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About Without Me There Is No You

“Without Me There is No You”  became our slogan since without the whales, dolphins and sharks whom roam our oceans there will be no you, no us.

The impact of all the mass traditional slaughterings of these creatures are not only brutal while being senseless, they are directly affecting us, as humans. We rely on our oceans for 70-80% of our oxygen. At the rate whales, dolphins and sharks are being killed, our oceans are becoming rapidly depleted of plankton. Without plankton all fish will starve from lack of food & suffocate from the lack of oxygen in the water. If the ocean degrades to the point where it is dead, the availability of atmospheric oxygen will be severely diminish. The ocean would then off gas CO2 in amounts far greater than all global fossil fuel burning combined. Without sea life there will be no you….Life as you know it will cease to exist, as the Earth plummets to massive self destruction.

Without Me There Is No You is a place to educate and spread the words of this posing, life-threatening impact which is nearing our Earth if we do not make the necessary changes to protect our planet.

This site is also to raise awareness about marine mammals in captivity.  Without the patrons of the marine parks, there would be no show. Without the trainers, there would be no marine mammals in captivity….hence WithoutMeThereIsNoYou. We offer this site as a place for facts and insight into the captive industry. We welcome your comments, but ask that you avoid personal attacks, and that you try to add value with constructive dialogue. Comments that are deemed to be personal in nature, abusive, defamatory, false or misleading will be deleted.

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11 Comments leave one →
  1. March 9, 2011 11:37 pm

    Hey! I ran across your blog while doing research for my web site. You’re doing some great stuff here. I also want to help the cause.

    I saw that you had been able to find some citations for marine parks though http://acissearch.aphis.usda.gov/LPASearch/faces/LPASearch.jspx

    I can’t seem to get it to work for me. It would really help my case if I could find official listed violation Orca whale/dolphin captors have. Do you have copies or direct links to them?

    Also, could I put a link of your wonderful web site on mine? The site is currently under construction, but should be up in the next few weeks. Thanks!! Hope this reaches you. 🙂

  2. March 10, 2011 4:37 am

    Hi Aubrey,

    It is wonderful to hear you are also helping with cetaceans in captivity. We can certainly help you with searches on APHIS’s website. I am going to send you a message with the email you used. If it’s not the right one, let me know.

    And we’d be honored to have our link on your page. Looking forward to seeing your new website.

  3. Lorrie permalink
    April 1, 2011 8:12 pm

    I’m going to try to get my grandson’s school to do a lesson on orca. This site is a wonderful place to start!

    Love you guys!!!!

  4. greenapt permalink
    April 11, 2011 7:33 pm

    THANK YOU FOR CARING!!!

  5. icanhasdiary permalink
    September 15, 2011 10:48 pm

    This is an incredible blog and I’m so grateful that I found it! Your information is credible, backed up by numerous sources and I will do what I can to share your blog in my own network of concerned humans. Thank you for what you do!

  6. Ayugma Acharya permalink
    December 4, 2011 11:21 pm

    I have a question.
    How can we children help you?

    • December 23, 2011 2:44 am

      The children of the world can help themselves and future generations by becoming more aware…not participating in activities which cause or may be harmful to the animals we share the planet with is a huge starting point. Sharing stories among each other is important as well, peer words make the biggest impacts among the youth. It will be up to future generations to make the changes. We are only a starting point.

      People need to find compassion while understanding empathy. The days of just not caring must end or we will drive ourselves into a world of destruction. This state of destruction is completly avoidable. All animals play a very important role in nature. The Earth would continue if no man was left, but through the selective destruction we are creating removing mass amounts of animal will have a disastrous effect to the planet that can not be undone if people do not stop and change.

      RESEARCH and share what you learn.

  7. Christine Adams permalink
    January 25, 2012 5:27 am

    Hey there!

    I love that you are acting for such a worthwhile cause and i would like to get involved. Will there be anything happening during the spring of 2012 in the Miami region? I’m moving to the Keys for an internship and would welcome any kind of volunteer opportunities!

  8. Daniel Jost permalink
    January 28, 2012 12:17 am

    Hello,

    After spending several hours reading the articles and comments about the captive orcas in Orlando, Miami and at Sixflags, it becomes obvious that the mass public is simply not aware of the big picture… I then searched for “Sea World” on tripadvisor.com and saw almost only excellent reviews about the shows at the different parks… What do you think of systematically posting a short, crisp text outlining the following f.eg.?:

    – Yes, the shows at Sea World are extremely impressive and well performed…
    – But nonetheless, these animals do not belong in such conditions of captivity & briefly explain why.
    – Link the deliberate killings of humans by orcas to the current court cases.
    – Make clear that Sea World cetacean behavior has nothing to do with the animals’ normal behavior, and list alternatives to see these mammals in their natural habitat.
    – Transmit the message that ultimately the consumer is most likely the only one to have the power to change this, by not purchasing an entry ticket to these parks.
    – A poignant video or two illustrating all of the above.

    It’ll probably be hard to change the mentalities out there, as most visitors just want to spend an enjoyable moment during their hard-earned vacation, but well worth the try I guess!

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