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The elephant in the room is the death of the Pacific Ocean.
See below video on every nuclear bomb test conducted, in the midst of that insanity, it became common knowledge that nuclear tests were killing the ocean.
So much so, that the insanity was brought to a halt.
Not now. Lot’s Wife from Alaska submits the following:
A correspondent on the East coast of Australia, north of Brisbane, has responded to my earlier forward of the ADN story about Alaska’s disappearing king salmon. He reminds readers that vested interests play a role in suppressing science findings. If the mid-ocean damage is indeed severe, is it unreasonable to assume an embargo on full disclosure guides the media narrative of Fukushima’s effects on the biosphere? Withholding data; not permitting interviews; low-balling estimates; stalling publication of research follows a repetitive pattern of protecting the nuclear power industry over the universal needs of a healthy and productive biosphere. Now, protection measures have apparently gone to extremes.
The following clip, though lacking full attribution, warrants your attention.
“…in talking with authoritative figures in Vancouver, they apparently believe that the figure [food chain collapse] is likely closer to 1000. My friend also explained […] all these research departments are finding […] huge numbers of general body mutations, as well as skin disorders which all cannot yet be accounted for in terms of causation.
“As bad as all of this sounds, here is the real rub. Regarding these findings about food chain collapses, mutations, and injuries, my friend’s university has instituted a policy that forbids them from publishing their findings, from discussing their findings (on this subject) publicly or in private with other researchers outside their own campus, or finally from taking “unauthorized” radiation readings as part of their research. The penalties for violating these new rules are severe: loss of tenure, civil lawsuits for violation of contract, and potentially employment termination. He showed me a memo on the subject from her own university, so there is no doubt about that in my mind…”
Martin Armstrong is a brilliant researcher, a brilliant cycles guy and technical analyst. But his conclusion is wrong.
Business Insider – Every nuclear bomb explosion in history
Gepubliceerd op 27 okt. 2015
On July 16th, 1945, the United States conducted the world’s first test of a nuclear weapon. Less than a month later, two bombs were dropped on the Japanese cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, bringing about the end of the Second World War. No nuclear bombs have been used as weapons since the attacks on Japan, but thousands of tests have been conducted – primarily by the US and USSR throughout the Cold War.
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aConcernedHuman – A Time-Lapse Map of Every Nuclear Explosion Since 1945 – by Isao Hashimoto
Gepubliceerd op 24 okt. 2010
Japanese artist Isao Hashimoto has created a beautiful, undeniably scary time-lapse map of the 2053 nuclear explosions which have taken place between 1945 and 1998, beginning with the Manhattan Project’s “Trinity” test near Los Alamos and concluding with Pakistan’s nuclear tests in May of 1998. This leaves out North Korea’s two alleged nuclear tests in this past decade (the legitimacy of both of which is not 100% clear).
Each nation gets a blip and a flashing dot on the map whenever they detonate a nuclear weapon, with a running tally kept on the top and bottom bars of the screen. Hashimoto, who began the project in 2003, says that he created it with the goal of showing”the fear and folly of nuclear weapons.” It starts really slow — if you want to see real action, skip ahead to 1962 or so — but the buildup becomes overwhelming.
“2053” – This is the number of nuclear explosions conducted in various parts of the globe.*
Profile of the artist: Isao HASHIMOTO
Born in Kumamoto prefecture, Japan in 1959.
Worked for 17 years in financial industry as a foreign exchange dealer.
Studied at Department of Arts, Policy and Management of Musashino Art University, Tokyo.
Currently working for Lalique Museum, Hakone, Japan as a curator.
Created artwork series expressing, in the artist’s view, “the fear and the folly of nuclear weapons”:
“The Names of Experiments”
“This piece of work is a bird’s eye view of the history by scaling down a month length of time into one second. No letter is used for equal messaging to all viewers without language barrier. The blinking light, sound and the numbers on the world map show when, where and how many experiments each country have conducted. I created this work for the means of an interface to the people who are yet to know of the extremely grave, but present problem of the world.”
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The number excludes both tests by North Korea (October 2006 and May 2009).
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