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Today is Monday, November 21

Another Gullible Whining Myth shot to hell.
The supposedly vanished caribou are doing just fine at their
alternate calfing grounds, just like the natives have been 
saying all along. 

The clueless fear mongers and grant recipients apparently 
don't understand that a lot of things in Mother Nature operate 
with a lag. Caribou keep going back to their cafing grounds 
for a number of years, but because in the high North their 
droppings don't compost very quickly, the ground gets a bit 
over saturated with organic fertilizer, and gets rater smelly.

So they go to a different area for calfing. No big deal,
when that one gets too crappy in 30 years or so, they may
come back to a previous one, or find some brand new one. 
The Arctic is plenty big enough.

By the way, Caribou don't mind oil exploration at all. 
They themselves are oil experts too and seek oil puddles
to roll in for bug protection. They have been doing that 
for thousands of years.

Have FUN!
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2011 STOL competition Best total takeoff and landing distance was a mere 78 feet. Thatís 43 feet for the takeoff and 35 feet for the landing.





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