TV: North America will not be safe from Fukushima radiation if plant keeps leaking — Animals “suddenly died” on west coast right after 2011 disaster… Whole world noticed this strange phenomenon — “Fatally high” levels of radioactive material has entered ocean… serious pollution is ongoing (VIDEO)

Published: April 28th, 2016 at 11:45 am ET
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Arirang (Government-funded Korean TV network), ‘Fukushima and Its Aftermath’, Mar 16, 2016:

28:00 in — Vancouver is located on the west coast of Canada. Right after the Fukushima nuclear power plant accident in 2011, seals suddenly died on the shores of Vancouver, and Cesium levels five times the usual amount were detected in the seaweed and fish. The whole world took notice of the strange phenomena that occurred on the shores of Vancouver, thousands of kilometers away from Japan. One Canadian research center has been analyzing marine plants on the Vancouver shores since 2012 to identify the cause. The result of their tests showed that iodine and cesium were detected in much of their marine plants

31:20 in — Not many people directly feel the dangers of radiation yet, but if the Fukushima radiation contamination continues, not even Canada will be safe. The Japanese government is still dumping contaminated water into the sea.

31:35 in — Hisako Sakiyama, former head researcher at Japan’s National Institute of Radiological Science: “There is a lot of strontium as well as tritium in the contaminated water. There will be serious problem if those matters reach outside… Buts since the Fukushima accident, the contaminated water has been flowing underground… It is flowing into the sea from somewhere. So the sea is also becoming contaminated.”

32:20 in — Tepco has been insisting that no radioactive materials have been detected in the sea. However it’s been confirmed through press reports that fatally high concentrations of radioactive material has been leaked to the sea. [Graphic: “The problem of radioactive materials from Fukushima leaking into the sea still serious… it has been revealed that ‘serious ocean pollution has been going on.'”]

42:15 inThe Fukushima accident was catastrophic not just to Japan but to humanity as a whole. There have been considerable damages until now, but no one knows how far the damages will be in the future. The Fukushima accident is not a thing of the past but something that is ongoing even now and the future that we will face.

Watch the broadcast here

Published: April 28th, 2016 at 11:45 am ET
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457 comments to TV: North America will not be safe from Fukushima radiation if plant keeps leaking — Animals “suddenly died” on west coast right after 2011 disaster… Whole world noticed this strange phenomenon — “Fatally high” levels of radioactive material has entered ocean… serious pollution is ongoing (VIDEO)

    • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

      Nobody noticed and nobody cared as the Nuclear Power Plants kept blowing up!

      Shut them all down!

      • from a distance from a distance

        Donna Gilmore of http://www.sanonofresafety.org says:

        "This is a profit making enterprise. There's a lot of money in nuclear. Every phase of nuclear people make money. That's what it's all about.

        And the Nuclear Regulatory Commission, who is supposed to be protecting our safety, they have been captured by the nuclear industry.

        The 5 commissioners at the top are appointed by the President but they have to be confirmed by the senate and what you end up with is a lot of 4 to 1 votes against safety and for profit."

        Much, much more and worth listening to
        http://www.ucy.tv/Pages/Video/OZoaXFfKIU8

      • Gasser Gasser

        Obe son, I care…Like I've said before many times with some detail, that whole complex has to be imploded downward and covered with cement.

        But many here on enenews gulp and shudder in nail biting fear to this "save the World" last grasp "do or die fix", that is the only fix that will "stop or slow" the radiation exhaling Godzilla monster…its becoming a "Blow it down under or die from it" situation…quit eating Sheeple potato chips and get off the god damn liberal pussy sports couch…get real Mofo's.

        There is absolutely no place to put any of Diichi's puke and nasty radiation breath but only in a deep ass hole and cover it up…you've heard that saying cover your shit? now's the time folks, this is a real bad Godzilla MOX Plutonium oozing diarrhea monster with 1,956+ Actinide's and counting shitting on us.

        We got to flush the Nuclear toilet even if half of Japan goes down with it, if not, were all going down the Japanese ELE toilet with no ass to wipe!

        I hope to die on a KTM motorcycle first riding on Hawaii's lava flows, as I see many of my friends finding out they now have cancer…and their under so much Sheeple peer pressure none will even consider trying my simple Cancer fix recipe that's also been posted here a few times. duh.

        Here I am still alive at now 75 yr'ol after 3 bouts with Cancer over the years…Aloha

        http://www.thefoat.com/video/%2BEtVKDUu5GEDkkP55nzBQg%3D%3D.mp4

        • Nemo Me Impune Lacessit Nemo Me Impune Lacessit

          Hi Gasser,12 months ago my GSD was diagnosed with a mast cell tumour,I was to prepare myself for the 'quality of life' chat,I gave her your recipe adjusted to body weight and now she prances about like a puppy,my whole family sends you best wishes,many thanks sir.

        • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

          Gasser I know you and the others posting here care..but it's the other 7 billion caught up in the Zeitgeist Matrix the are now enslaved unknowingly that have no clue.

          WE here shall stay the course as we watch the world slowly degrade as all things created on this planet eventually do..

          Live as long as you can, since this is a ride none of us here should want to miss.

          The problem is about choice. 🙂

          • earthsmith earthsmith

            The choice
            To covet money or embrace the natural world and be free of the fears and control that comes with coveting money

          • Gasser Gasser

            Obe mah-man, like earth smith says "The Choice" in real stark reality, its the choice that runs the whole show right down to the most minuet detail in for each individual influenced by fads, cults, politico's, advertisers ect. plus the many so called God fortified religions, all form the "Sheeple" hordes whom shape the planets moment by moment haphazard uncertain future.

            If humanity actually knew how vastly important their everyday "freewill choice" effects are relative to the whole planet, reality today would be as if Earth was that Heaven we all long for.

            I learned long ago and inject this into any meaningful conversations with Sheeple that "Reality goes at the speed and quality of educated freewill choices" and "only you can bullshit yourself" or the populous into hellish situations.

            I strongly feel I am not of this world but only an observer that shutters at what I see…I leave this FUBAR world mentally when I choose to ride my dirt and street Superbikes "faster than the crash can happen", just like my Cancer recipe, all works for me because that is exactly what I choose…I let no one get their polluted thoughts pumped into my mind, religion being the worst of the bunch equal with repetitive junk Rap music.

            The greatest choice mankind can make today for the betterment of all mankind is what Obe says> "Shut them poisonous Nuclear Cancer Reactors down"

            And a big Mahalo to Nemo Me Impune Lacessit for the positive recipe feed back.

            • Gasser Gasser

              Meanwhile back in my freewill choice freedom do or die bucket list Reality

              http://www.thefoat.com/video/WSI7DbbTck1HTua8HzxjDQ%3D%3D.mp4

            • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

              Agreed! 🙂

              I strongly feel I am not of this world but only an observer that shutters at what I see"

              • Silverlok Silverlok

                Obewan , Gasser;
                "…only an observer…"

                Perhaps, perhaps, though most of the world's religions believe in re-incarnation, and even the most notable stand outs (Christianity and all it's mutations ) entire foundation is still predicated on the idea that the essence of human life on earth is spiritual in nature.

                Edgar Cayce said that free will was given to mankind so that any individual could defy even the will of the creator ( God) if they so chose to use it that way.

                One interesting philosophy is that re-incarnation IS how it works and we keep re-incarnating into the same plane until we over-come whatever individual struggles we have that keep us from ascending to higher planes. The interesting bit is that we use this free will most predominately to choose where and when to re-incarnate to either face our own issues or to take a pass on ascension and fight a battle we see building on the plane we could easily leave behind.If that's how it works the question is then : why did any of us choose to participate?

                I think the Mayans were wise to have the long count end in 2012 ( or 2034) as this is the end of this particular age of man, can anyone truly be just an 'observer' in such a time?
                Perhaps those quick learning Korean students grasp this more fundamentally.

                • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

                  Silverlok, when you visualize all that reincarnation and free will, do you see yourself advancing such that the past is behind and the future is in front? You assume sight, smell, emotion, advancing from one species into another? Or do you see yourself as a million armed octopus that is as large as the galaxy, a millipus with an eye at each sucker so that you have billions of eyes, and some extend well beyond our octave of perception, and others are synesthetic and see the celestial strains of music with movements and refrains lasting eons, and each arm stretches back and forward in space and time so that all your actions are simultaneous and synchronous? Does your love course through the galaxies like the beams of quasars, with the power of a zillion kisses breaking through every infinite expanse of bleakness, reaching every blade of grass, frozen mountain peak, every battle, every whir of electron? Does the raw emptiness of an instantaneous timeless existence free of redemption and attainment cause your heart to sing a symphony that sounds across the heavens, alighting on every broken hearted soul spinning naked in the expanse which has no up nor down nor beginning or end? Do you imagine the power of the experience blasting your multi hued tentacles off at light speed because you just cant contain it? And every tentacle a vibrating string on the grand lute of the universe, the waveform reaching out across the vastness and collapsing again into no space? Or what?

                  • HoTaters HoTaters

                    Getting here a bit after the fact. Code, that is some statement on love. Poetic. Breathtaking.

                    So beautiful, that's how I visualize God and being attuned to my experience of God, especially this part:

                    " … as large as the galaxy, a millipus with an eye at each sucker so that you have billions of eyes, and some extend well beyond our octave of perception, and others are synesthetic and see the celestial strains of music with movements and refrains lasting eons, and each arm stretches back and forward in space and time so that all your actions are simultaneous and synchronous? Does your love course through the galaxies like the beams of quasars, with the power of a zillion kisses breaking through every infinite expanse of bleakness, reaching every blade of grass, frozen mountain peak, every battle, every whir of electron? Does the raw emptiness of an instantaneous timeless existence free of redemption and attainment cause your heart to sing a symphony that sounds across the heavens, alighting on every broken hearted soul spinning naked in the expanse which has no up nor down nor beginning or end? Do you imagine the power of the experience blasting your multi hued tentacles off at light speed because you just cant contain it?"

                    When I was young I used to allow myself to daydream, or just dream for hours. The manner in which I experienced the universe and God was much as you described it.

                    • HoTaters HoTaters

                      It "looked" a lot like the Morphogenic model of the universe. Or much like the morphogenic model of a human being. Odd, it seems to me, that the two "models" are so similar.

                      To see a universe infinitely expanding and contracting at the same time, enfolding as it unfolds itself, that was how I experienced the "all" and what I now understand to be God and one with consciousness.

                      Beautiful and well said. You write very well.

                    • HoTaters HoTaters

                      Thank you. I needed some inspiration today.

                    • HoTaters HoTaters

                      It is we humans who apparently need to put a cause on being or attach conditions to it.

                  • Silverlok Silverlok

                    "…grand lute of the universe, the waveform reaching out across the vastness and collapsing again into no space? Or what?…"

                    Epic post.

                    Fate or Destiny, can freewill make something new,something never seen before…

                    Given my history I am not in any way sure I have free will, but in answer ( partially ) to the penultimate question you ask: yes, everything in timeless space seems to be structured EXACTLY as you describe.

                    Personally I would never have described it the way you have ( which is the bones if not also the heart and blood of how IT works) because I am far to clinical…whomever you are , I began looking at my discrepancies because of that post, and thank you for giving me the the gift of not suppressing emotion from the , equation, erm,… i mean song.
                    I owe you ( at least ) one.

                • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

                  i have heard all the stories and read the books concerning spirituality and reincarnation.

                  What ever we think we are.. and what ever we think we know about where we are going.. when we pass and leave this plane.. being an observer is about all one can do when things are the way they are.

                  The problem the Earth has now is not just about fairytales, spirituality and/or saving one's soul and/or simple battles of good and dark forces.

                  Life does not need to be so mysterious for us humans as animals to realize when something is severely wrong with our behaviors and our actions as a species.

                  None us would be here if it were not for "Mother Earth" giving us all the environment required for all the varied life we see here on this planet.

                  When Gasser and I and others like you see what we humans as a group are doing to our only "life giving Mother Earth" we are sickened by it all.

                  Pretty sure we can stop all the spiritual mystery and at some point just realize that we humans as a group species may be the dumbest species on this planet not understanding that are creativity may not be divine at all, but instead possibly simply a disease and/or a genetic tweak that actually has no cure.

                  The Force is all around us yet so few see it for what it is..it is called life!

        • ljm

          where can I find cancer fix recipe

          • Gasser Gasser

            @ Ijm Cancer recipe

            http://www.godlikeproductions.com/forum1/message560715/pg1

            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 gellcap it]…also it helps to have a piece of wood with holes drilled to hold the gelcap's when filling.

            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 250 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 to make it>

            http://www.thefoat.com/video/uwlXXh7V26jMN6Nt7gPXuw%3D%

            Disclaimer> This is only a fix not a cure> There is no cure for Cancer, because of man made Radioactive elements.

            • Gasser Gasser

              Oldie but Goodie listen to this first>

              https://www.youtube.com/watch?list=SRjohnny mathis it's impossible music video&feature=player_embedded&v=ZMKHSzEqKHk

              ~~~~~~~~

              It's Impossible, it's Impossible

              
Tell the Acitinide's to leave the sky
              
It's just impossible, it's Impossible

              
Ask a deformed baby not to cry, it's just impossible.

              Can I hold Cesium 137 so close to me
              
And not feel its Gamma Rays going through me?

              
A split second without never shielding you.

              
Are all impossible.

              Can Radioactive oceans, keep from contaminating the shores
              
It's just impossible

              
If I had Cancer could I ever want it more?
              
It's just impossible.

              And tomorrow, should I ask you for your Baking Soda MS cure
              
Somehow I'll get it

              
I will cure my very life and not regret it
              
'Cause to live without your Cancer recipe it's just impossible

              Impossible, im…possible, im…pos…sible

              ~Gasser Classic~

    • MVB MVB

      New Blog post:

      Planetary Emergency RED ALERT: Wind Patterns Trace Beginning of Major Radiological Disturbances in Europe to FUKUSHIMA: Plausibility of Still-Fissioning “Underground Breeder Reactor Gone Wild”

      @ https://allegedlyapparent.wordpress.com/2016/04/29/planetary-emergency-red-alert-wind-patterns-trace-beginning-of-major-radiological-disturbances-in-europe-to-fukushima-plausibility-of-still-fissioning-underground-breeder-reactor-gone-wild/

      Good luck to us all…

  • Fukushima has already laid her deadly cloak – post 2011 news accounted for:

    More young, healthy football players with heart failure/stroke
    More racing horses collapsed due to very rare heart failure
    More pregnant women failing to produce healthy babies
    More people, in general, dying of heart attacks
    More and more mass ocean life die offs W Coast…

    The signs are there.

  • Fukushima Radiation And Links To Mass Die Off Of Sea Stars, Starfish, Chitons, Abalone, Mussels, Sun Stars, Salmon In Pacific Ocean, S. California To Alaska
    http://agreenroad.blogspot.com/2013/09/mass-die-off-of-starfish-chitons.html

  • We Not They Finally

    Korea. Not the U.S. Finally at least Korea got SOMETHING on their news network. Five years and counting. We may NEVER be next.

  • 😐

    IMO – This headline should read…

    "North America IS NOT safe from Fukushima radiation BECAUSE THE plant keeps leaking — "

    instead of this…
    "North America will not be safe from Fukushima radiation if plant keeps leaking —"

    "will not be" — sounds like it might become unsafe at some point in the future.

    "if plant keeps leaking" — makes it seem like a little leak can be stopped.

    • Time Is Short Time Is Short

      Yes, ChasAha, as bad as this and all the other nuclear problems are, people just don't understand that the real problems aren't 'down the line', but rather happening right now.

      It's like there are two levels of denial – denial that there is a problem in the first place, and that the result of that problem is taking place right now, not 'later'.

      You can lead a horse to water…

  • Ho Lee Fuk Ho Lee Fuk

    Ya see, if most people will just ignore, stay misinformed about this unreal Fukushima nuclear catastrophe, it could be overlooked. And then, the melted down Fuku-nuku-shima power plant will never be considered the exterminating device it actually is…and no one will be left to place or take the blame for it. The sneakiest form of Terrorism against the world. The masses of people wont even freak out til too late. They can continue life a bit longer not knowing what is happening in slow motion. Going about daily consumerism, speaking nothing of it, hoping it wont affect them personally, even though it already has. That's what "They" are hoping, and to "them", You, Nature, and the Ocean and the life in it, are of no importance. Maybe the plan is to make and sell oxygen, and operate gmo seafood farms in their own man made cesspools.
    Careless greedy idiots fuk'd it up for us all, and for some pathetic reason, we are letting them do it.
    "WAKE THE FUK UP!" still falls on deaf ears.
    Whatever the case, i guess don't worry, Tepco will handle this right?
    The Ocean is in fact dying people, that means the human race is next.
    And the worlds still in a nuclear arms race, unreal logic

    "No reason to get excited"
    The thief, he kindly spoke
    "There are many here among us
    Who feel that life is but a joke
    But you and I, we've been through that
    And this is not our fate
    So let us not talk falsely, now
    The hour is getting late"
    – B Dylan
    All Along The…

    • All the wars and strife in the world at present, is analogous to people fighting each other on a sinking boat. We urgently need the whole world to cooperate, and focus on dealing with the ongoing Fukushima Nuclear Catastrophe.

  • Radiation contamination of the environment, on the scale of the Fukushima Nuclear Catastrophe, has much broader effects than just detectable increases of radiation in air and water spreading out from Japan. It affects the dynamics of the entire biosphere!

    Planetary Thermal Imbalance & Extreme UV Levels.

    http://www.sccc.org.au/extreme-uv-levels-in-summer

  • Jebus Jebus

    I wonder if tsunami chemicals went into that Ocean…

    I wonder if radioactive fallout went into that Ocean…

    I wonder if radioactive water went into that Ocean…

    I wonder if radioactive water is still gushing into that Ocean…

    I wonder where all that radioactive scrap iron is going…

    More than just the death of fish

    http://vietnamnews.vn/opinion/op-ed/296021/more-than-just-the-death-of-fish.html

    Huge Fish Kill Tests Vietnam’s New Regime

    http://www.asiasentinel.com/politics/fish-kill-test-vietnam-new-regime/

    Tonnes of clams die in Vietnam in same area where dead fish washed up, fears mount over possible toxic leak

    The area in Ha Tinh province is home to a large steel mill run by a Taiwanese conglomerate, Formosa.

    The company has a long history of environmental scandals spanning across the globe.

    A government investigation has not yet linked Formosa or other factories in the region to the incident, according to Deputy Environment Minister Vo Tuan Nhan.

    But a gaffe by a Formosa public relations official after the fish deaths has heaped pressure on the firm after he said locals must decide whether they valued marine life or foreign investment more.

    "You cannot have both," Mr Chou Chun Fan, the company's external relations manager in Vietnam, told state media.

    http://www.straitstimes.com/asia/se-asia/tonnes-of-clams-die-in-vietnam-in-same-area-where-dead-fish-washed-up-fears-mount-over

    Sad days ahead…

    • Jebus Jebus

      Yes, many, many, sad days ahead, for many..

      Vietnam, grappling with mass fish deaths, clamps down on seafood sales

      HANOI, April 28 (Reuters) – Vietnam on Thursday banned the
      sale and distribution of non-living aquatic products in its
      central region, following inconclusive efforts to explain why
      huge numbers of dead fish washed ashore.

      The ban tackles fears of a health threat along 200 km (124
      miles) of the coast, after the government said the fish could
      have been killed by toxic discharge caused by humans or "red
      tide", when algae blooming at an abnormal rate produce toxins.

      http://www.agriculture.com/content/vietnam-grappling-with-mass-fish-deaths-clamps-down-on-seafood-sales

      😐

    • DUDe DUD

      "..But a gaffe by a Formosa public relations official after the fish deaths has heaped pressure on the firm after he said locals must decide whether they valued marine life or foreign investment more.

      "You cannot have both," Mr Chou Chun Fan, the company's external relations manager in Vietnam, told state media.."

      !!..locals must decide whether they valued marine life or foreign investment more..!!

      The word "marine" before the word "life" ..like it makes a difference.. is all the proof you need about the disconnected way's humanity's mind operates (by force and brainwashing)..better replace it with "local" or "locals" in this case for extra clarity..

      Life needs to be embedded in life.. even parasites die with their host..locals die with their surroundings..humanity dies with the life of the planet..and the elite dies with humanity..

  • Jebus Jebus

    You see that just a drop into a pond, expands in waves, and eventually affects the whole pond…

  • PlowboyGrownUp

    Breaking News
    April 28, 2016
    Clean energy groups, including NIRS, urge rejection of WCS' proposed "interim" high-level radwaste dump in Texas.
    http://www.nirs.org/
    http://nonuclearwasteaqui.org/downloads/PR_04_28_16.pdf

    • Time Is Short Time Is Short

      I disagree, PGU. Storing hot nuclear fuel rods on flat ground, in a tornado and high flood area, sounds like a great idea. A solid tornado strike will make the rods disappear like magic, and a good biblical flood like they've been having there lately will wash away what's left.

      Maybe get David Copperfield involved…

  • jamesofthecommons

    America will not be safe if the Fukushima leaks continue ? This is still more BS;North America has not been safe from the Fukushima radiation since just a few days after the meltdowns and explosions.Headlines like this make me sick

    • theworldisalie theworldisalie

      I know right, it's all so ridiculous. The plume hit us, never stopped and almost all of the nuclear poisons/heavy metals/materials that it deposited are here to stay and mingle into our environment, food chain and us for hundreds to millions of years…

      • Time Is Short Time Is Short

        I'm guessing the Spent Fuel Pools on Kyushu burned, too. But there's really no reason to get too upset. It's just more wood on the same global fire, with a lot more wood about to be thrown on.

        Life on Earth – it was fun while it lasted.

  • laconic93 laconic93

    Among other things, Harris hopes to ask the DPH why the report only focuses on cancer incidence rates between 2007 and 2011.

    I wonder why they don't want to release Cancer Data after 2011 in Massachusetts? Hmmm let me think, let me think.

    http://saugus.wickedlocal.com/article/20160428/NEWS/160426557

    We know that through the work of Arnie Gunderson that radioactive hot particles from Fukushima were detected in Boston.

    • theworldisalie theworldisalie

      Yeah, we all sucked in multiple 1000+rem per year hot particles, not to mention all the fallout we have been drinking and eating etc.

      We are all in serious trouble and we all unfortunately have a Fukushima clock hanging around our necks.

      If you live in the northern hemisphere, that is your absolute reality now.

    • Time Is Short Time Is Short

      All the standard Mortality Data releases in the US was stopped late '11. The researchers are pissed, but nothing they can do about it.

      It's not like we live in a free society…

  • rogerthat

    http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2016-04-28/why-our-children-should-hate-us-read-lance-simmens-article-banned-huffington-post

    "Why Our Children Should Hate Us" – Read The Lance Simmens Article Banned By The Huffington Post

  • DeadAhead

    More fuk news from the ocean or should I say a cow farm miles from the ocean this is a sign of the times and whats to come. http://abcnews.go.com/Weird/wireStory/biologists-investigating-killed-sea-lion-found-farm-38736143

    • unincredulous unincredulous

      "Despite challenges sea lions face, Lambourn say the overall population of about 300,000 animals is in good shape."

      uh huh. yah, right. Yes, and the Brooklyn Bridge is still for sale.

  • laconic93 laconic93

    Their children are among the nine cases of childhood cancer the National Cancer Institute says will be diagnosed in Johnson County each year.

    The families gathered on the bleachers represent children diagnosed over the last five years.

    "I think after 2010 it has just picked up like crazy," said Patti Meade, talking about the increase of children getting sick.

    http://www.wthr.com/story/30533608/13-investigates-childhood-cancer-rates-in-johnson-county

  • ISHI ISHI

    The Canadian segment was downplaying caesium 137 blaming atomic tests in the past and promoting the caesium 134 with a much lower decay rate. Yet such damage was noted to the ecology. It seems that the Canadian government is in an atomic nuclear radiation love affair dream. 🙁

    What about the other ionised isotopes?

    At least the report was less candy crush than so called prestigious organisations.

  • PhilipUpNorth PhilipUpNorth

    Six little nuclear power plants, all in a row.
    On a cut-down cliff, just above sealevel.
    Earthquake drops a transmission tower.
    Cutting grid power.
    Backup generators, located in generator building basements, were flooded by the tsunami.
    Backup generator fuel tanks, located seaside of the generator buildings, were swept away by the tsunami.
    Loss of backup power meant none of the backup systems would function.
    Car batteries had to be scrounged just to power a couple of gauges.
    Fire pumper trucks couldn't pump water against the pressure inside to put out nuclear fires inside 3 reactors.
    Valves were set wrong, keeping water away from the reactors.
    Then this happened at Unit1:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XQ8faJLQUF8
    All but 50 workers evacuated.
    Concrete pumps, flown in from the USA, pumped seawater into spent fuel pools in the sky.
    Then this happened at Unit3:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9k3Ofs6R9cg
    A nuclear explosion, topped by a mushroom cloud, blew Unit3 to kingdom come!
    A truck came with a new generator.
    Without the right voltage and switch gear, it sat idle.
    Unit 4 exploded.
    (No video was forthcoming, on this explosion.)
    The suppression chamber of Unit2 blew out.
    Nuclear fuel melted down into corium in 3 reactors.
    Molten corium exited the reactors, pooled in the pedestal areas, and melted through containment vessels and base mats within a week.
    Corium lava tubes were left in their wake, as corium melted into the earth.

  • HillbillyHoundDog HillbillyHoundDog

    Update on old-growth tree succumbing to fungus and holes…Sprinkled boric acid over affected areas. Tree degradation halted, healed. Lost one very large branch, as it was too late by then, but the rest appears to be doing very well now.
    Birds: Significant decline 2012-13. They have increase three-fold in the last several months, whereas, there were days when none were seen or heard prior- complete silence…now there seems to be a return. Not caught up, but increased.
    Day old chicks… several weak, significant number died. One was the tiniest bird I had ever seen. He died. There was one left of the tiny versions. He is now 5 weeks old. He is no larger than the day he was hatched. He sleeps more and fails to thrive, but is alive and very cute. The others are about five times his size. I shall keep you informed as to his progress…or demise, as is often the case…but I have read that the anomaly happens occasionally and some of these birds live normal lives, catching up somehow. If he survives, he will likely be a favorite pet, as he has already become partial to the extra attention for his cuteness. Or she, as the case may be. A barred-rock. His name is oxalis.

    • ISHI ISHI

      If you want to feed the birdies they love raisin bread or current bread and the fruit has boron in it, for their birdy bellies.

      I feed my little vacum cleaners fruit cakes. parrots, ravens, cocky2s, ibis and bush turkeys love it.

      Mould and fungus thrive on atomic radiation.

    • ISeePinkClouds

      Yes. HillbillyHoundDog. Ty. Boric acid. I will remember that. I is really spooky to look at photos of the tree damage around Chernobyl.
      Radiation can strip a tree of it's bark. It can also cause tumors that look horrible for the tree.

      I feed hundreds of wild birds,and animals daily. Well,daily I see about 100 Dove,and 50 Quail,and the rest are assorted species like Cactus Wren, and Mockingbirds. I am feeding the Cottontail and Jackass Rabbits too. Many species of animals. Occasionally wild Burro show up hungry.

      My ENENews avatar is a Peregrin Falcon. She was part of a hunting pair that live on top of this extinct volcano I live on. I have watched them for years as they hunted the quail and dove in the valley below. She died nine months after the WIPP venting.

      Life is hard for the wild life here in the Chihuahuan Desert,even in normal times. Apparently the Globaists are extending the drought East from California. In seven months it has only rained once here. That was a few weeks ago. It rained five inches in 45 minutes.

      I think the plants and animals are becoming stressed more and more as time goes on, and that it is important to look for ways to help them.

      Nuff sayed.

      Peace

    • HillbillyHoundDog HillbillyHoundDog

      Oxalis did not make it 🙁

  • irhologram

    Yes, HBHD! Same on the Cental East Coast of FL. For years, only the sound of crows. Right now, I am listening to birdsong and conversation from at least 4 varieties. So …pleasant morning coffee in my pool garden again. And squaking crows. They never tire of conversing.. Lol

    I like hearing about your chick. Keep us informed.

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  • irhologram

    In a survey from 78-92, 294 Humpback whales were documented. http://www.nefsc.noaa.gov/nefsc/publications/tm/tm114/pdfs/10.pdf

    Along a sail I took last week along the Inter Coastal Waterway from Ponce Inlet to Ft. Lauderdale, I read on one of the shoreline plaques that there are only 150 Humpbacks along the Atlantic Coast. And according to one of the below links, last year, a total of half a dozen Humpbacks washed up dead. Three days ago, there were four?

    2016-04-26 – Humpback whale found dead in the water near coastal Amagansett (New York):
    http://www.newsday.com/long-island/suffolk/riverhead-foundation-biologists-check-dead-whale-in-hamptons-1.11732480
    http://myinforms.com/en-us/a/31671177-humpback-whale-found-dead-in-amagansett/

    Quote: "The Riverhead Foundation for Marine Research responded Tuesday to a deceased humpback whale floating in the waters off Amagansett, the third such marine mammal discovery reported in recent days between Long Island and waters north of Cape Cod."

    2016-04-26 – Whale found dead in the water in coastal Gardiners Bay (New York):
    http://easthamptonstar.com/Government/2016425/Dead-Whale-Grounded-Gardiners-Bay
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  • jackassrig

    I agree @Gasser. In order to blow a cavern under FUKU much preliminary work must be done. Simulations to approximate the blast and cavern. More studies. More time. What I have been thinking is bury the FUKU under a mountain of dirt. Start pushing dirt until the damn thing is completely covered. IMO the work could start almost immediately with D9 Cats. Then later when the radiation is reduced, implode the site. It's brute force and ignorance to kill this monster. It's not going to be pretty but to let the site belch radiation for the next 10000 years is unacceptable.

  • irhologram

    As to the coral death in South Florida Seas …now that definately could be Tritium related…RE: Turkey Point Nuclear Power Plant's continuing release of Tritium into Key Biscayne Bay and up the Atlantic Seaboard.

    2016-04-26 – South Florida corals dying from unprecedented bleaching and disease:
    http://www.sun-sentinel.com/local/fl-coral-dying-20160424-story.html
    http://www.sott.net/article/317183-South-Florida-corals-dying-from-unprecedented-bleaching-and-disease

    Quote: "South Florida's corals are turning white and contracting fatal diseases in what's being called an unprecedented die-off across the region's reefs."

    Die off links courtesy of Jumping Jack Flash Blog

  • PhilipUpNorth PhilipUpNorth

    To the "bury Fukushima in dirt" folks:

    Bad idea.
    Here's why:

    Much of the problem comes from corium in the ground.
    Underground river washes nuclides into the sea.
    These nuclides need to be kept in place, undisturbed.
    An underground wall needs to be built.
    Construct a buttressed concrete wall, 100' deep, 50' wide, around reactors 1-4.
    Tunnel under reactor ruins at the 100' level, creating a floor of reinforced concrete.
    Grout or sand mix fills corium lava tube, torus, torus basement, containment, and reactor in Units1-3.
    Spent fuel to common spent fuel, and to dry cask storage yards, per present Tepco plan.
    Build sarcophagus over Units 1-4, filling space between reactors with dirt.
    Top with 50' of reinforced concrete, with a membrane roof to seal cracks from future earthquakes.

    This plan depends on knowing precise location of corium from Units 1-4.
    Where is the damn corium, Tepco?

    Building a sarcophagus is the only viable plan, IMHO.
    Eventually, Japan will figure this out, and get to work on a sarcophagus.
    Russia mobilized the nation to build the sarcophagus over Chernobyl.
    The construction took 7 months, and killed many workers.
    Japan has done didley squat in 5 years.
    Japan will probably do little or nothing in the next 5 years.
    The collapse of the Pacific Ocean Ecosystem will eventually be traced back to Fukushima radiation.
    The world demands action!

    • HillbillyHoundDog HillbillyHoundDog

      Burying Fukushima, I envisioned groundwater problem continuing to wash said nuclides into the sea for eternity. There couldn't have been a worse set of geographical circumstances for this disaster.

      The building of the ice-wall…Why not a barrier wall in place of this unprecedented, expensive, variable outcome ice-wall? What would the difference be and why was the ice-wall chosen? The inventor, a architectural mogul, who is now also a Tepco head, forget his name- it's in the ice-wall thread this week…he invented a structural mechanism to prevent earthquake damage that is currently in use by Japan, BTW. He was put in charge of water/treatment @ Fukushima, and now is in charge of the ice-wall and an executive in charge for Tepco. Point being, this looks to be a financial incentive, rather than a Fukushima fix. I mean, they admit there is no cure, no way to fix it, unknown territory, unprecedented, make-it-up-as-we-go…As a respectable tycoon, why not offer up the ice-wall, as it is very profitable- for lives are at stake, you've got nothing to lose if it doesn't work, you have stated publicly that it might not work and you are buying time for Tepco, who had absolutely no plan to fix the meltdown because they didn't know how. Who, remember, split into three different, profitable companies, after Fukushima. Yet another reason to keep your eye on the money.

      Seems both solutions have an underlying issue…

      How do you get under the cores?

      Sha-fizzle

      • PhilipUpNorth PhilipUpNorth

        Hillbilly,
        (Or, should that be "Mountain William?)

        Frozen Wall was a boondoggle assigned by a frustrated PM Abe to a friend in the industry.
        Probably won't work, in any case.

        Job 1 at Fukushima is to locate and map the 3 missing nuclear cores.
        Cannot plan without a 3D map of the underground corium.
        Rather than get on with this project, Tepco will, instead, do the muon imaging over again.
        (Their atomic energy textbooks tell them that nuclear cores in meltdown cannot penetrate the bottom of reactor vessels. Muon imaging shows NO corium, so the muon imaging must be wrong. Tepco simply cannot believe that the images are accurate.)
        Oh, well, oh well…

        It has been said, that the corium is 2 km or more deep. (See ENEnews posts from PattyB, and others.)
        Let's assume that the corium is 2 km+ deep.
        If so, simply fill the corium lava tubes with concrete, displacing water now filling the lava tubes.
        The sarcophagus foundation walls extend 100 deep, below the lower limit of the aquifer, in order to divert the underground river around remaining core debris in the ground.

        If the corium is within a depth of 100', simply dig horizontal tunnels in the mudrock below the level of the aquifer and corium, and create a floor of reinforced concrete, per the plan at Chernobyl, which should contain the corium.

        Either strategy will work.
        Both require Tepco to…

        GET OFF YOUR ASS AND LOCATE THE CORIUM. 🙂

        • HillbillyHoundDog HillbillyHoundDog

          I think the contaminated water removal for the underground digging posed too much of a threat or barrier to the construction. Adept.

          I think they know exactly where the cores are. Buying time. I think "we" do too.

          I have no reason to believe anything they say, at face value.

          From ENE, above:
          "32:20 in — Tepco has been insisting that no radioactive materials have been detected in the sea. However it’s been confirmed through press reports that fatally high concentrations of radioactive material has been leaked to the sea. [Graphic: "The problem of radioactive materials from Fukushima leaking into the sea still serious… it has been revealed that 'serious ocean pollution has been going on.'"]"

          Meh.

          • PhilipUpNorth PhilipUpNorth

            Hillbilly pens the following:

            "I think the contaminated water removal for the underground digging posed too much of a threat or barrier to the construction."

            First, build the uphill leg of the underground foundation wall, followed by the North and South sides.
            Pound in a 100' deep harborside wall of sheet steel interlocking pilings, just outside the foundation wall area.
            This keeps groundwater diverted around the worksite.
            If necessary, pound in a sheet steel wall inside of the harborside foundation wall area.
            This wall controls remaining groundwater level within the perimeter of the sarcophagus foundation.
            Excavate the harborside leg of the foundation wall.
            Now, use remote-controlled drilling apparatus to drill horizontal tunnels at the 100' depth.
            These tunnels run from the harborside excavation hole, at 100' depth, to the inland foundation wall.
            These tubes get reinforcing rods, and are filled with concrete.
            Bore a series of such holes, until a continuous concrete floor has been laid underneath the ruins of Reactors1-4.
            Now, lift in by crane foundation reinforcing cages, built offsite, and brought in by barge.
            The harborside foundation wall can now be poured.
            By this time, the site should have a cement plant of its own, or a portable cement plant set up on a barge in the harbor.

            I really think that most radiation problems can be surmounted by a combination of off-site pre-fabrication, and on-site remote controlled construction equipment.

            • PhilipUpNorth PhilipUpNorth

              If de-watering the construction site proves too problematic, then leave the coria underwater, let the level of the aquifer remain unchanged, and do the concrete pours underwater. Underwater concrete pours are a common construction technique!
              https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mEtWwsvR08M

              After construction is complete, groundwater levels within the perimeter of the foundation wall, can be maintained with pumps and pipes. Excess water can be pumped out, and evaporated water can be replaced, within the perimeter of the sarcophagus. No problem.

              Corium outgassing can be captured for decontamination. The membrane roof of the sarcophagus will also serve to contain any outgassing of the corium debris.

              Construction of the sarcophagus can be done well away from highly radioactive reactor ruins, or by using remote pre-fabricated construction elements such as reinforcing cages, and by using remote controlled machinery, such as the cranes already in use. "Moon suits" of heavy materials can shield workers in heavily-contaminated areas, where necessary. http://www.armaghplanet.com/blog/14-amazing-spacesuits.html

    • ISeePinkClouds

      Yes. PhilipUpNorth. Ty. This plan is pretty much the same plan that you came up with years ago. I think it is a good plan. As you say, it depends on finding the corium (coria). Weird,huh? Coria. Whoda thunk? Good thing that nothing happened at Fukushima.(sarc) Peace

    • HillbillyHoundDog HillbillyHoundDog

      The floating reactors now in the news are the off-spring of the lessons not learned at Fukushima.

      Fukushima: We float reactors.

  • Cooter

    From BeyondNuclear came this report by Ian Fairlie.

    "TORCH-­‐2016
    version 1.1 March 31, 2016
    The Other Report on Chernobyl An independent evaluation of the
    health -­‐ related effects of the Chernobyl nuclear disaster.."

    Ian Fairlie
    PhD, UK
    http://www.ianfairlie.org

    http://static1.1.sqspcdn.com/static/f/356082/26996644/1461764866287/TORCH+2016.pdf?token=CxljN6NX%2BtcpLKVxdOcr1ONqZjg%3D

    • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

      Fairlie is saying that Chernobyl released ten times as much radioactivity as Fukushima and caused 40,000 cancers. Quite a different set of numbers come from Busby et al. Too bad there is no concensus

        • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

          One can see the three pound ape brains struggling. Belief is a gestalt, not a logic. For example we believe 4 + 4 = 8, and we are absolutely sure of it even though we dont extrapolate the truth every time by logic and data from an abacus or fingers. 4 + 4 = 7.76 when we add water and ethanol. There is a limitation to the three pound ape brain; we must constantly weed out information to not get overloaded, and then we must store our belief of reality as a gestalt, not a product of logic. Those assumed beliefs become the emotional stability of ourselves set in our world view. You can see the ones who cant admit that low level radiation has an effect are emotionally disturbed.

          This mental problem is exacerbated with radiation by grouping all radioisotopes and extrapolating danger by energy deposition. Theory didnt fit experience so more and more coefficients were added, but the subconscious belief that X amount of radiation equals X amount of danger is impossible to overcome. So we hope by repetition that a crack will open in the closed minded belief systems…and here it is;

          70 bq/kg of radiation from k-40 does not create somatic morbidity, genomic instability or irreversible lesions in our organs whereas 70 bq/kg from C-137 does. Thus 4 + 4 equals very nearly 4

      • I've been debating precisely this issue with someone. Is Chernobyl really 10X Fukushima?

        I think in terms of land contamination that may be true, but not in terms of complete source terms when the full extent of initial and ONGOING OCEAN and fresh water contamination is considered.

        What do you think Code?

        • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

          Hi majia! We see there is quite a range of estimated releases, so it will be difficult to debate conclusively.

          I have to defer entirely to some expert or the other. In this case Busby seems as level headed as anyone. He concluded at one point that overall, Fukushima was about twice as serious as Chernobyl. http://www.llrc.org/fukushima/subtopic/fukuchernobylcomparison2012.pdf

          SimplyInfo gives a range of estimated releases here;
          http://www.fukuleaks.org/web/?p=11668

          I dont know about the ongoing release amounts. 'September 18, 2013, the Japan Meteorological Agency scientist, Michio Aoyama, told the audience at the IAEA 2013 Scientific Forum that 60 GBq of Cesium-137 & Strontium-90 directly go out to the ocean outside of the Fukushima Daiichi port daily'

          You can play with a converter like this https://www.unitjuggler.com/convert-decay-from-GBq-to-PBq.html And find the washout and ongoing fission amounts (unknown) are small compared to the original release.

          Of course we are talking about radiation release, and not radiation danger. The two may not easily equate. No doubt you will see some posts in a minute following this one, stating how much plutonium and how many lethal doses per person and how many tens, thousands or even 100s of thousands of times worse Fukushima is. More estimates of that kind would be welcome from Busby, Bandazhevsky and others

          • Thanks for your feedback Code!

            In the end, I believe that what matters is bioaccumulation (and transgerational) impacts and it appears that damaged eco-systems are "tipping" already.

            I have no doubt Fukushima played a role but there are clearly many other contributing factors. It is the unwillingness to speak to Fukushima at all (especially when it comes to ocean impacts) that really makes me suspicious of official narratives.

            I find the scale of "tipping," the obviousness of it in the Pacific eco-system after Fukushima, rather alarming.

            The videos linked by admin feature scientists who are admitting potential problems – an important first step.

            Unfortunately, the widespread comparisons between Fukushima and Chernobyl in the mass media right now just serve to further mystify the ongoing scale of the former.

            • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

              majia…besides bioaccumulation and genomic instability, dont forget the form factor; nanoparticles and buckeyballs, and also secondary ecological effects, like crashing krill or sardines leading to starvation, or unknowns, like maybe heavy metal nuclides increasing quantity of domoic acid or allowing blooms of resistant algae. Another overlooked thing is that radioactive iodine caused lingering damage…somatic morbidity, yet is no longer measurable. You can see in the video above how emotionally stuck they are with the stochastic model,…such contempt for conflicting data!

              Because the toxicity of radiation can vary 1000s and possibly millions of times depending on which element and form, judging the influence of Fukushima by radiation measurement could be very misleading. Probably most scientists are under the spell of the ICRP sievert system and official safety standards. This blinds them to the danger of Fukushima.

              Check out this difference in health risk per radiation dose;

              Sr-89; 2.6 nSv/Bq (ICRP)
              U-238 particle; 8,400,000 nSv/Bq (ECRR)

              becquerel hunting isnt the way to prove causation, however much we want it to be

              • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

                whats worse?;

                A) one becquerel of radiation or
                B) three million becquerels of radiation?

                or can they be

                C) equal danger

                • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

                  Ultimately the scientists and public must admit that approximately 10,000 Hiroshima dirty bombs MUST have an effect on ecology whether we know how or not or can measure it or not.

                  I see science has reached a dangerous place; their dose model provides no nuclear war deterrent

    • theworldisalie theworldisalie

      I fail to see how 3 larger reactors melting down and with mox fuel and with fuel pool fires is some how less, equal or even just twice that of chernobyl.

      It just seems completely absurd. Do I know the actual figure? No of course not but this just does not make sense.

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  • nirakenna

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  • Jebus Jebus

    Roads past paved with precious uranium…

    Urgent…

    Always has been.

    Hanford, Not Fukushima, is the Big Radiological Threat to the West Coast

    http://www.counterpunch.org/2016/04/29/hanford-not-fukushima-is-the-big-radiological-threat-to-the-west-coast/

    And then more questions than answers…

    by Robert Jacobs

    http://www.counterpunch.org/author/robtjac0980/

    Deck chairs connected…

    Does Hanford have free range coriums too?

    • Angela_R

      Was there ever one box, with all the ills in it?

      Yes Hanford is one and to areas it is close to, it may be their major one.

      • Angela_R

        and the hydrogen sulphide around Oregon, that was mentioned by a poster, could that now be radioactive?

        • Jebus Jebus

          IMHO, maybe of note to that is TIER4 final, diesel exhaust fluid, and the IC of catalysts burning soot "clean" from diesel exhaust…

          Sure has been an uptick of hydrogen sulphide reports since this EPA mandate has been enforced completely.

          Anyone have info on catalyst high temp burning of hydrocarbon solids in diesel exhaust by injecting raw diesel and urea nitrogen into the catalytic chamber?

          It's just a chemical conversion, right?

  • Jebus Jebus

    Is it any wonder?

    Secret Atomic Role of WWII-Era Aircraft Carrier Revealed

    Additionally, the documents reveal that sinking the Independence served multiple functions for the U.S. Navy. The aircraft carrier was too old and too vulnerable to potential espionage to be used any further, explained Delgado. And when the decision was made to sink the ship, waste from other Operation Crossroads vessels and the University of California Radiation Laboratory was also removed to the Independence "for ultimate sinking with that vessel because of lack of adequate storage facilities," according to one of the memorandums.

    http://www.livescience.com/54609-declassified-documents-wwii-shipwreck-history.html

    When does a drop in the bucket end?

  • ISeePinkClouds

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    Posted on January 30, 2016 by MVB

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    Millions of people ought to see this.

    Am I angry? Yes. I am. Furious.

    Peace

  • tinfoilhatbrian tinfoilhatbrian

    I am posting an email from a man studying chimney swift birds that roost in chimneys during their seasonal migration. This year all of the many thousands of birds that always show up by now have not arrived at the California roosts this year. Vanished. I haven't had any arrive at my place yet. Just one more species lost and there is a lot that is not know yet about these elusive little amazing creatures. They fly in unison in a big circle called a torus similar to schools of fish. I'm sure Larry would would be happy to share data with those interested this is his latest post:

    Larry Schwitters <leschwitters @me.com>
    Today at 2:00 AM

    To

    Larry Schwitters

    Message body
    Swift Seekers,

    Lets first review this weeks bad Vaux’s Happenings.

    Carl can find no swifts at the Church Lofts, their historic roost in San Diego.

    Jeff can find no roosts in Los Angeles.

    Terry can find no roosts in Moscow. That’s Moscow, Idaho

    The Amazing Redwood continues to disappoint.

    At least one Cooper’s Hawk sees the Eugene Agate roost top as his dinner table. No that’s not right. More like butcher shop. They fly away to eat then come right back for more. Wonder what goes on in the morning.

    We have gotten no observations from Albany firehouse one. I’m pretty sure it’s still there.

    Swifts have been a no show at their newly remodeled smoke stack in Centralia.

    Swifts have abandoned the major roost at JBLM. What! Why? Where did they…</leschwitters>

  • tinfoilhatbrian tinfoilhatbrian

    Larry Schwitters <leschwitters @me.com>
    Today at 2:00 AM

    To

    Larry Schwitters

    Message body
    Swift Seekers,

    Lets first review this weeks bad Vaux’s Happenings.

    Carl can find no swifts at the Church Lofts, their historic roost in San Diego.

    Jeff can find no roosts in Los Angeles.

    Terry can find no roosts in Moscow. That’s Moscow, Idaho

    The Amazing Redwood continues to disappoint.

    At least one Cooper’s Hawk sees the Eugene Agate roost top as his dinner table. No that’s not right. More like butcher shop. They fly away to eat then come right back for more. Wonder what goes on in the morning.

    We have gotten no observations from Albany firehouse one. I’m pretty sure it’s still there.

    Swifts have been a no show at their newly remodeled smoke stack in Centralia.

    Swifts have abandoned the major roost at JBLM. What! Why? Where did they go?

    Swifts have abandoned Old Northern State. I’m convinced the Merlins caused this, but have no idea what happened at JBLM.

    Tuesday a thousand swifts waited until well after sunset to dive into the Selleck roost. They immediately came back out and flew off into the dark forest, never to return. We’ve had nearly 700 observations at this site and once they go in they always stay.

    The Detroit Chimney cam stopped live streaming sometime Tuesday.

    If that seems like a lot of bad, it is.

    What’s the Good?

    The Wagner cam has been working good and showing off lots of feathered guests every…</leschwitters>

  • tinfoilhatbrian tinfoilhatbrian

    Sorry! cut and paste glitch! Swifts have abandoned the major roost at JBLM. What! Why? Where did they go?

    Swifts have abandoned Old Northern State. I’m convinced the Merlins caused this, but have no idea what happened at JBLM.

    Tuesday a thousand swifts waited until well after sunset to dive into the Selleck roost. They immediately came back out and flew off into the dark forest, never to return. We’ve had nearly 700 observations at this site and once they go in they always stay.

    The Detroit Chimney cam stopped live streaming sometime Tuesday.

    If that seems like a lot of bad, it is.

    What’s the Good?

    The Wagner cam has been working good and showing off lots of feathered guests every night.

    Ha! Detroit cam is back up, but no Chimney Swifts in it. Kind of like get getting a Christmas present that’s just an empty box.

  • tinfoilhatbrian tinfoilhatbrian

    It looks like the Old Northern State flock has moved to the Vic’s Gas Pumps chimney. It’s a shorter drive and gentler on the neck but holds a lot less birds and is still exhaust active. The new owners seems to be for the birds. The old wasn’t.

    We got Selleck fixed! The owner had cleaned out the swift poop. This provided an entrance for cold air to get sucked in and up the chimney. The birdies quickly decided they didn’t like that continual cold breeze on their bird butts and it’s “I’m out of here,” “Me too.” The owner, who from the beginning has been incredibly supportive, swiftly plugged up the hole with insulation. That night 800 little birds entered the Selleck Chimney and none came out. Well, not until morning anyway.

    Selleck resident Laycie Danielson has just earned her wings as a sharp, dependable, and up beat Vaux’s Happening observer.

    Great counts this week in Prairie City, Roseburg, the Lebanon Hotel, and Bend at last.

    Roseburg’s temperature loggers start recording May 1.

    The McNear Brick crew continues to function at the edge of their no trespassing zone, WUFOOING near record northbound site totals.

  • tinfoilhatbrian tinfoilhatbrian

    A month by month Ebird data exploration of Mexico City and Orizaba shows a May through September 95% drop in reported Vaux’s Swifts. This strongly suggests the Vaux’s Swift subspecies most commonly seen in this area is a neotropical migrate.

    The kind of cute?

    Our next website addition will include colorful custom creations by professional artist Dale Rutter.

    So are we ready for a last Saturday in April BIG SATURDAY?

    Sure. Why not.

  • tinfoilhatbrian tinfoilhatbrian

    Last Saturday in April
    year obs swifts ave.

    2008 4 obs. 33 8
    2009 2 obs. 779 390
    2010 4 obs. 9,319 2330
    2011 33 obs. 18,354 556
    2012 36 obs. 15,254 424
    2013 5 obs. 3,544 709
    2014 11 obs. 5,543 495
    2015 8 obs. 13,532 1692
    ave. 102 obs. 81,612 800

    Swiftly,

    Larry

  • tinfoilhatbrian tinfoilhatbrian

    And by the way I am struggling to maintain the building I own the swifts use because it is in a once thriving but now down and out town that is as broke as me and they ride me with fines for any little thin g and socked me with a $2000 water bill going back to the day i purchased it at their tax auction and have never had water service! I have to pay for the rain that runs off my building and into their sewer. No help is coming from them! It's an 1897 brick and stone Gothic school house that needs another $50,000 that I don't have with no chance of selling for what I have in it now even. If my birds are dead too I guess it doesn't matter as much. If they are alive I would think funds from conservation groups may be willing to help me. I don't like to beg for anything but if I don't act nobody else will. There's no money to be made doing this. I'm nearing retirement. I would be lying if I said I think everything is going to be just fine. It's not.

  • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

    SO GREAT THE URGE TO LIVE!

    Sea lion found on farm 50 miles inland dies after release into ocean

    The 160kg animal swam and waddled its way to the ranch in Washington state but has failed to survive the sea, biologists say

    April 29 2016

    http://www.theguardian.com/environment/2016/apr/29/sea-lion-50-miles-inland-dies-release-ocean

    The Human cruelty…
    Same with the marine sanctuary that released some sea lions back to the sea on Earth Day.

    They are returning them to the same and increasingly worsening conditions!
    How cruel!

  • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

    Oh, climate change.
    That 'catch all' term, under which all maladies apply is going to take out the Pacific in 15 years?
    And they call us …fear mongers.
    Call it what you will ..ADD radiation!
    Fight against climate change ..comes to what?
    Governments tightening control over natural assets?
    Is it appropriate to ask what the catalyst is to this rapid change?

    Large Swaths Of The Pacific Ocean May Actually Suffocate In Just 15 Years

    Take a wild guess what the culprit is.
    April 28 2016

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/climate-change-oxygen-loss-oceans_us_57226e80e4b0f309baf0499e

  • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

    "Take a wild guess what the culprit is".

    What a cheesy line..
    I guess 'oxygen deprivation'.. will be added to the list of symptoms.
    Add it to the 'Hell's Brew" ..go ahead!
    ADD RADIATION!!

  • rogerthat

    http://majiasblog.blogspot.com.au/

    FRIDAY, APRIL 29, 2016

    Black Swan Events

    Japan's Meteorological Agency reports that they could recall "no other case" resembling the recent earthquake situation in Kyushu:

    Editorial: Quake-prone Japan must remain on guard against nuclear accidents
    April 28, 2016 (Mainichi Japan) http://mainichi.jp/english/articles/20160428/p2a/00m/0na/019000c

    • Mack Mack

      I wonder if deep-sea oil drilling is causing some earthquakes.

      Some deep-sea-oil-drilling ships are drilling down over 7 kilometers into the Earth's mantle/crust.

      For example, here's a deep-sea oil drilling ship called Chikyū that wiki says:

      "the scientific results are expected to be much more interesting since the regions targeted by Chikyū include some of the most seismically-active regions of the world"

      >> drilling in "seismically-active regions"

      Is that safe?

      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chiky%C5%AB

  • rogerthat

    https://lucian.uchicago.edu/blogs/atomicage/2016/04/30/11-hanford-workers-sick-thurs-from-vapors-via-king5/

    11 Hanford workers sick Thurs. from vapors via KING5
    Hanford tank farm workers performing routine tasks at the vast nuclear waste site reported getting sick after breathing chemical vapors on Thursday. …

    After the exposures, some employees complained that full respiratory protection wasn’t mandated after the first two workers reported problems mid-day. They also objected to a decision to continue pumping and transferring waste.

    […]

    Thursday’s vapor exposures are the latest in a series of problematic events at the nuclear site in the last two weeks. On Tuesday, KING 5 broke the story that signs have emerged that a second double-shell tank, AY-101, is beginning to leak.

    And last week the KING 5 Investigators found that the leak in AY-102 has greatly expanded since the pumping operation began. …

    http://www.king5.com/news/local/investigations/11-hanford-workers-sick-thurs-from-vapors/158598647

  • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

    What Japan does not need but has ..is a weak media…(and a corrupt government).
    Better paper pinned to posts and tell the truth.

    Japan’s meek media kowtows to the government
    April 30 2016

    http://www.japantimes.co.jp/opinion/2016/04/30/commentary/japans-meek-media-kowtows-government/#.VyTBLaP2Y5d

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