Earth Changes

National Geographic: Fukushima considered world’s worst nuclear accident — Physician: Fukushima remains a “global health concern” — Kaku: “It’s so bad, they don’t even have a picture of melted core… the agony is unending” (VIDEO)

Monday, April 14, 2014
By Paul Martin

ENENews.com April 14th, 2014 Asian Perspective Vol. 37, No. 4, Tilman A. Ruff, physician and Associate Professor in the Nossal Institute for Global Health at University of Melbourne, Oct.-Dec. 2013: A Public Health Perspective on the Fukushima Nuclear Disaster — The Fukushima nuclear disaster is far from over and remains a global health concern.... »

California drought points to next food-price shock

Monday, April 14, 2014
By Paul Martin

BY JAMES GREIFF MiamiHerald.com Sunday, 04.13.14 Drought in the United States, past and present, might make 2014 one of the more volatile years for food prices and supplies globally. U.S. consumers may get a preview of what’s coming at the salad bar. The main culprit is the parched land of California’s Central Valley, which... »

Drought And Disease Surge Food Prices To New Record

Monday, April 14, 2014
By Paul Martin

Daniel Jennings SurvivalBackpack.us April 14, 2014 The United States is facing a serious shortage of beef and pork that has led to major increases in food process that likely will get only worse. Beef prices have hit an all-time high in part because the Californiamega-drought has reduced cattle herds to the same size they... »

Senior Scientist: Cancer increase expected on West Coast from Fukushima exposures; Radioactive particles can bio-accumulate and form hotspots while crossing Pacific — KCRW: Concern California wildlife to be impacted; Sea life can biomagnify nuclear waste, leading to higher levels of radiation (AUDIO)

Monday, April 14, 2014
By Paul Martin

ENENews.com April 14th, 2014 NPR affiliate KQED, Mar. 10, 2014 (at 41:00 in): Question: There’s really no evidence that any of this radiation is going to cause additional sickness, cancers, etc. Do we really expect any additional cancers in California? Michael Krasny, host: It’s a question we don’t necessarily have an answer to.... »

Third earthquake strikes Nicaragua in less than a week: fears rampant of ‘big one’

Monday, April 14, 2014
By Paul Martin

TheExtinctionProtocol.com April 14, 2014 NICARAGUA – A third earthquake in less than a week struck Nicaragua early on Monday morning, shaking buildings in the capital, Managua, though there were no immediate reports of damage. An official at Nicaragua’s seismological authority said the quake magnitude was 5.6, but its shallow depth had imparted a greater... »

Quake hits just off Fukushima plant, felt along 500 kilometer stretch of Japan coast — Seismic intensity of 4 on scale up to 7 — Camera shakes for about 1 minute (VIDEO)

Sunday, April 13, 2014
By Paul Martin

ENENews.com April 13th, 2014 Japan Meteorological Agency, Apr. 13, 2014: Time: 18:16 JST Date: Apr. 13, 2014 Depth: 60 km Location: Fukushima-ken Oki Coordinates: 37.3N 141.2E Magnitude: 4.9 Seismic Intensity: 4 out of 7 Video…HERE Share on Facebook »

New radioactive leak reported at Fukushima on Sunday — Previous leak admitted to be “far more toxic” than public told — Over 80 trillion becquerels flowed into Pacific, unspecified amount of “nuclear fuel material” — Already rated an INES ‘Level 3′ incident using the much lower incorrect figures

Sunday, April 13, 2014
By Paul Martin

ENENews.com April 13th, 2014 Jiji Press, Apr. 13, 2014: Up to one ton of radioactive water has leaked out of a plastic storage tank at Fukushima No. 1 nuclear plant, TEPCO said Sunday some 700 meters away from the shore While the tank’s lower part is damaged to allow tainted water... »

Nuclear Engineer: Radiation levels “much higher” in areas of Fukushima plume headed to west coast than models show — Radio: Concern “other isotopes” besides cesium to cross Pacific (AUDIO)

Saturday, April 12, 2014
By Paul Martin

ENENews.com April 11th, 2014 NPR, KQED Forum, March 10, 2014 — Dan Madigan, Stony Brook University adjunct assistant professor (at 18:45 in): The models that predict the spread across the Pacific Ocean reaching the Eastern Pacific at some certain time is pretty much totally agreed upon, as in some amount of radioactive cesium and... »

Gulf of Mexico Dolphins, Sea Turtles Dying in Record Numbers

Thursday, April 10, 2014
By Paul Martin

BP oil spill continues to take huge toll on wildlife Kurt Nimmo Infowars.com April 10, 2014 The media has long since stopped covering the biggest oil spill in U.S. history, but the aftermath of the devastating Deepwater Horizon oil rig explosion is still taking a toll on wildlife four years later. The disaster spilled... »

Droughts Worldwide May Have an Effect on American Dinner Plates

Wednesday, April 9, 2014
By Paul Martin

BY JOHN ROACH NBCNews.com Apr. 7, 2014 ’s been a long, cold and wet winter in parts of the United States. But in many parts of the world, from California to Southeast Asia, the land is parched from growing and persistent droughts. And that spells higher prices for many foods Americans put on the... »