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Greetings:

Have you seen this debris?

16 October 2011
Tsunami Debris Found 3,000 km Out To Sea



PHOTO: Houses, cars and boats were swept out to sea in the tsunami that engulfed Japan in March (Yomiuri: Reuters)

Coming soon to a beach near you?

Probably not, unless you live on the West Coast of North America.

Evidently, TPTB seem to have misplaced/lost/forgot about/intentionally buried this information.

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A crew onboard a Russian ship has spotted debris from Japan's tsunami floating 3,000 kilometres out into the Pacific.

It is believed to be the first confirmed sighting of tsunami debris so far out into the ocean.

Yeah, right.

Too many qualifiers in that statement for starters... first - confirmed - so far out...

Accepting the term "first," leaves confirmed - have there been unconfirmed reports of this ecological disaster?

And so far out - meaning that there may have been/were sightings/reports closer in?

They would like to have one believe that NOAA, EPA, Navy Space Command, Dept. of Fisheries, etc. have no clue of where this/these thing/s is/are.

Let's help our country!

We propose a "treasure hunt" - find the debris island/s - and perhaps name them yourself - just like comets.

Just think: Debris Island #2 - (your name here) or something like that.

We propose this naming contest of this and future debris islands to commence now.

We propose this for this first one:

American Resource Island One

Wouldn't want them Commies sneaking in and stealing OUR island - after all, Japan sent it to US.

Perhaps we can track it/them like satellites and the military will grant us access to float paths and ETA America - and where.

Since this debris might be radioactive to some degree, (Gee, Wally, will the EPA/USGOV release this information before Christmas?), it might not be prudent to launch the The Raging Queen to sail out and claim such island for recycling just at this moment.

Claim it & Name it!

Besides, if you wait, the island will continue to come closer so as to make the return trip with ships laden with those valuable recyclables less costly. You just pull up along side an island with your sea-worthy MRF on barges, claim it, name it and go to work.

Just think of the possibilities!

FREE resources... just look at what you may find:

[uote]Among the wreckage was a television set, a refrigerator and a small boat registered in Fukushima.

The crew of the Russian ship recovered the boat and is now trying to trace its Japanese owner.[/quote]
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Members of the US Navy's 7th fleet, near the coast of Japan, say they've never seen anything like it. Houses, cars, even tractor trailers bobbing in the ocean have become a threat to shipping traffic.

"It's very challenging to move through these to consider these boats run on propellers and that these fishing nets or other debris can be dangerous to the vessels that are actually trying to do the work," Ensign Vernon Dennis said. "So getting through some of these obstacles doesn't make much sense if you are going to actually cause more debris by having your own vessel become stuck in one of these waterways."

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Wonder what a salt-encrusted Peterbilt is worth “offshore?”

Is this another elephant in the room that has been merely overlooked or simply swept under the rug?

With the collective intellect and investigative talent of the members here on ATS, it shouldn't be too hard to track this/these looming disasters?

Wonder if a satellite-based thermal imaging system would be of any help here?

zorgon, what about those milsats you hacked and/or were granted access to? Any thermal imaging technology out there available? Care to provide any of those pics you're hoarding, just waiting to be asked for?

What about access to those satellites that got those great hi-res photos of Fukushima Dai-ichi?

Although, one might postulate that there already have been tracking devices implanted on these floating islands of death - after all, wouldn't that have been the prudent thing to do once they knew these blobs existed?

But then, if one began back-tracking and connecting the dots on this wriggling tentacle and were able to prove that these tracking devices are, in fact, in place, and/or information - (other that released here by ABC (Australian Broadcasting Company) News - exists that proves this story just another spin within a spin) that would indicate another conspiracy (within a conspiracy - how many layers does this particularly odiferous onion have ?), designed to disenfranchise the world populace of potentially significant information that might mean the difference in life as we experience it now or a poisoned landscape and a slow, agonizing death by continual radiation poisoning from the multiple melt-throughs at Fukushima Dai-ichi 24/7/365.




Read more of our October 2011 story here...

Fukushima Tsunami Debris Found 5,200 km From San Francisco - ETA America When?

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Re: Fukushima Tsunami Meltdown Debris Field ETA America Summer 2012?
« Reply #1 on: May 24, 2012, 10:36:46 PM »
Oh joy.  I had been hearing of debris floating up on Our shores that were attributed to Fukushima.  But nothing like this.

I want to name that one in the pic, Amatarasu's Fire Island.
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Re: Fukushima Tsunami Meltdown Debris Field ETA America Summer 2012?
« Reply #2 on: May 24, 2012, 11:52:34 PM »
If the Navy saw this stuff, why not fire off a few rounds as target practice and sink it. They love to blow stuff up. They do it all the time. Bring in a few super carriers and let the fly boys at it too.
 
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Re: Fukushima Tsunami Meltdown Debris Field ETA America Summer 2012?
« Reply #3 on: May 25, 2012, 04:05:30 PM »
Originally posted by thorfourwinds 7 December 2011
Debris Island

Greetings:

Perhaps an update/recap on this impending environmental crisis is due.

Let's review some MSM coverage in chronological order to understand what is being foisted upon an unsuspecting public...

From over a year ago:

8 April 2011
Japanese tsunami debris to reach West Coast in 2014

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...According to modelling by Nikolai Maximenko and Jan Hafner at the International Pacific Research Center at the University of Hawaii, the trash could reach Hawaii's main island by March 2013, before eventually washing ashore on the West Coast in 2014...





11 April 2011
Japan tsunami debris headed towards U.S...

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...The huge mass of an ocean debris field from the tsunami in Japan is headed towards the West Coast and Hawaii. The ruins of houses, cars, trees along with human remains are just some of the things contained in this floating island.

When the debris field hits the U.S. shores, some very disturbing and grisly findings could be among the garbage that floats in, according to NPR.





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This U.S. Navy photo shows, from above, debris in the coastal waters off Japan on March 13. Tires and parts of buildings are among the things floating. (MC3 Dylan McCord/AP)

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Vancouver News reports that a floating island, of bodies and debris is causing chaos in Pacific shipping lanes.

This island is approximately 70 miles long and just one of the many islands of floating debris in the Pacific right now headed toward the US coast.





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The debris mass, which appears as an island from the air, contains cars, trucks, tractors, boats and entire houses floating in the current heading toward the U.S. and Canada, according to ABC News.

Over 200,000 buildings were washed away by the tsunami with their debris included in this field of garbage floating towards the U.S. and Canada.




30 June 2011
Floating debris washed out to sea from the Japanese tsunami is expected to reach Hawaii's albatross islands next year

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The effects of this debris on the albatross populations of the North Pacific will only become known in time.

Already, they are at risk from ingesting small floating plastic items (such as cigarette lighters, toothbrushes and toy soldiers) which they mistake for food. 

These items are then regurgitated to their chicks, causing deaths among Laysan Phoebastria immutabilis and Black-footed P. nigripes Albatrosses at such breeding sites as Kure and Midway Atolls.



Black-footed Albatross. Photograph by James Lloyd


15 October 2011
Floating Japanese Boat Picked Up near Midway Islands

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...The boat of about six meters long was found among an array of debris such as home appliances about 3,200 kilometers away from Japan on Sept. 22, about six months after the disaster, according to the University of Hawaii's International Pacific Research Center.





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The boat, picked up by a Russian ship while in training, had a Japanese word reading Fukushima written on its body, according to the research center.

The boat had a "normal" radiation level, posing no imminent threat to human health, according to the research center.

The debris is expected to reach the shore of Hawaiian islands as early as January.





24 October 2011
Floating Island of Debris Headed to the West Coast

March 11, 2011
Tsunami waves crash over Japan, wiping out entire communities, sweeping everything that isn't nailed down out to sea: 200,000 houses, cars, boats, refrigerators, furniture...

You name it...

And this is where it all is today...

Giant fields of floating debris in the middle of the Pacific Ocean...

Coming to a beach near you?


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Re: Fukushima Tsunami Meltdown Debris Field ETA America Summer 2012?
« Reply #4 on: May 25, 2012, 04:21:33 PM »
24 October 2011
Floating Island of Debris Headed to the West Coast

Giant fields of floating debris in the middle of the Pacific Ocean.

U.S. Navy ships have had to steer around the islands of garbage, and now the discovery that it's moving faster than scientists had expected.

They now project some of it will hit the Midway Islands by January.

Currents would sweep it to the U.S. west coast in 2013, and back to the main Hawaiian islands in 2014 and 2015...





25 October 2011
Tsunami Debris Floating Fast Toward Hawaii : Discovery News

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...“Different objects are moving at different speeds. Lighter objects are positioned higher in the water and are more influenced by wind,” Hafner said. “Our model is more suitable for heavy objects.”

A chunk of Styrofoam sits so high above the water, it acts as a sail and is whisked along by the wind, whereas a piece of wooden furniture is only moved by the ocean currents.

The new estimate is that lighter objects like Styrofoam will surf onto Midway's beaches this coming winter. Japanese debris won't hit Hawaii until early 2013, a few months earlier than expected.

The West Coast still probably won't see debris until approximately five years after the tsunami originally struck...





4 November 2011
SPECIAL REPORT: Tsunami Trash: Adrift to Hawaii - Hawaii News ...

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More than 20 million tons of trash was deposited into the Pacific Ocean last March when a tsunami ravaged coastal areas around Japan, a mind-boggling amount considering that's around ten times the amount that usually winds up in the Pacific each year.

Scientists believe some of that trash is floating towards the Hawaiian Islands, and concern for Hawaii's environment and our maritime industry is growing...





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"Does it make sense to go out and get it and handle it at sea?

People are asking, industry folks are asking.

Or is it like some folks have said, and just wait until it hits us."

Intensifying the problem is the fact that this is just the beginning of this story.

Maximenko believes the tsunami trash will hit us more than once...

22 November 2011
Tsunami Debris Could Hit Mid-Pacific Island Soon

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...The researchers say it is a common misconception that the debris is in a compact area, which would make it easy to track via satellites in space or other monitoring equipment.

Instead, oceanographers estimate the debris field is approximately 3,700 kilometers (2,300 miles) long and 1,800 kilometers (1,100 miles) wide.??

Officials of agencies responsible for the Pacific Ocean environment say they are still grappling with how to formulate mitigation plans after learning some of the mess could begin accumulating on west-facing beaches of the Hawaiian islands as soon as March, 2012...

'This influx of tsunami debris, it's hard to tell right now exactly the beginning and the end.

But based on our kind of statistical predictions we expect to see the tsunami debris for less than one year from about September, 2013 on the West Coast,' Hafner said...



Marine debris on the Hawaiian coast (Image Credit: NOAA)


May we pose this question?

Are we going to sit idly by and wait until these debris islands invade the Hawaiian Islands and then the West Coast of North America all the way from San Diego to Vancouver, B.C.?

Hell no, we won’t glow!

Damn the torpedoes and full speed ahead!


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Re: Fukushima Tsunami Meltdown Debris Field ETA America Summer 2012?
« Reply #5 on: May 25, 2012, 05:03:25 PM »
Oh joy.  I had been hearing of debris floating up on Our shores that were attributed to Fukushima.  But nothing like this.

I want to name that one in the pic, Amaterasu's Fire Island.

Greetings:

So be it.

Here is a plan to develop your newly-acquired real estate...

Are we going to wait until these debris islands invade the Hawaiian Islands and then the West Coast of North America all the way from San Diego to Vancouver, B.C.?

Or, are there any ideas to meet this challenge on the high seas before possible irreparable damage is done to the fragile eco-culture that now flourishes on the West Coast of America?

We thinks it was perhaps a few pages back where we suggested a floating materials recycling facility (MRF). Replace the dump truck with a few purpose-fitted tugboats (that towed the MRF-on-a-barge to Amaterasu's Fire Island.), pull up alongside the resource debris island, and go to work.







Here's a MRF for the recycling of domestic waste.

Materials recovery facility - Wikipedia


Or something like this:

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The Materials Recovery Facility uses single stream technology to automatically sort the paper, plastic, cans and glass collected at curbside in San José.





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1.   As incoming material moves along a conveyer belt, workers pull out large items, cardboard and plastic bags and toss them into bins. Unusable trash is thrown away.

   2.   The recyclables move into a double-deck screening machine that separates newspapers, mixed paper and containers into separate streams. Material bounces over rows of square wheels spinning 1,000 times per minute. Blasts of air dislodge cans and bottles from newspapers. Gaps between rollers allow smaller items to fall onto conveyer belts.

   3.   Workers again pull out any trash and discard it.

   4.   Next is the trommel-mag - a large, rotating tube with small holes in the sides and an electromagnet at one end. Small items such as bottle caps fall through holes. The electromagnet snags tin cans. Then it's on to the air classifier, where a powerful fan blows lightweight aluminum and plastic onto one conveyer, and heavier glass falls onto another. Workers sort glass and plastics.

   5.   An electromagnetic device diverts aluminum cans into a storage bin.

Garbage & Recycling - Materials Recovery Facility (MRF

Or even just a few balers for plastic and process the bales back on the mainland.









Let's suppose you can get $0.30/Lbs for Scrap Plastic.

A 10” cylinder baler would produce at the minimum 1,400 lb. bales of LDPE @ $420/bale; 1,000 bales = $420,000.





and probably 1,000+ lbs. bales of HDPE; @ $300/bale; 1,000 bales = $300,000.

2,000 mixed bales = approximately three-quarters of a million dollars.

$750,000.00

One would be willing to bet that there are some very big players thinking about this with that kind of money on the table.

Wonder what the legal aspect of a venture of this type would be.

Can one just "claim" all or part of a debris island?

Do the laws of the high seas apply and it can be claimed as salvage?

Can one even find it?








How big is your transport ship?





How many bales fit in a container?

How many containers fit on your transport ship?


Something... anything pro-active.

How about a team of like-minded individuals to look into this as an opportunity to provide a much-needed service that should actually be more than self-sustaining?

After all, we start with (free) resources being delivered closer to our shores everyday.

By natural selection, won’t these islands will have “organized” themselves into like-masses, if you will?

Please add your ideas here in this thread so that others may see the light and help to implement THE PLAN TO SAVE AMERICA FROM FUKUSHIMA (again).






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Re: Fukushima Tsunami Meltdown Debris Field ETA America Summer 2012?
« Reply #6 on: May 25, 2012, 08:15:04 PM »
I like all of Your ideas, Thor.  I wish I was in a position to implement them on Amaterasu's Fire Island.  [sigh]
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Re: Fukushima Tsunami Meltdown Debris Field ETA America Summer 2012?
« Reply #7 on: May 26, 2012, 01:44:42 PM »
Nice...free land, come one and all! Bring a bucket!
Its pretty obvious as with any tsunami there will be a floating debris patch, but what isnt on top is on the bottom and in the entire water table. Think of the heavier than water items that have been strewn along the bottom as these items sink and biodegrade.
Heavy metals, toxic waste, and a whole host of things that have ended up on the bottom are down ther, and spread far and wide!
Also, what about all the oil based products like plastic and such? They will be around forever, and will never biodegrade in our lifetime.
Of course, one has to wonder...what part of the debris is actual radioactive material, and not just radiated junk? If there is a lot of radioactive material mixed in, will the rest of the debris keep it afloat until it reaches here?
I picture a block of exposed plutonium, in a rusted barrel, floating over to me while Im at the beach, and saying, Hello, let me kill you! Argh!

I guarantee some of that floating pile is actual radioactive fuel and waste, whether in barrels, or kept afloat by the other stuff around it, to be delivered to our coasts, and Hawaii as well.

Geiger counters? Get em if you can!

Heres what we do with our trash in Pinellas County, Fl. it wont save the world, but it is a definite way to make a difference.
http://www.pinellascounty.org/utilities/wte.htm

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Re: Fukushima Tsunami Meltdown Debris Field ETA America Summer 2012?
« Reply #8 on: May 27, 2012, 12:45:09 PM »
Nice...free land, come one and all! Bring a bucket!

Its pretty obvious as with any tsunami there will be a floating debris patch, but what isnt on top is on the bottom and in the entire water table. Think of the heavier than water items that have been strewn along the bottom as these items sink and biodegrade.

Heavy metals, toxic waste, and a whole host of things that have ended up on the bottom are down ther, and spread far and wide!

Also, what about all the oil based products like plastic and such? They will be around forever, and will never biodegrade in our lifetime.

Of course, one has to wonder...what part of the debris is actual radioactive material, and not just radiated junk? If there is a lot of radioactive material mixed in, will the rest of the debris keep it afloat until it reaches here?

I picture a block of exposed plutonium, in a rusted barrel, floating over to me while Im at the beach, and saying, Hello, let me kill you! Argh!

I guarantee some of that floating pile is actual radioactive fuel and waste, whether in barrels, or kept afloat by the other stuff around it, to be delivered to our coasts, and Hawaii as well.

Geiger counters? Get em if you can!

Heres what we do with our trash in Pinellas County, Fl. it wont save the world, but it is a definite way to make a difference.

http://www.pinellascounty.org/utilities/wte.htm

Cheers!
Littleenki

Greetings:


Originally posted by zworld
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This from our friend zworld:

Interesting discussion.

I’d forgotten about that stuff.

And yes, it is highly radiated, even the stuff that came out with the first tsunami waves and far removed from Fukushima. It was radiated by the atmospheric plumes that emitted continuously since March 12th and that researchers believe carried 90% of Fukushima's radiation away from Japan and over the Pacific Ocean.

The path that these plumes followed mirrored the path of the current dispersion patterns that the debris is taking east into the Pacific. This debris in fact could be the most radiated debris on the planet right now.

Picture the plume that came out of Fukushima on March 18th and 19th. It was a massive surge that dispersed with the winds directly over the top of the debris fields heading east from the tsunami. And it was raining lightly at the time. Much of this plume dispersed on top of that debris field. How much stuck we will probably never know.

The debris field is simulated to be the size of California. Its headed straight for the British Columbia-sized Garbage Patch.

Will one stop the other, side swipe, miss completely, or push both towards the West Coast?

No one knows.

http://beachcombersalert.blogspot.com/
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OSCURS (Ocean Surface CURrent Simulator) computations showed the locations of the debris field as of October 31, 2011.

OSCURS, as well as independent simulations from the University of Hawaii, showed the debris field stretched over an area the size of the state of California.

Winds and currents had pushed the leading edge of the debris field, the flotsam closest to America, half way across the Pacific to a position north of Hawaii.





However, all of this debris has to first make it past America's frontline defense for this type of invasion, our Garbage Patch. It is more massive than the debris field that is approaching, and is locked in position it seems.

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The two regions where most drifters collect or converge are in the eastern North and South Pacific. In the North Pacific this place lies between Hawaii and California and has been recently identified as the location of the Great Floating Garbage Patch, a huge cluster of partly defragmented plastic and ghost nets and other flotsam endangering marine life.



Good grief, Charlie Brown!

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Re: Fukushima Tsunami Meltdown Debris Field ETA America Summer 2012?
« Reply #9 on: May 28, 2012, 05:44:46 AM »
I feel like a piece of cheap bologna sandwiched between two garbage patch slices of stale bread! Good grief is right!

What troubles me, is the willingness of our leaders to accept the fact that a garbage patch even exists at all.
I mean, damn folks, doesnt that show us our ways of disposal and sanitation are wrong and half assed?

Radiation aside, how long can our fineleaders ignore these insnae anomalies of our current world? How can they justify the status quo, as the piles grow bigger and bigger?

Have any of you ever heard of this place , in West central Florida, where we have a cutting edge refuse to energy plant?
http://www.pinellascounty.org/utilities/wte-diagrams.htm
Its the new era for garbage disposal, and the tech is a must for us as humans.

We must learn to return the mass we create as garbage to the environment in a safer way, and recycle the rest with a near lunatic level of passion for such ideas.
Tell your local leaders about this tech and how you want it for your city! We did, and lo and behold, they built it!

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Re: Fukushima Tsunami Meltdown Debris Field ETA America Summer 2012?
« Reply #10 on: May 28, 2012, 06:32:20 AM »
Dave...  You ask, "how long can our fineleaders ignore these insnae anomalies of our current world? How can they justify the status quo, as the piles grow bigger and bigger?"

The leaders We see are puppets.  The hidden TRUE leaders WANT this.  They don't care about Us and the planet as a whole - not in the short term.  They want to eliminate most of Us, enslave the rest, scour the planet, reseed it with the seeds in the Norway seed bank, and start something They control completely.

Whether any "leader" We sees cares or not...Their hands are tied to the puppet master's strings.
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Re: Fukushima Tsunami Meltdown Debris Field ETA America Summer 2012?
« Reply #11 on: May 28, 2012, 07:00:05 AM »
Dave...  You ask, "how long can our fineleaders ignore these insnae anomalies of our current world? How can they justify the status quo, as the piles grow bigger and bigger?"

The leaders We see are puppets.  The hidden TRUE leaders WANT this.  They don't care about Us and the planet as a whole - not in the short term.  They want to eliminate most of Us, enslave the rest, scour the planet, reseed it with the seeds in the Norway seed bank, and start something They control completely.

Whether any "leader" We sees cares or not...Their hands are tied to the puppet master's strings.
Yep! Right you are, Amy, but we as people have only so much we can do to make a difference, so we are destined to become dinner for those puppets one day.Nope, not me!

I truly feel leaders are thrust into positions they have no experience for, or clue, as to how to achieve anything to benefit their constituents,and enter public service as a result of the collective desire of all of us to find a savior. We vote for the least evil option, and usually get the most after all is said and done.

They get molded into our worst fears.

As an advocate for free thinking and the collective conscious, I see the use of leaders as a set of tools to shape us and allow us to build and create infrastructures that have no use to any of us, but do to the PTB. We are the sheep and they are the shepherds, and as the Bible said, we should follow the shepherd, right? NOT!

As far as an illuminati or another group of humans or even EBE's, it seems something horrible is trying to destroy us from the inside out, and use us against ourselves like the two chaps in the rockem sockem robot game. Watching us kill and murder our neighbors with impunity and all the while thinking..."I should make some popcorn for this big show"

We are the leaders and we are the PTB when it comes to our minds, and for us to give up and roll over for them to control such, is unacceptable. We have the sharpest tool in the shed, with our collective, and should start using it right away.

Our Friday Flight was successful on a tiny level, but could grow to an exponentially greater course of action if we try. I challenge everyone who reads this, to join Amy, myself, and the others who have silently joined into the FF trip at midnight EST, and ask yourself what you want from you world and fellow man.And while there, tell it what you want!

If we begin to change the collective mindset, it would be the proverbial snowball rolling down the mountain. if we attempt to do something with the tools we have, our minds, we can make a change. Overwhelm the bad and negative thoughts with good and pure ones, and see the difference a little effort makes.

Stop pushing the stalled lawnmower through the grass, and let's start the damn thing and get the lawn mowed!!!!

I know youre with me, Amy, and each friday so far, Ive felt a presence of many with me as I enjoy the peaceful time together in that big room full of murmurs, and maybe everyone here can see what weve seen on that midnight run!

If we try to take back our minds and fail, it's ok, because we tried, and thats the name of the game...dont be a sheep, and dont become the next meal for the PTB and their wicked dinner plan!

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Re: Fukushima Tsunami Meltdown Debris Field ETA America Summer 2012?
« Reply #12 on: May 28, 2012, 07:16:10 AM »
I have good expectations that others will join Us, Dave.  [smile]  And I expect We will win.
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Re: Fukushima Tsunami Meltdown Debris Field ETA America Summer 2012?
« Reply #13 on: May 28, 2012, 07:30:37 AM »
I have good expectations that others will join Us, Dave.  [smile]  And I expect We will win.
BIG SMILE!
We will win, and it's that positive power that will be our rolling thunder, over the evil entities we so have become oppresed by!

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Re: Fukushima Tsunami Meltdown Debris Field ETA America Summer 2012?
« Reply #14 on: June 24, 2012, 12:10:02 PM »

UPDATE

Fukushima Tsunami Debris
24 June 2012






Beach crews will hunt tsunami debris beginning Monday

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OLYMPIA — The state Department of Ecology on Monday will begin its first efforts to locate and remove debris that has arrived on the coasts since the March 11, 2011, Japanese tsunami — but only on southern Washington beaches.

Ecology will deploy three six-member crews from the Washington Conservation Corps to some of the beaches where possible tsunami debris has been reported.

Those beaches include North Beach from Moclips to Ocean Shores, South Beach from Westport to Washaway Beach, and the Long Beach Peninsula.


“It’s the first volley,” said Linda Kent, spokeswoman for Ecology.

We’re going to see what we can do and what we encounter.”

...

The crews have been contracted for four days to assess the extent of the debris and need for further removal efforts.

The Conservation Corps’ AmeriCorps members and staff will work with community volunteers and staff from the state Parks and Recreation Commission to identify and remove debris.

The state Department of Health believes it is highly unlikely any tsunami debris is radioactive, but it is considered possible that containers with hazardous materials such as oil drums or fuel canisters will wash ashore.

In such cases, those who discover the items are urged to refrain from touching or trying to remove them.




Reporter Arwyn Rice can be reached at 360-452-2345, ext. 5070, or at arwyn.rice@peninsuladailynews.com.

Last modified: June 23. 2012 5:23PM



Contact phone numbers

Instead, anyone encountering oil or hazardous materials on state beaches should phone 800-OILS-911 (800-645-7911).

Other numbers are the National Response Center at 800-424-8802 and the state Military Department Emergency Management Division at 800-258-5990.

If boaters encounter large debris items still in the water, phone the National Response Center at 800-424-8802.

Members of the public are requested to report debris sightings to NOAA at disasterdebris@noaa.gov.

Ecology’s guide for what to do when encountering tsunami debris is at http://tinyurl.com/debrisguide.

For details on marine debris, visit www.marinedebris.noaa.gov/tsunamidebris.






Tsunami Debris Cleanup: Everybody do your share


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Goshi Hosono, the Japanese Environment Minister announced that Japan will send a team of experts from JEAN, a Tokyo-based non-governmental organization that deals with ocean waste problems, to the United States to study and monitor the impact of debris from the 2011 earthquake and tsunami as it reaches shores on the west coast.

Hosono said addressing the issue of tsunami debris hitting overseas coasts is quite important, and the government will help affected areas to tackle the problem.


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According to modelling by Nikolai Maximenko and Jan Hafner at the International Pacific Research Center at the University of Hawaii, the trash could reach Hawaii’s main island by March 2013, before eventually washing ashore on the West Coast in 2014.

Observers in the region have already seen whole buildings, boats and cars floating off the coast of Eastern Japan. Experts say storms will likely break apart more fragile debris, but that sturdier items, like boats, could reach the beaches intact.


In a year, the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands Marine National Monument will see pieces washing up on its shores.

In two years, the remaining Hawaiian islands will see some effects,” the researchers said in a statement on their website.

In three years, the plume will reach the U.S. West Coast, dumping debris on Californian beaches and the beaches of British Columbia, Alaska and Baja California.

The debris will then drift into the famous North Pacific garbage patch, where it will wander around and break into smaller and smaller pieces,” they said.

"In five years, Hawaii shores can expect to see another barrage of debris that is stronger and longer lasting than the first one.

Much of the debris leaving the North Pacific garbage patch ends up on Hawaii’s reefs and beaches.”
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The Japanese Tsunami Debris Field

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Officials estimate about 5 million tons of debris was carried away in the tsunami.

Currently, the bulk of the debris is north of Hawaii, it is estimated that 70 percent of the 5 million tons sank near Japan, whatever is washing up now is only a reminder of the pending arrivals which should peak sometime in late 2013 or even later.

It is estimated that over 1.5 million tons of debris is still drifting in the Pacific, recently a portion of a destroyed house was washed up near the northwestern tip of the Olympic Peninsula, about 120 miles west of Seattle on the Makah Indian Reservation, the most recent bizarre offering of the sea.

Didn't the Makah just get $25 million from the USGOV? (We, the people)?

Mayhaps they want an investment opportunity.
 

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Other notable objects have included a boat, which was sunk, another boat which washed ashore at Cape Disappointment State Park, a freight container containing a motorcycle, a 66 foot dock (which cost over $80,000 to have the structure removed from the beach), the list continues to grow.

Somebody got over on that one. The salvage value of the steel alone is more than that.

Seems to us that ‘beach clean-up and recovery' just might be a booming business... how about funding from the Makah Indians?

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But new scientific models from the U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration have some debris passing near or washing ashore the Hawaiian Islands as early as this winter, then approaching Canada's coast in 2013 before circling back to the mid-Pacific.





Tsunami debris threatens NW Jobs and Wildlife

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Ocean debris is an ongoing problem for marine life around the world. Debris from the Japanese tsunami in March is amplifying the problem and is headed toward the Northwest.

By 2014, an incalculable amount of debris will arrive near Washington State.

Sen. Maria Cantwell says that the debris is a threat to jobs and economic security in Washington State. She urged the Senate to help fund tsunami debris cleanup.




(Photo courtesy of Shawn Alladio)

The kind of debris potentially on its way across the Pacific Ocean.

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Scientists and activists have been working for years to rid oceans of toxic marine debris.
Groups like NOAA and Andrea Neal’s Blue Ocean Science have been heavily involved in marine debris cleanup. But, even without tsunami debris from Japan, expeditions to clean debris have difficult to fund.

Maria Cantwell’s plea to the Senate was successful, in part.

“From her efforts, funds have been allocated to NOAA to be given to other organizations,” said Neal.

“Those funds have not been allocated yet, and it’s a long lengthy process.”


Sounds like the usual feet-dragging...
so let's go look at 'our' representatives at work:






NOAA Habitat Conservation

Marine Debris



Through NOAA's Marine Debris Program, the NOAA Restoration Center administers the Community-based Marine Debris Prevention and Removal Grants Program. This funding supports locally driven, community-based marine debris prevention and removal projects that benefit coastal habitat, waterways, and wildlife including migratory fish.

With this grant program, NOAA has funded 64 marine debris removal projects and removed more than 3,200 metric tons of marine debris from our oceans since 2006.

About Marine Debris

Marine debris is a global problem that affects the environment, human safety, and commerce. It includes any material that is disposed of or abandoned in the marine environment, ranging from a plastic bottle thrown on the beach, to a ship that has been abandoned on a sand bar, or fishing gear trapped under the sea. The debris can be found on shorelines and beaches around the world, near the coast where most fishing is done, and floating in the open ocean, thousands of miles from its point of entry.

Marine debris can scour, break, smother, and otherwise damage important marine habitat, such as coral reefs. Many of these habitats serve as the basis of marine ecosystems and thus they are critical to the survival of many other species. Wildlife can also ingest or become entangled in marine debris.

Together with our partners, NOAA is working to research, prevent, and reduce marine debris, as well as educate the public to become better stewards of our oceans.

The deadline to apply for this funding opportunity is November 1, 2011.

For more information, click on the links below:

Federal Funding Opportunity

Submit proposals online at Grants.gov
Supplemental Instructions



Well, so much for that.

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Neal says that government funds can take up to a year to be allocated to groups, so they often rely on donations and private funding.

Regardless of funding, efforts are underway to start cleaning tsunami debris now.

Groups like NOAA and Blue Ocean Science are working together, developing a plan to tackle the threat of tsunami debris throughout the Pacific Ocean. There are also groups on the land, preparing to address debris as it washes up on the coast.

However, the cleanup effort has yet to begin.

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Little is known about the tsunami debris.

Estimates put the size of the debris anywhere from 26-200 million tons.

Very little is known about debris toxicity and types of debris.

WHY?

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Small plastics and chemicals are difficult to clean. Small plastic particles are big enough for fish to consume, but too small for nets and other standard items used in cleaning marine debris.

Chemicals can be dangerous to marine life and those cleaning it.

If some objects are radioactive, this makes it even more difficult to clean because of the danger to those cleaning it.


Why wasn't this disaster-in-the-making addressed months ago by our 'authorities?

Why would any right-thinking individual wait until this mess in on the homeland beaches?

What's really the agenda here?



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Neal and Sen. Cantwell both agree that something needs to be done quickly. Tsunami debris is expected to begin arriving on the Washington coast in 2014.

But, Neal says that people shouldn’t worry excessively about this problem.

The debris is being monitored, and wildlife and fish are heavily monitored by the Department of Fish and Wildlife and the fishing industry.

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...people shouldn’t worry excessively about this problem.





This is the source of our concerns about the debris...





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