posted on Jan, 15 2014 @ 11:01 AM
Fukushima changes everything.
If you're going to buy fish, take a Geiger counter with you; it has been reported that the Pacific Ocean sardine count has crashed and with it, the
ecosystem of the entire ocean possibly. (Kill the algae floating in the top three inches of the ocean, and you kill not only the very beginnings of
the food chain for almost everyone on the planet, but the oxygen production we all depend upon). For some strange reason, no one in 'authority' is
willing to surmise why the starfish are melting, the seal population is looking starved and bleeding and for much, much more on this see enenews.com.
The government and academia admit to being 'befuddled' as to the cause but Fuku would seem to be a likely candidate to any thinking person. In fact,
the denial of knowledge about this problem brings back memories of NIST's refusal to check for explosives on 9-11 because they, personally, didn't
hear any loud noises...and ignored the testimony of the hundreds who had.
While farmed salmon used to be considered inferior to wild salmon and a carrier of diseases, it may now come into its own as a food source just out of
default. While the rainwater used to fill the ponds may be contaminated with intermittent amounts of radiation, it may possibly be less than what's
currently being dumped without restriction on Japan's end.
Aquaponics (the combination of plant and fish culture in a closed system) holds not only a solution but a small scale sustainable food source and
family income producing system that may in the end be our only choice.
I would encourage anyone who is looking for a job, especially a green and sustainable job, to learn more about aquaponics; you could grow your fish
and vegetable food supply in your own backyard and the excess could be a money-maker contributing to local food security, and at least you would know
where it came from. An awful lot of frozen fish now in US markets is from the disgustingly polluted waters of China where the fish are fed with human
manure and industrial waste and the water is a chemical dumping ground.
sardines all gone
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signalfire because: addendum