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On Wed, 6 Sep 2006 22:37:52 +0100, "pearl" wrote:
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On Tue, 5 Sep 2006 13:54:22 +0100, "pearl" wrote:
A few might hop in from the field margins.. same as they can hop out.
LOL. I mean: Why would they be in "the field margins", and how
would they get there?
Why wouldn't they? They like humid areas with still shallow pools.
Margins left untouched would provide permanent habitat for frogs.
yes, but diderot led me to believe that most of them were
tree frogs who could survive in the stalks until the harverster came
Where did all these frogs come from, after supposedly being
slaughtered year in, year out?
diderot was nice enough to exchange some emails with me,
I bet! - you're a ready sucker,
LOL! That coming from someone who believes there are
superior beings living in the center of the Earth is pretty
I've plenty of reason to believe that.
I've posted a link to a well-researched site before, just for you.
I don't believe you, but would like to see you try.
I'm not giving it to you again.
You lied to begin with, and are now desperately though pathetically
trying to support your lying.
Unlike you, I don't lie.
You dis-believe without reason.
I have good reason. If it were true, I have good reason to believe
people in general would have learned about it because research
teams would have found the entrances, gone in, studied it, made
videos, and made money by presenting what they learned to the
public like they do with other things of interest.
That has happened.
You're the only person I've ever known of to think so. Do you
always believe that btw, or do you sometimes think they don't
exist like you sometimes think there are no frogs in rice fields?
You mean, like you believe in a biblical plague of frogs in rice fields.
That's because of a number of people who have reported them,
In Texas? Show us.
plus having seen many frogs in different environments similar to
Areas that are allowed to dry, and harvested twice a year?
The only thing I've seen trying to oppose the occurrence
is you who have no clue wtf you're trying to talk about, and one or
two other "aras".
Let's see your documentation of hundreds of thousands in Texas rice fields.
There are many written accounts by explorers, researchers and others.
No there are not.
Yes, there are.
No video that I'm aware of, sorry, but I did link to an unusual photo.
More than once.
. . .
You emphatically stated that you "don't think that 'they' are there!"
Now you're amusingly trying to pretend differently.
'they', as in the hundreds of thousands alleged - "the green waterfall".
Not the hundreds of thousands you claim.
How many? How could you possibly have any clue? Present some
info from a reliable source to back up your absurd sounding claim.
I have backed up logical common sense
Maybe, but not about this topic.
About this topic.
with an email from a bona fide
organic rice-farmer. -You- have yet to support your fantastical claim.
The email you presented turned out to back up diderot's claim.
You can't answer that one. At "best" all you can do is hurl insults
and sulk away from it.
You haven't answered the question.
How all 'these' frogs got there in the first place. diderot lied to you.
The only thing to suggest that diderot lied is YOU, and you're insane.
YOU need to explain why frogs and tadpoles could not get into rice
fields when they are flooded with water from rives and/or creeks.
I have explained. Rivers and creeks - deep moving bodies of water - aren't
teeming with frogs! Not even in Texas. Frogs live in still, shallow pools.
You just can't comprehend the fact that there are still pools in rivers and
creeks, and that they exist behind closed flood gates.
And just there, there are hundreds of thousands of frogs, spawn and tadpoles?
Ridiculous. What happened to your claim that they come from "upstream"?
And if his claims were true, a
seasonal wholesale slaughter of frogs would be well-documented.
Who would document it? Why?
Amphibian watchers, .. agricultural sites, .. ecological sites..
So you're saying there are no cds involved with any crop production,
and if there were it would be well documented and posted on
agricultural and ecological sites? Or are you trying to get us to believe
that's only true in the case of rice for some reason(s)?
Amphibians are in serious trouble, so it would be well-documented.
And yes, - if the mass carnage you'd like us to believe happens in
crop production was a fact, that too would be well-documented.
So you're saying that people should give no thought to cds involved
with any type of crop production? How about wood and paper production?
Construction of roads and building? Mining operations? Production of
Yes, it is documented, where or when it occurs.
Let's see some evidence of that.
Results 1 - 10 of about 819,000 for pesticides bird kill.
Results 1 - 10 of about 1,590,000 for pesticides fish kill.
If such a major thing
as you are claiming happens, it would most certainly be documented.
Let's see some evidence of that too.
I still don't see
You see nothing, and care even less.
Baseless insults and lies will get you nowhere.
these alleged hundreds of thousands. Do you?
Fish, frogs, snails, insects, and other aquatic organisms that thrive in
"in conjuction" means 'joined to'. In the areas described below,
harvesting is manual, and therefore the wildlife can thrive as the
fields and surrounding areas will serve as an established habitat.
If you went in there with a mechanic harvester, yes, you'd likely
get your "green waterfall" - once. That's an ecosystem gone.
with rice are a source of animal protein and essential fatty
acids. In addition, various kinds of livestock are supported by rice-based
systems. Ducks feed on small fish, other aquatic organisms, and weeds
within the paddy fields, while buffaloes, cattle, sheep and goats graze on
rice straw as their main food source in rice-producing areas.
Thousands of frogs which keep BPH under check were caught from
As I type, I am listening to the din of the thousands of frogs that inhabit the
rice field right next to my home
at night we were eaten alive by the millions of mosquitoes that bred in the
paddy fields directly opposite and all around the camp. At night too there
was a deafening orchestra of thousands upon thousands of frogs
when we opened the window at night, we heard thousands of frogs croaking
their spring song from the rice fields nearby.
During the late summer, you had to be careful where you stepped. Thousands
of frogs hopped around on the ground, a product of the monsoon season, and
the rice paddies that were everywhere. Patty hated to step on them, but
sometimes it just happened. The corridor and ready room floors were always a
mess due to frog guts from their boots.