posted on Apr, 29 2012 @ 01:58 AM
reply to post by Xterrain
So you're friends are more trustworthy, than my wife's? Canneries are closing or closed. She has no job, due to THIS story she relayed to us. Call
your friends and if they aren't dock workers or cannery workers, ask someone who is; like my wife's friend.
No, what I am saying is that there is no shut down of the fishing in Alaska that I know of. That would kill my town. It has been going down hill for
years, and canneries have had to shut down, move, skip seasons, and just, its messed up. But they havn't shut down the entire fishing industry. That
would be HUGE news in my home town.
Perhaps the cannery they work at will be forced to not open for a year, or skip shrimp or king salmon, I know they outlawed red king crab for a little
while when I was there last time,that does happen.
But you are tying Fukashima to a Japanese fishing vessel that was sunk almost a month ago,and suggesting massive radiation from this boat is the cause
for a shutdown that could be for certain species of fish at best as a major incident. The big problem in Alaskan waters right now is acidification.
That is killing the gulf of Alaska. Fukashima is VERY bad, and will kill the gulf along with acidification if it completely melts down. It would be
terrible. I am already worried about going home to be honest.
The fishing industry is struggling. It sucks that your friend doesn't have work this year, but that happens fairly often these days.
29-4-2012 by Darkblade71 because: (no reason given)