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Wednesday, November 4, 2015

NOAA Lying About Cause of Ocean Mammal Deaths

What is worse than sad is that they are lying again.    They fail to correctly identify the enemy.

In prior test reports, about 1 to 2% of the animals had domoic acid poisoning.    Note that they present just numbers of dolphins and seals, complete with a cute graphic.    

Just 36 animals tested positive and only 11 had high levels of domoic acid, out of thousands or tens of thousands that died.

They blame it on "Global Warming" without even bothering to mention that we are in a strong El Nino and warmth is to be expected as part of that cycle.   It is part of the plot of the globalists to get effective control over all the worlds energy sources, via December's Paris-Site Global Climate Conference.

The detailed data on seals are here on this article, scroll down a bit to a table that shows the detailed causes of death, not even 1% .

http://nukeprofessional.blogspot.com/2015/06/pacific-seals-dying-enmasse-charts-to.html



Whilst these Globalists who want to control everything, use these lies to further their own greed, and they want $18Trillion in spending to "fix" a non problem.    Follow the money.

Lots of people are starting to understand these lies, and many just don't care, don't feel that "climate change" is one of their big worries.     It will be what it will be, and there is not much man can do about it.

 http://wattsupwiththat.com/2015/11/04/ap-poll-americans-increasingly-unconcerned-about-climate-change/


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Ah yes, the old CO2 meme.    But here is some cool satellite representation of CO2 levels, and some surprising results.       It is also clear that plants and trees do a great job of scrubbing CO2 out of the atmosphere and they thrive on it.    Too bad the sociopathic globalists just can't transfer enough wealth out of trees, and they have to wait so long.

Africa looks like the worst offender for CO2, go figure, beating LA.


9 comments:

  1. YouTube stopped short of blaming nuclear and Fukushima. There might be a glimmer of hope for you. Still Robert Hansen disagrees with your opinion.

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    1. The warm blob in the pacific is from concentrated cesium,strontium, and other radionucleides from fukushima in the pacific. It is well known that even loosely concentrated isotopes generate heat. The rtg generator is a prime example. Heck look at the low level rad waste dump in nevada that generated its own heat and spontaneously blewup recently.

      There is also wipp. There was a cobalt 60 pigtail in a garbage dump that slowly dissolved and set the dump on fire.

      For crying out loud! I wish some people would give up their rectal cranial inversion and smell the coffee!

      There are thousands of deadly rtgs in the former soviet unions still generating heat and radioactivitiy even in weakened states.

      Radioisotope thermoelectric generator

      An RTG used on the Cassini probe
      A radioisotope thermoelectric generator (RTG, RITEG) is an electrical generator that uses an array of thermocouples to convert the heat released by the decay of a suitable radioactive material into electricity by the Seebeck effect. An RTG has no moving parts.

      RTGs have been used as power sources in satellites, space probes, and unmanned remote facilities such as a series of lighthouses built by the former Soviet Union inside the Arctic Circle.

      We let nuke pukes and dinfo agents get away with the worst lies distortions and irrationality. many lunkheads that say they are antinuke fall all over themselves and everone else trying to deny evidence ,common sense, and be rational.




      http ://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Radioisotope_thermoelectric_generator#/media/File%3ACutdrawing_of_an_GPHS-RTG.jpg

      https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Cutdrawing_of_an_GPHS-RTG.jpg

      http://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2015/oct/25/radioactive-waste-dump-fire-reveals-nevada-troubled-past

      https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Radioisotope_thermoelectric_generator

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    2. I shall joust that asshat on climate, or did you mean Robert Hansen the serial killer?

      https://www.blogger.com/comment.g?blogID=30213905&postID=7345474954993571193&page=1&token=1446756798926

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  2. Loose nuke you are a scum like your buddies adams, leuren moret, all nuke pukes and disinfo agents. you all have tumors in ya from playin arount the magic rocks too long. do yurself a favor and take a long hiatus to go to mexico th get some iv chelation therapy to clear some of those radionucleides out of your body so u can think straight!

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  3. Truly if you want to know about noaa lying and u r on w coast just go to a tide pool and u will see. also kelly has a string of infor stock published here at nukepro

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  4. Leuren Moret is claiming strange things again. She is claiming some radiation is good for arthritis.

    Leuren Moret is a Cointelpro spook and former intellegence officer for the US military. She has said a lot of nonsense.

    Leuren Moret said that Glen Seaborg carried a piece of plutonium in his pocket at all time while at livermore. This is complete crap becase Glen Seaborg would not even eat salad from a test site along with ed teller in the old days.
    Leuren Moret also said that Fukushima radiation could be pushed put of the atmosphere usin HAARP like technology

    Leuren Moret does not have A PhD. She might have some degree in geology although that is nebulous. She is a shameless self promoter and probably an intelligence agent like bob woodward of watergate fame who was placed as a gatekeeper as hatrick penry said many times before he stopped posting.

    https://cassiopaea.org/forum/index.php?topic=6590.15


    leuren moret cassiopia
    https://cassiopaea.org/forum/index.php?topic=6590.15

    http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/12569016
    Radiation dose-dependent increases in inflammatory response markers in A-bomb survivors.

    Hayashi T1, Kusunoki Y, Hakoda M, Morishita Y, Kubo Y, Maki M, Kasagi F, Kodama K, Macphee DG, Kyoizumi S.

    Author information

    1Department of Radiobiology, Radiation Effects Research Foundation, 5-2 Hijiyama Park, Minami Ward, Hiroshima 732-0815 Japan. tomo@rerf.or.jp

    Abstract

    PURPOSE:

    The well-documented increases in malignant tumours in the A-bomb survivors have recently been supplemented by reports that non-cancer diseases, including cardiovascular disease, may also have increased in incidence with increasing radiation dose. Given that low-level inflammatory responses are widely accepted as a significant risk factor for such diseases, we undertook a detailed investigation of the long-term effects of ionizing radiation on the levels of the inflammatory markers C-reactive protein (CRP) and interleukin 6 (IL-6) in A-bomb survivors.

    MATERIALS AND METHODS:

    Blood samples were taken from 453 participants in a long-term epidemiological cohort of A-bomb survivors. Plasma levels of CRP and IL-6 were measured using standard antibody-mediated procedures. Relationships between CRP or IL-6 levels and radiation dose were then investigated by multivariate regression analysis. Blood lymphocytes from each individual were used for immunophenotyping by flow cytometry with murine monoclonal antibodies to CD3, CD4 and CD8.

    RESULTS:

    CRP levels were significantly increased by about 31% Gy(-1) of estimated A-bomb radiation (p=0.0001). Higher CRP levels also correlated with age, male gender, body mass index and a history of myocardial infarction. After adjustments for these factors, CRP levels still appeared to have increased significantly with increasing radiation dose (about 28% increase at 1Gy, p=0.0002). IL-6 levels also appeared to have increased with radiation dose by 9.3% at 1Gy (p=0.0003) and after multiple adjustments by 9.8% at 1Gy (p=0.0007). The elevated CRP and IL-6 levels were associated with decreases in the percentages of CD4(+) helper T-cells in peripheral blood lymphocyte populations.

    CONCLUSIONS:

    Our results appear to indicate that exposure to A-bomb radiation has caused significant increases in inflammatory activity that are still demonstrable in the blood of A-bomb survivors and which may lead to increased risks of cardiovascular disease and other non-cancer diseases.

    PMID: 12569016 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]

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  5. Great Post (as usual) Salute!

    The Fuky Effect: The on-again, off-again fissioning of the ☢ corium(s), as they interact with water below Fukushima, is still active and the net results is that sea life in the Pacific along with all those that depend upon it are be negatively affected.

    The Japanese Gov't. (which owns TEPCO) is being controlled by the Nuclear Utility "Gangs," so it is no wonder that everything to do with Fukushima is buried under mountains of disinformation, thanks to the Nuclear Industry, that is now fighting for its live as Germany proves that using Nuclear is N☢T a requirement for a modern society!

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  6. Quote: "Die Wissenschaftler am MIT kritisierten auch, dass Regierungsbehörden sie bei den Messungen behindert haben. Sowohl das National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), als auch die Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) und das Energie Ministerium (DoE) boykottierten die Arbeit der Wissenschaftlern.

    „Wir boten unsere Dienste der NOAA an, denn wir wollten mit unserer Expertise helfen. […] Das NOAA hatte die Aufgabe dieses Desaster zu untersuchen und die amerikanische Reaktion darauf abzuschätzen. Ihre Reaktion war weitere Modelle anzufertigen und dadurch die Effekte [des radioaktiven Niederschlags] einzuschätzen, aber keine Außen-Messungen. Sie sagten, sie machen so etwas nicht. Sie messen keine Radionuklid. Stattdessen schoben sie die Verantwortung an das Energie Ministerium weiter. Dieses wiederum sagte, es hätte nichts mit den Meeren zu tun. Das sei Aufgabe des NOAA und nicht ihr Problem“, sagte Buesseler bei seinem Vortrag am MIT.

    In den Tagen und Wochen nach der Katastrophe von Fukushima, fürchteten sich die Bewohner der US-Westküste vor dem radioaktiven Niederschlag. Dennoch entschied die Umweltbehörde EPA, keine Messgeräte an den Küsten von Oregon, Washington und Kalifornien aufzustellen. Dies berichtet Central Coast News und bezieht sich dabei auf eine offizielle Email der Umweltbehörde."
    http://www.deutsch-tuerkische-nachrichten.de/2014/01/497959/fukushima-usa-boykottieren-messung-von-radioaktivem-niederschlag/

    Quote: "The divergence of the cyanobacteria Synechococcus and Prochlorococccus during the rise of the diatoms – the most important phytoplankton group in the ocean – suggests the impact of biogeochemical changes on marine microbes. The diversification and proliferation of diatoms in the oceans marginalized cyanobacteria. Diatoms are the workhorses of the ocean biogenic carbon cycle – in comparison to cyanobacteria, they grow quickly and sink faster – thus they sequester fixed CO2, N and Fe that all other surface ocean microbes need. The diatoms changed the ocean, thus putting pressure on cyanobacteria. A result (because many other things also happened) was the genome streamlining and niche adaptation of the lineage. The best example is the high-light adapted MED4 strain of Prochlorococcus. This particular strain has a small genome, low GC and is nitrogen-cost-minimized, as detailed in our paper. Diatoms marginalized cyanobacteria forcing them into specific niches (e.g., high-light, low Fe, low N, low P) where they are successful and well adapted (like these clades that live in iron poor water).

    Where we are heading?

    What are the implications of cost-minimization in the genomes of ocean microbes? Could it alter the overall nutrient pools in the surface ocean (and thus affect the potential CO2 draw down by phytoplankton)? These are questions we are now pursuing using modeling approaches in an attempt to bolster our understanding of biogeochemistry through genomics and microbial ecology. We are teaming up with Jay Cullen, a chemical oceanography professor, good friend and super smart guy to figure out if cost-minimization and other metabolic changes in microbes might be having more of an effect on biogeochemical cycles than we think. Stay tuned."
    http://phylogenomics.blogspot.com/2011/09/guest-post-from-antarctica-joe-grzymski.html

    (Thanks to vital1 for this link:) http://www.mindfully.org/Nucs/Fallout-Fish-Sternglass8oct71.htm

    They know, it would seem. They've known for a long time, it would appear.
    Are they crucifying Dana? See FD Cbox for additional info.

    I can't seem to find any evidence of anybody threatening Cull's life ... WTF?
    Certainly, it is a great time to find those blogs spreading the news like wildfire, now. Much easier to see whom is revelling in this.

    Remember my dissection of "Academic Dishonesty?"

    Thanks for being here, stock. You rock! Tip it like you do! (real good!) ;)

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