Men Caught Punching, Abusing Wild Burros During Government Roundup

WTF? NO WONDER THE BEES ARE DYING……75 Percent of Rain and Air Samples Contain Roundup Pesticide!

Council of Canadians sends ExxonMobil CEO Fractivist Toolkit to help in his fight against fracking

Demand That South Carolina School District Never Again Use Live Animals for Pep Rally Games

Uproar at South Carolina School After “Pig Rodeo” Sends Students Fleeing in Tears

The Dutch Cruel Support Of Captive Cetaceans:(((((

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An update on Morgan

27 January 2014 – 10:09am

Knowing the facts is one thing…

… seeing things with your own eyes is a different story.

1437 days, or 34,499 hours or the unbelievable amount of 2,069,925 minutes – this is the time a wild Norwegian orca called Morgan had spent in captivity when the appeal hearing for her case was heard in front of the Raad van State, the Dutch High Court, on December 3, 2013. Many of us knew how long Morgan was kept in a tank by then as we followed and were involved in her battle for freedom since her capture in 2010, but seeing these numbers on a huge banner (created by UK supporters Shari and Megan) was a different story…

More than 80 supporters from different countries (including Belgium, the UK, Switzerland, Norway, Germany, the USA, New Zealand and the Netherlands) travelled to The…

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Shocking Animal Abuse In The Netherlands

China Puts The ” Con” In Tiger Conservation And Terrible Animal Abuse In Chinese Tiger Farms

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February 26, 2013

New report exposes the double standard which stimulates demand

LONDON: Despite signing up to global initiatives seeking to protect wild tigers and double their number by 2022, Government departments in China have quietly set about stimulating domestic markets for tiger skins and body parts.

As few as 3,500 tigers survive in the wild, yet more than 5,000 captive-bred tigers are held in Chinese ‘farms’ and ‘zoos’.

Investigations by the London-based Environmental Investigation Agency (EIA) have uncovered a legalised domestic trade in the skins of captive-bred tigers, sold as luxury home décor and stimulating the poaching of wild tigers and other Asian big cats as cheaper alternatives.

In addition, new evidence suggests a ‘secret’ Government notification on the use of the bones of captive-bred tigers is being used to justify the manufacture of ‘tonic’ wines.

Released today, the new EIA report Hidden in Plain Sight: China’s Clandestine Tiger…

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Embarrassing Press Coverage Continues For USFWS National Wolf Delisting Push…..

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February 26, 2014

USFWS  continues to take heat over their politically transparent push to nationally delist gray wolves. They’ve never looked more inept or disingenuous as they attempt to twist the ESA into silly putty to suit their agenda.


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Feds’ postponement of wolf delisting follows embarrassing scientific review

 February 26, 2014 Earth Journal
By Ron Meador | 02/25/14
It’s too soon to tell, I guess, whether this month’s decision to take more public comment on federal wolf protections will change the policy eventually adopted by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.

But if you’re inclined to believe, or even just to hope, that sound science still has a role in such decisions — well, this embarrassing episode may be worth a closer look. The picture you’ll see is not pretty.

It’s probably fair to say that wolves are…

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US corporate tiger cub abuse in Amsterdam

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This video is called Wild tiger cub – for the first time on film – David Attenborough – Tiger Spy in the Jungle – BBC.

Daily Het Parool in the Netherlands reported yesterday, 25 February 2014, that police had seized two tiger cubs at a corporate party in Amsterdam.

On 11 February 2014, United States software corporation Paymentwall were celebrating the start of their local branch.

The baby tigers went from hand to hand among the alcohol-sipping revelers.

One person present was wondering whether this was legal, and called the Dutch Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. They called police, who then went to the party.

The Dutch Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals reports:

The tiger cubs have been seized during the party, the corporation was fined and the animals were placed in custody elsewhere. The tigers have been seized…

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X4.9-class solar flare eruption from sunspot AR1967 on the Earthside of the sun

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Sun Unleashes Monster Solar Flare, Biggest of 2014


The sun fired off a major solar flare late Monday (Feb. 24), making it the most powerful sun eruption of the year so far and one of the strongest in recent years.

The massive X4.9-class solar flare erupted from an active sunspot, called AR1990,  at 7:49 p.m. EST (0049 Feb. 25 GMT). NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory captured high-definition video of the monster solar flare. The spaceecraft recording amazing views the solar flare erupting with a giant burst of plasma, called a coronal mass ejection, or CME.

Earth isn’t in danger from the latest eruption of space weather activity, according to officials with, which tracks space weather and stargazing events. Sunspot AR1990 (previously named AR1967) is located on the southeastern limb of the sun, pointed away from Earth. This…

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Listeriosis Outbreak in Maryland and California From Roos Cheese : Caujada en Terron (fresh cheese curd)

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Food Poisoning Bulletin

Listeriosis Outbreak in Maryland and California From Roos Cheese

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has started an investigation into an outbreak of listeriosis, caused by the Listeria monocytogenes bacteria, in Maryland and California. One person  in California was sick and died, and seven people are ill in Maryland. All seven people in Maryland have been hospitalized in this outbreak.

Listeriosis Outbreak 2.22.14

Five of the illnesses, two mother-newborn pairs and a newborn, were related to pregnancy. All of the patients are Hispanic. All patients in Maryland reported consuming soft or semi-soft Hispanic-style cheese and all shopped at different locations of the same food store. At this time, the CDC is identifying the store only as Chain A. Testing of cheese products collected from Chain A stores in Maryland and Virginia found the outbreak strain of bacteria.


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Fukushima radioactive plume due to reach West Coast this spring. One Model predicts a maximum concentration of 27 becquerels per cubic metre of water on the Canadian coast by mid-2015

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Scientists say lack of government supported research forcing them to use volunteers, predictive models

– Lauren McCauley, staff writer

An image from a model of the progression of a radioactive plume coming across the Pacific following the Fukushima nuclear meltdown. (via BBC News)A radioactive plume released from the Fukushima meltdown is expected to reach the west coast of the U.S. in April, said a panel of researchers in Honolulu Monday. However, without any federal or international monitoring, scientists are bereft of “actual data,” guessing at the amount of radiation coming at us.

Monitors along the Pacific U.S. coast have yet to detect any traces of cesium-134, said Ken Buesseler, a chemical oceanographer at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI), speaking on a panel at the meeting of the American Geophysical…

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Tuesday, February 25, 2014

Dragonfly: World’s Smallest Autonomous Drone Takes Flight

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Nicholas West Activist Post
The mimicking of nature heralds a new focus in the development of drones.  While DARPA and their contractors have been working on truenano surveillance with biological components, it is the modeling of insects that is currently being released to the public.
Recently we have seen Robobee take flight as a possible replacement for our rapidly dwindling natural pollinators. But the dual use applications for surveillance and even human targeting are ever present. As drone expert, P.W. Singer said, “At this point, it doesn’t really matter if you are against the technology, because it’s coming.” According to Singer, “The miniaturization of drones is where it really gets interesting. You can use these things anywhere, put them anyplace, and the target will never even know they’re being watched.”
The following Air Force video leaves…

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Feeding Cats Smaller, More Frequent Meals Might Make Them Friskier

A Bible Stopped the Bullets When a White Man Was Targeted by Young Black “Polar Bear Hunters”

Upsetting VIDEO: Fury over beating of horse with a stick


“It is not the animal tied up; it’s the one doing the beating that is the animal….SICK POS….I would love to do the same to the aggressor. Arabian horses are noted for their flowing gate, & overall beauty; I would love to own one! It pains me deeply to see this sickening POS treat the horse in such a sadistic manner; I don’t know if the horse survived or not! I pray they are caught & given the appropriate sentence!!”

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Anger is growing after video footage has emerged of a man striking a horse on the forehead with a stick, causing it to collapse.
Warning footage is upsetting – Men Laugh As One Strikes An Arabian Horse
Published on 15 Feb 2014

The perpetrator is seen to be laughing following the incident, as the horse appears to…

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Cobra Update: Feb 25 – Can You Crack the Code?

Battling a Memory Monster



Today, I would like to tell you a bit about the Memory Monster you can encounter.

It’s called Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

This particular monster will haunt you after you experience something very traumatic.

First of all, let’s see what the specialists can tell us about this monster:

Post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is an anxiety disorder that may develop after a person is exposed to one or more traumatic events, such as sexual assault, serious injury, witnessing the death of a loved one, losing someone close or the threat of death. The diagnosis may be given when a group of symptoms such as disturbing recurring flashbacks, avoidance or numbing of memories of the event continue for more than a month after the traumatic event.

That just sucks! You already have experienced something awful and afterwards you have to battle this monster as well!


How identify…

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Can the World Feed China?

The scientist who took on a leading herbicide manufacturer

Action Alert: Stop Selling Trips to SeaWorld Sir Richard

everything to know about orangutans

Endangered Living

Everything you need to know about orangutans. There are a lot of things, but if you want a quick run down of the species, what they’re like and the troubles they are facing in the wild. Orangutans are critically endangered, as over 50% of the orangutan population has been lost over the last 50 years. This is mainly due to hunting and habitat loss. There are quite a few different organizations working to save the orangutan, most notably OFI which was started by Dr. Birute Galdikas who conducted the first ever long term study of orangutans in 1971. Since then we have learned a lot about orangutans, especially in that they are extensive tool users and they are much more social than previously thought.

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Federal Appeals court asked to uphold regulations protecting Tennessee Walking horses

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Tennessee Walking horse watches worriedly during horse soring inspections following an undercover operation by HSUS. Photo: HSUS. Tennessee Walking horse watches worriedly during horse soring inspections following an undercover operation by HSUS. Photo: HSUS.

Regulations issued by the U.S. Department of Agriculture to prevent the cruel practice of horse “soring” are being challenged in federal appeals court, prompting the Humane Society of the United States to file a friend-of-the-court brief.

The HSUS is asking the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit to uphold the regulations, which require uniform mandatory minimum penalties for violations of the Horse Protection Act. The district court in Texas previously ruled against the plaintiffs and upheld the regulations.

The Horse Protection Act prohibits the showing and transporting of horses who have been “sored,” which involves the application of caustic chemicals and other painful training methods used to force horses to perform an artificially high-stepping gait for show competitions. Horse industry organizations are the industry’s self-policing groups that…

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MERS Virus That Threatens Humans Also Found in Camels

Understanding Dog Food Labels: Part 2

Dog Food Matters

You look at a bag of dry food and the guaranteed analysis says it contains 21% protein. The same company’s wet, canned food guaranteed analysis only has 8% protein. The dry food has more protein, right? Wrong! The nutritional content of dry food and wet food cannot be compared directly. That type of comparison would be like comparing apple to oranges. This post shows how to make the comparison an accurate, apples-to-apples analysis. As with all pet food labeling, it requires you take a calculator or smart phone with a calculator to the store.

This post shows how to make the comparison an accurate, apples-to-apples analysis. As with all pet food labeling, it requires you take a calculator or smart phone with a calculator to the store.

Below is the guaranteed analysis we used in the first post on labels.

Guaranteed Analysis-DryGuaranteed Analysis-Wet
Crude Protein21%8%
Crude Fat10%6%
Crude Fiber4.5%1.5%

The guaranteed analysis of dog food includes the water content of the food. Water increases the volume of the food but does not add…

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Half Of Bears Rescued From China Bile Farms Die

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Half of bears rescued from China bile farms die

Almost half of the bears rescued recently from horrendous conditions on Chinese bile farms have died. They were brought to the Animals Asia rescue centre in Chengdu in the Sichuan Province founded 10 years ago by Briton Jill Robinson but many were past help. “They all needed abdominal surgery and were grossly underweight at about 50 kilos when they should weigh 150 kilos. Some of these animals had been kept on the farms for 20 years and had no teeth or claws,” said Robinson on a fund-raising tour of the UK. “Ten of the bears died within 11 days and post-mortems showed most of them were suffering from liver cancer probably caused by the catheters inserted into their stomachs to drain the bile. One bear was covered in puncture marks as though the farmer knew he was dying and wanted to…

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Nuclear Power Truths : UC Berkeley lab tests are now showing high levels of cesium in cattle feed from a California dairy farm. Asphalt along a roadside resulted in a disturbing 3579 pci/kg

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New UC Berkeley Test Reveals Fantastically High Cesium Levels on California Roadside

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Published: Thursday 20 February 2014

For all the naysayers who said that Fukushima radiation wasn’t hitting the West Coast, here’s a new one for you. UC Berkeley lab tests are now showing high levels of cesium in cattle feed from a California dairy farm that was sent to a lab nine months prior to the test results being received  – a long delay that suggests levels are much higher now. Then, the one-two-punch – asphalt along a roadside in the sunny city which catches plenty of rainfall was then measured, much more recently, and a disturbing 3579 pci/kg were found. By anyone’s standards, that cannot just be chalked up as background radiation. Fukushima…

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