Thursday, January 13, 2011

Earth's magnetic pole shift-Could it be why the Birds are Dying?

(NaturalNews) Following the unexplained deaths of several thousand birds over the last two weeks, events are now emerging that may offer a physics-based explanation for the mysterious deaths. It all begins on a runway in Tampa, where airport officials recently closed that runway in order to change the numeric designators painted there. Why are those numeric designators being changed? Because the Earth's magnetic poles are shifting and the numbers previously painted on the runway no longer match up with the magnetic measurements of sensitive airplane instruments (

As explains:

The primary runway at the airport is designated 18R/36L, which means the runway is aligned along 180 degrees from north (that is, due south) when approached from the north and 360 degrees from north when approached from the south. Now the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has requested the designation be changed to 19R/1L to account for the movement of the magnetic north pole.

This brings us to our first physics fact of this article:

Physics Fact #1: The Earth's magnetic poles are shifting. (And not just a little bit, but enough to affect airport runways on the scale of human observation.)

The role of Earth's magnetic field

The Earth's magnetic field is extremely important for protecting the planet from so-called "solar wind" and other electromagnetic influences from space. The magnetosphere, which is driven by the Earth's magnetic field, serves as a kind of electromagnetic barrier to prevent dangerous rays from reaching the surface of the planet.

You can see a picture of that here:

Physics Fact #2: The Earth's magnetic field has flipped hundreds of times in the past.

The Earth's magnetic field "flips" (or reverses polarity) every few thousand years. This is called a geomagnetic reversal ( In between these flips, the magnetic field can become quite weak and chaotic, causing "turbulence" in the field, which can effectively cause weaker gaps in the magnetosphere.

These magnetic gaps or weaknesses can allow outside influences that normally would not penetrate the magnetosphere to reach deep into that magnetosphere, theoretically all the way down to where birds fly at very low altitude.

Last week, a report from the Russia's Ministry for Extraordinary Situations (MCHS) ( warned that the weakening Earth magnetosphere was allowing "poisonous space clouds" to enter deep into Earth's atmosphere where it is coming into contact with birds.

These "space clouds" are called Noctilucent clouds (, which exist at very high altitudes (roughly 50 miles) and accumulate space dust from micrometeors and other sources.

What's really interesting here is that these noctilucent clouds exhibit very high radar reflectivity ( This means these clouds create a very large radar signature on weather tracking systems.

Physics fact #3: Noctilucent clouds have very high radar reflectivity.

Weather radar tracks phenomenon during bird kill

Now here's where this story gets really interesting: On New Year's Even when birds began falling out of the sky in Arkansas, the National Weather Service in North Little Rock documented an unusual phenomenon on their radar monitors.

"There are some indications that we're picking up a non-precipitation target," said Science and Operations Officer Chris Buonanno at the NWS ( He went on to explain that the radar signature definitely was not indicative of a cloud or rainstorm. It was something altogether different.

At or around the same time this radar image appeared, birds began falling out of the sky.

Over the last several weeks, hundreds of thousands of birds and fish have been found dead across the globe. Here's a compilation of the deaths so far:

Retrospect on Obama's Speech

Question: In the spirit of unity and thriving, will all the prog cities and counties that declared economic war on Arizona over SB1070 repeal their boycotts now?

Reminder of the local governments that declared boycotts against Arizona:

• Amherst (Mass.)

• Austin City Council • Berkeley, Calif. • Bloomington, Ind.

• Boston. • Burlington, Vt.

• Columbus, Ohio.

• Cook County, Ill.

• El Paso (city and county).

• Gallup, N.M.

• Hartford, Conn.

• Los Angeles (city and county).

• Oakland.

• Richmond, Calif.

• Sacramento

• San Pablo, Calif.

• St. Paul, Minn.

• Santa Monica, Calif.

• San Francisco (non-binding resolution).

• Seattle.

• West Hollywood, Calif. • The Oxnard City (Calif.) City Council on July 20 decided not to take a stand against Arizona’s new immigration law, despite pleas from dozens of residents urging council members to at least condemn the law. The mayor and two council members said they will instead consider a symbolic resolution.


Jeremy Caverley's Personal Response:

Today we live in a world that is full of opinions and hate. A world that is compelled to let it's voice be heard. Those who are for us and those against us.

It is these that war with factions taking sides seem to just continue their own personal assault on American values. What has happened in Arizona and across the world in the form of an extreme left-wing "COMMUNIST" friendly man known to us as Jared Loghner, who liked to read as found on his YouTube page, " The Communist Manifesto, Mein Kampf, and who knows what else.

Clearly this isn't about Republicans nor Democrats because this man was with an intent to kill and even had a letter in his safe explaining his plans. People like this are in need of rehabilitation from whatever harm has been done to them to think America would stand for such activities.

This is a land of law, that is written down from the Constitution to the local law enforcement in each and every town across this great country. Yes, we the American people can rise above this event and even link arms with those we don't agree with on political issues.

But enough is enough! It is time to let our voices be heard. That communism and violence is not welcome here in America to get your point across. You see terrorists and communists love to take advantage of such events to make there way known.

That focal point will not stand in America. Neither here or in the future this great Republic will be always known as the United States of America.

Now now a turn to those who lost their lives in Arizona. Not only a moment of silence, but a debt of gratitude for who they are and how they will be remembered. Such a time is this we can look back and see those who lost their lives for our freedom.

I would dare say these Americans never knew what was coming either. But in a glance you can tell from the countless messages sent and blogs and journalists that have written stories about the Judge or child and the others involved. America is waking up.

It is time to say a prayer for those families who are affected. May God bless them in their time of grief and know they will never be forgotten. Vengeance is mine says the Lord. And those if there are more than one will pay the cost for taking another one's life.

I believe people think that America isn't awake yet and they we would just stand by and allow this to just pass by. I say it will not and when justice is served the families can have a little peace of mind.