March 21, 2018

Canada Lynx Report: An Extremely Rare Discovery

Maybe I tricked you with my title to this article. Regardless, read and consider the rarity of this report on the Federally protect Canada lynx.

It is almost unheard of these days to find any kind of written report about any animal, wild or domestic, that isn’t fraught with Romance Biology, Voodoo Science, Scientism, Environmentalism, emotionalism, animal rightism and any other “ism” you can think of.

Nope! Sorry that this report might be disappointing to most but what a breath of fresh air. It contains only what one man observed when he went into the forest to collect some data about Canada lynx. He followed paw prints in the snow, backtracked on them and discovered the lynx had caught and killed a ruffed grouse and carried it 0.37 miles before eating it, perhaps sharing it with lynx.

No talk of global warming. No talk of we’re all gonna die. No talk of any of that nonsensical crap almost always found in such reports.

Thank you to wildlife biologist Scott McClellan, for filing such a report. Thanks to Emily MacCabe for posting this report and thanks to the Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife for allowing this rare event to take place.

Please send more just like it.


Maine’s “Chickadee Check-off” Has the Wrong Name

The State of Maine has an Income Tax check-off where those choosing to make a contribution to efforts to save endangered and threatened wildlife. One of the problems with the Federal version of species protection is their fascist ways of dictating to states certain species that are endangered and threatened and then extorting money from the taxpayers in order to carry out their fascist mandates. This Federal action causes states like Maine to have to resort to bake sales to get money so that the fascists will “match” that money.

However, when Maine people see “Chickadee Checkoff” what are they thinking? Why not change the name to something that actually tells people what it is? Maybe something like, “Endangered Wildlife Protection Fund.”

According to the Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife (MDIFW) website, the checkoff is for “…funding for non-game and endangered and threatened species…”

Oh, it’s not to save the chickadee!!


Shooting Back?

Probably below is the same woman…or at least cut from the same cloth.


USFWS To Begin Work to Remove Canada Lynx from Federal Protection Under ESA

The following link and its landing page will provide the reader with ample links to all the work that is about to begin and what has already been done to remove the Canada lynx from Federal protection under the Endangered Species Act. Please follow this link and scroll down to find other links to recent actions and status assessment.

On January 11, 2018, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (Service) announced the completion of a scientific review of the Canada lynx in the contiguous United States. The review concludes that the Canada lynx may no longer warrant protection under the Endangered Species Act (ESA) and should be considered for delisting due to recovery. This recommendation is the result of an extensive review of the best available scientific information and almost 20 years of working in partnership with state, federal, tribal, industry and other land managers on the conservation of this species. As a result of this status review, the Service will begin development of a proposed rule to delist the species.


Myths of the “Eastern Puma” Shall Deceive, Even The Elect

Once again it appears many are acting as though “we’re all gonna die,” due to actions by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS). The USFWS announced just the other day that a Final Rule had been published that would officially declare the “Eastern Puma” extinct. This action shouldn’t have come as any surprise as it has been in the works for years with the USFWS, by law, providing every opportunity for anyone to get involved in the process and offer comments, opinions, and yes, even an occasional scientific report about the effort.

I was reading from an Online newspaper out of Connecticut about “The Story, The Myth, That Never Dies.” This is, of course, about the ongoing belief that the Eastern Cougar is alive and well. Perpetuated by these illusions are the notions that people see them everywhere; they have proof. American people, with their bred-into-them perversions about animals, want to believe, at all costs, void of even sanity, that wild animals, such as the Eastern mountain lion, are living in their backyards. Maybe it’s a desire, an uncontrolled want to have a spiritual connection with something. Why do people act this way?

When I was a young boy growing up and forced to attend Church and Sunday School several times a week, I heard spoken many things about the Bible. Even at the age of 10, I would ask myself, in a way that only a 10-year-old could ask, “Why would anybody be so stupid to do something like that?”

Here’s an example of what I mean. Often I was subjected to the book of Matthew, Chapter 24, specifically verses 24 – 26. Here it is written where Yeshuah is telling his disciples of things that will happen in the Latter Days. He tells them that there will be false Christs and false prophets, some that will “show great signs and wonders.” He also says that people will tell you to go here and go there for at these places you will find those who do “great signs and wonders,” and that they will “deceive even the elect.” “Don’t go,” He tells them. Don’t be deceived.

And yes, at 10 I asked how could anybody be so stupid. I asked myself those same questions about many prophecies in the Bible. 56 years later, I understand. With an understanding of the animal perversion of Americans, and I suppose most Westerners in general, these people want so badly to believe that when someone tells them there are wild animals in the woods that do amazing things, they blindly and willingly follow. They may never actually see these creatures but they will believe and never give it up.

If Yeshuah told us even the elect will be deceived about false prophets and false messiahs, surely many will be deceived about wild animals and pets, that do amazing things. If the love and care people show their pets and wild animals could be exchanged for love and care of the fellow man, wouldn’t the world we live in be different? Imagine if they put the same effort into getting people to know and understand the real Creator.

With all this in mind, reading the article about the ongoing myths about mountain lions and their existence gives us new meaning.


Eastern Cougar Officially Declared Extinct

Endangered and Threatened Wildlife and Plants; Removing the Eastern Puma (=Cougar) From the Federal List of Endangered and Threatened Wildlife

AGENCY: Fish and Wildlife Service, Interior.

ACTION: Final rule.

SUMMARY: We, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (Service), determine the eastern puma (=cougar) (Puma (=Felis) concolor couguar) to be extinct, based on the best available scientific and commercial information. This information shows no evidence of the existence of either an extant reproducing population or any individuals of the eastern puma subspecies; it also is highly unlikely that an eastern puma population could remain undetected since the last confirmed sighting in 1938. Therefore, under the authority of the Endangered Species Act of 1973 (Act), as amended, we remove this subspecies from the Federal List of Endangered and Threatened Wildlife.<<<Read More>>>


An Example of How Scientism Has Invaded Our Lives

According to Wikipedia, Scientism is: “a term generally used to describe the facile application of science in unwarranted situations not covered by the scientific method.” Okay, so to understand what that means, we find that “facile” means: “1. appearing neat and comprehensive only by ignoring the true complexities of an issue; superficial. 2. easily achieved; effortless.” A Scientismist is one who practices Scientism, regardless of their cognition of their chosen path of Scientism. Forgive the Father for they know not what they do?

Scientism can be explained further to state that when the real scientific process becomes too complex, or in reality no longer fits a narrative, the human condition or human values are applied instead. It’s what most want to believe. If it feels good, do it. When we examine the “Scientific Method,” once again Wikipedia says, “The scientific method is a body of techniques for investigating phenomena, acquiring new knowledge, or correcting and integrating previous knowledge. To be termed scientific, a method of inquiry is commonly based on empirical or measurable evidence subject to specific principles of reasoning.”

If this sounds complex, involving hard work, it is. And thus, Scientism abandons all of this and replaces it with something easier.

In short, the practice of Scientism promotes fantasy and mythology because it is easier to believe in lies than it is to learn the truth.

An example of this might be the tale of Little Red Riding Hood. Instead of researching the history of life with wolves throughout the world dating back as far as the 11th Century, to understand why people feared man-eating wolves, it is easier to say that people became scared of wolves because somebody made up a story about wolves rather than the idea for such a story had its roots in actual events leading up to that time.

Jim Beers, a retired U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service biologist, calls the exemplification of Scientism as Romance Biology and/or Voodoo Science.

All of the characteristics of Scientism, Romance Biology, and Voodoo Science have invaded our institutes of “higher” learning, growing exponentially like some foreign toxic fungus. The result of this phenomenon can be witnessed with the turn of each page of any news report or “scientific” journal. This epidemic now threatens nearly every aspect of man’s life.

Recently, it was reported that wolves had attacked and killed beef livestock in Oregon. An Oregon wildlife biologist and someone described as the “Oregon wolf coordinator for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service,” said that wolves had visited a ranch for years where the depredations took place and there hadn’t been any problems, apparently addressing the situation as though the wolf pack was a 4-H club.

This same biologist was further quoted as saying, “We can’t just trust anymore that (wolves) are going to come visit and not cause problems. Things have changed in that regard.”

Maybe the biologist could intervene on behalf of the wolves and suggest a “Time Out,” to give wolves the opportunity to reflect on their actions. The absurdity of the statement should stand alone and speak volumes of the errancy of today’s society, but it doesn’t. Someone must try to point out the error of their ways…for whatever that might be worth.

What we see is the exemplification of Scientism and the useless crap that is being used for brainwashing purposes at all levels of wildlife biology and wildlife management, and thus a filtering down throughout all society. Whom do we excuse as evidently this biologist’s bubble has been burst due to his perception that Romance Biology’s version of wolf behavior didn’t happen the way the books taught him it would. He believes that because wolves attacked livestock, “Things have changed in that regard.” Are you serious?

Historic document after historic document reveals that wolves systematically attack and kill livestock – sometimes for food and sometimes for bloodlust. I recall that during the many meetings and comments gathered by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service prior to the introduction of wolves into the Rocky Mountains, all efforts to convince the Feds, even with historic documentation, that wolves don’t play fairly was totally disregarded. I said then that one day people would have to learn the hard way. And here we are. Yet, we see one biologist, a good representation of all wildlife biologists, who is of the belief that wolves attacking livestock is a “changed” behavior in wolves. No wonder nobody is willing to consider that wolves also attack and eat people.

Scientism disregards the complications of gaining knowledge through truth. It is easier to accept the false belief that wolves don’t attack people or livestock. When events reveal real wolf behavior, somehow this is perceived as a new event, a change in behavior that somehow must be dealt with. To them, it is not the wolves’ fault. Lacking, by choice, any knowledge of what it is and has been like for centuries to “learn to live with wolves,” ignorant and misled people think wolves attacking livestock is a rogue event.

Real wolf scientists, for centuries, have related the dangers associated with aggressive wolf behavior. For those interested in truth, libraries abound with books and documentation of wolf attacks on people and livestock. It is obvious that over the years, man’s knowledge and the processes used in employing that knowledge have changed. These changes have resulted in what I now call Scientism and some call Romance Biology and Voodoo Science.

How anybody chooses to perceive wolf behavior, will not ever alter the historic behavior of wolves. Perceptions have changed but wolf behavior basically remains the same throughout all time.




Multiculturalism Among Wolves


Canada Lynx: The Comeback Cat

“Biologist Jen Vashon was in the North Woods of Maine, deep in a sea of rolling spruce and fir and a couple hundred miles from any town or paved road.

She wasn’t alone. Peering over the top of a large fallen tree, she spied what she’d come for. Just yards away lay the storied cousin of the bobcat: a Canada lynx, distinguished by its black-tipped tail and ears and long legs with large, furry paws. Snuggled against the lynx were balls of fluff with blue eyes and their own black tufts of fur rising like antennas from the ear.

The Maine biologist was witnessing a nursing female Canada lynx for the first time.

“I was so anxious to get a photo that I called in my crew member, but due to his excitement his approach spooked the cat,” Vashon said. The mother took off, leading her scent away from the litter.

This allowed the Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife crew to quickly gather information on the month-old kittens and attach ear tags. The mother’s radio collar that had led them to the den revealed that she lurked nearby. Vashon, with each rise from the den, saw the yellow eyes warily stare back.

The litter became one of 44 litters with a total of 116 kittens that have been tagged and monitored in Maine since 1999. Nearly 100 adults have been tracked with radio collars, all in an effort to better understand the abundance of lynx in the state, their ability to survive and reproduce, and the factors that may limit their numbers.”<<<Read More>>>


Ignopidity: Ignorance and Stupidity Both Without a Cure

It has always been said that ignorance can be corrected but stupidity can’t. I don’t know if that statement really holds any water but I have reached the conclusion that there is no cure for either one. What supports my claim is that there is an epidemic in this country called “ignopidity” – not only incurable but a symptom of the disease is the inability to recognize or understand that there is a difference between ignorance and stupidity. And, where we now live in a society in which ignorance is incurable, i.e. willful ignorance and the desire to remain that way regardless of such things as facts, what hope remains?

For those who might be curious, ignorance was once thought to be the lack of knowledge of a particular subject -stupidity as lacking mental capacity.

I read once that William Shakespeare was the master of “creative insults.” I know that often my writings can be disrespectful, offensive and rude, that is to those who know the difference, but I am no master at creatively insulting anyone. I remain rough around the edges and unfinished.

I’m getting way off the subject matter of this blog post.

Today I was sent a link to this article about the Florida panther. It was about how the Florida panther (the Florida panther is just a panther that happens to have a population in Florida) is being extirpated by people running over them with their automobiles. Of course, to the ignopid there are other circumstances that seriously affect the viability of the Florida panther, but it’s more fun to dump on the existence of man instead ignorant of the fact they are a man – somehow exempt.

I will not waste my time with those suffering from ignopidity to discuss whether or not the Florida panther is a subspecies of the panther or if it actually is in danger of being extirpated or of going extinct, which it is not. Unfortunately, often times those suffering from ignopidity display all the symptoms of chronic honeycomb brain infestation known commonly as liberalism (There is no known cure).

Liberalism and an overwhelming desire to better the lives of animals at the expense of man is a major manifestation of ignopidity. The linked-to article doesn’t come out and say that the only cure for protecting the Florida panther is to rid the state of human activity, but it is certainly implied.

Ignopidity caused the author to write: “I expect that without drastic steps the number of Florida panthers killed each year will continue to hit new records as the population declines on a curve toward oblivion.”

You should understand that this is Trump’s fault. The author admits that there are not enough protections in place for his liking for the Florida panther but somehow he says that because Trump is now president all hope is lost. Trump had nothing to do with the protection, or lack thereof, of the Florida panther. So why is it Trump’s fault? What isn’t it Obama’s problem, or Clinton’s? Hell, it might as well be George Washington or gOD himself.

Consider the statement made about the demise of the Florida panther. The author expects that without “drastic steps” – notice also the lack of any suggestion as to what those steps might be, other than killing a lot of people – the number of panthers killed each year will continue to set “new records” for the number of panthers killed each year…until when? Until they are all gone?

How is this even possible? There are a lot of variables to consider when seeking information on automobile collisions with Florida panthers. This author doesn’t consider any of them other than there are too many cars and people. Isn’t it feasible that the reason there might be a few more panthers killed by cars in Florida is that there are more panthers? That doesn’t fit the narrative evidently.

Regardless, it is an impossibility that more and more panthers will be killed until they are all gone. Think about it a minute.

A perfect display of ignopidity spiced up with a heavy dose of liberalism and animal perversion.