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The Difference between Aliens, Demons and Fallen Angels. » Listen to the Radio Show Archive Alex Jones. Simon Peter versus Simon the Sorcerer. This is a great expose by the late Dr.

Simon Peter versus Simon the Sorcerer

E.L. Martin. Lindsey Williams. Animal Rights and the Globalist Agenda. While everyone knows that Animal Rights (A/R) is at the far left extreme of the political spectrum, most people do not understand what A/R is or where they fit into the New Age/Globalism scheme.

Animal Rights and the Globalist Agenda

A/R, like the Green movement, is a multimillion dollar business that is a cabal for taking people out of the natural structure of the earth. And while most people sense that A/R is extreme, they have no idea of what the A/R movement’s core beliefs are. People confuse animal rights with animal welfare which are as different as black and white. Animal Welfare is the humane caring for animals. Animal Rights is the use of animals to attack human existence.

In speaking about animals in research, Tom Regan says that if scrapping animal-based research “means there are some things we cannot learn, then so be it. Reason is the ability that man has that animals do not. Hard Times for a Small (and Fuzzy) Group of Europeans. Bat Death Mystery Solved. Bats are getting moldy and dying, and this is no Halloween trick.

Bat Death Mystery Solved

Now scientists have identified the culprit in the deadly mystery. The killer is a member of a group of cold-loving fungi called Geomyces. This white, powdery-looking fungus coats the muzzles, ears and wings of bats and has meant death for more than 100,000 of the night flyers in the northeastern United States. "So essentially these bats are hanging on the cave ceiling almost like a piece of food that you've forgotten about in your refrigerator and for whatever reason now they're getting moldy," microbiologist David Blehert of the U.S. Geological Survey told LiveScience. A big question remains: Why has this murder mystery only surfaced recently? Bats and Rabies. In early stages of the disease, animals behave abnormally.

They may lose their natural wariness of people, show up in places they don't usually frequent or become active at odd times of day. Bats are normally active at night. Journey North American Robins. Margaret Wertheim: The beautiful math of coral. Scientists discover another cause of bee deaths, and it's really bad news. So what is with all the dying bees?

Scientists discover another cause of bee deaths, and it's really bad news

Eco-Friendly Bee Removal - It's Rainmaking Time!® — It's Rainmaking Time!® Bees naturally seek out hollow spaces with the right temperature and humidity to build a hive.

Eco-Friendly Bee Removal - It's Rainmaking Time!® — It's Rainmaking Time!®

Whether they make their home in an old tree, a damaged roof, or the walls of a house, a bee infestation can become an emergency safety concern – as well as a financial liability to property owners. As bee populations decline due to colony collapse disorder, extermination is no longer a valid strategy for the removal of bee hives from problematic locations. In fact, extermination is ineffective and dangerous. New swarms will be attracted to the pheromones at the old hive site, and the toxins used to kill bees can end up in water supplies or elsewhere in the environment, becoming a risk to wildlife, children, and adults. It is our responsibility as environmental stewards to protect bee populations instead of taking the barbarian’s approach. Coyotes Coyote Facts and Photos. One of the most adaptable animals in the world, the coyote can change its breeding habits, diet and social dynamics to survive in a wide variety of habitats.

Coyotes Coyote Facts and Photos

The coyote is one of eight species of the genus Canis. Four of these are the jackals of Europe, Africa and Asia. Other members of the genus include the gray wolf (C. lupus), the red wolf (C. rufus) and all breeds of the domestic dog (C. familiaris). Learn about saving the polar bear. Wild Animals in Japan. A colony of wild macaque monkeys live on Mount Arashiyama, on the outskirts of Kyoto.

Wild Animals in Japan

When you think of Japan, the images that come to mind are probably of big crowded cities full of people, but there’s a lot of nature too. Most of Japan consists of steep mountains, thickly covered in dense forest. As this doesn’t make for a very hospitable environment, most Japanese live on the coastal plains, leaving large expanses of pristine natural environment largely untouched by humanity. Add to this Japan’s impressive geographical scope: its northern shores are just south of Russia’s icy east, while the southernmost islands reach almost to the tropics, and it’s perhaps not so surprising that Japan is host to a great diversity of wildlife. There are around 130 kinds of land mammal and over 600 bird species.

Tanuki Wild Tanuki on Sensuijima Island in Hiroshima Prefecture. Wild Boar Wild boar occur throughout all of Japan, except for the northern island of Hokkaido. Squirrels Bears Wild Cats. MOUNTAIN LION FOUNDATION - Saving America's Lion. Wind farms get extended leeway on eagle deaths. Bald eagles as well as golden eagles are federally protected, but wind farms… (Taimy Alvarez / McClatchy-Tribune ) SEATTLE — In a decision that highlights the clash between two cherished environmental goals — producing green energy and preserving protected wildlife — federal officials announced Friday that some wind power companies will be allowed to kill or injure bald and golden eagles for up to 30 years without penalty.

Wind farms get extended leeway on eagle deaths

Conservation groups decried the Obama administration's new regulation as a "stunningly bad move" for wildlife, but wind industry officials said Friday that the rules from the Department of the Interior were far from a "free ride. " "Instead of balancing the need for conservation and renewable energy, Interior wrote the wind industry a blank check," National Audubon Society President David Yarnold said in a statement. “They’re All Gone”: Shock as sardines vanish off California — Fishermen didn’t find a single one all summer — Scientist: This is about the entire Pacific coast… Canada, Mexico, U.S. — NOAA: We don’t know why; The young aren’t surviving.

Fish die-off: Another massive Southern California fish die-off has scientists looking for links. Marine officials were trying to determine Tuesday what caused thousands of sardines to turn up dead in Ventura Harbor, the second mass fish die-off in local marinas in as many months.

Fish die-off: Another massive Southern California fish die-off has scientists looking for links

Roughly 6 tons of the small silvery fish were found floating in the harbor early Monday. Officials said their initial theory is that the sardines died after using up all the oxygen in a corner of the harbor. The scene in Ventura Harbor — crews churning up the water with aerators and volunteers scooping nets full of fish up from the surface — was reminiscent of the cleanup effort in Redondo Beach six weeks ago when officials discovered a thick blanket of dead sardines coating King Harbor. Scientists are looking into whether the two die-offs share a common cause.

6 Sick with Norovirus; don’t eat oysters from Copano Bay, TX. By Doug Powell The U.S.

6 Sick with Norovirus; don’t eat oysters from Copano Bay, TX

Food and Drug Administration is warning consumers not to eat raw or partially cooked oysters harvested from Copano Bay, in Aransas County, Texas, harvested between Dec. 26, 2013 and Jan. 9, 2014. Oysters harvested from Copano Bay, Texas, on Dec. 26, 2013, and then shipped by Alby’s Seafood of Fulton, Texas, have been linked to six norovirus illnesses in Louisiana. Wildlife Center of Silicon Valley: Rehabilitation & Release, Education & Outreach. Welcome to Save The Whales! Whales get a tan, too: Pigment in whale skin increases in response to sunshine. Whales have been shown to increase the pigment in their skin in response to sunshine, just as we get a tan.

Research published today in Nature journal, Scientific Reports, reveals that not only do some species of whales get darker with sun exposure, incurring DNA damage in their skin just like us, they also accumulate damage to the cells in the skin as they get older. Experts in the response of skin to UV radiation at Newcastle University were called in after marine biologists in Mexico noticed an increasing number of whales in the area had blistered skin. Analysing samples from three types of whales -- blue, sperm and fin -- they worked together to study the changes in the whale skin after their annual migration to sunnier climes.

My Cat From Hell: What's in Store. Why Trap-Neuter-Return Feral Cats? The Case for TNR. Home / Care for Cats / Conduct TNR Guide / Why Trap-Neuter-Return Feral Cats? The Case for TNR (Download a PDF version of this document) Outdoor Enclosures for Cats. For cats allowed to roam outdoors, danger lurks at every corner. Traffic, poisons, disease, run-ins with other animals-the list goes on. Animal Tracks - Bobcat (Lynx rufus - formerly Felis rufus) The Double Miracle Cat April 13, 2000 Humboldt County, California About an hour ago, I was sitting here checking my email with the door open and the cats running in and out to play and eat. One of the cats, Blackie, had been playing outside and he came running back inside.