March 25, 2017

Scientism’s Helpful Echo Chambers

I spent several hours yesterday conducting a deeper, forensic search and examination into what most people would probably consider “scientific” pieces concerning Dermacentor albipictus, or what is most commonly known as the winter tick or a moose tick. Anyone can do some basic research and discover a few pages of information displayed as conclusions about […]

The Cancer Industry is Too Prosperous to Allow a Cure

We have lost the war on cancer. At the beginning of the last century, one person in twenty would get cancer. In the 1940s it was one out of every sixteen people. In the 1970s it was one person out of ten. Today one person out of three gets cancer in the course of their life. […]

Bears Are Smarter Than Researchers

I laughed my butt off. This just struck me a being really funny. Bwahahahahahahahaha

MDIFW Will Resume Capture and Radio-Collaring Moose

Press Release from Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife: AUGUSTA, Maine — Starting next week, The Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife will take to the air in year two of an intensive five-year moose study that will provide a greater understanding of the health of Maine’s moose population, particularly factors that impact […]

Forcing Humans to “Live in Harmony” With Bears

“We’re finding the cubs, their first year of live, about 80 percent of them survive, which for a wild animal is really, really high,” Rego says. “The adult females, their year-to-year survival is probably 95 percent.” “For some people, having a bear walk through your yard can be concerning,” Rego says. “We have bears break […]

Maine IFW Radio-Collar Moose Research Project Begins

AUGUSTA, Maine – This morning, the Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife embarked on an intensive 5-year moose research project that will give department biologists an even greater understanding of the health of the Maine moose population, including such keys as adult and calf survival rates and reproductive rates. “Maine’s moose population is healthy […]

Maine Deer $0, Loons $6.5 Million

I suppose still relying on global warming to save Maine’s deer herd, the species gets basically nothing while loon birds get $6.5 million from a grant. While I have nothing against loons, a statement found at MPBN kind of stretches the truth a bit, in my opinion. The bird is under threat from pollution, disease […]

Maine and New Hampshire Moose Populations Uncertain?

For many years now I have wondered what good wild ungulate management does when it appears to be at least 3 years, and probably closer to 5 years, behind boots on the ground reality. I think much of this blame can be put on “modern technology” and computer modeling, as well as a driving impulse […]

Top Wolf Scientist Charges Wolf Researchers Have Become Advocates Rather Than Scientists

Dr. David Mech, the man who invented “balance of nature”, refutes his own claim. Says “Balance of Nature” a Myth. Top Wolf Scientist Charges Wolf Researchers Have Become Advocates Rather Than Scientists by George Dovel The Outdoorsman – Bulletin Number 51 – Page 8 Republished on this website with permission from editor/author. During a May […]

Background Checks for Scientists

Guest post by Jim Beers (An article written recently for The Pen, the newsletter of Common Sense Coalition Talk Radio program out of California, Missouri.) As the debate on requiring background checks for gun sales rages, I submit that background checks should be mandatory for scientists that sell their research to government bureaucracies. A recent […]