Why are massive numbers of sea creatures dying along the west coast right now?

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Sea Stars - Public DomainNever before have we seen so much death along the west coast of North America.  Massive numbers of sea stars, bluefin tuna, sardines, anchovies, herring, oysters, salmon, marine mammals and marine birds are dying, and experts are puzzled.  We are being told that we could even see “local extinctions” of some of these sea creatures.  So are all of these deaths related?  If so, what in the world could be causing this to happen?  What has changed so dramatically that it would cause massive numbers of sea creatures to die along the west coast?


The following are 15 examples of this phenomenon.  Most scientists do not believe that these incidents are related.  But when you put them all together, it paints quite a disturbing picture…

#1 A “mystery plague” is turning sea stars all along the west coast of the United States and Canada into piles of goo…

Sea stars, commonly referred to as starfish, have been dying off in alarming numbers along the entire West Coast, from Baja, Mexico, to Alaska. According to reports from the Seattle Aquarium, some parts of Puget Sound and the San Juan Islands have seen population declines of up to 80 percent.

On the Oregon coast, according to CoastWatch Volunteer Coordinator Fawn Custer, “Last December, we had less than 1 percent of sea star wasting. By May 1, more than 5 percent of sea stars were affected. Now, I would say, in some areas, it is up to 90 percent.”

A marine epidemiologist at Cornell University says that this is “the largest mortality event for marine diseases we’ve seen“.

#2 The population of bluefin tuna in the Pacific Ocean has declined by 95 percent.  Mexico has already banned fishing for bluefin tuna for the rest of the year, and the U.S. government is considering doing the same thing.

#3 Sardine, anchovy and herring populations have dropped dramatically along the west coast in recent years…

Pacific sardine populations have shown an alarming decline in recent years, and some evidence suggests anchovy and herring populations may be dropping as well.

The declines could push fishermen toward other currently unmanaged “forage fish,” such as saury, smelt and sand lance, stealing a critical food source relied on by salmon and other economically important predators.

In response, the Pacific Fishery Management Council is considering an ecosystem-based management approach that recognizes the fundamental role of forage fish in the Pacific marine food web. Tiny, but abundant, these small schooling fish feed on plankton and, in turn, fill the bellies of Oregon’s iconic marine species, including salmon, sharks, whales, sea lions and sea birds.

#4Record numbers of distressed sea lions have washed ashore in California” for the second year in a row.  One news report described these distressed sea lions as “malnourished and dehydrated, too weak to find food on their own“.

#5 Marine birds are “disappearing” in the Pacific northwest…

From white-winged scoters and surf scoters to long-tailed ducks, murres, loons and some seagulls, the number of everyday marine birds here has plummeted dramatically in recent decades.

Scoters are down more than 75 percent from what they were in the late 1970s. Murres have dropped even more. Western grebes have mostly vanished, falling from several hundred thousand birds to about 20,000.

#6 Those that work in the seafood industry on the west coast are noticing some very “unusual” mutations.  For example, a red king crab that was recently caught in Alaska was colored bright blue.

#7 Pelicans along the California coastline are “refusing to mate“.  This is being blamed on a lack of fish for the pelicans to eat.  As a result, we are seeing less than one percent of the usual number of baby pelicans.

#8 The oyster population in the Pacific is falling so fast that it is being called “the great American oyster collapse“.

#9 The population of sockeye salmon along the coast of Alaska is at a “historic low“.

#10 Something is causing herring off the coast of British Columbia to bleed from their gills, bellies and eyeballs.

#11 Scientists have discovered very high levels of cesium-137 in plankton living in the waters of the Pacific Ocean between Hawaii and the west coast.

#12 Back in May, more than six tons of anchovies died in Marina Del Ray over a single weekend.

#13 Just a few days ago, thousands of dead fish were found on Capitola Beach.  Authorities are trying to figure out what caused this.

#14 Earlier this month, thousands of dead fish were found on Manresa Beach.

#15 According to a study conducted by researchers at Oregon State University, radiation levels in tuna caught off the coast of Oregon approximately tripled in the aftermath of the Fukushima nuclear disaster.

Could it be possible that at least some of these deaths are related to what has been happening at Fukushima?

We do know that fish caught just off the shore from Fukushima have been tested to have radioactive cesium that is up to 124 times above the level that is considered to be safe.

And we also know that a study conducted at the University of South Wales concluded that the main radioactive plume of water from Fukushima would reach our shores at some point during 2014.

Is it so unreasonable to think that the greatest nuclear disaster in human history could have something to do with the death of all of these sea creatures?

Just consider what one very experienced Australian boat captain discovered when he crossed the Pacific last year.  According to him, it felt as though “the ocean itself was dead“…

The next leg of the long voyage was from Osaka to San Francisco and for most of that trip the desolation was tinged with nauseous horror and a degree of fear.

“After we left Japan, it felt as if the ocean itself was dead,” Macfadyen said.

“We hardly saw any living things. We saw one whale, sort of rolling helplessly on the surface with what looked like a big tumour on its head. It was pretty sickening.

“I’ve done a lot of miles on the ocean in my life and I’m used to seeing turtles, dolphins, sharks and big flurries of feeding birds. But this time, for 3000 nautical miles there was nothing alive to be seen.”

In place of the missing life was garbage in astounding volumes.

“Part of it was the aftermath of the tsunami that hit Japan a couple of years ago. The wave came in over the land, picked up an unbelievable load of stuff and carried it out to sea. And it’s still out there, everywhere you look.”

What do you think?

Is Fukushima to blame, or do you think that something else is causing massive numbers of sea creatures to die?

Please feel free to share what you think by posting a comment below…

  • K

    Most of it is Fukushima in my opinion. But they will never tell you that. Some species can be affected by small rises in radioactivity. Viruses already present in an area, can mutate from radiation. And even small doses of radiation, can weaken creatures and make them more susceptible to illness. But until you find a dead sea creature, that just about glows in the dark. They will admit nothing. Even then they will try to cover it up. Nowadays if the general public is told the truth about anything, I figure the Government slipped up.

    • Richard

      The trajectory of the highest levels of radiation in the ocean currents departing from Japan flow eastward to North America and our west coast. So I ask, are we finding these sort of dying sea creatures on the Atlantic coasts of the U.S. or South America or Europe or Africa or along the Indian Ocean coastlines anywhere? No. Of course, this all the beginning of the die-off of the Pacific Ocean caused by the Fukushima radiation release. It will continue to get worse and worse till the whole ocean dies over the next 5 years or so.

      • MichaelfromTheEconomicCollapse

        Let us certainly hope that things do not get that bad.

        • bmr22

          We can all hope all we want. The reactor will never stop leaking radiation for thousands of years. The core of at least on melted into the earth no way to fix that one. A slow death to the ocean so sad.

          • Kim

            you’re right. it cannot be fixed by any known technology that exists today. I can’t imagine they will ever find a viable solution. everything they’ve tried up till now has been a dismal failure. Japan had set aside a budget for fixing Fukushima, that exceeds the amount of money to rebuild the Philippines and that’s still not enough.

          • Mister Jimmy

            Agreed. There will soon be a soaring disease and death rate in Japan. Tokyo will become a deserted city, then, gradually, everyone will leave Japan as it will be unlivable .

            Next, Korea and parts of Russia and China will be cleared of all life for the next several thousand years, and nobody knows when the nuclear stream can or will ever be turned off at Fukushima.

        • Antonio

          Michael I hate to be the fearmongerer, but Rev 8:9a says.

          9and a third of the creatures which were in the sea and had life, died;

          I believe because of the wickedness of the world, God is bringing His judgements from man’s own doing.

          • Milton


            You see, with Fukushima, humanity faced a choice: band together for the good of the world and solve the problem or continue on the war path.

            A quick review of current headlines shows the choice we made.

          • Kim

            there is nothing wrong with such idealistic thinking. the world certainly can band together for good. the problem is, there exists no known technology to “fix”
            Fukushima . every nuclear expert in the world could come together with an unlimited budget and there is still nothing that can be done. there are three melted cores in the earth, out of containment and fissioning. no one can get close enough to locate it, let alone neutralize it. and the biggest problem isn’t even that- it’s the nuclear material out of containment, damaged, sitting in a pool not designed to hold it, in building four. that scares me more than anything else at Fukushima.

          • Milton

            I remember when the Apollo 13 incident occurred.

            I remember that at the time NASA ran simulations that, at least on paper, said that it would be impossible to save the capsule. Now, had this problem occurred with today’s generation the crew of Apollo 13 would have been euthanized – in much the same way that the crew of the Columbia was euthanized by the defeatists.

            Humanity could certainly solve the Fukushima problem. All it takes is the will to do so and the humility to ask for God’s assistance. But, sadly, men today are swollen with pride and under the influence of the evil one, and will be allowed to reap what they have sown.

          • Kim

            I don’t mean to be critical or disrespectful but will power alone is not enough to solve this problem. I wish it were. As I said in another post, any attempt to fix it will be out of sheer desperation and rife with extreme risk.

          • Milton

            Very true.

          • Cynical Guy 42

            Dang, who knew?

          • Robert Pollard

            I just remembered this verse in Revelation and if we see any other events predicted in this chapter, I’d say we is in a whole heap of trouble.

          • Joan Camara

            With everything that’s happening in the world…..yup, I believe the 7 year tribulation is VERY close. It will start when Israel and Palestine sign a 7 year peace treaty. Watch for it!

        • Richard

          It is with great sadness that I say that. As you likely know radiation has a cumulative build up affect upon the localities that are receiving inflows of radiation. This is why it will only get worse and worse as sea life encounters continuous and increasing dosages of radiation. How can things ever get better?

          • Kim

            Exactly right. Not only does is accumulate, it also magnifies.

      • johnnyjj

        I think 5 years is a generous estimate. My guess is that at the current rate, inside of 2 years the Pacific will be pretty much done for and gone will be a gigantic source of food and oxygen.

      • Randy Leifer

        Yes…..Star Fish wasting disease is found on the US east coast, as well as other places across the globe.
        It has been known since 1972….well before Fukushima.

        • Richard

          Randy have you any evidence of a single place today where star fish wasting is taking place to the degree it is on the U.S. west coast? How about also all the other marine life deaths and injuries reported simultaneously today on the west coast? How about all these anomalies simultaneously happening anywhere in the world in recent memory. You really make your statement so matter-of-factly as to totally dismiss anybody from have grave concerns for the future of our Pacific west coast since the worlds greatest nuclear disaster at Fukushima in March 2011. You must work for the Government, because you obviously do not know how to think for yourself.

        • Robert Pollard

          At the risk of repeating myself… REALLY???

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    • Firstgarden

      Truth? Aye lad, such words would sink an entire fishing industry, whose value is far more esteemed than human life.

  • Firstgarden

    Methinks the Angel of Death hast passed o’er yon seas. His name is Fukushima.

  • guest

    I live in the Portland, Or area. This last April my family and I went to the beach at Lincoln City. After arriving that evening we decided to go take a moonlight walk on the beach. We were amazed to see dead jellyfish by the thousands washed ashore. Never seen anything like it in my life.

    • Kim

      I live in Portland too. Recently I traveled to the armpit of the west, Aberdeen Washington. Then on to Ocean Shores for a meeting and they were dealing with a massive amount of washed up small dead crabs. We’d drove along the beach pretty close to the water and dead crabs were strewn everywhere. There were dozens of folks out there cleaning it up. No one seemed to be taking precautions for possible radiation exposure. It was sickening.

      • Randy Leifer

        Do you believe it was radiation ?
        Could it have been something else ?
        I mean….here’s a scenario….
        You looking at it, with dozens of folks cleaning it up. Did any one test for cesium ?
        I’m guessing don’t know that.
        …and I am sure you did not test either.
        So why is it sickening ?

        • Kim

          experts have been saying since last year that the so called “plume” of radiation from Fukushima Daiichi was going to reach the west coast of US sometime in 2014. it’s just sickens me that so many people don’t take this possible health threat seriously or worse, are unaware of the danger. better to protect yourself and prepare yourself and not need it than to be unprotected and unprepared and need it. wouldn’t you agree?

          • Randy Leifer

            I agree it may me tested and found….but in amounts so small, it would not create harm.
            Most people just read headlines, “Fukushima radiation found in xxxxx”.
            But who really reads the amounts ?
            It’s the amounts that can be harmful.
            Like they say…..it’s not the poison, it’s the dose.

          • Kim

            well, it is my understanding that no amount of cesium 137 or 134 is “safe”, as it were. if it were me, I wouldn’t want to expose myself to any amount of poison.

  • Todd Perry

    Fukushima is the culprit.

    • Robert Pollard

      Exactly. Why are they having problems figuring this out???

      • Randy Leifer

        Because none of the wildlife has tested positive for harmful cesium.

        • Robert Pollard

          You seriously believe it’s not related. REALLY??? Doesn’t matter if they tested positive, if you kill off the source of food for a species then it goes up/down the chain and affects a lot of others. Why is it that you know that Fukishima is dumping tons of radioactive material in the ocean and it just so happens that a lot of sea creatures in that vicinity are dying and you can’t make the connection. REALLY??? WOW. Who are you working for???

          • Richard

            He’s a Troll.

    • bluesuede

      Then explain all the other massive animal deaths in the past few years, before Fukushima. In rivers, lakes and the sea and birds??

      • Burned

        Are you having a troll moment? There is a concentration of stuff happening in the Pacific.

        • bluesuede

          I have no doubt that Fukushima is killing wild life and plants.

          But don’t be brain dead.
          There’s other stuff happening to the food chain and animal wild life that needs to be explained. We know about Fukushima that’s not a mystery. The other dead life is a mystery. Why?

          • Burned

            You obviously have not been following the Fukushima saga from the right sources. Fukushima is a full scale extinction level event that will systematically destroy every living thing including the plankton in every ocean of the world. It will take many decades for it to propagate to the southern oceans and to reach such toxic levels there, but there is currently nothing stopping it. The Pacific will in the next 5 years however begin to exhibit such massive die offs that even someone like you will be forced to see it as a single cause.

            Yes there are other sources of pollution that is killing this planet. I could fill a hundred pages here, but what is your point? “Needs to be explained?” You think there will be an official explanation? You are the disconnected brain dead one.

          • Randy Leifer

            So why don’t YOU test for cesium 134/137 ?
            ….remove the mystery.
            …..after all, you claim it’s there.

          • Richard

            So, you are a cesium 134/137 expert and if we can’t prove to you that it is the culprit, then all is fine on the Pacific west coast of North America. You are crackpot.

          • Randy Leifer

            I am no expert, and neither are you.
            So what are we left with to check the ocean ?
            Scientists have the tools to do so.
            I would think there would be reputable sources to help back-up the claims.
            Is there sufficient scientific data to help prove the the 15 or-so instances (in the article)…..are related to Fukushima ? I have not found much, looking at all 15 situations.

      • citizen

        we test directed microwave energy…sonar…radar…all are very high energy, and may be harmful…unknown

    • seth datta

      We live in the decades of the tribulation and most people are still waiting for it or think that the image of the beast of the abomination of desolation has not already occurred.

      We are being manipulated more subtly and more invasively than people realise. It’s the last chance to keep God’s image in one’s mind, reject satan and his minions and to make things right between you and the one true creator.

      • Alex1956

        Utter nonsense!

        • Joan Camara

          You got that exactly right!! Sad that this person seems to be a bible believer, and doesn’t the bible at all….makes me very upset.

      • Joan Camara

        The “abomination of desolation” has NOT occured!!! We would not only be in the middle of the tribulation period, but would also know who the antichrist is! He would be proclaiming himself God in front of the whole world!! You hear anyone do that yet?? NO!! You are a very confused human being, when it comes to the bible! Better quit smoking whatever it is your smoking! It burns me up that people like you tell people stuff about the bible that’s not NEAR the truth!

    • john burton

      fukushima is the culprit? try mankind. not ready for prime time

  • Undecider

    White shark populations are up as a result of increased food supply.

    • JD53

      How can a white shark know the easy prey it’s eating and finding is radiated? It’ll work great for the predators for a time..until the food radiates and kills them as well.

  • Jerry Gaddi

    Yeah you’ve got that right, Fukushima is really the culprit.

  • Julie

    I believe it is Fukushima..and governments are not telling us the truth. If the plant collapses, as it has dropped 30 inches, we have a tremendous loss of life in the Pacific Ocean that can work its way up waterways.

  • donnellpa .

    The March 11 earthquake led to Fukushima problems, which may be affecting the ocean, there are large pockets of oxygen less water which may also be killing the fish, and all of this maybe as a result of mankind’s turning away from God. Let’s put it this way. These problems are so huge, that science won’t be able to help. So why don’t we go back to God as a Nation, because God is the only one who can help us. He always was, and always will be. Ya can’t keep disobeying Gods commandments, kill millions and millions of unborn babies, or allow assisted suicides, or approve blasphemic marriages, and still not expect some kind of chastisement. God wants us to love him, and to obey his laws. This is all it would take to save this planet.

    • Chronic Pain Coop

      What if i told you that God was a psychological warfare weapon created by the Romans and the Jews????

      • Rich

        I’d say that you were an atheistic troll with nothing better to do than look to start an argument online.

        • Burned

          JC was real. But what they did to his words is the crime.

      • Burned

        Hi Five Chronic! As usually the truth is too funny to print.

    • Alex1956

      Nonsense! Where do you get all that stuff, The Bible? Discover the genuine origins of The Bible. I don’t think anyone with a quarter of a brain would spout that drivel if you understood the truth where and how that book originated.

  • Laura Y.

    It is clear that Fukishima is likely a key player in all of this, but the ocean has been under siege for a very long time. I think the Big F is the icing on a cake that has been baking for a long time (cake=pollution, over-fishing, changing polarization of the Earth). My husband and I just returned from a cruise to Alaska. It was tremendously beautiful, but I have to say that I was “disappointed” at how little sealife we actually saw, considering the vastness of the Pacific. We will never know the truth for it would generate too much fear and pandemonium. But we can draw pretty reasonable conclusions using what information we do have. God help us and have mercy.

  • Guest

    Just hope that there is no bioterrorism involved , such as from China !
    If their submarine could hide in The gulf for a month without being detected …
    seems if the problem is Fukushima, they should have means to wall off the whole surroundings ..and that would be an occasion to create jobs as well, may be for all the Palestianians and all others who are engaged in wars…

  • Carole

    I have stopped eating fish from the Pacific months ago because of Fukushima. So very sad that we are destroying life and our beautiful planet.
    Shame on us!

  • bluesuede

    If it’s Fukushima, then what are the explanations for birds and sea and lake creatures that die off in massive numbers?

    Let’s get some real science going here and examine the evidence and don’t kill off the scientists who try to tell us what they’ve discovered.

    • Burned

      Seriously? How much do they pay trolls to say silly stuff in here? Or are you just a bot script? lol

      • bluesuede

        I’m not a troll.
        I’m sure that Fukushima is responsible for polluting the pacific and it is still polluting. But, I’m saying, have you forgotten that there are numerous stories about tons of dead fish, dead birds falling from the sky. The fish have died in massive numbers in many land locked countries.

        What’s your explanation— Fukushima?

  • Guest

    Are you kidding? Of course it is.

  • inspokane

    So ridiculous. Radiation. Gov knows exactly what it is. Harrp, Chemtrails…..it is all basically linked. The elite wont tell you. We do not even know how deep or can fathom the depth of the corruption. That’s why people will not go down that road. They know something is wrong but cought up in there own life. They have made themselves God and it is a deception allowed on the people. They will not see the truth. A deception is allowed on the people because of their sin. God will….and always has….remove the wicked. No worries anyway. Death has no sting for those who love the Lord God…Jesus…and datssssthe facts…..

    • Rauh

      Yeah right. They been preaching that nonsence the past 2,000 years. It’s man and his technology who is destroying the earth.

    • Alex1956

      Utter horse manure! You can take your ideas about “sin” and smoke it for all I care.

  • Andy B

    The sad reality is that anyone born today in North America will not make it to age 50 without experiencing some form of cancer. The inhalation or ingestion of just one molecule of cesium will lead to cancer. Since the Fukushima radiation is already in the food supply, we are totally screwed.

  • Kim

    I hope everyone thinks twice before eating anything caught in the pacific. Fukushima is not going away- not in our lifetime. cesium 137 (and 134) does not exist in nature and there are NO safe levels for any living thing. it disrupts healthy DNA and destroys life. this is so tragic. words can’t describe the horror of what radiation from Fukushima is doing to our precious ocean.

    • K

      Hello Kim. The real horror comes when the plant life starts dying. The pacific is the largest oxygen producer on earth. Not sure how long we would last if it died.

      • Kim

        Hi K. I hope you’re well today.

        Yes, I know, you’re right. what is this doing to the plant life. It’s just frightening. Ugh :-(

  • Dawn Weaver

    If it were a global phenomena (climate change, etc.), all oceans would be affected. Since it is starting in the Pacific and after Fukushima, the answer is obvious. As the radiation continues to pour into the ocean, and the currents spread it worldwide over the next decades, the oceans will die worldwide. If the oceans die, most life on Earth will also die. The water cycle is contaminated too.

    We better get busy finding a way to detox the waters, and the world needs to seize the Fukushima site and get the leaking stopped NOW. Clearly Japan cannot do it.

    • Kim

      There is no way to detox the water. It’s out of control and has been from the beginning.

  • Rauh

    Don’t eat any more sea food.

    • Kim

      Fortunately we still have edible river and lake fish.

  • Ken5745

    About 300 tons of water, contaminated with radioactive iodine, cesium137 and strontium90, are pouring into the Pacific Ocean from the broken Fukushima reactors every day. No one seems to care, The IAEA, with a Japanese as its head, is asleep at the wheel or turning a blind eye. Eat seafood, especially blue fin tuna at your own peril.

    • Kim

      I think they care, of course not as much as they do about their profits..the problem is, there is literally nothing they can do. There is no known “fix” to Fukushima. Three melted cores are in the earth, in an unknown location, fissioning. They can’t get close enough to locate this material, let alone neutralize it. The only thing they can do is keep the material in four and five from over heating and causing what arnie gunderson calls a “gamma shine event” or a massive airborne release of gamma radiation. But they cannot control the irradiated ground water.

      • JasonD


        Since you seem very passionate about this terrible situation, I wanted to run past you a solution that I think would help to solve the Fukushima problem. I think it *can* be fixed, or “mitigated” I would say.

        The problem is that the material is so concentrated in the reactor cores and spent fuel rods that they must be kept cool by adding water constantly and subsequently dumping this water into the Pacific. If not, the zirconium cladding will get hot and react with the oxygen in the air, which is what caused the plume shortly after the tsunami.

        My solution would be to build a seawall around the area by dumping boulders into the ocean and concrete to fill the spaces. Then, dig a 50 ft. deep trench around the area on the land that meets this seawall, and fill it with rock and concrete.

        Next (the controversial part), BOMB the entire area with high conventional explosives so that the cores and fuel rods are shattered into much smaller pieces which are spread out over the area. When this is done, the parts will not get as hot, eliminating the problem with the zirconium cladding reacting with the oxygen in the air and breaking down and releasing the MOX fuel and spent fuel products into the air and water. You would have to bomb it several times to take out the cores, which have dug themselves some distance into the ground by now.

        You would end up then with a few square miles of highly radioactive debris lying in the region created by the trench and seawall. Cap this whole area off with rock and concrete which will make a heatsink for the material, and will keep it dry and prevent rain and groundwater from percolating through the material.

        It would be a messy (and very expensive) solution, but it beats destroying the entire pacific ocean.

        • JasonD

          TEPCO and GE Westinghouse should foot the bill; they’re the a**holes that caused the problem in the first place.

        • Kim

          That sounds like it could work, but it goes without saying that it is extremely risky. It’s never been done before as this Fukushima situation is unique.

          and they are dealing with liquefaction conditions under the facility, which complicates a project like this.

          I am in favor of trying something, ANYTHING, but I am not in favor of taking extreme risks. I think at some point, though, any attempt to neutralize this problem will be borne out of desperation and inherently risky anyway.

          Thanks for your post.


  • Armel

    It is Daiichii Fukashima’s fault, primarily..and it’s not going to stop. The contamination is phenomenal…..Anyone who swims in the Pacific…gets their food from the Pacific and eats vegetables and fruits grown along the Pacific Coast is literally, dosing themselves with radiation. TEPCO is the responsible party for the disaster, I believe and what they are doing is killing us slowly. With radiation begging dispersed off and from anything that is shipped in from those waters.

    People need to read the labels on the food products that they buy…it’s in the Atlantic Ocean as well, but don’t be stupid and continue to buy cans of tuna or raman noodles when you know it’s being imported from that area;.

  • abinico

    Though Fukushima certainly contributes, for years we have treated the oceans as a trash dump. Ocean liners dump raw sewage, and the U.S. Navy is among the worse desecrators of the oceans. It will catch up to us – if we kill the oceans then we also will die.

  • Gwynn Graham

    Scientists say these are not related…………..SERIOUSLY? I agree w/Todd Perry……..FUKISHIMA all the way

  • Richard Grow

    Don’t panic sheeple. It”s all part of the Hope and Change!

  • timetorun

    Fukushima–probably. But consider that this also might be a sign of God’s judgment against an empire—ours. All of the above listings are directly related to the waters adjacient to America land mass. When you read the how God judges a nation in the old testament, the food supply is one aspect of judgment, (and by default here with us, sealife or seafood might be part of the equation). Jesus stands with open arms for those who seek him. Save us oh God!

  • Firstgarden

    Egads, such language!

  • Firstgarden

    We are but 3 miles from the water this bonnie day. But therein I durst not venture to go!

  • Randy Leifer

    Wait…..these all have separate reasons and explanations. Why connect them ?
    Most of your 15 points do not pan-out as having any connection.
    Several of your examples have unrelated causes……some are even greatly exaggerated, so that you can falsely rally a point.
    Let’s look at #15…..and the Oregon study…..
    “#15 According to a study conducted by researchers at
    Oregon State University, radiation levels in tuna caught off the coast
    of Oregon approximately tripled in the aftermath of the Fukushima nuclear disaster.”
    What does the study say ? It has increased in tuna? OK…it does, but by how much ? What are it’s analogies to the increase ?
    Do people bother to read the study’s text ? If they did, it says:

    “A year of eating albacore with these cesium traces is about the same
    dose of radiation as you get from spending 23 seconds in a stuffy
    basement from radon gas, or sleeping next to your spouse for 40 nights
    from the natural potassium-40 in their body,” he added. “It’s just not
    much at all.”
    ‘In fact, you would have to consume more than 700,000 pounds of the fish
    with the highest radioactive level – just to match the amount of
    radiation the average person is annually exposed to in everyday life
    through cosmic rays, the air, the ground, X-rays and other sources”

  • Kim

    there is no such thing as natural cesium 137. cosmic radiation is filtered out by ozone and does not reach the earth. other forms of inert radiation (heat and light) aren’t toxic.

    • Randy Leifer

      You are correct…..C137 is only found man made.
      However, where are the results that it is causing the effects in/of the article above ?
      (we got off-track)

  • Dead Oceans? Who knows?
    Revelation 16:3 And the second angel poured out his vial upon the sea; and it became as the blood of a dead [man]; and every living soul died in the sea” (and see Revelation 8:8).
    Maybe we are almost there.

    • Nick25

      No maybe about it.

  • Sunny

    Hey “endoftheamericandream”!
    You ask to share your articles to others,
    but do you allow others’ articles to be shared too (for eg., via links
    in the comments)?

  • Sharon Smith

    Could be from the residue of the chemtrails. Does anyone even know WHAT is being sprayed over there??!! If not…WHY??!!

  • fidalgoman

    Interesting times to live don’t you think.

  • Ian

    Well as for told soon there will be no life in the sea and it is related to that reactor. I would not buy any fish now as the whole fishing regions will be poisoned. As the reaches further south of the pacific ocean even those waters will have sick fish. If you want fish tell those mindless greenies who try to stop people producing fish on land that if we do not do something fast, the whole world will starve. In trouble times we still see ignorant people breeding, having far too many babies this is being selfish.

  • Angie Cates

    I do believe Fukushima is the problem and I knew it would be the second it happened. People say animals ruin things, well they aren’t as smart as we are and humans are trashing the place a little bit at a time. Fukushima happened and so many have just figured they would look away and everything would be okay when in all actuality they knew if the findings were correct that someday it could really hurt the ecosystem on land and water. Well here it is and I can guarantee you some reading this will still forget about it after they go to another place on the Internet. When they go shopping they won’t remember it either, maybe when they get sent to the ER from finally eating too much sea life with radiation then they will start really paying attention. Personally I think the rate of stupidity in this country is gaining speed and there’s very few common sense people left and really I think we are all screwed. It’s just a matter of time but it’s coming.

  • Jim Matei

    Has anyone ever looked at the Dissolved Oxygen Levels of the Pacific Northwest Ocean.
    It is well known that the Hypoxic levels of the Ocean are rapidly increasing and there has been reported death of crabs, fish etc long before Fukushima that have suffocated due to the drop of dissolved oxygen in the ocean.

    All marine life does need dissolved oxygen to survive after all.
    Maybe we should look to Science before we begin to post blame, negative judgement and expect politics to correct this problem.