Massive die-offs reported in Pacific Ocean — Officials: “No fish out there, anywhere, over a very large area”… “What’s happening? Where’s their food?” — “Alarming… Frightening… Total failure in reproduction… Like nothing we’ve ever observed before” (VIDEO)

Published: March 16th, 2017 at 2:35 pm ET


KTUU, Feb 14, 2017 (emphasis added): Following last year’s massive die-off of Alaskan seabirds, scientists still looking for answers… “Geographically and that it lasted a year, that’s unprecedented, [Kathy Kuletz, a biologist with US Fish & Wildlife Service]… “it’s certainly well over a hundred thousand and it could go many times that.”… “I would say possibly hundreds of thousands were killed… Almost always it’s been starvation… Sea birds are top predators,” [Heather Renner, biologist with Alaska Maritime National Wildlife Refuge] said. “They’re sort of sentinels for our environment. They have definitely let us know that there’s change going on in the ocean ecosystem”… Renner says [the birds had an] exceptionally low birthing season… This reproductive die-off meant a “total failure” of murre reproduction that year… “The reproductive die off is something we’ve never seen in murres before, widespread. The refuge (AMNWR) has been monitoring these colonies for 4 decades and it’s like nothing we’ve ever observed before,” Renner said…

AP, Feb 10, 2017: [T]ens of thousands of common murres… starved and washed ashore on beaches from California to Alaska… “it’s because there’s no fish out there, anywhere, over a very large area,” [John Piatt, biologist for the U.S. Geological Survey] said. To see such effect over two sizeable marine ecosystems is extraordinary, he said… Common murres eat small forage fish [which] were largely absent when the National Marine Fisheries Service conducted surveys in summer 2015… A conservative extrapolation indicates 500,000 or more common murres died, Piatt said. Nearly all were emaciated… “In 2016, we had widespread breeding failure at all of the colonies in the Gulf of Alaska, as well as the Bering Sea,” Renner said. “It was a highly unusual event. Murres don’t fail regularly.”… “They died of starvation because there was no food,” Piatt said. “There was no food because there was no fish.”…

KYUK, Jan 25, 2017: “The birds were underweight to the point of starvation,” [Shannon Atkinson of the University of Alaska Fairbanks] said. The number of starved murres, and the length of their die-off, was something no one had seen before, but murres in the Gulf of Alaska were not the only seabirds to die in large numbers last year. Tufted puffins in the Bering Sea also showed up on beaches in large numbers… Scientists struggled to understand why a bird that spends most of the winter offshore eating fish would fly to the coast to die of starvation on the beach… research showed a link between the starving birds and trawl surveys that came up empty, or with only a few of the forage fish normally eaten by murres… “The main result to take away from this is the catch per unit effort for all of these species was very close to zero, meaning that the forage fish was simply not there,” Atkinson said.

KUCB, Dec 7, 2016: In the past two months, 300 dead puffins have washed up on St. Paul Island, alarming residents who had only seen six carcasses over the last decade… scientists say it could be the sign of a much larger ecosystem problem… [The co-director of St. Paul’s Ecosystem Conservation Office said] ‘There are dead puffins everywhere.’… The carcasses came ashore in waves… [Lauren Divine, co-director of St. Paul’s Ecosystem Conservation Office] said the extent of the die-off was frightening… “After we opened up the first five, it was very apparent that all of them were emaciated,” she said. “Their muscles were completely atrophied. They had empty stomachs. They had gastrointestinal bleeding, which indicates severe long-term starvation. They were in very, very poor shape… So we started digging into this more,” said Divine. “What is happening? Where is their food?“… [T]he ECO office is also seeing signs of stress in other species. [Divine] said the island’s seabirds laid barely any eggs this season, hunters had a hard time finding sea lions, and crab quotas were cut sharply after a survey showed low numbers.

Watch KTVA’s broadcast here

Published: March 16th, 2017 at 2:35 pm ET


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163 comments to Massive die-offs reported in Pacific Ocean — Officials: “No fish out there, anywhere, over a very large area”… “What’s happening? Where’s their food?” — “Alarming… Frightening… Total failure in reproduction… Like nothing we’ve ever observed before” (VIDEO)

  • Sol Man

    The world has the One Ocean.

    • Like the human embryo, embryonic sea life including fish eggs, are hypersensitive to radioactive contamination. These damaged embryoes/eggs don't result in new viable sea life.

      So if the small sea creatures, which have a much shorter life cycle, don't reproduce in large numbers, the larger creatures up the food chain die of starvation and disease.

      I realize a lot of the regulars here have seen this post a number of times, and are fully aware of this dynamic. This is to help those who are new here.

      • "Right now, Parrish says the major force at work is a big patch of warm water called the Blob, and it’s affecting the entire marine ecosystem."

        The Blob is the present catch cry of scientists and the media to deflect from the real cause of this environmental catastrophe!

        The average person will read this and accept it as fact, without doing any research.

        • A huge amount of airborne radiation contamination is continually being released from the Fukushima catastrophe site. It has been going on for six years now. This is changing the electrical properties of the upper atmosphere!

          If Krypton-85 continues to increase, changes in such atmospheric processes and properties as atmospheric electric conductivity, ion current, the Earth’s magnetic field, formation of cloud condensation nuclei and 57 aerosols, and frequency of lightning may result and thus disturb the Earth’s heat balance and precipitation patterns."


          This article provides more evidence to support my view that the Fukushima Nuclear Catastrophe has damaged the upper atmosphere, caused ozone damage, and created significant weather changes.


          These Krypton-85 induced consequences call for Krypton-85 monitoring.



          Large amounts of krypon-85 are continually being released from the Fukushima catastrophe site!

          Fukushima Diary – Update: 25th May 2015 – Still 960,000Bq Cs-134/137 and 2,336,000,000Bq noble gas discharged from reactors to the air every single hour


          Regarding noble gas (such as Kr-85), PCV (Primary Containment Vessel) gas control system detected 2,336,000,000 Bq of gas discharged from Reactor 1-3 every hour this April. Tepco states noble gas passes by as radioactive cloud to cause only external exposure so the exposure dose caused by…

          • Tepco states noble gas passes by as radioactive cloud to cause only external exposure so the exposure dose caused by the discharged noble gas should be significantly small.


            • The serious biosphere damage caused by the Fukushima catastrophe is multi dynamic!

              Since Fukushima, more damaging UV is now also reaching the Earths surface. There maybe other contributing elements to this serious UV damage, but the radioactive contamination from Fukushima, the atmospheric bomb testing era, and all the nuclear reactor releases around the world are major contributors. This atmosphere damage means more damaging UV is reaching the earth's surface!

              Climate threat from nuclear bombs research


              “In addition, the ozone layer, which protects the surface of the Earth from harmful ultraviolet radiation, would be depleted by 40% over many inhabited areas and up to 70% at the poles.”


              This nuclear war study, indicates ozone damage. Fukushima is releasing and has released large amounts of atmospheric radiation, by some estimates equal to thousands of nuclear bombs. I would say Fukushima is not generating as much soot as their simulation. UV levels here can now frequently reach high to extreme levels in both the Northern and Southern Hemispheres, during spring and summer. During these events it is suggested, if possible, to stay out of the sun, or wear good UV rated sunglasses and protective clothing. This independent testing shows, UV-B was only 5% of the sunshine reaching us, it is now up to 60%.


              These extreme UV levels would also be damaging plants and animals, plus it also can…

              • These extreme UV levels would also be damaging plants and animals, plus it also can potentially create virus and plant mutations. There is independent testing, indicating that more damaging UVC is also now reaching the Earth’s surface. (The studies linked below don’t take into account UVC atmospheric penetration.) The large number of Northern hemisphere multiple species die offs that are being reported, are possibly occurring because of a combination of ecosystem bio-accumulation of radioactive isotope contamination, chemical toxins, and from increase UV levels.

                Outside of the radioactive contamination hot spots in Japan, increased oceanic and terrestrial UV radiation levels proportionally may be causing more ecosystem damage than radioactive isotopes surface fallout. The resultant increased levels of UVB and UVC that are now reaching the Earth’s surface are directly damaging individual organisms, and significantly impacting the oceanic and terrestrial food supply.



    • Ice Wall Not Working; Fukushima Getting Worse And Worse, Multiple Molten Cores Still Fissioning, Iodine 131, Cesium, Strontium Levels Spiking Up, Being Hidden And Covered Up

    • Ytuber connectingdots2

      Like the human embryo, embryonic sea life including fish eggs, are hypersensitive to radioactive contamination. These damaged embryo's/eggs don't result in new viable sea life….however all those that do are now Cancer proof as shown by Chernobyl event where certain wildlife was found to be alive & thriving even though levels exceed 5000 times above acceptable fact catfish can be seen thriving in the spent fuel pools at Chernobyl. Off the coast of Japan fish have been found alive with levels 5500 times above the legal food limit.

      With all this Online talk of Fukushima being responsible for the death of the Pacific ocean yet not a single test result to prove radiation has killed anything except for some people's common-sense. FYI..I'm the guy who actually bought 2 geigers in 2011 and travel back & forth across Canada doing fallout readings and when I found Fuku in rain fallout on two occasions people were saying I was nuts but folks assume the Pacific ocean is dead, which it's not otherwise the price of seafood would have sky-rocketed yet it hasn't, secondly we'd be hearing of all the these fishermen now out of work due to lack of fish int he ocean but were not. I'm a common-sense person so I'm now raising funds, halfway there in fact to buy a Gamma spectrometer to do live testing of seafood/marine life along the West Coast as i live 8 minutes front the beach…on Vancouver Island BC, Canada

  • Sol Man

    Agreed, we have never observed THIS before!
    You're a scientist, right?

  • danger kitty danger kitty

    Yes, the world has the One Ocean. Now that One Ocean has R.A.I.D.S.
    Will people notice?

  • Dr. Anne Lee Tomlinson Maziar Dr. Anne Lee Tomlinson Maziar

    28 Feb – 14 March, mass animal die offs:
    14th March 2017 – 5,000 goldfish found dead in a lagoon in Western Australia.
    14th March 2017 – Thousands of dead fish appear 'due to winter ice' in a lake in Sivas, Turkey.
    14th March 2017 – Thousands of dead fish found in a canal in Tainan, Taiwan.
    13th March 2017 – 6,200 hens killed due to avian flu in Koshi, Nepal.
    13th March 2017 – 4,000+ chickens killed due to avian flu in Cao Bang, Vietnam.
    11th March 2017 – 40 dead turtles found since January along the coast of Uruguay.
    9th March 2017 – 650,000 birds killed since January, due to avian flu in Taiwan.
    9th March 2017 – Thousands of cattle dead due from wildfires in Kansas, America.
    8th March 2017 – Hundreds of cattle dead from wildfires on the plains of Colorado, America.
    8th March 2017 – 23,000 birds killed due to avian flu in Quang Ngai, Vietnam.
    8th March 2017 – Several dead leopard sharks found washed ashore on a beach in California, America.
    8th March 2017 – 10,000 dead fish found in dried up stream in Senftenberg, Germany.
    7th March 2017 – 3 more dead dolphins found washed up on beaches in Southern England.
    6th March 2017 – Tens of thousands of birds killed due to avian flu in Tennessee, America.
    3rd March 2017 – Massive die off of fish found in a lagoon in Cordoba, Spain.
    3rd March 2017 – 55,000 birds killed due to avian flu in Suffolk, England.

    • Dr. Anne Lee Tomlinson Maziar Dr. Anne Lee Tomlinson Maziar

      2nd March 2017 – Large die off of fish in a river in Vaxjo, Sweden.
      1st March 2017 – Massive die off of fish in a lake in Afyonkarahisar Province, Turkey.
      28th February 2017 – 9 TONS of dead fish found floating in the sea by fishermen in Zhejiang, China.
      28th February 2017 – TONS of dead fish found washed up along the beaches of Apetlon, Austria.

    • Your a despicable creature and your off topic ,650,000 farm birds killed since January, due to avian flu is not a mass die off Moron !

      None of the animals slash birds on your list has anything to do with animals that starved to death , monster .

      The fact that your trying to conflate farmers bird flu with animals that starved to death in the wild is some serious creepy little pro nuke troll shithead stuff yea .

      Your should tell us your name and birthday so we can sing happy birthday to you :O) Come on do it for the nice people .

      • Dr. Anne Lee Tomlinson Maziar Dr. Anne Lee Tomlinson Maziar

        Nuclear radiation destroys the immune system. It is surely involved with avian flu as is every other disease on the planet.

        All these fish I posted also died of nuclear radiation. Your attack against an anti-nuclear activist is extremely strange.

        Dr. Anne Lee Tomlinson Maziar
        March 16, 2017 at 3:52 pm Log in to Reply

        2nd March 2017 – Large die off of fish in a river in Vaxjo, Sweden.
        1st March 2017 – Massive die off of fish in a lake in Afyonkarahisar Province, Turkey.
        28th February 2017 – 9 TONS of dead fish found floating in the sea by fishermen in Zhejiang, China.
        28th February 2017 – TONS of dead fish found washed up along the beaches of Apetlon, Austria.

      • Ytuber connectingdots2

        Dana the ONLY disgusting person here is YOU, for having accepted THOUSANDS of dollars in Donations tarting back in August 2014 after telling folks in your Ytube videos back THEN how the Pacific ocean was dead and that you were out to prove it by taking marine samples to have them tested,,,you accepted thousands from Geoff Palko and he even put a lean on his house for you to buy that Zodiac boat all BECAUSE he believed as others that you're goal was to do testing, you lied and instead spent four months near the ocean shoreline in the boat Geoff bought taking video footage of rocks, not once did you EVER take a marine sample to have it tested and not once did you get out of the boat to inspect the shore line for living creatures instead you lied and told them all was dead, well now I'm going back up to your hometown with my video camera to capture all the marine and show once again you're nothing but a lying scammer!

  • Sol Man

    Might we discover that the world has One Water and that he who has harmed the water will find that the water responds in kind? I know that the though is rather esoteric, but, on the other hand, I had put a link to the article up years ago where they proved that water had memory.

  • laconic93 laconic93

    Humpback whales are forming massive super groups in the Southern Hemeisphere but scientist are Stumped I tell ya. Hmmmm fascinating Watson , it looks like the whales got the memo.

    • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

      I would link you to A Prayer Cycle – Atomic Mother. I hate hollywood, but…

      Anyway, no jokes, I'm related to De Beers, Oppenheimer, Bush, etc. (directly). Anyway, how would you like to argue with your sister or family about their abuse? They court-order you into mental wards, etc.

      Humans are mostly psycho/sociopathic, that is the mirror that needs to be (and will be) presented.

    • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

      Near South Africa, they say, yeah, I remember the migrations. Dreams from about 10-15 years ago.

    • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

      Some racist bastards actually tried to propagate thorium reactor investments btw. Some of them were "family" and "friends". Of course, after some research, I said no.

      • HillbillyHoundDog HillbillyHoundDog

        …If the Russian company building the proposed eight new nuclear power stations had an accident while transporting nuclear material from Vladivostok to Qatar, for instance, causing extensive damage, the Russian inter-governmental agreement made South Africa liable for what could be “massive” costs.

        “South Africa bears the burden under the indemnity clause. A country making this kind of offer would have to make very special provision for this in its budget,” Unterhalter said.

        Such liability was not even consistent with the Vienna Convention on liability for nuclear damage, he said.

        “So we have gone very far in seeming to court Russia and to say: ‘We will pay and we will indemnify’,” Unterhalter said.

        The court is not being asked to decide on the merits of the Russian nuclear agreement, as this would be beyond its powers. However, the contents are relevant as the court is being asked to decide whether an international agreement of this nature should first have been tabled in Parliament for approval, particularly because of the massive financial implications.

        The litigants argue that tabling the agreement without Parliamentary approval was unlawful as it did not comply with the Constitution and the agreement should be set aside. …

        • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

          Yeah, I almost lost my ID at a shopping centre once, the security guards were like, "You lose that and we're out".

          Quite a significant portion of our society doesn't support our government (they are of course corrupt, as most politicians are). Btw, they currently have plans to build 8 (chinese) nuclear reactors on our coast.

          Also, South Africa and Israel had relate military and nuclear operations back in the day. Not like apartheid is just a south african thing, knowm sayn?

          • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

            *nuclear power plants.

            Rather than reactors, sorry. Anyway, it's kinda meaningless by now.

            • GOM GOM

              Yes, and so are you..

              • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

                That's just fine bro. I point out many different kinds of pathogens, mention fukushima, nuclear bullshit, society's horseshit.

                But yeah, demonize me. Go for it. Btw, can you paste an example where I personally insulted you, rather than pointing out some shit.

                It's nice that you've got this little circle-jerk going on ENEnews, but trying to treat things in isolation is absolutely folly and you're trying to fuck with the wrong guy.

                • Jebus Jebus

                  No, your fucking with the wrong site.

                  Look at this forum.

                  Look at the forum topic.

                  Look at everyone one else's posts with in context links and information.

                  The only thing you have posted in this forums threads is about flying whales.

                  Think about it…

                  • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

                    So you're still in denial then? How about the times I mentioned I live in the most uranium contaminated city in the world, maybe the the ~3 times I mentioned not supporting thorium reactors, or ANY nuclear reactors for that matter.

                    I mention 5g shit, people tell me I should stay on-topic. Next (or one after that) article, someone else mentions 5g, no probems.

                    You cvnts are fucking stupid.

                    Maybe you'll understand you

                    • Jebus Jebus

                      Each forum has a different topic.

                      There is an off topic forum.

                      Do you need that translated to Afrikaans?

                  • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

                    Just say it. You don't like me pointing out other shit and not scapegoating JUST nuclear radiation, humans are scum and you're human.


                  • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

                    No problems if CodeShutdown or people of your little safe space says the sort of thing I said though, even MORE generalized?

                    Yeah, rest your case, you got none.

                    • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

                      Farthing…youve made a lot of posts but havent said anything. Except twice you said you teach your professional sister something, she is amazed but doesnt listen. The rest seems to be dark gobblygook. Well past 33? Jesus complex?

              • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

                Your ability to reflect is surprisingly pathetic.

          • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

            Btw, I know that because well, I'm South African and my uncle helped developed targeting systems for israel, for a company named Danel.

        • HillbillyHoundDog HillbillyHoundDog

          Nuclear knows no borders. A Russia/US nuclear invasion:

          "…Counsel for Minister of Energy Tina Joematt-Pettersson, who tabled the Russian agreement, argued that it did not need to come before Parliament, nor was there a need to allow the public to make representations. This was because it fitted into the category of agreements between countries that dealt with “technical, administrative or executive” matters, which did not have extra-budgetary consequences.

          Marius Oosthuizen, SC, for the government, argued that the minister’s tabling of it under this category therefore did not contradict constitutional requirements.

          One of the two presiding judges, ED Baartman, commented that a government guideline indicated that international agreements which dealt with minor, everyday issues did not need Parliamentary approval.

          “Are you saying the Russian agreement is a minor, everyday issue?” she asked.

          Oosthuizen replied that the Russian agreement would not constitute something that was high on the South African agenda as it was about co-operation between governments on an executive level.

          The litigants are also asking the court to set aside the minister’s “determinations”, made under the Electricity Regulation Act, that South Africa needed 9600MW of new nuclear power.

          One was made in 2013, where the Department of Energy was the body that would buy the nuclear power, and the other in 2016 that made Eskom the procurer. …

          • HillbillyHoundDog HillbillyHoundDog

            …“Both are infected with administrative error and neither should survive,” Unterhalter said.

            The court heard submissions on whether the minister’s decisions were administrative in nature – which meant they could be reviewed and set aside – or whether they were policy decisions, which could not be.

            One of the tests in deciding whether a decision was administrative was whether it had consequences and whether it affected anyone.

            Oosthuizen argued the decision to determine that South Africa needed 9600MW of nuclear power had not affected anyone’s rights, but had merely imposed an obligation on the National Energy Regulator or SA (Nersa) which had the statutory duty to issue electricity-generating licences.

            Judge LJ Bozalek said, “You can’t just look at this through the prism of Nersa’s rights. You have to look at the rights of people.”

            Oosthuizen replied, “Yes. But that decision did not affect my electricity bill by one cent.”

            Baartman said, “Not yet.”

            The case has ended. No date was set for judgment.

            Source: GroundUp …"

      • GOM GOM

        'Farthington' aka 'Daniel'..
        Parents: Jenny & Terry
        2 sisters. One doing quite well.

        Hope you don't mind my tweet to her telling on your rantings here..

        • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

          My name is Frank Greig Labuschagne. I am quite the bastard, some arabs have even asked me if I'm jewish. Shit some people have called me an alien hybrid robot reptile jew.

          Daniel is however a German living across the street. I knew David and John too, btw. They ain't white.

        • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

          If you'd like, I could post a scan of my ID. I mean, I'm not always honest, but sentiment dictates.


    The fate and behaviour of radionuclides in the marine environment is determined by the fate and behaviour of the element concerned. For example, if an element is adsorbed to sediment particles, then the radionuclide of that element will behave in the same way.

    The radioactive elements will not be destroyed in the environment and radioactivity will be emitted from whatever compounds are formed with the element. The duration that the energy will be emitted is governed by the half-life of the radionuclide which can range from hours to hundreds of years.



    Humanity is degenerating at an accelerating pace, and at some point the number of mutations will become so great that we will no longer be able to produce viable offspring. 

    Despite all of our advanced technology, genetically-related diseases are absolutely exploding. Our bodies are weak and frail, and with each passing generation it is getting even worse. Most people don’t understand this. Most average people on the street just assume that the human race will be able to go on indefinitely.

    But the geneticists that carefully study these things understand this stuff. Each generation is successively becoming more “mutant”, and if given a long enough period of time it would mean our end.

    So no, we are not going to “evolve” into bigger and better creatures. Instead, the human race is steadily breaking down and our time is running out.

    In essence, the blueprint of human life is being systematically destroyed, and there is not a thing we can do to even significantly slow it down. 

    Mutation rates increase in relation to radiation exposure..

    DNA undergoes up to a million damage and repair events per cell per day..

    In school and in the movies, we are taught that mutants are “cool” and that mutations can be a very good thing.

    Maybe it's just me, but the thought of self-mutant-morphing or turning into your own night light don't sound very hip or 'cool'..maybe it's an 'age' thing. 😉


  • HoTaters HoTaters

    Japan and Asia are in deep trouble. Heavily reliant on seafood in their normal diets.

    • deaddolphins deaddolphins

      That is why they are flooding countries like Australia, South Africa etc and buying up all their food resources including seafood…they know the jig is up

  • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

    Newsflash, though I guess most would know by now. ENEnews tries to direct all attention and supposed damage to just nuclear weapons, power plants.

    Nevermind animal abuse, nevermind murder, rape, theft, genocide, etc.

    They have a little "safe" space, and it's named ENEnews.

    • Jebus Jebus

      That's why ENENews has an off topic forum.

      You will get it eventually…

    • HillbillyHoundDog HillbillyHoundDog

      Mac: "ENEnews tries to direct all attention and supposed damage to just nuclear weapons, power plants.

      Nevermind animal abuse, nevermind murder, rape, theft, genocide, etc.

      They have a little "safe" space, and it's named ENEnews." End Quote.

      Indeed. Glad we're all on the same page…

  • Jebus Jebus

    I look up and I see why…

    Dying Whales, Horrific Omen

    Earth’s ailing oceans are witnessing a shocking trend – dying whales.

    The cetaceans are showing us that the oceans are toxic; what we do to the oceans we do to ourselves.

    Nothing else matters. No gossip, no politics, no human sacrifice matters more that the Earth's ecosystem's sustainability.


  • rogerthat

    ''scientists say it could be the sign of a much larger ecosystem problem… ''

    – no shit, Sherlock. Here's a clue: type Fuku into Google, see what you find.

    • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

      Funny how people say "alternative" energy like, you know, from the sun, isn't viable.

      Let's just shut off/down the sun then. See how that works outs.

      Yeah, remember, cancer rates, particularly NON-melanoma cancer the further you go from the equator.

  • Silverlok Silverlok

    Farthington MacMananus,

    If you are in the circles ((resonances) by blood or choice ) you say, why post here?

    That last bit is rhetorical, as the state-ist quo does not permit dissidence

    jebus ( and he would be right ) would push this into of topic, but i am curious about your age…so to assess the issue by aging myself: what does agnus young mean to you ?

    • Jebus Jebus

      It is not the intention to squish topics, but rather to reveal the intent…

      • HillbillyHoundDog HillbillyHoundDog

        Opportunity. Incentive. Rationalization. Capability.

        • HillbillyHoundDog HillbillyHoundDog

          "… A nuclear agreement with Russia has far-reaching consequences for the budget the Western Cape High Court heard on Friday, as it places all liability for a nuclear accident on South Africa, while indemnifying Russia completely.

          David Unterhalter, SC, appearing for Earthlife Africa and the Southern African Faith Communities’ Environmental Institute, who are challenging government’s nuclear procurement process in court, said liability for nuclear accidents fell on South Africa even if it occurred outside the country. …"

        • Jebus Jebus

          Something is missing.

          Usually the guy that walks into the bar and yells F U to everyone gets shot right away.

          Just to keep it civil…

    • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

      Here's some rhetoric for you, am I well past 33?

  • Isthmus

    Mac Your such a bar room personality,,Your just perfect for the pro nuke's to enlist you to degrade this valuable site, So behind that drug alcohol you feel you can smack people around verbally, especially since you have credentials with a capitol letter, people that don't like people end up with a good case of asthma in their next life, All drugs put a drag on your electrical mental output. Not smart at all, since the definition of IQ is – How fast can you access your data. You've chosen the Dark Side, it's a much longer path for you than me, you will always have a master to do his bidding . Not me .

    • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

      Funny that, because I continue to speak out against nuke crap every fucking day. And no amount of your supposed allegations of what I say, again, just cite ONE SINGLE POST where I specifically supported nuke garbage. Go for it, try. You can do it.

    • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

      Basically, maybe ignoring AIDS when you have cancer too, isn't such a great idea.

      Signed, Fokofpoes.

  • rogerthat

    Court decision expected in Fukushima damages suit

    A district court in eastern Japan will announce its decision Friday on a damages lawsuit filed by evacuees of the 2011 Fukushima nuclear accident against the state and Tokyo Electric Power Company.

    137 people, mainly evacuees living in Gunma Prefecture, filed the suit with the Maebashi District Court, seeking compensation worth about 13 million dollars. The ruling will be the first damages suit of its kind in Japan.

    The plaintiffs include those who fled evacuation zones and other parts of Fukushima Prefecture after the accident at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant. They say they suffered emotional distress after losing their livelihoods. They are seeking about 97,000 dollars each.

    The points of contention include whether the Japanese government and plant operator TEPCO could have foreseen the major tsunami and prevented the damage, as well as whether the compensation TEPCO is paying evacuees is appropriate.

    The plaintiffs claim the tsunami was predictable, citing a 2002 prediction of a massive earthquake by the government's Headquarters for Earthquake Research Promotion. …

    • rogerthat

      But the government and TEPCO say many researchers voiced differing views, and an installation of tide embankments based on the prediction would not have prevented the damage.

      The plaintiffs say the compensation they received is insufficient. The government and TEPCO say it is appropriate.

      More than 12,000 people have filed similar suits in 18 prefectures.

  • rogerthat

    Signs of hope for Fukushima food producers shut out of overseas markets
    MAR 15, 2017

    Import bans on Japan’s fishery and agricultural products are still in place for some countries six years after the Fukushima nuclear disaster. New markets in Southeast Asia, however, are giving some producers signs of hope, according to industry sources.

    Safety concerns over Japanese products remain especially strong in China and other neighboring economies, putting domestic fish and agricultural exporters in a bind.

    Miyagi Prefecture, the largest producer of sea squirts before the March 2011 earthquake and tsunami, used to ship about 70 percent of its haul to South Korea.

    In 2013, South Korea halted fish imports from eight prefectures in Japan, including Miyagi, Iwate and Fukushima. As a result, Miyagi was forced to dispose of close to 7,600 tons of unsold sea squirts from its farms last year.

    “We were asked to cut prices based on the idea that sea squirts can’t be sold elsewhere,” said Masao Atsumi, 39, who farms sea squirts in Samenoura Bay in Miyagi’s Ishinomaki city.

    While seeking to find new revenue sources, such as sea cucumber fishing, Atsumi said, “We are looking forward to the lifting of the South Korean import ban.”

    After the disaster, 54 countries and regions imposed restrictions on imports of Japanese agricultural …

    • rogerthat

      and fishery products, according to Japan’s fisheries ministry.

      That number has fallen to 33 countries and regions, of which many have eased regulations and allowed some products that bear certificates of origin.

      Last year, the European Union, known for strict food safety standards, decided to loosen its regulations on food imports from Japan.

      Still China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Macao, South Korea, Singapore and Russia have kept their markets closed to certain farm and fisheries products from specific regions, continuing bans partly to avoid criticism for taking a weak stance against the country, sources familiar with the situation said.

      The announcement by Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen’s government that it was considering lifting the import ban from four prefectures last November spurred intense opposition from the Kuomintang Party, which had previously been in favor of the ban’s removal when the party was in power.

      “Japanese food products have become a political issue,” a person familiar with Japan-Taiwan relations said.

      Heightened awareness of food safety has also been a factor.

      In China, the memory of infant deaths caused by tainted baby formula in 2008 lingers on, while a larger and wealthier middle class have continued to demand improved food safety and product quality.

      Although food produced domestically has passed the Japanese government’s safety standards, “worries about radioactive substances remains strong,” a person familiar with Japan-China…

      • rogerthat

        relations said.

        Taiwan was rocked by a scandal in 2014 where substandard cooking oil distributed to many restaurants was discovered to have been recycled from waste oil.

        Southeast Asian countries have emerged as attractive markets for Japanese products owing to fewer political hurdles.

        Fukushima Gov. Masao Uchibori visited Thailand in May last year as part of a campaign to promote peaches grown in his prefecture, home to Tokyo Electric Power Company Holdings Inc.’s Fukushima No. 1 power plant.

        By working with logistics companies and retailers in the two countries, the prefecture succeeded in lowering local retail prices for Fukushima peaches to 400 baht (¥1,300) for two peaches, down from 1,200 baht. This was accomplished by changing the method of shipping from air to sea, using cutting-edge freezer container technology.

        “Although only wealthy customers used to buy Fukushima peaches, demand for the fruit as a gift has increased,” said an official of Isetan Mitsukoshi Holdings Ltd.’s Isetan department store in Bangkok.

        Peach exports from Fukushima to Thailand totaled 20 tons in 2016, up about 15 times on the previous year and exceeding 9.9 tons exported just before the disaster to China, which had been the largest importer.

        With shipments of Fukushima peaches expanding to Malaysia and other Southeast Asian countries, officials in the prefecture hope they are finding a way out of the disaster-caused doldrums.

        • HillbillyHoundDog HillbillyHoundDog

          Since the government assumes financial liability after the fund runs out, they have a monetary interest in compensation and liability- hence the rumor control meme, pressure to return, safety flaws, thyroid scandal, Tepco secrets, massive advertising campaign and censored journalism. The world should be suing Tepco or Japan for the illegal taking of life in the Pacific. The most expensive tuna fish ever. 🙁

  • rogerthat

    The unintentional causes of ‘abandonment’
    MAR 15, 2017

    Six years have passed since the Great East Japan Earthquake and subsequent tsunami devastated the Tohoku region, leaving more than 18,000 people dead or missing, and triggering meltdowns at the Fukushima No. 1 power plant that has left a deeply embedded mistrust of nuclear power in the Japanese consciousness.

    Fukushima has been the subject of many documentaries and movies since 3/11, with “La Terre Abandonnee” (“Nokosareshi Daichi”) being the latest to join the batch. Written and directed by Belgium’s Gilles Laurent, “La Terre Abandonnee” looks specifically at Tomioka, a village in Fukushima Prefecture that was evacuated because of high radiation levels. Abandoned by its residents, with few returning, it is now populated by just a handful of people, mostly those who feel a sense of loyalty to their ancestral homes and feel that it’s too late to make a fresh start elsewhere. One man even opted to stay in order to look after the animals everyone else left behind — including livestock and, intriguingly, an ostrich.

    Laurent’s focus on these people isn’t simply charged with sympathy, he’s genuinely moved and inspired by their selflessness, resilience and acceptance of fate.

    “The mayor doesn’t come out and say so, but my guess is that Tomioka itself …

    • rogerthat

      is going to disappear soon,” a woman in her 70s tells the camera crew. “People can’t come back here, there are no jobs. And young people with children, well they’re scared of the radiation levels.”

      Although she admits there is nothing to come back to, the woman and her husband have chosen to remain and they still laugh and smile at the camera as if nothing bad had ever happened to their hometown.

      “La Terre Abandonnee” opened on March 11, the sixth anniversary of the Tohoku earthquake, but the director wasn’t there to see the premiere of his first feature film. Gilles Laurent was a victim of another kind of disaster. The airport and subway terrorist attacks that took place in Brussels last year claimed his life and it was left to his wife, Reiko Udo, in her own grief, to see the project through to completion.

      “It was the least I could do, at the time,” Udo says in an interview before the film was released. “I had never worked in film before and I really had no idea what to do. But I needed to get this documentary out in the world. Not just for Gilles, but everyone involved in the making of the film. The message needed to be heard.”

      It was Udo who decided on the Japanese title: “Nokosareshi Daichi,” which can be translated as “the land that remains.”

      “I know it has a different nuance from Gilles’ original French title, but this is a Japanese story and I didn’t want it to sound negative, as if people had just deserted …

      • rogerthat

        the land and never went back, or that no one cared anymore,” she explains. “No one in Tomioka or anywhere else in Fukushima left because they wanted to. I wanted to stress that very often, abandonment happens for reasons that are beyond our control. …

        (worth reading in full, it's a fine story)

    • Jebus Jebus

      IDFA 2016 | Trailer | Abandoned Land

      Published on Oct 10, 2016

      So many dots there…

    • Jebus Jebus

      Gilles Laurent, a Filmmaker With an Eye for Sounds, Dies in Brussels Attacks

      Mr. Laurent was living in Tokyo with his wife, Raiko, when he went to Brussels to put the final touches on the documentary film, “The Abandoned Earth,” his directorial debut.

      He was on his way to watch a final edit of the film when he was killed during the attack at Maelbeek subway station on March 22, Mr. Davidson said.

  • rogerthat

    55% oppose restarting nuclear reactors, 26% in favor: Mainichi survey

    March 13, 2017 (Mainichi Japan)

    • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

      From an earlier article.

      "No, if you ask those people if they wanted those nuclear power plants of their own "volition", most of them would say ABSOLUTELY not."

  • PhilipUpNorth PhilipUpNorth

    An ecologist would observe that the Pacific Ocean Ecosystem is in a "state of collapse".
    Japan won't say that the corium is in the ground. (It is!)
    Japan won't say that the underground river is washing the corium into the sea. (it is.)
    People will hear that Pacific Ocean seafood isn't fit to eat. (Don't eat Pacific seafood!)
    Fishermen will realize that Japan has ruined the Pacific Ocean fishery.
    Fishermen will sue the bastards!
    Japan will be bankrupted by these lawsuits.

    Build the sarcophagus while you can, Japan!
    Tick, tock.
    Not much time left…

    And, just where, you Mothers, is the damn corium? 😉

  • rogerthat

    Thursday, March 9
    Nearly 50% of Fukushima evacuees felt harassed

  • Dr. Anne Lee Tomlinson Maziar Dr. Anne Lee Tomlinson Maziar

    Chinese Name-And-Shame TV Pares $265 Million Off Japanese Shares
    1 day ago

    “…Radiation Concerns

    “The program, which aired Wednesday, also accused the Japanese retailer of Muji-brand products of selling food from areas that showed signs of radioactive contamination. The products were mislabeled and didn’t reveal that some came from Japanese areas that were affected by radiation, according to the show….

    “Shortly after the program, Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. said it has been tracking and blocking “abnormal” Japanese nuclear-contaminated products since 2011, according to a Weibo post from the company. Alibaba has deleted 22,000 links to suspected products and has taken actions against 4,108 businesses in 2016, it said.

    “The show also targeted two e-commerce sites that sold Japanese products ranging from rice to milk powder from radiation-contaminated areas in violation of Chinese customs rules, it alleged. One of the sites was backed by By-Health Co., a local maker of nutritional supplements….”

  • rogerthat

    (From March 1, so old news to some here, i guess)

    TEPCO told it must resubmit papers to pass NRA screening

    The nation's nuclear watchdog, incensed at more blundering by Tokyo Electric Power Co., ordered it to re-submit documents for the restart of two reactors at the Kashiwazaki-Kariwa nuclear power plant after checking them again for accuracy.

    The Nuclear Regulation Authority also summoned TEPCO's president to its office and gave him a dressing-down for failing to reveal information that could have compromised safety at the plant.

    The NRA's action Feb. 28 followed revelations in mid-February that a key building at the facility may not be able to withstand anything like the strong earthquake shaking it is supposed to. This fact came to light in 2014 but was not reported to the NRA until last month.

    TEPCO said that the information was not shared within the company, and as a result, was not conveyed to its division in charge of NRA screenings.

    It was the first time for the NRA to summon TEPCO President Naomi Hirose to its office as part of the screening process for the restart of reactors.

    “TEPCO needs to learn from other electric power companies, but its stance is insufficient. As the company lost public trust due to the accident (at the Fukushima No. 1 nuclear power plant in March 2011), it needs to make much greater efforts than others. But it is not doing so,” said NRA…

    • rogerthat

      Shunichi Tanaka.

      Hirose acknowledged that TEPCO needs to work harder to regain society's trust, saying, "We are taking that fact seriously.”

      He said TEPCO had shown "insufficient humility and displayed arrogance."

      Hirose stated that the company intends to learn its lesson and will re-submit documents so that the plant passes the screening process.

      To get to that point, the top management of TEPCO will have to check several thousand pages of documents. As drastic changes may have to be made, it is inevitable that the NRA screenings will be prolonged.

      In 2013, TEPCO applied to the NRA for screenings so it can restart the No. 6 and No. 7 reactors at the Kashiwazaki-Kariwa nuclear power plant in Niigata Prefecture.

      The screenings entered the final stage in 2016. But this coincided with big changes in policies over the designs of quake-resistant capabilities of buildings and measures for sea walls to deal with liquefaction.

      Then, this year, it was learned that TEPCO failed to report to the NRA for three consecutive years that a key building, which is expected to serve as an on-site emergency headquarters in the event of a severe accident, may not be able to withstand even half of the assumed strongest seismic shaking.

      The upshot of the series of problems meant that the NRA wasted time for discussions.

      But the NRA is also miffed that TEPCO seems unable to decide its basic policies in a determined manner.

      (by Hiroshi Ishizuka & Masanobu Higashiyama)

  • rogerthat

    … During his English class sometime around October or November 2014, the teacher asked the student, who had entered the university in April that year, where she was from. After her answer, the teacher turned off the lights and said he thought she would glow.

    The student, who is in her 20s, found it "difficult" to attend classes after the incident, the university said. …

  • rogerthat

    Fukushima Radiation Measured In Seals, Radiation Causing Mass Animal Die Offs

    White Spots on Cattle/Birds, Lesions And Seizures Form A Common Pattern After A Nuclear Disaster, Fukushima, Chernobyl, TMI, Nuclear Authorities Refuse To Test Animals

    Fukushima Radiation Measured In Seals, Radiation Causing Mass Animal Die Offs, White Spots on Cattle/Birds, Lesions And Seizures Form A Common Pattern After A Nuclear Disaster, Fukushima, Chernobyl, TMI, Nuclear Authorities Refuse To Test Animals


    Sacramento Bee: Mar 7, 2015: Researchers believe “probably close to 10,000 are dead, and we expect more to die over coming months”… the mortality rate is similar on San Nicolas. Scientists blamed the phenomenon on UNSEASONABLY COLD WATERS

    Time: Experts at NOAA say that the culprit is RISING ocean temperatures NOTICE A PATTERN?? Experts want to blame it on the water temperature (hot or cold). But it could be something else. When will environmental groups investigate the possibility that the nuclear industry poison that continues to throw up into the Pacific Ocean each and every day since March 2011 could be the culprit? …

  • HillbillyHoundDog HillbillyHoundDog

    Japan laid the forest floors to rest, in bags, in "green" forest cemeteries…
    "These findings suggest that radiation inhibited microbial decomposition of leaves in the upper layer of the soil," said Mousseau. This implies that the nutrients are not being restored properly on the ground, affecting the conditions of development for the plants. In addition, an accumulation of leaves could be exacerbated a potential fuel for a fire in the forests. This scenario is disastrous, since fire can redistribute the radiation out of the exclusion zone. The team also is collaborating with Japan's teams to learn if the country is also suffering from similar problems after the disaster of Fukushima, in 2011. More Mousseau…

  • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

    Btw, an irrelevant off topic comment about abuse. So Hillary Clinton wasn't (s)elected, too much warfarin, knowm sayn? Nice rat poison that.

    Anyway, that particularly broken robot wasn't quite able to appeal to supremacist claimancy, didn't quite "stir" your patriotic fervour. So, you got Trump (btw, I wrote a satirical piece named a Florist named Ronald Gump) about a year ago, mentioning how he was just a retarded clown from downtown, before he was institutionalized.

    • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

      You will probably notice the "alternative" media mimicing and replacing MSM, as we speak. Not exactly surprising, I will still continue to point out shit I KNOW is wrong.

      So, I'll link people to ENEnews, I've shown some examples to others. A) They can see the damage from unnatural nuclear radiation, B) They can see the mentality of commenters, C) Hegelian dialectic, trying to avoid other issues.

  • Jebus Jebus

    It is way past time to sueball these derelict human posers.

    Japanese Government and Utility Are Found Negligent in Nuclear Disaster

    TOKYO — The Japanese government and the electric utility that operated the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant were negligent in not preventing the meltdowns in 2011 that forced thousands of people to flee the area, a district court in eastern Japan ruled on Friday.

    Time to move the Reagan victims forward…

  • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

    Anyway, Codeshotdown, have you noticed how if I mention something? People talk shit about it, if I mention 5g, it's irrelevant, if I say society is garbage, I'm an asshole.

    But then other ENEnews circlejerk posters, like you, say the same thing, repeatedly, but also later, no problems.

    See, I don't have a Jesus complex (though I am a lot like a neglected hobo that abhors society, religion, financial systems, etc). I don't have a Jesus complex, I have a God simplex. Welcome to Satan.

    Btw, I'm Saturnian, there's some gobbledeegook or whatever you'd like to call it.

  • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

    Gonna be funny seeing you imperialists (that also includes the other part of the hegelian dialectic) replaced, btw.

  • HillbillyHoundDog HillbillyHoundDog

    Wasn't it a separate act for GE to approve site plans, oversee for 35 years, work with extensively, man the plants and fuel them, knowing it was an inexcusable risk to allow and build their NPP in the hole they dug, in the first place?

    GE didn't consider calculations for tsunami/earthquake potential for JAPAN and they continue to propagate their wares in foreign countries with no liability. Do they also claim they were unaware of the ongoing fraud? March 17, 2011
    …The misconduct came to light in 2002 after whistleblowers working for General Electric, which designed the reactor, complained to the Japanese government. Another GE employee later confessed that he had falsified records of inspections of reactor No1 in 1989 – at the request of TEPCO officials. He also admitted to falsifying other inspection reports, also on request of the client. After that incident TEPCO was forced to shut down 17 reactors, albeit temporarily. …

    • HillbillyHoundDog HillbillyHoundDog

      If something like this happened in the US, GE would be there to contain and profit from the mess they built, control the regulatory authorities, including the POTUS, keep the other reactors running and selling, control the legal process, the media, indemnify the plant operator, invade more countries with their forced NPP's and liability waiver… Fully involved and in charge. Yet, they hold zero accountability for an accident at one or all of their reactors. Zero. They are there every step of the way and hailed as hero's by the nuclear industry and media…but without GE, there is no Fukushima.

      …Working with our partner, Hitachi, we’ve engaged more than 1,000 current and retired nuclear engineers to provide technical assistance to Tokyo Electric Power Company, the government of Japan, and other government agencies and customers.

      …To this end, the government of Japan is working directly with GE’s leaders in the region to identify GE business capabilities that can help in the recovery and rebuilding phase and best complement Japan’s response capacity.

      GE and its nuclear energy business has a 24-hour command center working on the situation that occurred at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant and has been communicating with its customers and the Japanese and U.S. governments.

  • Jebus Jebus

    Continuous transport of Pacific-derived anthropogenic radionuclides towards the Indian Ocean

    Unusually high concentrations of americium and plutonium have been observed in a sediment core collected from the eastern Lombok Basin between Sumba and Sumbawa Islands in the Indonesian Archipelago. Gamma spectrometry and accelerator mass spectrometry data together with radiometric dating of the core provide a high-resolution record of ongoing deposition of anthropogenic radionuclides. A plutonium signature characteristic of the Pacific Proving Grounds (PPG) dominates in the first two decades after the start of the high yield atmospheric tests in 1950’s. Approximately 40–70% of plutonium at this site in the post 1970 period originates from the PPG. This sediment record of transuranic isotopes deposition over the last 55 years provides evidence for the continuous long-distance transport of particle-reactive radionuclides from the Pacific Ocean towards the Indian Ocean.


  • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

    They must call all these various high dollar scams ..stackables for all the practitioner thieves.

    • HillbillyHoundDog HillbillyHoundDog

      GE: Risking everything with nothing to lose.

    • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

      What are these programs?

      Single payer combines all these programs into 1 single program…all of them.

      Eligibility |
      Medicaid is a joint federal and state program that, together with the Children's Health Insurance Program, provides health coverage to over 72.5 million …

      Medicare is the federal health insurance program for people who are 65 or older, certain younger people with disabilities, and people with End-Stage Renal Disease (permanent kidney failure requiring dialysis or a transplant, sometimes called ESRD).
      What's Medicare? |

  • DUDe DUDe

    All Things Are Connected (Ethics Online)

    While our ethical traditions know how to deal with homicide and even genocide these traditions collapse entirely when confronted with ecocide and biocide. Today we live in an ethically confusing and contradictory world, a world in which sentiment and brutality exist side by side. At the same time as modern thinkers seek to extend the circle of moral consideration to other animals, humanity inflicts more suffering on more creatures than at any time in history.

    Is this really what we want to do to creation…to drive it to extinction? But extinction is irreversible. Species that go extinct are lost forever. This is not Jurassic Park – we can't bring them back! Over the last century we've participated in something of a binge of unbelievable prosperity. We may have had some intuition that it was a binge and the earth couldn't support it but aside from the easy things, biodegradable detergent or slightly smaller cars, we haven't done very much. We haven't turned our lives around.

    • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

      "Is this really what we want to do to creation…to drive it to extinction?"

      Yes! 🙁

      • DUDe DUDe

        From knowing we are past the point of no return..since (insertbigbanglikehotflamehere)TPTB wont let us make a turn for the better..till the moment our eyes Hell in Paradise increasing..where we are get worse and worse and worse..

        • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

          eight reasons why Rome fell.

          They forgot to mention that they poisoned themselves

          Probably there is a study on human history analyzed with catastrophe theory

          • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

            Only one theory is required to explain the rise and fall of the man-ape; We have the primate drive to mate, conquer, be deceitful to achieve or maintain our wants, group together in an alpha male/herd society that can learn from its few past great thinkers, and arent smart enough to see the complicated results of our actions. Thats pretty much it…thus the earth was lost

            and sorry about the subjugation and mistreatment of females along the way. The sooner this species is extinguished, the better for the rest of the planet

            • DUDe DUDe

              I saw a docu recently.. "..Rise of the Warrior Apes.." , i was thinking about showing it to you Code , unfortunatly i cant find a link to the whole flic..and the other thing was..please nobody give them technology oh wait..please nobody give them technology oh wait..please nobody give them technology oh wait..please nobody give them technology oh wait..


              Most Brutal Chimpanzee Society Ever Discovered | Rise of the Warrior Apes


          • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

            History always likes to repeat itself.. Rome II is in trouble again.

  • 'Vast' die off of seabirds blamed on warm temperatures?

    I did a little digging. tell me what you think of this graphic:

    • DUDe DUDe

      I started to think that it moves too fast to let it sink in but then i realised once you get it it would be bad if it moved to slow..then i saw the stills and all is good with the presentation..:)

  • Wooster

    Also missing, along with the millions of salmon, are millions of so-called environmentalists and their well-supported charities who have barely said a word about this potentially existential crisis for planet Earth.

    Why is that do you think?

  • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

    our brightest scientist ape-man brains at work. From one of the articles above
    'Piatt is certain that Pacific warmth was the reason behind the huge number of murre deaths. "They died of starvation because there was no food," he said. "There was no food because there was no fish. And there was no fish because these warm waters did something to them."

    The proof the other ape-men were looking for, yes its official, there were no fish because the warm waters did something to them.

    Some large areas with up to 3 or 4 degrees above average temps and some smaller areas with 3 deg colder water. Meanwhile, that is the normal temperature change from june to july and common annual swing is 27 deg

    • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

      If you are a marine scientist you need a theory. Fortunately, you only need one, and its apparently the only one; warmer or colder water due to Co2 induced climate change. To test the theory, one of the first things you might look at is daily and seasonal variations in temperature to see what the fish normally endure…and thrive in. So they should look at the average monthly temps here

      there have ALWAYS been warmer or colder than average temperatures. The trick is put it into context. You cant point to a graph showing warmer than average temps and say its the cause, because there have been untold thousands of warmer than average seasons going back in history. So they take an average of those anomalies and see that the ocean has warmed 0.1 deg. Yes, that may be significant. But the other conclusions seem like pulling rabbits out your lower orifice. look at 2004, or 2010. Did the warm 'anomaly' do something to the fish then causing destruction of the entire chain of life?

  • Jebus Jebus

    More evidence science is incapable of adding it up.

    The subject is ripped open and pondered at from the inside out.

    How much can we make off of this part…

    Each creature is evaluated as an singular object observing cause and effect solely to that object. In pristine lab and to exquisite detail science looks at it's subjects failing to completely recognize the importance of the part in his hands and that naturally alive is paramount.

    We don't get to change that and have what we had.

    That atom we are peering at is part of a whole on so many levels.

    Science needs to loose it's business sense and get some common sense, fast…

  • Tomorrow afternoon, The LEO Network hosts its monthly podcast.., afternoon, Alaska. I've missed it the past couple of months, but hope to catch it, tomorrow. There have been quite a few disturbing UME's in Kachemak, as well as other spots in Alaska. If you want to hear it, sign on to

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