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Bird Deaths, Strange Smells & End Times

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Bird Deaths, Strange Smells & End Times

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Date: Thursday - January 11, 2007
Host: George Noory
Guests: Steve Quayle, James McCanney

Author Steve Quayle addressed various topics including the recent spate of bird deaths in the US and Australia and the strange smell in New York. He also touched on end times, fallen angels & giants.
The bird deaths could have a connection with the gas-like odor in New York and other places, in terms of atmospheric & earth changes and hydrogen sulfide, he speculated. He doubted the explanation that poisoned feed killed thousands of ducks in Idaho. Quayle also postulated that secret weapons testing such as HAARP's experiments with the ionosphere could have been a causal factor in some bird deaths.

He cited an email he received from a person in a Chicago suburb who described witnessing a white flash over a power line and then suddenly saw around 500 birds drop dead.

New Comet

Comet McNaught is being called the brightest comet in 30 years. It is temporarily visible in the Northern Hemisphere at both sunset and dawn, depending on conditions. View a photo gallery from Spaceweather.com.

First half-hour guest, physicist James McCanney commented on Comet McNaught's appearance. It swung in from somewhere near Jupiter and has been surprising in its intensity, he said. It will be interesting to see how it interacts with the Sun, he added.

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