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originally posted by: Psynic
originally posted by: Char-Lee
I have lived here on the West coast for 20 years and the tide pools full of creatures were always the same, now the tide pools have nothing living even the plants are gone mostly. We did see in hours of looking only a small snail in a shell, normally the starfish are everywhere and the sea anemones.
We have to understand that the plankton and plants feed the larger animals which then are fed on by larger animals up the food chain, how will that turn out.
Thanks CharLee for confirming the survey findings of Dana, the Nuclear Proctologist.
Never have I felt so sickened to be proved right.
Your closing remark about the disruption of the food chain, "how will that turn out" truly is THE question.
The FIRST thing you need to learn is how to spell 'Fukushima'.
The second is, there's NO PRECEDENT for the die-offs, beachings, collapsed fisheries, and species extinctions most likely happening because of the hundreds of tons of tritium DAILY thats been spewing, NON STOP for three and a half years into the Pacific Ocean.
You need to do some serious homework.
At least now you know the right word to google.
originally posted by: Ironclad2000
a reply to: Regenstorm
Seriously, what a load of crap this Fukushima thing is.
Honestly, some of you people make me laugh with all the conspiracy doom and gloom.
Maybe some of you peeps should check the video Wolves of Chernobyl for an insight on how nature can overcome obstacles like this.
originally posted by: GaryN
a reply to: Regenstorm
They only found 4 species of animals, all other have disappeared.
What a lot of nonsense, I live on the west coast and everything is just fine. Right now the salmon boats are out on the Fraser river hauling in part of what should be a record return, all beautiful healthy fish that have been feeding along the coast and in the Pacific for 4 years. Are the members of this forum all working for enenews now?
originally posted by: nwtrucker
a reply to: nwtrucker
P.S. Salmon runs on the west coast are currently running well within the norms by Canadian and U.S. estimates.
These salmon require food. LOL. Apparently, there is no unusual shortage whatsoever.
Therefore, regarding this thread? YAWN...