September 25, 2017

Freeze Fry Extreme Weather Is Man Made

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Journey To The Center Of The Earth

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Wolves in Israel Preying on Children

Below is a teaser and link to an article about how, what is believed to be 100 – 150 wolves in Israel, are now regularly attacking children in parks, campgrounds, and most everywhere else where possible.

People refuse to learn history. Because Americans refuse to learn anything, especially anything that doesn’t take place on our own soil, we have no idea of the history of wolves worldwide – only the false information echoed throughout the media in this country. That information is seriously flawed and highly inaccurate.

There was a reason that settlers in this country killed every wolf they could. Failing to do that today, Israel, and many other countries, are trying to find ways to deal with the wolf – most often resorting to failed attempts at “learning to coexist.” There is no such thing as coexisting, i.e. sharing the landscape with wolves. Wolves belong in the wilderness. Forcing the two to share the landscape is asking for death and disease

In this article there are a couple things worth pointing out. The first is that the author tries to make some sort of comparison between wolves in Israel and wolves in the U.S. by comparing numbers. The author says there are 100 – 150 in Israel and 10 attacks in four months but in the U.S. “there are tens of thousands of wolves but almost no attacks.” There are far more “attacks” than “almost no” here in the U.S. and Canada. The media refuses to publish the events. In addition, perhaps the author was better describing “tens of thousands of wolves” in Alaska, Canada and the Lower 48 States, than simply the U.S. The Lower 48 numbers into the thousands.

But what is missing in this comparison is the most important part. You have to examine the number of wolves forced into small, densely human populated regions. Tiny little Israel sharing space with 100 – 150 wolves is no comparison to the vastness, in comparison, of the U.S. and its thousands of wolves. Where wolves are being forced to exist in areas with higher human density, that’s where the attacks are taking place, just as in Israel. History has always shown that when man and wolves are forced together, there is nothing but trouble. Again, this is why settlers spent so much time killing wolves. It was either kill or be killed.

The second issue perhaps gets to the bare bones of why there are 100 – 150 wolves in Israel and why there are so many attacks on children. The author writes, “wardens armed with paintball guns also patrol areas and that aggressive wolves are attacked.” Sorry, but honest research has shown that hazing of wolves and large predators in general, is only good for a short period of time – until the wolves adapt to the hazing tactics. You can’t stop a hungry wolf.

“There have been ten attacks by wolves on humans in the past four months in Israel, and in most cases the animals were trying to make off with infants or babies, the Haaretz daily reported on Tuesday.

In what is becoming an increasingly common phenomenon, wolves are approaching campsites to try and snatch what they can — including small children.”<<<Read More>>>

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Phallus Worship/Obelisks In The Intellectually Spaced Out United Satanic Association

Phallus Worship / Obelisks

Phallus worship / obelisks
https://www.flickr.com/photos/spacex/

Formosat-5 Mission

The “universal” human spirit

http://www.spacex.com/news/2017/02/27/spacex-send-privately-crewed-dragon-spacecraft-beyond-moon-next-year

We are excited to announce that SpaceX has been approached to fly two private citizens on a trip around the Moon late next year. They have already paid a significant deposit to do a Moon mission. Like the Apollo astronauts before them, these individuals will travel into space carrying the hopes and dreams of all humankind, driven by the universal human spirit of exploration. We expect to conduct health and fitness tests, as well as begin initial training later this year. Other flight teams have also expressed strong interest and we expect more to follow. Additional information will be released about the flight teams, contingent upon their approval and confirmation of the health and fitness test results.
Most importantly, [[[[we would like to thank NASA,]]]] without whom this would not be possible. NASA’s Commercial Crew Program, which provided most of the funding for [[[Dragon 2 development,]]] is a [[[key enabler for this mission.]]]

That mission being delusion, distraction, and deception..

Yeah baby, they be going on a rocket ride…

In this world most people will be-lie-eve anything..

THERE IS NO SUCH THING AS FOOLPROOF, BECAUSE FOOLS ARE SO DARNED INGENIOUS! AS HEAVENLY FATHER STATED, THINKING THEMSELVES WISE THEY ARE FOOLS!

Fool me once shame on you, fool me twice shame on me…

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Who Is Ruining The Economy? What Is Their Purpose? Do You See The New Economy Yet?

 

THE NEW ECONOMY MEANS YOUR DEMISE

 

They ruined the logging, and that is all the loggers can see.. The economy that supported my business was destroyed.. The economic collapses are part of UNEPs agenda.. Housing has been ruined.. A large part of the plumbing trade was overhead and profit connected to plumbing fixture sales.. All wiped out.. Plumbing trucks with no inventory nor apprentices anymore because the money is not in the business to support those needs.. All businesses have been negatively effected by this new economic model.. Not just ranching/hunting/logging.. We’re all in it..

What happened to the Adam Smith Economic Philosophy.. ? They changed it to the Karl Marx United Nations Economic ‘Environmental’ is Eugenics Sustainable Development Policies.. The new economy.. It doesn’t work worth a damn..

Why’d I walk away from my own plumbing contracting firm? No overhead no profit. If you wanted to stay in business you worked for labor only. Then I had to fight over marking up materials that I bought and provided. In the builders minds, and in their rich customers minds, who controlled the builder, any markup over 10% was considered theft. Even though I was still under retail by 35%. Anyone who sells their materials and labor for the lowest possible cost, just enough to pay bills and stay afloat will not grow their business, will not find top hands to work for them and will not make enough to cover future investments for the growth of the business.

And the fixture wholesalers betrayed the plumbing contractors by selling fixtures at wholesale pricing to building contractors and home owners. Add a sick economical market into the mix along with new guys starting their own businesses who don’t have a shop or are fully equipped who are selling themselves to cheap and it was adios construction. When you have a pack of starving dogs on your doorstep they’ll take whatever you’re willing to pay em..

I own more equipment and mechanized tools than all of the plumbers in this area except one.. Add onto that the non payers that all businesses suffer from. I know a business in the Valley that carries $100,000 annually from non payers. Most of that is sent to collections. When they collect the biz doesn’t even break even. Like my ole daddy used to say, building contractors are whores.. This country has been coerced into non profits. Collectivist Capitalism and the backward thinking that debt is a tool for growth. Thus being servants to their lenders.

It has become the practice of businesses to borrow capitol from the bank to expand their business and personal goals.. Big mistake.. It is the reverse ideology of financial sanity in my opinion. Build small save small and live small.. Until you have your own capitol to accomplish business and personal growth goals.. The big mistake is living on the edge of a financial cliff. In that scenario you are not in control of future economic issues that can shut you down.

Additionally as I stated elsewhere everyone still in that game who disagrees with my thinking on this matter are debt slaves, they have no choice. They tell me about their debt load as if they are proud of it..

I’ve been in and out helping three different plumbing shops when they’re overbooked on their work load.. So they bring me to help catch up.. I’ve noticed there are no apprentices. Also the plumbing trucks have no inventory.. What is inventory? Basically inventory on my plumbing truck 5 of almost every black gas, potable water, and waste and vent system fittings.. Also 500′ of waste and vent pipe, a combination of 1-1/2 up to 4″ and 700′ of water pipe 1/2′ – 3/4″ – 1″… Hand tools power tools.. Air compressor, jack hammer, a couple of small pipe threaders.. Various glues, pipe dopes, and soldering equipment. I did not pack around the steel gas pipe nor the large threader, unless I was transporting that to a job site to install a steel gas system.

So the thing is these shops can’t afford apprentices nor inventory. So what i see going on out there is inefficiency.. I can stand it for about 50 hours and then I start to get angry.. Especially at my age.. I hate wasting time needing parts that should be at hand. And a young tough wants to learn the trade apprentice would be a major plus.. When I apprenticed I worked with a plumber all the time.. Now what I see out there is a plumber doing the apprentice work and the plumbing work. And as there is not enough work anymore many plumbers have left the trade.. I’ve left the trade although I go in and out with one shop that is trying to hang on in a dying economy.. Most of the people out there can’t even do isometrics.. Even the trades are dumbed down now.. amazing..

Who is they? What is their real purpose? The answer is relatively simple..

 

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Rockholm Video: The Real Wolf Story

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Man Attacked By Bear – Fails to “Look Big”

*Editor’s Note* – Even though we can continuously read, day after day of yet another bear attack on a man, they never happen, or are extremely rare.

BUT DON’T GO LOOK!

Obviously, this man was hauled down from a tree more than one time because he failed to “LOOK BIG.”

“A bowhunter was dragged from his tree stand and mauled by a black bear recently. He resorted to stabbing the bear repeatedly with an arrow until it broke off the attack.”<<<Read More>>>

 

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Ah, Yes! The Police State We Live in That So Many Deny

“We don’t conduct vigilante activities. Our Officers are licensed by the State of California Bureau of Security and Investigative Services (BSIS). They are Ca 832 PC and/or Ca POST (Law Enforcement Academy) certified and have backgrounds and experience in Federal Protection Security, Law Enforcement, HAZMAT, and EMT’s, and Military Special Weapons and Tactics. We’re certified by Cal Dept. of Justice Rural Operations, and trained by LAPD Metro in Counter Terrorism response actions, California Central Intelligence Center, Behavioral threat assessment, the State Bureau of Security and Investigative Services, and the California game warden’s tactical unit. We aren’t deputized. It isn’t required. We have arrest powers under the California Penal Code. Our funding comes from government and private contracts.”

LEAR now works in cooperation with County Sheriff’s Depts. & Task Forces (in Multiple Counties); DEA; CA Fish and Wildlife game wardens, BLM, USFS, AG Commissioners and hazardous waste agencies, Special Operation Interagency Teams, Regional Water Quality state and federal agencies; and the game warden MET Team.<<<Read More>>>

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Secretary Zinke signs Secretarial Order to Support Sportsmen & Enhance Wildlife Conservation

Order seeks to expand access on public and private lands and to promote hunting and fishing among youth, veterans, and minority communities

9/15/2017

Date: September 15, 2017
Contact: Interior_Press@ios.doi.gov

WASHINGTON – Today, U.S. Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke signed Secretarial Order 3356, which will support and expand hunting and fishing, enhance conservation stewardship, improve wildlife management, and increase outdoor recreation opportunities for all Americans. Secretarial Order 3356 is an extension of Secretarial Order 3347, issued on Zinke’s first day, March 2, 2017. That order identified a slate of actions for the restoration of the American sportsmen conservation ethic, which was established by President Theodore Roosevelt.

The new order comes days after the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service announced a survey that found there are 2.2 million fewer hunters in America now than in 2011. The order seeks to improve wildlife management and conservation, increase access to public lands for hunting, shooting, and fishing, and puts a new and a greater emphasis on recruiting and retaining new sportsmen conservationists, with a focus on engaging youths, veterans, minorities, and other communities that traditionally have low participation in outdoor recreation activities.

“Hunting and fishing is a cornerstone of the American tradition and hunters and fishers of America are the backbone of land and wildlife conservation,” said Secretary Zinke. “The more people we can get outdoors, the better things will be for our public lands. As someone who grew up hunting and fishing on our public lands – packing bologna sandwiches and heading out at 4AM with my dad – I know how important it is to expand access to public lands for future generations. Some of my best memories are hunting deer or reeling in rainbow trout back home in Montana, and I think every American should be able to have that experience.

“Today’s Secretarial Order is the latest example of how the Trump Administration is actively moving to support hunting and other forms of outdoor recreation on public lands. This means finding ways to expand hunting and fishing on public lands, improving access, and taking necessary actions to facilitate the enjoyment of these time-honored activities by any member of our society.”

Secretarial Order 3356 directs bureaus within the department to:

  • Within 120 days produce a plan to expand access for hunting and fishing on BLM, USFWS and NPS land.
  • Amend national monument management plans to ensure the public’s right to hunt, fish and target shoot.
  • Expand educational outreach programs for underrepresented communities such as veterans, minorities, and youth.
  • In a manner that respects the rights and privacy of the owners of non-public lands, identify lands within their purview where access to Department lands, particularly access for hunting, fishing, recreational shooting, and other forms of outdoor recreation, is currently limited (including areas of Department land that may be impractical or effectively impossible to access via public roads or trails under current conditions, but where there may be an opportunity to gain access through an easement, right-of-way, or acquisition), and provide a report detailing such lands to the Deputy Secretary.
  • Within 365 days, cooperate, coordinate, create, make available, and continuously update online a single “one stop” Department site database of available opportunities for hunting, fishing, and recreational shooting on Department lands.
  • Improve wildlife management through collaboration with state, Tribal,? territorial, and conservation partners.

“On behalf of the 5 million hunters, recreational shooters and members of the NRA, we commend Secretary Zinke for continuing to follow Teddy Roosevelt’s sportsman legacy by opening more land and water to hunting and target shooting,” said Chris Cox, Executive Director of the National Rifle Association. “In the past, management plans for federal lands have been put in place to ban hunting and shooting. Sportsmen and women can now breathe a sigh of relief that those days are over. This administration values access to public lands for sportsmen and we commend them for it.”

“For too long, sportsmen’s access to our federal lands has been restricted, with lost opportunity replacing the ability to enjoy many of our best outdoor spaces. This extension to Secretarial Order 3356 will go a long way to reversing that trend and help grow the next generation of hunters, fishermen, and recreational shooters,” said Senator Lisa Murkowski, Chairman of the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee. “I appreciate this new order and am committed to working with Secretary Zinke and my colleagues to do everything we can to expand and enhance access to our federal lands for all Alaskans, and all Americans, so that we can continue our rich sportsmen’s heritage.”

“Restoring wildlife habitat and expanding opportunities for hunting, fishing, and other outdoor recreation will help increase wildlife populations and connect millions of Americans with our nation’s natural treasures,” said Collin O’Mara, President and CEO of the National Wildlife Federation. “Secretary Zinke’s order demonstrates his commitment to collaborate closely with conservation organizations and state agencies to achieve these critical conservation outcomes. We look forward to working with the Secretary, the Department, and our conservation partners to recover America’s wildlife and connect every American with nature.”

“Secretary Zinke’s action today follows in the great tradition of President Teddy Roosevelt and recognizes the central role that hunters play in conservation and successful wildlife management,” said Lawrence G. Keane, Senior Vice President and General Counsel of the National Shooting Sports Foundation. “The National Shooting Sports Foundation is deeply grateful to Secretary Zinke for the historic Secretarial Order that he signed  today. NSSF has worked closely with, and in support of, Interior Department officials on these priorities and other positive steps announced today. Today’s action will serve to benefit current and future generations for years to come.”

“Americans depend on reliable and affordable access to public lands to participate in outdoor sporting and recreational activities,” said Chairman Rob Bishop. “Unfortunately, these lands are not being managed to facilitate consistent, open access. Today’s Secretarial Order to increase these opportunities strengthens the foundation of our country’s hunting and fishing heritage and helps ensure that sportsmen and women continue to enjoy access to our federal lands and waterways.”

“For many Americans, hunting and fishing wouldn’t be possible without public land and the access it provides for these pastimes. Secretarial Order 3356 represents a renewed commitment to working with our nation’s sportsmen and women to ensure that our legacy of hunting and fishing-driven conservation continues to stand the test of time,” said Congressional Sportsmen’s Foundation President Jeff Crane. “We applaud Secretary Zinke for recognizing the critically important role that expanded federal land access plays in achieving this goal.”

“We support Secretary Zinke’s order to expand opportunities for hunters and anglers on BLM, Fish and Wildlife Service and Park Service lands as well as on private lands,” said David Allen, President and CEO of the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation. “Access to quality wildlife habitat remains one of the most significant factors impacting hunting and fishing participation throughout the country. This order will help ensure sportsmen and women continue to have opportunities for quality recreational experiences on public lands and potentially private lands.”

“Generations of Idahoans, including me, have passed on their love of hunting, fishing, and shooting sports to their children and grandchildren,” said Senator James Risch, Co-Chairman of the Congressional Sportsmen’s Caucus. “I applaud Secretary Zinke’s quick action to protect those fundamental rights and expand access for sportsmen and women across the country.”

On his first day in office, Secretary Zinke reversed an order that would have banned lead ammo and tackle on National Wildlife Refuge lands, and he began the process of expanding hunting and fishing opportunities on public lands across the Department.

In August, the Secretary announced a proposal to expand hunting and fishing opportunities at 10 national wildlife refuges, and he announced the initial stages of a plan to acquire land to make the Bureau of Land Management Sabinoso Wilderness Area accessible for the first time ever to hunters, hikers, and wildlife watchers.

In addition, Secretary Zinke recently made recommendations to President Trump on 27 national monuments that call for changes to some that, while still protecting the land, would also protect and expand public access to that land for citizens who want to hunt, fish, and hike and experience the joy and beauty of these special places.

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More Elk Country Conserved, Opened to Public Access in Pennsylvania

Press Release from the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation:

MISSOULA, Mont.—An additional 766 acres of Pennsylvania elk habitat is now permanently protected and opened to public access thanks to efforts by the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, Pennsylvania Game Commission (PGC) and a generous donor.

“This would not have happened without landowners who care about Pennsylvania and both understand and appreciate the crucial wildlife values of this area,” said Blake Henning, RMEF chief conservation officer.

Located in Centre County, the project extends the western unit of State Game Lands 100 to the north along the West Branch of the Susquehanna River. By doing so, it expands that unit to 5,272 acres in size and improves access to it while expanding the overall size of the two State Game Lands 100 units to a combined 21,069 acres.

“This critical acquisition to the Pennsylvania Game Commission’s State Game Land system will not only enhance the agency’s ability to better manage the southern dispersal of its elk herd, but it will benefit all Pennsylvanians by adding an additional 766 acres,” said Bryan Burhans, PGC executive director. “We are grateful for the outstanding partnership between RMEF and the Game Commission.”

The property’s habitat includes oak and pine woodlands, meadows, grassland and key riparian habitat along 1.24 miles of the river. It is home to elk, whitetail deer, black bears, turkey, grouse and other bird and animal life.

“We are especially grateful for our long-standing partners at the Pennsylvania Game Commission. Their dedication and determination made this project possible,” added Henning.

Since 1991, RMEF and its partners completed 424 conservation and hunting heritage outreach projects in Pennsylvania with a combined value of more than $24.9 million. These projects conserved or enhanced 26,874 acres of habitat and opened or secured public access to 9,312 acres.

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