posted on Jan, 25 2014 @ 01:54 AM
So recently Western Australia announced that it would bait and cull heaps of sharks off their coast because some people got eaten up. This is a total
waste of sharks and is a silly knee jerk reaction by a bunch of loons in government who have ok-ed the cull despite public outcry.
Then there is the Japanese dolphin kill that goes on where they trap, sell and kill dolphins after attracting them into the cove.
Then there's also the Danish that go and beat up dolphins as part of some tradition of theirs.
All this comes up on Facebook and people are going around signing petitions and what not but I wonder if all that actually works...likely not given
the cull has gone ahead and the cove kill has been going on for yeaaaars now. So I wonder if it's possible to create a device or a series of sonic
devices that can be placed in the water by ships such as the Greenpeace ships and other people who are out there protesting against this rubbish in an
effort to keep these animals away from shore.
Can't be that expensive to put together, just has to be something that plays a loud enough sound at a frequency these animals can hear to keep them
out of harms way.
Any science-y people on here that know how this can be achieved? I'm sure something like this would work well via crowdfunding and we can convert all
the slacktivist's actions into something tangible. Any other solutions are welcome too. We have enough smart people on here who can put their heads
together beyond the normal doom and gloom and start seeking solutions - let's make use of them.