Tuesday, March 31, 2015

EAT MORE SHARK PLEASE... Guillaume Sorrieu's bouillabaisse, from L'Épuisette, in Marseille, is the best of the best, but where does that leave the home cook with no access to fresh radioactive seafood from the.Pacific ...AND YOU WANT HOW MANY CURIES IN THE SAUCE OR IN THE SOUP C'EST LA MÊME BOUILLABAISSE WITH C-14 SHARKS ARE TOP PREDATORS THEY HAVE BIOACCUMULATION ISSUES AND RADIOACTIVE ONES TOO...Apex predators such as swordfish, sharks, osprey, ... Bioaccumulation and Biomagnification POPs and MeO-PBDEs were analyzed in various elasmobranch species from the southeastern US. • Lowest levels of POPs were found in Atlantic stingrays. • Highest levels of POPs were found in bull sharks. • Results suggest bioaccumulation and biomagnification with trophic position. • MeO-PBDEs were detected in all shark species, but not in Atlantic stingrays BUT NOT RADIOACTIVE C-14 IS MOSTLY C-12.....ALL YEAR AROUND

Organohalogenated compounds are widespread in the marine environment and can be a serious threat to organisms in all levels of aquatic food webs, including elasmobranch species. Information about the concentrations of POPs (persistent organic pollutants) and of MeO-PBDEs (methoxylated polybrominated diphenyl ethers) in elasmobranchs is scarce and potential toxic effects are poorly understood. The aims of the present study were therefore to investigate the occurrence of multiple POP classes (PCBs, PBDEs, DDXs, HCB, CHLs) and of MeO-PBDEs in various elasmobranch species from different trophic levels in estuarine and marine waters of the southeastern United States. Overall, levels and patterns of PCBs, PBDEs, DDXs, HCB, CHLs and of MeO-PBDEs varied according to the species, maturity stage, gender and habitat type. The lowest levels of POPs were found in Atlantic stingrays and the highest levels were found in bull sharks. As both species are respectively near the bottom and at top of the trophic web, with juvenile bull sharks frequently feeding on Atlantic stingrays, these findings further suggest a bioaccumulation and biomagnification process with trophic position. MeO-PBDEs were not detected in Atlantic stingrays, but were found in all shark species. HCB was not found in Atlantic stingrays, bonnetheads or lemon sharks, but was detected in the majority of bull sharks examined. Comparison with previous studies suggests that Atlantic stingrays may be experiencing toxic effects of PCBs and DDXs on their immune system. However, the effect of these compounds on the health of shark species remains unclear.    dinsdag, 31 Maart 2015

SHARKS DON'T HAVE CANCER A BOOK FROM THE NINETIES OR SOME ....THEY DO THEY DO IT TAKES TIME AND EXTRAS In 2013 the First Great White Shark ever was discovered with a Cancerous Tumor, a species which Humans have been studying for ever and ever and never just all of a sudden pops up with a Cancer tumor two years after the Nuclear disaster in Japan.

But let us not forget the list of other extreme cases of environmental shock caused by the radiation exposure.
noticed a large tumor protruding from the mouth of a great white shark, as well as another mass on the head of a bronze whaler shark. The great white's tumor measured 1 foot (30 centimeters) long and 1 foot wide, according to a study describing the tumors published online in November in the Journal of Fish Diseases.

"This was a very unusual sight as we have never before seen a [great] white shark with tumors," said Rachel Robbins, a study co-author and shark biologist at the Fox Shark Research Foundation, near Adelaide, in southern Australia.

 


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Friday, March 20, 2015

THE STRAIN-LIKE ORGANISMS ARE STRANGE AND THE LARGE MAJORITY OF THIS HAVE REMAINED IN SOFT BOTTOMS WITH VARYING DEGREES OF TISSUE FUSION (MANTLE AND PROTOLIMBS FUSION) AND IMPORTANT ADAPTATIONS FOR SUCKING BLOOD OR OTHER FLUIDS THAT ARE NAMED SIPHONS...THIS ORGANISMS LIVE IN SOFT AND IN HARD SUBSTRATES THEY ARE VERY PLASTIC THEY ADAPT EASELY THEY ARE THE RESULT OF A GREAT NUMBER OF DIFFERENT INVASIONS AND FOOD FIGHTS.....ANCHORAGE BY BYSSAL THREADS OR BY CEMENTATION TO THE SUBSTRATUM...REDUCTION OF LOSS OF THE FOOT OR OTHER LIMBS IS A NICE ADAPTATION IN A BLOODSUCKER THAT PREYS FOR AMBUSH LIKE GEORGES BUSH ABILITY TO DRILL INTO HARD SUBSTRATES ROCKS SHELLS CORAL AND WOOD IS A NATURAL EVOLUTION FOR MANY MANY GROUPS OF ORGANISMS... BURROWERS IN SOFT AND HARD BOTTOMS ARE GOOD SURVIVORS ... FOOD TRAPPED IN THE BOTTOM IN FINE PARTICLES IN THE DEEP SEA ...FORMATION OF THE GREAT FOOD GROOVES AND FUTURE OIL FIELDS ..ORGANISMS THAT FEED IN THAT BONANZA HAVE AN EXPLOSIVE EVOLUTION SOME SEVERAL MILLIONS OF YEARS AGO ...THE EVOLUTION OF FILTER FEEDERS IN THE BOTTOM OF THE GREEK OKEANOS LED TO THE EXPLOSION OF LAMELLIBRANCHS AND ISLAMIC STATE-LIKE ORGANISMS FOR THEY WERE NO LONGER CHAINED TO SCARCE FOOD SOURCES

THE MORE PRIMITIVE OF THIS NEW WAVE

OF FILTER FEEDERS 

ARE THE FILIBRANCHS 

THE MORE PRIMITIVE 

LAMELLIBRANCH CONDITION WITH

LITTLE MORPHOLOGICAL CONNECTION 

BETWEEN THE FOLDED GILL FILAMENTS 

IN THE SPECIALIZED CONDITION

THE FILAMENTS ARE FUSED TOGETHER

BY A VARIETY OF TISSUES 

AND TISSUE JUNCTIONS 

LIKE IN THE STRAIN  ....

EULAMELLIBRANCHS ARE STRAIN-LIKE 

ORGANISMS AND THE CHANNEL FOR 

BLOOD ...LEAVING THE FUSED GILL

RUNS ADJACENT TO THE TIPS OF THE 

ASCENDING LIMBS 

SCALLOPS DO NOT BURROW 

THEY ARE CAPABLE OF ESCAPING BY

SWIMMING LIKE MING IN MONGO....

CORRELATED WITH THE VAMPIRISTIC 

LIKE ORGANISMS OF THE STRAIN 

WITH THEIR RELATIVELY SLUGGISH 

HABITS AND THEIR LARGE SOURCE

OF OXYGENATED BLOOD

THEY SHOULD LACK RESPIRATORY 

PIGMENTS OF THEIR OWN

LIKE BIVALVES THAT HAVE A LARGE GILL

SURFACE .....


Thursday, February 26, 2015

Fossil record has shown that the genus Carcharias and probably species C. taurus Rafinesque, 1810 occupied the western coast of South America during the Miocene and part of the Pliocene. The genus is absent in the area today. It is suggested that its local extinction was the consequence of a drop of global temperatures during the middle Pliocene and Pleistocene and the coeval lowering of sea level that shrinked the area of distribution to the northern areas and provoked the disappearance of suitable environments when the shelf area became extremely reduced. After approximately 3 Ma it would have not been possible for the species to migrate from the north to the region due to the establishment of the Panamanian isthmusBIG SHARKS THAT SWIM BETWEEN THE SOUTH-AMERICAN -AFRICAN RIFT 110 TO 100 MILLION YEARS AGO OR BEFORE THE MESSIAH GROW IN NUMBERS BY ADAPTATIVE RADIATION BEFORE THE BIG METEOR CRUNCH AND SOMEHOW SOMEHERE SURVIVE TILL NOW

OLIGOCENE DROUGHT 

OBIK SEA GO BUST ....

MIOCENE ...CRUSH BETWEEN EUROPE 

AND AFRICA  17 MEGAYEARS AGO

MEDITERRANEAN OR PARATETHYS 

SHARK   EXTINCTION

NOTHING NEW ....IT HAPPENS
Neoselachians sharks are included in the class
Chondrichthyes, a very ancient clade which perhaps
ranges from the Ordovician but certainly from the
Devonian. Sharks, very important fishes in the economy of the sea today, include the most ancient
vertebrate recent genera. A family of relatively large
sharks, Odontaspididae, is known since the Aptian
(early Cretaceous;
Carcharias
striatula

Today it includes the
genera
Odontaspis
Agassiz, 1838 and
Carcharias.
Genus
Carcharias
is monospecific today but it had
several fossil species (Cappetta, 1987). Recent
species
C. taurus
(Rafinesque, 1810) is wide-ranging
in warm-temperate and tropical coastal waters of the
Atlantic Ocean, Mediterranean Sea, and Indo-West
Pacific Ocean but is absent from the Central Pacific and
eastern Pacific oceans However, the fossil record has
shown that the distribution of the genus
Carcharias
and possibly the species
C. taurus
occupied the
western coast of South America during the Miocene
and at least part of the Pliocene. The World Conservation Union considers
C. taurus
as a vulnerable
species today, with its populations seriously depleted
(Compagno, 2001). It is critically endangered in New
South Wales, Australia, after large numbers were
killed in sports and commercial fisheries and by divers
described several cases of extirpation of fishes in the
Atlantic Ocean.  the occurrence of genus
Carcharias in the eastern Pacific is reviewed and a
hypothesis for explaining its local extinction is
proposed

Wednesday, October 15, 2014

THE STATISTICS OF DEATH - FROM THE BLACK DEATH TO THE EARTHSHARK PANDEMIC OF DECEMBER 2013 - ?? 2015 A CAREFUL EXAMINATION OF THE TAPES OF DOUBT INDICATE HE DIDN'T KNOW HOW MANY TEN'S OF THOUSAND'S GOING TO DIE TIL THE SANTA CLAUS COMES TO AFRICA .....THE LAST PLAGUE BEFORE THE NEXT....DUPLICATION TIME ??? 21 DAYS AT LEAST ....NUMBER OF CONTAMINETED PEOPLE IN AVERAGE FOR EACH CARRIER ...LOW ...LESS THAN THREE? HOW MANY VIRUS CAN A MAN BEAR BEFORE IS CALLED A CORPSE ?PORQUE À DÚZIA É MAIS BARATA...10 octubre de 2014 12:22 Bermejo M, Rodriguez-Teijeiro JD, Illera G, Barroso A, Vilà C, Walsh PD. Ebola outbreak killed 5000 gorillas. Science. 2006 FIVE THOUSAND GORILLAS REALLY? A NICE PANDEMIC POTENTIAL 5 THOUSAND GORILLAS LIVE IN LARGE LARGE AREAS...GORILLAS DRIVE CARS?

Crush humanity out of shape once more, under similar hammers, and it will twist itself into the same tortured forms. Sow the same seeds of rapacious licence and oppression over again, and it will surely yield the same fruit according to its kind.

 

How many roads must a VIRUS walk down
Before you call him a PANDEMIC?
Yes, 'n' how many seas must a BLACK BAT sail
Before she sleeps in the sand?

Yes, 'n' how many times can a man turn his head,
Pretending he just doesn't see?
The answer, my friend, is blowin' in the wind,
The answer is blowin' in the wind.

How many times must a man look up
Before he can see the sky?
Yes, 'n' how many ears must one man have
Before he can hear people cry?
Yes, 'n' how many deaths will it take till he knows
That too many people have died?
The answer, my friend, is blowin' in the wind,
The answer is blowin' in the wind.


Bats from Hell host many viruses that are highly pathogenic in other mammals like Soares the mighty Undead It has been hypothesised that flight activities of vampires maintain a high body temperatureand metabolic rate, which may mimic the effect of a febrile immune response in limiting virulence of a virus that may otherwise be highly pathogenic KILL ALL THE BATS FROM HELL E FICAMOS FINOS EXCEPTO O COSTA E O SOARES QUÉ MAIS PRÓ GROSSO...DIE GROSS....SÃO DUAS MOBY DICK'S QUE DERAM À COSTA Peaks in mortality due to EVD in chimpanzees, gorillas and duikers (a type of antelope) were observed to coincide with some of the previous human EVD outbreaks [29]. EVD outbreaks in non-human primates have mostly been reported to occur at the end of rainy seasons [10,30,31]: however, it has been unclear whether this was due to earlier humid conditions or current dry conditionsFurthermore, increased social mixing during wet seasons may also facilitate transmission of ebolaviruses among chimpanzees Similarly, human-to-human and humanto- animal contact patterns may have a seasonal effect on the risk of an EVD outbreak in humans. While natural hosts such as bats can serve as a common source of cross-species transmission for humans and other primates, non-human primates can act as intermediate hosts in zoonotic events that result in human infections. Therefore, the time frame of the spillover effect of environmental exposure in the natural hosts may depend on the transmission chain of the zoonotic events and how these events are associated with climate. Environmental exposure may also have transient, immediate effects on the susceptibility to and severity of ebolavirus infection among natural hosts, intermediate hosts and humans. Previous experimental studies have found human exposure to low temperature may trigger changes in the immune response [33-36]. If these effects are conserved between these hosts, periods of suitable climatic conditions may provide windows of opportunity for cross-species transmission to occur. Serosurveillance studies in human populations in Africa have revealed a much higher prevalence of ebolavirus antibodies than the attack rate reported in previous EVD outbreaks [37,38]. This may suggest that exposure of humans to ebolaviruses ARE HIGH E PRONTO JÁ NÃ MORREMOS TODOS HOJE

október 10., péntek


THE BOOK OF ALL PLAGUES .....EBOLA: How to Prepare for an Ebola Outbreak by REBOLA VIRUS One of the most DEADLY ....BUT NOT virulent of all diseases affecting humans, Ebola Virus Disease, is caused by a VIRUS THAT ARE NOT A ORGANISM OR microorganism BECAUSE VIRUS DON'T HAVE METABOLISM OR SEX LIFE ..THEY DON'T HAVE ASSEXUAL LIFE TOO THEY ARE ONLY INFORMATION IN CHEMICAL FORM .....first discovered in 1976. Since then, more than 20 Ebola outbreaks have occurred across the globe. The Ebola outbreak in West Africa is the worst one to date.,,,SOME SAY THAT THE 1905 MORTALITY IS DUE TO EUROPEANS alone 5 MILLION DEAD BODIES ...BY MERCENARY ...FORCES VON LEOPOLD III VON BELGIUM NOW YOU JUST CAN BLAME ÉBOLA THE FUTREBOLISTIC HOLISTIC VIRUS Thus far, 3,069 8 OR 20 THOUSAND individuals have been infected, and of those, there have been 1,552 fatalities.....OR 10 THOUSAND WHO KNOW'S ...DOCTOR WHO? Health officials say that this staggering number is expected to rise significantly before the outbreak is over. From EBOLA: How to Prepare for an Ebola Outbreak, you will learn about the current outbreak of this deadly virus and its symptoms, replication, history, treatment and how it is spread. This book discusses what you can do to protect yourself and your family should an outbreak occur near you CLOSE THE DOOR AND DON'T GO OUT Whether you are concerned about the Ebola outbreak or are planning to travel to Africa, this book will provide you with up-to-date information and insightful suggestions about this killer virus. argues that the EBOLA IS NOT AIDS VIRUS OR HIV OR THE Spanish flu pandemic of 1918

a clear connection between EVD and contact with the natural reservoir or infected intermediate hosts including bats, chimpanzees and other primates [1,7]. The European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control rapid risk assessment concluded direct contact with contaminated secretions, blood, organs and other bodily fluids of living or dead infected persons or animals or with objects heavily contaminated with such fluids have a high potential to lead to transmission EVD has also arisen as a result of importation of infected animals and laboratory contamination  but was not followed by sustained human-to-human transmission. Seasonal and cyclical patterns of ebolavirus infections have been observed, suggesting seasonal changes in factors such as climate maybe useful predictors of EVD outbreaks Examination of these factors may also provide some insight into why EVD had been limited to central parts of Africa in the past and why it has started to appear in West Africa. The objective of this study was to investigate the association between climatic conditions and EVD outbreaks in Africa that occurred between 1976 and 2014, and to discuss potential mechanisms to which climate may have an influence on ebolavirus infection in the natural host,
intermediate hosts and humans.