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Tens of millions of birds disappearing across North America
« on: December 29, 2007, 09:03:09 pm »
Tens of millions of birds disappearing across North America
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CBC’s The National reports that tens of millions of birds are disappearing across North America. The following video is from CBC’s The National, broadcast on December 28, 2007:


http://www.rawprint.com/media/2007/0712/cbc_national_dec28_2007_bye_bye_birdie.flv
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Re: Tens of millions of birds disappearing across North America
« Reply #1 on: December 29, 2007, 09:24:13 pm »



Too bad its not crows, it was just reported that their population has almost doubled in the last 10 years here in California. :(

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Re: Tens of millions of birds disappearing across North America
« Reply #2 on: December 29, 2007, 09:32:10 pm »
the birds dissapearing probabily has to do with the fact that the mainstream news told everyone to stop feeding the birds because if you feed birds you'll get bird flu.  Well when the country that has been feeding the birds for so long stops all the sudden I doubt the birds are going to stick around.

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Re: Tens of millions of birds disappearing across North America
« Reply #3 on: December 29, 2007, 09:53:58 pm »
Too bad its not crows, it was just reported that their population has almost doubled in the last 10 years here in California. :(

Too bad its not sea gulls either. Those little rats with wings/shitting machines swarm so far inland now...
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Re: Tens of millions of birds disappearing across North America
« Reply #4 on: December 29, 2007, 09:58:15 pm »
This is a sad and frightening story.  The scientists in the video blame urban sprawl, larger fields, deforestation, and pesticides to name a few causes.  I believe that pesticides could be playing a big role but I would also blame the GMO's, the chemtrails and the DU.  First the honeybees, then the birds, and then us?

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Re: Tens of millions of birds disappearing across North America
« Reply #5 on: December 29, 2007, 10:36:10 pm »
This is a sad and frightening story.  The scientists in the video blame urban sprawl, larger fields, deforestation, and pesticides to name a few causes.  I believe that pesticides could be playing a big role but I would also blame the GMO's, the chemtrails and the DU.  First the honeybees, then the birds, and then us?

     The Honeybees Part 1

                  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VRBJf57aNp4&feature=related
                  

     The Honeybees Part 2
  
                   http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_RZv9BvQJ-A&feature=related
                  

the honeybees seems only to affect the genetically atered ones.  the natural bees seem to not have been affected. 
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Re: Tens of millions of birds disappearing across North America
« Reply #6 on: December 29, 2007, 11:17:59 pm »
Remember the major 3-year study conducted in the UK by the government a few years ago that indicated bird numbers were significantly reduced when GM-crops were used, as the birds were shown to rely on the weed seeds for food that Roundup and other weed killers were eradicating? There were fewer insects in the GM crop fields also, and the reduced number of insects impacted negatively on the bird populations also.

Related info here:
http://www.agbioworld.org/biotech-info/articles/biotech-art/farmscaleevaluations2.html#media

Refer:
http://www.commondreams.org/headlines03/1017-04.htm
Proven: The Environmental Dangers That May Halt GM Revolution
by Michael McCarthy
British Scientists delivered a massive blow to the case for genetically modified crops yesterday when they showed in a trail-blazing study that growing them could harm the environment.
...
The three-year study, set up by the Government itself and known as the Farm-Scale Evaluations (FSE), compared what happened to biodiversity in the fields during the growth of three GM crops - sugar beet, oilseed rape and maize - with what happened during the growth of their conventional, non-GM equivalents in adjoining fields.

The GM crops had all been genetically engineered to be herbicide-tolerant - to be unaffected by so-called "broad-spectrum" weedkillers, very deadly chemicals such as Monsanto's Roundup or Bayer's Liberty, which are too strong to be used in conventional crop fields as they would kill everything, including the crop plants themselves...
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The Royal Society for the Protection of Birds said many farmland birds relied on weed seeds for their survival, and the trials had shown that GM beet and GM spring oilseed rape reduced seed numbers by up to 80 per cent, compared with conventional beet and oilseed rape.

 

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Re: Tens of millions of birds disappearing across North America
« Reply #7 on: December 30, 2007, 03:11:25 am »
wierd, cuz for the last year honestly before reading or hearing anything on this i have noticed a lack of birds here in california. I remember as a child and for years tons of the little brown birds in my back yard and just flying around. Additionally for some reason at my work ive been walking around the building and even in the parking lot away from thebuilding and ill look down at the floor often. When i look down at the floor just about every time i see a  dead honey bee on the floor. Wtf is going on?

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Re: Tens of millions of birds disappearing across North America
« Reply #8 on: December 30, 2007, 03:24:40 am »
A bit of thinking going on in my brain and well....lets think about this if the NWO's real goal is to eliminate the population well then this is a precursor warning. These animals could seriously being dying from a low immunity that they have developed due to pesticides, or even the infamous chem trails that are being sprayed. Addtionally we can see a positive correlation of this with the human species as we have seen a sharp increase of cancer cases in the last 50 years. I speak from a scientific point of view, because iam well a RN student and have taken many many science classes such as chemistry classes, phys, anatomy, microbiology,bio chemistry, etc. It makes alot of sense.

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Re: Tens of millions of birds disappearing across North America
« Reply #9 on: December 30, 2007, 07:30:07 am »
Remember the major 3-year study conducted in the UK by the government a few years ago that indicated bird numbers were significantly reduced when GM-crops were used, as the birds were shown to rely on the weed seeds for food that Roundup and other weed killers were eradicating? There were fewer insects in the GM crop fields also, and the reduced number of insects impacted negatively on the bird populations also.

Related info here:
http://www.agbioworld.org/biotech-info/articles/biotech-art/farmscaleevaluations2.html#media

Refer:
http://www.commondreams.org/headlines03/1017-04.htm
Proven: The Environmental Dangers That May Halt GM Revolution
by Michael McCarthy
British Scientists delivered a massive blow to the case for genetically modified crops yesterday when they showed in a trail-blazing study that growing them could harm the environment.
...
The three-year study, set up by the Government itself and known as the Farm-Scale Evaluations (FSE), compared what happened to biodiversity in the fields during the growth of three GM crops - sugar beet, oilseed rape and maize - with what happened during the growth of their conventional, non-GM equivalents in adjoining fields.

The GM crops had all been genetically engineered to be herbicide-tolerant - to be unaffected by so-called "broad-spectrum" weedkillers, very deadly chemicals such as Monsanto's Roundup or Bayer's Liberty, which are too strong to be used in conventional crop fields as they would kill everything, including the crop plants themselves...
...
The Royal Society for the Protection of Birds said many farmland birds relied on weed seeds for their survival, and the trials had shown that GM beet and GM spring oilseed rape reduced seed numbers by up to 80 per cent, compared with conventional beet and oilseed rape.
Interesting, seems like it has come out in North America. Soon there won't be anything left alive.