The Keystone XL was to transport Canadian tar sands to sell to other countries. It was for the benefit of a Canadian company and would have endangered American lands and water supplies. It was Never going to produce gasoline for US consumption.
No we don’t. What solution are you proposing? I will wait for your response. I recently bought a new vehicle that gets more than twice the mpg of my older vehicle. I went 3.5 weeks before having to fill my tank. You have no solution, so you whine. What good are you, seditionist
For the “life begins at fertilization crowd,” we keep Coturnix quail and Pheasants for their eggs. The only way you can tell if a bird egg is fertilized is to break it open. Obviously you can’t try to incubate and hatch it after that.1/
2/ not all fertilized eggs actually hatch and become living birds. Not all that hatch will live through the first several critical days. How TF can you determine the moment of fertilization in a human?
You can’t. Not all human eggs that are fertilized will become a human being. Many times, beyond the control of a woman, the egg never implants in the uterus. These laws that are being proposed/passed are ridiculous. 4/
The predominately white males proposing this legislation have NO CLUE how biology works! How in TF are they supposed to know when fertilization occurs when most women don’t know they are pregnant until they miss a period, which is technically 2 weeks after ovulation? Just how?
It does. We only keep them for their eggs. They are very docile birds and wonderful to interact with. A raccoon killed one of our pheasant hens a few weeks ago. We have quail and pheasant eggs in the incubator right now. We also have 1 pheasant chick that we hatched. So cute.