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  • No wonder vampires are immortal

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    While the comment "No wonder vampires are immortal" on of the national geographic blog posts made is funny, it also in a way hits the nail on the head, as young blood seems to have beneficial effects to say the least, it even reverses aging. I can't often enough express how promising, interesting and solution orientated the future will be, the reasonable near future that is.

    Will aging become a thing of the past? I am absolutely convinced of it. There will be several ways and approaches that are going to tackle the mechanisms of decay in organisms. Telomeres is another buzz word in DNA replication, whereby a predefined number of copying cycles "naturally" leading to wear and ultimately death can be counteracted.

    The article below is probably just on of many ways that will change the dynamics of Nature in unimaginable ways reserved exclusively to the Science fiction world thus far. The only saddening thing is the continued use of animal testing. Hopefully sooner than later risky animal testing will be abolished. 

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  • Are street lights changing the balance of nature?

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    What a question?

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  • Play By a Grizzly Cub and Wolf Pup

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    People generally like cute animations of animals as the success of films such as the Lion King, Ice Age, Finding Nemo and many others are proof of. And as much as identificaion, appreciation and joy about the likeable characters are taking place, in real life, people hold little regard for the otherwise cherished species that come in drawn and animated flavours.  It's time to rethink and to question human nature and pay attention to the needs and desires of invidudals, whose cheery, loving and playful potential is by in large ignored and surpressed.This and many other videos are proof of how it can and should be. It is in the hands of us humans to change the lives of other creatures, while also being able to enjoy the joy of others not on illusionary terms, but in "real life".

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  • Odd couples: Crossspecies relationships

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    What stands out in the article below is the fact that “a lot of people find cross-species relationships surprising because they don’t appreciate the richness of the emotional lives of non-human animals, that non-human animals experience the same emotions we do.” Humans are a prime example of x-species relationships. We keep dogs, cats and other pets, while feeling very close to them and vice versa. At the same time we consume other animals of the same or similar capacities, as if it where the most normal thing to do.

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  • Friendship between man and crocodile

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  • Do Plants Think?

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    Scientist Daniel Chamovitz unveils the surprising world of plants that see, feel, smell — and remember

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  • Positive Human Impact - A truly remarkable New Way to relocate African Wildlife

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    This is a great example of positive human intervention and highlights that humans can and should continue to improve upon the flaws that exist today. We can solve problems if we put our mind to it.

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  • Lending Nature a hand

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    What would the quality of life for these individuals be if left to their own devices? Nature alone does nothing to aid those that aren't lucky enough to be born or remain healthy. At the same time, it is "human nature" to improve upon conditions and help those that can be helped.

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  • Human stem cells cure common form of deafness

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    This is just one of thousands of examples of human intervention in Nature. Does anyone have a problem with it? Most don't, because it helps those who have bad hearing. Not only that, it is also comforting to know that should one be afflicted with bad hearing some day in the future, there is a solution.

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