Study: Dead sea creatures cover 98 percent of ocean floor off California coast; up from 1 percent before Fukushima

Ethan A. Huff
NaturalNews

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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.

Though the researchers involved with the work have been reluctant to pin Fukushima as a potential cause — National Geographic, which covered the study recently, did not even mention Fukushima — the timing of the discovery suggests that Fukushima is, perhaps, the cause. According to the data, this sudden explosion in so-called “sea snot,” which is the name given to the masses of dead sea creatures that sink to the ocean floor as food, has skyrocketed since the Fukushima incident occurred.

“In the 24 years of this study, the past two years have been the biggest amounts of this detritus by far,” stated Christine Huffard, a marine biologist at MBARI and leader of the study, to National Geographic.

At an ocean research station known as Station M, located 145 miles out to sea between the Californian cities of Santa Barbara and Monterey, Huffard and her colleague Ken Smith observed a sharp uptick in the amount of dead sea life drifting to the ocean floor. The masses of dead sea plankton, jellyfish, feces and other oceanic matter that typically only cover about 1 percent of the ocean floor were found to now be covering about 98 percent of it — and multiple other stations located throughout the Pacific have since reported similar figures.

“In March 2012, less than one percent of the seafloor beneath Station M was covered in dead sea salps,” writes Carrie Arnold for National Geographic. “By July 1, more than 98 percent of it was covered in the decomposing organisms. … The major increase in activity of deep-sea life in 2011 and 2012 weren’t limit to Station M, though: Other ocean-research stations reported similar data.”

No more sea life means no more oxygen in our atmosphere

Interestingly, Arnold does not even make a peep about Fukushima, which by all common sense is the most reasonable explanation for this sudden increase in dead sea life. Though the most significant increases were observed roughly a year after the incident, the study makes mention of the fact that the problems first began in 2011.

“Forget looking at global warming as the culprit,” writes National Geographic commenter “Grammy,” pointing out the lunacy of Arnold’s implication that the now-debunked global warming myth was the sudden cause of a 9,700 percent increase in dead sea life.

Backing her up, another National Geographic commenter jokingly stated that somehow “the earth took such a huge hit in a four-month timeframe of a meltdown via global warming and we as a people didn’t recognize this while [it was] happening; while coincidentally during that same time frame the event at Fukushima took place.”

It is almost as if the powers that be want us all to forget about Fukushima and the catastrophic damage it continues to cause to our planet. But they will not be able to cover up the truth forever, as human life is dependent upon healthy oceans, the life of which provides the oxygen that we all need to breathe and survive.

Sources for this article include:

http://www.pnas.org
http://enenews.com
http://newswatch.nationalgeographic.com
http://science.naturalnews.com
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4 comments on “Study: Dead sea creatures cover 98 percent of ocean floor off California coast; up from 1 percent before Fukushima
  1. Paladin Justice says:

    When Fukushima happened I was still asleep. I thought that it’s not good, but technology will prevail and man will muddle through the way he always has. Since science is not my area of expertise, I can only hope that the study is flawed. But wishful thinking is not a strong point of mine, since I count myself as a realist in all areas of life. I now understand more fully the conspiracy against freedom, a conspiracy against humanity designed and carried out by the power elites who are both evil and stupid. Thus, only recently did the evil and stupidity of Fukushima begin to interest me.

    Spiritually, I mourn for the loss of sea life, whatever the magnitude is. All life is precious and serves the Creator’s purpose in some way, however mysterious. To go from the sublime to the ridiculous, I now wonder if I should be eating the Wal-Mart fish sticks that are an integral part of my diet. Glow-in-the-dark fish sticks are not particularly appetizing. Of course, if the production of oxygen is impaired enough, then my evening dinner menu is going to be the least of my worries. Good luck to those on the West Coast who are still asleep, and good luck to the rest of us. If the power elites don’t end up killing us all, it will be because we stood up and fought back

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    • Unfortunately, this study comes from a very credible source and is not the first story of this type I’ve seen regarding dead sea life along our coast. I believe it to be accurate.

      If ocean fish is large part of your diet, you should try to verify the source, which is often impossible, especially with items like Wal-Mart fish sticks. I would try to avoid anything from the Pacific.

      You can protect your thyroid by taking potassium iodide. I’ve been taking a daily dose of Norwegian Kelp pills since 3-11. You can also purchase nascent iodine, which is in a liquid form(Alex Jones has been promoting this lately). This is supposed to be the purest form and is an important nutrient. It’s a little pricey @ about $30 an ounce.

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  2. Frightening. Are these the Bible’s End of Times?

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    • Looks like this could very well be the ‘End of Times’. I knew the CA coast wasn’t in the best of shape, but this news truly is frightening.

      In my neck of the woods, we’ve noticed a definite reduction in the number of birds over the last couple of years. Not sure if this could be related to Fukushima as well.

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