posted on Nov, 6 2013 @ 07:44 AM
Truthdig, October 21, 2013: Canadian Pacific Fishermen Catch No Sardines in 2013 [...] Commercial fishermen off the coast of British Columbia came
home this fall without having caught a single sardine, an outcome that suggests a $32 million fishery has collapsed. [...] “They’ve given up
looking, pulled the plug,” confirmed Lorne Clayton, executive director of the Canadian Pacific Sardine Association. [...] Aside from the apparent
displacement of humpback whales, a report in The Vancouver Sun said nothing about the effects of the disappearance on the ecosystem.
The Press Democrat (Santa Barbara), Nov. 2, 2013 (Emphasis Added): [...] The affliction, called sea star wasting disease, has killed up to 95 percent
of the stars in some tide pool populations ranging from southeast Alaska to Santa Barbara in a manner similar to scenes from a horror movie. “They
essentially melt in front of you,” said Pete Raimondi, chairman of the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at UC Santa Cruz’s Long
Marine Lab. [...] The disease has struck localized coastal areas before [...] but is already far more widespread, and its full extent is unknown.
“We’ve never seen it at this scale up and down the coast,” Raimondi said. [...]
Dr. Alex Rosen, Medical Doctor and radiation specialist: There is now a much higher number of thyroid cancer cases than we expected. [...]
Mark Willacy, reporter: I’ve been stunned by the brazen and often clumsy efforts to cover-up and lie about the effects and extent of the radiation
damage. […] It’s abundantly clear many aspects of this epic, unfolding tragedy are yet to be written — the nuclear fallout will see to that.
Reactor Designer: “It was a nuclear explosion” at Fukushima Unit 3; Plutonium scattered after blast — ABC: “There’s willful denial and lying
going on here, even at the highest levels”