In an environmental impact statement covering future plans for U.S. Navy training and testing, an acknowledgement that the use of sonar and explosives "could potentially hurt more dolphins and whales in Hawaii and California waters than previously thought." (AP)

5 Responses to “Navy: sonar and explosion tests may be harming dolphins, whales”

  1. Frank Diekman says:

    Who could have forseen that explosions would be harmful to wildlife?

  2. Keith Tyler says:

    Man, I read that in high school.

    I told my physics teacher about it. She rolled her eyes. “Where’d you get that from?” On a computer system (FidoNet, actually), I said. She rolled them back and pooh-poohed the source. “Oh, not that stuff!”

    So, and, Mrs. Gilmor.

  3. paulcarcosa says:

    If they kill 200 individuals (their number), how many do they wound and cripple?

  4. dentarthurdent says:

    fuck you darfin and fuck you whale

  5. dainel says:

    Go, go, go. Kill more dolphins.

    (I’m posting this on behalf of the mackerels …)

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