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What about the Starfish die-off in California?
Everyone is saying, "beats me" when asked what is up....

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That video completely wrecked my day.  Sounds even worse than what I had already learned about this.

I stopped eating Pacific seafood.  It's just too risky.  Time (past time) to put more pressure on lawmakers to do more about this.

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Yea it didn't help my day any & I was in the sushi bar saturday, wonder how long till my balls glow in the dark? [rofl]


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http://www.amtvmedia.com/abc-news-west-coast-evacuation-due-to-fukushima-radiation-possible-video/





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Pacific tuna is one of the world's major food sources. The Pacific is the last viable tuna fishery in the world. If it fails due to over-fishing or due to contamination it would most likely cause wholesale economic failure of the Pacific Island Countries. Food security for a vast portion of the world is at risk.

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Not a very cheery thought for Christmas Eve, but I have been thinking the same thing since Wes posted that news story clip.  And, it's not only Pacific island countries at risk.  Think of another meltdown, which the story says is very possible, and the radioactivity getting airborne.  Most of the produce we get here in the Midwest in the winter is from California.  The California dairy industry is even bigger than the Wisconsin dairy industry.  If they are already getting high radioactivity readings inland, as Wes' other story noted, think how much worse with another meltdown. 

I already decided to stop eating Pacific Ocean fish just based on what I'm seeing here.  What if millions more make the same decision while the government still insists that the fish is safe to eat?  What is the economic impact of just the loss of Pacific Ocean seafood industry just in this country alone? 

Bottom line is, we're all screwed in the U.S.  Story's like the one Wes posted need to be in the news EVERY DAY until the international community mobilizes and acts with urgency on this problem.  Leaving Tepco to figure this out is a huge mistake.

But, don't panic.



Okay, panic.



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Fukushima radiation hits San Francisco


http://topinfopost.com/2013/12/26/fukushima-radiation-hits-san-francisco


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Yea it didn't help my day any & I was in the sushi bar saturday, wonder how long till my balls glow in the dark? [rofl]


Can we expect to see that posted in the Random Image thread ?? [rofl][rofl]
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Wall Street Journal Fukishima Watch http://blogs.wsj.com/japanrealtime/category/fukushima-watch/.

Not sure if this is propaganda or maybe an accurate source of information??

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US Government Orders 14 Million Doses of Potassium Iodide


http://www.infowars.com/us-government-orders-14-million-doses-of-potassium-iodide/



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SANTA CRUZ WAVES PRESENTS: January 2014 Radiation Report


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Second Giant Sea Creature Washes Ashore Along Santa Monica Coastline - Alarms Sound Over Radioactive Gigantism


http://www.lightlybraisedturnip.com/giant-squid-in-california/

Thanks Ken..... Giant Sushi? [rofl]



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Yep this whole thing is really fucked up, I wonder if it would be better in the long run just to bomb the plant?

Fukushima Madness: Plant Decontamination System Shuts Down Amid Failure
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Ok it makes you wonder CA is having the driest winter in years military looking planes buzzing the coastline and the sunset is glowing pink and blue like I never seen and I take a lot of sunset photo's.   
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Related???


Officials in Peru say more than 400 dead dolphins were found last month on beaches, and autopsies are now being performed to determine what caused their deaths.

LIMA, Peru — More than 400 dead dolphins were found last month on the Pacific Ocean beaches where twice that amount were encountered in 2012, Peruvian officials said Monday.

Authorities never established the cause of death in 2012. They are doing autopsies now on the dolphins found in January in the Lambayeque region on the northern coast.

Technician Jaime de la Cruz of Peru's IMARPE marine life agency said about 220 dead dolphins were found the last week of January, the rest during the previous three weeks.

De la Cruz said autopsy results are expected in two weeks. Exams will focus on lungs, kidneys and livers.

Autopsies of some of the more than 870 dolphins found in 2012 were inconclusive. Speculation ranged from biotoxins in the sea to seismic testing to an unknown ailment.

Yuri Hooker, director of the marine biology unit at Cayetano Heredia University told The Associated Press that in other parts of the world dolphin deaths generally are caused by environmental contamination when the sea mammals eat fish or other smaller species filled with toxins. Hooker said others die after ingesting discarded plastics floating in the sea.

The marine biologist said that in Peru determining the death of dolphins is "complicated" because government laboratories only have three or four of the world's 100 or so reagents, or substances or compounds, that can be used for determining the animals' cause of death.


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