Whenever exposed to info about invasive species in lakes & waterways, I can't help but shake my head knowing that the way humans think to remove such things is by poisoning them. Hello? Poison is poison. What are the long term effects of poisoning our waters?
I wonder if these invasive species are so bad, why aren't the people starving without fish populations in areas these invasive species came from?
Anyone else noticing the increasing water clarity in lakes infested by zebra mussels?
Zebra mussels filter and clean the water. Much of what people believe to be true about zebra mussels is not fact.
Found this interesting article separating fact from fiction on zebra mussels:
I can't help but wonder if this is Mother Earth's way of cleaning up the mess humans have been making while polluting & poisoning the waters directly or indirectly via the run off coming from the areas where people continuously spray chemicals & poisons on crops & lands. When all those different poisons & chemicals mix together in the water, what long term effect will that have?
Why do humans insist on using chemicals to kill / control living things? Why do humans kill any living species under the belief that its a good thing for other living species?
Wolves were once thought to be bad because people believed they would kill all the farm animals & the wild game, but that's a myth which is extremely far from the truth!
Scientists were blown away by seeing the positive affects wolves had on all animal populations, as you can see in this 4-minute video below:
I've heard humans say that poisons are safe, they've been tested. Really? Have all the poisons been tested together? No!
Many humans believe in a higher power, a creator who created all things. Ever stop to think about that when humans decide some living thing should be eradicated? That life was created for a reason, ever think maybe we should trust that?
Let's consider the species that humans are trying to eradicate.
What other species will suffer and die because that species is gone? And what other species will suffer and die because of that? Just what are the cumulative affects of the elimination of the species which humans deem too bad to continue Existing?
What chain reaction are humans setting in motion with all this killing and poisoning?
Dumping poison in our water, on our crops or lands is poisoning everything. Water mixes together, there's no stopping that. What is the cumulative affect of all those poisons mixed together?
Wake up humans, please stop poisoning yourselves.
My opinion & point is that Mother Nature has a way of taking care of herself & we should learn to trust her in that process, as well as lend our assistance to working with that flow of life rather than against it.
Who is really the most invasive & destructive species on this planet?
Humanity better hope a more advanced species doesn't show up answering that question with the same kind of solution. - Jen Kruse
There's my rant for the day, its been a while since I harped about something, eh?
If you don't agree with me, that's fine, I'm entitled to my opinion & you are entitled to yours. There's enough people on this planet going against the flow of life, we need more humans who stand up & speak the obvious life-saving truth!
- Jen Kruse
Radio Host of TheCallingRadioShow.com
Psychic, Medium, Energy Healer & Lightworker
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