Navy sink ship; Alaska fishing shut down??

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posted on Apr, 29 2012 @ 09:03 AM
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Im not convinced by all this radioactive sea talk, I always thought that because water is dense, radioactive material does not travel well through it, and does not spread?




posted on Apr, 29 2012 @ 09:09 AM
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Originally posted by UberL33t
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Well I won't discount the part about it being radioactive as I would think only they would know that for sure.

The YT video above shows the CG getting right up next to the ship though.

So I am unsure where your friend heard that they got readings from 3 miles of it.


"The Navy got radiation readings over 3 miles from the ghost ship."
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None of that means it didn't show levels of radiation 3 miles away. They were initially trying to sink it by shooting at it from some distance, that appears to have caused a fire on board. The last step is telling though, this is when they pulled up close to put the fire out (I'm sure the crew was none too happy about this step). Why would you put out a fire on a ship you are trying to sink, why not just maintain a safe distance and keep shooting at it until it goes down? Maybe they were afraid the smoke would carry too much radiation?



posted on Apr, 29 2012 @ 09:10 AM
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Originally posted by Xterrain
Why are hypocrites on here all of a sudden believing the MSM links and counting on those to say this thread should be moved to the hoax bin? Did you already get your morning fill of Fluoride? Things like radiation getting poured across the Alaskan coast and West coast are bad media in an election year...your sheeple mind must stay on point with MSM cramming election BS down our throats.


Why are all the hypocrites all of the sudden believing something based on nothing more than hearsay from a text from someone they have never met before in there lives? Did you already get your fill of the tooth fairy or santa claus?



posted on Apr, 29 2012 @ 09:17 AM
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Originally posted by Jasonlreeve
Im not convinced by all this radioactive sea talk, I always thought that because water is dense, radioactive material does not travel well through it, and does not spread?


HI Jason, Water is used as shielding against gamma radiation which is the most dangerous to us. The problem is that the water is contaminated with radioactive particles. Many for these particles are not dangerous until they are ingested and the ocean currents will spread them far and wide just like the airborne particles.

These particles will travel up through the food chain......

contamination comes from a piece of radioactive debris ... though it is small the particle will cause lung cancer when it is ingested ot inhaled.....

Here is a recent article about the spread of the contamination the plant. I searched Google for "fukushima ocean contamination" and there are a lot of articles....

readersupportednews.org...
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posted on Apr, 29 2012 @ 09:26 AM
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Originally posted by denya11
First, the gulf oil spill.

Second, Nuclear waste spill off Alaska.

Third, seafood restaurants go bankrupt due to mutant seafood.

Looks as if the USA wants to destroy marine life instead of saving what's left of it.....



I really need to have more conformation before I freak out about this. But if true -- then either we are being intentionally screwed over or we are being lead to our total doom by morons. Not sure which is worse.

What do you do with a radioactive ghost ship from Hell? Blow it up and go "whee!" was not my first thought.



posted on Apr, 29 2012 @ 09:38 AM
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Between this, the BP gulf spill, and the war on Natural gas. I'm getting a feeling the satanic cult is trying to kick the remaining legs out from a US economic recovery.

This is getting really bad.
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posted on Apr, 29 2012 @ 10:23 AM
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They tested the boat.....it was NOT radioactive.......period....that and the float was quicker across the ocean than any prevailing winds that *might* have brought radioactivity through the area it was floating. Not to mention that by the time the radioactivity reached the boat at sea...it would have been severely diluted in concentration.

Yes, I am aware of physics.....I held a 94% GDP in the course. I also live in Alaska's biggest city...Im here...your not.

The only thing real nuclear that ever occurred in Alaska was maybe a couple of detonations in the chain, and project Chariot on the North Slope.

Floating boats didn't make the grade.
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posted on Apr, 29 2012 @ 10:27 AM
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Alaska is like Texas in attitude....if we have an excuse to shoot at something we do......sinking boats was just a way to pass the time. They have a pirate fishing boat in Dutch Harbor that was infested with rats that our Senator is trying to get permission to sink as well....



posted on Apr, 29 2012 @ 10:31 AM
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Originally posted by Xterrain
www.latimes.com...

Yep, apparently not new, but word takes a minute to get down to us from her friends up there. It appears we aren't getting the whole story from the Coast Guard or the MSM.


It is hard to believe that word takes a "minute" to get ANYWHERES these days with all the different options of instant communications you feel? I don't doubt you or your friend as this radiation fallout was to be expected, I was just expecting to read something different with the implied urgency of the thread title.

I haven't been spending too much time on ATS s of late but lately it seems that there is a wave of dramatic over the top headline hype no? Perhaps it is for the better I don't know but in time it will eventually lead to the whole boy cried wolf scenario if ya ask me. Bah....anyways bring on the hype!



posted on Apr, 29 2012 @ 10:37 AM
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Originally posted by stanguilles7

Again, THERE IS NO CONFIRMATION THAT ALASKA FISHING HAS BEEN SHUT DOWN. IT IS JUST A RUMOR.



Shut down or not, one would be suicidal to eat the fish there. They said the Gulf was safe too until just recently when the fishermen were catching nothing but retarded fish. ...SO,...Monsanto is making it to where, when the NWO takes over, we will have no way to plant and grow food and are genetically altering the foods that they create and pretty much in the same time frame a big earthquake happens taking out nuclear facilities in the east that will stretch all the way across the pacific and in the middle Americas the Gulf tragedies will ensure that we have no way to get food from the water there. I see a pattern happening here and I can only surmise that because the Eastern Atlantic coast is still untouched and they are able to fish and be merry. I predict that there will be a cataclysmic event in the Eastern Atlantic real soon. Is there anything on the eastern shore that, were it to be disrupted/destroyed, would taint the waters? Anyone know?



posted on Apr, 29 2012 @ 10:38 AM
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Either you or your friend are dumb. You are an idiot for believing it. Pay attention to real widespread water pollution like that in the Gulf of Mexico. Why don't you make up a story about that instead because it would likely have some semblance of truth at least. There wasn't near enough radioactive water dumped into the ocean in order for it to reach Alaska. I wonder about you people sometimes. Its cool. Maybe this was intended to be one of those fake stories. This is what happens when a 15 year old gets an ATS account. Disinfo with no links.



posted on Apr, 29 2012 @ 10:40 AM
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Originally posted by antar

However I was thinking of getting some salmon from Alaska one of these days, but now, if this is true, no way.



Don't sweat it - I'm taking this as a blessing. Now I can find the leftover king crab in the fridge in the middle of the night even if the light bulb blows out, just from the glow. It's a win-win!

Do those lights REALLY go off when you close the door?



posted on Apr, 29 2012 @ 10:41 AM
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Because the claim that it shut down the fishing industry is FALSE.
That has not happened.
Your friends don't have work because their cannery is shut down, but that is normal in bad fishing years.

I would like to know what town they work in, if it is either Petersburg or Wrangle, which there is a good chance it is, I can find out exactly why the cannery shut down.
And if it is Petersburg, and they go every year, I probably know them.
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posted on Apr, 29 2012 @ 10:42 AM
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I'm just gonna go ahead and call BS on this one.

I am not saying that there isn't a problem with radiation from Fukishima. But if you do a little simple reasoning you would understand that at the time of the sunami there was no radiation leak. The waves ran inland and right back out, taking all of the debris with them BEFORE there was a meltdown at the plant. The debris field was already on its way east before any amount of radiation was released.

So please, whichever one of you is trying to stir up fear, either you or your friend, please stop. The world is a scary enough place already. We really do not need made up terrifying scenarios from you, that's what we have our government for.



posted on Apr, 29 2012 @ 10:43 AM
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I thought they had already dumped agent purple and mercury of the cost of the Carolinas. Other than that.... The gulf current makes it back down the east coast eventually....That is if it didn't "stall" ..



posted on Apr, 29 2012 @ 10:50 AM
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Originally posted by Corruptedstructure
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I thought they had already dumped agent purple and mercury of the cost of the Carolinas. Other than that.... The gulf current makes it back down the east coast eventually....That is if it didn't "stall" ..


Oh my god! you're right.
Agent Purple has really has brought the eastern shore a worse fate than an irradiated death.

Here is the proof!



posted on Apr, 29 2012 @ 10:50 AM
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good thing my tilapia is farmed in china....although im not sure that's even a good thing..




posted on Apr, 29 2012 @ 10:53 AM
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Originally posted by wlord
good thing my tilapia is farmed in china....although im not sure that's even a good thing..

Yeah, if it's from China to the U.S. I would have it inspected before eating it.



posted on Apr, 29 2012 @ 10:56 AM
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Idiots, why didn't they just tow it back to Japan and sink it there?
These people have polluted the world. Unthinking morons as usual...
Limbo



posted on Apr, 29 2012 @ 10:57 AM
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There is nothing as good as Alaskan Wild Salmon....

Friends don't let friends eat farmed fish.





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