Die-off of birds all over Alaska beaches, floating in Pacific — “They seem to be starving” — Record-breaking spike in rescues, “such a dramatic increase” — Deformed and abnormal animals reported (PHOTOS & AUDIO)

Published: August 8th, 2015 at 10:30 pm ET


KBBI, Aug 4, 2015 (emphasis added): Bird Death Reports Are Up In Homer, Food Sources Possibly To Blame — The Alaska Maritime National Wildlife Refuge is receiving multiple reports indicating a significant increase in dead and dying birds found on beaches… Leslie Slater is the Gulf of Alaska Unit Biologist for the Alaska Maritime National Wildlife Refuge… says there are a lot of potential reasons for the increase in fatalities but the prevailing cause is likely tied to the birds’ food sources. “What we’re seeing more precisely is that birds seem to be starving. That’s sort of the ultimate cause of their deaths but something might be happening before that… biotoxins can build up through the food chain and ultimately cause the deaths of these birds.” These deaths don’t seem to be isolated to Homer’s beaches. There are reports of similar deaths down the Alaska Peninsula and the eastern edge of the Aleutians. Slater says it’s possible they could be related to dead whales found near Kodiak… She warns the public not to touch dead birds because they could be carrying disease.

KHNS, Jul 13, 2015: The American Bald Eagle Foundation in Haines has seen such a dramatic increase in bird rescues that they’re asking for the public’s help [to] respond to the unusually high number of injured birds… “Yeah it’s been a wave of birds, just very intense,” said raptor curator Chloe Goodson… in the past, they’ve been called to one or two bird rescues throughout the entire year… “Recently there’s just been an explosion of birds,” Goodson said… Alaska Raptor Center in Sitka [said] that June was their busiest month ever… they don’t know what is causing the dramatic increase… “food availability might not be as good as it has been in previous years.”… bird watcher and counter Pam Randles [says] she’s observed more desperate behavior in birds searching for food. She’s seen birds fighting over food, eagles trying to steal fish from people, and other risky behavior…

Alaska Raptor Center, Jul 7, 2015: … the busiest June we’ve ever had with 20 bald eagles arriving with injuries or illness. July looks to be even busier with six eagles already…

Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium reports:

  • Aleutian-Pribilof region, AKBird die-off… There has been a number of dead herring gulls seen around town. The ones I have seen do not have any animal attack marks.
  • Aleutian-Pribilof region, AKBird die-off… there were reports from our Executive Director, that while she was on her regular evening walk, she was spotting dead birds, mostly seagulls and magpies. She said most of which either had no head and looked as if no other animal has touched them… The community is concerned if whether or not there is a sickness in these birds causing them to die.
  • Near Pribilof Islands, AK… You may have already heard about this die‐off, lots of talk in the Alaska seabird researcher community. So far birds reported floating at sea, found by researchers doing ship transects.
  • King Salmon, AK… Bald eagle observed with facial abnormality… with large growth on its right eye. They were wondering what the growth on the Eagle could possibly be?
  • Anchorage, AK… I have been seeing this bird every day… It has a very long bill or beak. He sticks in his beak, gets the seed out of the feeder and then has to throw his head back to get it down to his mouth… and drops alot of seeds… He also has trouble storing his feed in the tree. This is the first time I have seen a nuthatch like this. In the twenty years I have had my feeder, this is the first bird I have seen a bird with a deformed beak.

KBBI broadcast here

Published: August 8th, 2015 at 10:30 pm ET


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  • Fukushima Day 1,611. Get the Rad Word Out, Folks.

    Fukushima Business Cards 4 U! And everyone else, too!

    These nifty cards are easy to print, pass out and leave about.
    Distribute liberally. Post to all social media. Thanks!

  • from a distance from a distance

    Did everyone see "eagerlabassistants" report on soil and sand samples of Cesium 134 and Cesium 137 in the U.S.

    Here's what they found:

    "Results: Twenty-two (22) of forty-eight (48) samples yielded statistically significant detections for Cesium-137. Of those, six (6) yielded statistically significant detections for Cesium-134. Considering sample collection and testing dates with respect to the Fukushima Diachii NPP multiple meltdowns of March 11, 2011, those detections are strongly indicated as resulting from the same due to atmospheric deposition."

    Lots of graphs and colors to understand this easily here 🙂 —>


    And here are their radiation in food results:


  • Two words did this to the birds, and other dead/dying wildlife currently, those word being; "COLD SHUTDOWN". This lie is directly responsible for the current status of an ongoing travesty!

    Bad couple of days for fish too…

    8th August 2015 – Thousands of dead fish wash up on beaches in the Gulf of Morrosquillo, Colombia.

    8th August 2015 – 10,000 kgs of fish have suddenly died in Nanjing, China.

    7th August 2015 – Hundreds of fish die in a pond in Culemborg, Netherlands.

    All the I-313 in the rain is mainly why things are so tough for the wildlife:



    I-131 becomes Xenon 131 and is permanently in the air and inside your thyroid if the I131 was attracted to it. Exposure on an ongoing basis as we all need to breath, can lead to:

    • Cough

    • difficulty with swallowing

    • dizziness

    • fast heartbeat

    • hives

    • itching

    • puffiness or swelling of the eyelids or around the eyes, face, lips, or tongue

    • shortness of breath

    • skin rash

    • tightness in the chest

    • unusual tiredness or weakness

    • wheezing

  • Gasser Gasser

    The Canary's in the mines just keeled over,
    How long will it be before we all go under.

    Time stopped running short, time now is moot,
    Billionaires can't buy life with their blood loot.

    The DNA Genom has been Atomically corrupted,
    Lifespan's of every living thing will be disrupted.

    Last on my bucket list is, experience death,
    I'm all set up to inhale Helium to last breath.

    If I awaken in a different living part of space,
    They better have their shit together.

    I know that last line doesn't rhyme,
    Folks we've run out of fix it time.

    Nuke the complex.

    • Hey, Gasser.
      I think it is truly too bad that tritium decays into helium. Life would be so much more fun were it to decay into nitrogen (nitrous oxide.) Were the latter the case, we could literally laugh ourselves, to death!

  • Jebus Jebus

    "She warns the public not to touch dead birds because they could be carrying disease."

    Yes, industrial disease…


    Hong Kong- 97.3° hottest in history(current)

    Middle East- 164° heat index, +50% humidity(current)

    ALASKA- 89-91° heatwave June, 2015

    Western Europe- 104° heatwave July, 2015

    Pakistan-104-120° heatwave June 2015

    NW Coast U.S.- 105-113° heatwave [end of] June 2015

    NW Coast U.S.- +90° 2nd heatwave July 2015

    Israeli News describes Iran heat as "apocalyptic". Electricity has failed for the part.
    Zoo/grazing animal heat related die off.
    If you have a minute, look up the The Great Acceleration.

    • HoTaters HoTaters

      GOM, some of my close friends and I have been discussing the Great Acceleration. We have believed it would come for some 20-30 years, and that it would unfold not only in the environment, but an uptick in wars, planetary changes, and GMI. Evil does seem to be running rampant. Methinks we are in for a rough ride.

      Agreed, on a planetary scale, ecological and climate change events are dramatically accelerating in intensity and severity.

      • HoTaters HoTaters

        Yoichi Shimatsu discussed the role of Tritium in preventing ice nucleation. He was interviewed along with Dana Durnford. Dana reported the wells in British Columbia are going dry in his area. There was no snowfall in B.C. to speak of this year. The mountains are completely bare of snow, which is just unheard of.

        So, along with Tritium, we have lots of Kyrpton 85 circulating around, which also radically alters weather patterns and causes extremely intense storm systems.

        We in the San Francisco Bay Area (mostly parts east of there) witnessed a massive "supercell" thunderstorm on around April 19, 2011. The system must have been 40 miles by 60 miles. It stretched (from north to south) from about Lake County, near Clear Lake, southward to about Walnut Creek. From east to west, it appeared to stretch from Davis, CA, westward about 40 miles to near Napa, California.

        None of us had ever seen anything like it in our lives. I remember going to a vegetable/farm store in Suisun Valley, and standing out on the porch with about a dozen people, just watching the amazing lightning and hail. It was like we were all frozen in space and time.

        Mind boggling.

  • Soylent Green Movie; Top Secret Information Discovered, The Oceans Are Dying And So Are The Algae

    • HoTaters HoTaters

      Unforgettable movie line, horrifying at the time I saw the movie, "Soylent Green is made of PEEEEEOPLE!"

      • HoTaters HoTaters

        You have some pretty entertaining stuff on your site, Doc, if one clicks through on some of the video links. Or should I say, your links can be clicked through to bring up some pretty interesting videos. YouTube has a pretty odd method of relating different types of subject matter.

        From Soylent Green, at the ending of the clip, to "The 10 Funniest Movie Deaths."

        Just don't get the death being funny thing, although I confess to really liking how Monty Python does death.

        You yourself have talked about needing some dark humor to lighten things up from time to time. I concur.


        It gets rough when one starts re-launching some of the older Enenews stories, esp. the ones about the deaths of creatures in the sea, on land. Reading about it and looking at some of the really grisly pictures can really get to me at times.

        Time to go read something soothing. Gotta get my head back into a better place.

        Just finished listening to Jeff Rense interviewing Yoichi Shimatsu and Dana Durnford on Fukushima and the death of the Pacific Ocean.

        Sigh. What tangled webs we weave.

        • HoTaters HoTaters

          Sorry, Doc, your stuff isn't for entertainment value. Some of the things that can be launched on the click throughs are, though.

          Thanks for all your great work. You have built an astonishing compendium of information on things nuclear, and on environmental issues (among other things).


        • Actually, Ho Taters, the suggestions come from what is in your own computer (watch and reading past.) No matter what video I look up, within the suggestions at end are fukushima (and dead fish, dead pacific) videos. It's because I've done searches of fukushima (and dead fish, dead pacific) videos.
          Clear your cache to see what youtube thinks of you as a blank-slate, and it will be even worse; stupid celebrity plastic-surgery and plenty of other usual MSM crap.

  • 24 nukes seeking restart, despite no insurance, green light being given by 'regulator'

  • Sickputer

    What? No cover story for the demise of the national bird? No dead ducks loaded with Wst Nile Virus?

    The nucleoapes seem to be getting worn out burying billions of dead sealife carcasses. Not even worth the effort to think up more silly explanations. When the truth finally is revealed to the disinterested 95% of North Americans, it will be eased onto them in degrees. They certainly can't allow public panic to rear its ugly head.

    Expect more hormesis whores to pop up and educate all the coastal citizens. Everybody east of the Rockies will be considered safe… "The country is vast and we don't expect radiation to reach across the Rockies and Sierras.

    Now where have we heard a variation of that before? Oh yeah…"the Pacific is vast and will dilute the radiation. There is no threat of affecting the North American shores." 🙂

    • HoTaters HoTaters

      Idaho shortly after 3/11 (was it eagle deaths there in 2012), and now Alaska.

      Can't help wondering what else is going on that we just don't hear about. Such as, how is Fukushima and the massive planetary radiation overload affecting the Southern Hemisphere?

      Also watched a video tonight from BP Earthwatch on CERN, and how it may be affecting the sun, and may be linked to an uptick in earthquakes.

      As if we didn't already have enough thorny problems to solve.

      We MUST stop these people from playing God, or there will be no future for anyone.

      But how ?????????????????????????

      I'm attending the Geoengineering Expose in Redding, California, August 15. Once again, if anyone would like a report, I'll be happy to provide you with as much information as I can. Hoping it will be videotaped.

      Hope I have the stomach to attend this event and come home w/o being really depressed. Things are looking pretty dire.

      • HoTaters HoTaters

        More on the Geoengineering subject when I return ….

      • hadia hadia

        @Ho, right, CERN should be stopped, but even the high court in germany let them continue, becz one technical assistent could convince the Judge that there is no need for a council of/wth also the contra side.thus they continued and are celebrating that the "ghost will be out of the bottle soon". SCIENCE is important for the future of our kids and our planet, but not if its one eyed, only and for the purpose of the greedy and over-wealthy ones. anyway, I (still in the learning process- )believe that not all tiny black holes will vaporize. Science should not scare our future, but it might be too late, anyhow orrr?

      • I know…hard to be experiencing it going down. All in it together…one big blue ball. Words cannot express. 🙁 Love everybody trying to spread the compassion.

    • HoTaters HoTaters

      Now where have we heard a variation of that before? Oh yeah…"the Pacific is vast and will dilute the radiation. There is no threat of affecting the North American shores."

      Right, just like the WIPPY-pops that are safe for the tiniest of children, and can only be gotten near the WIPPY plant.

      • HoTaters HoTaters

        Time for bed. Before I go, I wanted to mention Yoichi Shimatsu says the radiation from Fukushima is being fairly uniformly dispersed throughout the Northern Hemisphere. Of course there will be hotspots.

        He also says it is being dispersed along the Tropic of Cancer, and it will eventually be spread into the Southern Hemisphere, and into the Atlantic Ocean.

        Oy, vey.

        Sleep well, people. May your dreams be beautiful, and the world kind and lovely in your dreams.

        • HoTaters HoTaters

          RE: the Tropic of Cancer, that would seem to be the latitude fron which a lot of the D.U. has been dispersed. (Or maybe Shimatsu was making reference just to the D.U. Not sure if he said that, or if Jeff Rense brought that up.)

        • digitalaardvarks digitalaardvarks

          it's already in the southern hemisphere and the atlantic or i'd be going there

      • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

        Wippy plant 🙂


    Breaking: US Weather Service issues excessive heat warning for Oklahoma, Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi. Heat index 110-115°. [current]
    Texas- +100-113° excessive heat warning
    [current for 67 counties].

    Phoenix- 110° excessive heat warning [last 5 days]

    Toronto- 93.4° extreme heat alert issued on July 31, 2015

    As of Saturday, Aug 8, 30 million people in the US were under extreme heat advisories. How long before blackouts. And then panic.
    Gasser said " how long before we all go under"? It is not an issue of what is causing all this planetary chaos, all tipping points have collided. Game over.

  • We Not They Finally

    Of UV-B radiation, Wigington said it is now up to 60% of total sunshine, where it used to be just 5%. They don't "manage" solar radiation. They boil the ionosphere with HAARP, poking holes in the atmosphere, letting IN harmful radiation. Then they shower us with deadly aluminum nano-particles which don't block out anything but our source of vitamin D, our oxygen, and any chance at good health.

    Some Dr. Strangelove nut case scientists, apparently also deliberately drained a protective Van Allen Belt around the Earth, which further removed any natural protections. They thought it was just a big nuisance. Interfered with their satellites and it was hard for astronauts to fly through. Apparently it's ALL just become a big nuisance!: plants, animals, people, the water, the air, the earth, the food. Sometimes I feel myself swinging wildly between compassion to the point of tears, and mantras that I am not a part of this, I will not collude, I will not participate, I will rise above. I don't know how it all ever balances out within, but I always want to be human enough to try.

  • DeadAhead

    For those of you following our economic implosion and deflationary cycle that's already at our shores [sarc] here is a good read on what's going on http://www.thedailysheeple.com/economic-reality-now-catching-up-to-market-fantasy_082015

    • DUDe DisasterInterpretationDissorder

      This week i'm gonne finally stock up a bit..before the masses do..

      • cosmic charlie cosmic charlie

        You can live over a month without food but only three days without water.

        • unincredulous unincredulous

          That's a good idea. I'll stock up, too. On my budget, I'll buy a can of spam, and two bottles of spring water, and a teaspoon of zeolite

          • Marcie

            Unincredulous….that is how I feel, too. I start to try to "prepare", which sadly does include spam, and it is so draining and overwhelming. What exactly will we need when nothing is working? For how long? How many relatives should I make preparations for? What about the others? Is there any point in prolonging the agony? Economic collapse and radiation contamination of EVERYTHING, what a combination that is.

        • GOM GOM

          Good point. Water has to be #1 concern. Now. Often overlooked, what happens if grid fails, prolonged heat incidents..?

          • earthsmith earthsmith

            As a last resort type deal always remember your water heater holds many gallons of water. Not the cleanest but can be drained and filtered. Would be advisable to turn off valve (asap) at the meter to stop even more contaminated water from entering when grid fails.

  • DUDe DisasterInterpretationDissorder

    All the victims corpses should be peacefully unloaded on the doorstep of the "regulators" and the rest of the chain of perpetrators..

  • cosmic charlie cosmic charlie

    Welcome to the new dark ages
    Your shift starts at midnight
    You pay your own wages

    The Radiators


    Ok…..here we go the ladder of die offs are progressing pretty rapidly now.
    Next up the ladder is what?…….reptiles, or mammals?

    • Ki11more Ki11more

      Marine, land and air mammals already being take out big time…..wait till this becomes fully undeniable…… There will be a huge uptick in deaths…..oh wait thats already happening too….its just not being covered in any comprehensive way…..one privately funded documentary exploring this could blow the lid on this disaster…..sadly most are too busy shopping to take notice…..sadly the flock of sheep are like frogs in hot water…..it'll be far too late by the time they rub the sleep from their eyes…..little hope for most……Its already horrific…..the stench of death really is all around us…..sadly we just got used to the smell instead of looking at the cause……we'll never make it to Earth 2.0 and that's probably for the best cause we havent got it right at home first….

  • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

    Greed by all guarantees it! 🙁

    No ..Earth 2.0.

  • Cisco Cisco

    I've been up since 5:30am EST (dark then), now it's 7:02am (sunrise). Only one bird chipped 2 minutes ago, 2X. Now like from 5:30am to 7:02am, eerily quite.

    • GOM GOM

      We have 2 cardinals that never leave the same tree..being fed by a old man dying of cancer. I feel what you are saying.

    • unincredulous unincredulous

      They're all at a meeting: A fundraiser for reverse osmosis water filters, and HEPA filters for the next mating season's nests. There's a speaker explaining how to charm your way into people's survival shelters, and avoiding getting eaten once you are in.

  • Wooster

    Has anyone done any tests to see what effect radiation has on the organisms at the bottom of the food chain?

    If radiation can cause mutations and death at the top of the food chain, what effect must it be having at the bottom?

    There is such a deafening silence from the MSM about this that I can only presume that an order has come from on high never to mention the R word in relation to these mammal and bird deaths to prevent panic.

  • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

    Yes, you can be sure an order has come from on high.. never to mention radiation.

    We are all animals and/or plants and the negative effects will eventually be the same everywhere and that is a given..there will be no Earth 2.0.

    The ultimate poison would be one that you can not see, taste or smell and one that can invade all areas secretly and silently without your knowledge.

    I give you Manmade Radiation Contamination in all forms now spreading worldwide..

    There is no fix for the damage being done..only decay principles in play..the planet's fate is sealed.

  • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

    There will be biological natural selection going forward and inside nature the weakest are/will be rejected..to die.

    The mistake is when all are deformed and/or weak created by Nuclear Industrial poisons..all will be rejected and/or die..Gen 4 will/may not ever occur or happen. We see this happening now.

    Throwing out of control Nuclear dice on/all over the planet guarantees it. 🙁

  • lukeskywalker lukeskywalker

    The amount of "apocalyptic" events in the world today is mind boggling. I believe this "acceleration" is taking place now.
    The food chain obviously is being destroyed, and it took place at
    the molecular level first, then algae, fish, seals, etc. , humans
    next. God help us ( except for the diabolical a_holes who love money
    more than life).

    • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

      We have a problem and it has been driven by progress greed at all levels of our society and culture worldwide. The progress party has started and there appears to be no way to stop it.

      The Earth's axis has shifted and the planet's wobble is off and this is allowing for additional sun rays on areas of the Earth that are not used to getting them. Also the changes in the wobble have affected the ocean currents which in turn has changed the weather patterns.

      Now our Nuclear adventure has been a failure since day one and our oil adventure has also been a dismal disaster. The institutional greed at all levels trumped any common sense concerning either of these technologies and their current applications. The 80 richest families own 50% of the total world wealth and they have driven the planet to extinction by luring the common man with carrots and bangles for their own greedy profit taking at all levels in all societies and cultures.

      How did our intellectuals not know the damage that sucking billions of barrels of oil/weight out of the Earth and burning it into the atmosphere would do to the ecosystems. They knew but the money was too good.

      How did our Nuclear intellectuals not know what/the damage foreign not of this Earth radioactive isotopes released all over the planet in wanton abandoned would do? They knew and they did it anyway because the money and control was too good.

      What still comith this way "will be" a total eco collapse and it will happen very…

    • GOM GOM

      Stop with the god reference.

  • rogerthat

    this is on SBS TV in Australia now:



    9.40pm – 11.45pmSBS
    Using masterfully restored footage from recently declassified images, we tell a powerful story of the most destructive invention in human history. From the earliest testing stages to its use as the ultimate chess piece in global politics, the program outlines how America developed the bomb, how it changed the world and how it continues to loom large in our lives. The show also includes interviews with prominent historians and government insiders, along with men and women who helped build the weapon piece by piece.

  • oldster

    A nurse told me recently that three of her nieces and nephews, all under forty, had thyroid cancer. I'm on an organic farm in Ontario and our place is normally a mecca for monarch butterflies. I've seen perhaps six this year. Could be one, reappearing….Fewer potato bugs than any of the past 40 years, but that is not good news either….

  • rogerthat

    and this preceded it:



    8.35pm – 9.40pmSBS HD
    Australian-born physicist Dr Derek Muller unleashes a historian's passion for detail and a physicist's understanding of science to tell the incredible story of the rock that shaped the modern world. From its creation in an exploding star before Earth existed, to its deployment in nuclear weapons, nuclear power and nuclear medicine, this three-part series reveals how, in a single generation, uranium went from something virtually unknown to becoming the most desirable and terrifying rock on Earth.

  • *AHA!
    So, the birds are. "starving to death."
    Or, maybe, "they ingested a toxin.", or specifically, a biotoxin

    But, wait a minute; isn't this the same story, "Science", told of fish, and whales, and sea lions, and seals, and everything else that lives in and by the sea? Didn't they just substitute fish or sea lion or seal, etc…, with bird? It sure reads like the very same story with very same wording.

    "Science", is now a non-reasoning broken record.

    • GOM GOM

      You are hilarius. NOT. My only hope is that Stock will intervene to save this site. My beloved Economic Collapse Blog was taken over by moronic religious beliefs. Now the site owner just rolls with it. Pathetic. I would shut a site down before letting this happen, but that is just me.

      • HillbillyHoundDog HillbillyHoundDog

        Anne, let it go.

        Love ya.

      • haizedustrium-1234 haizedustrium-1234

        January 13, 2014 at 2:45 pm Log in to Reply

        "Look, we are all on the edge, I get it. But if someone is a little confused about an issue, shouldn't you at least try to help without going all ballistic? Go get a beer or something."

        Please pardon me for using your advise. I need soft skills. My jacket and t-shirt will read the same : "Love & Peace"
        I cannot wear a t-shirt which says "Hate & War" with a "Love & Peace" jacket on. Nope.

        There should be room for discussions and differences in a condusive atmosphere.

      • Dr. Anne Lee Tomlinson Maziar PraisingTruth

        GOM, your remarks are rather funny. If I remember correctly, Anne Beck is a staunch atheist, not a holy roller.

        Anyway, there is very good science, and there is paid for science that is political or economic propaganda.

        • Dr. Anne Lee Tomlinson Maziar PraisingTruth

          Sometimes science is sometimes used for good and sometimes for evil. Many times science is used to make some people a lot of money without regard to the people who are hurt in the process.

      • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

        GOM, One theory is that a spontaneous growth of nothing into something expanded faster than the speed of light (hyper-inflationary beginnings) and has been following the law of entropy with highly specialized cognizant beings as part of this grand winding down to boring equilibrium. Another theory says a universal super intelligence created the whole thing. Both theories are pretty astounding and seemingly implausible. A third possibility is alluded to by Einsteins findings that time is uber relative and not a constant at all. Time purely depends on the state of the observer. Thus all theories like creationism, free will, even cause and effect and "law of karma" are null, moot, i.e. unsubstantiated and unsupported by the actual known universe, and that instead things just "are", it is what it is. Einstein said the reason for time was to keep everything from happening at once…an observation position only…

        Thus the emotional reaction to religion is just that, an emotional reaction

        • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

          There is only ..the now! 🙂

          • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

            Time does depend on the observer.
            Observe 'daylight savings' time change.
            What time is it?
            But time can be observed by 'change'.

            Literally, the passing of the seasons, and the geological material laid down through the age, the light from the stars ..show this 'change'.

            The ancient beginning long ago/and presently ..our cells part of the original and present matrix.
            Which beings it back to science.

            • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

              Like a swiss clock time moves forward in very orderly fashion, but what we do "now" will have the greatest impact on all those tomorrows that highly tuned swiss clock brings.

              Now appears to be in trouble..just saying.

            • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

              Typo .."brings" it back to science.
              It brings it back to Humans and their failure to understand on all levels ..their place and how their workings effect the environment around them ..this 'creation'.

              • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

                uhh..ohh. a rant got loose.


                • earthsmith earthsmith

                  'Observing Change'
                  Another body, a particle of matter has,
                  This body, a cosmo of great delight.
                  To know the nature of everything,
                  Its three aspects separated with might.
                  Form and function, this heaven's made;
                  The world man sees only from his mind.
                  The great change, heaven and man abide,
                  But man misses the void of the great sublime.
                  -Shao Yong-

        • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

          to say "what is, is" is a truth. Man adds "what is, is because" thus adding a qualifier he/she thinks rounds out the understanding, and even gives meaning. What he most often doesnt realize is that the word "because" relies on the idea of time. Nobody says I dropped my glass because the milk spilled when it broke on the floor, its always the other way around. But time does not actually move forward in a fixed orderly fashion. No two things are moving forward at the same time, even the cells and atoms in your body. Science teaches us that from a certain perspective two events separated in our idea of time actually occur at the same time. Moreover there are places with no time at all. How can a creator create something that already exists in no time? Thus all anthropocentric ideas of cosmology, religion, ethics and so on are faulty in the respect that they rely on a presumed idea; the idea that time is the steady flowing universal stream upon which events occur. This idea has been proven false since Einstein discovered that time and space are but two aspects of the same thing, the space-time continuum. Both gravity and velocity influence the rate of time.

          Thus it can be seen that the statement "the universe is" is true while "the universe is because" is not true, whether the principle emotionally held to is religion or even cause and effect science which says nothing spontaneously exploded into something and has been on a downward path to static equilibrium…

          • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

            …and somewhere along the way atoms just happened to coalesce into brains and consciousness was born. Sounds as silly as religion doesnt it?

            This also answers the age old conundrum of free will, believers of which must deny the interconnectedness, through both time and space and the more essential uni-time-space, of timelessness being. They fear this reduces their individuality and sense of self. It does

            • earthsmith earthsmith

              meditation is the only way to escape the prison of science/religion
              meditation is the only way to escape the bind of space/time
              everything is everywhere and everywhere is everything
              the coalescence of it all is to enter the great void

              • haizedustrium-1234 haizedustrium-1234

                "Both gravity and velocity influence the rate of time."
                We take a paricle moving from Machi in Japan to Cecil in Africa and it takes T time to complete. When the Brownian Motion halts movement and leaves the particle in suspension, counteracting movement in any direction we call that T1. When the particle moves we call it T2. T = T1 + T2. The fact that T1 was not influenced by gravity or velocity, but other factors, is remeniscent that the same time period T1 has a different meaning to T than what it has to itself and T2.
                That is called relativity.

                • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

                  haiz, Im trying to follow the non-time dilation relativity concept. Is this correct:
                  if D=distance, V=velocity, T=time, then;

                  brownian motion caused V=0 for "an instant" where
                  V=D/T, rearrange to T=D/V thus time is zero?

                  Ah, but not for long though (joke, since there is no change in no time). This is also a quantum thing; when the speed is zero, the particle is not really anyplace. For an infinite instant that particle was REALLY tripped out! It reminds me of the old Greek conundrum; when traveling from point A to point B, there is a half way mark where obviously one hasnt completed the journey. But no matter how far you go, there is still another half way point, thus no completion of travel should be possible. I have found this true in everyday examples like house cleaning.

                  Anyway, if consciousness is somehow connected to brain particles, many particles must reach the zero V infinite space condition. At the other extreme, a rider on a light beam can go anywhere in no time, thus the universe is not so big after all. Somewhere in between is a consciousness smeared over different nows and spaces…being in the moment is a myth, rather our experience of the uni-verse is a gestalt of a consciousness moving rather slowly through space time…

                  • haizedustrium-1234 haizedustrium-1234


                    T1=D1/V1 T2=D2/V2 proves T = D1/V1 + D2/V2 is not totally dependant on a motionless object. Tt will keep on clocking and be waiting on arrival. Gravity is equal on both sides of the equation and can be omitted. (Don't carry your children when they can walk by themselves)

                    • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

                      haiz, T1 contribution to Tt is zero only in respect to observational position of T2, certainly not the particle in zone T1 which is in happy infinity land. (with that definition, everything is fluxing to universal wave probability all the time) thus "the same time period T1 has a different meaning to T than what it has to itself and T2"

                      This is reminiscent of light speed. We could "see" a light beam taking 27 thousand light years to get from here to the center of our galaxy, but to light frame it was zero time. Thus the universe has no size for "the illuminator" (when thine eye be single -observation T1?- thy body shall be filled with light?) But what is the more realistic reference frame? Light "speed" I should think and perhaps T1, zero speed. Its the in-between-ers that seem stuck in illusion, the religious, the scientists… Who knew brownian motion was the path to enlightenment or that k-40 annihilates radicals with antimatter?

                    • haizedustrium-1234 haizedustrium-1234

                      My cacophrenic apperception of relativity is that it will always remain relative. That formula is only applicable for the purpose.
                      Time in its entirety is not dependant on D/V, but can can be expressed in terms of it. (Not usefull when it is 1 trillionth trillionth trillionth of a second) When you travel from NY to Vegas in your auto, stop time is T1 and cannot be expressed in terms of speed or distance. Average time will include it though. T = Time stopped + T2. If a zero speed time is essential for the calculation, time is independant to speed or distance and can only be relatively expressed. Lets do Aunavoz on the theory of negativity.

              • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

                earthsmith…ah, NOW I see how you could say hydrogen flowed from U3 to U4 but didnt flow anywhere and you never said it did even though you did!

                "everything is everywhere and everywhere is everything"

                just dont give your guru your cash…Thus speaketh Codaji

    • bo bo

      Again.. I think AnneBeck is using sarcasm.. it's a literary effect.
      It helps to accentuate a message.

    • Jebus Jebus

      All I see is a tell.

      There was not one inkling of religion in AnneBeck's statement.

      She was merely relating to the other similar stories by other scientists.

      I was not aware that the "site" needs to be "saved"… Pun included.

      I should pay more attention…

  • West Aussie West Aussie

    Thanks to all trusted enenewsers for looking in on my blog and any references thereof! 🙂
    I heard that 150 billion animals are slaughtered a year to keep us fed.
    People in the 'civilized' world just don't seem to grasp that replenishing that kind of biota needs a whole and healthy ecosystem to provide. Instead they keep on allowing themselves to be lied to and develop a kind (to them) and fantastic reality that bears no resemblance to what their real circumstances are.
    The real circumstances can be found here or at http://agreenroad.blogspot.com.au/
    Cheers to all as the grim news continues…..

  • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

    😉 Cheers to all as the grim "reaper" continues…..on the fly too!

    • Obewan; wanna bet at least one story, this week, will tell how these sea-birds are now dying of, "avian-flu"?
      == just like chickens and other fowl have, all over the world, this past year.

      And I am beginning to wonder if avian-flu was ever a real thing.

      • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

        AnneBeck, you are correct and all scientists and also most religious people are starting too scramble, and they should, since we have done some great damage to this Planet Earth is a very short time.

        All equal and all guilty and there will be no where to run or hide in these fast approaching days.

        No one is coming down to save any of us..we are all on our own!

        Choose wisely..says he.

  • jackassrig

    Black bulb in my area 93.7 degF holding steady.

  • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

    Not enough herring for the herring gulls.
    What has Humanity done?

    NOAA: Young herring “suddenly disappear” from Pacific, no one can find them; “This is an enigma, something’s happened” — Millions of missing salmon raising alarms; “Very odd… Very strange… Most different year ever… It looks really bad” — Fishermen catching only huge numbers of jellyfish (VIDEO)

    July 6 2015


  • Jebus Jebus

    The largest ever pulse of unstable xenon gas, unstable iodine gas, and radionuclide particulates in history, was released into the atmosphere, on 3/11/11.

    The largest ever pulse of industrial and retail, solid and liquid chemicals, in history, was released into the ocean, on 3/11/11.

    The largest ever pulse of manmade volumes of solid waste, in history, was released into the ocean, on 3/11/11.

    The largest ever pulse of toxic radionuclides unknown, in history, was released into the ocean, on 3/11/11.

    And continues to this day…

    The Ocean has/is been/being dosed and ionized like never before.

    The atmosphere has/is been/being dosed and ionized like never before.

    And we were already in certain trouble before 3/11/11.

    What is science?

  • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

    Isn't the Navy doing maneuvers off Alaska?
    Off to defend from view ,more dying waters?

  • jackassrig

    Why are all those pictures of planets always perfect spheres? In my world much machining or grinding is necessary to produce a perfect circle or sphere. Neptune is round, Venus is round, Saturn is round, Jupiter is round, etc. Could be the lenses.

  • Nick

    We will flick from one dreaded bacterium to another, trying to "treat" the disease; so too will we volley viruses back and forth throughout the food chain. Meanwhile, entire other industries will cash out on invasive black mold that we really have no clue as to why it thrives, besides being able to utilize melanin in capturing energy directly from radiation Outside the visible spectrum.

    Crops will be attacked by new spores of fungi, whither and die on the vine…

    Those who know these facts are few.

    Pay attention to the bigger picture.

    • "besides being able to utilize melanin in capturing energy directly from radiation"

      I was sent this resin encapsulated sample of black fungus like material. It has reportedly come from somewhere in the Minamisoma area Japan. A contact in Japan sent a friend this sample. This is my test chart of it.

      For those of you who have not looked at a chart like this before. The position of the peaks in a the chart indicate what isotopes are present. This fungus started growing on the concrete, and rock surfaces in Japan after the Fukushima Nuclear disaster. It appears to be bio-accumulating Cesium.


      Update on the possible weight of the Black Fungus sample from Japan. This comment was posted on a forum discussing this test.

      "I'm an expert on weighing objects (sell scales, use different ones daily, some precise to .01g). Fungus in that form does not appear to hold too much water weight and would likely weigh less than a gram given the scale. If it jis thin and flakey type fungus, it may be under .25-.5g. Is it thick like a mushroom cap or more like lichen? I've only observed extremely thin fungi growing on concrete, and I would err on the very low side. My best guess is .3g."

      My reply

      That means the black fungus sample from Japan is very, very, hot.

      Test results 117 Bg Cs-137 and 58 Bq Cs-134

      117 + 58 = 175 Bq x (1000 grams/0.3 grams) = 583,333 Bq/Kg of…

  • here is a list of all Federal agencies by letter of alphabet.

    For A it looks like around 50, so are there 1250 total agencies?

    Shouldn't this be more like 30 agencies total.

    If someone can grind through the whole list and put in one text or word doc and email to me I will post at nuke pro


    send to stock@hawaii.rr.com

  • Subject: Tell ExxonMobil: Drop ALEC Now!

    Shell Oil just dropped ALEC. Now it's time to push ExxonMobil to also cut ties with the notorious climate denial group. Sign the pledge to tell ExxonMobil to put its money where its mouth is and drop ALEC now! http://act.climatetruth.org/sign/exxon_drop_alec/?sp_ref=141262911.170.14990.e.61618.2&referring_akid=894.176796.Qe4wl3&source=email


    Final thought:

    What a waste of time and energy..

  • SadieDog

    Toxic water spliced from mine into a CO river has reached Utah…

  • from a distance from a distance

    And here you have it. Proof that these dangerous radionuclides were not in the world prior to nuclear energy, etc. →

    The pro-nukes have a hard time grasping that simple fact.

    “Eisenbud points out that the world Inventory of radioactive materials prior to World War II, both In the environment and in the laboratory, was confined to those which occurred in nature, with the exception of a relatively few millicuries of radioactivity produced in cyclotrons during the late 1930's.

    Construction of large nuclear reactors during the war
    and the associated operations for extracting plutonium from irradiated uranium resulted in the first extensive occasions for contaminating the environment with radioactive substances.”


    ^^^ excellent, excellent doc if you like to learn ^^^

    Written in 1967 showing how much they ALREADY KNEW back then !

  • Cdog Cdog

    Virtually no seagulls in Santa Cruz which is like saying their are no rats. Can't blame this fact on the sardine and anchovy crashes as seagulls eat everything. Flying south for the winter? Been gone for years and it's summer. Growing up in SC it's impossible not to notice as seagulls were the most prolific of all the locale life. To not notice you'd literally have to have your head buried in the sand.

  • from a distance from a distance

    This website is a fundraiser for billboards, radio spots, etc. to educate people about Fukushima.

    They also promote ENENEWS hugely.

    At least they are TRYING to do something instead of just blah, blah, blahing 🙂

    "Our Goal is to Make this Information Public Knowledge by Purchasing Digital Bill Board Space, Radio Spots and any additional means of effective Advertising. Lamar Advertising prices start at $1,000 per Month per Sign. They are digital displays that change every 8 seconds, we would share the bill boards with only 5 other advertisers at a time giving us about 40,000 Impressions per month. This is cheaper than the Printed signs. If We must start with one location at a time we will. Please call All Talk Radio Shows and FM Talk Shows and give them this Web Address: "


  • DeadAhead

    Thanks nuclear It's a gift that keeps on giving-http://www.rt.com/news/311976-chernobyl-exclusion-zone-fire/

  • TheBigPicture TheBigPicture


    Continual mass die-offs (( with no end in sight )).

  • DeadAhead

    Looks like Santa's village is safe for now https://sunriseswansong.wordpress.com/2015/08/03/arctic-sea-ice-not-all-its-cracked-up-to-be/ The air doesn’t understand it is politically incorrect for it to be cold. Instead it obeys higher law, called The Truth. And the poet Keats was right when he said Truth is beauty.

  • cannotdo1 cannotdo1

    all i see is crows everywhere in se in west in nw. and i am thankful to see em. dont get me wrong. my grandad even had a talking crow. occasionaly i see a fly. i do not even want to kill it no matter how annoying it gets. i think how thankful i am there is a housefly after a year or so of none. Is that crazy? http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-3041695/No-birdsong-Fukishima-Dramatic-decline-birds-linked-radiation-2011-disaster.html

    • shamwow shamwow

      We were in Vancouver and on Vancouver Island and noticed the same thing this summer. No birds just crows. We saw some eagles in creek beds on the island but no chirping of song birds.

      We usually get woken up by the birds in our area of Pa. That is why we were amazed that with windows open we woke up and did not hear anything. Very scary.

  • General User General User

    Any one working on stocks list (noted above)?

    I should have it compiled within the hour.

    Peace All

  • Cdog Cdog

    I mentioned no seagulls, but I failed to also point out that the just about the only other birds I do see in SC are crows also. Crows on the beach! How crazy is that!

    • PlowboyGrownUp

      Crows may be running short of food inland. Growing up, I saw crows eating only vegetable items, no meat. Now I see them eating at dead animals, chicken bones, and fire ant larvae.

      • Crows may be the SMARTEST birds that there are.. They would be the last birds to die, because they can adapt to changing food, climate and other factors, better than just about anything else.

        When the crows disappear, that is a REALLY BAD sign..

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