reply to post by TheWill
Thanks for your comment and your patience for my reply
As for your rant, that's fine, you must hear me sometimes. Hubby says I get on my high-horse, and even named it poncho, can you believe it?
get very passionate about the way that animals are being treated as well.
I have defend poor Advantage though, he is getting the brunt of it, but he did
say his two were rescues. he didn't go and look to buy em,
order em or anything like that. I have a husky, she's a rescue. If we didn't adopt her, she would have been euthanized (sic). As much as I can not
stand they way that people do unnecessary breeding, or capturing of the animals, purely because humans want to keep them as pets, I also can not stand
the idea of putting an animal out, because it's been domesticated, can't adapt back into the wild, and now can't find a new home. It's previous
owners, either neglecting it, abusing it, or simply deciding they're having a baby, time to get rid of the pet or it gets taken away by animal
services, or it simply runs away.
If you have spent time with an African Grey, you will find, that what Advantage said, is indeed true. African Greys are not your average bird in the
wild that flies a way when a human or an animal comes near. They are like Advantage said, like children, and completely trusting. How else you think
they managed to capture that many in the first place?
Animals caught and shipped in the wild die in vast numbers. It happens with reptiles, corals, fish, invertebrates, amphibians, and birds
This much is true, but you need to keep in mind, that these African greys were in quarantine for the weeks leading up to their deaths. They were
being moved to another quarantine facility at the time. And the other two crates on the other plane, which were from the same batch, were fine.
I thank you for the S & F. The horror of these deaths in our animal kingdom, is the reason I am so fixated on finding the truth of what killed them.
But I don't want to let my emotions about how I feel about the senseless murder, from getting to the bottom of it. I know myself, once I let my
emotions rule, I'm going to zone in on a particular culprit, which might be completely wrong. The state of our mother earth, is just as important to
me as the animal kingdom, the raping of her body of anything that we could possibly find a use for, drilling kilo meters of tunnels into her. It must
be like getting a live root canal. The poison that we put out in the air, choking her to death. This while she is literally the hand that feeds us,
which is why I call her mother.
Please take a look at the research I put up for Scampy, you will see, that if it was the pollution that did all these mass deaths, then earth should
literally already have no surviving birds. The deaths were too sudden, too much at once too specifically timed, therefor doesn't correlate with the
facts I was able to find out. It can't be the pollution.
Whilst saying that, I am by no means denying pollution, not at all. It is very real, and worse than people realize. All I'm saying is just like the
pollution happened gradually, the deaths then should have happened gradually as well. It didn't it happened thousands at once, over a very wide spread
area and I can not find any correlating data or images to support the pollution theory. I wish I did, because then I could just simply blame
But what if we just do an auto blame on people, and it's something completely different, and so much bigger than we think. Like a complete outside
source? Don't you think we should know? I mean we can't when tshtf suddenly turn around and say, "oh dear, sorry people of the earth, this time it
wasn't you, it was the sun, or it was the aliens, or it was gamma rays from the whatever star system, pole shifting (purely examples), or whatever".
And what if it was something we could have stopped, if we had taken a moment, an afternoon, or a couple of days, to simply find out. Not everything
is due to human error, some things are just natural. Disastrous, but natural, maybe even stoppable, but natural nevertheless.
If it is human error, then we should find out exactly which error, because we HAVE to fix it, and quickly. It won't help to fix pollution when the
bird deaths are caused by fluoride in the water. Yes, we have to fix both, but, if the rate of mass death continues, don't you think that, that
should get priority, to prevent extinction?
That's the reason for this thread, to try to find out, what caused it, and then to find out, how do we stop it. If enough people do this, I honestly
believe, we could change the world. So I'm in a positive mood tonight, what can I say?
ETA: Sorry about the ramble, I've just got so much going through my mind on this at the moment, so many thoughts, I feel frustrated plus it's 2AM.
But you'll forgive my ramble, right?
ETA again: Gave you a star for caring about the animals, their rights, and how they feel.
edit on 15-1-2011 by Fenix777 because: ETA
edit on 15-1-2011 by Fenix777 because: ETA again