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First debris from Japanese earthquake/tsunami reaches Olympic Peninsula.

 
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First debris from Japanese earthquake/tsunami reaches Olympic Peninsula.
PORT ANGELES The first piece of debris that could be identified as washing up on the West Coast from the March 11 tsunami in Japan a large black float was found on a Neah Bay beach two weeks ago, Seattle oceanographers Curtis Ebbesmeyer and Jim Ingraham said Tuesday night.

Since then, the two researchers, known as DriftBusters Inc. who have used flotsam to track wind and water currents in the Pacific since 1970 have learned that the black, 55-gallon drum-sized floats also have been found on Vancouver Island.

Ebbesmeyer and Ingraham spoke to more than 100 people at Peninsula College and brought the float with them, along with examples of other items that may be showing up on beaches in the next year.
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WUTS UP?

GETIN RADS?

AINT SEEN NOTIN YUT..I-EET..
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Re: First debris from Japanese earthquake/tsunami reaches Olympic Peninsula.
Japan debris field swirls towards Canada, U.S. West Coast "

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Fukushima poses long-term threat to ocean ecosystem

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Re: First debris from Japanese earthquake/tsunami reaches Olympic Peninsula.
PORT ANGELES The first piece of debris that could be identified as washing up on the West Coast from the March 11 tsunami in Japan a large black float was found on a Neah Bay beach two weeks ago, Seattle oceanographers Curtis Ebbesmeyer and Jim Ingraham said Tuesday night.

Since then, the two researchers, known as DriftBusters Inc. who have used flotsam to track wind and water currents in the Pacific since 1970 have learned that the black, 55-gallon drum-sized floats also have been found on Vancouver Island.

Ebbesmeyer and Ingraham spoke to more than 100 people at Peninsula College and brought the float with them, along with examples of other items that may be showing up on beaches in the next year.
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 Quoting: GonViral



ooo...lala..


Ebbesmeyer suggested local police take steps to have sensitive Geiger counters available to scan items just to be safe.

The event was unprecedented, and no one knows yet what levels of radiation, if any, items have picked up, he said.
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Whoever two starred this is an asshole and you know it.

Thanks for sharing this. This'll be a lesson gone unlearned.
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Whoever two starred this is an asshole and you know it.

Thanks for sharing this. This'll be a lesson gone unlearned.
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The Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant leaked a large amount of radiation into the water in the wake of the tsunami, and no one knows what levels of contamination there are in the currents, and the items being carried in those currents, he said.


Reporter Arwyn Rice can be reached at 360-417-3535
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Whoever two starred this is an asshole and you know it.

Thanks for sharing this. This'll be a lesson gone unlearned.
 Quoting: Children of the Atom


The Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant leaked a large amount of radiation into the water in the wake of the tsunami, and no one knows what levels of contamination there are in the currents, and the items being carried in those currents, he said.


Reporter Arwyn Rice can be reached at 360-417-3535
 Quoting: GonViral


The meltdown didn't occur until well after the tsunami.
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Re: First debris from Japanese earthquake/tsunami reaches Olympic Peninsula.
From the link:

"The rafts of debris include whole houses which may still contain many personal items, and the Japanese are known for storing important personal mementos in walls, Ebbesmeyer said."

WOW.
"There are known knowns. There are things we know we know. We also know there are known unknowns. That is to say, we know there are some things we do not know. But there are also unknown unknowns, the ones we don't know we don't know."
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And the oceans shall die.

puke
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My life has been wonderful between tragedies.
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Re: First debris from Japanese earthquake/tsunami reaches Olympic Peninsula.
Well, we all knew it was going to crop up somewhere...

What's sad is that there is no preparation at all being done for those further south.

Central America are probably eating radiation infected fish as the local fishermen don't follow the news...

The only thing to do is avoid the beaches, and don't eat anything that comes from the sea...
"Carpe Diem"
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And the oceans shall die.

:puke:
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they ARE dying and it started long before Japan's quake.
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Re: First debris from Japanese earthquake/tsunami reaches Olympic Peninsula.
Kill the mutants!

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It fell on one third of the rivers. Many people died because the waters were made bitter.





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