HILL OF CROSSES In Lithuania

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Rare Yellow Cardinal Photographed in Alabaster, Alabama

By Elaina Zachos

PUBLISHED FEBRUARY 23, 2018

Looking out at her quaint Alabama backyard in late January, Charlie Stephenson noticed something unusual. A strange species of unfamiliar yellow bird was pecking at her hanging birdfeeder.

As a seasoned birdwatcher, Stephenson had seen scores of cardinals in the past. But with its mustard-color coat, this flier was different. So, she took a photo with her iPhone and posted it on Facebook.

Stephenson told AL.com she has seen albino and leucistic birds, the latter being animals that are mostly white but can produce some pigment. But this golden visitor is neither: it’s a male northern cardinal with a “one in a million” genetic mutation that made its red feathers yellow, according to Geoffrey Hill, a bird curator at Auburn University in Alabama.

In his 40 years of cardinal birdwatching, Hill has never seen a yellow bird like this in the wild. The unusually yellow cardinal is not to be confused with the yellow cardinal, an endangered South American species with black and white markings and the occasional green tinge…

FINISH READING: Rare Yellow Cardinal Photographed in Alabaster, Alabama






 

tsk, tsk, tsk,

No horns in my house.

No tusks in my house.

What’s the matter with you people?

The elephant is the symbol of the Republican party.

No “tsk, tsk, tsk – I forgot the tusks” talk in my house.

No chopped off heads hanging on the den walls in my house.

Every animal in the world aside from the human animal is considered and treated by most humans like an enemy that needs to be killed. Yet they don’t fight. They don’t war against humans.

All humans (yes, Africans too) are entwined in the slave trade of all animals they consume or use. All humans are slave masters by way of consuming the bodies of those enslaved, tortured and killed by other humans.






 

No Evidence Syria’s Assad Used Chemical Weapons






 

GOAT YOGA






 

Scientists discover a drug that could help regrow teeth

Source: https://futurism.com






 

Which Intestines for Food and Cosmetics? 

The FDA appears to have caved in to industry pressure in allowing intestines potentially infected with mad cow disease prions into food products and lipstick.

Below is an approximation of this video’s audio content. To see any graphs, charts, graphics, images, and quotes to which Dr. Greger may be referring, watch the above video.

The Food and Drug Administration recently reopened comments about their policy of allowing some intestines, but not others, into the U.S. food supply. When the first few cases of mad cow disease started popping up, the FDA’s gut reaction was to ban all guts from food and personal care products. But, in 2005, USDA and FDA amended their draft rule to “permit the use of the entire small intestine for human food” if the last 80 uncoiled inches going to the colon was removed. Since then, though, studies have shown that infectious mad cow prions can be found throughout all parts of the intestine, from the stomach down to the cow’s colon—raising the question of whether all entrails should again be removed.

The North American Meat Association says no, wanting to keep cattle insides inside the food supply, similar to what we heard from the CTFA—the Cosmetic, Toiletry and Fragrance Association. They protested that by banning from cosmetics downer and dead cattle, as well as “brain, skull, eyes, [and] spinal cords,” as well as “intestine[s] and tonsils,” our nation’s supply of cosmetics could be put in jeopardy. There could be a tallow shortage for soap, for example. The FDA may not realize that cosmetics and personal care products are a quarter-trillion dollar industry worldwide.

In the end, the FDA tentatively concluded that intestines should continue to be allowed in the food and cosmetic supply, because only trace amounts of infectivity have been found throughout the bowels of cattle—a conclusion they have to make, since, otherwise, all meat would have to be banned as well, because new research shows that mad cow infectivity is in the muscles, too. And, not just the atypical cases of BSE, like the last mad cow found in California, but now we know, the typical BSE as well—bovine spongiform encephalopathy (mad cow disease). Low levels of infectious prions have been found in the ribs, shoulders, tenderloins, sirloin tips, and round cuts of meat.

The latest estimates out of Britain suggest 15,000 people are currently incubating the human form of mad cow disease, contracted through the consumption of infected meat. Fewer than 200 Brits have died so far of variant Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease, but the incubation period for this invariably fatal neurodegenerative disease can be decades—the time between eating the meat, and one’s brain filling up with holes…

Finish reading: Which Intestines for Food and Cosmetics? | NutritionFacts.org

Watch video or finish reading transcript by clicking on “view transcript” button.






 

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So Long, Animal Testing? Researchers 3D Print the First Heart-On-A-Chip – VIDEO

 

Harvard researchers have 3D printed the first-ever “organ-on-a-chip” with integrated sensors.

These organs-on-chips, also known as microphysiological systems, have great potential for in vitro tissue engineering and drug screening research.

The development is also a promising substitute to traditional animal testing, which could result in saving innumerable lives lost in clinical trials.

Further, printable tissues can eliminate unforeseeable variables in clinical trials for treatments, accelerating approval of new drugs.

The easily repeatable process can be customized to create other types of organs. This innovation has potential to impact in vitro tissue engineering, drug screening research, and animal testing.

READ MORE: So Long, Animal Testing? Researchers 3D Print the First Heart-On-A-Chip






 

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HWH Comment: I don’t know if the response would be the same in the USA. Canadians seem to be in general more sensitive, caring, polite people. Maybe that’s a stereotype, but I am part Canadian and that has been my observation, however limited.

Definitely give it a try in America. Every major city – frankly any town too! Why not use the billboard as a teaching tool – a change the world tool? If they can’t go to a slaughterhouse, then bring the slaughterhouse to them.

Americans focus on organic. Screw the animal – as long as it’s grass fed before it gets slaughtered, their conscience is clear.






 

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http://nutritionfacts.org/






 

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LOOKING FOR A MIRACLE? THIS WAS IT – video


Comment: It looks like Sir Isaac Newton’s Third Law Of Motion applied to behavior in this instance. For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction. In Somalia a terrorist with the intent of taking down an entire passenger plane – Daallo Airlines flight 3159 – in a suicide/homicide plot managed to only blow himself out of the plane, leaving all other passengers and crew alive, and the plane landed safely.

I call this a miracle!

HWH

For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction.


(CNN) Somali intelligence officials say two airport workers handled a laptop that concealed a bomb that later exploded in a passenger plane.

In a video made public on Sunday by officials, one airport worker takes the laptop and hands it to another employee.

The employees then hand it over to a man who was killed when the laptop explosion blew a hole in the plane’s fuselage, said Abdisalam Aato, a spokesman for the Somali Prime Minister.

Both workers have been arrested…

Read More: http://www.cnn.com/2016/02/07/africa/somalia-airplane-explosion-video/






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96 ELEPHANTS – VIDEO

Arnold Schartzenegger Takes On The Ivory Trade! Hasta la vista, baby.

Read More: http://www.96elephants.org/

ELEPHANTS