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FOX L.A.: “Dead sea lions litter Malibu beaches, families shocked… WARNING: Graphic Images” — Babies being eaten by birds

Dozens of dead Sea Lions litter Malibu beaches; families shocked — A family stumbled upon nearly 10 dead sea lions on a Malibu beach Sunday (WARNING: GRAPHIC IMAGES IN THIS STORY AND VIDEO) “We just came down the stairs and little sea lions are being washed on to shore dying,” Neda Soderqvist says… “It was devastating to see a bunch of sea lions just lying dead. 16 mots de plus

Danger

Look to see the sleeping masses

A somber morning on this cloud of mine
Looking out over the surveying lands
Thinking on the many deaths
In the many living lives
From the people walking the streets… 97 mots de plus

"Poetic Cultivation"

Fukushima Katastrophe: Unbekannte Mengen von hochradioaktivem Wasser gelangten ins Meer

An dem Atomkraftwerk Fukushima in Japan ist eine neue undichte Stelle entdeckt worden. Durch das Leck traten unbekannte Mengen von hochradioaktivem Wasser aus und gelangten ins Meer. 26 mots de plus

Danger

TEPCO officials admit to concealing Fukushima radioactive leak

I have a question: Considering that TEPCO is a corporation that seems to be running Japan, and that it has repeatedly lied about the extent of the Fukushima radiation, would you feel safe about attending the Olympics in Japan in 2020? 408 mots de plus

Activism

Fukushima radiation spikes 7,000% as contaminated water pours into the ocean

Fukushima radiation spikes 7,000% as contaminated water pours into the ocean – NaturalNews.com.

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by: Ethan A. Huff, staff writer

February 26, 2015

Cleanup crews trying to mitigate Japan’s never-ending radiation crisis at Fukushima ran into more problems recently after sensors monitoring a drainage gutter detected a huge spike in radiation levels from wastewater pouring into the Pacific Ocean. 599 mots de plus

Nuclear Technology

Nanaimo-built ‘Robo-Snake’ will explore Fukushima reactors

WATCH: A Nanaimo company has played a critical role in the development of a robotic “snake” — that will be used to explore the melted nuclear reactors in Fukushima, Japan. 198 mots de plus

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