Tuesday, April 26, 2011

As Dolphin Death Tolls off the California coast Rise, Marine Experts Look for excuses while ignoring the truth: We did it!


As Dolphin Death Tolls Rise, Marine Experts Look for Answers

They say it is Domoic acid a naturally occurring biotoxin found in algae blooms off the California coast. It is caused in part from fertilizers, industrial waste and other pollutants that wash out to sea. What is so natural about fertilizers, industrial waste and other pollutants in the sea ? Many are dying out at Sea. You don't think it has anything to do with Japan and its debris field hitting the area?

What the hell is wrong with them? What about the sea life we are increasingly finding diseased and cancerous? sea life? Remember the sea is the root of life, phytoplankton is the largest source of oxygen on the planet Algae bloom, hypoxia, that and much more is man's fault.

Less than a month ago we saw millions of dead sardines show up in California and I immediately suspected we were at the root of that evil. Of course they said they all panicked and corralled themselves into a small spot ran out of oxygen and suffocated. I thought we had our dirty little hands in it somehow. Well they just found out the millions of sardines found dead in California were contaminated with toxins from algae bloom they ate making them susceptible to lack of oxygen. Toxin found in dead sardines

First I have to ask what? In some spots, such as off the Southern California coast, oxygen levels have dropped roughly 20 percent over the past 25 years. Elsewhere, scientists say, oxygen levels might have declined by one-third over 50 years. Then I have to remember the algae bloom also grows in great quantities due to mans interference. I remember the big die off in the Chesapeake they supposedly couldn't pin point. Millions of dead fish in Chesapeake Bay blamed on limited habitat and cold water stress, wake up! Face the truth!




Authorities in Maryland were investigating the deaths of about 2 million fish in Chesapeake Bay they are blaming on cold water stress, over population "come on, overpopulation of our decimated fish stocks", and limited deep water habitat, natural causes. Yes on a much smaller scale it happened twice before in 1976 and 1980 but there is nothing natural about it and it is getting worse. millions of dead fish in Chesapeake Bay

Yes there is growing limited habitat but there is nothing natural about it and we know it. We are destroying the ocean and our very basis of life on earth. One of the largest of the 400 or so ocean dead zones is in the Gulf of Mexico, near the mouth of the Mississippi.However, scientists now say that some of these areas, including those off the Northwest, apparently are linked to broader changes in ocean oxygen levels.The Pacific waters off Washington and Oregon face a double whammy as a result of ocean circulation. Growing low-oxygen zones in oceans worry scientists | McClatchy

In 2004 I was alarmed because there was 150 dead spots today there are 400. Commonly, ocean "dead zones" have been linked to agricultural runoff and other pollution coming down major rivers such as the Mississippi or the Columbia.

Scientists may have found the most devastating impact yet of human-caused global warming — a 40% decline in phytoplankton since 1950 linked to the rise in ocean sea surface temperatures. I happen to think it is largely due to man and our pollution though some may be natural but I doubt it. We’ve known for a while that we are poisoning the oceans and that human emissions of carbon dioxide, left unchecked, would likely have devastating consequences. We are all part of the whole.

“Phytoplankton are a critical part of our planetary life support system. They produce half of the oxygen we breathe, draw down surface CO2 and ultimately support all of our fishes said marine biologist Boris Worm of Canada’s Dalhousie University in Halifax, Nova Scotia. We say the ocean is critical to life but personally I had no idea how critical. I thought we were talking giving up fish for food not life itself. Somebody of consequence better wake up!

What a coincidence with those two kill offs being in the 70's and 90's, look at this: In the 1970s, the Chesapeake Bay was discovered to contain one of the planet's first identified marine dead zones, where hypoxic waters were so depleted of oxygen they were unable to support life, resulting in massive fish kills. Today the bay's dead zones are estimated to kill 75,000 tons of bottom-dwelling clams and worms each year, weakening the base of the estuary's food chain and robbing the blue crab in particular of a primary food source. Crabs themselves are sometimes observed to amass on shore to escape pockets of oxygen-poor water, a behavior known as a "crab jubilee". Hypoxia results in part from large algal blooms, which are nourished by the runoff of farm and industrial waste throughout the watershed.

The runoff and pollution have many components that help contribute to the algal blooms which is mainly fed by phosphorus and nitrogen.[13] This algae prevents sunlight from reaching the bottom of the bay while alive and deoxygenates the bay's water when it dies and rots. The erosion and runoff of sediment into the bay, exacerbated by devegetation, construction and the prevalence of pavement in urban and suburban areas, also blocks vital sunlight. The resulting loss of aquatic vegetation has depleted the habitat for much of the bay's animal life. Beds of eelgrass, the dominant variety in the southern bay, have shrunk by more than half there since the early 1970s. Overharvesting, pollution, sedimentation and disease has turned much of the bay's bottom into a muddy wasteland.[14]

One particularly harmful source of toxicity is Pfiesteria piscicida, which can affect both fish and humans. Pfiesteria caused a small regional panic in the late 1990s when a series of large blooms started killing large numbers of fish while giving swimmers mysterious rashes, and nutrient runoff from chicken farms was blamed for the growth.[15 Chesapeak Bay wikipedia

Natural? Hardly! We are killing our oceans faster than ever not to speak of the continent size garbage swirls all around the world. We have to stop this mentality we are illustrating again towards the sea saying we are okay if the radiation blows out to sea it won't affect anyone. It will at some point affect everyone. We are never going to smarten up. I am so disgusted!

James Joiner
Gardner, Ma
http://anaverageamericanpatriot.blogspot.com

2 comments:

Ranch Chimp said...

Mornin Jim! ... and Thanx for the detailed in depth read and link's here on this ... no ... I didnt have any idea of what is going on, on the California Coast ... I do expect some problem's ina year or so though out that way along perhap's the entire coast, because I wonder what all that debris may do that is on the way from Japan? Maybe they will pick it up while it's in the Pacific before it hit's the coast? There is alot of it ... and who will pay to do that?I reckon alot of that will hit Oregon too and Northern California especially. I did do a piece in my global warming series a year or two back on the Chesapeake Bay area, mucho problemo over there.

Later Guy ....

an average patriot said...

Afternoon RC! That massive debris field won't take much longer to get here. There are 200,000 houses and everything that goes with them. I suspect many of their missing people are in there too., trash, cars, untold debris. It will hit the entire seaboard before going to Hawaii and back to Japan.

Here you go Bud