Giraffes Put Onto Endangered Species List

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Giraffes are now officially considered an endangered speciesGiraffes are now at risk of becoming extinct, the International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN) warned on Tuesday. 

The population of the world’s tallest land mammal plummeted to well below 100,000 in 2015, and is feared to have shrunk even lower this year.

Due to the fact the giraffe population has shrunk an incredible 40 percent in the last 30 years, scientists have put them on the official watch list of threatened and endangered species. reports:

At a biodiversity meeting Wednesday in Mexico, the IUCN increased the threat level for 35 species and lowered the threat level for seven species on its “Red List” of threatened species, considered by scientists the official list of what animals and plants are in danger of disappearing.

The giraffe is the only mammal whose status changed on the list this year. Scientists blame habitat loss.

While everyone worries about elephants, Earth has…

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Fukushima Nuclear Radiation Detected In US Food Chain

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The devastating fallout from the Fukushima nuclear disaster continues to creep around the world, with radioactive samples discovered in the United States food chain for the first time.The devastating fallout from the Fukushima nuclear disaster continues to creep around the world, with radioactive samples discovered in the United States food chain for the first time.

Despite assurances the radioactive fallout would be contained, the entire Pacific Ocean is now contaminated. Cesium-134, the so-called fingerprint of Fukushima, was measured in seawater samples taken from Tillamook Bay and Gold Beach in Oregon, researchers from the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution are reporting.

Because of its short half-life, cesium-134 can only have come from Fukushima, the site of the worst nuclear disaster since Chernobyl.

First radioactive salmon found 

Also for the first time, cesium-134 has been detected in a Canadian salmon, the Fukushima InFORM project, led by University of Victoria chemical oceanographer Jay Cullen, is reporting.

Tracking the 137 Celsius activity: radiation has reached the United States for the first time.

The Japanese government recently doubled the disaster-related cost to $188 billion and the finure could soar further if foreign comapanies and governments seek damages for the destruction of environment…

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Give us hearts to understand . . .



“Give us Hearts to Understand
Never to take from creation’s beauty more than we give;
Never to destroy wantonly for the furtherance of greed;
Never to deny to give our hands for the building of earth’s beauty;
Never to take from her what we cannot use.
Give us hearts to understand.”

~ Native wisdom

Art by Betty Albert
Text & image source: Rivers in the Ocean

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The Truth About The 2016 Election

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The Mainstream Media and others keeps trying to convince you Clinton received the popular vote and the Electoral College can take back the votes from the people, in order to put Hillary Clinton into the White House this next January 2017.

However once you inspect the real results from the official vote tabulation site WorldNow who is by definition the official source of election results.


Lets take a look at the real results based on the end all media standard for gathering detailed information and logistics on the election results.
This information was taken well after the voted counts were assessed as being fully tabulated according to Politico. Time stamps of these captures are on the original pictures.

We will compare the information released by Politico against that obtained directly from WorldNow.

politico-wiki-underlined2016 Run for the White House by MaxResistance on Scribd (Please scroll down each state and then view full…

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Gentle Observer

Photo of the Day
Picture of a humpback whale calf, Vava‘u, Tonga
December 10, 2016Gentle Observer

A young humpback meets the lucky photographer’s gaze in the waters around Vava‘u, Tonga. Mother humpback whales and their young swim close together, even touching one another often with their flippers in apparent gestures of affection. “We had been observing this young calf … for perhaps 10 minutes when [it] decided to leave [its] mum’s side and swim over,” Your Shot photographer Michael Smith says. “I could clearly see [its] beautiful eye staring right into my soul.”
Photograph By Michael Smith, National Geographic Your Shot
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