In 2011 unusual mortality events were reported for Alaskan walruses, seals, and polar bears, all of which were found to be “suffering from hair loss, skin sores, and unusually lethargic behavior.” No cause was ever identified. Unusual mortality events for California sea lions were reported by the NOAA in 2013, escalating to catastrophic losses in 2015. Dolphin populations in California also experienced significant mortality events in 2013 and were found to have significantly impaired immune systems. Sardines in the Pacific Northwest experienced also experienced a significant reduction in numbers in 2013, with the November population estimate of 378,000 tons constituting a steep drop from the 1.5 million tons estimated in 2000. 378,000 tons represented the lowest reported in over ten years. The King Salmon population in Alaska declined 73 percent from 2011 to 2012 In 2014, starfish were afflicted with a devastating and inexplicable wasting disease up and down the coast of North America. An unusual mortality event was reported for Alaskan whales in 2015. North American Pacific coast sea birds have also been impacted. Auklets living along entire north American pacific coast have also experienced a steep population declines that were described as “just massive, massive, unprecedented” by Julia Parish, a seabird ecologist at the University of Washington.Land animals in Alaska and California also experienced significant and inexplicable population declines. Unusual mortality event was reported for Alaskan whales in 2015. Land animals in Alaska and California also experienced significant and inexplicable population declines. Arctic caribou experienced a decline of 27 percent between 2011 and 2013. Monarch butterfly populations experienced a record low in 2013. Malady killing honeybees en masse for several years appears to have expanded drastically in last year, commercial beekeepers say, wiping out 50 percent of the hives needed to pollinate many of the nation’s fruits and vegetables.
Latest study published at Science Direct: “Potential pathways of pesticide action on erectile function – A contributory factor in male infertility,” the study shows that along with heavy metals, radioactivity, and poisonous fumes of organic chemicals, pesticides are largely contributing to erectile dysfunction and the downfall of male fertility. Of course there are numerous “psychological, physiological, pathological, social, environmental, and nutritional factors.
The Environmental Protection Agency is responsible for a spreading environmental disaster that is threatening crucial waterways throughout the Southwest. The catastrophe has contaminated rivers in Colorado and New Mexico with up to 3 million gallons of orange sludge containing lead, arsenic, cadmium and other toxic metals. One sample showed the lead level an astonishing 12,000 times the acceptable standard – standards set by the EPA. Mercury was 10 times the acceptable level, beryllium and cadmium 33 times, and arsenic 800 times.
The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power is buying 80 million 4-inch black polyethylene balls to cover the surfaces of three Los Angeles reservoirs that serve 4 million residents. At a cost of 33 cents each, the hollow spheres are designed to block sunlight from turning bromide and chlorine in the water into bromate, a suspected carcinogen. NPR is reporting total cost of the project at $34.5 million.
last year, sea ice in the Chukchi sea (which lies between Alaska and Russia) got down to such low levels — an increasingly common occurrence as climate change dramatically reshapes the Arctic — that tens of thousands of walruses in the area were forced to drag themselves onto the Alaskan shore in search of rest, a behavior known as “hauling out.” And this year, ice is already low enough again that it’s looking like another haul-out may be imminent.
Scientists all over the world have suggested that the bizarre experiments taking place at CERN could either open a black hole, destroy the entire world or open up a portal to another dimension. But none of those concerns have been taken seriously. Instead, scientists at CERN just continue to smash more and more particles into each other at higher and higher speeds.
The "Frankensteinian genetics" sown into our livestock: Chickens today grow at an extremely unnatural rate. Their legs often cannot keep up with the weight of their bodies and actually collapse underneath them, Faruqi says. "It would be similar to a human being gaining hundreds of pounds in the first couple of months of life."
The Eastern Pacific ocean is superheating, as this process continues, so will marine ecosystem implosion. The climate engineers have aggressively interfered with all of the planet’s processes and natural cycles. This includes the El Niño events which the weather makers have actively tried to suppress.
Good Day, this is “Your Radiation This Week.” These are the recorded Radiation Highs that affected people this week around the United States. 622 CPM, 124.4 Times Normal, Concord, NH. Gamma and Beta Radiation only.372 CPM, 74.4 Times Normal, Boston, MA. Gamma only.
354 CPM, 70.8 Times Normal, New York City, NY. Gamma only.532 CPM, 106.4 Times Normal, Pittsburgh, PA. Gamma and Beta only 562 CPM, 112.4 Times Normal, Raleigh, NC. Gamma only.344 CPM, 68.8 Times Normal, Atlanta, GA. Gamma only 495 CPM, 99 Times Normal, Miami, FL. Gamma only.
241 CPM, 48.2 Times Normal, Chicago, IL. Gamma only.
Whales have been dropping like flies in the Gulf of Alaska. Approximately nine whale carcasses were sighted in late May and early June. Now, fisherman have spotted five more decomposing whales, a fin whale and four humpbacks to add to the death toll.
It appears that carry trades are not the only thing blowing up in China. A massive explosion, fireball, and mushroom cloud can be seen at chemical storage facility in the Chinese port town of Tianjin
Last week, the EPA accidentally spilled millions of gallons of pollutants into the Animas River in Colorado, turning the water a deep mustard-yellow and, in some places, orange. The contaminants are believed to include dissolved iron, zinc, and copper.
Japan has begun a controversial return to nuclear power generation with the restart of a reactor in the country’s south-west, four and a half years after its faith in atomic energy was shattered by the triple meltdown at Fukushima Daiichi.
Radiation leakage exerts a long term effect on the environment. It contaminates our food chain, the groundwater and the ocean. And the contaminated seawater will circulate around the globe
The Alaska Maritime National Wildlife Refuge is receiving multiple reports indicating a significant increase in dead and dying birds found on beaches… Leslie Slater is the Gulf of Alaska Unit Biologist for the Alaska Maritime National Wildlife Refuge… says there are a lot of potential reasons for the increase in fatalities but the prevailing cause is likely tied to the birds’ food sources. “What we’re seeing more precisely is that birds seem to be starving. That’s sort of the ultimate cause of their deaths but something might be happening before that… biotoxins can build up through the food chain and ultimately cause the deaths of these birds.”
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