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Thursday, January 13, 2011

Poisonous Space Clouds Slamming Into Earth Cause Mass Bird & Fish Deaths

A grim report prepared by Russia’s Ministry for Extraordinary Situations (MCHS) is warning today that our world is currently “under attack” from “poisonous space clouds” penetrating our planets upper atmosphere due to the “accelerated movement” of the Earth’s magnetic poles and are responsible for the many reports of mass animal deaths being reported all around the globe.

According to this report, the rapid shifting of our planets poles is allowing the normal streams of solar wind that buffet Earth’s magnetic field to enter into our lower atmosphere at nearly 700 kilometers per second carrying with them parts of the deadly space clouds that have mysteriously been appearing in greater numbers around the globe these past few years.

The name given to these deadly space clouds by Western scientists are Noctilucent Clouds (NLC’s)  and are described as tenuous cloud-like phenomena that are the “ragged-edge” of a much brighter and pervasive polar cloud layer called polar mesospheric clouds in the upper atmosphere, visible in a deep twilight.

Noctilucent Clouds began to first appear over our Earth in 1885 and they are comprised of the poisonous gas Hydrogen Cyanide which gives them their electric blue-like color.
 These poisonous Hydrogen Cyanide Noctilucent Clouds  enter into the lower atmosphere where they could, literally, poison in seconds” flocks of birds in its path, not mention the force of these winds by themselves would cause massive trauma and instantaneous death.
An example of the mass deaths being caused by this phenomenon we can read, in part, from Italy:
“Thousands of dead turtle doves rained down on roofs and cars in an Italian town in the latest in a growing spate of mass animal deaths across the globe. Residents in Faenza described the birds falling to the ground like ‘little Christmas balls’ with strange blue stains on their beaks. Initial tests on up to 8,000 of the doves indicated that the blue stain could have been caused by poisoning or hypoxia.”

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