Marine biologists discover rubbish haul in stomach of dead whale in Taiwan

The ocean update

Marine biologists found a mass of plastic bags and fishing net sizeable enough to fill an excavator bucket.(AFP: Marine Biology and Cetacean Research Centre of National Cheng-Kung University) Marine biologists found a mass of plastic bags and fishing net sizeable enough to fill an excavator bucket.(AFP: Marine Biology and Cetacean Research Centre of National Cheng-Kung University)

October 26th, 2015 (AFP). Taiwanese marine biologists have discovered a mass of plastic bags and fishing net in the stomach of a dead whale, underlying the dangers posed by floating ocean trash.

The 15-metre mature sperm whale was spotted stranded off the southern town of Tongshi on October 15.

Coastguards and scientists returned it to the ocean but three days later it was found dead around 20 kilometres away.

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Facebook to alert if your account is being snooped on by the NSA

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New Delhi: This is one Facebook notification you truly would never want to receive.

The social networking giant has introduced a new feature that will alert users if their account is being snooped on by the US’ National Security Agency or such government-sponsored agents.

In a post, Alex Stamos, chief security officer at Facebook, notes that users’ account privacy is important to the company and thus, it continuously monitors malevolent activities and provides a multitude of options to safeguard user accounts.

To address this, users will be shown an additional warning if Facebook has a strong suspicion that an attack could be government-sponsored.

By showing these warnings, Stamos explains that they do not indicate any compromise of the Facebook platform or system. It may indicate that the user’s computer or mobile device has been infected with malware and miscreants might be taking advantage of it.

The notification is to help…

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Facebook will warn users of state-sponsored attacks

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Alerts from Facebook will include boxed messages urging targeted users to immediately secure accounts

Facebook will provide a link to turning on a feature that requires a code sent to members’ mobile phones along with a password to log in. Photo: Bloomberg

Source: Wyatt T | Nwo Report

San Francisco: Facebook on Monday followed in Google’s footsteps and began warning users when it appears they are targeted by state-sponsored cyber attacks.

“Starting today, we will notify you if we believe your account has been targeted or compromised by an attacker suspected of working on behalf of a nation-state,” Facebook chief security officer Alex Stamos said in a blog post.

“We do this because these types of attacks tend to be more advanced and dangerous than others, and we strongly encourage affected people to take the actions necessary to secure all of their online accounts.”

Recommended security moves included rebuilding systems or even replacing computers believed to have been infected with what would likely be sophisticated malicious code.

Alerts from Facebook will include boxed messages urging targeted users…

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Puppy Flung off Bridge in Sarajevo, Bosnia


12092513_1720431424857520_1562241327_nThis is Precious. Two days ago, her rescuer, Fahrudin Caki Bravo, told us:

12112346_1721474034753259_1876745766829301075_nThis innocent soul is only 4 months old, but she has already had a horrible destiny so far… Some monster from Sarajevo threw her of a bridge, 7-8 meters high. She weighs only 5 kilos… The police was informed as this action was witnessed but the monster ran off and nobody could find him or this baby. Finally a lady found the puppy crawling down the street, in the middle of the pouring rain… Many people just walked by her while she was dragging the back of her body down the wet concrete. She was brought to the vet and received first aid and they also did an X-ray… She has a complicated back injury… Please help me save her. Her debt at the moment is 105e for boarding and 30e for the X-ray. She will also need…

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CHINA Killing Donkeys For Meat and Hide

Donkey Whisperer Farm ®


What a horrible world….. I am sick!!!!!!

What can I do?

Check labels do not purchase anything not made in the U.S.A.



Smashed to death with a sledgehammer: Customers watch as Chinese vendors sell ‘fresh donkey meat’ by the side of the road after killing animals in front of them!

  • Lines of donkeys were seen tethered to the roadside awaiting execution
  • Meat was instantly butchered and sold directly to passing motorists 
  • Vendors ensure they get the best price possible by butchering to order
  • Donkey meat is a delicacy in China and a cut weighing around 1.5kg sells for the equivalent of £10 


What can you do?

Do not support slaughter of horses, donkeys or mules in any way! Check labels and make sure what you are purchasing came from the U.S.A.

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Monday Funnies with AUNTY ACID…

Twitter: Making your own picture tweets


Great article by Taylor Fulks:

Source: Twitter: Making your own picture tweets  Using an iPad, PicCollage App, and Pixabay to make your own picture tweets that look professional and savvy.


Making your own Picture tweets…

They say, “A picture is worth a thousand words.” It’s true. Even the worst picture, whether grotesque or poorly taken, will capture your attention longer than mere words from a text. So, if you want what you have to say to get noticed, resonate with your audience, and be profound, you need to post it in some type of visual form.

Tell. Then breathe…Picture tweet image

My biggest frustration on this journey has been my ignorance of technology. Second, would be the lack of information sharing. I’ll find a site that is too cool for words; I’m shaking with excitement as I tell a…

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