Headline, January 17 2022/ ''' '' RAT HEROICS RAP '' ''' : HONOURS


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BY AND LARGE THE ESTEEMED LEADERS OF THE WORLD - the societal structures of the world - if they ever got to produce anything - it was only petrified and fearful societies. Everybody is afraid of anybody and everybody.



''The challenge from here is how the world responds to The World Students Society. How the world responds to normalization.''

Forgive me. ''The World should be ashamed of what it has and has not done, measured against what great things it could do.''

It is a misperception that the world began getting built from inception. A great world will now get built with the dawn of The World Students Society - the exclusive and eternal ownership of every student in the world.

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Evolution of knowledge and evolution of the concept of knowledge are two different things. Knowledge has evolved in the span of human civilization like a sapling that has, going through numerous falls and springs, become woodier in decades and centuries, ideas are generated, modified and lost, to make space for new ideas -

But old ideas never really die, they just add into the deeper layers of experience upon which a firmer framework of surer knowledge is raised, and upon which more intricate ideas can be woven.

Complex ideas cannot be generated from a single human mind unless there is a descending history of simpler ideas to build upon; and in an overview, it seems like knowledge has evolved over time.

AS AND SO ORDAINED : EVEN WITH ALL THE HONORS IN THE SERVICE OF MANKIND,  the global founder framers probably could never match the bravery or courage of Magawa, a master great rat that hunted land mines.

The Global Founder Framers and I rise to give Magawa a standing ovation, and to assure his spirit that his legacy is being remembered with a module on The World Students Society for the future generations of mankind, of students and for rats.

At my very personal level, and I dare confess, even at the level of some of the global founder framers of The World Students Society, late Magawa will always remain an inspiration. And with this I turn the world upside down.

The African giant pouched rat was part of an initiative that trains rats to detect land mines and people with tuberculosis.

GREY HONOURS LIST : ON THE WORLD STUDENTS SOCIETY - the future generations would  proudly remember the Global Founder Framers and the students of the world as classic humans who selflessly served their conscience and sacrificed to help build a better world for future generations.

AND NOW back to Great Magawa:

Magawa, a rat that spent most of his life sniffing out land mines in Cambodia and was recognized for his lifesaving contributions, died last weekend, the organization that trained him said in a statement.

The African giant pouched rat was part of the ''HeroRAT'' initiative run by the Belgian nonprofit APOPO, which works across Southeast Asia and Africa, training rats to detect land mines and people with tuberculosis.

Over the course of a yearslong career with APOPO, Magawa found more than 100 land mines and other pieces of unexploded ordnance, the organization said, describing him as the most successful rat in the program to date.

Magawa's achievements were honoured in 2020 when he received a gold medal bestowed by the People's Dispensary for  Sick Animals, a British charity, that is often called the ''animals' George Cross '' after a British honor usually'' given to civilians for acts of bravery and heroism.

He was the first rodent recipient of the award in the charity's history.

'' He was a truly exemplary HeroRAT and a very worthy recipient of our PDSA Gold Medal, which recognizes civilian animals who have shown true bravery and exceptional devotion to duty,'' Rebecca Buckingham, the awards manager at the British charity, said on Tuesday.

'' His legacy will live on for decades to come, in the lives he has helped to save through his incredible work detecting land mines in Cambodia.''

Magawa was born in Tanzania in November 2013, APOPO said, though earlier news releases from the organization put his birth date as a year later.

After receiving specialized training, he was moved to Siem Reap in Cambodia in 2016 to begin his career. 

Land Mines laid in Cambodia during decades of conflict caused more than 64,000 casualties, said the HALO Trust, a land mine clearance charity.

Parts of the country are also littered with unexploded ordnance dropped in U.S. airstrikes during the Vietnam War, a 2019 report from the Congressional Research Service found.

APOPO's so called ''HeroRats'' are trained to detect the explosive TNT, and can search an area the size of a tennis court in 30 minutes. The same work would usually take a person with a metal detector four days.

When the rats find a mine, they signal to their handler by scratching at the earth above it. Their light weight means they are able to avoid detonating mines, unlike humans, so there is minimal risk of injury.

Magawa, who was said to have been partial to treats of watermelon, banana and peanuts when not sniffing for mines,was taken off duty last year to much fanfare from the world's news media.

APOPO said he had remained in good health during his retirement until his last days, when he appeared to slow down and lose his appetite.

'' Magawa will leave a lasting legacy in the lives that he saved as a land mine detection rat in Cambodia,'' APOPO said in a statement honoring him that was published on the website.

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