Pacific Ocean is “Turning Into a Desert”.
Many point to Fukushima but could it be unusual warm Pacific water?
Another possibility is the intensive, daily spray of chemical contrails containing pollutants and heavy metals over the past decade that are poisoning the ocean environment. As if to continue the coverup, the President and his government agencies have refrained from issuing a definitive report on the reasons for the obvious holocaust of marine life and endangerment of the food chain.
With increasing realization that earth is undergoing a mass extinction, world economies could collapse as populations finally realize the devastating impact on the global food supply brought about by reckless corporate greed.
WASHINGTON POST: “Earth is on brink of a sixth mass extinction, scientists say, and it’s humans’ fault”
It was the dying cry of Charlton Heston in the creepy 1973 film Soylent Green… and it could resemble our desperate near future.
The ocean is dying, by all accounts – and if so, the food supply along with it. The causes are numerous, and overlapping. And massive numbers of wild animal populations are dying as a result of it.
Natural causes in the environment are partly to blame; so too are the corporations of man; the effects of Fukushima, unleashing untold levels of radiation into the ocean and onto Pacific shores; the cumulative effect of modern chemicals and agricultural waste tainting the water and disrupting reproduction.
A startling new report says in no uncertain terms that the Pacific Ocean off the California coast is turning into a desert. Once full of life, it is now becoming barren, and marine mammals, seabirds and fish are starving as a result. According to Ocean Health:
The waters of the Pacific off the coast of California are a clear, shimmering blue today, so transparent it’s possible to see the sandy bottom below […] clear water is a sign that the ocean is turning into a desert, and the chain reaction that causes that bitter clarity is perhaps most obvious on the beaches of the Golden State, where thousands of emaciated sea lion pups are stranded.
Over the last three years, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) has noticed a growing number of strandings on the beaches of California and up into the Pacific north-west. In 2013, 1,171 sea lions were stranded, and 2,700 have already stranded in 2015 – a sign that something is seriously wrong, as pups don’t normally wind up on their own until later in the spring and early summer.
“[An unusually large number of sea lions stranding in 2013 was a red flag] there was a food availability problem even before the ocean got warm.”Johnson: This has never happened before… It’s incredible. It’s so unusual, and there’s no really good explanation for it. There’s also a good chance that the problem will continue, said a NOAA research scientist in climatology, Nate Mantua.
KCTS 9 Report, June, 2014: Dying Starfish on West Coast: What’s causing Sea Star Wasting Syndrome?
KPBS (2013): Sea Star Wasting Syndrome Killing Thousands of Starfish