Reports: White ‘goo’ everywhere in Alaska seal, crows won’t touch it… yet they eat people’s roofs — Slime in ones mouth, kidney almost black — Another appeared to change color — Hairless one seen recently: “We all still have sick seals here!” (PHOTOS)

Published: January 26th, 2014 at 9:46 am ET


Local Environmental Observers (LEO) Network, Oct. 24, 2013: Hairless seal near Shishmaref — Shishmaref Alaska. October 19, 2013 (seals, subsistence) My friend and her husband shot a spotted seal at the mouth of Serpentine River on Saturday Oct. 19th as they were pulling it in the boat they notice it was a hairless seal, she didn’t have anything to take a picture with. Just to let you know we all still have sick seals here! […]

Local Environmental Observers (LEO) Network, Updated Oct. 8, 2013: Sick spotted seal — Eek, Alaska, April 12, 2013 (marine mammal) […] hunter reported that he had caught a spotted seal that he thought was sick. He then proceeded to gut the marine animal and found there was white puss or goo like substance along the muscle tissue everywhere.Β  […] a very small bit of the fat was chewed on and nothing else. We have crows, they are known to eat just about anything, even silicone off the roof… this animal is not being touched. […]

Local Environmental Observers (LEO) Network, May 29, 2012: Unusual bearded seal harvested — Shishmaref, May 29, 2012 (sea mammal) One of our local hunters, hunting about 14 miles west of Shishmaref, reports shooting a regular Bearded Seal […] The first thing the hunter visually noticed was a clear slime within the mouth […] upon butchering there was hardly any fat, and further butchering, the liver was described as small than normal, approximately 1/2 the size of a normal liver for that size. The next thing they noticed was the one side kidney was approximately twice as big as the other, and that the bigger kidney had the appearance of darker color, and also most black. […]

Local Environmental Observers (LEO) Network
, May 19, 2012: Discolored seal with sores on side flipper — Shishmaref, May 19, 2012 11:30 PM, (sea animal) This ringed seal […] seems to [have] a BB size lump on one of the forearms, and showing evidence of sores on one side flipper. Hopefully this seal will bring us closer to understanding what may be causing the illness and disease that our marine mammals are being affected by. According to researchers, this is only the second seal that is discolored, the other came from Russia, colored orange. […]

Nikita Ovsyanikov, Russian Academy of Sciences, March 2012: Almost all diseased seals found on Wrangel Island beaches were only partially consumed by polar bears. [It] is very different from how they eat normal carcasses […]

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Published: January 26th, 2014 at 9:46 am ET


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314 comments to Reports: White ‘goo’ everywhere in Alaska seal, crows won’t touch it… yet they eat people’s roofs — Slime in ones mouth, kidney almost black — Another appeared to change color — Hairless one seen recently: “We all still have sick seals here!” (PHOTOS)

  • Alaskan Ice Alaskan Ice

    I've never seen a crow in Alaska, but I haven't been everywhere here. So, I checked with the ADFG website:

    No crows. . . but we do have lots of ravens. . .

    Point is it's not "politically correct" to acknowledge that Alaskans have an "endangered" species like ravens so common they're acting like pigeons on our streets. So, the reporter calls them "crows". . . I guess. Pretty lame.

    Anyway, I'd be skeptical that these sick seals aren't the result of Alaskan "fracking" or perhaps Russian nuclear or chemical pollution until there is adequate scientific analysis.

    For example, it would be playing into the hands of the de-facto cartel of "elites" to allow them to cover up the effects of Alaskan "fracking" by blaming it on radiation from Fukushima that they either knew they could discredit or else historically knew they could keep people from getting to worked up about. Similarly, the focus on radiation-pollution hand-wringing would allow the nuclear industry to limp along without being forced to build the trillion dollar gear to clean-up Fukushima and its successors, or acknowledge the increased risks of accident and sabotage posed by light water reactors with the Fukushima/GE faulty design of inoperative "SCRAM" rods. Designed more for producing plutonium than safety.

    Be wary of the Alaska Native Corporation(s). These are some of the same folks who sold out their own people in…

    • Alaskan Ice Alaskan Ice

      Be wary of the Alaska Native Corporation(s). These are some of the same folks who sold out their own people in 1971 when they traded 100 million dollars and TEN PERCENT OF ALL LEASES for 900 million dollars and NO LEASES.

      The ineptitude of that decision by the predecessors of the Alaska Native Corporations(s) is the height of corruption and/or stupidity on the part of their leaders. Ten percent of all Alaskan federal oil leases is worth billions, if not trillions in the future. . .

      • Alaskan Ice Alaskan Ice

        They're basically being played by the globalists like the Saudi royals were, being asked to invest in the empire in exchange for selling out their people's birthright.

        • atomicistheword

          my friend, they would sell their grannies for a fruit phone. A phone that would be obsolete in a months time, as apes are murdered for the rare elements used in the electronic components of the fruit phone corporation. A corporation that persecutes it's slave labour force for devilish profit.

          What about all those WMDs from Syria being dumped overboard in the ocean, no one's talking about that?

          We are hibakusha for the dogs of earth!

          hibakusha definition… Japanese … "explosion-affected people"

          • PurpleRain PurpleRain

            What the hell is a fruit phone?

            • atomicistheword


              Vexatious technology designed to destroy environmental areas, track, collect data, smother independent software developers, destroy the music industry and make profit at the expense of all listed.

              The antithesis of a robot phone. πŸ˜‰

          • Alaskan Ice Alaskan Ice

            atomics: "they would sell their grannies for a fruit phone."

            Yet it seems now all Alaskans are being played like the Saudis:

            Nowadays Globalists are jiggering oil prices downward with the (opaque and clubish) Platts window and the InterContinental Exchange (ICE) in Georgia manipulated by (opaque) derivatives whose virtual losses are backstopped by zero percent interest rate (ZIRP) fed funds loans.

            Because, now that oil production has finally finished expanding, and peaked, prices should be rising from the cost of the energy invested to somewhere (more evenly) between the cost of energy invested and the value of energy returned. At 20:1 EROEI, oil could rise in price five or tenfold now that oil has peaked.

            With the untapped National Petroleum Reserve, the north slope, and untapped ANWR, Alaska could go from a state of less than a million residents producing 500 thousand barrels per day (bpd) of oil to producing 2 million bpd or more. . . at five times the price! Alaska is losing out on that tax revenue, tax revenue that, given per capita oil production, should have already built cities taller than those in Bahrain, made citizens richer than the millionaire citizens in the Kingdom of Norway, and subsidized gasoline for residents more cheaply than Venezuela, regardless of how high the price rises.

            No, your statement makes me realize that Alaska is still being played by globalists, perhaps by default, but ultimately with less to show than other oil…

            • Alaskan Ice Alaskan Ice

              ultimately with less to show than other oil producing states.

              • Alaskan Ice Alaskan Ice

                ICE even bought the NYSE! Plausible deniability? The devil went down to Georgia? Bankers on vacation?

                No, commodity price fixing is now the engine of western wealth, replacing credit expansion, post peak oil.

                • Alaskan Ice Alaskan Ice

                  The solution for Alaskans is to get off the bus like Iceland did, and start an "Alaskan Commodities Exchange": cash or physical swap only for delivery, no securities, or derivatives, open outcry system, with some small transaction price per "ask" and "bid" to eliminate computer trading. . .

                  • Alaskan Ice Alaskan Ice

                    Meanwhile the "authorities" the politicians and the other "leaders" in Alaska continue to sell out their own people and their own children, either through ignorance or greed.

                    Texans who work the oil industry here drive around with bumper stickers that say "Alaska is Texas' Bitch" and BP flies a british flag from the tallest building in Anchorage. I wonder how an American flag like that would fly in London? Disgusting.

                  • Alaskan Ice Alaskan Ice

                    Then we'd see what is the true price of oil? Now that supply is no longer expanding.

    • Alaskan Ice Alaskan Ice


      (In 1971 the predecessors of the management in the Alaska Native Corporation(s) traded 10 percent of all federal lease revenues for a few hundred million dollars. . . ineptitude or corruption?)

    • Sickputer

      Alaska does get some traveling crows:

      SP: Deformed beaks.. 3-4 years before Fukushima. Lots of other toxins from other sources. Like Hanford Site.

      • Alaskan Ice Alaskan Ice

        Shows, computer research is a good example of how the exception shouldn't make the rule.

        Like I wrote, I've yet to see a "traveling" Crow in Alaska. Crows are not a daily event, and not comparable to the enormous raven population in Kenai Alaska, never mind the cold in Eek, Alaska. The reason is that ravens are larger and more durable in the cold, much like how moose do better than deer here.

        My son confirms that he was taught in school that there are no crows here.

        At any rate, it was a good transition point. . .

        • Alaskan Ice Alaskan Ice

          the Alaska Department of Fish and Game apparently agrees with my son.

          • Sickputer

            I wasn't trying to one-up your kid's teachers. πŸ™‚ I'm sure some science teachers in Alaska know there are a few migratory crows. I'm a retired teacher myself and I was always open to revision of book facts.

            A large crow looks like a small raven and vice versa to a non-expert birdwatcher. Differences in the tail feathers and length of neck in flight reveals the true bird.

            Both birds are members of similar bird classifications and thus even more easy for misidentification. Down here in Texas we get very few ravens, but many crows, common grackles, and red-winged blackbirds. The smaller grackles are very difficult to dislodge from trees around malls and other areas where human food scraps are common.

            There's a lucrative business in renting trained hawks chomping on a few score and scaring the birds away to some other area to crap on cars. Same thing with big flocks of pigeons.

            They are all opportunistic scavengers. For the meat scavengers, if they won't eat fresh or older dead meat then that should be a warning sign. Same thing with polar bears.

            • Alaskan Ice Alaskan Ice

              You're missing or distracting the point, aren't you?

              • Sickputer

                How so? You offered your opinion that fracking in Alaska is more likely the cause of the seal deaths.

                I just commented about real crows that actually travel and live at times in Alaska. I have no other point to make until we get some truthful news on the necropsies of the seals. Sorry if I was unclear.

                • Alaskan Ice Alaskan Ice

                  Crows don't live in Eek Alaska, in January, in numbers large enough to be historical nuisances on the streets. Ravens do. Ravens are easy to distinguish here; they are huge. They also monopolize and fight over garbage and carrion. The cold here kills the crows, I suppose, that's why the few that show along the south coast (in places like Ketchikan) are called "traveling".

                  "The Nature of Alaska" by James Kavanagh, (c) 1997, 2010 Waterford Press lists "all" species of Alaska's birds on pages 50-77: there are no crows.

                  The reporter is just being politically correct.

                  You misrepresent my point. If you re-read, my opinion was that we need more analysis. I offered other possibilities to justify analysis.

      • xochitloco

        I agree there are crows in Alaska! I live on vancouver Island on the beach so I know what both species look like. Fell asleep under some bushes in Ketchikan one summer night and was woken by a huge flock of angry crows. Apparently I'd crawled under their nests. Smaller than ravens and much more social grouping.

        Anyhow, back to fukushima?

        • Alaskan Ice Alaskan Ice

          I am highly confident that the birds are Ravens misreported as Crows for the above-mentioned reasons.

          As far as getting back to Fukushima, I don't mind diverting into the nitty gritty of the article and its subtext because it isn't at all clear the article has anything to do with fukushima. . .

    • ALl of this and of course the japanese have the chest pounding thrills of killing all the whales and dolphins….
      Things just aren't okay with these people…
      they're children are dying and they are killing killing killing…

      Yoichi Shimatsu provided some really shocking data about USA behavior in all of this…here's a transcript i created saves a lot of time…altho don't miss the radio interview if you have time…

      no japanese products or anything for me anymore i'm really displeased and that's a kind way of putting it…

  • Jebus Jebus

    Check it. It does have a black crow in it so it's not all OT.

    I think…

    Doves attacked during Pope's prayer for peace in Ukraine

    Notice it was a seagull letting them know.

    Angry Birds…

    • atomicistheword

      Jebus, did you know that the dove is the symbol of the Greek pantheon god head Zeus? They were anti-zeuses.

      Seagulls must be suffering from lack of food sources, I could find a quote in the last book of the bible, but ppl get sulky if they know too much truth at once.

      Be kind to seagulls and crows, I saw the film "The Birds"

      • Jebus Jebus

        You don't have to travel to the end to see what's coming…


        It fit's so perfectly, faith or not…

        • atomicistheword

          A never ending story, energy does not die, it simply changes form. Our choice is how that form develops to the next stage.

          They (corporate atomica) cannot have worshippers if no one is left to worship them. Wealth without purpose is an illusion.

          The dream bubble has popped. Get ready for the meek to inherit the earth. Thank goodness I'm meek, I have nothing to loose.

          • Within about 5 days of those initial plumes, the seals would have had their first taste of aluminium foil, too. Some by direct inhalation, more by what landed in the snow and revolitalized later. What landed in the ocean, quickly worked its way through the food chain. Plutonium, Americium, Uranium, and other highly toxic elements were found a few months later in every single organism tested in Alaskan waters, by the US Department of Energy. That’s extremely bad news if you’re a seal, or anything else that eats seafood from the Pacific. Although the fishing industry, various deceitful news outlets, and paid government scientists seem to want you to believe otherwise.

  • Jebus Jebus

    Some how, I think the seagulls understand this…

    The Implications of Massive Radiation Contamination of Japan with Radionuclides

    It's a good reminder for humans…

  • clamshellernh clamshellernh

    @jebus I know that some wildlife have more optic something or another that they can see other colors that we cannot , do you think that radiation has a color and it's invisible just to us . This may be a very uneducated guess but some out here may be able to answer it . Maybe it does have a smell too but our senses are not in tune as much . It cannot be just a feeling

  • AKcoast

    Anonymous young fisherman living on the water in alaska. found this site on 311 and read every article. everyday. I have 20/20 vision and I have bad news for you all. I can see it. little flashes, specs, spots. shards. of light. dressed a Coho one time and got flashed when i cut down the spine. it gets more frequent over time but its becoming exponential as of 2014.

  • AKcoast

    ive seen salmon covered in bumps, oversized heads on undersized bodies. i bet when the tepco employees close their eyes it looks like blank TV static because that is what i am starting to see. random flashes of static.

  • Sickputer

    Haven't been to Red Lobster since 2010. Used to love the Alaskan king crab. But I love my bone marrow more. Good thing about civilized societies…there are lots of different food (and water) choices.

    I have seen a lot of Alaska plates here since 311. Some people get the concept of relocation. It's different from evacuation. When people evacuate they usually come back. But when your home or food supply is contaminated for hundreds of years…evacuation is not a healthy option.

    People evacuated will return to contaminated land if they have no other economic choices. Witness the illegal, yet government condoned large numbers of humans moving back into the still contaminated areas close to Chernobyl.

    For them a slow radiation death Is preferable to starving to death in a big city. For the Japanese they also have the long 6,000 year attachment to the land. Giving it up to an invisible danger is very difficult. I cannot judge them even when they have children. It's a difficult choice they make.

  • AKcoast

    I cant prove it either purple. this is an extreme form of what I am trying to explain. "When nuclear accident happened it **LOOKED LIKE RAIN** came over the Fukushima plant" IMHO they lied to us saying we cant see it because we have never been exposed to high enough levels, until now.

    • sayonara kitty sayonara kitty

      @ AKcoast i agree with your explaination for the "static vision", i also get a, what i call, "tunnel hearing", as if everything goes deathly silent except for far away. like i have a cone in my ears.

      @ atomicistheworld your avatar is so effective. i am heartbroken to be a member of a species that can turn it's back and harm it's children in this way. i know in my heart that most humans are decent loving people, but am distressed that we've allowed a small group bring our species to this low point.

  • Machomaker Machomaker

    Local Environmental Observers (LEO) Network, Unusual bearded seal harvested β€” Shishmaref, May 29, 2012 (sea mammal)

    the liver was described as small than normal, approximately 1/2 the size of a normal liver for that size. The next thing they noticed was the one side kidney was approximately twice as big as the other, and that the bigger kidney had the appearance of darker color, and also most black. […

    Local Environmental Observers (LEO) Network, Discolored seal with sores on side flipper β€” Shishmaref, May 19, 2012 11:30 PM

    his is only the second seal that is discolored, the other came from Russia, colored orange. […]

    These effects include removing fat emulsion, defatting of dermal lipids, inflicting cellular damage on the epithelium, and increasing the transepidermal water loss by damaging the horny layer water-binding mechanisms and damaging the DNA, which causes the layer to thin. Strong concentrations of irritants cause an acute effect, but this is not as common as the accumulative, chronic effect of irritants whose deleterious effects build up with subsequent doses

    The toxicity of uranium varies according to its chemical form and route of exposure. On the basis of the toxicity of different uranium compounds in animals, it was concluded that the relatively more water-soluble compounds (uranyl nitrate, uranium hexafluoride, uranyl fluoride, uranium tetrachloride) were the most…

    • artika rama

      machomaker Hi machomaker ,, I have been warning people about not to spread misinformation , not to claim any theories , unless we really know what we are talking about ,, that we are experts in our field to make such claims .
      you take two different things
      1; seal deaths from LEO networks ,,
      2 uranium dermatosis from wikipedia ,, and you join these two facts YOURSELF !! ,, are you sure you are educated enough on this subject to make the kind of statement ? Are you sure these two things are linked ?

      To make it clear ,, i am not SAYING they ARENT linked ,, absolutely not ,, but IF we say that they are linked ,, and later someone finds out that they arent ,, we all look like deeks right ?
      It is very important NOT to spread misinformation ,, not to spread our opinions ,, thoughts as if they were scientific facts .
      in the end any misinfo will be used against all of us ,, the whole antinuke society is being ridiculed and we are loosing our credibility because of false statements , made up theories by people who have no idea what they are talking about.
      we have to be carefull about what we say , what we claim ,, otherwise this whole antinuke movement is turning into another one of those conspiracy theories ,,, from aliens did it ,, to CIA created an earth quake etc etc
      ANY MISINFO is damaging to the antinuke movemenet ,, whatever the calim is .

      • clamshellernh clamshellernh

        Admin …In reply to info and anti nuclear groups .
        They have been relatively quiet on fuk I do know they are in quiet discussion at this time on bringing factual info when the time is right ,of course we say now ! but they are being very careful , when the fear comes the gov will institute false flags to shut down discourse . Are we prepared ? There are those that are eating from the trough like greenpeace , money corrupts if your not very careful , in the past few months more and more are becoming aware and talking about this , a lot of folks are misinformed and the gov loves that and they love fear as the sheeple will look for a leader
        I expect it to blow up and scare the shit out of people . You will see a lot of services offered to check food for radiation and the peppers will get a huge bump in sales . We must hold them accountable (those that seek to profit off fear that is )can anyone predict any more profit from fear scams . Let's talk about it .
        While I continue to put this list as a first for information then other links that visualize such as rad chick and a few others , anything in my eyes helps . Never would I send anyone to Alex and that crew .is this site prepared to take on the onslaught of company ? Is there anything we can ask to improve this site ? Could they put a discussion topic section on this??
        I can feel the terror already .

  • Machomaker Machomaker

    potent systemic toxicants. The poorly water-soluble compounds (uranium tetrafluoride, sodium diuranate, ammonium diuranate) were of moderate-to-low systemic toxicity, and the insoluble compounds (uranium trioxide, uranium dioxide, uranium peroxide, triuranium octaoxide) had a much lower potential to cause systemic toxicity but could cause pulmonary toxicity when exposure was by inhalation. The terms soluble, poorly soluble, and insoluble are often used in this profile without relisting the specific compounds. Generally, hexavalent uranium, which tends to form relatively soluble compounds, is more likely to be a systemic toxicant than tetravalent uranium, which forms relatively insoluble compounds. Ingested uranium is less toxic than inhaled uranium, which may be partly attributable to the relatively low gastrointestinal absorption of uranium compounds.

    The lethal effects of inhalation exposure to uranium have been investigated in humans in epidemiological studies and in animal studies under controlled conditions. Epidemiological studies indicate that routine exposure of humans (in the workplace and the environment at large) to airborne uranium is not associated with increased mortality. Brief accidental exposures to very high concentrations of uranium hexafluoride have caused fatalities in humans, most likely due to the resulting exposure to hydrogen fluoride. Laboratory studies in animals indicate that inhalation exposure to certain uranium compounds can be fatal…

  • Machomaker Machomaker

    These deaths are believed to result from renal failure caused by absorbed uranium. The low specific activity of uranium precludes the possibility of absorbing enough uranium to deliver a lethal dose of radiation.

    Mortality can be induced in animals exposed to sufficiently high concentrations of pure uranium compounds. The acute-duration LC50 (lethal concentration, 50% death) for uranium hexafluoride has been calculated for Long-Evans rats and Hartley guinea pigs (Leach et al. 1984). The animals were exposed to uranium hexafluoride in a nose-only exposure apparatus for periods of up to 10 minutes and then observed for 14 days. The 2-minute LC50 values (95% CIs) for the rats and guinea pigs were 120,290 mg U/m3 (99,270–145,750 mg U/m3) and 62,080 mg U/m3 (43,380–88,830 mg U/m3), respectively. For a 5-minute inhalation exposure, the LC50 in rats was estimated as 38,600 mg U/m3 (26,760–55,720 mg U/m3); the LC50 for a 10-minute inhalation was estimated as 12,010 mg U/m3 (10,090–14,290 mg U/m3).

  • Machomaker Machomaker

    ———————————————————————– ———————————————————————– ——————————
    The animals that died showed some damage to the respiratory tract, probably due to hydrofluoric acid, but this damage was not judged to be the cause of death, at least in the animals that died more than 2 days postexposure. Urinalysis and histopathological examination indicated that renal injury was the primary cause of death (Leach et al. 1984).
    ———————————————————————– ———————————————————————– ——————————-

    Renal Effects (Kidney)
    Uranium has been identified as a nephrotoxic metal, exerting its toxic effect by chemical action mostly in the proximal tubules in humans and animals. However, it has been suggested that the renal damage from exposure to high-linear energy transfer coefficient (LET) alpha-emitting heavy metals, such as uranium, may be the complementary effect of both the chemical toxicity and the radiotoxicity of these metals (Wrenn et al. 1987).

  • Machomaker Machomaker

    Incidental Gross Necropsy Findings In Subsistence Harvested Ice Seals And Pacific Walrus. (Page 162)

    Results: Incidental gross findings among the three species included: lesions of the reproductive system (adnexal
    cysts, uterine and penile melanosis, cliteromegaly, cryptorchism, retained placenta), endocrine system (thyroid cysts, adrenal nodules), musculoskeletal system (synovial cyst), integumentary system (panniculitis, epider
    mal molt (aka dreadlocks), skin sloughing) and digestive system (microdontia; chronic interstitial pancreatitis, hepatic cyst; cholestatic jaundice; geophagia). Helminths were commonly observed in the gastrointestinal system
    of ice seals, but not as commonly in the respiratory system. Ectoparasites i.e. lice were not observed. A variety of the observed pathological conditions (reproductive and endocrine lesions) are reported for the first time in Arctic Pinnipeds

    • sayonara kitty sayonara kitty

      @machomaker, (excuse the crypto wording, i just tried to post this commet 2x before and get sent to a 404 page, so i am going to try different spelling for key words.) your study mentions a uranium hexafloride, and my question is… is this the same "flo ride family" as used in 2th paste or pr 0 zak? i am not educated in chemistry and am curious if using the above two may exacerbate the effects of exposure?
      and if this comment does actually go thru now, then here's a shout out to the nsa

  • unincredulous unincredulous

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  • We Not They Finally

    one thing is certain no one is going to inherit the earth. . In the end we will have to all leave the earth and probably go destroy other planets like we have the earth. Humanity is essentially a predator not only of all the species but especially his own.

    • artika rama

      wenottheyfinally I am not even that optimistic wntf . I dont even think we will survive till we reach that kind of technological sophistication to travel to other worlds .
      As the technology improves we learned how to kill more and more people by less and less effort/costs . When we reach a level that one person could destroy a whole nation i think we are doomed ,, cause in every nation there are more than enough people who are willing to destroy one another .
      it doesnt look like a bright future for the mankind unless we are prepared to make drastical changes in our ways πŸ™
      we are still ruled by our primitive instincts , not much different than that of a savage animal and even animals are smart enough not kill their own . MAybe we should try to learn from them .

  • pjrsullivan

    How many can we only wonder, suspect that we have been repeatedly attacked with nuclear blast weapons? Here's a link with more information about it:

    Next question, how many might have a suspicion that we are under a full fledged nuclear attack by a weapon of mass destruction, the dirty bomb power plant at Hitachi-GE?

    Who out there might think that this open air burning of nuclear waste may be an intentional act of war against the people of planet earth? Would genocide be too strong of a word to describe what is happening here? Would it take millions or billions of sick people from nuclear waste, before we might consider the word genocide, as appropriate for what our nuclear bankers have done and are still doing to us here?

    Might we only hope and pray that labor will STRIKE THEM OUT and take control of our purse so that we can hire the experts to go in and shut this intentional man made dirty bomb disaster down properly?

    For those who may think that nuclear energy is needed to fuel our world, here is a link with some technical aspects of clean unlimited Velocity power sources:

    Free energy was understood to be a reality over a century ago. If this is true, and it is, then how did we ever let them mine our planet with thousands of nuclear blast weapons and hundreds of dirty bomb power plants?

    Must we not act promptly to save…

    • artika rama

      pjrsullivan Free energy does exist ,, its called the sun πŸ™‚ there is more than enough energy in the sunlight than we will ever need. If we would invest in renewable sources , like wind , solar , just as much as we did by nuclear , we wouldnt be in this mess .

    • sayonara kitty sayonara kitty

      @pjrsullivan, i too believe that free energy has been understood for quite some time now, that fukushima, tmi or cherynobl never needed to happen. and, going a little further, i believe that the PTB who went on to develop the free energy technology also, have a means to reduce the effects of radionuclides hence, their calvilear attitude towards the lives of those being exposed now. just my opinion.

      • Dr. Anne Lee Tomlinson Maziar anne

        No one has the ability to lessen the effects of radionuclides. Proper diet does prolong life, but the elite are simply already brain dead from too much expose to nuclear radiation which is manmade and can't be lessened and is lethal to all forms oflife.

  • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

    They could have gone that way in 1950 and/but they chose very unwisely! πŸ™

    • artika rama

      They should at least stop building new nuke plants and start building solar farms and wind farms etc .
      Germany is planning to do so ,, and some developed countries are beginning to learn the lesson and start switching to renewables ,, but while only a handful of countries are doing so , , the rest of the world is going more and more nuclear.
      Several developing countries are allready planning to start building nuke plants instead of investing in renewables.
      Nuke industry doesnt care who the buyers are as long as they can sell their product .
      In the end number of nuke plants are only increasing .
      I am guessing we will be seeing more and more of fukushima s and chernobyl , in he near future .

  • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

    Of course a cat would be nice, but we lived just fine for millions of years without them! πŸ™‚

    So we are now going to pick on Fire? The Rain? The Snow? The Wind? The Dirt?

    We are now dealing with the Organic Key Elements of Nature!

    Kerosene and oil may be somewhat natural, but they were not burning 24/7 naturally here on this Earth and neither was manmade Radiation Contamination.

    Since we humans started the above everything has become very strange… πŸ™

    • flatsville

      Catalytic converters are essential to minimze the crap in the air That's why they are required on cars.

      Don't explian it away. Own it. You're doing nothing to minimize the crap in the air.

      There are better ways.

      • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

        Cats are not required and I do not need to own anything. πŸ™‚

        There were 1400 fires raging all over California several years ago and not one burning tree had a cat installed on it, and no one/few went to the hospital, and if they did they already had a lung condition from something else, probably food or previous employment.

        What was really bad was that each home that burned released tons of toxins that were deadly in the form of manmade unnatural elements, plastics, furniture, glue, chemicals, etc. You do not like to see the smoke and yes Cats were originally a nice addition to any wood stove, but better wood stove designs have made them obsolete now and all they really did was clog up… πŸ™

        Gasoline and the metal released from the engine combustion chambers over time was never natural…just like the planes flying's all bad! πŸ™

        • SykeWar(DELETED) SykeWar

          While cats may be a nice addition to a stove, mine hates the wood stove. And the smell of burnt fur is awful. Who came up with this idea? πŸ˜‰

  • 2014 – Fukushima Radiation Linked By Scientists To Hairless Seals, Mass Animal Die Offs And Sickness In Alaska; via @AGreenRoad

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  • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

    Great stuff Dr.!

  • artika rama

    anne Two things
    1; you are responding too fast for me ,, i cant type that fast , you can copy paste but i cant ,, and my internet connection is very slow .
    2; I cant always reply on the specific message on the correct section since that part wont open sometimes , so i reply wherever i can . sorry for that . Better check the messages list on the right side of the page.

    ABout your message "How Vitamin C Stops Cancer" you are talking about cancer ,, i was talking about radiation . i think we must differentiate amongst those two ,, radiation damage is NOT only cancer .Cancer is only "ONE" of the disease ( meaning other diseases could be caused as well ) that CAN be caused by radiation (meaning it can be caused by other causes as well ) .
    All of the effort i have been mentioning above was about avoiding having cancer ,, before one gets cancer ,, when you ingest or inhale radioactive isotopes.
    cancer treatment is a totally different topic.
    I just wanted to make it clear,, i did not mention anything about cancer treatment ,, only about radiation treatment.

  • Machomaker Machomaker

    I throw this connection in the round and you can a little bit about that.

    Bering Sea – Fish and Fish Habitat Relationship
    Between Feeding Trophic Level On Total Mercury Concentrations In
    5 Steller Sea Lion Prey Species. (Page 213)

    The decay chain of uranium 238
    Mercury Fourier Trans form and Model Fit Data for Hg in the Tank 11H Sludge Sample

  • Machomaker Machomaker

    DNA and Mitochondrial Time Bombs: Uranium, Mercury and Diabetes

    It is disheartening enough that industry pollutes our world with mercury to produce the energy necessary for modern societies to function. But to learn that the military, for no other purpose than to further the political and economic ambitions of a few, is polluting the entire world for eternity is the most terrible catastrophic event in history. There is no possibility of reversing the current uranium pollution and probably no way to influence the Americans and British to rethink and admit their ways.

    β€œThe Toxic Potential of Materials at the Nano Level.” It explains how any kind of material – it could be ordinary carbon or a metal that is not radioactive – if these particles are small enough (tinier than a micron which is a millionth of a meter, or one ten thousandths of a centimeter) if these particles are that small, it turns out they are toxic in themselves, whatever their composition. β€œThat’s exactly what’s happening in the case of nanoparticles which are produced when the uranium burns upon impact and melts steel and the fine particles are so small, they act like a gas. So what you’re getting is a gas of uranium that gets transported around the world and is now proven by these latest measurements,” says Dr. Sternglass.

    • artika rama

      machomaker Exactly ,, this is what i trying to warn everyone about ,, these are new threats ,, we didnt have nano particles in our environment (similar to radioactivity ) and we just dont know how to dealwith them . we are used to dealing with microbes etc ,, we learned what hygiene is through the years ,, how we can protect and treat ourselves ,, but when it comes to these kinds of threats like raidoisotpes ,, (or nano particles as in your example ) we dont know jack sh..t . We pretend to knwo but we dont . we cant use the same ways to treat to protect ourselves form these new threats as we use against microbs etc .
      There will never be a antiradioactivity vaccin ,, or a plutonium removal operation ,, or anything we are accustomed with ,,
      the rules of the game changed ,,we need to change our misconceptions ,, we need to relearn and adapt.
      as i gave anothe rexample before, not playing in snow could be a much better advice you can consider than buying organis food,,
      We need to adapt to the new situation and the first step is to recognise the new threat .

  • probie probie

    That white goo looks like adhesions to me. No doctor but it's my understanding the candida mutates to begin the death process and cause white strings to grow throughout the tissues to start the decomposition process. Fibroids and adhesions will bring up similar looking photos – any doctors/vets/coroners care to comment/correct/enlighten?