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I know this is much data but these guys are trying to work this through. When you get around to writing your politicians is may be useful.

Alarming mass die-off on California beaches — “Extremely high” number of sick and dead animals — Seabirds, sea lions, dolphins affected — Experts: Never seen this many sick birds — “How many have to die before somebody cares?” <(VIDEOS)>


stockstock
May 31, 2017 at 12:30 pm Log in to Reply

LOL, I just finished this summary on another blog, and came back to a fresh article, very topical.

Well here is some stuff that will rock your world.

Krill off gas elements that cause cloud nucleation. Strong sun hurts krill, so its a protective effect. Clouds mean cooler temperatures.

Krill use a tough biological structure called Chitin. Chitin absorbs man-made radiation at rates of 200 to 20,000 background levels. Radiation destroys the bonds that make Chitin a useful structure.

So even "low" levels of man-made radionuclides, can bio-magnify and kill the krill, meaning less clouds, and hotter temperatures. Incidentally the krill sink pretty quickly, taking the radiation to Davy Jones Locker.

Obviously we had an el Nino, but on top of that we had the progression of Fukushima fallout and continued releases into the Pacific, a so called "blob" of radiation as measured by Woods Hole Oceangraphic Institute, which moved pretty in line with the hottest of the blobs. This radiation/krill/cloud heating event superimposed on top of the El Nino.

We saw the results with half the whales gone from Hawaii in 2016 and I participated in the 2017 NOAA whale count, but haven't reviewed their synopsis, not sure if it is completed. And of course on the West Coast, the mass die-offs should be readily apparent to anyone not living under a rock. One main basis of the ocean food chain, the krill, have been toasted by radiation.

NOAA in 2016,…



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May 31, 2017 at 12:35 pm Log in to Reply

NOAA in 2016, under direction from top government to push for the Paris Climate Scam, blamed the die-offs on domoic acid, even though the test results clearly show that only 1 to 3% were caused by domoic acid.

This is the world that we live in. stock out



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obewanspeaksobewanspeaks
May 31, 2017 at 12:37 pm Log in to Reply

Certainly Fukushima has played a warming/death role as has been discussed in length..right here! :)



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May 31, 2017 at 12:55 pm Log in to Reply

The scientific basis for this bio-magnification effect on Chitin is here

[nukeprofessional.blogspot.com]

When even the Huffpost reports on items like this, you know things are bad, this is from 4 years ago

[www.huffingtonpost.com]

Krill are actually cleaning the ocean for us. How do we know this for sure? A scientific review of the 2 main isotopes of Cesium, CS-134 and CS-137 proves how this is happening. The details are in the link below, and a quick summary, the CS-134 is 15 times more radioactive, the krill that absorb the CS-134 are killed more quickly and sink to the bottom. So you would expect to find less CS-134 in the water. And science does show exactly that.

[nukeprofessional.blogspot.com]



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stockstock
May 31, 2017 at 1:24 pm Log in to Reply

here is the weather blog that spiced my summary

[cliffmass.blogspot.com]



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CodeShutdownCodeShutdown
May 31, 2017 at 3:33 pm Log in to Reply

cant wait until you realize the other part of the story stock. The chitin acts like an ion exchange resin…and the radiation CAN break down the chitin,
<[enenews.com];

BUT there is a whole other path of influence. The chitin machinery is right there on the cell wall, and several things have been discovered which influence morphogenesis…which limb goes where…which microtubule in the cell cytoskeleton goes which way…among which influence is the ionic gradient and the voltage gradient. So EVEN IF the chitin is not degraded significantly, or if its consumed by a non chitin based animal…it still forms a hot spot of ionic and voltage gradient which can interfere with morphogensis on the macro and micro scale. Indeed, ion gradients and flow is a large factor in biochemical process and morphogenisis. Needless to say this is a deforming potential not directly related to DNA breaks. In fact has been found that organisms can select for different isotopes; "it is thought that accumulation of radionuclide elements follows that of nonradioactive elements. However, with the
discovery of isotope discrimination for a number of elements by a range of organisms, this may not hold true.
You arent done with your discovery process



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May 31, 2017 at 3:52 pm Log in to Reply

code how do you find those old comments, the search function works very poorly for me



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JebusJebus
May 31, 2017 at 4:07 pm Log in to Reply

It's the RSS feed on the side that trips people up.

Use the "SITE:" function in your search engine.

If an avatar name or word, searched for, is in the RSS Feed, you get every page.

Be unique in your search in consideration of the RSS feed on the side…



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May 31, 2017 at 4:11 pm Log in to Reply

Most search engines let you timeline your search, too…



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JebusJebus
May 31, 2017 at 3:53 pm Log in to Reply

"a hot spot of ionic and voltage gradient"

This fits in there.

"Collectively these data demonstrate that low-dose ionizing radiation has an important effect on absorbing water, consuming O2 and releasing CO2, which means the risk for embryo and endosperm development was higher."

[www.sciencedirect.com]

Embryogenesis comes to mind…



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May 31, 2017 at 4:23 pm Log in to Reply

Code:

Might be a key as to how radiation directly damages immune system besides the gut based flora route that I have already established

[mbio.asm.org]

Besides the role of chitin in supporting structural stability, chitin and host enzymes with chitinase activity have an important role in host defense and modifying the inflammatory response. Thus, chitin appears to provide a link between the fungus and host that involves both innate and adaptive immune responses. Recently, there has been increased attention to the role of chitinases in the pathogenesis of allergic inflammation, especially asthma. We review these findings and explore the possible connection between fungal infections, the induction of chitinases, and asthma.



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So far, this seems restricted to fungal cell wall, and not cell walls in other chitin uses, but we shall see…..



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