Baby Bison…

Posted in 2016, animals with tags on August 22, 2016 by theboldcorsicanflame


nomadruss in words and photos

Affectionately known as “red dogs,” baby bison are generally born between April and May and are orange-red in color, earning them the name. By this time in the season they are changing to brown in color and their characteristic horns and shoulder hump start to grow. These images were all made during the month of May in Yellowstone National Park, and focused mainly on the affection between mama and calf.

RBT_6820 A bison calf learns to swim across the Gardner River near Mammoth 

RBT_6806 A affectionate touch by a mama bison after the baby catches her

RBT_6095 A mama bison strokes her baby 

RBT_7704 A baby bison feeds, Fountain Flats

RBT_7715 A mama showing her baby some affection

RBT_7736 A baby bison content amongst the herd

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Unconditional Love: Mother Dogs & their Puppies

Posted in 2016, animals with tags , , , , , on August 21, 2016 by theboldcorsicanflame

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Pictures of mothers and doggies that need no comment. It is pure Love and Bliss. Oh I love those puppies

Exact Dates Given for Grand Solar Minimum Cooling Globally, IPCC Tries to Suppress Research

Posted in 2016, astronomy with tags , , , on August 21, 2016 by theboldcorsicanflame

20 august 2016:

 Exact Dates Given for Grand Solar Minimum Cooling commencing Globally in a paper by Zharkova, Shepherd, Popova and Zharkov, then the IPCC Tried to Suppress Research by asking the Royal Astronomical Society to remove the findings through the groups of scientific organizations associated with the IPCC.

So much research is out in the world about the commencing grand solar minimum, the the lack of government action must have an agenda behind it.

IPCC and other scientific bodies try to remove and suppress Zharkova’s research and published papers

Video – We’re headed into a Little Ice Age, says scientist

A Parrot intimidates kitties Imitating them

Posted in 2016, animals with tags , , , on August 20, 2016 by theboldcorsicanflame

Look how this parrot intimidates those kitties. They know who is boss!

Fish (&Birds) Are Dying By The MILLIONS All Over The Planet

Posted in 2016, animals with tags , , on August 17, 2016 by theboldcorsicanflame


Why are millions upon millions of dead sea creatures suddenly washing up on beaches all over the world?

Over the past month we have seen a series of extremely alarming mass death incidents all over the planet.

As you will see below, many of these mass death incidents have involved more than 30 tons of fish.

In places such as Chile and Vietnam, it has already gotten to the level where it has started to become a major national crisis.

For example, just check out what is going on in Chile right now.  The following comes from a Smithsonian Magazine article entitled “Why Are Chilean Beaches Covered With Dead Animals?“…

In Vietnam, things are even worse.  At this point, so many dead fish and clams have been washing up along the coast that soldiers have been deployed to bury them

Elsewhere in Asia, there have been similar incidents.  For example, CNN is reporting that one lake in southern China is currently dealing with 35 tons of dead fish…

On the other side of the world, similar incidents have also happened in major lakes.  Here is one example from Bolivia

And here is an example from Brazil

We could go on and on all day with examples such as these.

Just within the last month, 40 tons of fish died in India, 65 tons of fish died in Cambodia, 70 tons of fish died in Colombia, and millions of fish “suddenly died” in Indonesia.

So why is this happening?


Nobody knows and not many seem to care…

It is very interesting to note that most of these mass fish deaths have happened in nations that border the Pacific Ocean.

Millions upon millions of dead fish are washing up on shores all over the globe, and people are really starting to freak out about this.

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We live in a world that is becoming increasingly unstable, and major disasters seem to be getting more frequent and more intense.


What’s Causing All the Wildlife Die-offs Around the World?

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Birds are falling dead out of the sky, and millions of poultry and wildlife are dying from avian flu. The animals of the land are also dying in large numbers from disease.

Although animals and fish have been dying all throughout history, we have not seen the massive consistant numbers that we are seeing today


Mass Animal Deaths Around the World: Dead Birds Fall from Sky, Millions of Fish & Crabs Wash ashore





Surprise: Dogs would rather get a belly rub than a treat

Posted in 2016, animals with tags , , , on August 15, 2016 by theboldcorsicanflame


Baby © Theboldcorsicanflame

When training dogs, a pat on the head may be more effective than a treat. A new study suggests that most dogs respond more positively to praise than to food.

Researchers scanned (pictured) the brains of 15 dogs of various breeds while presenting objects paired with rewards.

For example, after the scientists showed the canines a toy car, their owners would praise them. In other tests, the researchers gave the dogs a toy horse and a piece of hot dog.

The scans revealed that when praised, 13 of the dogs showed equal or greater levels of brain activity in the region that controls decision-making and signals rewards than when they received food, the scientists will report in an upcoming issue of Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience.

In a follow-up test, the team set up a Y-shaped maze with the dogs’ owners on one side and a bowl of treats on the other. Although most of the canines preferred to go the direction of their owner for a belly rub, the dogs that showed a greater reaction to food in the scanner consistently chose food in the maze.


August is the month when noctilucent clouds (NLCs) typically begin to wane

Posted in 2016, astronomy with tags , , , on August 9, 2016 by theboldcorsicanflame



August is the month when noctilucent clouds (NLCs) typically begin to wane.

Indeed, images from NASA’s AIM spacecraft show the electric-blue oval around the north pole is beginning to recede.

Nevertheless, high-latitude sky watchers are still seeing some impressive displays.




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