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Fukushima Aftermath? 98 Percent Of The Pacific Ocean Floor Covered By Dead Sea Creatures

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According to an absolutely shocking study that has just been released, one area of the Pacific Ocean floor was 98 percent covered by decomposing sea creatures in July 2012.  But in March 2012, only 1 percent of that same section of the Pacific Ocean floor was covered by dead sea creatures.  This study has been going on for 24 years, and the scientists that are running this study say that during “the past 2 years” they have seen “the biggest amounts of this detritus by far”.  In other words, the scientists that are studying this section of the ocean floor have never seen anything quite like this before.  And when you consider this in conjunction with all of the other reports that have been coming in of sea creatures dying all over the Pacific Ocean, it is only natural to start asking some hard questions.  Could radiation from Fukushima be responsible for all of this death?

National Geographic recently published a very interesting article about this study of the Pacific Ocean floor.  The scientists running the study cannot really explain the very strange changes that they have observed since 2011…

In March 2012, less than one percent of the seafloor beneath Station M was covered in dead sea salps. By July 1, more than 98 percent of it was covered in the decomposing organisms, according to the study, published this week in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.

The major increase in activity of deep-sea life in 2011 and 2012 weren’t limited to Station M, though: Other ocean-research stations reported similar data.

Although climate change is a leading contender for explaining the major increases in 2011 and 2012, Huffard says that these spikes could be part of a longer-term trend that scientists haven’t yet observed.

Even though they do not have a “scientific explanation” for what is happening, the scientists are admitting that they have never seen a die-off of this magnitude in the 24 years that this study has been going on…

“In the 24 years of this study, the past 2 years have been the biggest amounts of this detritus by far,”  said study leader Christine Huffard, a marine biologist at the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute in California.

Could this phenomenon possibly be related to what has been going on at Fukushima?

It should be a fair question to ask.  Especially in light of all of the other sea creature deaths that have been happening all over the Pacific.  The following is a short excerpt from a recent CNN article

“One of my favorite sayings right now is we may be experiencing global weirding,” Jim Covel at the Monterey Bay Aquarium said.

The Pacific recently has seen its fair share of weird. Last year, there was an invasion of Humboldt squid around coastal California and sea lion dying off in worrying numbers. And in recent weeks, disturbingly, sea stars – from Alaska to San Diego are wasting away, literally melting.

So what in the world would cause sea stars to begin “literally melting”?

Once again, scientists do not have an answer.

But clearly, something definitely appears to be significantly affecting life throughout the Pacific Ocean.  In fact, one very experienced Australian adventurer has stated that he felt as though “the ocean itself was dead” as he journeyed from Japan to San Francisco recently…

The next leg of the long voyage was from Osaka to San Francisco and for most of that trip the desolation was tinged with nauseous horror and a degree of fear.

“After we left Japan, it felt as if the ocean itself was dead,” Macfadyen said.

“We hardly saw any living things. We saw one whale, sort of rolling helplessly on the surface with what looked like a big tumour on its head. It was pretty sickening.

“I’ve done a lot of miles on the ocean in my life and I’m used to seeing turtles, dolphins, sharks and big flurries of feeding birds. But this time, for 3000 nautical miles there was nothing alive to be seen.”

In place of the missing life was garbage in astounding volumes.

“Part of it was the aftermath of the tsunami that hit Japan a couple of years ago. The wave came in over the land, picked up an unbelievable load of stuff and carried it out to sea. And it’s still out there, everywhere you look.”

Shouldn’t someone out there be trying to put all of the pieces together and asking if Fukushima could somehow be responsible for all of this?

For much more on the epidemic of death that we have been witnessing in the Pacific Ocean lately, please check out some of my previous articles about Fukushima…

-”28 Signs That The West Coast Is Being Absolutely Fried With Nuclear Radiation From Fukushima

-”Something Is Killing Life All Over The Pacific Ocean – Could It Be Fukushima?

-”What Is Happening To Alaska? Is Fukushima Responsible For The Mass Animal Deaths?

And this is a crisis that is not going away any time soon.  In fact, it just keeps getting worse.  The Japanese government has estimated that approximately 300 tons of highly radioactive water is pouring into the Pacific Ocean from the destroyed Fukushima nuclear facility every single day, and according to a recent RT article, outdoor radiation levels at Fukushima recently hit a new all-time high…

Outdoor radiation levels have reached their highest at Japan’s Fukushima nuclear plant, warns the operator company.  Radiation found in an area near a steel pipe that connects reactor buildings could kill an exposed person in 20 minutes, local media reported.

So the total amount of radioactive material that has been released into the Pacific Ocean is constantly going up, and considering the fact that some of these radioactive particles have a half-life of about 30 years, all of this nuclear material is going to be sitting in the Pacific for a very, very long time.

And guess what?  Even more highly radioactive water may soon be released into the Pacific Ocean.  The Japanese are running out of places to store the radioactive water that they have been able to capture, and the IAEA is actually recommending that the “storage problem” should be solved by dumping the water into the ocean

In an attempt to solve the storage problem the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) proposed on Wednesday to consider dumping toxic water into the ocean after lowering the level of radioactive materials.

It is almost as if they consider the Pacific Ocean to be a giant trash dumpster.

And the mainstream media has been greatly misleading the public as to the true nature of the disaster at Fukushima.

According to nuclear expert Mycle Schneider, the lead author of the World Nuclear Industry status reports, the rest of the world should be very alarmed by what is happening…

“It is much worse than we have been led to believe, much worse.”

But the mainstream media in the United States really doesn’t talk much about Fukushima anymore.

They seem to believe that it isn’t a crisis worth talking about anymore.

Meanwhile, dangerous radiation levels are being measured all over the country.

NETC, an independent organization that collects and monitors radiation data from locations all over America, recently issued an alert for Austin, Texas and Grand Junction, Colorado…

RADCON 5 Alerts have been reported in both Austin, Texas as well as Grand Junction, Colorado as shared in the screenshots below from the Nuclear Emergency Tracking Center – NETC. Radiation levels are also way above normal background levels in St. George, Utah and Augusta, Georgia.

Posted below is a picture of what the NETC map looked like when those alerts were issued…

NETC December 2013

Over the past couple of years, radiation levels have been abnormally high in the U.S. – especially in the western half of the country.

So why isn’t the mainstream media talking about this?

And is all of this something that we should be deeply concerned about?

Please feel free to share what you think by posting a comment below…

About the author: Michael T. Snyder is a former Washington D.C. attorney who now publishes The Truth.  His new thriller entitled “The Beginning Of The End” is now available on Amazon.com.

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  • prestodo

    Of course it is coming from Fukushima. That plant is now poisoning and destroying life over all the planet, not just the Pacific Ocean. What’s more is that the global elites that control 96% of the wealth on the planet are not doing a damned thing about it ON PURPOSE! No outside money is going to clean up or stop this catastrophe from continuing because the global elite literally worship the devil. It is up to those that are righteous and informed to understand this and take actions to protect themselves and their families.

    • Kim

      Ask your doctor about Prussian blue,

      • 2¢Wurth

        I read about this after one of your previous posts. Sounds like something every medicine cabinet should have. So, you can be sure it will be outlawed in the very near future. When Prussian Blue is outlawed, only outlaws will have Prussian Blue (or something like that…).

  • Randa

    ……and yet……most people I talk to have absolutely no idea what Fukushima is. Those who do, for years have denied that there is a problem.

    Fukushima is the quintessential symbol of what humanity has become. Oblivious and destined for oblivion. The lack of dignity is breathtakingly striking ~ like a slap in the face with every article I read and video I watch.

    But, but, but the masses will ask, “What is Fukushima?”

    Well fine humanity. Take your oblivion if you must, but what about other inter dimension Beings who also occupy this space? What on Earth have we as humans done to the invisible Beings, the invisible Realms that are becoming quickly destroyed.

    And all those Beings at the bottom of the sea, I ask, is there no dignity?

    • Hammerstrike

      youtube.c om/ watch?v=ROGTV7GkWAE

      It isn´t just on Earth.

  • Kim

    My theory is that it isn’t that it’s a story not worth talking about, but the magnitude this disaster is just too much to deal with. Second, TEPCO, in collusion with the Japanese government, engaged in a massive cover up, which only up will recently, is being exposed. Japan is a cash-strapped anion at this point, and now much of the northern area of Japan is uninhabitable.

    There isn’t anything that can be done. There is no know technology to deal with Fukushima Daiich. The poisonous water in storage on -site is one problem which arises in part from constant cooling of 1500 fuel rods in reactor 4, 800 of which contain plutonium. The biggest problem, though, in my understanding, are the melted cores from 1,2 and 3 effecting the ground water. This melted nuclear material is obviously fissioning underground in an unknown location, deep in the earth. It will never be located, recovered or contained. This is the primary source all the extremely high radiation entering the air and sea. But, reactor 4 poses thee biggest potential for further harm. The nuclear material is out of containment, in an open-air pool, out of containment. That it’s out of containment is extremely disturbing and dangerous,

    • Russell_TheRagingBULL

      What is Prussian Blue?

      PS. I like you, I’m following you. I want to learn everything about Fukishima. The media is way too quiet about it, eerily quiet. Something’s wrong over there.

      • Kim

        Hello. Sorry took so long to reply. Prussian blue is a chemical dye or paint. It’s called Prussian Blue because the Prussian army used it to dye their uniforms blue. It was later discovered that its chemical form (ferrous ferrocyanide) binds with beta particles, namely, cesium 137 – which glows a beautiful blue by the way- aids in excretion of cesium 137 before it has a chance to settle in human bones (once cesium 137 settles in the bones, it is there permanently, and there are time constraints so it my be taken quickly).

        When it was discovered that ferrous ferrocyanide binds with beta particles, a pharmaceutical version of it was made. The US has stockpiled loads of this and you can get it with a prescription.

        Another thing u can do is take daily doses of vitamin C. I heard that helps flush particles out with urine.

  • P.F

    The reason many are unaware of this disaster is because the main stream media keeps them occupied with circus shows acts. It’s the whole ‘I’m okay your okay’ mind set that keeps people going through the day. As long as they can turn off a t.v. and put the world away and pop in the latest ‘blockbusters’ movie they got for some red box outside a walgreens advertising rows of vaccines, hey, why worry. Let the rest of the word worry why we watch some mind numbing movie that teaches violence and hate.

  • Armel

    Well-done article; there is so much that the general public just is not being told and even if they were, it’s hard to convince people that something they can’t see, smell, touch or otherwise sense is killing them, slowly, over time. It’s a shame that the responsible parties for this mess are running like cockroaches.

    • Kim

      People cannot see, taste or touch the wind, but we know it’s there because we see the effect. When people start to become sick, they will immediately understand the effect of ionizing radiation.

    • Hammerstrike

      youtube.c om/ watch?v=ROGTV7GkWAE

  • 2¢Wurth

    Michael:

    You ask, “Shouldn’t someone out there be trying to put all of the pieces together and asking if Fukushima could somehow be responsible for all of this?” Having just read your article about Camden, NJ and the plight of normal people in the U.S. who “do all the right things” and wind up literally bankrupt for the rest of their youth, is it any wonder that this huge environmental and potentially earth threatening problem is being ignored?
    Just like the rotting of the U.S. inner cities, the polluting of the industrial core of China and the death of multiple countries in Europe, the Pacific is a vast dumping ground that will be ignored until it is too late. Even though I consider the U.N. to be one of the largest jokes in the history of assembled man, I do believe part of their charter covers this. Why don’t they recognize that this is every bit as important, or more, as providing “protection” to some third world despot, or some sand dune potentate.

    • Kim

      Even if they did recognize it, there isn’t a thing that can be done about it. Fukushima is a lost cause, out of the knowledge and understanding of any existing nuclear physicist, body of scientists, clean up workers, construction workers, u name it. No amount of money “pledged” by any government, or all of them for that matter, will make any difference. The melted cores from a triple nuclear meltdown of active nuclear material cannot be recovered and contained.

  • K

    The corporate masters of the mainstream media, allow very little reporting of anything important. The information is out there, if you choose to seek it. So to me the uniformed, choose to be so. Also remember potassium iodide, and prussian blue, are only effective if you get out of the radioactive zone quickly. Continued exposure renders them useless. If I was under the age of forty-five, or had children. I would be looking into moving away from the pacific rim. Not a perfect solution, but it would be better than staying.

    • Hammerstrike

      But no one can hidde if even industrial fishing sees a massive and catastrophic collapse.

      And it is possible that humans might be affected at some point and it becomes clear it has nothing to do with human-caused pollution.

      • K

        As i said not a perfect solution, but it would buy you some time.

      • Joe Shmo

        Might be? Look up stories about radiation detectors being installed at the fish counters in grocery stores in Seoul, SK.

        • Hammerstrike

          No surprise there but if those detectors showed dangerous levels of radioactivity, it would become known.

          Japan and South Korea still doesn´t go along that well.

          • Kim

            What exactly are dangerous levels? Cesium 137 does not exist naturally; it does not exist in so called radioactive background reading(s).

            Therefore, ANY level can be considered toxic. It bioaccumulates and magnifies through the food chain starting with plant material and going up through the food chain from there.

  • DJohn1

    The only thing we can do is shut it down and contain the radioactivity to one small area. Only the engineers know what can and cannot be done. It is like the TItanic. And just like the infamous ship, the entire thing is going down.
    Shrimp, Clams and Oysters are nature’s filters for the ocean. They eat the contaminated waters and eventually die. When that happens the contamination goes to the bottom of the ocean and is absorbed into the ocean floor.
    A fisherman once took the shrimp that was contaminated into clean waters. Within 24 hours, the shrimp pasted inspection. They had cleaned themselves in the clean water.
    I am against Nuclear Energy Plants period. I think the freight that comes with them is too expensive to make them very practical long term.
    The radioactive waste has to be stored somewhere for years.
    There are engineered machines that act as sponges for radioactivity. I think it involves very strong magnetic fields but I am no engineer. Basically it involves pulling all the electrons involved into some kind of artificial hole that sucks it all into one place.
    Then it has to be contained and shipped somewhere that is isolated. Possible to store it somewhere but where?

    None of which might be practical economically.
    Problems do not go away by hiding your head in the sand. I think the Japanese government is very good at hiding.
    But the problem is so massive that they have no choice.
    They have to come up with a solution or they will have Russia on their doorstep demanding a lot of things. China is likely to be right behind them. Both neighbors are on the side away from the world winds so they might not feel threatened yet. Hawaii is probably going to be the first state effected by this disaster. SO what is the US doing about it? Hiding their heads in the sands . . .

    • Joe Shmo

      The machines you speak of are called ion-exchange beds (not magnetic fields). But since that is so expensive, they’ll just use humans, and every other living creature on Earth.

      • DJohn1

        I think the ion-exchange beds are a good idea. However that is standard operating procedure at a nuclear plant. What I am talking about is using intense fields to draw the radiation away. Whether it is possible I really am not enough of an electrical engineer to know. It has to do with the polarity of the radioactivity in the water. Tesla would know if he were alive. What I am saying is it might need a vortex of some kind to vacuum everything to one small area. I am talking about a lot of voltage here and some way of attracting that radioactivity like a magnet. Not necessarily a magnet but it has to be some kind of vacuum device to draw it all in.
        Anyway that is what I visualize when I think about that kind of device. We really need engineers capable of innovative thinking to solve this problem. That means a basic knowledge of how and why things work.
        What I am sure of it will be extremely dangerous to be in the immediate area of such a device if it does work.
        I think it has to do with electrostatic engineering.
        After we localize the radiation we have nuclear engineering to worry about. I think it could lead to an explosion if it isn’t contained right.

        Thank-you for your knowledge. I was not originally aware of the ion-exchange beds.

    • motorsportsnz

      Nope the man the maybe antichrist says take up obamacare

    • Kim

      once cesium 137 enters the digestive tract of an advanced organism, say, a fish or a human being- the clock starts ticking and there is only so much time (speak to a doctor about this) before any measures can be taken. Once it’s in the bones it’s there permanently, no amount of clean water will help. Check this out for yourself. Also, cesium 137 settles in plant life, bioaccumulates and magnifies, and is passed on exponentially to other advanced organisms.

      • DJohn1

        You are right. The purpose behind the shrimp is not to clean them. It is to absorb as much of the contamination as possible as they are nature’s pond filters for the ocean. Of course they will die.
        Then, we remove them from the ocean and put them in shielded containers. Hopefully while they are alive we remove them.
        It will take literally trillions of them to have an effect. Fortunately nature makes them reproduce in large numbers. It would be a matter of transporting a lot of them into the contaminated area then removing them when they have absorbed the contamination.
        The logistics will probably defeat us. There is simply too much radiation for any scheme to work. We have to find a way to stop the contamination at the source. That is lot easier to say than do.

        • Kim

          Oh, my pardon, you are right. But I didn’t know about shrimp being a sort of ocean filtration system. It makes perfect sense. It is sad though.

          I have my doubts about the shrimp being able to keep up. They’re going to be wiped out, you know. And halibut is about to become extinct. I spoke with a fisherman I know here in Oregon that says he has to go out three times as far as he did two years ago just to catch half as many halibuts. No wonder it’s $30 a pound, even here on the coast. But I would not eat it if I had to. Sad.

  • tf

    At least 90% of all that happens comes down to this -

    Money & Politics..
    Money & Politics…

    Repeat after me….
    Money & Politics.

    • Mountainhiker

      Need to add, “really clueless people”, like the ones that elected obama!

  • Jason7189

    Fukushima’s radiation could explain this:

    Zephaniah 1:3 ” I will consume man and beast; I will consume the fowls of the heaven, and the fishes of the sea, and the stumblingblocks with the wicked; and I will cut off man from off the land, saith the LORD.”

    Hosea 4:3 “Therefore the land will mourn;And everyone who dwells there will waste away With the beasts of the field
    And the birds of the air;
    Even the fish of the sea will be taken away.”

    Ezekiel 38:20 “The fish in the sea, the birds in the sky, the beasts of the field, every creature that moves along the ground, and all the people on the face of the earth will tremble at my presence. The mountains will be overturned, the cliffs will crumble and every wall will fall to the ground.”

  • James Vaughan

    Liberals: as long as we feel GOOD about ourselves, there is no problem! Go ObamaCare!
    Conservatives: as long as “the Market” gets whatever “the Market” wants, there is no problem! Go Wall Street!
    China: may you live in interesting times! -wait, we’re here too!!! Oh S***!!!!

  • ort

    Perhaps this is how the sea became “like the blood of a dead man” in Revelation. A dead man’s blood has no oxygen, and there are large parts of the ocean that are oxygen deprived and they don’t know why. Add to that the Fukishima radioactive poison water…….

  • Mountainhiker

    Here is what is going to be interesting, the same current that brings the trash and radiation to the west coast, takes it right back to Japan. Those in control in Japan continue to dump tons of radioactive water into the ocean that is shortly going to return to destroy their fishing industry…

    • will

      its to late their fishing industry is dead and that’s not in mainstream media either

  • Mikael R Ibsen

    makes Chernobyl look like picnic !!!

  • Mikael R Ibsen

    makes Chernobyl look like picnic !!!

  • butch waggoner

    ..massive cover up, right now they are attempting to pull the wreckage strewn stored fuel rods out without the normal computer assistance, it is probably going to take a long time just to pull them out hoping that they don’t have another seismic occurrence while they do it. and that has nothing to do with the melted cores which are who knows where.
    ..it’s a disaster of biblical proportions.

  • SantosGarcia

    What GOD is allowing is the removal His Hand of Grace from many nations- and in fact the world- due to the acceleration and promotion of rampant heinous sin. It will get worse for Christians when the ‘Grand Delusion’ is promoted via all media: http://zionsgate.wordpress.com/2013/05/03/exo-vaticana-book-review/

    • motorsportsnz

      Amen Santos

  • horse777res

    The wicked shall be turned into hell, and all the nations that forget GOD. Psalms 9:17

  • Nihilist

    add that japan is aressting anyone who even talks about this. and our nsa led gov. knows about these coming horrors, and will not let the msm talk about it. anyone on any multi natl company will fire anyone talking about it. msnbc? they are owned by GE, who built that fng thing in fukublowme