the language of altruism
March 13, 2008 Leave a comment
here’s a reason to have a little hope about the capacity of our world to survive human stupidity:
A dolphin appeared to “talk” to two stranded whales before leading them to safety.
… Before the bottlenose dolphin turned up, the beached pygmy sperm whales were in clear distress.
But when Moko arrived at Mahia beach on the east coast of New Zealand’s North Island, their mood changed and they followed him to safety.
and if that doesn’t work, there is always the traditional method of cheering up, courtesy Douglas Adams and with thanks to lestro:
why is the twit so particularly glum about the fate of humankind today? Horrific video evidence after the jump…
with ambivalent thx to Wonkette