Earth Changes

39: Sabancaya Volcano in southern Peru wakes up after 15 year slumber

Thursday, June 19, 2014
By Paul Martin June 18, 2014 PERU – Geological authorities are reporting that the Sabancaya volcano in southern Peru has become active after 15 years of silence. According to information released by the Peruvian Geophysical Institute (IGP), Sabancaya has erupted several times. The first recorded activity at Sabancaya was in 1750, and the volcano became active... »

Yellow Alert declared for Tungurahua Volcano in Ecuador

Thursday, June 19, 2014
By Paul Martin June 18, 2014 Quito, ECUADOR – The National Secretariat for Risk Management of Ecuador today decided to change from orange to yellow the alert in Tungurahua Volcano, 80 km south of Quito, given the decline in activity. According to a report of the Geophysical Institute of the National Polytechnic School, the volcanic activity... »

TV: “The largest disease outbreak that we know of ever in the oceans” now hitting West Coast — Potential for “global extinction” — “Affects over 20 species… causing catastrophic mortality” — Expert: One of history’s largest wildlife die-offs… signal in ecosystem that something’s not right (VIDEO)

Tuesday, June 17, 2014
By Paul Martin June 16th, 2014 Macleans, June 13, 2014: From Alaska to Mexico—and all along the B.C. coast—an iconic animal is disappearing. For reasons that remain baffling to scientists, starfish are dying by the millions, in the grips of a mysterious wasting disease that dissolves their bodies into goo. “I’d do beach walks along a... »

The Great Pacific Garbage Patch: We Are Literally Filling Up The Pacific Ocean With Plastic

Tuesday, June 17, 2014
By Paul Martin

By Michael Snyder June 16th, 2014 We are starting to see that there are very serious consequences for filling up our oceans with massive amounts of plastic that never biodegrades. In fact, this is one of the greatest environmental disasters of all time and yet you rarely hear it talked about. Virtually every... »

S. California fishermen ‘skunked… haven’t seen a squid’, usually 10,000+ lbs/day — ‘Complete crashes’ at oyster hatcheries — Sardines, mackerel missing in areas — Pelican sites alarmingly deserted — Record # of sick sea lions — Ultra-rare whales appear after decades — Mammals, birds, fish in odd places

Tuesday, June 17, 2014
By Paul Martin June 17th, 2014 KPBS, June 11, 2014: Unusual Fish Catches Off San Diego Signal Large-Scale El Niño “We’ve already started to see very unusual fish catches here,” “Yellowfin tuna was caught in May — that has never happened before to anybody’s recollection dorado Mahi... »

Navy sailor suing over Fukushima exposure dies from rare cancer near heart — TV: Navy lieutenant retires, says he’s unable to use leg muscles due to Fukushima radiation and confined to wheelchair — Both in mid-30s (VIDEOS)

Tuesday, June 17, 2014
By Paul Martin June 16th, 2014 Tweets from Dr. Yuri Hiranuma, June 11, 2014: First death of a USS Ronald Reagan sailor hit by radiation from Fukushima Daiichi while on Operation Tomodachi. Theodore Holcomb, a former USS Ronald Reagan aviation mechanic during Operation Tomodachi, died of synovial sarcoma on April 26, 2014. Holcomb was a plaintiff... »

Japan Paper: “Horses became weak and died, one by one, from an unknown cause” at farm in Fukushima — Farmer: “There is something seriously wrong going on… This country is going mad, I‘m sure something grave is going to happen” — 14 out of 15 newborn horses died last year (PHOTOS)

Sunday, June 15, 2014
By Paul Martin June 15th, 2014 Kyodo News, June 14, 2014: Tadao Mitome feels a duty to continue capturing images of the area to document the effects of the nuclear disaster Mitome, 75, published a photo book titled “3/11 Fukushima: Hibaku no Bokujo” (“Stock Farm Exposed to Radiation”), documenting a farm in the village of... »

California pelicans fail to mate, animals dying ‘like a horror show’ – is Fukushima to blame?

Sunday, June 15, 2014
By Paul Martin

by: Jonathan Benson Sunday, June 15, 2014 The “fun in the sun” lifestyle that Southern California is known for apparently no longer applies to the region’s seabirds, many of which are disappearing at an alarming rate. New reports indicate that the vast majority of California pelicans have simply stopped reproducing, with less than... »

Japanese Nuclear Expert: Melted reactor cores not in one piece at Fukushima, as gov’t claims — I think nuclear fuel scattered everywhere, stuck to walls — Chernobyl-like sarcophagus may be needed — Nothing has been done, by time they deal with this I’ll be long dead

Friday, June 13, 2014
By Paul Martin June 12th, 2014 Radio Forum #72, May 24, 2014 — Translated by DISSENSUS JAPAN, June 10, 2014: Jiro Ishimaru, host: They don’t even know where the melted fuel is. What is the current situation of the melted fuel? Hiroaki Koide, professor at Kyoto University Research Reactor Institute: Nothing has been done. I don’t... »

Experts: Disease explosion in West Coast sea stars — “Extinction event” is pretty close — “Epidemic of historic magnitude… threatens to decimate entire population” of species in Oregon — Sudden 50-fold increase in recent weeks — Entire ecosystem could be disrupted — “We have no clue” (VIDEO)

Thursday, June 12, 2014
By Paul Martin June 11th, 2014 North Shore News, May 23, 2014: Mysterious disease is now attacking purple starfish in B.C. “We thought it had stopped,” said Jessica Schultz — More from Schultz: “Certainly possible things will get worse it seems to be coming back in different species I’m... »

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