Still MORE Dead Birds!

January 4, 2011 at 11:45 AM

This just in:
“Some 500 dead and dying birds fell onto a Louisiana highway on Monday, just three days after a similar incident in Arkansas.” [1]

According to scientists, this is not truly rare, as “USGS records showed 16 incidents in the last 30 years where more than 1,000 blackbirds have died all at once.” [2]  I’m not sure if that means that in ALL 16 incidents, 1,000 birds died, or if that means that 1,000 birds died in EACH of the 16 incidents.  I’m assuming the former.

The problem is that in the last three days, the world has seen over 6,000 birds drop dead apparently in flight.  That seems like a lot to me and certainly from my position, it does seem unusual, in spite of what scientists want us to believe.

Experts said the birds were likely spooked by fireworks, lightning or some other loud event and then ran into each other and other objects as they fled at night while roosting.” [3]  But the question that naturally arises is why haven’t we seen this previously, since July 4th is celebrated around the country on a yearly basis.  Beyond this, both Disney World and Disney Land close their parks with fireworks nightly.  Other events use fireworks routinely.  It is hard to believe that all of a sudden, 6,000 birds got so spooked by fireworks in Arkansas and Louisiana that they wound up smashing into each other and dying.

In one case, people were celebrating the arrival of the New Year, so fireworks would have likely been prevalent.  However, has this occurred in previous years?  Things are fishy, and this whole thing simply proves that too often, scientists know absolutely nothing for certain.  While they can offer their educated guesses, the truth for now remains hidden from us.

On a side note, I have to appreciate how often science is given a free pass when they cannot come up with some solid answer for something.  This happens more often than not in certain fields of science, yet people continue to blindly follow science as if it has all the answers and has never made a mistake.

No such free pass is extended to Christianity.  Apparently, Christians are supposed to know all the answers and never be unsure of anything about the Bible or God.  Little does anyone realize that for that to be the case, Christians would not only have to be exceptionally brilliant, but never wrong.  That equals perfection, something none of us will experience in this life.

The Bible tells us that not one sparrow falls to the ground without God knowing about it, or directing it (cf. Matthew 10:29).  Wonder what’s next on God’s schedule?


[2] Ibid

[3] Ibid

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