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anti-peta-blog: Rebloging again for those who haven’t seen it.: eT Pesple for the ithical Treatment of Animals is a non-profit animal rights group that uset sensabionalism to get attention PETA claims to want to iberate all animals from testing, food production and even homes where they are begt as pets so they can live free lives 1. There are 2 MILLION members of PETA in the WORLD. 2 MILLION 2. In 2009, PETA impounded 2,366 ANIMALS 2,301 WERE KILLED WERE ADOPTED. That's a 97% KILL rate. 3. But, not anywhere close to 2006's numbers: 1960 cats impounded 1030 dogs impounded. 988 killed 1942 killed. 99% Kill Rate 96% Kill Rate 4. From 2000-2009, PETA KILLED 21,537 ANIMALS Over 5 per DAY OVER 2,000 A YEAR These don't include the animals who were KILLED UPON PICK UP. before reaching a PETA pound 5. PETA KILLS any animal it deems “UN-ADOPTABLE." They have no specified criteria 6. PETAs annual budget is S33 MILLION. Less than 1% is spent on actually HELPING ANIMALS Majority is spent on AD They have donated but rejected CORONADO, convicted and thousands of more doilars to CONVICTED BOMBERS, THIEVES and WHALE BOAT ATTACKERS 7. PETA has protested BEEF NASA KFC The Beef National Groundhog Sea World of P. Diddy NASA Industry Cancer DayWorldWarcraft 8. They have long-standing ties to: The FBI classifies these two as ANIMAL LIBERATION FRONT adm EA TH LIBERATION FRONT 9. PETA spokespeople are often HYPOCRITICAL ENNA JAMESON has been photographed wearing LEATHER. KIMORA LEE Uses FUR clothing in her fashion line PAM ANDERSON drives cars with LEATHE 10. PETA founder INGRID NEWKIRK admitted to KILLING THOUSANDS of animals at shelters to prevent them from being abused She was also SHE KILLED DOZENS A DAY IN THE 1970'S STERILIZED at age 22 because she OPPOSES GIVING anti-peta-blog: Rebloging again for those who haven’t seen it.

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New scientific discoveries and inventions (Believe it or not): 1. ETERNAL STORAGE At the University of Southampton scientist have successfully used nanostructured glass device to create and retrive data. This device is size of the American quarter that can hold 36OTB of data and remain intact up to 1,000°C that means the average life at room temprature will be 13.8 billion years 2.DINOSAUR'S TAIL In month of december 99 million year old piece of dinosaur's tail was dangerously close to be converted into a jewelry but luckily landed in the hands of a paleontologists at market in Burma, who confirn it as tissue of dinosaur's tail which was first concieved as part of small plant 3. GRAVITATIONAL RIPPLES About 1.3 billon years ago two black hole of the size of 29 and 31 times the size of the sun collided to form a massive black hole due to this mass equal to 3 suns was converted into enegery which was then emitted in fraction of second.This gravitational waves were first predicted by General theory of relativity. 4.GENE EDITING Gene editing has been used for very long time for developing food crops and on animal but for first time it is been deviced for curing diseases like cancer by carefull editing of the gene. Further development in this technology may lead to designer babies, prolonged lifespan, eradication genetic diseases like diabetes. 5. HYPERLOOP ONE Hyperloop, the vacuum-powered train line created by Elon Musk, may get a big boost next year. Hyperloop One, a company founded to pursue the idea, plans to unveil a test track this year 6, WEIRD XRAY Odd X-ray pulses are streaming from the core of the Andromeda and Perseus galaxies. And the signals' spectrum (or light signature) does not match any known particle or atom. So astronomers are tentatively salivating over the prospect of a scientific breakthrough, as this phenomenon could just be the first tangible sign of dark matter Furthermore, since the radiation emanates from the cores of the galaxies, it corresponds lo areas of highly concentrated dark matter clumps. So while nothing is certain yet, this could be a momentous discovery that would greatly increase our understanding of a long-standing universal mystery New scientific discoveries and inventions (Believe it or not)
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