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an enigma wrapped in a riddle shrouded in the mystery of its mental revolution to spread love.​
an enigma wrapped in a riddle shrouded in the mystery of its mental revolution to spread love.​

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HUMΛN ΛCOUSTICS™ (@HUMANACOUSTICS) | www.twitter.com/HUMANACOUSTICS | www.HUMANACOUSTICS.tumblr.com

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[negativity] in thought is subtle & deceptive. it wears a myriad of faces; & hides behind a multitude of masks with accompanying apparel. strip it away. discover the real, root emotion(s) | HUMΛN

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[if] you think you'd enjoy a bit of sonic nostalgia today, play this from our label. give it a go you just may surprise yourself #tbt | #tbthursday | #tbtmusic | #throwbackthuraday | #throwbackthursdaylinkup | #throwbackthursdays | HUMΛN™

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[if] you think you'd enjoy a bit of sonic nostalgia today, play this from our label. give it a go you just may surprise yourself #tbt | #tbthursday | #tbtmusic | #throwbackthuraday | #throwbackthursdaylinkup | #throwbackthursdays | HUMΛN™

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[if] you think you'd enjoy a bit of sonic nostalgia today, play this from our label. give it a go you just may surprise yourself #tbt | #tbthursday | #tbtmusic | #throwbackthuraday | #throwbackthursdaylinkup | #throwbackthursdays | HUMΛN™

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[if] you think you'd enjoy a bit of sonic nostalgia today, play this from our label. give it a go you just may surprise yourself #tbt | #tbthursday | #tbtmusic | #throwbackthuraday | #throwbackthursdaylinkup | #throwbackthursdays | HUMΛN™

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[what] are dolphins? dolphins are air breathing, warm-blooded marine mammals belonging to the order cetacea (from the greek word, 'ketos,' meaning large sea creature).

they are highly intelligent, live in complex social structures & are part of the family of toothed whales, also including 'killer' whales (orca) & pilot whales. dolphins are at the top of the food chain & thus are highly interconnected to the health/survival of the entire marine ecosystem.

there are more than 40 different species of dolphins, bottlenose being the most commonly well-known. they live in groups called pods, individually boasting more than 1000′s of members. their playful antics & smiling faces make them very popular in human culture.

❝ for more about dolphins, inspiration & life please visit : www.dolphinproject.net | www.twitter.com/HUMAN520 &/or www.instagram.com/HUMAN520

dolphins are sentient, which means the are self-aware. for example, you know how you can look into a mirror, see yourself & recognize the person staring back at you as a reflection of yourself? well, dolphins can recognize themselves in a mirror as well in identical fashion.

how do dolphins communicate? dolphins use a complex system of echolocation (sound radar) to navigate their surroundings as hunt for prey. this is achieved by bouncing high-pitched sounds off objects while listening with pinpointed accuracy for the returning echoes. this is an extremely sophisticated phenomenon & has been mimicked by military forces around the world; dolphins do this naturally.

dolphins communicate via the use of several sounds, including clicks, whistles & squeaks. each family (pod) has a distinct pattern of sounds & clicks (language) only recognized by members of the specific family of belonging. studies have also shown that individual dolphins have a unique 'signature whistle' which they often use when communicating with others. it is also believed that dolphins will respond to the sound of it’s own signature whistle, much in the way we would respond when hearing our own name.

a dolphins diet consists of fish, squid & crustaceans. dolphins give birth to live young & will nurse their calves from anywhere from 11 months to 2 years of age. members of the family (pod) will often remain together for life. the life expectancy can be up to 70 years or more (note: in the wild).

several species of dolphins travel upward of 100 miles a day in the open ocean. many species are deep divers as some only spend about 20% of their time on the surface.

the facts given above are to illustrate the level of sophistication & intelligence these animals have; in addition, the need for the open ocean they must possess in order to survive & thrive as opposed to the prisons of being held as captive performers, slaves if you will.

here are a few more facts:

the current number of known orcas in captivity is 55. the current number of orcas known to have died in captivity is 160!, nearly 3x as many held.

134 orcas at the bare minimum have been captured for public display; of those, 123 have died since 1965. 33 captive-born orcas have died since that year as well.

wild dolphins don’t wear funny hats nor do they jump through hoops, dance on their tails, applaud themselves with their pectoral fins or make squeaky sounds similar to the first dolphin people were introduced to, flipper.

wild dolphins do not live in artificial environments where movement, diet, social structure, behavior & absolute way of life is manipulated, controlled & restricted.

the life of captive dolphins, no matter how large the tank or how 'state-of-the-art' we are led to believe the environment is, isn't natural nor is it clever; it is abusive. dolphins will ONLY perform for two reasons when held captive: to be fed & to stay alive.

the performance is only a display of dominance, nothing else. the worst part of a captive dolphin show? it teaches children it’s okay to mock & disrespect one of nature’s most fascinating ambassadors.

the entertainment industry profits from twisting a beautiful & sentient (self-aware) species into a parody of itself.

ask yourself, what happens when the show you & your children just witnessed is over & the audience is gone? nothing.

most dolphins languish in their prisons (tanks) awaiting until the next show which in most cases is next feeding.

the ultimate question is why aren’t dolphins afforded global freedoms & protection?

well, india has abolished the use of dolphins in aquatic theme parks or in other words, rejecting any proposal to establish a dolphinarium that involves the import and/or capture of cetaceans (dolphins) for entertainment or exhibition.

a crucial precedent has been established that could eventually spread to world condemnation of keeping dolphins in captivity & we believe the world should follow suit. NOW!

ask yourself, what was the reason india made this move? the answer is simple, dolphins are highly intelligent, highly sensitive & should be seen as 'non-human persons' with their own specific rights.

simply put, it is morally unacceptable to keep them captive for entertainment purposes? no.

when you support aquariums & any captive environment, you support enslavement, you support cruelty & inhumanity.

but it's not too late, YOU can make a difference.

TAKE ACTION NOW!

here's how you can help:

1. please watch the video here: HUMΛN™ , share it with friends & discuss to spark change in the way we regard these majestic family members to bring them out of bondage & return them all to their rightful place, IN THE WILD!

2. sign the petition here: http://dolphinproject.net/take-action/orcas-and-dolphins-do-not-belong-in-captivity/

❝ for more about dolphins, inspiration & life please visit : www.dolphinproject.net | www.twitter.com/HUMAN520 &/or www.instagram.com/HUMAN520
please go here to see the video: HUMAN520.

we thank you for your time & support | HUMΛN™

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