Category Archives: Fukushima

The Oceans Are Dying

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The Oceans Are Dying

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Waters Made Bitter: A Third Of The Great Barrier Reef Is Now Dead- ‘Australia’ Censors UN Climate Report

In the most extreme mass bleaching event ever to have hit the Great Barrier Reef, scientists from James Cook University have confirmed that over a third of corals in the northern and central regions of the World Heritage Site are

Waters Made Bitter: A Third Of The Great Barrier Reef Is Now Dead- ‘Australia’ Censors UN Climate Report

In the most extreme mass bleaching event ever to have hit the Great Barrier Reef, scientists from James Cook University have confirmed that over a third of corals in the northern and central regions of the World Heritage Site are

Marine Die-Offs Accelerate Across The Globe, And No One Seems To Know Why

May 2016 – MARINE HEALTH – 35 tons of dead fish washed up in a lake in China. A researcher with the Haikou Oceanic and Fishery Bureau, Lu Yongliang, said the fish came from the larger Nandu River, and were swept

Marine Die-Offs Accelerate Across The Globe, And No One Seems To Know Why

May 2016 – MARINE HEALTH – 35 tons of dead fish washed up in a lake in China. A researcher with the Haikou Oceanic and Fishery Bureau, Lu Yongliang, said the fish came from the larger Nandu River, and were swept

Fingerprint Scanners Gaining Popularity In Public Schools

GENEVA, Ill. – Students and faculty at Harrison Street Elementary School just love the new thumbprint scanner in the school’s lunch line, but civil rights experts are warning parents about serious privacy concerns with the technology. The Geneva Unit District

Fingerprint Scanners Gaining Popularity In Public Schools

GENEVA, Ill. – Students and faculty at Harrison Street Elementary School just love the new thumbprint scanner in the school’s lunch line, but civil rights experts are warning parents about serious privacy concerns with the technology. The Geneva Unit District

Wave Of Dead Sea Creatures Hits Chile Beach

Heaps of dead whales, salmon and sardines blamed on the El Nino freak weather phenomenon have clogged Chile’s Pacific beaches in recent months. Last year, scientists were shocked when more than 300 whales turned up dead on remote bays of

Wave Of Dead Sea Creatures Hits Chile Beach

Heaps of dead whales, salmon and sardines blamed on the El Nino freak weather phenomenon have clogged Chile’s Pacific beaches in recent months. Last year, scientists were shocked when more than 300 whales turned up dead on remote bays of

Kyushu Earthquake Swarm Raises Concerns For Nuclear Plant Safety

Kyushu Electric Power Co. staff restart the No.2 reactor at the central control room of the Sendai Nuclear Power Plant on October 15, 2015 in Satsumasendai, Kagoshima, Japan. The No. 2 reactor was the second to come back online in

Kyushu Earthquake Swarm Raises Concerns For Nuclear Plant Safety

Kyushu Electric Power Co. staff restart the No.2 reactor at the central control room of the Sendai Nuclear Power Plant on October 15, 2015 in Satsumasendai, Kagoshima, Japan. The No. 2 reactor was the second to come back online in