New Forecast Released: ‘Most’ Fukushima nuclear particles will move east across Pacific — Narrow line of radioactive pollutants to make it all the way across ocean this year — Uses decades of data (GRAPHIC)

New Forecast Released: ‘Most’ Fukushima nuclear particles will move east across Pacific — Narrow line of radioactive pollutants to make it all the way across ocean this year — Uses decades of data (GRAPHIC)

(from enenews.com source Journal of Ocean University of China)

“‘A study of transport and impact strength of Fukushima nuclear pollutants in the North Pacific surface’”

and:

‘Bizarre’ Cluster of Severe Birth Defects Haunts Health Experts

(from nbcnews.com)

“Prosser Memorial Hospital, a 25-bed medical center in the farm town set on the Yakima River. A 30-year nursing veteran, she’d seen perhaps one or two devastating cases of anencephaly in her wide-ranging career. “And now I was sitting at Prosser, with 30 deliveries a month and there’s two cases in a six-month period,” Barron said. “Then, I was talking to another doctor about it and she has a third one coming. My teeth dropped. It was like, ‘Oh my God.’””

then we have already our own issues here:

Highly radioactive: 1,000 gallons of nuclear waste leak in Washington every year

(from rt.com)

“Six tanks at the Hanford Nuclear Reservation are leaking an estimated 1,000 gallons of nuclear waste each year … The Hanford Nuclear Reservation, which was established in 1943 as part of the Manhattan Project, is mostly decommissioned but still holds two-thirds of the nation’s radioactive waste in its 177 tanks. The millions of gallons of radioactive material, which still remain from Cold War-era plutonium production, are highly dangerous and are quickly dripping into American soil.”

and at this point, maybe some news on global warming may also help:

Heatwave frequency ‘surpasses levels previously predicted for 2030’

(from theguardian.com)

“The annual number of record hot days across Australia has more than doubled since 1950, according to the Climate Council report, with the south-east of the country at particular risk from more frequent heatwaves, drought and bushfires.”

Guess a lot of the GOP folks that use evidence of global cold to deny global warming, always move every six months to the other hemisphere to continue to believe their theories.

The other day my partner asked my opinion of whether the world is going to hell in a handbasket, and the two answers from my part, ended up being ‘politically correct, I hope I’m wrong,’ and the other less politically correct is ‘not the world, the world will be just fine, without humans.’ 😉

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