U.S. Rep. Sensenbrenner’s Staffer Claims that “there was no wolf hunt in 2014” and Continued Big Ag Lies and Fear Mongering

Our Wisconsin, Our Wildlife

According to Rep. James Sensenbrenner's staffer "in charge" of the wolf issue this never happened. According to Rep. James Sensenbrenner’s staffer “in charge” of the wolf issue, this never happened.

Many people in our society often wonder how colossal mistakes such as the 2003 Invasion of Iraq and other world changing blunders have been allowed to occur throughout history. Most Americans foolishly believe that politicians overall care about this country and look at all sides of an issue before taking action. The Iraq War disproved this to the max and now we are seeing the exact same thing when it comes to wolves and the reckless eradication bills currently before Congress.

As I have mentioned before there are currently two very dangerous and disingenuous bills that have been introduced in the U.S. House of Representatives. The first bill, H.R. 843, with the fluffy title,  “Western Great Lakes Wolf Management Act of 2015,” seeks to permanently strip wolves in the Great Lakes of all Endangered…

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Research Says Cats Can See Things That Are Invisible To Us

Igor Purlantov

New scientific data shows that cats, long a symbol of mysticism, are able to see things that are invisible to us. Cats apparently see psychedelic stripes on flowers and patterns on the wings of birds that are completely invisible to the human eye. According to this study, cats, dogs, and some other animals are able to see types of light, like UV light, that we don’t see at all.  “There are plenty of things that reflect UV radiation, which some sensitive animals are able to see, while we are not,” said Ronald Douglas, professor of biology of the City University of London and co-author of the study. “For example, these may be certain patterns on flowers that show where the nectar is, or traces of urine of an animal. Also, reindeer can and see polar bears as the snow reflects UV radiation, while white fur does not.”


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ELEPHANTS : Infrasound and Ultrasound Frequencies by BOW BAN





Infrasound and Ultrasound Frequencies


“ Elephants have been observed moving in one direction only to suddenly turn and move in another direction for no apparent reason, when checked against weather reports/ activity, the elephants are heading towards  storms, towards water”
Elephants can hear a long way, away, the equivalent of 400 miles away, the distance between London and Edinburgh (Scotland) elephants can hear and produce infrasound too low for the humans’ ear, elephants are in tune with the Earth, just before the tsunami struck the elephants
In Sri-Lanka were behaving erratically, the elephants observed moving inland on their own accord before the tsunami hit, frequencies, vibrations that they can make and hear, Alligators also uses infrasound, for the last 70million years, Dolphins use Ultrasound which is too high for the human ear; it’s above the human hearing range, the Golden Mole, no external ears…

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CO2 Emissions Threaten Seafood As Ocean Acidification Spreads Along US Coastlines

Wednesday Funny: Dogs who destroy their homes

My favorite one is the three dogs all laying there looking like….. wasn’t me!

I missed the fourth dog laying in the background blending in with the mess…LOL 😀


Great Barrier Reef corals found to ‘eat’ plastic

Summit County Citizens Voice

fghj A satellite view of the Great Barrier Reef, via NOAA.

Plastic micro-pollution adds insult to injury for stressed coral reefs

Staff Report

FRISCO — Widespread micro-plastic pollution may take a toll on the famed Great Barrier Reef, scientists said this week after discovering that coral organisms will ingest the tiny plastic particles.

“Corals are non-selective feeders and our results show that they can consume microplastics when the plastics are present in seawater,” said Dr, Mia Hoogenboom, a researchers with the ARC Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies at James Cook University.

“If microplastic pollution increases on the Great Barrier Reef, corals could be negatively affected as their tiny stomach-cavities become full of indigestible plastic,” Hoogenboom added.

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