Hundreds of birds die in western Ky.

Jan 5, 2011 Full story: The Cincinnati Enquirer 81,640

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

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#93516 Oct 21, 2013
OhioJeepGirl wrote:
Wow! It is so great to see so many posting on the thread over the last 24 hours.

@ NOPE - Thank you so much! Yes, this cancer has been a pain, literally! I started off having some minor pain that would come and go in June. I often get ovarian cysts and figured that is what it was. By July, well the pain came, stayed, and started getting much worse. My family doctor thought it was kidney stones and, since I do not have medical insurance, told me to go to the emergency room if it got worse...and it did. The ER did a CT scan and found a big 3.9cm x 3.6cm mass in my kidney and also picked up masses in my lower lungs and a 6mm one in my spleen. My family doctor sent me to the cancer center who sent me for a biopsy of my kidney, which came back that my breast cancer has returned. Darn sneaky cancer!!! Without having medical insurance I have only been able to get my annual mammograms, which always turned out fine (except last year when I had a biopsy that turned out ok). I have no idea how the cancer returned every place but the one place we were watching for it! My last battle (2006-2007) bone scans showed a lesion in my arm bone and the CT scans showed nodules in my lungs (which they said was nothing to worry about - um, only two of the previous nodes show on current CT scans, so if these tumors are not the nodes...where did all the nodes go?). We did not find out it was cancer until August 5th when the oncologist informed me that I was now stage 4 not curable. I have been in palliative care since. It has been one heck of an emotional roller coaster ride. Learning last Friday that the suckers are really shrinking has allowed me to finally breathe!

As for your diabetes, have you tried natural Stevia? I used to do a lot of wild crafting (AKA herbing) and learned a bunch. Anyways, Stevia is a natural sweetner that actually starts helping your body to regulate its sugar levels. You can grow it much like mint.

Sheeesh! I am sorry you are having heart troubles? I know when I was working very hard on a pH alkaline diet that the first day I was able to reach a pH level of 7.0-7.2 my blood pressure, which had jumped up from 110 to nearly 180, dropped back down into the 120s. BUT, I had also started another alternative treatment as well around the same time, Simpson Oil. I am not sure if an alkaline diet would help with your heart or not. I really hate that for you. At least with cancer you know you have some amount of time. I do not know how people cope with a diagnosis in which they can die at any moment! Yet, I would have to say that heart troubles and cancer are much better (as far as having extra time) than a bad accident. Time is a very important gift.

You are now added to my daily prayers. God can cure what men can't. Prayers have worked miracles in my life before.

At least we are all on the right side of the grass today.
I am a believer in homeopathy and herbal. I have had great success with cinnamon for stabilizing blood sugar levels.
Keeping you in prayer. You are a warrior!
OhioJeepGirl

Lenore, WV

#93517 Oct 21, 2013
@ Misty - Thank you. Yes, we think it is the alternative that caused the tumors to shrink. Even he nurse believes it was too soon to have any visual changes from the ovary removal that was just done September 13. Wow!!! You make Challah bread? I have made it twice, but my oven is screwed up, which I did not know at the time, and cooked the bread 100 degrees too much. It was not burnt bad, but pretty dark brown. I also caught the fact that when I split the recipe in half that I forgot to divide the eggs as well. I still used 5 egg yolks! On my first try it took me an hour of running back and forth to watch the braiding video, but it turned out pretty! Any tips for making the best Challah?

@ Anne – Thank you. Yes, I am trying alternatives. Alternatives are not a choice when the doctors tell you they cannot cure you. I am only 43 and have children, so dying right now is not an option. I was working on a cancer diet and a pH alkaline diet. I originally cut out all sugar, carbs, meats, dairy, and fruit (natural sugar). What happened was that I lost 16 pounds in about 10 days. That was not good at all. Now I eat anything that I feel like eating. Most days nothing sounds good at all, which is not good for me because then I will not eat anything. By allowing myself anything I want then I will keep my weight and develop more conditions, like protein deficiency. Why do you have to go all the way to Pikeville?

@ AW - That is sad about the same old men being at McDonald’s every day. My son will do the dishes and his own laundry, but he will not cook! That is going to have to change. It is always good to see you posting.
OhioJeepGirl

Lenore, WV

#93518 Oct 21, 2013
@ Miss E Font - Cinnamon is good for cancer too. I have not added that one yet, but I will. Are you taking cinnamon in capsule form or adding it to food and/or drink?

I certainly do not feel like a warrior some days...more like a wimpy chicken. lol I saw a video about a mother who had advanced stage breast cancer and wanted to stay alive until she could see all three of her daughters get married. All three were married on the very same day, a Sunday. The mother died the next day, Monday. What really got me out of that video was how sick, frail, and old their 56 year old mother looked. I decided right then that I am not going out like that!!! I do believe that the mind is a very powerful thing and that a positive outlook is half of the cancer battle, even though it is not always easy.

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#93519 Oct 21, 2013
OhioJeepGirl wrote:
@ Miss E Font - Cinnamon is good for cancer too. I have not added that one yet, but I will. Are you taking cinnamon in capsule form or adding it to food and/or drink?

I certainly do not feel like a warrior some days...more like a wimpy chicken. lol I saw a video about a mother who had advanced stage breast cancer and wanted to stay alive until she could see all three of her daughters get married. All three were married on the very same day, a Sunday. The mother died the next day, Monday. What really got me out of that video was how sick, frail, and old their 56 year old mother looked. I decided right then that I am not going out like that!!! I do believe that the mind is a very powerful thing and that a positive outlook is half of the cancer battle, even though it is not always easy.
I believe that as well. I use visualization techniques too. I use cinnamon as much as possible in my cooking; however, to get the dosage that works, I take the cinnamon in a capsule.
OhioJeepGirl

Lenore, WV

#93520 Oct 21, 2013
@ HOPE – Well, it is about time! I was hoping you were out there in the background! Wasn’t it you that was telling me about some green drink, not green tea, but something else. I am certain it was you that had mentioned it. I am certain you talked about water too.

Yes, the tumors are regressing. If the shrinkage is caused by the alternative then I am in pretty good shape; however, if it was caused by the ovary removal then I am in trouble as it will eventually stop working and the tumors will start growing again. Since they are decreasing in size, I figure I will wait on the kidney removal surgery. The urologist said that failing kidneys (my left kidney is functioning at 9%) can start functioning properly again, but they did not feel that would happen in my case. I think that the shrinking tumors raises the odds that my kidney will start working properly again.

I started watching Revolution when it first started. I think I watched the first three episodes, but then I would forget to watch it. I have never been much of a TV person, but I have watched a bunch of it since the kidney trouble started. I watch Blacklist faithfully every Monday night, but it did not start until after all of the kidney trouble.

The world! My playground! I have not been keeping up with much lately. I am pretty up to date on Syria. I pretty much lost my passion after getting hit with a death sentence. I do take a day here and there to try and catch up.
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#93521 Oct 21, 2013
It appears that I missed the OJG and Efont dinner date. I suppose I will just have to eat a cookie. LOL

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#93522 Oct 21, 2013
Ancient Wolf wrote:
It appears that I missed the OJG and Efont dinner date. I suppose I will just have to eat a cookie. LOL
Day late Dollar short?
There is always the 3am fried bologna sandwich
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#93523 Oct 21, 2013
Miss E Font wrote:
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Day late Dollar short?
There is always the 3am fried bologna sandwich
with onion and mustard?

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#93524 Oct 21, 2013
Ancient Wolf wrote:
<quoted text>with onion and mustard?
I never tried it that way -- onions?
That will negate kissing
Anne

United States

#93525 Oct 21, 2013
OhioJeepGirl wrote:
Yes, the tumors are regressing. If the shrinkage is caused by the alternative then I am in pretty good shape; however, if it was caused by the ovary removal then I am in trouble as it will eventually stop working and the tumors will start growing again. Since they are decreasing in size, I figure I will wait on the kidney removal surgery. The urologist said that failing kidneys (my left kidney is functioning at 9%) can start functioning properly again, but they did not feel that would happen in my case. I think that the shrinking tumors raises the odds that my kidney will start working properly again.
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.
Anne

United States

#93526 Oct 21, 2013
@MissE. Bologna sandwiches with onions and mustard. Wow ! It's been a long time since I've had that!! My dad fixed his bologna sandwiches exactly like that and I copied him! Lol
Anne

United States

#93527 Oct 21, 2013
Today's plans were changed a time or two! I was ready at 11 to leave for pikeville but got a last minute reprieve when the other grandparents called and said they had a car to bring the g'kids to the drop off . So I stayed home and packed their clothes for our fall break trip that we stArt on tomorrow morning!!!
I'm so sleepy ! Good night

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#93528 Oct 21, 2013
Manofthewater wrote:
We did it. People. We ruined our planet. We are the worst thing to ever happen to this planet as a species. We are a virus on the planet. Tear down trees and place concrete.( the southern pine tree produces the most oxygen of most trees in the US ) We are basically ripping the lungs of the planet right out of the ground, and our fresh air with it. Just look at google earth and see how much concrete there is where there used to be forest. Going on 7 billion people. Oil tanker spills, oil wells, radioactive materials, refuse, you name it. We dump it in our oceans. Since the worlds waters circulate it affects us globally. There are less edible fish in the oceans than ever before in mans history. Plants and vegetables are made in chemical factories that change the DNA of the seeds. Just ask a farmer what they did. So, take a deep breath and smell the air. That's as clean as it will ever be and only getting worse. Soon we will be paying taxes on our carbon footprint... What?!? They finally found a way to charge us for the air we breathe. It's not Revelations, its humans. More than likely the birds flew thru a toxic gas cloud that some factory puked out. It can also be that they all ate or drank from a toxic source. But you won't ever hear about that. It will always be printed as a mystery of nature. A little known fact, the sky was actually more blue when you were a kid. There were more pollinating bees when you were a kid. More crickets and grasshoppers, more butterflies, and more birds. Every species on the planet is dwindling except the human population. Trees, plants, and animals. All of them dying for our existence. Truly one day there won't be much left. Research what happened to the people of Easter Island. They cut down all the trees on their island and ate all the animals until the whole colony just disappeared. No doubt about it. This planet and the people on it will suffer greatly in the future.
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.

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#93529 Oct 21, 2013
Some one wrote:
It's HAARP.
http://youtu.be/nODrjQUR5YU
The High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program 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.
Every major earthquake that has happened in recently the people see what looks like norther lights or an aurora the day before. I think Sirea or Russia is going to be seeing these lights soon. The birds and fish died along the eastern portion of the US right before Haiti had they're big one. Just food for thought.
Experimentation is still going on, but like the daily news, it is soon forgotten. We will remember our past conversations and research concerning these issues. I really think that the SWHTF next month when Japan tries to remove the damaged rods ( a very delicate task that could easily happen. Aside from TEPKO underestimating the scope of the problem, the ongoing radiation leaks to the ground water and into the Pacific. Scientists from around the world have no idea how to contain this unprecedented event. Yet the news media in this country have been silent.

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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)

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