INNER APE SELF
WIKI QUOTE: The great apes are the members of the biological family Hominidae which includes humans, chimpanzees, gorillas, and orangutans. UNQUOTE
SUPPORT THE GREAT APE PROTECTION ACT its easy http://pcrm.org/resch/gapa/
And see my return letter from US Rep in Congreff Dina Titus (further down this page)
2nd Paragraph WIKI QUOTE: Most species (of Great Apes) are omnivorous, but fruit is the preferred food among all but humans. Chimpanzees and orangutans primarily eat fruit. When gorillas run short of fruit at certain times of the year or in certain regions, they resort to eating shoots and leaves, often of bamboo, a type of grass. Gorillas have extreme adaptations for chewing and digesting such low-quality forage, but they still prefer fruit when it is available, often going miles out of their way to find especially preferred fruits. In contrast, humans consume a large proportion of highly processed, low fiber foods, unusual proportions of grains and vertebrate flesh, as well as a wide variety of other foodstuffs. UNQUOTE
(I myself am a Health Food Expert, a strict vegetarian vegan, and do not consume "vertebrate flesh" (quote above)).
CONCLUSIONS: Top health experts authors (such as Gary Null) say the greatest things about Juices (vegetable and fruit). So I have been drinking lots of Juices (Strawberry Banana, Berry, Cherry, Orange Mango Motion, etc), for good Health, and in order to get into my INNER APE SELF.
I have since, discontinued those delicious juices because they are not organic, they contain pesticides, so I am now consuming more Organic Fruit (and feeling better).
WIKI QUOTE: The aquatic ape hypothesis (AAH), sometimes referred to as the aquatic ape theory, asserts that wading, swimming and diving for food exerted a strong evolutionary effect on the ancestors of the genus Homo which is in part responsible for the split between the common ancestors of humans and other great apes. The AAH attempts to explain the large number of physical differences between humans and other apes in terms of the environment, methods of feeding and types of food of early hominids living in coastal and river regions UNQUOTE
ARCHURE's COMMENTs: Carl Sagan's "Dragons of Eden: The Speculations of the Evolution of Human Intelligence" points out that, while in the womb, a human goes thru an evolutionary stage which looks like a reptile, with a tail (while in motherís womb), and even after being born, that Children have nightmares of Monsters, which are actually (according to Carl Sagan) genetic memories of dinosaurs, now extinct, but whom our ancestors encountered.
In relation to this, I used to swim quite a bit as a kid, my mom would take me to the beach, and I would stay in the water all afternoon, not wanting to ever come out, it just seems so nice in the water, and this is related to our genetic memory carried down from our ancestors.
I think, that we, as humanity, should help Great Apes survive. Mankind has taken over nearly every inch of land, where can a Gorilla go? Whatís a Chimp to do? I think we should create and maintain large Fruit and Vegetable Farms for the other Great Apes near their natural habitats, so that they could come and go, eat well, and continue without extinction, in the wild, in peace with mankind.
SUPPORT THE GREAT APE PROTECION ACT its easy http://pcrm.org/resch/gapa/
I filled out the form, took around 2 minutes, and the next day I got a nice letter back from our Nevada US Rep in Congreff Dina Titus (whom I voted for, because of her university professorship background (an intelligent, educated woman)).
Dear Mr. Holley (aka Archure),
Thank you for contacting me about your support for H.R. 1326,
the Great Ape Protection Act of 2009.
As you may know, H.R. 1326 was introduced in Congress by
Rep. Edolphus Towns on March 5, 2009. I am proud to be a cosponsor
of this important legislation, which prohibits invasive research
on great apes.
I believe that we must work to protect animals while continuing
to advance scientific research. Although animal research
has enabled the discovery of life-saving antibiotics,
vaccines, surgeries, and treatments for cancer, we must work
to find alternatives to animal testing whenever possible.
I will work with my colleagues to understand how we can
achieve a better balance between the needs of scientific progress
and animal welfare.
Thank you again for taking the time to get involved.
Please do not hesitate to contact me again in the future.
Member of Congress
Great Ape Survival Project