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Mississippi Residents Find Death Along Oily Gulf Shores

Environment  (tags: habitatdestruction, healthconditions, pollution, oceans, nature, humans, world, wildlife, globalwarming, environment, energy, ecosystems, destruction, climatechange, animals )

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graphic photos, and commentary. Tar balls the size of bricks spewed up this last week, bodies of dolphins & sea turtles. A comment by famous oil blowout responder Red Adair indicting those at fault for their failure on the BP oil spill of last year.

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Tim C (2420)
Saturday March 31, 2012, 11:50 am

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Saturday March 31, 2012, 12:08 pm
Man's unnatural leanings, actions, greed are the undoing of sacred life that this wonderful Planet Earth was singled out to sustain. Why do 50% or more of humans fail to see the crimes they commit?
Please consider never eating another sentient being, as this increases these horrors and continues to destroy life on this planet. We must buy scooters and tiny cars, while we demand alternative, renewable energy.

Michael M (60)
Saturday March 31, 2012, 12:24 pm
Yvette, please check the newly submitted news post in health and wellness on obesity, diabetes, and walking.
Simple graphs there mention, for instance, that 45% of Germans walk to destinations while 14% of US residents do so.

We struggle with the issues involved in not only killing to eat, but in caging/enslaving other animals for their entire lives to produce products like eggs, milk, and some natural fibers. While doing so, we also promote the vilification and killing of other animals who are obligate carnivores. The wolf, bear, coyote are three animals viewed as enemies by those who profit from this unnecessary human disassembly line for excess food and profit.
All of the above animals are actually cleaners of carrion and also eaters of vegetable matter, as are the hawks and other birds shot. Without their selection of prey, the world would be a far poorer place, for they protect against other species becoming overpopulated and damaging the health and diversity wherever they live.
We are out of touch with that diversity and ongoing life, taking land and paving it over for vast amounts of time (I presume it will end SOMEDAY!), preventing earth's regeneration.

Agnes N (703)
Saturday March 31, 2012, 4:43 pm
Thanks Michael

Cheryl B (64)
Saturday March 31, 2012, 6:16 pm

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Saturday March 31, 2012, 6:17 pm
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