>You should definitely be grossed out. Road kill and deceased pets will
>be "recycled" by Mother Nature without being ground up and fed back to
>our pets directly. One major theory on Mad Cow Disease mentions the
>of processing unuseable cattle by products from slaughterhouses into
>for cattle as contributing to the spread of the disease in Europe. We
>all protest these practices any time we see them in use.
Yes. We should not buy such products either. Big biz has nothing but
contempt for consumers and they don't deserve our patronage. Nor
especially do we deserve the consequences from using their junk, their
poisons, their booby traps. Ann Martin mentioned the Mad Cow Disease in
her interview on Art Bell's show. I think she said it should be called
Mad Cannibal Disease because animals are made to devour in their feed
others of their own species. I think she said feline leukemia virus and
other diseases seem to be the same as Mad Cow Disease. This is relevant
to organic growers and the like who raise animals and to those who use
cosmetics. We have to learn what the things we use are made of. Info on
Ann Martin's book is under guests on Art Bell's website, artbell.com.
Another similar website is lauralee.com. Laura Lee has even better
guests than Art does, but she's harder to find on the radio. However,
she has an excellent Radio Bookstore in which she makes books and tapes
available from her guests. Many of her guests discuss health and
alternative agriculture, as well as other unconventional topics. Despite
Art's and Laura's re-incarnationist junk, they have a lot of worthwhile
info [I don't mean to offend anyone, but re-incarnation annoys me].
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