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Fukushima: Worst Wildlife Die-Off EVER Recorded ANYWHERE on EARTH Underway on West Coast

Discussion in 'Preparedness & Survival' started by 2A2Dend, Feb 10, 2016.

  1. 2A2Dend

    2A2Dend .. Well-Known Member

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    Watch and listen. There's plenty more, more recent sources and info in the right panel of the video below.
     
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  2. erudne

    erudne The Pie Matrix PPL Say Sleeping W/Your Rifle Is A bad Thing? Bronze Supporter

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    Meh
     
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  3. Certaindeaf

    Certaindeaf SE Portland Well-Known Member

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    Lol. That map kinda looks like that poor cryin injun of olde. didn't click
     
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  4. Sgt Nambu

    Sgt Nambu Oregon Bronze Supporter Bronze Supporter

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    This guy has to be the worst speaker in the history of sound! Jeeze!
     
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  5. rdb241

    rdb241 Puyallup Washington Gold Supporter Gold Supporter

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    DUH!:eek: News flash.....no wild life in a nuclear fallout zone.
     
  6. 2A2Dend

    2A2Dend .. Well-Known Member

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    Damn it to hell. Yes..I thought the guy was a joke! I couldn't resist..giving any and all that hunts, fish, clam digs, or any of the outdoor types would surely respond.

    This last seasons run of fish up the Puyallup river,.(167/ IE:River Rd)...if it were allowed... would have been bumper to bumper on the sides by the angling masses. It was near elbow to elbow and a fishermans frenzy!! I managed to get a few in my freezer...along with some nice Moss-Back razors :D
     
  7. albin25

    albin25 Lewiston Idaho Well-Known Member

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    Given how Gov't over-regulation has made it harder and harder to access many places from our forests to our shorelines, and many formerly easy access areas are now, or are being, closed to activities or require limited permits and fee payments to use them (or small parts of them). Also, how the people who still like to fish, hunt, camp out, or just go for a Sunday drive with the kids and grandparents are being vilified for everything from habitat destruction to overuse to stealing public land. More and more people are being forced into fewer and fewer areas that are getting smaller and smaller.
    Simple things like taking the family fishing is being priced and permitted to the point that many families and individuals can't afford it or simply can't be bothered.

    The result of pushing people away from the outdoors is that they are creating a population that knows nothing about the wild outdoors, never camped, never fished, never hunted, never tramped through the woods, never drove on a forest road, waded a stream, climbed a hill, walked on a shore or saw a tide pool. The result is, there will be nobody that knows the truth. If told that the pacific coast is devoid of life, the rocks catching fire and fish are growing feathers...they'll believe it...because the only shore they've seen is in a picture, the only rock they've seen is behind glass, and the only fish they've ever held was in a can.

    Years ago my Dad decided to get rid of his camping gear because he was fed up with being crowded into fewer places with more people...
    ...He called it "concentration camping".
     
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  8. rdb241

    rdb241 Puyallup Washington Gold Supporter Gold Supporter

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    Seriously, what is Soooooo appealing to go "combat" fishing. I would really like to fish and catch a steelhead or two. But won't for that reason. Can you imagine deer hunting like that. Then somebodies line crosses somebody else and then a fight starts while you are trying to enjoy a fishing trip.
    I can not fish like this.

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  9. Sgt Nambu

    Sgt Nambu Oregon Bronze Supporter Bronze Supporter

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    One of the main reasons I gave up fishing years ago! I've caught enough salmon and steelhead. I don't care to eat salmonoids anyway! Yuck!
     
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  10. David Bowman

    David Bowman Beaverton OR Archer Defense Concepts

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    As is usual with many people, the maker of this commits the fallacy of believing that history began with them. I am certain that this wildlife "die off" is only the "worst ever in history" only since they were born. I do not doubt that it may be bad, but to say it is the worst is someone getting a case of the vapors.

    St. Helens eruption blew up a large chunk of PNW land, taking off the top of a mountain and laying waste to entire populations of wild game.

    The eruption of Krakatoa was the loudest sound ever recorded (from oceans away) and left a 15 foot deep layer of pumice stone floating in the ocean around what was the island. My guess is the shock wave traveling through the air across/underwater destroyed a good portion of the wildlife in the immediate blast zone.

    And don't forget the death of dinosaurs somewhere in our earth's history.

    These are just three of at least a dozen events of great magnitude that happened before everyone could record their life and times with an iPhone or a Go Pro camera.
     
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  11. rdb241

    rdb241 Puyallup Washington Gold Supporter Gold Supporter

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    The Tunguska event was a large explosion that occurred near the Stony Tunguska River, in Yeniseysk Governorate, now Krasnoyarsk Krai, Russian Empire, on the morning of 30 June 1908 (N.S.).[1][2] The explosion over the sparsely populated Eastern Siberian Taiga flattened 2,000 km2 (770 sq mi) of forest and caused no known casualties. The cause of the explosion is generally thought to have been a meteor. It is classified as an impact event, even though no impact crater has been found; the meteor is thought to have burst in mid-air at an altitude of 5 to 10 kilometres (3 to 6 miles) rather than hit the surface of the Earth.[3] Different studies have yielded varying estimates of the superbolide's size, on the order of 60 to 190 metres (200 to 620 feet), depending on whether the meteor was a comet or a denser asteroid.[4] It is considered the largest impact event on Earth in recorded history.



    How much wildlife do you think this destroyed?
     
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  12. DuneHopper

    DuneHopper Douglas County. Well-Known Member

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    LOL the guy in the first picture looking up looks like Micheal Moore LOL
     
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