Fulfillment of nutritional and nutrition for the body of food consumed is very important to note. It is not the other so that the stability of body health can be maintained with good health is where the supporting factors to create and run a better life. Between the number and kinds of foods and nutritious food in the low calorie food included in its part as one type of food that is able to create and sustain the health of one’s body.
For Sea World Feb. 24, 2010 will be a horrifying day no one at the theme park will soon forget. One of their veteran trainers, Dawn Brancheau was killed by one of the Orcas she worked with and loved.
When something like this happens everyone wants answers but not many will follow. The public has many opinions but who is correct? People want to see footage of what happened but many do not understand why someone would want to watch another humans life come to an end in such a tragic way. When things like this happen it is not uncommon for it to turn into a high public debate where many voice their opinion. Blogs, video blogs, articles, and public opinion pages on Squidoo and other sites are one of many places you will find pages of opinions.
Animal rights groups are calling for the release of this whale. Others want Tilikum put down like you would any other animal that kills someone. Some will defend the animal saying it did what is natural for that type of animal or that it was a accident. But who has the correct view and opinion on this matter?
There is one thing for sure, everyone thinks that their opinion is what is right. But decisions will not be made on public opinion or even their outcries. Sea World has been a leader worldwide at caring and rescuing sick and injured wildlife. Their opinions and decisions will outweigh anyone else’s because they are considered the experts.
Part of why Sea World is a leader in helping wildlife is because of the interaction they have daily with the animals they have at the parks. They are learning more everyday about these beautiful whales which gives them the ability to know better how to help sea life when it is needed. The theme park was founded on the emphasis of education and interaction. The public in general loves to be able to watch and interact that closely with animals normally unseen by many. Just like Dawn Brancheau what 9 year old child does not leave Sea World with dreams of one day being a trainer at Sea World. In your opinion Sea World may not make the best decision, but it is not up to you or me. This decision is left up to Sea World and we have to trust that they will make the right decision based on what they know.
Source by Shawn J Gourley
Like many art forms, taxidermy’s roots go way back in human history, to times when methods were primitive and results were spotty. In recent years, taxidermy has become so strongly supported by advances in technique and technology that it’s difficult to compare it to past forms of the art.
In some form, taxidermy has been around at least since the days of ancient Egypt; household pets and animals considered to be sacred were mummified much like humans in the ruling class were preserved. In the extreme short term, that kind of preservation was not unlike taxidermy, although it was not generally intended for public display or long-term preservation as modern taxidermy is.
The more modern form of taxidermy, the art of preserving and arranging an animal’s skin on a form intended to preserve what it looked like in life, was first mentioned during the Middle Ages. De arte venandi cum avibus, a treatise on falconry written in the 1240s by Holy Roman Emperor Friedrich II of Hohenstaufen, speaks of bird preservation. Forms of hunting decoys, first known to be used in the early 1300s, were made from literally stuffed bird skins –not as precise or accurate as modern avian taxidermy, to be sure, but it certainly required reasonably effective skin preservation techniques. Naturalist Pierre Belon wrote the earliest known scientific explanation and instructions for taxidermic procedures in 1555, and further instructions were offered in 1622 by Giovanni Olina and in the late 1620s by JC Aitinger. While no specimens from those early days of taxidermy survive, pieces from the collection of Sir Hans Sloane (1660-1753), a physician, naturalist and collector, formed the basis of the British Museum and can still be observed to this day. Taxidermy has also preserved some intact bird specimens collected on the voyages of Captain James Cook, and Meriwether Lewis studied taxidermy in the months before the outset of the Lewis and Clark Expedition in order to return preserved specimens to the United States.
During the Victorian Era, taxidermy reached what may have been its greatest level of popularity, as travelers to distant lands sought to preserve mementos of their visits, and as museums around the world undertook to display specimens for study. Using taxidermy as a factor in interior design also came into fashion during this time. Several taxidermists branched into bizarre niche markets such as anthropomorphic taxidermy, in which the subjects were posed as if partaking in human activities. Walter Potter’s “Kittens’ Tea & Croquet Party,” in which thirty-seven ginger kittens were shown enjoying tea and mouse tarts at a garden party, is one of the more famous –or infamous!– examples of this alternative style of taxidermy.
As the 20th century dawned, Carl E. Akeley, William T. Horneday, Coloman Jonas and Leon Pray ushered in the modern era of taxidermy. Seeking to use taxidermy to fulfill its original intent –to portray animals as they were when they were alive– these men and other pioneering artists developed accurate and detailed forms arranged in realistic but aesthetically pleasing poses. Their new mounting techniques enabled taxidermists to pose animals not in general, vaguely inaccurate poses but in proper, lifelike poses specific to that particular animal.
Building on the foundation set by centuries of artists before them, today’s taxidermists use current technology to ensure that majestic animals of all types can be enjoyed well into the future.
Source by Shawn Dawson
What is the iMMACC?
Learning online marketing is perhaps one of the most crucial aspects of having a successful business and building a well-known brand, but figuring out how to really do it can sometimes present a challenge. Addressing this need, a team of entrepreneurs, headed by well-known internet mogul, Gerald Van Yerxa, created the Internet Marketing Mentoring and Coaching center. But what is it exactly and can it really help you to promote your existing business online? Read on to learn more about the iMMACC.
What is the Internet Marketing Mentoring and Coaching Center:
According to Gerald Van Yerxa, the iMMACC was created to provide business owners with the knowledge and tools to learn how to market more effectively online. According to their website, they are arguably the world’s largest online marketing and mentoring school available and teach the most effective and current marketing techniques to enable business owners to market and promote their services and products and stay ahead of the competition and at the front of the search engines.
What Tactics does iMMACC Teach?
The Internet Marketing Mentoring and Coaching Center provides ongoing live training and support as well as an enormous back office library of training seminars. They teach over 51 different on and offline marketing tactics including:
Social Media Marketing through such sites as Facebook and Twitter
Back-Linking/Anchor-Texting and more
and Most importantly, Keyword Research (how to select the best keywords and use them in the most strategic way to ensure your online marketing campaigns will stay at the top of google.)
Additionally, the Internet Marketing Mentoring and Coaching Center focuses on instructing business owners in the exact specifics of keyword research and other critical search engine optimization techniques to ensure that these online marketing campaigns will not only be effective but really put the respective business where they want to be; which is in front of their target audience and clients.
The stand apart feature with the iMMACC as well is that the training is on-going and at multiple times throughout the week as opposed to other online marketing programs that last only a few months and provide limited support, access and resources.
The Internet Marketing Mentoring and Coaching Center Compensation and Referral Program:
The iMMACC has a compensation plan that allows people who are participating in the mentoring and marketing program to refer people to also enroll in the program and receive $1,000 USD for each person who also comes in. So for someone who doesn’t already have a product or service to market, this may open the door for either a second stream of income or an entirely separate program to promote and market as well.
So as you can see, the Internet Marketing Mentoring and Coaching Center provides a unique opportunity to learn how to really blow away the competition online and make huge strides in your internet marketing strategies. If you really want to stand out online and create massive success for your business, then the iMMACC may truly be a program to look at.
Source by Shawn Stoik