Chicken of the Sea for Fish Amnesty Day
If PETA’s erotic Vegetarian crusade saves the Sea Kittens than who will save the Farm Kittens?
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(1) On Sept 27, 1997, PETA created national Fish Amnesty Day to counteract National Hunting and Fishing Day in order to convert vegetarians who continued to eat seafood.
Apparently, PETA wants children to believe that fish feel pain like their pet cats and dogs. “The pain system in fish is virtually the same as in birds and mammals.” -Dr. Donald Broom, professor of animal welfare, Cambridge University
PETA’s anti-fishing web-site claims fish feel pain yet, scientific research proves most fish do not have nervous receptors (nociceptors) for sensing and reporting pain to the central nervous system and the brain. Some fish species have nociceptive neurones similar to those found in humans, yet there is no evidence for the psychological experience of pain in these fish according to Dr. James Rose, professor of zoology and physiology at the University of Wyoming.
Furthermore, PETA’s program of fear-mongering about dangerous mercury levels in fish is untrue according to a report by the Center of Consumer Freedom. Minute traces of mercury in fish is inconsequential to human health and the health benefits of fish continue to outweigh any mercury paranoia being peddled by PETA. According to another study, “women who ate the most fish during their pregnancies had children with the highest IQs.” Reference source: Seafood Safety
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Posted on September 24, 2011, in Humor, Satire, Strange Science, Wordless Beaver Wednesday and tagged Chicken of the Sea, Fish Amnesty Day, Fish Amnesty Day September 24. 2011, Humor, PETA, Satire, Sea Kittens, Strange Science, Wordless Beaver Wednesday. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.