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THEI Selected Short Subject: Mmmmm, roadkill! Montana issues permits to eat roadkill.(Video Report)

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Featured Image: Australia animal warning sign. CREDIT: Hossen27 at English Wikipedia SOURCE: Wikipedia Commons (Public Domain)

From youtube uploaded by RT America

Published on Oct 10, 2013

Ever wondered what to do after killing with a deer in your car? . . . From Description published with video.

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Marijuana users don’t eat more than non-users, according to study

From Toke of the Town

By William Breathes in News

Thursday, April 4, 2013 at 9:20 am
While marijuana might give you the munchies, that doesn’t mean that you ganja tokers are eating more than your non-toking friends. . . . Read Complete Report

Countries That Eat Bugs

Photo: Fried Insects -Cambodia. CREDIT Steve Baragona SOURCE Wikimedia Commons. [more photos]

from US News Travel

by Miriam B. Weiner

Slimy, scary, “the size of a Buick,” — we use a lot of terms to describe bugs, but “yummy” isn’t usually one of them. We associate insect ingestion with reality television shows like Fear Factor, which week-after-week portrays contestants wolfing down everything from live cockroaches to plump caterpillars. But before you add “eating bugs” to the list of things you’ll never ever do, consider this: Insects are actually far more nutritious than other common forms of protein, even fish. For example, 100 grams of top sirloin beef contains about 29 grams of protein in addition to a whopping 21 grams of fat, while 100 grams of grasshopper contains 20 grams of protein and a measly six grams of fat. Big difference! Many scientists believe that entomophagy — insect eating — will not only benefit our health, but also the planet. . . . Read Complete Report

 Mexico cropped bugs. CREDIT Andy Sadler /Source Wikimedia Commons [more photos]

Aliens Don’t Want To Eat Us, Says Former SETI Director

from Universe Today

by Jason Major on May 24, 2012

Alien life probably isn’t interested in having us for dinner, enslaving us or laying eggs in our bellies, according to a recent statement by former SETI director Jill Tarter.

(Of course, Hollywood would rather have us think otherwise.)


In a press release announcing the Institute’s science and sci-fi SETIcon event, taking place June 22 – 24 in Santa Clara, CA, Tarter — who was the inspiration for Jodie Foster’s character in the film “Contact” — disagreed with both filmmakers and Stephen Hawking over the portrayal of extraterrestrials as monsters hungry for human flesh. . . . Read Complete Report