The aquatic world is being increasingly compromised by an overwhelming array of human-caused noise. The sound of propellers, cavitation, seabed … More
Pollinators serve a great purpose in the agriculture world. Without them, humans and animals would have little to no food … More
A new test of cephalopod smarts has reinforced how important it is for us humans to not underestimate animal intelligence. … More
Suzanne Simard, forest ecologist at the University of British Columbia has been studying old trees in forest ecosystems and how … More
Originally planted with a rich array of edible and medicinal flora for people to use, forest gardens are now a source of food for animals and pollinators. While human activities, such as industrial land management, are often seen as being harmful to biodiversity, their study shows how Indigenous practices have benefited the health and resilience of forest ecosystems in the long-term, the researchers say.
So here we have more missing pieces of the jigsaw puzzle that shows we have crossed the bridge of transhumanism and have now entered the age of the human cyborg thanks to the COVID-19 shot and the new 5G interface.
The Burrowing Parrot, in spanish, ”Loro Tricahue”, (Cyanoliseus patagonus), also known as the burrowing parakeet or the Patagonian conure, is a species of parrot native to Argentina and Chile. The Burrowing Parrot was on the brink of extinction, with small populations fragmented throughout Chile.
”The Burrowing parrots/ Loros Tricahue, that inhabit Chile are an endemic subspecies, that is, they cannot be found anywhere else in the world. It is one of the four native parrots and also the largest. It was on the brink of extinction,” says Marcia Ricci, head of Conservation of Biological Diversity at CONAF in the O’Higgins region.
The rainbow serpent, the white-lipped python is an iridescent snake. AS FAR AS heads go, this is an impressive one. … More
An important and highly concerning study published early this year in the journal Microbiology & Infectious Diseases titled, “Covid-19 RNA Based Vaccines and the Risk of Prion Diseases,” addresses one of the many potential, unintended, adverse health effects of the experimental mRNA Covid-19 vaccines presently being deployed worldwide, namely, their possible induction of prion diseases, a category of highly fatal brain disorders.
‘Mother Trees’ Are Intelligent: They Learn and Remember Few researchers have had the pop culture impact of Suzanne Simard. The … More