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ALERT!!! This is How the Mass Bird Death Happened - The New Madrid Fault may produce MASSIVE EARTHQUAKE soon!
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[quote:Canadian Patriot 1184994:MV8xMzA4MjAwXzIxNDUzMjk4X0NBN0UwM0Qy] [quote:Anonymous Coward 1136949] New Madrid Earthquakes are larger then their California Cousins. Historical documentation states.... Waves several feet high running through the ground The Mississippi flowed backwards for 3 hours due to faults opening up. The Mississippi changed course in many areas. Entire areas of trees, homes, roads, ect were swallowed by the Earth through liquifaction. A New Madrid Earthquake is much worse then the Cali Big One in early 1900's. And the way things are shaping up, it seems it may actual occur soon. We are seeing the very things scientists would suggest we would see before a massive New Madrid Quake. Larger then normal Earthquakes increasing Earthquake swarms Animal Die offs Nature gives us clues but Nature won't spell it out for us. We have to see it coming in order to make a difference. Yep, the last big one rang church bells in Boston and knocked down chimneys in Wisconsin. There's no mountain ranges to slow down/absorb the power from the quake so it's reaches extend much farther than California quakes. And nothing east of the Mississippi is eq proofed. [/quote] I found several interesting sites on Arkansas volcanic history:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Crater_of_Diamonds_State_Park ....this one from GLPs October posting.... http://www.godlikeproductions.com/forum1/message1223088/pg6 :hiding: [/quote]
Birds are very sensitive to electrostatic charges. A simple thunder cloud will irritate a bird severley. This is why birds fly low to the ground just before a storm, to avoid the very uncomfortable charges in the air.
In Arkansas there is one of the Worlds Largest Quartz deposits underground. Quartz is piezoelectric which means a charge developes over the surface of the quartz when pressure is applied to the crystal. The charge is millions of volts but it happens so fast its nearly harmless to people on a small scale. This is how some lighters work. A hammer hits a quartz device releasing a spark.
Anyways, the recent earthquake has placed new pressures on the quartz deposits in Arkansas. This results in a massive discharge of billions of volts of electricity. Think how a small piece of quartz the size of a pea can light a lighter. Now think about millions of Tons of quartz discharging under the extreme pressures the Earth can push.
At some point, the charges below created a brief surface charge, positive charge, during a discharge event. The electrostatic charge is immense and knocks the birds out cold in flight. The birds are still alive though, just knocked unconscious. The birds that were flying high were the ones killed upon impact. Blunt force trauma. The birds that were in the trees survived. Some birds like to fly high, others fly low. This explains why it was species specific as the birds that flew high were the ones to die.
Even American Indians knew the area in Arkansas to have very spiritual properties. Unknown but due to the massive quartz deposits below.
Now, there is a huge amount of pressure shifting below Arkansas. It is not uncommon to find mass animal death just before a large earthquake.....And the New Madrid Fault is due, over due infact.
I highly suggest anyone near the New Madrid Fault to store water and non perishables for a few weeks. The standard prep kit.
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