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Pacific Ocean compared to a 'war zone' as sea life ecosystem collapses; radioactive waste continues to pour into the ocean

By Gutierrez: (NaturalNews) From San Diego to San Francisco, hundreds of sea lions have been washing ashore - dead and dying.

"You could equate it to a war zone," said Keith Matassa of the Pacific Marine Mammal Center, noting that the center gets "hundreds of rescue calls a day."

Soil around Fukushima site remains contaminated with dangerous radioactive waste

By Gutierrez: (NaturalNews) The soil surrounding the crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant remains contaminated with radioactive cesium, with a high risk that those atoms could transfer to food crops, suggests a study conducted by researchers from Kyoto Prefectural University and published in the Journal of Environmental Quality.

Fukushima - the world's radiation nightmare

(NaturalNews) Fukushima is Japan's and the world's radiation nightmare that will not go away in our lifetimes nor our children's or grandchildren's. The Fukushima nuclear power plant is hemorrhaging radioactive toxic waste into the ocean and though we are told not to panic, nor even to be casually concerned, the situation is dangerous and critical to future life on earth. (Story by Dr. Sircus, republished from DrSircus.com)

TEPCO under fire after hiding massive radioactive waste leak at Fukushima for a full year

By Benson: (NaturalNews) A major bombshell has dropped concerning the failed cleanup efforts at the stricken Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant in Japan. The shuttered plant's operator, the Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO), has apparently been hiding for an entire year the fact that radioactive waste has been quietly pouring into the ocean from an onsite drainage ditch.

COVER-UP: US Navy sailors disappear as government, doctors bury truth about Fukushima radiation

By Gutierrez: (NaturalNews) U.S. Navy sailors exposed to radioactive fallout from the Fukushima nuclear disaster have been falling ill, even as the Defense Department insists that they were not exposed to dangerous levels of radiation. Many of the sailors have now joined in a class action lawsuit against Fukushima operators and builders Tokyo Electric Power Company (Tepco), Toshiba, Hitachi, Ebasco and General Electric.

Fukushima radiation spikes 7,000% as contaminated water pours into the ocean

By Huff: (NaturalNews) Cleanup crews trying to mitigate Japan's never-ending radiation crisis at Fukushima ran into more problems recently after sensors monitoring a drainage gutter detected a huge spike in radiation levels from wastewater pouring into the Pacific Ocean.

Deadly Fukushima radiation up 50,000% as elevated radiation levels seen across North America

By Huff:(NaturalNews) Beta radiation levels are off the charts at monitoring sites all across North America, according to new reports. But experts are blaming these radiation spikes on practically everything except for Fukushima.

Data gathered from tracking units in California, Arizona, Illinois and elsewhere reveal radiation levels up to 50,000 percent higher than what was observed at the same time last year, and in some cases compared to levels seen this past summer.

Radiation levels in tuna tripled after Fukushima


Fish caught off the coast of Oregon have tested positive for radiation and the researchers that discovered this say Fukushima is to blame. An Oregon State University (OSU) research project found that radiation in albacore tuna has been steadily increasing ever since the nuclear disaster back in 2011, with average radiation levels now triple what they were before the consecutive meltdowns.

Intentional sabotage believed to have disrupted decontamination at Fukushima plant


The recent mysterious dumping of more than 200 tons of radioactive water into the basement of a building at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant in Japan has some crying "foul play." New reports suggest that international sabotage may be to blame for the "accidental" spillage, which is prompting calls for new security measures to be implemented at the stricken facility.