TV: Huge number of sea creatures washing up dead along West Coast — “It’s a crisis all along Southern California… large numbers getting sick and dying” (VIDEO)

Published: June 13th, 2017 at 9:53 am ET


KGTV, Jun 6, 2017: Dead dolphin mystery explained by Scripps Insitution of Oceanography — Dead dolphins are washing ashore in the South Bay, and lifeguards believe algae is killing them. The first dead dolphin was discovered Sunday night at the foot of Elkwood Ave. in Imperial Beach, according to the San Diego Sheriff’s Department. Deputies found two more on Tuesday.[Clarissa Anderson of the Scripps Institution of Oceanography at U.C. San Diego] told 10News she does not see a connection between the current bloom and February’s massive sewage spill in the Tijuana River basin because the bloom is more widespread.

KGTV transcript, Jun 6, 2017: Now to a developing story — large numbers of sea animals getting sick and dying off our coast… But we’re not alone, it’s a crisis all along the Southern California coast… Stranded dolphins have washed ashore… Clarissa Anderson of the Scripps Institution of Oceanography at U.C. San Diego: “The numbers of sea lion strandings we have seen is pretty extreme and a huge number, of not only animals, but a wide variety of species of marine birds have stranded… a lot of deaths… The reality is it is happening all over Southern California simultaneously.”

Coronado Times, Jun 10, 2017: Residents of Imperial Beach and Coronado say they have seen a spike in deceased marine life on local beaches… “I am not a marine biologist, but I have certainly observed an uptick in deceased marine animals,” says Coronado Cays resident and surfer Daron Case. “The timing coincides with the sewage spill.” There have been reports of pelicans, sea lions, and dolphins, and fish washed up on the shore line and floating lifelessly in the water.

See also: Alarming mass die-off on California beaches — “Extremely high” number of sick and dead animals — Seabirds, sea lions, dolphins affected — Experts: Never seen this many sick birds — “How many have to die before somebody cares?” (VIDEOS)

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Published: June 13th, 2017 at 9:53 am ET


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  • HillbillyHoundDog HillbillyHoundDog

    Watching… Helpless.

    The answer is the answer. Whatever it is… It is.

    The Pacific is dying.

    The other shoe WILL drop.

    A collapsing field.

    And Fukushima still spews.


    • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

      a good experiment; take a huge aquarium of naturally radioactive water complete with a thriving ecosystem living in it….add about 1/1000th extra radiation in the form of C-137, S-90, plutonium etc…and see what happens.

      • razzz razzz

        This has already happened inadvertently. Reports are under the radar so as not to panic sea life for fear a mass migration to the southern hemisphere.

        'Massive starfish die-off in Pacific Ocean linked to mystery virus'

        "…The outbreak, known as “wasting syndrome,” has infected at least 20 different species of starfish since it was first detected in Washington’s Olympic Peninsula in June 2013. It spread to Oregon, Monterey Bay, Big Sur and as far south as Baja California, even killing starfish in major aquariums in Seattle, Vancouver, Monterey and other cities…"

        'Sea star die-off leads to kelp 'clearcut' in Howe Sound, scientists find'

        "…The mysterious wasting disease hit in 2013, killing sea stars from Mexico to Alaska in what has been described as one of the largest wildlife die-offs ever recorded…

        …Anything we can do to help understand how the system works, even as it's changing, it's going to allow us to make better management decisions," said Schultz.

        Whereas she used to see an ocean floor "carpeted" in sunflower stars, now she only sees them every six or seven dives and hasn't seen a fully-grown adult in years…"

        • unincredulous unincredulous

          "Furthermore, genes involved in nervous system processes and tissue remodeling were also differentially expressed, pointing to transcriptional changes underlying the signs of sea star wasting disease."

          Posted this before but no one replied.

          Sure looks like this paper is saying that sea star wasting disease is caused by "transcription errors" and what exactly is a transcription error in this context? Mutation. Radioactive contamination. Does warm water cause transcription error? Does domoic acid cause transcription error? Is the starfish secretary just having a bad day?

          • unincredulous unincredulous

            Well, I guess they actually said " transcription changes" maybe the starfish just finally got tired of having arms and living and stuff. Or maybe it was an Obama change. Really, just why would they say "change" and not error? Maybe they had GE PR knock on their door

            • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

              Posted this one before..seems pretty simple. 🙂

              Method of decomposing calcium carbonate

              Fukushima fallout killed/decomposed all the starfish. 🙁

              The dermis contains an endoskeleton of calcium carbonate components known as ossicles. These are honeycombed structures composed of calcite microcrystals arranged in a lattice. … Some are specialised structures such as the madreporite (the entrance to the water vascular system), pedicellariae and paxillae.
              Starfish – Wikipedia

              Nobody noticed and nobody cared..

              • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks


                This experiment was performed to determine whether ionizing radiation is essential for maximum growth rate in a ciliated protozoan. When extraneous ionizing radiation was reduced to 0.15 mrad/day, the reproduction rate of Tetrahymena pyriformis was significantly less (P < 0.01) than it was at near ambient levels, 0.5 or 1.8 mrad/day. Significantly higher growth rates (P < 0.01) were obtained when chronic radiation was increased. The data suggest that ionizing radiation is essential for optimum reproduction rate in this organism.

                The protozoan Orchitophrya stellarum is known to infect the gonads of starfish and damage tissue.[71]

                • unincredulous unincredulous

                  "ionizing radiation is essential for optimum reproduction rate in this organism."

                  Well, there is that potassium -40 in the water. So how did they reduce the ambient radiation, by depriving them of potassium? Just a guess. If so, they would be removing an element pretty much required by every living organism. So, yeah, reproduction rates would lower.

                  Seems that so many scientific articles always try and spin the radiation hormesis angle. I bet they are trying to argue that Fallujah did not have enough depleted uranium naturally.

                  • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

                    uni, there are many studies that show reduced health of various animals in sub normal radiation. I went in to some depth about this before. Call it whatever you want….I call it complicated, but…natural. Life was radioactive from the beginning

              • unincredulous unincredulous

                "Method of decomposing calcium carbonate
                US 3940324 A
                The method consists of decomposing calcium carbonate into carbon dioxide gas and calcium oxide under the effects of an ionizing radiation dose at a minimum power of absorbed radiation equal to 0.5 Mrad/s.
                The advantageous feature of the method resides in that it takes much less time to occur, viz., a few minutes and even seconds rather than several scores of hours, and requires no vacuum to occur."

                But Obewan, this only occurs when companies are making money off the idea. They have reality fences that keep this reaction from occurring outside of Wall Street bay.

                hmmmm. Coral reefs:

                "They secrete calcium carbonate to form hard skeletons that become the framework of the reef."

                They demonize CO2 and scream global warming. Then they ionize the oceans and bitch about algae. Whiny bitches. Then they will tax us for exhaling

                Gee just looked up calcium carbonate in human bones. Yep, it's in us, too. Anyone looking for increased osteoporosis in humans after Fukufukmeshima?

                • unincredulous unincredulous

                  should be a bunch of free calcium oxide on the ocean floor. send kenny boy and note, he'll get right on it if you send him 600 bucks and a bucket of sand

      • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

        a possible scenario; glutaminergic system of animals is adversely affected (Bandazhevsky). Domoic acid production is increased in pseudo nitzschia by oxidative stress, both from the nuclear fallout but also increased UV radiation because die off of plankton decreased cloud cover (which was also likely the cause of the warm 'blob'). The DA also accumulates the radionuclides by chelation. The DA thus imbues them with a survival advantage allowing algae blooms with increased DA content (Code et al). Toxic algae blooms are increasing synchronistically with the nuclear industry and there may be a correlation.

        Animals that consume DA from the food chain are affected in much the same way as radiation affected glutaminergic pathways. Interestingly, radiolysis alters glutamine to its opposing neuro-exitability regulator, a-aminobutyric acid. This could possibly cause a feedback loop of glutamine transport because of the tight regulatory functions.

        A large part of physiological function is affected by glutamine actions, including gene expression, mitochondria function, blood clotting, inflammation cascades, of course neurodegenerative conditions

        • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

          So, oxidative stresses, I wonder what mitochondrial function is like with, how to say, impaired ATP?

        • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

          for all the eager young marine biologists who want to follow up so they can write something about why the largest oceanic release of radioactive poison might be poisoning the ocean;


          • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

            Yeah but what about all the other nuke tests, the corroding nuke waste barrels a few dozen miles off the american coast, the combined pollutants, etc?

            I don't think I could be a marine biologist, mainly because I don't fucking like assholes.

            • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

              dumped nuke waste awaits catastrophic release, and is no doubt occurring. But isotope ratios seem to suggest most of the fallout is from Fukushima at this point. Approximately 1/1000 the natural background radiation level

              • Dazy Dazy

       "Like plants that grow toward the sun, dark fungi, blackened by the skin pigment melanin, gravitate toward radiation in contaminated soil. Scientists have observed the organisms—somewhere between plants and animals—blackening the land around the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant in Ukraine in the years since its 1986 meltdown. "Organisms that make melanin have a growth advantage in this soil," says microbiologist Arturo Casadevall of the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York City. "In many commercial nuclear reactors, the radioactive water becomes contaminated with melanotic organisms. Nobody really knows what the hell they are doing there."

                "The presumption has always been that we don't know why truffles and other fungi are black," Casadevall says. "If they have some primitive capacity to harvest sunlight or to harvest some kind of background radiation a lot of them would be using it.""[Melanin] doesn't reflect any light; it's all going into it. Is it all disappearing into a black pigment and has no use whatsoever? Biology is incredibly inventive,"Casadevall argues. After all, extremophile microbes thrive in the heat and acid of hydrothermal vents below the sea or live off the radiation of decaying radioactive rocks deep inside Earth's crust. "It's not that outlandish," Casadevall says, for fungi to harvest the energy in ionizing radiation with the help of melanin. But it is…

                • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

                  That alternaria stuff I mentioned in OT resembles black yeast btw.

                • Dazy Dazy


                  "The relatively new science of using fungi to clean up radioactive or other types of waste is known as mycoremediation, and promises to be far less expensive than other competing methods.
                  It all begins at Chernobyl, when in 2007 – 21 years after the disaster caused the reactors to be cemented over, Russian scientists sent a robot in,and found life – beautiful, horrible life!!!

                  There… inside the most radioactive areas of the breachjed nuclear core was a common black mold growing on the reactor walls. And it wasn't just growing, it was thriving, in what has to have been the most radioactive hostile environment on the planet that would kill you and me within minutes of exposure."

                  "One of the species of fungi, a common black mold called Crytococcus neoformans, doesn't usually contain melanin, but if it happens to be exposed to levels of radiation 500 times higher than normal background radiation, the fungi began to produce melanin within 20 to 40 minutes."

                  • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

                    Oh lord that's a terrible idea.

                    Yes, let's take one of the most pathogenic fungi known to man, mutate it to be even more pathogenic and thrive at the expense of, well, everything else.

                    Now imagine homer saying WOOHOO.

                    • Dazy Dazy

                      That's not what I'm reading. My interpretation is we take what we have that are uptakes, mushrooms, mustard seed, hemp, etc and grow them naturally. I would never suggest intentionally growing bacteria or pathogens but if cockroaches and common mold can eat up radiations and then be dealt with via rinse and repeat that seems like a viable solution to me.

                    • Dazy Dazy

                      Mold tenders.

                    • Dazy Dazy

                      It's steady work.

                    • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

                      Dazy, the problem is, something like weed doesn't just have chimaeric spores that turn into opportunistic pathogens easily transmitted in the atmosphere, vs say, fungus (in fact, more prevalent at higher altitude).

                      Otoh, I do enjoy fungus killing itself as it produces alcohol.

                    • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

                      Also, that fungus is very pathogenic already. It may even bioaccumulate pathogens, particularly in poisonous environment.

                      Though I wouldn't argue plants do the same. But if I compare the mutability of fungis vs those plants…it's kinda easier to notice the shit.

                    • DUDe DUDe

                      Hi Dazy , that capability to quickly adapt to radiation as an energy source made me curious about that species mention of that on Wiki..but the litle "friend" thriving is Not without risk it seems..
                      FM beat me to it..

                      "..Cryptococcus neoformans is an encapsulated yeast[1] and an obligate aerobe[2] that can live in both plants and animals. Its teleomorph is Filobasidiella neoformans, a filamentous fungus belonging to the class Tremellomycetes. It is often found in bird excrement. Cryptococcus neoformans is an encapsulated fungal organism and it can cause disease in apparently immunocompetent, as well as immunocompromised, hosts.[3]."



                    • DUDe DUDe

                      But i agree that if there is no choice..we use what we have..humanity certainly is narrowing its choices pretty fast..or allowing others to do that for them..

                    • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

                      Watch out for trends, before you know it, you'll be homogenized and pasteurized.

                      Narrowing your choices? Ouch. Soon, you won't have any choice.

                    • Dazy Dazy

                      I think there are enough people to spread seed that we don't require sporing plus I don't think most of us could handle much more intentional pollutants in the atmosphere anyway. Ahhchoo.

                    • DUDe DUDe

                      Yep , i know..a consequence of wasting time clinging on to falsehoods..

                    • DUDe DUDe

                      Above was in response to FM..

                    • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

                      Yeah, but the thing about chimaeric spores is that they appear as something else.

                      There are actual biological examples of that.

                      Now imagine the prevelance of spores, airborne, but, with some concentrated nuke radiation crap and mutagenic/genotoxic properties, apart from being pathogenic, to begin with.

                      You reckon you can control those spores? Good luck with that.

                    • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus


                      How about that, since it's good old fashioned plain legalese.

                    • Dazy Dazy

                      An antecdote: A year before I abandoned my property in early 2013 (just foreclosed on this week, yay!) the molds were accelerating out of control in my closed off studio. I kept an eye on the place after I abandoned it (for personal liability issues) and observed that the mold literally took over the entire abandoned property: house, garage, studio, yard; you could smell the mold as soon as you neared the property. Crazy fast mold takeover. My place was in a hot spot where there was a weather vortice from Alaska and the West Coast that sat over the area for extended periods.

                    • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

                      So basically, some "organisms" are kinda like pathogenic virii or fungi spores, depending on their developmental stages and conditions.

                      Not even kidding, but hey, don't take my word for it.

                    • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

                      In simpler english, fungus often appeals for trust, so as to backstab you.

                    • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

                      Consider the results of antibiotics overuse.

                    • Dazy Dazy

                      I got it the first time. You amused me with your apt comparison.

                  • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

                    Yeah sorry, I don't ALWAYS get sarcastic irony.

                    • Dazy Dazy

                      I thought you were alluding to "organisms" in maybe a societal way. My misinterpretation.

                    • Dazy Dazy

                      Thank you for adding some background to your information recently, Farthington. It does make your posts more comprehensive for me. Sincerely appreciative.

                    • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

                      Nope, correct.

                      You are mostly not human.

                    • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

                      Sorry, that was a reply to: "I thought you were alluding to "organisms" in maybe a societal way. My misinterpretation."

                      Cultures and such?

                      Anyway, it's a bit rhetorical. We're supposed to be more human than human, I struggle to phrase that differently.

                    • Dazy Dazy

                      Frank, I would also like to thank you for the lesson you have thus far granted me: to live, love, laugh more fully and to fight more fiercely. I offer you this in return.


                    • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

                      Sorry I'm bad at replying to compliments, but thanks.

                      Yeah, you go up and you notice shit. And it's like, fuck it. I guess I'll go down on that bitch.

                      Mind the innuendo.

                    • Dazy Dazy

                      It's actually more literal than that.
                      The only way to see fully is from the depths. People who haven't experienced the depths, how can they have any concept of how high the heights may be? You can't measure from the middle.

                      Badness, degradation, negativity, whatever term you apply to bad energy ultimately contributes to it's own demise. There is no other way to go and that way is finite. Negativity has an ending, that end is death. Death of an idea, even. All negative things will ultimately kill themselves off.

                      But there is no finite limit to goodness. You can't be too good, or too nice or too perfect. Nature shows us that. Good is infinite, there is no limit. There is also no balance between good and evil. Good wins because badness will ultimately result in it's own demise.

                    • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

                      Fuck, I used one of those electric meters and it reckoned I'm negative. Oh well.

                    • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

                      Dazy, quantum superposition, it's lonely at the bottopom.

                • In March 2013, I was sent a resin encapsulated sample of black fungus like material, for testing. It reportedly came from somewhere in the Minamisoma area of Japan. This fungus like material started growing on the concrete and rock surfaces in Japan, after the Fukushima Nuclear Catastrophe. It appeared to be bio-accumulating Cesium.

                  For those of you who have not looked at a chart like this before, the position of the peaks in the chart indicate which isotopes are present. I placed a pen tip next to a photo of the sample, to give people a clear idea of just how small the sample was. The black sample material only filled up around two thirds of this small sample container.,

                  Test Chart


                  This black fungus material sample from Japan, contaminated with Cesium Cs-137 & Cs-134, was encapsulated in resin for safety reasons, so we don't know how much it weighed. Visually, looking at the encased sample, it appeared to be a few grams, if that. A professional lab reported test results were 117 Bg of Cs-137 and 58 Bq of Cs-134.

                  I posted the test results on the Internet for discussion, and a weight expert posted this comment in 2013.

                  "I'm an expert on weighing objects (sell scales, use different ones daily, some precise to .01g). Fungus in that form does not appear to hold too much water weight and would likely weigh less than a gram given the scale. If it jis thin and…

                  • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

                    Dude, reckon spores could aerosolize that crap?

                    Fungal spores are tiny, hard to filter.

                  • If it jis thin and flakey type fungus, it may be under .25-.5g. Is it thick like a mushroom cap or more like lichen? I've only observed extremely thin fungi growing on concrete, and I would err on the very low side. My best guess is 0.3g."

                    My reply:

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

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

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

                    Even if it was 10 times greater in weight 3 grams, it would still be 58,333 Bq/Kg of Cesium."

                    If the weight expert estimate of 0.3g is correct, then this was highly contaminated material!

                    You wouldn't want your family living in an area with this amount of radioactive contamination! Any so called expert or government official, telling people it is safe for their families to live in highly contaminated areas like this, are criminally negligent in my opinion.

                    • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

                      "Any so called expert or government official, telling people it is safe for their families to live in highly contaminated areas like this, are criminally negligent in my opinion."

                      So, basically all government officials?

                    • DUDe DUDe

                      The less weight we end up with at the end of the concentration proces..the more we could send in to deep space on one flight..someday..if we are still around when everybody finally understands..

                    • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

                      DUDe, every day I'm more focused on supporting sending asswipes to Mars, they really want to be there, right?

                      Just think of how kickass mars is compared to earth.

                      There are some wishes that perhaps, should be granted.

                    • DUDe DUDe

                      I wont hold you back if you know how..and keep it limited to those that deserves it at the same time..still plenty

                      Our nuclear waste should be send in to deep space and then exploded so it disperse as wide as possible before hitting something like a planet after a few lightyears..we have done enough to disturb the natural order of things..with poisson..

                    • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

                      "..we have done enough to disturb the natural order of things..with poisson.."

                      Possibly more truth in that than most would care to admit.


        • HillbillyHoundDog HillbillyHoundDog

          It does not go unnoted. Contrary to the authors claims, the anti-nuke crowd is not naïve to the difference in background v man-made ("1000/1"). Conversely, it has made no difference in outcome. It is not lack of understanding- not lack of knowledge/activism… No matter scientific understanding- the financial sector, backed by the secretive military/nuclear endeavors, will/has won control of the environment, despite the collapsing outcome.

          …Focus is better spent exposing the darkness… rather than vilifying our only hope…

          "Every creature is better alive than dead, men and moose and pine trees, and he who understands it aright will rather preserve its life than destroy it."

          Henry David Thoreau

          "We must reject the idea that every time a law's broken, society is guilty rather than the lawbreaker. It is time to restore the American precept that each individual is accountable for his actions." Ronald Reagan

          Yet, thus…

    • Kelp Forests And Abalone Are Experiencing Mass Die Off On West Coast Of Pacific Ocean, Abalone Are Starving To Death, Coming Up On Shore In 2017; Desperate Attempt To Find Food That Is No Longer There

    • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

      North Atlantic right whales are among the most endangered large mammals on Earth, with only about 500 still alive.
      Mark Baumgartner, an associate scientist with the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute on Cape Cod, said Friday the deaths are a 'mortality disaster.'

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  • Dazy Dazy

    The media is responsible for not telling us about this. Backhand them all. Our experts being quoted "lifeguards believe algae is killing them". Great. Way to be on top of things.

  • freebywill

    and lifeguards believe algae is killing them. – [ because lifeguards are such a knowledgeable source to quote on this type of topic. ]

    • Dazy Dazy

      Should I have put /sarc at the end of my sentence. Thought that would have been implied.

    • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

      I'd rather trust SOME lifeguards than say, an NRC/AEC/DOE/DOD/EPA/FDA/AREVA/Bechtel/Batelle, etc kinda guy. It's not like THAT many of the marine biologists seem to know wtf is going on.

      Besides, some lifeguards actually have experience with the ocean and have actually saved lives.

      But then again, it's probably convenient to use some random surfer's opinion and then kind of suggests "residents", rather than selectively biased testimony is the observation you should consider, though.

  • Sol Man

    First, it must affect the ability to think. Why is anyone still doing anything in the water?!

  • freebywill

    In the Depths of the Oceans, Human Activities Are Beginning to Take Their Toll

    And all around you — as far as the eye can't see — are small, spherical rocks. Varying from microscopic to the size of a volleyball, they look like something stolen from the set of "Gremlins" or maybe "Invasion of the Body Snatchers."

    And they're worth millions. Because inside these mysterious little eggs are untouched stores of copper, titanium, cobalt and especially manganese — crucial for making anything from the steel in your car's frame to the circuitry that tells you how much gas is left in it. Some metals exist in larger quantities here than on all the continents of the world — and you had better believe they have caught the eye of mining companies.

    In addition, both styles of mining would kick up potentially toxic plumes of ultra-fine sand that could travel hundreds of miles through a part of the ocean that has remained undisturbed for thousands of years.

    Because life in the deep ocean is more sensitive to change than in the shallows, the smallest shift in pH, oxygen or temperature can have huge effects. Thus, one of the most serious concerns about the deep ocean is climate change.

  • AirSepTech AirSepTech

    Couldn't be a human problem, we are the masters of our future.

    'In 2015, per capita use fell to 130 gallons per day'

    'In California, wastewater treatment takes place through 100,000 miles of sanitary sewers and at more than 900 wastewater treatment plants that manage the roughly 4 billion gallons of wastewater generated in the state each day.'

    SoCal is about 2/3 of the maybe 2 bil gallons a day

    Living downstream of 25mil hairless apes has its downside.

    The good news is they are 'experimenting' with 'recycling' treated water back into the freshwater.

    Wonder I do, how much fallout/consumption/accumulation gets by the apes perfect turd traps. Quite a few things to catch. 😉

    Where do the solids go? Uranus? AG? My strawberry pie?

    Bummer, but the good news is, it won't last forever. 🙁

    • AirSepTech AirSepTech

      We shouldn't forget the DU on San Clemente Island, maybe Pendleton, and good old SONGS, Navy docks with nukes(USS RR)

      I have 0 doubt you can make toxic soup there, blaming/identifying a single cause may be 'challenging'.

      Exponential effect/unintended consequence will be our undoing.

  • Cesium Sponge Cesium Sponge

    Daron Case seems clueless to me, even for a surfer. I bet Daron believes that "domoic acid" is the reason all the tide pools along San Diego's beaches are empty also.

  • HillbillyHoundDog HillbillyHoundDog

    CARLSBAD, N.M. (AP) — The manager of the federal government's only underground nuclear waste dump in southern New Mexico has a new president and project manager.

    Officials announced this week that Bruce Covert is replacing Phil Breidenbach as president of the Nuclear Waste Partnership, the contractor that oversees the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant.

    Covert has more than three decades of experience in the management and operation of nuclear and high-hazard facilities for the U.S. Energy Department and the U.K.'s Nuclear Decommissioning Authority.
    Dounreay Site Restoration Limited…
    Bruce Claude Covert
    Standard Industry Classification (SIC)
    Treatment and disposal of hazardous waste (38220), Remediation activities and other waste management services (39000), Demolition (43110)
    ACTIVE Friday 04 July 2014
    Bruce Claude Covert is associated with Dounreay Site Restoration Limited since Friday 04 July 2014 as Director

    ***What has that got to do with sea creatures dying en masse, you ask? Well…

    • HillbillyHoundDog HillbillyHoundDog

      …Irradiated nuclear fuel particles on the seabed near the plant,[3] estimated about several hundreds of thousands in number.[17] The beach has been closed since 1983 due to this danger,[3] caused by old fuel rod fragments being pumped into the sea.[3] In 2008, a clean-up project using Geiger counter-fitted robot submarines will search out and retrieve each particle individually, a process that will take years.[3] The particles still wash ashore, including as at 2009, 137 less radioactive particles on the publicly accessible but privately owned close-by Sandside Bay beach and one at a popular tourist beach at Dunnet.[18] In 2012 a two million becquerel particle was found at Sandside beach, twice as radioactive as any previously found particle.[19]

      18,000 cubic metres (640,000 cu ft) of radiologically contaminated land, and 28,000 cubic metres (990,000 cu ft) of chemically contaminated land.
      1,350 cubic metres (48,000 cu ft) of high and medium active liquors and 2,550 cubic metres (90,000 cu ft) of unconditioned intermediate level nuclear waste in store.
      1,500 tonnes (1,700 tons) of sodium, 900 tonnes (990 tons) of this radioactively contaminated from the Prototype Fast Reactor.

      Historically much of Dounreay's nuclear waste management was poor. (con't)…

      • HillbillyHoundDog HillbillyHoundDog

        On 18 September 2006, Norman Harrison, acting chief operating officer, predicted that more problems will be encountered from old practices at the site as the decommissioning effort continues. Some parts of the plant are being entered for the first time in 50 years.[20]

        In 2007 UKAEA pleaded guilty to four charges under the Radioactive Substances Act 1960 relating to activities between 1963 and 1984, one of disposing of radioactive waste at a landfill site at the plant between 1963 and 1975, and three of allowing nuclear fuel particles to be released into the sea,[21][22]

        …On 7 ***October 2014*** a fire on the PFR site led to a "release of radioactivity via an unauthorised route". The Office for Nuclear Regulation (ONR) concluded that "procedural non-compliances and behavioural practices" led to the fire, and served an improvement notice on Dounreay Site Restoration Limited.[28][29] In 2015 decommissioning staff expressed a lack of confidence in management at the plant and fear for their safety.[30]…

    • HillbillyHoundDog HillbillyHoundDog

      …five kilograms of enriched uranium by sea from Dounreay in Caithness to the US government’s nuclear complex at Savannah River in South Carolina.

      The NRC authorisation for the shipment from Dounreay was issued to the nuclear transport company, NAC International, at Norcross in the US state of Georgia, in February 2015. Permission had previously been given for the shipment in 2012-13 and in 2014, but it had not taken place.
      …Phil Breidenbach, president and project manager for operating contractor Nuclear Waste Partnership (NWP), will be replaced by Bruce Covert in mid-June after a three-week transition period.
      …Covert comes to Carlsbad from Scotland, where he served as vice president and project director for waste management projects at Dounreay Site Restoration Limited, a former nuclear reactor research and development center for the past couple years.

    • HillbillyHoundDog HillbillyHoundDog

      Nuclear: Dolphins and birds? Phhht. You're next.

  • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

    "“I am not a marine biologist, but I have certainly observed an uptick in deceased marine animals,” says Coronado Cays resident and surfer Daron Case. “The timing coincides with the sewage spill.”

    The sewage spill is relatively local compared to area affected.
    And when the spill is over and the sea life keep dying?

    Imperial Beach Shoreline Reopened
    The shoreline from the U.S.-Mexico border to the south end of Seacoast Drive in Imperial Beach was closed due to a sewage spill.
    June 8 2017

  • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

    The cover up never ends.
    Years ago they found cesium in only one fish.
    How many did they test.. like 10 or so.
    Minimal results via minimal testing.
    Are we supposed to be that stupid?

    Are Canadian fish being poisoned by radiation from Japan?
    June 12 2017

    It's DYSFUNCTIONAL, to on one hand admit the lack of salmon.."if you are lucky to catch one", but also suggest that they go ahead and become consumers to supposedly prove the safety.
    True concern for salmon would suggest abstinence.


    • HoTaters HoTaters

      There are far too many dead mammals and fish now for it to be mere coinkydink. It's pretty evident there is either an environmental cause and/or radiation causing these mass mortality events. What are the odds of this being the natural emergence of new diseases? The odds are against it.

      So tired of this denial. The added radiation from Fukushima seems to have caused a tipping point to be reached in these mass mortality events.

      It's disusting that we don't know because the radiation isn't even being tested for, except in a few instances.

      What the media is doing with these stories is also disgusting. It's almost like, "Oh, goody, another mass mortality event! This is makes for a great story!"

      So much for infotainment.

      • HoTaters HoTaters

        Meant the mass mortality events are caused by environmental toxins and/or radiation. IMHO the radiation is the most significant factor because it is immune suppressive, and radionuclides replace healthy minerals in the tissues of animals. And they cause endocrine disruption (as do some plastic compounds and other toxins.)

        There is only so much pollution and radiation that animals and fishes can withstand.

        I'm sorry to say I now also think human beings and domestic animals will be the next obvious victims.f

        It is also apparent there is nowhere to go to get away from this, in the long term.

    • DUDe DUDe

      "..Years ago they found cesium in only one fish.
      How many did they test.. like 10 or so.."

      O wow , i guess we can save ourselve the trouble demanding to test for all 2000+ manmade isotopes swimming around..

  • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

    'Acidification trip'
    So clever…

    West Coast on an Acidification Trip; Fishing Industry in Peril
    June 12 2017

    Any and all causes except radiation.
    And yet at the end of the day ..this is not supposed to be anthropogenic at all.
    How can that be?

  • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

    Not that things have changed..
    Obama blatantly lied about the affects of the Deep water Horizon accident that kill and is killing untold amounts of wild life.
    What we have now is more obvious.
    Trump could give a rat's arse..

    Trump administration cancels proposed limits on marine mammals and sea turtles trapped in fishing nets
    June 12 2017

    • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

      Trump draining the swamp..
      Sure, man.

      Trump names BP oil spill lawyer as top environmental attorney
      June 8 2017

      • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

        brain scans revealed that Trump views earth as a soft sweat muffin with a million vaginas, whispering rape me, please pillage me

      • HoTaters HoTaters

        He's a total disappointment in the environmental arena. But that's not a surprise, he seems like a died-in-the-wool Republican. Am now beginning to think he represents the worst things in the Republican Party.

        There wasn't much of a choice for candidates.

        Sadly, third party candidates still don't stand a chance in Presidential elections.

        Hopefully that will change.

        I sometimes wonder if it will matter, in the big scheme of things. Given that we have a potential ELE underway.

        • DUDe DUDe

          "..He's a total disappointment in the environmental arena.."

          "..I sometimes wonder if it will matter, in the big scheme of things. Given that we have a potential ELE underway.."

          More then one i'm sure Hotaters..we (well , some of us/humanity) only starting to see those that are coming in the fastest..

          Hmm lets see..

          ELE's threathening us are environmental and manmade + environmental total "disappointment" (enemy of life when it stands in the way of profit) man is boss..

          Perfect combination ! We all are gonne be alright ! Especially since HE has also Der Totalen Krieg as an option in his sleeve..

          What could possible go wrong..(with our extermination)

          /sarc.. 🙁

  • Sol Man

    Brain-eating amoebas, becquerels, voc's, other myriad toxins…if one thing doesn't get you there are dozens of others to do the job. At least all of this bad stuff is not spreading at all.

  • Gasser Gasser

    Aloha! for those new here that need to know.

    Read this introduction first to find out how it was discovered Director International Medical Veritas Association

    From that information I made this recipe.

    1. 2 tea spoons of Bob's Red Mill Baking Soda 

    2. 6 tea spoons of organic grade A dark amber Maple syrup.

    3. Stir in sauce pan tilted back to keep continents deep stir able at low heat till it foams up and cooks down to a very little foam…this takes about 5 min.

    4. Heat off, let sit for 20 min and it will turn into a thick carmel.

    5. Add tea spoon of water place over low heat again, stir to turn it back into liquid form.

    6. Using a big all purpose syringe, suck up the liquid to fill (give or take) 28 to 30 double 00 gel caps (get at health food store)

    [Can be taken directly from the spoon…I don't like the taste of it so I gelcap it]…also it helps to have a piece of wood with holes drilled to hold the gelcap's when filling.


    • Gasser Gasser


      7. With water take half first half in the morning and other half just before bed in evening.

      8. Do this till you have used up all the 12.7 oz of Maple syrup…you will end up using 300+ gel cap's that come 100 per bag full or you can get by bulk also.

      9. In a matter of few weeks the cancer will be gone no matter what type or where it's located.

      How this works> heating up the Maple syrup Bicarbonate Soda binds the two elements, it goes into the blood stream and is a Trojan horse carrying the Baking soda into the sugar loving tumor making it so Alkaline the fungus dies out.

      Disclaimer> This is only a fix not a cure> There is no cure for Cancer, because man made Radioactive elements are everywhere in everything…meaning Cancer is a none stoppable recurring phenomena relative to radioactive elements a person is exposed to.

      Now @ 76 yr'ol my Cancer fix works, I'm still off road riding where no wheels ever rolled.

      • HoTaters HoTaters

        Hi Gasser, I see you already re-posted the recipe. Thank you.

        I'm indulging my usual bad habit of reading comments from the bottom of the page to top. So I didn't see your post. Doh!

        • HoTaters HoTaters

          Gasser, I was mentioning to Farthington it's probably possible to use a heavy simple syrup and cook it down to make this recipe.

          Maple syrup sounds best, but a simple syrup could likely be used as a substitute.

          • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

            What, like rum, molasses, frank can sense and some baking soda?

          • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

            The thing is, alkalizing components don't necessarily balance your system, because your system responds with acid (if it's functional).

            HT, Jupiter and Saturn convened, queried the Sun, we tried mercy, but hey. So we talked to Pluto. And he was like "these fucking people have no idea".

            • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

              baking soda is not for boosting health, the program is for killing cancer or the organisms causing it. Otherwise its not good to use because it may depolarize the cell, as per Gerson. The baking soda cure may be based on Simoncinis clinical application. Its one interesting theory of cancer that candida is at the root of it all. OF course no mainstream oncologist will think that is remotely true, and 90% of alternative doctors dont think its true either. To hunt down truth is a lifetime work. Rife made some really good microscopes and found that the cancer virus was pleomorphic, changing through many different forms that are considered different microorganisms. Mainstream science has several different viral causes of cancer, and hundreds of causes for different cancers. If you are in a battle with cancer, you have to make a MAJOR commitment and probably not rely on any one thing. Diet, getting the heavy metals out, liver cleanse, herbs, and at least one but preferably several anti cancer modalities.

              • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

                So what did I just say? Now consider some other shit I've mentioned about chimaeric mutagenicity.

                You wanted me to be succinct, right? Self-constructed chameleon. Xenogenic.


                • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

                  Oh sorry, just crossing some borders.


                  • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

                    embracing your anger is good. Do you know that if you cant use the energy and motive power given by anger to overcome your assailant/ impediment that the next stage is depression?
                    Being a jerk to random people doesnt obtain the objective…the reason for having anger in the first place. On the other hand, it will bring you various forms of rejection…which almost any psych knowledgeable person would tell you, is part of the subconscious plan to keep re living some rejection state usually brought about by your parents. Im just saying….I can like you for who you are, but I wont be a 'victim' of carelessly misapplied emotions. Pretty sure you can understand that

                  • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

                    Still, obsidian, gonna gamma knife "you and yours". Not even kidding.

                • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

                  you just said 'alkalizing components don't necessarily balance your system,', so I attempted to elucidate that the bicarb is not for balancing your system or improving health, but instead a kind of chemotherapy. I guess we arent on the same page?

    • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

      Neat, unfortunately I can't get maple syrup here. Nice explicit mention of the gelcaps, gotta say.

      I've used honey and baking soda though, along with some other stuff. I have experimented quite a bit. Nothing really works, imo. I like wine now.

      • HoTaters HoTaters

        Farthington, you can probably use honey or another type of sugar to make a simple syrup. Simple syrup recipes are all over the Web. It's used for canning.

        Just make a really heavy simple syrup, say, 50%-50% to 60%-40% sugar to water ratio.

        Then you add the bicarbonate to that, and SLOWLY cook it down under low heat, until it forms a very thick syrup. Gasser will need to confirm. I think he said to take it 2-4 times per day, about 1 tablespoon at a time. Will confirm that by posting at non-nuclear issues Forum.

        Any sugar with a high glycemic index should work fine. Fructose (non-GM, non corn syrup) type should work as well.

    • HoTaters HoTaters

      Hi Gasser. Dr. Sircus is great.

      Thank you for the maple syrup bicarb recipe. I've been able to pass it on to a lot of people now.

      You may have helped so save many lives.

      For you or others:

      My family is now using aluminum free baking soda. Bob's Red Mill makes it. You can go to the Bob's Red Mill site and look up stores which carry it. Or you can order it online. Make sure you don't order the Baking Powder marked, "Aluminum Free." The Baking Soda IS aluminum free, but the packaging does not say so. The website states the Baking Soda is aluminum free.

      Our local Wal Mart and Target stores carry it. It's fairly inexpensive.


      • earthsmith earthsmith

        Howdy Gasser, TY! I had this saved on my computer that died a while back and have been wanting to make another batch. Was asking my mind about it this past week. Nice how that works. Keep shredding!

        • HoTaters HoTaters

          Hi earthsmith,

          In case Gasser didn't reply, I'll try to remember to re-post the recipe at the Non-Nuclear Issues Forum.

          I don't see the Form for "Combatting Radiation and Its Effects" recently. That's where we used to post this stuff.

          It will be posted at the Non-Nuclear Issues Forum

          The recipe isn't on my laptop, so I have to go elsewhere to retrieve it.

          You have my permission to follow any of my posts and bug me, remind me to post it, should I forget. (I'm multi-tasking a lot right now.)

          A sante (to your health), HT

      • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

        Epsom salts, transdermal aborption of magnesium is supposed to be pretty good too (and it's cheap).

        • earthsmith earthsmith

          Yeah love me a nice epsom salt bath. I fill that bath tub with my expensive shower head filter though. Been doing apple cider vinegar baths to with some baking soda, really heals the skin.

          • Dazy Dazy

            Try adding some pink Himalayan salts to your baking soda bath, earthsmith, lovely, you can feel the toxins leaving your body.

            On Epsom salts, do be a bit careful :

            When I was in premature labor with my twins they gave me turbutaline along with epsom salts in mass dosage (intravenous Epsom salts). It turned my very red hair auburn, I had a distinct brown line related to meds and the color never fully recovered. It must leach your body of minerals is what I deduced.

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  • DUDe DUDe

    And BTW Admin , Thanks for the new thread..;)

  • Jebus Jebus

    Was there a 9.0 earthquake on 3/11?

    Was there a massive tsunami that washed tons of chemicals into the sea?

    Did three reactors explode giving everyone/everything on Earth an xray, spreading radionuclides around the globe?

    It's a big sea. A giant planet. Not enough to cause immediate harm.

    To us. What about the sea. How many tiny creatures can you count?

    Was there sixteen feet of sea snot, (dead biota), on the sea floor?

    Was there a massive die off of those millions of small creatures?

    Did those events kill massive amounts of krill?

    What does all this dead biota become? Nutrients.

    Nature does not send in the cleanup crews, unless the moment is right.

    A algae bloom has to have a reason to bloom. Nutrients.

    A human error. A massive biological die off in the food chain.

    All these algae, bacteria, fungus, molds, and viri, have always been in the sea. They are everywhere.

    Dormant. Waiting. Ready. They got the call…

    • DUDe DUDe

      Strong summary true..

      • DUDe DUDe

        Thus we can conclude , the cleaning crew of extremophiles has begun its job..compared to the situation we enthusiastically maneuvered ourself and the planet in to.. , all under the banner of "progress" , a pea balancing on the sharp edge of a knife is on a lazy holiday..

        And the majority of people has the fixated mental attitude programmed like : This and that and that and this too are mandatory personal conditions and accompanying dogma's/blindfold's i refuse to part from no matter what..everything including truths that threatens any of those on a conscience or subconscious level i will ignore , deny or what is it again about the planet you wanted to warn me about..i see if it makes sense to me..
        Its impossible for these people to internalize enough truth to be part of the needed change..or to even stop blocking it..and their epitome in the white house..some feedback loop..
        Not good..

        • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

          1000 years after the carrington event melted down half the worlds reactors, most of the descendents living in the underground city of monsanto had succumbed to black mold, and the remaining had resorted to cannibalism. But one man made it to the surface…opened the airlocks to breath air now said to have acceptable radiation levels. Bright! unbelievable brightness blinded the man…but through squinted eyes he could finally make out the scenery. Like the sahara, the sky brown with dust…not a living thing except some dark patches where mold once thrived. He had made it….Zach Trump…survived to see the sunlight. At last he closed the doors behind him, stumbling into the black depths below to find the freezer that held the remaining stores of meat

    • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

      99% of the population doesnt know that disaster is happening. Neither do they know the ocean and land once was teaming with vibrant life. 99% of scientists say its an anomaly, caused by water that is either too hot or too cold. Half of them voted for one party or the other and now turn on the ballgame. Such is the detached insanity of a species so enamored with itself it is blind to the world, the earth…from which it came and to which it will soon return

  • Jebus Jebus

    It is very disheartening to see an aggregate depiction of the demise of so many creatures, in such a short timeline, knowing full well it is only a small percentage of the total loss.

    This is the result of a very short hundred years of mankind's greatest achievements…

    • DUDe DUDe

      "..This is the result of a very short hundred years of mankind's greatest achievements…"

      The term "mankind's greatest achievements" becomes very relative it is..

      It was only "Great" in the eye of mankinds ego-disorders..aka blindfold's..and ego is artificial..given to you by your already programmed nuts fellow human beings and their specific replace intuition and an open heart..

      Make america "great" me the shivers..all considered..

      • Jebus Jebus

        As the poisons won't be stopping anytime soon, those creatures are not coming back.

        Again, nothing is changing but the Ocean…

        • DUDe DUDe

          We need to get back to a global effort to gain absolute control over the underground river washing the cores in to the ocean..and plug the holes and separate the ocean water from the contaminated area..that should have been the aim since day one..six long years of gushing dead sentences and ego-disordered sabotage/besidesthepointactivity/passivity imo

    • AirSepTech AirSepTech

      80% of homes had no electricity 100 years ago.

  • Gasser Gasser

    Remember Nick who mentioned this GMI a few years back

    Something to consider; I have been following the Fukushima meltdown since day one through all the phases it has been going through including the media coverups.
    My take on this World wide catastrophe is that in time soon it will be realized that GMI (Global Mass Insanity) will snowball from Fukushima Daiichi's nearing 6 years of non stoppable spewing Radiation (heavy metal electron atoms) released into the atmosphere, water, and all food supplies World wide…these Plutonium half life Actinides short circuits the delicate electro chemical brain synapses disrupting the thought process on all levels and are the main cause of Cancer…brain Cancer is now rampant in children today, they are the most susceptible, along with women's Genome DNA producing deformed children.


    • Gasser Gasser


      Also many humans will have a thyroid problem that will get Cancerous, the thyroid gland is responsible for hormone distribution, when hormones get disrupted our bodies including the hippocampus will ceases to function on a normal level causing one to get super pissed off at the least little thing.

      Now with politically correct infighting, unemployment high stress, and designer Drugs, it doesn't take to much to make one go ultra bananas, Law enforcement and protestors are a measuring stick to that killing factor…the ELE (Extinction Life Event) is becoming more real every moment/day/year because of Fukushima Daiichi's three Nuclear core meltdowns polluting Atmosphere and Oceans, that not even God, if he tried, cannot stop it…the poison Genie is out of the bottle, human kind will all die out slowly but surely.

  • Gasser Gasser

    Hotel Fukushima
    On a dark desert highway, cool wind in my hair
Warm smell of metallic, rising up through the air 

    Up ahead in the distance, I saw a skyshine light 

    My head grew heavy and my sight grew dim.

    I had to stop from fright 

    There I stood in the highway 

    I heard the Nuclear warning bell

    And I was thinking to myself,

'This ain't no longer Heaven its going to be Hell,
Then it lit up like a Nuclear candle showing me the bright of day 

    There were voices down the ENEnews corridor,

    I thought I heard them say…

    Welcome to the Hotel Fukushima 

    Such a dangerous place 
Such a ugly waste.


    • Gasser Gasser


Plenty of Radioactivity at the Hotel Fukushima 

      Any time of year, you can find it here

      They're mind is greedy-twisted, they all got Mercedes bends

      They all got a lot of pretty toys, as they're safety pretends

How they fear in the control room, in paranoid sweat
      Some failed to remember, some do drugs to forget

      So I called up the Captain, 
'Please bring me my dosimeter time 

      He said;
'We haven't had that high count here since nineteen sixty nine.

      And those ENEnews posters from far away 

      Wake you up in the middle of the night

Just to hear them say…

      Welcome to the Hotel Fukushima

      Such a poisoned place
      Such an ugly waste 

      They're all dying up at the Hotel Fukushima
      What a contamination surprise, bring your TEPCO alibis

      Smoke and mirrors used for Nuclear dealing,
      The champagne fizzing becquerels behind a wall of ice

      And they said,
      We are all just prisoners here, of Yakuza's device


      • Gasser Gasser



And in the reactors chambers, 

        They gathered to stop the radiation released


They stab at it with their homeless worker's lives
        But they just can't kill the Nuclear beast

Last thing I remember, they was

        Running for the door 

        Trying to find the passage back 

        To the place it was before.

        'Relax,' said Abe the Japanese man
We are programmed to bow and leave

        You can checkout any time you like

        But radiation in you can never leave!

        Then the Nuclear Devil said;

        Welcome to the Hotel Crematorium

Last home of the last human race

        Radioactive ashes replace your space

~Gasser Classic~

  • Jebus Jebus

    Yes, no other planet celebrates Earth day…

  • Jebus Jebus

    Trump administration cancels proposed limits on marine mammals and sea turtles trapped in fishing nets

    The NOAA analysis concluded that the costs of the protections far outweighed the benefits and that the fishing industry had implemented measures that greatly reduced the deaths and injury of protected marine mammals.

    Kilduff said, however, that protections are still necessary because rare species, such as leatherback turtles, humpback whales and sperm whales, are still being killed and injured in gill nets.

    There are so few examples of some species that if gill nets kill even one or two, the overall effect can be devastating, she said.

    “Government scientists have said that West Coast fisheries can’t catch more than one leatherback every five years,” she said. “They estimate that four times that have caught just in the gill-net fishery alone.”

    Steiner, of the Turtle Island group, argued that the deaths and injuries have dropped mainly because the gill-net fishing fleet in California has declined dramatically.

    NOAA figures show that the number of vessels plunged from a high of 129 in 1994 to 20 in 2016.

    “The numbers caught per set have not gone down,” Steiner said. “The California gill-net fishery kills more marine mammals than all other West Coast fisheries combined.”

    • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

      MWA…HA….HA. GIL NETS, an indispensable part of our indispensable economic growth of the Perfect capitalist economic system, indistinguishable from the indispensable democratic liberation by force and debt instruments levied on foreign countries, to free those poor people not yet fully within the indispensable global fascist regime…I mean…new world order… Turtles? what, you mean those dispensable animal things that impede our indispensable progress? ….Trump…an indispensable man who will lead the elite of our nation underground with liberty and justice and soylent green crackers for all of them. It will be great, its going to be wonderful…trust me, it will be fantastic

  • laconic93 laconic93

    This is all you need to know about Scripps institute of Oceanagraphy.

    Do Nuclear accidents create a Garden of Eden for wildlife.

  • Jebus Jebus

    At Chernobyl and Fukushima, Radioactivity Has Seriously Harmed Wildlife

    Timothy A. Mousseau: "Fukushima Catastrophe and its Effects on Wildlife"

    • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

      From the atlasobscura article I posted earlier.

      "According to the U.S. Geological Survey, between 1946 and 1970 “more than 47,800 drums and other containers of low-level radioactive waste were dumped onto the ocean floor west of San Francisco.” Only thirty miles from the Golden Gate Bridge it is both the first and largest offshore nuclear waste dump in the U.S. When the radioactive waste barrels floated to the surface of the water, the soldiers shot holes in them to help them sink."

      Good to know they contained that problem, also.

  • or-well

    So complete assholes can spew drivel nonstop and I can't post the name of a heroine of anti-nuclearism ?
    Fuck you enenews.

  • laconic93 laconic93

    Dutch fishermen discover world's first two-headed porpoise

    Hmmm, I wonder how that happened.

    • Cesium Sponge Cesium Sponge

      I almost shat my pants after seeing that picture. These are strange times we are living in right now. Nancy Pelosi, Dianne Feinstein, and Jerry Brown are too busy opening our country's borders up to care about a nuclear catastrophe like Fukushima. California is truly screwed, because the California state legislature is completely infiltrated with traitors.

  • irhologram

    Hypoxia Puzzle:
    Logic says its WHERE the planes were flying, and that "they" know this because planes elsewhere weren't grounded: "Eglin AFB in Florida, Edwards AFB in California and Nellis AFB in Nevada are still flying, according to the Air Force."

    Also, the article says in undisclosed location(s): "Similar issues have previously been reported by pilots of F-22 Raptor fighters. In April, US Navy flight instructors at three bases refused to fly the T-45 Goshawk training jets, pointing out that the rate of hypoxia incidents had quadrupled since 2012."

    So, what do THEY know that you should know that they know, just from this article, given their response?
    1). Flights have been grounded ONLY in specific locations, i.e. Luke AFB, AZ
    2). These hypoxia events have involved at least 3 sepatate jet fighter designs, with incidents concentrated in (an)other location(s). 
    3). These hypoxia events have escalated since 2012.

    What do 3 manufacturers of high altitude planes have in common?
    Location, location, location…they were flying in a specific atmosphere.
    What has changed in atmospheric quality since 2012 that could affect 3 separate on-board oxygen delivery designs?

  • irhologram

    Possible Hypoxia Puzzle conclusion: Pockets of Methane/H2S/SO2 gas.

    1 ). Either the strongly corrosive, highly absorbant gases are eating into the rubber and metal components.
    2). The systems rely on a ratio of atmospheric intake for oxygen. The above gases displace oxygen. (Will someone please clarify whether these are "closed" systems?)

    What do these hypoxia episodes have in common? …AIR.

    ‌Otherwise, its connecting dots with no  pattern or commonality, like…  The new plane design works there, but it doesn't work here, yet still, its all about boondoggle money (?) … And… Five years ago, the older-design planes started scaring pilots so badly and so often pilots refuse to fly … IN SPECIFIC LOCATIONS(? This is an Inference,, because the article may not be thorough or accurate….but given the facts we have to work with….)
    …And coincidence, alone, explains why Climate and Atmospheric changes coincide with changes in airplane performance.


    ‌Now…I'm not saying that the most HUGE gas cloud on earth, photographed by NASA from space at the SW's 4 Corner's area, just a few hundred miles from Luke AFB in Arizona …. is involved… 

    It would be good to know locations of the three AFBs where trainers refuse to fly. It would be good to know regions where there are NO hypoxia incidents. It would be good to know the degree of escallation since 2012.

  • I would guess that the G-limiter systems are not doing the right job and giving the pilot nappy times. Holodude sure has a hard on for H2S.

    • Well that would be a good explanation if the plane was a f14 or above…

      "I would guess that the G-limiter systems are not doing the right job and giving the pilot nappy times"

      Really? Sudden climb??

      Just won't explain it on a passenger plane or a piper cub style plane…

      And why one would pass out while another is awake and documenting the symptoms is another big red flag.

      A G is a G and although some can withstand slightly more than others, no one has reported excessive G forces before or after these events…

      It has to be a introduced substance that some are more sensitive too (for whatever reason) than others…

      That's upper air and what's in it (in my humble opinion) and nothing else…

      The only question is clouds of what?

      Pollution in some form…

  • JohnandCindy

    Clarissa Anderson, the Kellyanne Conway/Sean Spicer of the Ocean telling it like it REALLY is.

  • arnie gundershill arnie gundershill

    NRC FOIA documents indicate multi-agency cover-up of radioactive plumes bound for U.S.

    Iron Maiden Book of Souls Tour 2017
    Up The Irons!!!

    • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

      Something like:

      "You know Steve, I have over one thousand iron maiden shirts, but only one pair of pants, but… I think I have my priorities correct".

      "I'm 24, what about you?"

      "I'm 32".

      "What about you Steve, how old are you?"

      "I'm 42."

      "You are the luckiest, for you have had more time to see Iron Maiden".

  • Wowsers the fart (hington) strikes again… some just don't get it…

    Many just don't want to get it…

  • 😐

    – The GOOD news…
    The sea creatures washing up dead events will end at some point.

    – The BAD news…
    …because there won't be enough creatures left to wash up.

    These final events may occur sooner than we think or hope.(IMO)

  • Sol Man

    Gravo, crank up those fry-baskets, the guys are back from the beach, there's work to be done!

  • Cesium Sponge Cesium Sponge

    Holy Guacamole, "Mysterious giant sea monster found off the coast of Indonesia". Folks, I don't have a Doctorate Degree in Biology from Harvard, but I think the radiation from the leaking Fukushima power plant in Japan, is causing sea life to mutate.–uBI

  • HillbillyHoundDog HillbillyHoundDog

    You promised… You came to our small place of life because the big place presented too much resistance and we had clean water and inexpensive land… and less resistance. You pressed and you pulled. We said no. You conned us with money and schools and incentives. We caved because you ultimately gave us no choice and we had to justify it, no matter… we didn't want your fighting and war and any more disdain…because we failed to see a future beyond our own… It didn't seem worth giving of our very lives… which is what it would take.
    We gave up. We had no choice. You bought our policy and our representatives.. Now I see… the war would have been for my children… the very future of the planet … You never talked about tomorrow. You never mentioned your own realities of forever. You lied. You hid so much ugliness… Greed… Now I see… I remember. You said it could never happen… You said it was impossible…Our fears. Our tears… Our pleads…

    It happened…

    As I kissed that child goodbye, ravaged from cancer and chemo… I remembered.

    You promised…

  • DUDe DUDe

    Just starting to watch this , scared for its length , and they speak slowly on top of it , 1.25x speed is needed to watch it, but i like the title..

    2011 Surviving Progress

  • DUDe DUDe

    Maybe this is less OT..
    24 min
    FUKUSHIMA NEWS; JUNE 14 2017 Chernobyl Opens Hostel in Exclusion zone, PACIFIC SALMON RUN COLLAPSE
    kevin blanch

  • These asshats can't even admit "There is way too much ice", instead they try to sell it as a "southward motion"

    The Science Team of the Canadian Research Icebreaker CCGS Amundsen has cancelled the first leg of the 2017 Expedition due to complications associated with the southward motion of hazardous Arctic sea ice, caused by climate change.

  • New article up, worth reading

    Lies From the Nuclear Cartel, Using Mass Media To Try to Control the Narrative of Safety
    stock here

    We know that nuclear is sloppy and not safe at any level. And so the nuclear cartel attempts to control the narrative by publishing the exact opposite of the truth.

    2 examples:

    1) Forbes is publishing an article trying to convince people that there is no need to worry about the nuclear spent fuel pools all over the country (and world for that matter).

    2) In Belgium their nuclear plant are old and defective, so they hire scientists to lie about the amount of cracks and risks, and then further use mass media to just mis-report the amount of cracks.

    As an aside, I noted that the consolidation of "power" within mass media continues.

  • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

    I'm gonna rip you off and call my bog:

    "Nuke confessional"

    I killed everything, what? Wasn't I supposed to do that?

  • Does anyone agree with me….seems like the greatest evil in the world, is by people who try to get themselves labelled as Philanthropists.

  • freebywill

    3 mins Mysterious Shark Die-Offs Occurring Near San Francisco Bay

    Published on Jun 15, 2017

    Researchers are trying to figure out why hundreds of leopard sharks have been washing up dead the past 13 weeks on the shores of the San Francisco Bay.

    [ This utoober is another example of an independent news producer covering events. Scan the comments and you will notice there are numerous people aware of the Fuku link to Pacific ocean problems. ]

    [ In particular this comment, which points to this site. ]

    Clark M.

    It's the radiation from Fukushima. The whole west coast is dying. No one is talking about it, but the sharks are hitting the shore lines more because they are hungry. The whales are dying, the small tidal pools along the coast are all dead. Don't believe me, then go to this link and just read the headlines, little [sic] [let] [a]lone the stories, heaven forbid if the real truth got out? The LSM isn't telling!

    [ For every person that posts here regularly there may be a thousand readers, it would serve the readership well if the comments section(s) here contained supporting info, links, data or analysis and less political circus, religious displays, and fringe topics. The net savvy are keenly able to spot and skip the frequent incoherent and abusive posters in their quest for links to more info than the mockingbird stream media presents. ]

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