Hundreds of birds die in western Ky.

Jan 5, 2011 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: The Cincinnati Enquirer

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 wrote:
FOR BELIE:
H.A.A.R.P Technology Fully Explained
Friday, April 5, 2013 15:35
The High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program (HAARP) is an ionospheric research program jointly funded by the U.S. Air Force, the U.S. Navy, the University of Alaska, and the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA). Built by BAE Advanced Technologies (BAEAT), its purpose is to analyze the ionosphere and investigate the potential for developing ionospheric enhancement technology for radio communications and surveillance. Work on the HAARP Station began in 1993 and the current working IRI was completed in 2007. The most prominent instrument at the HAARP Station is the Ionospheric Research Instrument (IRI), a high-power radio frequency transmitter facility operating in the high frequency (HF) band. H.A.A.R.P is the largest ionospheric heater in the world. Capable of heating a 1000 square kilometer area of the ionosphere to over 50,000 degrees. Using HAARP, the military can focus a billion-watt pulsed radio beam into our upper atmosphere, ostensibly for ionospheric research. This procedure will form extremely low frequency waves and send them back to the Earth, enhancing communications with submarines and allowing us to see into the Earth, detecting anything from oil reserves to underground missile silos.
http://beforeitsnews.com/alternative/2013/04/...
Lots of videos (History Channel) and more discussion on the site. Also at
Source: http://worldtruth.tv/h-a-a-r-p-technology-ful...
Thanks, I just read that article on pakalertpress.com yesterday actually.
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what our mainstream media is not talking about is why NK is making these threats. The real truth is that they want the American military bases out of South Korea. It is actually China that is behind North Korea as they want to reunify North and South Korea under their wing with the US out of South Korea. A war with North Korea is actually a war with China and Russia will take their side if this leads to World War III. This will not be good for US/NATO.
The underlying reason for the China-US confrontation is because China, along with the other BRICS countries (Brazil, Russia, India, China, South Africa) are looking to replace the dollar with a new world currency and hence end western hegemony. This is the real reason why we are once again at the brink of yet another war. When the power of the dollar and the central banks are challenged, war is the result. This is why Libya and Iraq were invaded (it had nothing to do with terrorists) and also why Iran is being targetted (it has nothing to do with nuclear weapons). The media always paints our enemies as the bad guys and we are being threatened only so they can get soldiers to enlist and fight the wars for the central bankers. It's really all about money, power, and global control, so don't be deceived. The North Koreans aren't the bad guys, they are just doing China's bidding on the global chessboard, like a pawn checking the king to see what his next move will be. China and Russia are testing the US/NATO and I think this time the US has no choice but to assume a defensive posture this time. Our military has been spread too thin in the Middle East and is worn out over a prolonged war in Iraq and Afghanistan and now potentially more deployment engaging with Syria and Iran. China and Russia know we are weak now which is why they have put out North Korea as a pawn to threaten the king. Don't you think it's interesting that our media does not report on what China and Russia is saying about this? They are the big dogs in this fight and they are being very quiet as they size up the US/NATO response.
These guys are both NK- been slinging prop all over the forums for months. I agree, but further believe that both "sides" are in it together.. Probably a bloodbath coming. IMO Not a major world conflict...just yet. I concur the mixture is volatile, I think it will settle after a small, although disastrous reaction.
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Interesting that NKorea will cause all this BS then without saying test launch a missle and shoots it over Japan as they have once before. When does our satellite let us know if its going to hit or miss Japan so that our missles can shoot it down in which can cause a wicked response but the US.
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Hey bird threaders, HI IMPOSTER, hope you all had a wonderful weekend. I did. I am so ready for the garden, flowers, and roses work to begin.
Hello lovely. You had to mention work. LOL
I'm glad to go actually. Yes it was a nice weekend, for work or play.
Glad you enjoyed it.
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These guys are both NK- been slinging prop all over the forums for months. I agree, but further believe that both "sides" are in it together.. Probably a bloodbath coming. IMO Not a major world conflict...just yet. I concur the mixture is volatile, I think it will settle after a small, although disastrous reaction.
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hopefully this does not escalate into World War III. I don't think it will. The only thing that I forsee happening is North Korea firing at the US military bases in South Korea forcing the US out of there because this is what China and Russia want to see happen. It's probably best we withdraw our forces from that region before the fireworks begin because this will be a severe blow to our military which will weaken us internationally. Sometimes in chess, retreat and defend is a good strategy especially when you are in no position to be on the offensive
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Its hard to speculate with any great degree of accuracy. I'm hoping it will blow over but that is a high hope indeed, considering the situation. I dont stare at goats or anything...
But I see a great and terrible storm in the distance, moving slowly towards us.
I think they're about to kill a bunch of brave young men and women..... again. And I think they're all actually, ultimately in on it together as pawns of a select group. A group of chess-masters from way back.
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hopefully this does not escalate into World War III. I don't think it will. The only thing that I forsee happening is North Korea firing at the US military bases in South Korea forcing the US out of there because this is what China and Russia want to see happen.
I hope not. The NK are completely brainwashed from infancy...not childhood.
The reason that point concerns me is this- what a way to control the masses. IE Cultural experiment a resounding success?
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Its hard to speculate with any great degree of accuracy. I'm hoping it will blow over but that is a high hope indeed, considering the situation. I dont stare at goats or anything...
But I see a great and terrible storm in the distance, moving slowly towards us.
I think they're about to kill a bunch of brave young men and women..... again. And I think they're all actually, ultimately in on it together as pawns of a select group. A group of chess-masters from way back.
if the ultimate goal is one world government, then maybe this is all part of the plan by the chess masters and we are all nothing but pawns, because when the people of the world are divided and fighting one another, then we are all more easily subjugated and controlled.
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Set obedient faithful followers as the objective and a culture such as NK's would be pretty attractive. I would bet my hat that subcultures are virtually nonexistent there when compared to anything other than small island cultures. The place is a sociologist's dream. I agree that the NK fat boy being set as a god could be questionable info, even z-media propaganda...They do throw us a truthful scrap from time to time. What a time we live in.
Goodnight all.

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Good morning!! And, it's going to be warm and cloudy here. Hope you all have a good day!
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Birds die! It happens.

“It is what it is, folks!!”

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Howdy strangers!! Just popping in to say hello and then I'm off to run errands today.

I ended up with another new critter baby. Yes another one!! I've been busy, busy, busy. But it's been a really fun kind of busy! I just got ANOTHER parrot!! A BIG PARROT with an even BIGGER cage! This house is certainly "lively", I'll admit that much!!
(_-_Nopes_-_ critter menagerie just seems to keep growing)!!

Glad to see everyone. But where's Hemp?? Blue?? I didn't see anything from them in my catch up reading...

I'm hoping it's finally safe to put some of my huge house plants back outside again before fall comes back around!! Thank goodness, it looks like spring is here. The house was pretty crowded with plants this winter. It'll be nice to free up some room again, particularly with this new gorilla sized bird cage in here now!!

Okay, I'll talk to you all later! Enjoy this FINE weather! We sure had to wait long enough for it, didn't we??
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Good morning all! What a beautiful day the LORD has given us.!

Looked out my bedroom window and saw a perfect view of the greatness of the Lord`s work in the form of a spider`s web!So perfect,so good a circle with dividers and inside circles!

called my wfe to come to see,she decided it would be my job to clean it off.Will await this evening.It needs to eat as do we all.
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whitehair wrote:
Good morning all! What a beautiful day the LORD has given us.!
Looked out my bedroom window and saw a perfect view of the greatness of the Lord`s work in the form of a spider`s web!So perfect,so good a circle with dividers and inside circles!
called my wfe to come to see,she decided it would be my job to clean it off.Will await this evening.It needs to eat as do we all.
Perhaps if you wait long enough, the rain and breeze might take care of it for you;) It's pretty breezy here in the eastern region of Ky. Kind of cloudy, might get a small shower. Webs are something. And not all spiders are dangerously venomous. Hehe. I believe, the brown recluse is the one to watch for in this area??? Fine day to you All. Birds are happy and so am I.
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AMEN to the Lord giving us a beautiful day. We take for granted all the little things, like the air we breathe. Even that is a gift from God. Enjoy the day and thank Our Father in Heaven for all we get.
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I did enjoy the CREATOR's day. Been out in it all day putting the finishing touches on my building and watching the chickens getting all excited about the things the tractor-tiller had turned up for them. Interesting to listen to the old rooster saying "Hey Girls, come look at this".

My son has a 5 foot long tiller that operates off the PTO drive on his tractor. It works much better than a cutting harrow and he came yesterday evening and tilled my corn field and my garden, but today was the first day for the chickens to find all the new treasures.

I even had 3 wild turkeys stick their heads out of the woods to see what the chickens were getting all excited about and the dog laid in the sunshine working on his tan. We are certainly BLESSED.
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Tollesboro Guy wrote:
AMEN to the Lord giving us a beautiful day. We take for granted all the little things, like the air we breathe. Even that is a gift from God. Enjoy the day and thank Our Father in Heaven for all we get.
It WAS a beautiful day and I DID rejoice and be glad !! I know I usually take things for granted but I am also aware of the many blessings I have been given!!!

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Home again...it's just getting dark. It was Beautiful today! Hope you all had a great day.
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_-_Nope_-_ wrote:
Glad to see everyone. But where's Hemp?? Blue?? I didn't see anything from them in my catch up reading...
I hope old super humpaburner is OK, Blue too. Strange how we worry about online persons we've never met.
Humper is probably busy taking care of his Koi-Kods, patrolling the bunny trail and such. Blue may be OTR again.
But I am fine considering... you are as well I hope. May we all be blessed with health this spring.
Sorry for picking at you so much in the past...for what its worth toots. I mean it this time.
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I did enjoy the CREATOR's day. Been out in it all day putting the finishing touches on my building and watching the chickens getting all excited about the things the tractor-tiller had turned up for them. Interesting to listen to the old rooster saying "Hey Girls, come look at this".
My son has a 5 foot long tiller that operates off the PTO drive on his tractor. It works much better than a cutting harrow and he came yesterday evening and tilled my corn field and my garden, but today was the first day for the chickens to find all the new treasures.
I even had 3 wild turkeys stick their heads out of the woods to see what the chickens were getting all excited about and the dog laid in the sunshine working on his tan. We are certainly BLESSED.
Right on.
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