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On Saturday October 27th 2012, at 10 PM EST, 9 PM PST, 7 PM PST For reptiles that evolved on our planet the diversity of Turtles is remarkable. From the great Leatherback Sea Turtles to those that live in ponds around the world the Turtle has evolved for around 220 million years on our planet. The Under The Sea Radio Show is pleased to have scheduled a talk with Paleontologist, Artist Mr Ken McKeighen to have a discussion about the evolution of the popular family of turtles and w
Sullie Saves the Seas with author Goffinet McLaren
Goffinet McLaren grew up in the historic town of Carrickfergus, on the water`s edge of Northern Ireland. Surrounded by the sea, she was aware at a very early age of the importance of caring for the ocean and its inhabitants. As she grew, she developed a passion to make a difference to our planet.
After retiring to the coast of South Carolina, Goffinet realized that something dreadful was happening! Litter of all sorts, and particularly plastic products, carelessly left on the beach by thoughtless visitors, were being washed into the sea.
Concerned about the impact of this plastic in the ocean, she investigated what might be known about this problem, and encountered Capt. Charles Moore, the sea captain who had discovered the Great Pacific Garbage Patch some years before.
As she learned more about Capt. Moore’s research, her worst fears about plastic in the ocean were confirmed. As a result of plastic ingestion, millions of birds, seals, dolphins, turtles, and even whales, suffer heartbreaking deaths, a phenomenon that Goffinet refers to as “a holocaust of ocean life.” Haunted by what she had learned, she resolved to bring more awareness to the plight of marine life.
She often engages in conversation about litter problems with families visiting the beach, and she noticed that children became especially engrossed. One day as she watched some gulls pecking at a piece of plastic, it occurred to her that generations of seagulls must have witnessed the same changes that had taken place in the ocean since she herself was a little girl.
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When the Gulf Oil spill happened, the public was outraged. There was a worldwide outcry of concern for marine life and marine preservation as the Gulf Oil spill contaminated miles of pristine ocean and its surrounding areas. However, there is an even bigger problem affecting marine life. It is being done for the sake of fashion and exotic home décor. An estimated 70-90% of marine aquariums are collected illegally using poisonous cyanide. Other poisons such as bleach, formalin, and gasoline are also used. This not only reduces biodiversity but also removes key components of the reef ecosystem, including algae grazers, which help maintain ecosystem health. Coral reefs contain some of the largest diversity of life in the world. They are home to thousands of different plants and animals. For example, coral reefs in the Florida Keys sustain 500 species of fish, more than 1700 species of mollusks, five species of sea turtles, and hundreds of species of sponges. Did you know that fish feel pain, as do crustaceans and other invertebrates? Coral reefs are typically found at a depth less than 150 feet so that they are reachable by sunlight. Corals contain microscopic algae, called zooxanthellae, that provide the coral with food and give them their vibrant colors. On average, they grow about 1 mm to 4cm per year. In this segment of The Organic View Radio Show, host, June Stoyer will speak to Dr. Dan Thornhill, Coral Reef Marine Scientist from Defenders of Wild Life about this crisis. If you are not receiving our most recent interviews, please re-subscribe to our new Official RSS feed on iTunes, Youtube or you visit our podcast archives which can be found at www.theorganicview.com. Thank you! Stay tuned.
It's That's What He Said with Logan and Freddy!?! As the DDoS attacks end, Lou inexplicably disappears and Logan steps up to join Freddy in the studio. Mysterious events lead to Freddy running the show for a week! Will Freddy be able to handle the pressure? Can he take on the responsiblity? Will he not pay attention to himself? Join us to find out! We'll still goiing to bring you the latest in geek entertainment news, No Theme For Gandalf returns once again, and plenty more. Call 323-693-3811 to let Freddy know how he's doing.
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