Extinction in Humboldt County

Felice Pace, widely read commentator on many of today's issues, concluded a recent article in Econews on the fate of the Klamath River's spring chinook: "No modern society has yet demonstrated that it has the wisdom and will to prevent the looming extinction of wild fish species." This is a stark and sorrowful statement. Full Story
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Positive Ellen

Arcata, CA

#1 Jul 27, 2010
Ellen reminds me of an old back and white photograph of a guy wearing a sandwich board that has one word written on it: Doom!
Positive Ellen; bitter, disillusioned, full of hate. A true Progressive.
SKYFALLING

United States

#2 Jul 27, 2010
DOOM AND GLOOM. WE'RE ALL GONNA DIE. ECOFREAKS WON IN COURT. THE'RE GONNA DIE TOO. WHAT DID THEY WIN IN COURT? LOTS OF MONEY IS ALL.
Observer

Eureka, CA

#3 Jul 27, 2010
It must be nice to be an aging hippie in Petrolia. Living off of Social Security & not having to worry about getting a decent job. You can afford the luxury of trying to stop all good paying jobs everywhere to fulfill a desire to live in a world without any need for jobs.

Putting fish & trees above the needs of people does not work in real life.
End of Times

United States

#5 Jul 27, 2010
Felix Pace is another know it all ecofreak that only likes himself. Self important ****'s! Looking forward to the extinction of ecofreaks!
Rewrite History

Eureka, CA

#6 Jul 27, 2010
Observer writes "Putting fish and trees above the needs of people does not work in real life."
This does not bode well for tomorrow, nor does it say much for literacy in Humboldt County. The attacks on Ellen and Felix are cowardly, instead of advancing a discussion with facts, we get name calling. It degrades any potential for leaving the next generation with anything but a ripped and torn environment quite similar to what use to consider third world- with an economy to match. EoT, if there is not a library near you, perhaps a neighbor would loan you a book or two.
huufc

Eureka, CA

#7 Jul 27, 2010
What a miserable woman. I suggest that you leave the United States of America and move somewhere better. Try Cuba, or a nice muslim country.
zofo

Eureka, CA

#8 Jul 27, 2010
Wow,reading these posts i guess people don't care about salmon going extinct afterall.Either that or they are just ignorant right wing fools.we can keep the status quo,sending norcal water to central and socal,and keep destroying our multi billion dollar salmon fishery(which these posters appear to have no problem with)or we can regain control of our water and do the things neccesary to ensure they remain productive for future generations.Salmon have become the buffalo of the 21st century
Fred

Palo Cedro, CA

#9 Jul 27, 2010
Extinction is natural. Ever hear of "survival of the fittest" Extinctions have always happened and always will. The earth is constantly evolving whether humans have a part in it or not.
New species are also evolving all of the time.

Welcome to earth!
Fred

Palo Cedro, CA

#10 Jul 27, 2010
zofo wrote:
Wow,reading these posts i guess people don't care about salmon going extinct afterall.Either that or they are just ignorant right wing fools.we can keep the status quo,sending norcal water to central and socal,and keep destroying our multi billion dollar salmon fishery(which these posters appear to have no problem with)or we can regain control of our water and do the things neccesary to ensure they remain productive for future generations.Salmon have become the buffalo of the 21st century
And what good are buffalo? Eaten any lately?
UR an idiot

Eureka, CA

#11 Jul 27, 2010
Fred wrote:
Extinction is natural. Ever hear of "survival of the fittest" Extinctions have always happened and always will. The earth is constantly evolving whether humans have a part in it or not.
New species are also evolving all of the time.
Welcome to earth!
3rd grade logic would argue that MAN made damns and water diversion to the central and lower parts of the state is not "natural". U also probably believe in the flying man upstairs that grants us wishes when we get on our knees and jibber jabber all of our wishes.
Learn to Share

Hayward, CA

#12 Jul 27, 2010
Fred wrote:
Extinction is natural. Ever hear of "survival of the fittest" Extinctions have always happened and always will. The earth is constantly evolving whether humans have a part in it or not.
New species are also evolving all of the time.
Welcome to earth!
Welcome to earth, learn to share, jerkwad. The salmon have every right to live here too.
Learn to Share

Hayward, CA

#13 Jul 27, 2010
Observer wrote:
It must be nice to be an aging hippie in Petrolia. Living off of Social Security & not having to worry about getting a decent job. You can afford the luxury of trying to stop all good paying jobs everywhere to fulfill a desire to live in a world without any need for jobs.
Putting fish & trees above the needs of people does not work in real life.
Fishing is an industry that provides jobs, when there are still fish to fish for. Get a clue!
End of Times

United States

#14 Jul 27, 2010
huufc wrote:
What a miserable woman. I suggest that you leave the United States of America.
Put both losers ellen and felix in a small raft at the mouth of the mattole and push them out to sea towards China. Worthless self opinionated losers who might be of some benefit feeding the great white sharks.

Fed up with the self serving environmentalist crowd who have been telling us about saving the fish and sucking all the water out of the streams and go to the store to buy tons of rat poison to kill the wood rats to grow their pot. They killed all the salmon! Ellen and the Mattole Salmon Restoration Group that she belongs to just need to leave this area and go kill animals somewhere else. Something these dope growers are good at.
End of Times

United States

#15 Jul 27, 2010
zofo wrote:
Wow,reading these posts i guess people don't care about salmon going extinct afterall.Either that or they are just ignorant right wing fools.we can keep the status quo,sending norcal water to central and socal,and keep destroying our multi billion dollar salmon fishery(which these posters appear to have no problem with)or we can regain control of our water and do the things neccesary to ensure they remain productive for future generations.Salmon have become the buffalo of the 21st century
Exporting water south from the Mattole River. Look at a map you ignorant ecofreak. There's no pipe south from the Mattole.

Who's the fool now you ignorant fool!
End of Times

United States

#16 Jul 27, 2010
Learn to Share wrote:
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Fishing is an industry that provides jobs, when there are still fish to fish for. Get a clue!
Yes and jerkwad envionmentalists and their Marine Life "Protecition" Act will put an end to our fishing too.

Ecofreaks, go feed the sharks! Make yourself useful and help save a great white shark.
End of Times

United States

#17 Jul 27, 2010
Fred wrote:
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And what good are buffalo? Eaten any lately?
The Coop does sell buffalo meat, and it's good. Saying the buffalo are extinct is another ecofreak lie.
zofo

Eureka, CA

#18 Jul 27, 2010
Fred wrote:
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And what good are buffalo? Eaten any lately?
Last summer in Yellowstone had a buffalo burger.it was very good and from what i understand it is a growing industry.I guess you have something against new industry,new jobs.you must be a central valley farmer
zofo

Eureka, CA

#19 Jul 27, 2010
I'm talking big picture.something you apparently can't understand.thats what a sixth grade education gets you
zofo

Eureka, CA

#20 Jul 27, 2010
Fred wrote:
Extinction is natural. Ever hear of "survival of the fittest" Extinctions have always happened and always will. The earth is constantly evolving whether humans have a part in it or not.
New species are also evolving all of the time.
Welcome to earth!
you think that what is happening to salmon is "natural"?
Learn to Share

Hayward, CA

#21 Jul 27, 2010
End of Times wrote:
<quoted text>Yes and jerkwad envionmentalists and their Marine Life "Protecition" Act will put an end to our fishing too.
Ecofreaks, go feed the sharks! Make yourself useful and help save a great white shark.
Great White sharks are connected to the same ecosystem as the salmon. It is a food chain... sealions eat salmon, sharks eat sealions... are you starting to get it yet? The web of life, the interconnectedness of species? Seems you have a mind more suited to bad politics than good science. You might want to see a psychiatrist about your violent fantasies, you sound a bit unhinged.

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