(True Activist) For everyone that has been worried over Kenya’s elephant population declining they can now breathe a sense of relief. While 2020 has proven to most to be the worst year ever, here’s one story that will have people jumping for joy. During World Elephant Day, Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) announced to the public that over the last three decades, Kenya has managed to double their elephant population! A feat proven by numbers, having grown from 16,000 in 1989 to 34,800 by the of 2019.
By Rachel Santini, mag.art., cultural anthropologist, Copenhagen, Denmark, and Olle Johansson, associate professor, retired from The Karolinska Institute Medical University, Stockholm, Sweden
While the politicians and the rest of the population all over the world are busy going about with their lives, the telecommunications industry is working at high speed. Billions of dollars and top salaries are at stake.
The purpose of the operator TDC A/S in Denmark is to ”rollout” Ericsson’s new medically and biologically untested and not evidence-based (1) 5G radiation products right over the unsuspecting Danes before they can protest. The small town Elsinore (Danish: Helsingør; Swedish: Helsingör) has been designated by TDC and the government as a ”test area”. The telecommunications industry ”informs” Elsinore’s citizens that the product will be ”exciting”, and the mayor of Elsinore states that the children want it (2). →
(True Activist) It’s a well-known fact that dolphins are one of the world’s most intelligent animals. From their sociability, familiarity and friendly behavior they portray with humans, dolphins have been one of those animals that have long been loved by humans. Even until now, researchers continuously discover new information about dolphins and their unique skills and sophistication that have only been seen with humans before!
Similar to humans, dolphins are also capable of brutally mistreating each other and yet, despite our shared humanity, we have seen so many inhumane acts that humans have done to dolphins throughout the years. Perfect examples of these inhumane acts are the destruction of their habitats because of pollution and illegal poaching of these poor, intelligent animals. →
Read more & video: “EXCLUSIVE VIDEO: Bottlenose dolphin Honey languishes in tank at Inubosaki Marine Park Aquarium, …” (7:08) via — True Activist
Last year, the World Health Organization (WHO) issued warnings that high levels of Electromagnetic Frequencies (EMF) in 1st world countries could affect 30% of the population. “Microwave Sickness” from exposure to EMF and “Electrosmog” was recognized as a medical illness several decades ago. It also affects animals. By 1971, The U.S. Naval Medical Research Institute had published research that exposure to non-ionizing radiation (aka cell phone and wireless WiFi radiation) was biologically harmful. In 1984, the U.S. EPA warned about various significant human health risks from exposure. In 1985, CNN reported that Electromagnetic Fields (EMF) had been used in weapons for what they described as “mind control.” It’s been widely reported that American Embassy workers in China and Cuba were also injured by microwave frequency weapons. →
Authorities launch probe but opposition, which accuses gov’t of hiding coronavirus information, defends lab director.
Tanzania has suspended the head of its national health laboratory in charge of coronavirus testing, a day after President John Magufuli questioned the accuracy of the tests.
Magufuli, who has consistently downplayed the effect of the virus, said on Sunday he had secretly had animals, fruits and vehicle oil tested at the laboratory. A papaya, a quail and a goat had been found to be positive, according to the president.
(Collective-Evolution) One strong theme among the citizenry of the world that receives no mainstream media attention is the issue of cell phone towers and the health/environmental threats they pose. There are thousands of peer-reviewed publications in vivo and in vitro that make it quite clear that electromagnetic radiation from our favourite gadgets, wireless devices, as well as the cell phone towers all over the globe are having a biological impact that’s a great cause for concern, or at the very least warrant appropriate safety testing before we continue down this path. This is something that has yet to be done. →
(Collective-Evolution) We’ve published a lot of information and articles about 5G technology, it’s important to keep this type of information flowing and to share it regularly because mainstream media as well as the communications technology industry continue to completely ignore it. Paul Bischoff, a tech journalist and privacy advocate, recently compiled data regarding telecom’s political contributions to influence policies that benefit their industry, it’s quite revealing. But they (the mainstream) cannot ignore the health concerns for much longer, as topics like 5G wireless radiation are going viral across the world. Its implications are already creating protests, doctors are already treating patients for symptoms (here is an example from Switzerland and here is an example from Canada) and a portion of the mainstream is finally catching on. →
By Elias Marat
A kind-hearted veterinarian has devoted the last nine years to offering medical care to pets belonging to homeless people across California, earning the title of “The Street Vet.” →
(Natural News) Is the world ready to enter the gates of a real-life Jurassic – or in this case, Cenozoic – Park? An international team of scientists seems to think so.
The idea stems from an announcement made by scientists working deep in the frozen Siberian tundra concerning the successful extraction of liquid blood from the frozen carcass of a foal that died 42,000 years ago in Siberia’s Verkhoyansk region. →
(Collective-Evolution) This is just a simple heartwarming story to hopefully make your day! Rademenes is a little black cat that has miraculously escaped death after a very close call caused by an upper-respiratory infection. He was originally brought to an animal shelter in Bydgoszcz, a city in Poland, to be euthanized, but against all odds, this little black kitty survived. Now with a second chance at life, Rademenes has decided to give back, and spends his days taking care of other animals in the shelter that he was originally admitted to. Workers at this shelter jokingly call this friendly kitty one of their “full-time nurses,” as he provides love and comfort to sick and injured animals. Read on for more of this heartwarming story! →