Discussion in 'The Guru's Pub' started by DannyD, May 20, 2021.
I remember listening to some clever, or so called clever people on the radio on one of those clever shows.
In a nut shell they believed that humans emotionalise animals and that in actual fact animals don't have emotions.
Who are these people who get paid a lot of money to be dead heads.
To sum up the spider and scientist joke.
Scientist pulls off the spiders legs one by one and observes its movements and upon the 8th leg remove the scientist reports the spider has gone deaf.
Scientists are funded by governments and big business, don't trust them and never will.
We Love Animals - YouTube
Dying woman says final goodbye to her parrot: The bird’s instant reaction leaves me in tears:
Oh I luv animals way more than people always will.
All animals remember who took care of them.............
Did they even look at videos like these? It's obvious animals have emotions and feelings. And scientists are dumb azz's sometimes if they can't see it or add it up on paper it doesn't mean anything.
Can you tell I luv animals? LMAO
There's a common saying you can tell someone's character by the way they treat animals.❤️
I'm having a hard time with his age, 31? I got lucky with one of my boys he made it to 18 and I take really good care of my animals. I mean if it's real cool I've just never heard of a dog making it that long.
I love lions and can't stand hyena's, so I love to see them getting owned!
How do you know they don't, just because they've never spoken to you?
In fact, animals can experience emotions. However, accurately understanding complex emotional states in different animal species can be challenging due to their differences in behavior and neurology. I was just recently reading "animal farm", used https://edubirdie.com/examples/animal-farm/ for that. Numerous observations and experiments indicate that many animals can display emotions such as joy, fear, aggression, illness, and social interactions. Examples include the joy of pets showing happy behavior at the sight of their owners, or animals expressing fear or stress when threatened. Some species also display social empathy and concern for other members of their species.