Newly published photos of bird abnormalities in areas contaminated with radiation, via USC study (PHOTOS)

Published: February 9th, 2012 at 6:00 pm ET


Title: Chernobyl Abormalities
Source: Chernobyl Research Initiative, University of South Carolina
Author: Dr. T.A. Mousseau
Date: February 3, 2012

Several dozen photos are available on the Chernobyl Research Initiative website

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Published: February 9th, 2012 at 6:00 pm ET


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21 comments to Newly published photos of bird abnormalities in areas contaminated with radiation, via USC study (PHOTOS)

  • Kevin Kevin

    So it begins…..

  • trinityfly trinityfly

    Humans are a virus on this planet. We will get what we so justly deserve….self annihilation! We just do not get it….

    • Bobby1

      Radionuclides are like the universe’s antibodies, we are the virus. We’re up against a universal immune system.

    • Kevin Kevin

      Well I for one like being human and have had a decent experience with most other humans. That said there is no doubt a small section of humanity that is very destructive. This has been explored more recently in movies like “The Corporation” and “I am Fishhead.” Two must see documentaries that touch on the issue of corporate psycopathy (both can be seen on youtube.) Couple that with the military industrial complex and its bearing on the future of humanity and we are getting closer to the source of the problem verus a blanket comdemnation of all humans. Lets not forget, Billions live on a few dollars a day or less. For generations prior to this time humanity existed in sync with nature and were less destructive. So what we have is a small, recently evolved phenomena which strikes me as a keen notice to clean house ourselves and deal with those amongst us who are responsible and correct our path.

    • enoughalready45 enoughalready45

      @trinity fly
      No, humans do not “justly deserve….self-annihilation”. Check yourself, next time you see a child ask yourself if that is what they deserve. Think of those that may live more gentle lives and ask if that is what they deserve. Humanity is not a virus upon the Earth. We are not aliens sent here to use up all the resources of this plant before we move onto the next. This planet is the only place in the Universe that life exists as far as we know and humans are the highest form of life. We should be in awe of ourselves but also humble about the responsibility that comes with being in such a position. Many humans are arrogant about our “top spot” on the Earth and this has caused harm to nature. I think it is our duty to protect life on this planet and to live in harmony with nature and the Earth.

      Over the last 80 years we have struggled to advance and to remain in balance with nature. We are not perfect. Many of us see how out of balance we have become and the harm we are doing. Even if people do not recognize the harm of nuclear many attempt to become more “green” in their daily lives through the choices they make, a symptom of sensing the imbalance and trying to correct it.

      Overall we are not doing a good job as stewards of the Earth and we may eventually annihilate ourselves but we certainly don’t deserve it. In fact our own annihilation would be a tragedy maybe more so than even we can recognize.

      • HoTaters HoTaters

        Agreed we have a responsibility to be good stewards of the earth. And, “I am fearfully and wonderfully made.”

        It gives me the creeps when people make comments like, “we are a virus….” Why? B/C it reminds me of comments made by people like Prince Philip, who once said, “In the event that I am reincarnated, I would like to return as a deadly virus, in order to contribute something to solve overpopulation.”

        There are those eugenicists who would love nothing more than to kill off most of us. That would probably include you and me, Trinityfly.

        I do not think either of us, nor most of humanity, deserves annihiliation en masse.

  • Anthony Anthony

    Same story we’ve seen with different focus:
    E-mails bares US nuke regulatory body’s chaos on Fukushima crisis
    Washington , Thu, 09 Feb 2012ANI
    Washington, Feb.9 (ANI): Several e-mails posted on the web site of the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission show an agency struggling to figure out how to respond and deal with the American public while cutting through what one official called “the fog of information” coming out of Japan with regard to the Fukushima nuke plant radiation leak crisis.

    Now, as the first anniversary of the Fukushima catastrophe approaches, the initial response by regulators still holds lessons for the nuclear industry and policymakers.

    According to the Washington Post, the NRC emails reveal disagreement about how to advise the Japanese.

  • trinityfly trinityfly

    I belive that we have successfully wiped ourselves off this planet numerous times in the past. Our written history is completely bogus and a fraud. There have been many civilizations before us, and all have done it to themselves again and again. As it looks now, we are doing a bang up job working on our own extinction event. The banksters rule at any cost. Wiping out future populations is in there cards with them eventually killing themselves. How sick it that?

  • StillJill StillJill

    Assured mutual destruction,…anyone?

  • retali8 retali8

    so this is what the japanese government has done to japan and what we can expect to see alot of, bigfoots, bigheads, the works, very sad.

  • americancommntr

    Jesus Christ wrote the genetic codes for all living things.

    Who do you think is trying to destroy them? And what is a major means?

    Below is a link to an interesting video:

  • stopnp stopnp

    This shit pisses me off so much! Especially the animals. What did they do to deserve this? Why has my country become fascist? Stop taking money from these aholes! You won’t be alive long enough to enjoy it. Maybe you can use it for future cancer treatments… for you’re children.

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