October 23, 2017

Sweden’s “Mark of the Beast”

STOCKHOLM (AP) — The syringe slides in between the thumb and index finger. Then, with a click, a microchip is injected in the employee’s hand. Another “cyborg” is created.

What could pass for a dystopian vision of the workplace is almost routine at the Swedish startup hub Epicenter. The company offers to implant its workers and startup members with microchips the size of grains of rice that function as swipe cards: to open doors, operate printers, or buy smoothies with a wave of the hand.

The injections have become so popular that workers at Epicenter hold parties for those willing to get implanted.<<<Read More>>>

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Wolf Attack on Dog Caught on Camera

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Wolves: NEVER ENOUGH – NEVER

*Editor’s Note* – They just make this stuff up as they go!

The number of wolves in Sweden, around 400, is so low that there is a definite danger of inbreeding. Earlier this month the Environmental Protection Agency released a report that said the country needs at least 300 wolves to maintain a healthy population.

But besides that, it said at least one wolf needs to enter the country from the east every wolf generation, or five years, to extend the genetic diversity, Maria Hörnell Willebrand, head of the wildlife assistance department at the agency, tells Radio Sweden.emboldening added]

Source: Sweden to study Russian wolf DNA

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Swedish wolves need more genetic diversity

According to the agency’s latest population census, there are some 400 wolves living in the center of the country. But they are in need of new bloodlines from other wolf packs found to the east in Finland and Russia.

“Today (the Swedish wolf population) looks OK. But we need to be sure that we have at least one immigrant every five years to have this low number of wolves and still have a favorable reference population,” Willebrand tells Radio Sweden.

Source: Swedish wolves need more genetic diversity: study

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Wolf snatches puppy in ‘scared’ Swedish town

After a baby Jack Russell was snatched from his front yard by a wolf in central Sweden, the man who was dogsitting the puppy has told The Local that his town is growing scared about the number of attacks in the area.

Source: Wolf snatches puppy in ‘scared’ Swedish town – The Local

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Wolves, Resurgent and Protected, Vex Swedish Farmers

*Editor’s Note* – One wolf supporter in this article defends the presence of wolves and it not being a threat to humans by stating that no person has been killed by a wolf in Sweden for 200 years. According to one report I found, wolves, “was more or less extinct around 1860.” Being that wolves have been extinct in Sweden for going on 160 years, one might suggest that it would be difficult for wolves that don’t exist in Sweden to kill people in Sweden. What you think?

“The hate against an animal, against a species such as the wolf, is like racism in people — it is absolutely the same process in the mind,” he said.<<<Read More>>>

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Wolves attack sheep and lambs in North Sweden

This weekend, wolf attacks were responsible for the deaths of a number of sheep and lambs in northern Sweden, in Sågmyra and Insjön, and on Monday, the County Administrative Board will be reviewing an application that came in to carry out a protective hunt.

Source: Wolves attack sheep and lambs in North Sweden | Alaska Dispatch News

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The False Charge Bear Attack: He “Looked Big” and “Roared”

In a Swedish Online news website, a terrible article attempts to present a supposed bear attack as being thwarted because a man “roared” like a bear and “made himself look big.” If you believe the article and then watch the video and still believe making noise and looking big will cancel all those “extremely rare” bear attacks, you’re a fool.

Not that you shouldn’t attempt the feat of making lots of noise and somehow making yourself look big, it is not what people are being led to believe it is. When death is knocking at the front door and you don’t want to answer it, try anything.

In the video, it’s a semi-staged event. First of all, it was caught on video. The fake “attack” was not a surprise at all. The bear was spotted in the woods and the movie camera began to run. Looks to me like they even teased the bear to get it to come out of the trees to be better filmed. The bear made, what is often referred to as a “false charge.” A false charge is when a predator goes through the action of attempting to attack to test the reactions of the intended prey. Predators learn how to attack by testing to know what the prey species will do.

I have serious doubts that the man who saved the world by putting up his arms and screaming did that out of learned instinct. I believe it was mostly staged, that is why it was filmed.

Here’s something to think about. Many times bear attacks happen when a person is along. I wonder how many of those bear attacks that ended in death of the human, happened BECAUSE the person made noise and tried to look bigger. We never know because they are dead.

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How Many Wolves Decided by Science or Politics?

“Romson said that politics rather than science has underpinned the decision to keep the national minimum population at 270 wolves. She is also critical of the fact that the size was determined through a vote in parliament. “The question is if parliament should decide this matter. That runs counter to previous praxis. We believe that science should determine the minimum size,” Romson said.”<<<Read More>>>

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Wolf Killed Dogs Honored

In the Province of Varmland, Sweden, some 90 dogs have been killed by wolves in the past 10 years. Nearly 200 people gathered at the main square in Karlstad on Wednesday evening, in honor of those dogs that have been killed by wolves.

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