I'm glad to see it so friendly around here.
I haven't been able to keep track of some things as I don't own a laptop.
Sun and weather anomalies, earthquake activity, hurricane season. I'm out of touch!
Gonna have to get a laptop or XM radio.
I reckon that's all I got... Have a goodd one everyon.
Hi Blueminer, I was wondering where you were. If you notice the big gaps you will see they kept the mods busy today. That is why it is so friendly. Hope it stays that way. We could talk about some interesting things going on. I appreciate it.

Stay safe on the road and get that laptop. How do you travel without one? I would feel cutoff from the world without mine. I always take mine when I travel. I use my phone for a PHONE, nothing else.

Have a great night, stop in when you can.
Blueminer

United States

#72584 Oct 16, 2012
Abeliever wrote:
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Hi Blueminer, I was wondering where you were. If you notice the big gaps you will see they kept the mods busy today. That is why it is so friendly. Hope it stays that way. We could talk about some interesting things going on. I appreciate it.
Stay safe on the road and get that laptop. How do you travel without one? I would feel cutoff from the world without mine. I always take mine when I travel. I use my phone for a PHONE, nothing else.
Have a great night, stop in when you can.
10/4 thanks. This is difficult on a cell phone. Gonna upgrade to a 4G soon. Good to read you GoodNight.
Abeliever

Campbellsville, KY

#72586 Oct 16, 2012
A 4.6-magnitude earthquake struck west of Portland, Maine, on Tuesday evening, the U.S. Geological Survey said, and the tremor reportedly was felt as far as Boston.

Texas, Utah, Oregon, Washington, Montana , California, Alaska and Hawaii also had earthquakes today.

Hear my pillow calling. You folks have a peaceful night. Listening for the crickets outside my window. Love having the house open. At least the second story at bedtime. Warm days and cool nights. Don't get any better. Loving it. Hope everyone is enjoying it. I am

Goodnight!
LOL

United States

#72587 Oct 17, 2012
Abeliever wrote:
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I agree with a lot of what you say. I wish I had a recipe for you but there are those that post or read that would. We discussed honey in our survival talk and lack of bees. Honey never goes bad. Who don't love honey. I am grateful my son was taught to hunt fish, shoot a bow and arrow, every type of gun, knows the woods, edible plants and most basic live off the land survival skills. It is a shame young people haven't the survival skills to even catch a fish, let alone grow and process their own food. Hope there is enough around when the SHTF to help them out. I really enjoyed our survival talk early in the thread. Learned alot.
I think the military sonar theory is a possibility on the birds. That and HARRP/Chemtrails. I seen them spraying in the Louisville/Fort Knox area today. I think the combination of the oil spill, heat, earthquakes, nuclear waste, and lack of oxygen killed the aquatic life.
I am sure enjoying the show Revolution. It just might be what it comes to someday. It's not that out there. lol
Hope you have a good night.
I have been keeping up with this thread as often as I can but do so quietly! By the way it is good to see good clean conversation and no mud slinging! I also agree that the younger generation know very little to nothing about survival or having to live off if the land! We have also taught my eight year old son hunting fishing and still in the process of teaching him how to harvest the meat from it! Now days youngsters are too used to picking up the phone and ordering food or running through a drive thru! Our society as a whole are way too spoiled! I do believe that we have not yet seen disaster! I would like to be more prepared for this sort of thing than I am because you can never be too prepared! A few years ago something as small as an ice storm shut things down for a while and people acted like they were dying all because they didn't have a coffe pot or a microwave! It really is scary to think how dependent we have become on oil, electricity, and modern technology that some people would not even begin to know how to survive outdoors if they had to! There is life past the sidewalks! I live in the country and I wouldn't change a thing! I'll try to keep up a little closer. Sounds like a good bunch if people in here!
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#72588 Oct 17, 2012
Peaceful night. This is why I have chosen to go back to my roots in the country and use a wood burning stove with iron pots and skillets to cook on if it should become necessary.

I keep an ample supply of food items that do not require refridgeration and even though Abelievers list included salt, it was not given the priority that I think it deserves. One can never have too much salt. It can be used to process meats and fish and in Ancient times was more valuable than gold. Also, I do not recall seeing rice, pinto beans, or pasta on that list. Maybe they were.

I could do without television I dont watch much anyways. In the old days, we gathered around an old battery operated radio that dad hooked to the car battery on Saturday nights and roll started the old Chevy to go to Church on Sundays. A straight shift vehicle would be good to consider (or a mule LOL).

“Is who I am”

Since: Aug 08

Scottsville

#72593 Oct 17, 2012
Woo, chilly morning. Just hanging out.
Hempburn

Whitley City, KY

#72595 Oct 17, 2012
Hey guys. Good days to be out on a bike lately. The fall colors just make for an overall enjoyable ride. I stopped in a MkeeDee's yesterday for the first time in about twenty years, na did not eat their synthetic foods but the restroom was clean enough for a quick number one,, lol. Lots of bird movement going gone so that alone is enough to get out in the real world.

Enjoy the day,,,,, trolls, not so much.
Abeliever

Campbellsville, KY

#72600 Oct 17, 2012
LOL wrote:
<quoted text>I have been keeping up with this thread as often as I can but do so quietly! By the way it is good to see good clean conversation and no mud slinging! I also agree that the younger generation know very little to nothing about survival or having to live off if the land! We have also taught my eight year old son hunting fishing and still in the process of teaching him how to harvest the meat from it! Now days youngsters are too used to picking up the phone and ordering food or running through a drive thru! Our society as a whole are way too spoiled! I do believe that we have not yet seen disaster! I would like to be more prepared for this sort of thing than I am because you can never be too prepared! A few years ago something as small as an ice storm shut things down for a while and people acted like they were dying all because they didn't have a coffe pot or a microwave! It really is scary to think how dependent we have become on oil, electricity, and modern technology that some people would not even begin to know how to survive outdoors if they had to! There is life past the sidewalks! I live in the country and I wouldn't change a thing! I'll try to keep up a little closer. Sounds like a good bunch if people in here!
I agree with everything you said LOL. I am grateful my son would have a fighting chance to survive and maybe help others. You would think people would have paid attention during the ice storm. I know many went out and bought generators but little else...no water, non-perishable food, or any supplies to speak of.

I am glad you have kept up with the thread despite the nastiness the mods are trying so hard to delete. There are some good folks on this thread with great ideas and stories to share. I have really learned alot in the last two years and made some good friends I email with despite never meeting them. I treasure their friendship. You can never have too many friends. Hope you join in if the mods can keep it clean and rid us of the undesirables.

Hope you have a great day LOL.
LOL

United States

#72602 Oct 17, 2012
Everyone have a great day as being able to get out and enjoy warm weather is quickly coming to a close for a while! If you are able get out and enjoy the warm temps while we still have it!

“Is who I am”

Since: Aug 08

Scottsville

#72603 Oct 17, 2012
Going to get myself a new phone today. One of them fancy I Phones. Then I can be online ALL the time. LMAO!!!
Abeliever

Campbellsville, KY

#72608 Oct 17, 2012
Orionid meteor shower to light up the night skies this weekend, if it is clear outside, we can see the debris shed by Halley’s Comet.

“Is who I am”

Since: Aug 08

Scottsville

#72609 Oct 17, 2012
Got my IPhone. Peek a Boo!

“It is what it is, folks!!”

Since: Feb 10

Location hidden

#72610 Oct 17, 2012
Thanks, AB. I usually keep up on meteor activity but this one slipped by me! I love to sit outside and watch for shooting stars with a mug of hot tea or hot chocolate with a fire going in the pit!!

I saw another program about the threat of a power grid attack last night. This is getting too up close and personal in terms of us all being ready.

I started setting empty milk jugs aside last month to store additional non drinkable water in. The full jugs can be left out in the shed. If things DO come to a head, I'd at least like to have enough extra water for us to wash "the important" parts when cold weather sets in. If something should happen at the time it would be much too cold to jump into the river or a pond to bathe yourself. I'm all about as much comfort that can be afforded, as well as surviving.....

If I was a terrorist, that would be the time I'd hit the USA. Right when the weather was at it's worst, when chances of survival would be less likely, and when they would reasonably expect many people from the less temperate climates to freeze to death. Even today with just the ravages of nature, we have people who freeze to death during ice storms, etc.

“It is what it is, folks!!”

Since: Feb 10

Location hidden

#72611 Oct 17, 2012
On another note, and at the risk of probably redundantly posting this same story somewhere in this very thread long ago, I just mentally recalled a segment on Lex 18 news during those terrible ice storms a few years back.

A woman was being interviewed and she was saying that everything in her refrigerator had spoiled....

So okay, let's break this down. It was an ICE STORM. We had below freezing temps for days... Perishable FOOD issues? Free ice and snow right outdoors which you could have used to keep your foods from going bad.... Sad scenario when we have people who aren't able to evaluate a situation and adjust during a disaster of any kind..

Is it just ME, or does anyone else see the irony here??

Some will definitely survive and do so as comfortably as they are able it if and when SHTF. Others? Nope. Purely due to a lack of any common sense..
Raven

United States

#72620 Oct 17, 2012
Ancient Wolf wrote:
Peaceful night. This is why I have chosen to go back to my roots in the country and use a wood burning stove with iron pots and skillets to cook on if it should become necessary.
I keep an ample supply of food items that do not require refridgeration and even though Abelievers list included salt, it was not given the priority that I think it deserves. One can never have too much salt. It can be used to process meats and fish and in Ancient times was more valuable than gold. Also, I do not recall seeing rice, pinto beans, or pasta on that list. Maybe they were.
I could do without television I dont watch much anyways. In the old days, we gathered around an old battery operated radio that dad hooked to the car battery on Saturday nights and roll started the old Chevy to go to Church on Sundays. A straight shift vehicle would be good to consider (or a mule LOL).
Sea Salt is better for you so it's the best to stock in your supplies. It is natural and not iodized of course;) Great Posts!
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#72622 Oct 17, 2012
Raven wrote:
<quoted text>Sea Salt is better for you so it's the best to stock in your supplies. It is natural and not iodized of course;) Great Posts!
I agree, old sailing ships used to salt down their seafood catch before there was ice machines and such. I was thinking more in terms of rock salt or ice cream salt.

“It is what it is, folks!!”

Since: Feb 10

Location hidden

#72623 Oct 17, 2012
I agree!! Salt AND honey. Both of which are survival staples that shouldn't be overlooked by any means. Honey NEVER spoils, they've even found jugs of it in the ancient pyramids and it's still edible! Amazing, isn't it??

Raw honey can also be used to treat wounds as it prohibits the growth of bacteria.
(Bet'cha most of you didn't know that). Just apply it to a wound and cover with a sterile bandage. The honey promotes healing!!

We need to keep this thread on track like it has been for the past couple of days. This is interesting to so many of us and every single hint we share is a step toward helping each other in turn..

The birds and other wildlife dying may be a sign from 'above', it might purely be due to mans devices, or it might be nature telling us to straighten our tails ends up. But there is no denying that we have other country's who can't stand us and they are on standby to do us in. So whatever the reason, we need to get in gear and stay in gear..

Cold weather is coming and I'm going to stay on my toes for the ones I love.

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