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Starfish die-off West coast NOT due to Fukushima. Happened in 1983 too.

 
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Read it an weep fukutards.

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Re: Starfish die-off West coast NOT due to Fukushima. Happened in 1983 too.
The same bacteria has attacked starfish many times in the past wiping out populations.

So many attributed it to radiation, but they were WRONG.
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The previous die-offs were NOTHING compared to this one and the article even says so. It does not matter whether or not it is caused by FUKU, something is very wrong.
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Re: Starfish die-off West coast NOT due to Fukushima. Happened in 1983 too.
The die off in 1983 was as bad as this one. But I agree something is wrong.

It's got to be the magnetosphere. Other planets are being affected in similar ways as earth.
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Bump for truth
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Re: Starfish die-off West coast NOT due to Fukushima. Happened in 1983 too.
And how do you know there wasnt some underwater or whatever nuculear test in 1983? hmmm
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And how do you know there wasnt some underwater or whatever nuculear test in 1983? hmmm
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1991, 1997, 2001, ETC...
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Re: Starfish die-off West coast NOT due to Fukushima. Happened in 1983 too.
The phenomenon is common. It has been observed regularly for decades.

Sorry to ruin your porn
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I knew there was something to this.

Kind of like all the die offs that were happening BEFORE Fukushima.
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If it's SO common, then why are facilities such as the aquarium in VAncouver, surprised and shocked about the sea star deaths enough to post about it on their website?

You'd think a facility like this would have prior knowledge about this type of marine animal event.

Where are all the marine biologists. What do they do all day long in university, twiddle their thumbs?
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If it's SO common, then why are facilities such as the aquarium in VAncouver, surprised and shocked about the sea star deaths enough to post about it on their website?

You'd think a facility like this would have prior knowledge about this type of marine animal event.

Where are all the marine biologists. What do they do all day long in university, twiddle their thumbs?
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Most likely because the shit is being hyped. Sea star plagues ARE fairly common. Just not as common as the cold.

Posting this is about spreading truth, not doom porn.
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I don't believe it. Fukushima is so powerful the radiation went back in time and caused this.
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Not Fuku so Fuku
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If it's SO common, then why are facilities such as the aquarium in VAncouver, surprised and shocked about the sea star deaths enough to post about it on their website?

You'd think a facility like this would have prior knowledge about this type of marine animal event.

Where are all the marine biologists. What do they do all day long in university, twiddle their thumbs?
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Did ya ever consider the fact that maybe they are idiots?
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Pin this lil bitches.
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Re: Starfish die-off West coast NOT due to Fukushima. Happened in 1983 too.
Did 1983 also have the west coast bleeding salmon?...or what about the tumerous polar bears and moose?..Did it have the similar list of hundreds of seperate mass die-off reports globally?

The dead gelatenous mass of decomposing matter, (sea snot, or sea muciledge)...which normally covers 1% of the ocean floor.....did it have a surge up to 98% in the 80's?

...You know what sea snot is, right?....you ever not feed a pet fish and it turns into a jelly-like blob in the bottom of the fishbowl?

...For 98% of the ocean floor to be COVERED in that shit......a LOT more than JUST starfish have been dying.
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Re: Starfish die-off West coast NOT due to Fukushima. Happened in 1983 too.
More Info:

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Read it an weep fukutards.

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Ripping off arms is not the same as melting into GOO you imbecile.


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Read it an weep fukutards.

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So? Were still fucked
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Re: Starfish die-off West coast NOT due to Fukushima. Happened in 1983 too.
Read it an weep fukutards.

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So? Were still fucked
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Fukushima News 4/22/14

"All efforts to contain radiation leakage have failed."
"...a CEASELESS Leakage of radioactive water into the ocean."


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Re: Starfish die-off West coast NOT due to Fukushima. Happened in 1983 too.
Op cannot read,
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From the article:

When the die-offs happened previously, the geographic span of the infections was much smaller and far fewer sea stars were affected.
In 1983, an epidemic nearly wiped out the Pisaster ochraceus from tidal pools along the southern coast of California.
Another, smaller die-off in 1997 may have been caused by warmer waters in an El Nino year, scientists said.


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Nowhere does it say it was caused by the same thing. And it clearly states the pior die offs were not as bad.
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Re: Starfish die-off West coast NOT due to Fukushima. Happened in 1983 too.
If it's SO common, then why are facilities such as the aquarium in VAncouver, surprised and shocked about the sea star deaths enough to post about it on their website?

You'd think a facility like this would have prior knowledge about this type of marine animal event.

Where are all the marine biologists. What do they do all day long in university, twiddle their thumbs?
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You can't trust the "experts", I remember this lady ornithologist was going on about how everything was so screwed up, people had ruined everything, because an observation had been made of one hawk killing another hawk. She was vehement and adamant that such a thing never happens, that it has never happened before, that it was a really bad sign, and it was all people's fault.

I was just looking at her and listening to her go on. How could they possibly know that one hawk has never killed another hawk? That doesn't even make sense that someone would think to say such a thing. Perhaps it's uncommon and seldom seen but if one hawk killed another how the hell would you know? Do they think they are omniscient?

People are so stupid, it really makes you wonder sometimes.
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Re: Starfish die-off West coast NOT due to Fukushima. Happened in 1983 too.
The so-called starfish die off in previous years was much more limited than this one. Not all types were affected and it was on a much smaller scale and the effects/symptoms were different. This die-off is massive, affecting these creatures along the entire West Coast of North America. Very possibly due to the worst nuclear catastrophe the planet has ever had, that continues leach tons of nasty radioactive water into the sea. The water is carried by the currents all the way across the Pacific. This shit accumulates in all living things and messes with the DNA for generations to come, that is, if they survive to have offspring. Don't be bullshitted by these nuketard liars. This is a disaster that started in March of 2011 and continues to this day.
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Re: Starfish die-off West coast NOT due to Fukushima. Happened in 1983 too.
ha! you can't rust the Daily Mail-its part of the Liberal Media-so it is FUKUSHIMA that is killing off all the starfish
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Re: Starfish die-off West coast NOT due to Fukushima. Happened in 1983 too.
We have a very healthy Starfish Population here in Nippon
above in F'Shima, a direct Relationship between the Emissions
from our nuclear Accident and this Die-Off's in the US is more than doubtful!

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