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Study: Dead Sea Crea­tures cover 98 per­cent of Ocean Floor off Cal­i­for­nia coast; up from 1 per­cent before Fukushima

The Pacific Ocean appears to be dying, accord­ing to a new study recently pub­lished in the jour­nal Pro­ceed­ings of the National Acad­emy of Sciences.

Sci­en­tists from the Mon­terey Bay Aquar­ium Research Insti­tute (MBARI) in Cal­i­for­nia recently dis­cov­ered that the num­ber of dead sea crea­tures blan­ket­ing the floor of the Pacific is higher than it has ever been in the 24 years that mon­i­tor­ing has taken place, a phe­nom­e­non that the data sug­gests is a direct con­se­quence of nuclear fall­out from Fukushima.

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Fukushima, Dr. Caldicott

How is it no one cares about this?

The World is at a crit­i­cal cross­roads. The Fukushima dis­as­ter in Japan has brought to the fore­front the dan­gers of World­wide nuclear radiation.

The cri­sis in Japan has been described as “a nuclear war with­out a war”. In the words of renowned nov­el­ist Haruki Murakami:

This time no one dropped a bomb on us … We set the stage, we com­mit­ted the crime with our own hands, we are destroy­ing our own lands, and we are destroy­ing our own lives.”

Nuclear radi­a­tion –which threat­ens life on planet earth– is not front page news in com­par­i­son to the most insignif­i­cant issues of pub­lic con­cern, includ­ing the local level crime scene or the tabloid gos­sip reports on Hol­ly­wood celebrities.

Fukushima, Dr. Caldicott

While the long-​term reper­cus­sions of the Fukushima Dai­ichi nuclear dis­as­ter are yet to be fully assessed, they are far more seri­ous than those per­tain­ing to the 1986 Cher­nobyl dis­as­ter in the Ukraine, which resulted in almost one mil­lion deaths (New Book Con­cludes – Cher­nobyl death toll: 985,000, mostly from can­cer Global Research, Sep­tem­ber 10, 2010, See also Matthew Pen­ney and Mark Selden The Sever­ity of the Fukushima Dai­ichi Nuclear Dis­as­ter: Com­par­ing Cher­nobyl and Fukushima, Global Research, May 25, 2011)Dr. Helen Caldicott deliv­ered this lec­ture on March 23, 2012 in Santa Bar­bara, Cal­i­for­nia. Dr. Caldicott is a mem­ber of the Nuclear Age Peace Foundation’s Advi­sory Council.


Pub­lished on Mar 14, 2013

“Fukushima: Two Years After” — VVH-​TV News Spe­cial Report. with Karl Gross­man, Chief Inves­tiga­tive Reporter



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