Hundreds of birds die in western Ky.

Jan 5, 2011 Full story: The Cincinnati Enquirer 81,648

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

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The land of harmony and peace

#76531 Dec 4, 2012
CrazyasUR wrote:
<quoted text>ChemTrails. hahahhahahahahahahha!!!!!!!!!! I wonder how they get hundreds of workers to load all the chems and none have EVER went to the news or press about it?????????? I wonder how none of the workers have any family that they would worry about. You people need your own show. Have it come on right after Preppers and just before 12/21/12ers.
And your theory on Roswell is what, exactly? You ARE old enough to know about Roswell I assume.... How did they cover THAT up you might ask? Threats, scare tactics, money and manipulation. Now that some of these retired military personnel are coming forward, we're hearing more and more of those "facts" that were squelched.

Never underestimate a "governing power" my dear. You'll loose every time. I can guarantee you of that.
Abeliever

Vine Grove, KY

#76533 Dec 4, 2012
_-_Nope_-_ wrote:
Got our chicken n'dumplins on the stove simmering. Brussel sprouts are cleaned and ready for the broiler. We like them broiled and browned a tiny bit with some olive oil, sea salt and then a drizzle of aged balsamic vinegar when they're ready to eat.... It's OH SO tasty.
Before I started to clean the sprouts, I spied a comment that eluded to me being a mod again? Or is it that someone thinks an editor is a mod? Oh, my head. This issue has been hashed and rehashed on here to the point that I should just keep a solid "copy and paste" response to it on my PC... But the comment is gone now and I don't know exactly which of the known culprits would have put it on here beings as I can't see it now. Oh well....
Anyway.. Got some very important phone calls finalized today, got laundry done, got and idea of what clothes to take to Gatlinburg, finalized the details with the new and highly recommended critter sitter for my baby's that that can't go with us, and I'm looking forward to seeing some different scenery for a few days. Yes, even some bear.. One of those little cabins up on a mountain top with a heated jacuzzi and a crackling fireplace inside and out is sounding VERY nice right about how. We're debating whether to take the Harley's or not. I'm not sure yet if I feel like a road warrior after the past two weeks of aggravation that have been going on. I think I might just decide on being a completely pampered passenger this time. Take the cage. No muss, no fuss, no aching butt or backside.
What a rough few weeks it's been~ This 'end of year' string tying has always sucked spoiled milk.. I hate paperwork and stupid details, but I'd hate it much worse should I royally screw up my business and personal taxes...
It just started to rain about an hour ago, so the wildlife around here went to bed earlier than usual. But it was a gorgeous day again. I wonder if HAARP,(or whatever we can really blame this extremely strange weather on), is going to mess up our winter again? I have been watching where the squirrels are putting their nests this fall. They are building nests close to the tree trunks and about 2/3 of the way up for thee most part, as opposed to further out on the branches like they sometimes do. I was taught that this usually means a rough winter, thus they are "hugging" the tree trunk with their nests. We'll see.. We'll see.
Your dinner sounds yummy too. Mine is ready, guest on the way, gametime 30 minutes. Great way to spend a rainy night. Sounds like you have the perfect getaway planned. If the weather is going to be good, the bikes are worth the haul. I hope you have a fantastic time. I need to check out the squirrels nest around here for their pattern. I think HAARP/Chemtrails have a lot to do with the weather, earthquakes, etc...but mild winter wouldn't hurt my feelings. lol

Your mod criers are a trip, aren't they. haha Too funny.

Off to enjoy the night, might check in late if not too tired. I hope you have a great evening.

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#76555 Dec 4, 2012
HAARP Songs wrote:
I had been researching the chemtrails and haarp after seeing some YouTube videos. I never thought this would be happening in Paducah directly over my head. Yesterday I pulled out my camera and filmed over 15 jets in the sky directly above Paducah making their rounds criss-crossing the sky making loops and I captured a huge chemcloud they made earlier in the day. It takes a few hours for their clouds to form after spraying. I'm a semi-pro photographer that is taking the fine arts program at the Paducah School of Art. I used my Canon DLSR and filmed it in 1080p HD. I'm going to upload it to YouTube tonight and I'll post the link here when I get it up if y'all want to see what I'm talking about.
That would be great. Chemtrails have been going on for some time. Particulate matter from these contain aluminum and barium as the main ingredient. For a long time, I thought that this was a "sinister government program." The more that I think about it, the more I am beginning to think that these "clouds" may be protective. The sun is entering solar max and there have been huge flares that potentially could wipe out the grid, if the flares are earth-directed. So far we have been lucky and the flares have not taken an earth-directed path. In the future, we may not be so lucky. The earth's protective magnetic shield is weakening in the wake of polar reversal. This is normal phenomena and takes about 2000 years to complete. It is not the reversal that is dangerous but the weakened magnetic shield, along with decreases in the earth's protective ozone layer. Perhaps the chemtrails in some way are used to deflect these solar flares. I am not certain of this, but it may be worth some consideration.
W KY Girl

Tuscola, IL

#76556 Dec 4, 2012
Ancient Wolf wrote:
<quoted text>
Chickens are fun to watch and can bring much PEACE. I let mine out to free range earlier and then a short rain shower came and I stood under the eaves watching them run to get out of the rain. LOL Dog even beat me back into the house and grabbed his recliner.(He has his own)
I haven't had chickens in a long time but I really do like them. I can see how they can bring PEACE, for sure. I love goats too. They are really funny to watch and they can make as good of a pet as a dog, imo. Do you have any certain breed of chickens?

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#76557 Dec 4, 2012
Ancient Wolf wrote:
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Most times when I think my blood will boil, I force myself to stop and think "Will I even know about this in a 100 years or less ? Will I care then" ? It seems to help. All those times I complained about the mother-in-law or father-in-law mean nothing now that they are gone along with the wife's passing. There is just not much that I care about any more. What will be will be. Have a good day, it could be our last one.
You have a great attitude, one that I attempt to develop as well. I'm much better at letting aggravations go, but I admit that I fall off the wagon from time to time. My mantra when things go wrong is,"This too shall pass."
W KY Girl

Tuscola, IL

#76560 Dec 4, 2012
Hempburn wrote:
Soup beans cooking for dinner, will make up some mexican cornbread to go with em. The birds get the left over cornbread mexican or not, they like it. I got three crows that come through out the day and scavange the area I toss things out to the creatures,, you'd think it would be a pair or two pair but this same three show up every morning, guess I will have to name them.
I had three geese: Huey, Dewy and Louie. Geese are some really neat criitters too. They make cool pets.
Really

Paducah, KY

#76563 Dec 4, 2012
I have seen these clouds that look like 3 lines perpendicular to each other in the sky here in West Kentucky too. I read where you guys call them chemtrails. Im not real sure what I thought they were, if anything at all. Untill I started seeing them more often especially in the spring and summer months. Im sorry if its already been said, but can some one say roughly what a chemtrail is? Thanks!
Raven

Fort Gay, WV

#76571 Dec 4, 2012
People began to develop blisters and become sick back in 1999. Apparently, the government/ military was spraying chemicals possibly toxins into the atmosphere. This has been happening quite frequently in southern Ky. Has there by any chance any increase in flu like symptoms and has cancer rates become more prominent? How about respiratory problems? I just don't store much faith in our government. FDA allows modified this and including modified food starch. Keep watching and take care. All one can do.
Raven

Fort Gay, WV

#76574 Dec 4, 2012
In 1998 an anonymous few tested 4 samples of this gas that was released into the air. It contained EDB which was banned pesticide at that time ( Ethel fibroid e). There were non- specific bacterial groups found in these studies or four samples.

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Since: Mar 11

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#76575 Dec 4, 2012
Really wrote:
I have seen these clouds that look like 3 lines perpendicular to each other in the sky here in West Kentucky too. I read where you guys call them chemtrails. Im not real sure what I thought they were, if anything at all. Untill I started seeing them more often especially in the spring and summer months. Im sorry if its already been said, but can some one say roughly what a chemtrail is? Thanks!
Chemtrails are a spray consisting of barium, aluminum, and other particulate matter. You can see airplanes spraying this stuff in a criss-cross pattern, which over time, spreads out into a layer of clouds. They differ from contrails, which is an exhaust from planes. This exhaust does not spread out to form lingering clouds. It quickly disappears from the sky. Also, you don't have the planes flying back and forth, making a checkerboard pattern. What people can't figure out is the reason for the chemtrails. Barium and aluminum can cause respiratory problems if inhaled in large quantities.
Raven

Fort Gay, WV

#76578 Dec 4, 2012
Ethel dibromide. Sorry.

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Since: Mar 11

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#76583 Dec 4, 2012
W KY Girl wrote:
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I had three geese: Huey, Dewy and Louie. Geese are some really neat criitters too. They make cool pets.
They make great "watch dogs" as well, honking loudly if anyone comes into the yard. A goose attack is something to behold! Their bites are pretty painful, and the geese are relentless warriors. The intruder has only one option....RUN!

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#76586 Dec 4, 2012
Hempburn wrote:
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Not bad, Larry Curly and Moe it is.
Did you know that Curly was an accomplished pianist and extremely intelligent? He certainly created the opposite persona when acting as Curly on the Three Stooges, delighting young and old for more than three generations.

“Is who I am”

Since: Aug 08

Scottsville

#76587 Dec 4, 2012
Good night to all, and good day tomorrow.
Raven

Fort Gay, WV

#76588 Dec 4, 2012
This was an interesting read... www.rense.com/general //chmmill.htm
To all a good night. Rainy and windy here. Ferociously so.

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Since: Mar 11

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#76594 Dec 4, 2012
Good-night to all. Sleep well, friends.
W KY Girl

Tuscola, IL

#76595 Dec 4, 2012
Oglala wrote:
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They make great "watch dogs" as well, honking loudly if anyone comes into the yard. A goose attack is something to behold! Their bites are pretty painful, and the geese are relentless warriors. The intruder has only one option....RUN!
You are so right. Mine would pick at me sometimes, about like a monkey cleaning another monkey. lol Even though they were not really biting me, sometimes it would hurt! A couple did go after one of the kids in the family one day. You never heard such a commotion until I rescued the kid! LOL
The last three I had would come to the door and peck on it like they were knocking. lol They got a little out of hand, when I would mow the yard they would follow me around flying. It got dangerous! I was afraid they were going to hit a car head on. They are really some neat creatures. I hope to have some more one of these days. Maybe when I get my chickens. They are really sweet. One bird I have never had that I also want is guineas.
A Lo Lag

Stanton, KY

#76596 Dec 4, 2012
Oglala wrote:
<quoted text>
That would be great. Chemtrails have been going on for some time. Particulate matter from these contain aluminum and barium as the main ingredient. For a long time, I thought that this was a "sinister government program." The more that I think about it, the more I am beginning to think that these "clouds" may be protective. The sun is entering solar max and there have been huge flares that potentially could wipe out the grid, if the flares are earth-directed. So far we have been lucky and the flares have not taken an earth-directed path. In the future, we may not be so lucky. The earth's protective magnetic shield is weakening in the wake of polar reversal. This is normal phenomena and takes about 2000 years to complete. It is not the reversal that is dangerous but the weakened magnetic shield, along with decreases in the earth's protective ozone layer. Perhaps the chemtrails in some way are used to deflect these solar flares. I am not certain of this, but it may be worth some consideration.
I have three problems with the 'protective shield' intent:
1. Why don't they just tell us it's for our protection so that perhaps we could start taking our own protective measures?
2. How much protection do we really get from a thin layer of barium and aluminum particulates in the atmosphere when you're dealing with high energy M or X class solar flares? It would be nice if they could show us some scientific calculations on how they have determined how much spraying they need to do to protect us based on the amount of radiation we are receiving. Perhaps I'm a bit paranoid and suspicious by nature, but to me complete silence on the issue from the government is a sign of nefarious intent behind a secret agenda.
3. If they really were shielding us from solar flares, then wouldn't they have to spray the entire country at the same time and not just certain selected areas at what appears to be random intervals?
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#76597 Dec 5, 2012
W KY Girl wrote:
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I haven't had chickens in a long time but I really do like them. I can see how they can bring PEACE, for sure. I love goats too. They are really funny to watch and they can make as good of a pet as a dog, imo. Do you have any certain breed of chickens?
I have Rhode Island Red hens and a White Plymouth Rock Rooster. The Rhode Islands are good egg layers but not very good brooders unless you take their fertilized eggs and raise baby chicks in an incubator.
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#76598 Dec 5, 2012
W KY Girl wrote:
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I had three geese: Huey, Dewy and Louie. Geese are some really neat criitters too. They make cool pets.
I had some guineas last year. Gee are they a noisy lot. They can fly faster and further than chickens and spent much time up on the roof of my house just so they could ruin my afternoon naps. LOL

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