TV: Millions of dead sea creatures wash ashore in Hawaii — Carcasses found along miles of beach — “That should trigger some alarm” — “I don’t know what’s going on over there… I’ve never seen anything like this” (VIDEOS)

Published: May 26th, 2017 at 7:06 am ET


KGMB, May 4, 2017 (emphasis added): Tens of thousands of crustaceans wash ashore along miles of Mokuleia beaches — There’s an odd pink tint to the sand along Mokuleia thanks to tens of thousands tiny crustaceans that have washed ashore.  But what the creatures are and where they came from is a bit of a mystery. “I don’t know what’s going on over there. But I’ve never seen anything like this,” said resident said Elisah Rivera. “And it’s millions, it’s not thousands, it’s millions. We actually walked all the way along the way, and it went all the way, about two miles down.”… It’s unclear what they are. Some say they’re crabs, others say shrimp, some suspect lobsters. The state Department of Land and Natural Resources says they appear to be baby shrimp… Environmentalist Carroll Cox he found about a dozen dead sea cucumbers washed up on shore as well. He believes the creatures are baby crabs. ‘There are other species. I just noticed sea cucumbers found in a small area along with the crab. So that causes concern when you have more than one species impacted with an event. That should trigger some alarm,” Cox said…

KGMB transcript, May 4, 2017: “It’s a mystery in Mokuleia as millions of tiny crustaceans wash up on shore.”

KHON transcript, May 2, 2017: “Last week we told you about thousands of toads washing up on the North Shore — now thousands of dead crabs washing up to North Shore beaches.”

Watch broadcasts: KGMB | KHON

Published: May 26th, 2017 at 7:06 am ET


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620 comments to TV: Millions of dead sea creatures wash ashore in Hawaii — Carcasses found along miles of beach — “That should trigger some alarm” — “I don’t know what’s going on over there… I’ve never seen anything like this” (VIDEOS)

  • Will "authorities" and media blame climate change again? Will people allow them to continue to dismiss the fact that radiation destroys chitin as JGov/TEPCO continues dumping radioactive waste in the ocean and burning solid waste which enters the atmosphere and drops back down onto earth and into the ocean?

    Will fisher folk decide to test seafood for radiation and then declare an international fisheries emergency upon realizing the stock is contaminated and unsafe to eat?


    Peter Daley of the Sunshine Coast Food Lab tests dried products for free.

    How many more whales and salmon and other critters in the food chain have to die before the lies end?

    • Yes Obvious, i read "the stock is contaminated" as was worried LOL

      Good point on the Food Lab. I have some extra dried lichens from top of Mount Ka'Ala on Oahu and some dried octopus (I mean really dried) and some dried Au (a bill fish that ought to bioaccumulate "well")

      never thought of sending those to Peter even though we are collaborating on other works, sheesh. Seems "so far away" but postage is the only thing in the way.

      And my work, showing the scientific basis for destruction of the ocean food chain via Chitin Bio-magnification.

      • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

        nov 11,2015
        Im wondering if bio-polymers and cell membrane ion pumps can act in a similar way to ion exchange resins.

        nov 11,2015
        One area for exploration might be this; how do they find a few becquerels of cesium in a cubic meter of water among the background of 10,000 becquerels from potassium? They absorb it with organic polymers. But the body is full of organic polymers. Is it possible that water soluble radionuclides could be brought out of aqueous suspension and their true high levels of radiation intensity manifest in specific locations?

        • Silverlok Silverlok

          "…how do they find a few becquerels of cesium in a cubic meter of water …"

          Using platinum ( or irradiation) as a catalysis (/stimuli ) ….depending on the frame of reference one would like to stand on.

          ". Is it possible that water soluble radionuclides could be brought out of aqueous suspension and their true high levels of radiation intensity manifest in specific locations "

          In real life that is the question that is not in the open, or ever answered, regarding uranium buckyballs ( and how they interact ), since we now know they are formed…what causes them to unfold, so to speak.
          It is not unreasonable by any measure, that the most significant inorganic ( man made )interaction with the environment is the unfolding of these uranium buckyballs, and why it happens

          • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

            Silverlok, back in 2015 I was hypothesizing that animals and plants could get an enriched radiation dose by virtue of an analog to the polymer beads that Buesseler and others use to help test for this radioactive fallout. I searched for bio-polymers and found chitin…the industry uses chitin to absorb radionuclides. And that is how the chitin theory of the higher-than-expected impact from Fukushima was born. Most likely one reason, along with their large surface to volume ratio…that plankton can bioaccumulate radionuclides up to 10,000 times. This makes them useful for cleaning the ocean water also. But the radioactive plankton die and as the float down are consumed by fish, and then form a radioactive blanket that can be stirred up, and also which affects bottom ocean life.

            The visualization is this; even "low" levels of cesium137 cause hot spots, both on a macro scale and on an atomic scale, and this is one of the things that differentiates cesium from say potassium, both otherwise very similar in radioactivity, chemical toxicity and assumed toxicity by the ICRP dose model. I was actively looking for the differences, and why the mainstream science was unable to imagine Fuku fallout could affect the ocean. I was very actively resisted by posters here in that process, being labeled a pro nuke hormesis pusher and worse

            • danger kitty danger kitty

              Code-"I was very actively resisted by posters here in that process, being labeled a pro nuke hormesis pusher and worse."
              Not by anybody with .497325% of a brain. Or maybe .7685309
              kitty has spoken. Hit & run, as is my wont. Good night.

        • Good stuff Code, just reviewing the comments around those days makes it obvious that ENE was once a much more thriving/thinking/activist community.

          I suggest that everyone visit Codes link and review the near past.

          And then in an effort to get back to a better state, report the commenters that are currently here that are not here to add value. They are here for their own purposes, be it faulty psychological problems or direct pay from the nuclear cartel.

          Either way, its best if they go / get banned.

          • I totally agree stock!

            Although I think it's more the fact that these cut'n'pasters are listening to junk news and are convinced either through poor mental health or a lack of common sense that they are actually doing something worth while.

            Attention seekers get something personal out of it by thinking they know something the rest of us don't. Problem with that is the journey into fiction the sane won't even entertain.

            Fake news and rumor is not a secret. Shit talking is as old as the so called civilized world.

            I personally don't see a bunch of paid folks doing it, it seems to be a ego driven / mental health thing.

            • The art of troll-dom, forum sliding, and overall disruption is reaching a high level of "art", so there could be paid operatives which are probably the most dangerous, so good to keep at least one eye open…..

      • Yeppers, I thought about you when I wrote 'stock contaminated' but I knew you'd figure out didn't mean you 😉 Yes, I think Peter would love to receive your samples. It's great you still have them. Wish I could help you with postage… got your chitin research posted at Cafe Rad Lab…

        • No problem on postage, just finding the time. Wrestling with the 28 foot boat, was supposed to launch yesterday, but electrical gremlins are plaguing one engine, even with 2 smart guys attacking it with time, money, and parts.

          A small break, and a fresh look should help, ain't never failed on a tech problem yet, and not about to start now.

          Between boat and populating the garden…even been skipping the gym and yoga

  • Mack Mack

    They always claim "it's a mystery" why this is happening.

    Is it a mystery?

    Is Fukushima a contributing factor?


    "Most of the radioactive fallout from the disaster at the Fukushima nuclear plant dropped into the ocean and began circling the planet, Japanese researchers said"

    Up to 80 percent of the caesium released by the Fukushima Daiichi power plant landed in the Pacific and made its way into other oceans around the world"


    "Japan dumps thousands of tons of radioactive water into sea"


    "Fukushima Nuclear Plant Leaking 300 Tons Of Tainted Water Daily"


    Tweeter named uketukeman has been keeping updates on discharged water from Fukushima

    • unincredulous unincredulous

      Your CNN article

      "Nuclear and Industrial Safety Agency officials said Monday night that the hope is that pumping out the No. 2 reactor turbine plant will lower the water level enough that contaminated liquid won't be able to reach the sea."

      Pumping the radioactive liquid into the sea, hopefully will prevent radioactive liquid from reaching the sea.

  • and if you search "tepco drain ocean" in twitter you'll get a lot of TEPCO's reports of their ocean dumping with screenshots of the reports translated to English.

  • unincredulous unincredulous

    Reporter says it happens in storms all the time.

    Local says he's never seen it before. Looks concerned.

    Millions, not thousands, this time. Maybe it is the whole population

    Reporter says nothing to see here, move along.

    Stock is probably out getting a couple of bucket fulls for testing.

    Millions on the beach. It's just a tiny island in an vast ocean. Must be billions dying.

  • Its All True Its All True

    May 4th? Just showing up here now…..embarrassing. Doesn't someone on here live there?

  • unincredulous unincredulous

    Amazing young nuclear engineers are the hope of tomorrow

    • danger kitty danger kitty

      Ha! "Does nuclear engineering have psychological side effects? "
      Just the desire to kill all biological life on the planet. Except some hardy microbes. Let's do a risk vs. benefit analysis on that one…

      • DUDe DUDe

        "..Except some hardy microbes.."

        Offcourse its a possibility some tardigrades and other extremophiles may survive..but its not a certainty..someone should make a calculation how high the levels would be if we took all 2000+something manmade nuclear isotopes/material currently + future on this planet and spread it out evenly all over..because time will try to do just that and come pretty close , i understand the winds are strengthening..and landsurfaces will be flooded/ get a basic understanding what we have done with our "too cheap to meter"..and how deep extremophiles and the extreme-corrupt-elite will have to hide in Earth's crust for millions of years..

        An extremophile (from Latin extremus meaning "extreme" and Greek philiā (φιλία) meaning "love") is an organism that thrives in physically or geochemically extreme conditions that are detrimental to most life on Earth.[1][2] In contrast, organisms that live in more moderate environments may be termed mesophiles or neutrophiles.

      • "Let's do a risk vs. benefit analysis on that one"

        Already done, just ask any private insurance carrier on the planet.

        They are the expert risk assessors and refuse to get involved with nuclear power for any amount of money!

        It would be laughable if it wasn't so deadly destructive…

    • Our best and brightest glowing…..

  • Cooter

    Chelsea Davis, the reporter for KGMB wrote this story at 10:30 pm while hiding under her bed in fear of being attacked by the tens of thousands of bug eyed crab like creatures that came clicking to her front door and how she could maintain her pathetic career as a journalist.

  • freebywill

    23 California Salmon Species Likely to Go Extinct Within 100 Years

    California's plethora of salmon and trout species are dwindling at a rapid rate. A new study found that of the 31 genetically distinct kinds of salmon and trout on the West Coast, 23 will likely go extinct within a hundred years.

    The study is a follow up to a 2008 report that drew the same conclusions, however, the outlook wasn't as grim almost 10 years ago. The old assessment gave a time period of 50 years for five of the species, the new one says now 14 species are likely to be lost within that timeframe.

    Researchers from the University of California Davis and conservation group California Trout said the main culprits are climate change, dams and agriculture.

    [ not a peep about whether Fuku rad contamination is adding to the problem ]

    • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

      "[ not a pepp about whether Fuku rad contamination is adding to the problem ]"

      Thanks for pointing out "adding to the problem". Scientists, causation. The death ritual begins.

  • unincredulous unincredulous

    show me the bubble of water that represents how much water has been run through all the nuclear reactors.

  • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

    What kind of toads washed in from the sea?
    Sea toads?

  • ogopogogo

    Alarming if true. We need more video, close up. We need some technical people to gather up big samples and get some analysis done. You would think that technical people from the universities would be in there like a dog on a bone. Also, find some more factual info on occurrence not just some recollection by resident. Surely there must be some official record of the past events. Damn, it is hard to tell these days what is true and worrying and what is false.

    • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

      There is a difference in an invasion of an invasive species and a wash up of millions of dead creatures of another.

      Thousands of tiny toads (briefly) invade Waimea Bay's sand
      April 13 2017

      Two invasive species have Hawaiian reunion after 80-year separation
      Jan 30 2017

    • The information in this question posted on Armstrong Economics, points to widespread censorship of scientific research, on the effects of the Fukushima nuclear catastrophe on the Pacific Ocean.


      "I have just returned from visiting my friend, who is a senior cetacean biologist at one of the large west coast universities. While there, he described an amazing situation to me that has alarmed me greatly. He said that research at his university has conclusively identified the complete or almost complete collapse of several dozen food chains within the Pacific Ocean, all within the last 36 months or so.

      Further, in “unauthorized" exchanges with the relevant departments in other coast universities, he learned that the numbers involved may well be more like hundreds of chain collapses in the same timeframe as opposed to dozens. Finally, in talking with authoritative figures in Vancouver, they apparently believe that the figure is likely closer to 1000."

      "As bad as all of this sounds, here is the real rub. Regarding these findings about food chain collapses, mutations, and injuries, my friend’s university has instituted a policy that forbids them from publishing their findings, from discussing their findings (on this subject) publicly or in private with other researchers outside their own campus, or finally from taking “unauthorized” radiation…

      • from taking “unauthorized” radiation readings as part of their research. The penalties for violating these new rules are severe: loss of tenure, civil lawsuits for violation of contract, and potentially employment termination."

      • unincredulous unincredulous

        Universities are not exactly a bastion of morals and ethics are they?

        People do what they are told to get the high paying job, the respectable position, title, the car, house, spouse, etc. Play along, don't rock the boat.

        How many species must die before someone breaks out and realizes the insanity? How much cancer must there be, ninety-nine percent? By then, fine cars and houses will be dirt cheap (free abandoned stuff) Even racoons, and squirrels will have them. No glory for those stupid bastards

      • unincredulous unincredulous

        Scientists are baffled, confused, mystified. Those are all code for "can't say" I'll lose my job. Non-disclosure agreement. So, whenever you see information from an accredited "scientist" you know you are getting bamboozled by a $cienti$t. If you are a real scientist, you don't have a degree.

        Japan Times article about Dana Durnford.
        "He alleges collusion between the global scientific establishment and the nuclear industry over the dangers presented by the nuclear industry and, in particular, the Fukushima debacle."

        So, it's not really collusion, but a threat against scientists livelihood. It's only natural to attack these $cienti$t$ who act against the public good under duress. Especially the ones who are put in the public eye and misrepresented as real scientists.

        • unincredulous unincredulous

          also, $cienti$t$ can't discuss data with other $scienti$t$ from other universities because the Univer$itie$ won't let them because they compete with each other for students and grants. So, really there is no collusion, but a disfunctional education system.

          They remind me of our political system. How many times have we seen democrats bash republicans for an idea they have and reject the idea because it's republicans telling it, only to present the very same idea when they get power or republicans doing the same to democrats.

          Disfunction junction, what's your function? Hooking up turds, and mazes and closets

    • razzz razzz

      Difficult to prove cause when starving to death.

  • Reporter says "happens all the time".

    Local water man with over 900 SCUBA and about 400 free dives, says he never saw that in 25 years. (that be me)

    stock out

  • What were they thinking? What were they thinking?

    Stock is saying that he has not seen a dieoff of sea crabs like that in his 25 years of diving.

  • Jebus Jebus

    We are the sea around us…

    • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

      Then we will all soon be toast..just like the seas around us.

      • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

        They sacrificed themselves to feed all the starving birds..anyone seeing thousands of birds swirling eating this ocean sacrifice..any videos?

        …or are all the birds dead too?

        • ya obe good point…the oscillations in the basis of the food chain create higher oscillations in the so called higher food chain.

          • Isthmus

            Putting food away for a feeling of security , and security. Here's what I know. Bulk and inexpensive is dry beans, and I mean by the hundreds of pounds. They are said to last indefinitely, I don't know about that, but what I do know is, you can feel really healthy with just beans, and if you can manage to have a few chickens, thinking they can live on beans, and eggs or baby chicks can be used to trade for whatever, water supply and now your surviving, cause you can make your creature comports as well. Tortillas are great on the wood fire.

            • That is not a bad starting point.
              Food storage (when talking about getting up to a years worth) becomes an entire field of study itself.

              So it is intimidating, so people never even start.

              So I like your idea….lay up 200 lbs of beans right away

              There are those that depend on your dependency. Every action you take to decrease your dependency, even to delay your dependency, strikes at the heart of the beast.

              • Isthmus

                That's right Stock it's a starting point because it's inexpensive, and when everything else is gone, you can be surprised how healthy you feel. High in the mountains in the State of Zacatecas, Mex. Spent time with people who were very happy and spiritually clean, they had a room with beans piled high, only ate beans and tortillas for days and felt unusually good. The only want was clothes . Starting point and good to the end.

      • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

        Likely? 🙁 This is a big one washing up on shore..and endangered.

        • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

          This one! 🙁

          The whale likely died from blunt force injury caused by a ship collision, according to Mary Jane Schramm, a spokeperson for the Greater Farrallones National Marine Sanctuary in San Francisco.

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          • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

            blue whales are 90% gone, like many other animals…all thanks to a little conceited ape called man. There is over half a million ape-men swarming on the face of the planet for one blue whale. Once they could sing to each other clear across the ocean.

            Man; the pillager

            • Code, that level of negativity doesn't help, although I have been there too.

              • Byrian416

                What are you talking about, last time I checked the whales are dying. How is that negative?

              • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

                stock…mans world? I laugh about it…while a tear eeks out the corner of my eye. Negative…not so much

                • irhologram

                  Well, IMHO, Stock is nail-head-flat hammered straight. This is WHERE YOU ARE, whinners! Pissing and moaning is for wimps. You'd have been wash-outs in the Great Plague. You'd have been wash-outs in the Solar Minimum of the Dark Ages. You'd have been wahs-outs in the Hundred Year Wars. It takes a certain Supra-human courage to live with dignity in BAD times as well as the gravy land you think of as your entitlement.

                  Guess what? The insect dissappearances…bees, even scarcity of mosquitoes may be because of altered sight due to UVB changes. Notice how the sun now eats into your skin, even when its relatively cool out?

                  The whales are dead and its all our fault? Pretty chauvanistic of you. Because all these changes may be a repeat…just a cycle we've DOCUMENTED before. Want to talk reality? Not "science." Not politics. Not guilting each other because of man-made catastrophe…just observable phenom that has repeated once in recorded history. (Which WILL affect food production by 2018, so…you know, you may want to stop whining long enough to learn how to produce indoor heritage food. And learn how to live a full life in adversity without having a tantrum.)

                  Deeply sorry about the whales. Also sorry about me. But not sorry enough to be a whining, sorry assed jerk.

                  Watch this: for connecting dots.

                  • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

                    Irholo, its a fact that men harpooned the whales. Aggressive hunting in the 1900s by whalers seeking whale oil drove them to the brink of extinction. Between 1900 and the mid-1960s, some 360,000 blue whales were slaughtered.

                    signed CodeShutdown, a whining, sorry assed jerk

                    • unincredulous unincredulous

                      But the ocean is so BIG. How could they hunt the whales to near extinction? Those whale hunters were very diluted in comparison with the BIG ocean. All those hunters penises put together would not weigh 300 tons. Sure, they went out hunting everyday.

  • Jebus Jebus

    The economic impact is eventually permanent…

    • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

      Talk to people everyday..nobody notices and nobody cares.. especially if it is not about them, their needs and wants, and/or their self imposed little tiny entrapment sliver of our Zeitgeist Matrix world.

      All the matrix boxes were created or a reason…says he. 🙁

      • obe, more and more people notice, more and more care. For sure bro, the battle is large and financed by the wealthiest, that have no interest in the common good.

        Trump as a medium rich arrogant guy, probably even now snuggling up to the really rich. He does have personality defects, but don't we all?

        Not saying to you, but saying ability to not opens ones mind is a massive defect. I think Trump can just to make good deals.

      • unincredulous unincredulous

        Sliver? Why, I'd have you know that I mop and sweep and vacuum and wipe at least 20,000 square feet a night. At this rate I'll be able to afford a new back tire for my motorcycle in a month. And have it installed in two. Then all I have to do is have my carbs rebuilt in six, a new chain in seven, chain installed in eight, Mitt Romney is getting jealous

  • Isthmus

    That is what we called those pink-red little crabs, there really like a little crawfish and have no meat in the tails, the seagulls will eat them continually, all the time depositing there waste on every boat around. They came into the leeward side of Catalina Island like that, seemed like millions. This happened about late 1960's, I was there, no one knew what they were called or where they came from, they are what you call a free swimming crab, subject to the currents of the ocean. Someone should take a close look at recent currents, or long term current movement. That had never happened there I can say 30 years previous. If you ck. with NETC, they reported perhaps 2 years ago a similar onshore stranding at Orange county/ Newport Beach, Ca. This the third time it's happened now in my lifetime.

    • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

      Stock..I wish Trump the best..he has a tough job.

      Times are a changing..the choice is.. will it change for the better.. or change for the worst?

      Choose wisely..says he.

      I will not defend anyone that rules me and mine.

      Isthmus is correct! 🙂

      This has happened before..maybe we should worry when it stops.

      Then there will be no more life left in the seas. 🙁

  • Jebus Jebus

    Too many solitary tiny thought bubbles of hubris and comfort.

    It will take a precipice. Something larger than a fiscal cliff…

  • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

    Ding, ding, dong..
    That's fondle our mortality.
    Play 'chicken' with our very existence.
    Let's contemplate death instead of life.

    Nuclear nightmare worse than Fukushima could hit US because of ignored risks – study

    May 26 2017

  • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

    PS. I'll spare you all the rant about how truly stupid a species we are.

  • Jebus Jebus

    Nuclear Contamination Reaches Earth's Deepest Water, Could Affect Billions – May 1, 2017

    “A shocking new study has revealed that groundwater drunk by billions of people may have been contaminated by decades of nuclear weapons testing. Researchers looked at more than 6,000 wells around the globe, some containing water more than 10,000 years old, found more than half had traces of tritium,” the Daily Mail reported.

    “Even at low doses, tritium has been linked with increased risk of mutation and cancer because it goes directly into the tissues of organs of the human body,” the report continued.

    The study was led by Scott Jasechko of the University of Calgary in Canada. It was published online in Nature Geoscience on April 25, and the university released a statement about the research.

    Carl Sagan is listening…

  • DUDe DUDe

    In a lecture held on 21 March 2011 in Fukushima City, professor Shunichi Yamashita of Nagasaki University said that radiation did not affect people who were smiling. He would certainly be happy to know that comedy education is now being offered at schools in Fukushima schools as ways to make children laugh spontaneously.

  • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

    Oops, that would be 'let's ..oh, let's fondle.

    Storage of nuclear waste poses threat to U.S., scientists warn
    May 26 2016

    More security?
    How does it serve when the material itself is the security threat?

    • DUDe DUDe

      If there was a fresh wind of a very highly radioactif plume going tru the congress full of millionaires..maybe there was a change we see a reversal of the law : profit before responsibility at all cost..but we/the planet arent so lucky..

      Earth is a finite space..the manmade nuclear everything and its waste stay dangerous for longer then it takes for geo-dynamics and others to change..everything man-made in his delirious quest for instant profit breaks down pretty fast..bad combination

      Manmade nuclear is uncontrollable..we are to greedy to maintain a sense of reality and do the right thing over and over..we have the attention span of goldfish and prosecute people with a sense of responsibility like whistleblowers , and it shows in everything else we we handle our WMD waste , how we pick a president that dont believe in treaties and/or regulation of the greedy but said he believes in clean air and water..both can not be true at the same time..and we let our "chosen ones" prostitute themselves to foreign nations and bankers that shape the world by controlling the wars and get a profit from it too..

      Did i mentioned the Earth is a finite space ? Well..many dead zones already..thus our time seems very limited too..seconds..and still no pope blessed condoms to keep the pest we are from exploding out of control..the only control that receives some serious effort is mass mind control..with all the wrong things..

  • Jebus Jebus

    Until we all each expand our thought bubbles to explicitly include the Earth, the rest of life does not stand a chance…

  • unincredulous unincredulous

    I ate six bananas this week. NO FEAR!

    Not ready to move on to nuclear fuel rods. Yeah, I need counseling. Maybe I can get on disability.

    • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

      Go nuts, try some brazil nuts first. Then, maybe some pacific kelp. Soon you will have muta…I mean adapted to be able to handle other hard stuff, like diet coke zero and GMO wheat.

      After that, you'll probably be inclined to want to eat some cobalt with a sprinkling of plutonium that you can flush down with some tritiated water.

  • razzz razzz

    This is only one storage area.

    "The Morris Operation in Grundy County, Illinois, United States, is the location of the only de facto high-level radioactive waste storage site in the United States and holds 772 tons of spent nuclear fuel.[1] It is owned by GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy with an address of 7555 East Collins Rd., Morris, IL 60450.[2] The site is located immediately southwest of Dresden Generating Station. Spent nuclear fuel assemblies are stored at this away-from-reactor, Independent Spent Fuel Storage Installation (ISFSI) in a spent fuel storage pool."

  • unincredulous unincredulous

    See an octopus pretending to be a crab, or a puppy, or ?

    Octopuses are smart!

    Science has developed a way to make direct brain to brain communication

    They ought to link and octopus with a human

    What would the octopus say? "fuck tepco"

  • unincredulous unincredulous

    Britain unknowingly took nuclear depth charges to the Falkland Island war in 1982. Oops. More oops. Oops is not good.

    Freaks say all these incidents are not a danger to the public.

    • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

      Minor correction, "unknowingly".

      I guess it's time to "unknowingly" return the favour.

      I have some leads on this, there are some specific institutions and areas in and around London that are particlelurly suitable for depositing some uranium loads.

    • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

      Oh that's interesting. They really are embracing "green" energy.

      Not too long ago I read something about a staggering amount of fraud/Shell (yes, also yes) companies. If I can get the info again, I'll post it. It

        • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

          See that's why you should've voted for Hillary, because she never associated with Rumsfeld, Bush or Trump.

          But NOOOO, some people actually voted for Trump, who is NOTHING like her.

        • Many could see if they would just look, problem is that most are on the rumor mill that has become our press…

          This is a orchestrated cover for those that are really in cahoots with communism.

          The cover? Russians tried to effect the election? Trumps people made no secret of talking with the Russians, have given full disclosure and used public (for the record) channels when speaking about these things…

          The real secrets? The Clintons have taken millions from the Russians in exchange for access and power to make deals inside the US and abroad without interference.

          "As the Russians gradually assumed control of Uranium One in three separate transactions from 2009 to 2013, Canadian records show, a flow of cash made its way to the Clinton Foundation. Uranium One’s chairman used his family foundation to make four donations totaling $2.35 million. Those contributions were not publicly disclosed by the Clintons, despite an agreement Mrs. Clinton had struck with the Obama White House to publicly identify all donors".

          So someone needed to change the focus. And the fairy tails about Trump ties with the Russians are the most obvious forms of misinformation and opinion shaping seen in years…

          And these bogus investigations are the most heinous forms of distraction and complete wastes of time and tax money imaginable.

          Wake up Trump bashers, the real secrets and shady dealings are (as usual) on the other side of the coin. Just follow the money…

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

            How does Trump's billions compare to the total of 100 million of the Clinton's received from many sources?

            We know that Trump declared bankruptcy 6 different times to the tune of billions. No one in the US would lend him any more money, only the Russians.

            And money from Russians came to other Republicans as well.

            Yes, do follow the money. And why talk about politicians who will never be in government service anymore anyway.

            The money from the Russians to the Clinton Foundation came before 2009 when Hillary became Secretary of State.

            And all the deflection from Trump policies can't change the fact that Trump has no compassion for anyone but himself. Trump still hasn't released any tax returns. And he still hasn't sold any of his money making ventures and put them into a blind trust. He is so cagey that he used his bankruptcies to keep from paying any taxes at all in many years. His poor supporters will be outraged when they discover his true scams.

            The 35% approval rating for Trump represents the fact that Americans do not support his political policies. His forced resignation will come for political reasons and the disapproval of a HUGE majority of Americans.

            Everyone is following the money. And the money says that Trump is a narcissistic cocaine addict who grabs women by their genitals. What a LOSER!!!!!!

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

              The Russians overwhelmingly openly wanted Trump to be president and didn't want Hillary. That is because Trump is in their pocket, seen over and over again when Trump is against Climate Change, and against NATO.

              The Russians are still against Hillary and bash her all the time because she stood up to them and is no cocaine, narcissistic politically naive fool.

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

                This is what is so pathetic about Russian propaganda. If Hillary were in their pocket like all the Republicans claim, the Russians wouldn't have been so afraid of her.

                Obviously, they were not able to buy her off.

                • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

                  Remember, the best way to demonize is through association.

                  Look at my left or is it right? No need to analyze the sentiment or scope of that correctness.

            • OK let's explore that for a moment…

              "And all the deflection from Trump policies can't change the fact that Trump has no compassion for anyone but himself"

              This is a fallacious statement.

              President Trump has a family, they are more involved in his presidency than any other first family in history. If they all have more money than the great great grand kids could ever spend why get involved and become targets of rumor mill people?

              Why not just hide in the background? Seems to me they all care or why take the chance of being ridiculed (or worse) by those that are blind or have a nefarious agenda?

              I would love to know why a tightly woven and engaged family is to be ridiculed…

              …help me out with that one.

              "Trump still hasn't released any tax returns"

              Just because someone askes for them does not make it necessary, legal or anyone's business. Trump is not obligated to release personal information and it's a matter of privacy and security.

              How about you release your tax returns here on this site and make it public just because I said so. I dare you, release your personal tax information publicly, just because I said so.

              That's the most ridiculous argument I've ever heard…

              So come on Doc release all copies of your tax returns just because I asked you to…

              It would be laughable to even talk about if it wasn't so pathetic.

              • "Yes, do follow the money. And why talk about politicians who will never be in government service anymore anyway.

                The money from the Russians to the Clinton Foundation came before 2009 when Hillary became Secretary of State"

                Even scarier is that Hillary has all the contacts and connections and probably knows where most of the bodies are buried (so to speak) and can go on with any agenda she pleases after leaving public office.

                So basically not reporting multi million dollar donations is ok with you if it's hillery doing it…

                Withholding and covering up information about communications using a unsecured e-mail account and never disclosing who you talked to or what information was shared is ok with you?

                Allowing the Russians to buy up uranium rights in the us and abroad and the Clinton's accepting over 2 million (that we know of and can now prove) from those that profited from the sales is good politics?

                Conversing with the Russians on a open channel (trump administration) with full disclosure and records to show what was said is bad thing though huh.

                Why would ANYONE us a a open channel of communication if they were trying to hide something?

                Well just ask Hillary about her e-mails, she is obviously quite adept at covering things up.

                Very sad.

                • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

                  Remember the reset?
                  When the Russians were going to get bamboozled in Simi Valley…
                  Will now the Russians have found the situation more lucrative and are now willing more amicably to participate in a 'global reset' in which the victim of the bamboozling is the global masses.

                  • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

                    Oh, and business is business and business is business.

                  • Do you think we should try to get along with our fellow earthlings?

                    Or should we pick a fight or shut out the second most powerful country in the world?

                    Forging a relationship with Russia can be a great thing (if done honestly and correctly).

                    We call that diplomacy. Not only does a strong relationship with Russia bolster security for both countries it has the potential of saving lives and stopping wars world wide.

                    Or should we provoke each other into world war 3…

                    And people screaming Russia this and Russia that only hamper efforts to create and keep piece.

                    We used to be allies before the squabble over resources after ww2, don't you think this enemy mindset needs to end?

                    The buildup of nukes to fend off the "enemy" is why we have nuclear plants destroying the world and killing our kids as we speak.

                    Suddenly PR spinners can (and do) flip the coin, change the story and change the truth to suit their needs (and their pocketbooks).

                    Diplomacy or war…

                    ..what's your opinion?

                    • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

                      "Do you think we should try to get along with our fellow earthlings?"

                      What, you don't know sycophancy or collusion?

                      I do not care to get along with "fellow" earthlings, if you know what I mean. I don't ask for your respect, I do not care for it, do not appeal for mine.

                    • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

                      Diplomacy via business that will only benefit the already wealthy or war.
                      OK..we're scared..rape us.

                    • That's disappointing guys…

                      The good news is you aren't in politics and that's obvious by your statements.

                      It's easy to create dissension…

                      The hard thing is to create stability and open friendly communication among the most powerful people in the world.

                      I wonder what would happen if you were given the power of change.

                      How do you think those attitudes would effect the future…

                      I'm sure you could find some allies in the warlords of Somalia…

                      Kinda scary? It's the fear you live in…

                      Love doesn't operate outta fear…

                    • "What, you don't know sycophancy or collusion?"

                      Yep I do and we've seen both from you (among other disturbing statements) fart(hington).

                    • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

                      No..I think Kushner is doing just fine.
                      I didn't say it was a bad thing.
                      It's just money driven like every thing else..
                      The rights of the people are both places..but no matter.

                      "The good news is you aren't in politics and that's obvious by your statements."

                      Nice put down, however ..(like water off a ducks back…lol)

                    • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

                      Peace, hey ..but acknowledge the globalist agenda.

                    • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

                      Peace or war.. the masses picking up the tab for both…modern feudalism..


                      the dominant social system in medieval Europe, in which the nobility held lands from the Crown in exchange for military service, and vassals were in turn tenants of the nobles, while the peasants (villeins or serfs) were obliged to live on their lord's land and give him homage, labor, and a share of the produce, notionally in exchange for military protection."

                    • Not a putdown, just a observation…

                      …take no offence.

                      "Peace, hey ..but acknowledge the globalist agenda"

                      Nice point to bring up…

                      Why do you thing we have this flood of misinformation and rumor concerning our president and the first family?

                      I'd say it's because we have a engaged and tight nit family in charge. Probably the most engaged in history.

                      Trump started out debunking the money sucking lies that have plagued our country for generations.

                      Global warming is a scam and wastes billions doing nothing provable, where do you think that money really goes?

                      "globalist agenda"

                      Nukes are killing this world, if the Trump administration can remove the threat they will put a stop to the poisons created everyday and disposed of illegally profiting criminal enterprises 100's of billions. Where does that ill gotten gain end up?

                      "globalist agenda"

                      So the Globalists are on a mission to discredit these goals, without these lies the piggy bank get's WAY smaller and the secrecy goes away.

                      But these forces are cunning so they double talk ya into thinking it's the apposite of what it really is.

                      After all if a criminal get's found out, the activities eventually stop (almost completely) every time.

                      So the biggest opponent to the trump administration as we speak is?

                      "globalist agenda"


                    • DUDe DUDe

                      Why is Hillary NOT in jail ? And not a word about israel or the zionist bankers directly in that article..

      • unincredulous unincredulous

        I am going to watch " Alien " now. Something a bit less sinister.

        • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

          I thought Alien 3 was pretty calming and surprisingly underrated.

          "In his review of Alien: Resurrection, Roger Ebert wrote "I lost interest [in Alien 3], when I realized that the aliens could at all times outrun and outleap the humans, so all the chase scenes were contrivances."[40]"

          Yeah well, he's dead now.

        • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

          Maybe Event Horizon? That wasn't quite as upsetting as Bambi.

  • Gender confusion is all part of the Globalist plot to eff things up

    Boys could be allowed to wear skirts at a north London private school if a plan for gender neutral uniforms comes in.

    Highgate School is considering mix-and-match outfits for pupils after head teachers said that growing numbers of children were questioning their gender.

    The school, which charges up to £6,790 a term, has also been encouraged to allow unisex toilets and open all sports to all pupils.

  • Saw my first mason bee last week, have seen wasps and hornets for a while.

    It does look like apple, pear, cherry all got fertilized and are producing fruit.

  • Funny how Islam is 0.8% of the USA, yet controls 40% of the narrative? HAve you ever asked yourself why?

    • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

      Veiled "feminism". Come on guys, you know Lamashtu?

      Apparently you should allow a tiny minority of lying fucktards into your bathrooms.

  • It should be clear to all. Merkel is one of the biggest tools of the Globalists.

    If she is upset with events, those are probably good events.

  • Jennifer Gaboury, a women and gender studies professor, teaches “Abolition of Whiteness” at Hunter College. “‘POLSC 20474-01: Abolition of Whiteness’” can be taken as either a women and gender studies course,

    stock here—have a look see at the professors in these "studies" its telling

  • Blue screen of light, lol

    historically USA has controlled other countries by giving them aid / money, which can then be taken away.

    If you don't see Zuckerberg as a major force of evil, you are not looking close enough.

  • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

    I'm not religious, never was, never will be. Metal, that's the deal.

  • Isthmus

    Instead of waking up at 3AM, you withdraw from the light, also known as the Force . You only like Vodka, nothing new here I'll just keep moving on to the light .

  • OK big question here. During the Obama years, at first the Republicans were running an effective blocking action strategy.

    Then suddenly, the blocking stopped. Even the book "Big Agenda" claims that it was due to cowardice in the Republican party. Sure Boehner was a crybaby, that was sure funny. But I don't think it was cowardice.

    I think something else very important happened, some blackmail behind the scenes, some real dirt, or a real threat affecting a number of top Repubs, who then got others to "go along"

    What was the turning point? We need some hypothesis' that can be tested.

  • Jebus Jebus

    You know, the only things concurrent this last six years is the fission of Fukushima, and all the fish dying off…

  • Jebus Jebus

    If we did not force the atoms that decay into a configuration that causes fission, there would be very little fission on Earth, and many more fish…

  • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

    Philippines president jokes about rape in speech to soldiers
    May 27 2017

    Lethal moron.

  • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

    Solar power breaks record, generates more energy than nuclear for first time
    May 27 2017

  • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose


  • Jebus Jebus

    We better hurry.

    King fishery closed

    That leaves fishery managers caught in a box of their own. The simple solution in Southeast was to close the lid and be done with the problem, but the Southeast troll fishery is nowhere near as valuable as the Copper River king and sockeye fishery.

    Copper River is the best known salmon brand in Alaska, which is what makes the fish especially valuable. They are the Romanee Conti of Alaska salmon.

    More like red rum…

  • danger kitty danger kitty

    I need more laughter in my life. The last 20 posts on this thread delivered! Thanks!
    Seriously, Code, Jebus, Orwell, stock, Heart & others not recalled by my radiated brain are the smartest & most articulate people here. I'm somewhere south of the middle of that list.
    And Hillbilly HD too. Where is she? Hope she's alright. Maybe she's canoodling. Lucky if so.

  • danger kitty danger kitty

    Clarification : I'm near the middle of TOTAL posters in smartness & articulation. Nowhere near the names mentioned. But it's gonna take all of us & then some to ensure that nuclear power dies a rapid & extremely painful (to them) death.

    • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

      dang, all these years Ive pronounced it alticuration.

      The only thing that will reduce nuclear is the misguided notion of Darwinian economics. Thus the earth was lost

      • DUDe DUDe

        Nuclear industry prices itself out of power market, demands taxpayers keep it afloat
        Nuclear power is so expensive even some conservatives are turning on it

        The nuclear industry is so uncompetitive that half of U.S. nuclear power plants are no longer profitable. And if existing nukes are uneconomic, it’s no surprise that new nuclear plants are wildly unaffordable.

        New York and Illinois have already agreed to more than $700 million a year in subsidies, and if all northeast and mid-Atlantic nukes got similar subsidies, it would cost U.S. consumers $3.9 billion a year. Things are so bad for the nuclear industry that, recently, even conservatives have started to publicly oppose the subsidies the industry needs to survive.

  • Jebus Jebus

    Video: Incredibly Rare Megamouth Shark Freed From Net, Before Dying

    Japanese fishermen and residents of Tateyama, Chiba Prefecture, were thus very surprised when a megamouth got snagged in a fishing net near a local lighthouse on May 22, as reported by the The Asahi Shimbun. It was then moved to an area of open ocean in a guide cage, Earth Touch News noted, and filmed by reporters and a fish researcher and television host named Sakana-kun, who is also a professor emeritus of the Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology.

    Sakana-kun reportedly dove into the water “in his trademark fish-shaped headdress” to identify the megamouth, and said that he could “see her vigorously swimming.”

    But then, on May 24, the shark was found on the seafloor not breathing, and has since been reported dead. “It is regrettable,” a downcast Sakana-kun told Asahi. “Having seen her on the previous day I thought she was going to become energetic.” It’s not clear what caused the shark to die, though the stress of being caught is capable of killing fish, even if they at first seem fine when first freed. Unlike many sharks, the megamouth doesn’t need to constantly move to breathe, and is capable of pumping water through its lungs while it is stationary. That should, in theory, make them easier to save from entanglement compared to other sharks.

  • SadieDog

    May 25, 2017
    Princeton University, Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs
    The US Nuclear Regulatory Commission relied on faulty analysis to justify its refusal to adopt a critical measure for protecting Americans from nuclear-waste fires at dozens of reactor sites around the country, according to a recent article. Radioactivity from such a fire could force approximately 8 million people to relocate and result in $2 trillion in damages.

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