AnotherSideOfTheDarkStoryOfCircusAnimals

July 28, 2008
—-Is it true that continuos exposure to a same tradegy makes us numb?
Is it true that only new ones are able to strike our nerves?—-
 
When it comes to sad stories about circus animals, cruelty of how they were ill-treated, starvation of strictly controlled feeding, poor living condition along with scaring punishment at times usually come to mind first. However, in most civilized societies, this situation is rarely seen in late 20th century.
 
All I want to say after exploring this subject through another perspective,is,I feel for them yet nothing can I think out of to help.
 
Among other forms of mistreatment,these chimps are usually pulled from their mothers at a young age adn never have the opportunity to be socialized as chimpanzees. When they become too large,strong,and unpredictable to be used by the entertainment industry, they are outcasts,and these social creatures almost always spend the remainder of their long lives in isolation.
 
Could they make escapes from the desperation of lonliness? Do they occassionally recall to those splendid days under the limelight,on the arena, receiving waves of applause? Are they dying to see their mama, trekking in search of their true home that would give a sense of belonging and security? How long can they stand the lives absolutely on their own? Do ,They ,Sigh?
 
I strongly insist that circus animals should be protected under wellfare scheme. After champanzees retire, either should they be sent to a champanzee colony or be given the right that they live without worrying about tomorrow under human caring.If the champanzees aren’t able to merge into the new collectives(the likes of depressing or being desolated), they must be arranged back to normal life…Or whatever…The principle is to guarantee that human take the responsibility to ensure their healthy lives leftover, so that we could at least compensate for them a little bit. It’s less of a pathetic request but a duty indeed.
 
I’ve been lining so much words here in hope of reducing the weight of conscience, relieving stress of knowing so much suffering in this globe.
 
Then you say
Come on. Don’t be that sentimental. Animals never reach that complexity of thoughts and emotions. All of above makes no sense!
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July 30, 2008 @ 17:58
还是用中文吧,虽然有些不搭调,哈哈。
曾看到报纸上说,给水听音乐,当水听见柔和的音乐时,水分子能组合成各种美丽的图案,但当听重金属之类的音乐时,水分子的排列也是杂乱无章的。更夸张的说法是,给水看字,和水说话,好字好话,水分子都很美丽,坏字坏话恰好相反。连水都有感觉,更何况是动物们呢?
有时候想想真不公平,那些一无是处的宠物狗什么都没干,都被人捧上天,吃睡得脑满肠肥,可是另外一些动物们辛辛苦苦讨人乐却没有任何好报。人真想主宰自然么,为所欲为,怎么都是暴君啊。
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July 31, 2008 @ 17:58
所说的问题不在于这里.我已在第二段最后一句说明大规模的非’人’道已经在20世纪末基本消失.
我认为他们把猩猩放回自然原本是出于让它回归自然的好心,然而在这样做的过程中忽视了一些实际因素.与其它已不能被社会化而残存于自然,还不如人类担当起剥夺它自然生长引起的后果的责任.这是基本问题.
我在写的时候是眼睛生病的晚上,生着病的人容易激动而过分描写了猩猩,容易给人误解成我非常痛恨那些人类.不是这样的呢
 
关于水分子的运动,尤其是给它们看字也有反应这种说法还是无比怀疑.对于声音可能还将信将疑~特别需要注意的是,这不是跟初中时见到的给某西红柿做的实验结果和描述都巨雷同的么…貌似只是把主语换了一下…ANYWAY还是挺有趣的呢
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July 31, 2008 @ 17:58
 

 这里好奇怪,评论先后顺序的显示是这样的。

其实有时候真满搞笑,水分子的说法我还是可以相信的。不过有些外国科学家实在荒谬,比如研究出来说绵羊是会微笑的哇,食物掉到地上5秒钟之内捡起来还是可以十分安全地吃入啊,真绝望。

你的眼睛怎么老坏哇,要注意了咯,多做做眼保健操什么的。

人道问题,昨天看电视,讲巴基斯坦妇女。哎,在巴基斯坦一度男人杀害女人还被做为一种荣誉呢。里面报道一个妇女被丈夫挖去双眼,割去耳鼻,只是因为“深爱她”的丈夫觉得她会去听别人的闲言碎语,背叛他什么的,爱她就应该光荣地去这么残忍地切断妻子与外界一切沟通渠道!投胎也很重要。。瞎掰了。这种非人道的举动,还有文化因素吧,也很无奈的。

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