Thursday, September 11, 2014

Fukushima: Expedition For Life

Beautiful Girl by Dana 

From the Team"Come back often Mate, this just started"

THE NUCLEAR PROCTOLOGIST:  My name is Dana Durnford you can find my info phone number etc at the top under contact , I will be leading a 4 man expedition to document in pictures and samples and using 4 Geiger counters and dosimeters through 9000 km of Canadian coastlines starting September 2nd, 2014 for 30 days.  Then it's off to the North West Territories for 6 days to check their ocean coastline and see if the devastation is there. Then it's off to the Yukon for 6 days of costline and back down the inside passage to BC Canada for a 30 day trip through 26,000 islands. 
Strait of Georgia- Salt Spring Island and Vancouver, first part of Expedition 

This expedition was prompted by the discovery that out of 5500 species only of what the Team chose, (let's look at that species list) along a 200 km coastline of Canada we only discovered 12 species left.  We have seen only 4 species of algae out of 600 we never found any of the 70 species of sea anemones we seen only one species of sea star out of 64 known local species. We never saw a single bull kelp forest but did see one thin strand of bull kelp. We never got a single insect attack or bite on 16 beaches at low tides nor did we see any insects on our windows or grill after 160 km of highways full of trees. 

About those species numbers:
The near-shore zone of the ocean—defined by the Census (link above) as the coastal areas to a depth of around 65 feet (20 meters)—is the most-studied region of the ocean because it is so easy to access from land. But surprisingly, we still don’t know how many species live by the shore.  Estimates vary widely, from 178,000 species to more than 10 million. Or how about this- 38,000 microbes in a liter of seawater.

Low tide Salt Spring Island 9/8/2014 Fukushima Expedition
Of the history of mankind, Dana and his crew will be in our history books.  The devastation of life in The Nursery of The Ocean a place where all life begins, from there, it's up the food chain a Pacific Genocide.  We are truly in The Times of Sorrows.

"God's speed to all that walks, crawls, slithers, swims and flies!"

An important word to know today Mate:  

Homeostasis also spelled homoeostasis is the property of a system in which variables are regulated so that internal conditions remain stable and relatively constant.  Examples of homeostasis include the regulation of temperature and the balance between acidity and alkalinity (pH).  It is a process that maintains the stability of the human body's internal environment in response to changes in external conditions. 

All living organisms depend on maintaining a complex set of interacting metabolic chemical reactions.  From the simplest unicellular organisms to the most complex plants and animals, internal processes operate to keep the conditions within tight limits to allow these reactions to proceed.  Homeostatic processes act at the level of the cell, the tissue, and the organ, as well as for the organism as a whole.  (In a nutshell, that's everything, that's everybody) 

At the molecular level inside a biological cell, gamma-ray bombardment rewrites the genetic code contained in the chromosomes, scrambling the elegant poetry of life into gibberish.

Video uploaded by Naked Science


Crawling around the Pacific

Some Main Stream Media: (use every source available)
Radiation from the Fukushima nuclear plant in Japan has reached parts of the north and west coasts of Alaska.   (Nov 02, 2013)  Nuclear radiation found in B.C. may pose health concerns.  (March 12, 2014)

Since we're in the realm of biological life and science it's important to mention, Uranyl peroxide enhanced nuclear fuel corrosion in seawater.  Now what we have here is when the think tanks of humankind combined the balance of nature together, where the uranium is transported like grease on wheels, you're going to go farther.  Now remember some of these models are simulating a one-time release from 1 core, reports of three complete core meltdowns and how's building 4? (one year ago)  Reactor unit 4 was shut down after the disaster that crippled the entire facility on March 11, 2011 and all fuel rods had been transferred to the spent fuel pool on an upper floor of the reactor building. (Oh that's a good place!)

Fukushima Building  #4 
On March 15, 2011, an explosion damaged the fourth-floor rooftop area (damaged? that building is destroyed!) of the unit 4 reactor; the source of the explosion is still unknown, although it is speculated to be due to hydrogen generation in the spent fuel pool, really?  At the time of the earthquake, Unit 4 had been shut down for shroud replacement and refueling since 29 November 2010.  All 548 fuel rods had been transferred in December 2010 from the reactor to the spent fuel pool on an upper floor of the reactor building where they were held in racks containing boron to damp down any nuclear reaction. The pool is used to store rods for some time after removal from the reactor and contains 1,331 rods.  OMG!

Chernobyl was a 245 ton (nuclear fuel) capacity core,  Fukushima core, 274 ton each. Well, we also know this radiation has been spilling in the Pacific from day one and still discharging.  Ah yeah, it will just keep moving! and that's why Team Fukushima for Life Expedition is out there!         

From the Team:
Low tide Fukushima Expedition
All pictures and we expect to provide at least 1000 a day are free for you to use and we will provide accurate GPS and maps for all samples and pictures. This is an emergency citizen-driven expedition and the beginning is the hardest part, I am happy to say we have climbed that hurdle with help from private donors and depend upon your donations to allow us to complete the survey so everyone can have irrefutable evidence to move forward with.

Salt Spring Island Hermit Crab Fukushima Expedition 
The Fukushima nuclear accident is an event far from a resolution and constitutes a present and grave threat to all life on earth with no exceptions.

Ah, the team needs more "crowdfunding" wouldn't ya say?  Right now Dana and the team are on a shoe string budget and accepting donations.  

Kindly Donate, Mate

From the Ship: How about a buck for the Pup below, thanks for letting humanity know Girl.  May God help you Girl, team Dana, (you guys are world heroes) and all life on Earth.  Now go get going religion, have a God? pray, if not, hug your ass, this ain't good Mate.  

In the mean time kindly donate to this Team, it's my understanding their doing this on one meal a day with the budget they have.  The skiff team has a little lunch but's that's it.  Seems to me these men have chosen a job no one was taking on!  Let's see to it that the team gets full meals and then some, to complete this Expedition for the World.         

Fukushima: Expedition For Life 

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Skiff Crew- Fukushima Expedition for Life
I believe this is Dana and Son, will have to find out who took the pic?  Terry?

This goes out to Dana & Son, Justin Hayward - One Day, Someday. 

"Today seems to me, if I were out on the battlefield right now involved in any conflict around the World, I would tell my enemy of the grave news of an Army so huge, that it dwarfs any species battle from the beginning of time and all human entanglements combined!  Hey Mate, is that your skiff?  I need to get home." 



Salt Spring Island Stingray
The world is in trouble, look at this poor bugger

HORROR " Pacific Ocean Dying"

The date here is Aug 10, 2014, of examining the area (first time out before The Fukushima Expedition started, getting your feet wet 9 days out during low tide) of roughly 200km, the Strait of Georgia between Vancouver Island and the mainland coast of British Columbia, Canada. (this was a live stream) 

From Dana:
The entire 200 kilometers we checked of Canadian Pacific Coast Line was devoid of all life except 4 main species and they are very patchy and we a found several other species like limpets and snails etc in tiny insignificant spots never in groups.  When a rational person considers the reality of the 5500 species that are missing from the tidal area that is also the nursery of the pacific ocean itself ,recovery seems highly unlikely because Fukushima can not be stopped.  The bigger marine animals like salmon fish crabs etc will not last much longer and because people are ignoring 5500 missing species it seems almost impossible to have a debate with that closed compartmentalized irrational mindset. (end Dana)

"As this unfolds we will have to change the Websters meaning of Ideology to Idiot thinking."

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Dec 29, 2014
Dana Durnford Fukushima Expedition for Life Goschen Point

Searching for life Northern BC Canada

The Team added many upgrades to the Skiff to deal with the winter weather on
24 ft. Zodiac and First Mate Zoie
the north coast of BC Canada.  The 24 ft. Zodiac piloted by our Skipper Dana and First Mate Zoie head out to Goschen Point.  A man and his dog are out there combing the coast for all of humanity to see, what is truly happening.

The Team located off Goschen Point
OK, the team is way north of Vancouver, in the GPS location above the team is in the Hecate Strait offshore from Goschen Island BC Canada facing the Point.

Goschen Point BC Canada Low Tide!
Well, we're looking at the shoreline and ladies and gentleman this is low tide, this is northern BC Canada. the area is a Rain Forest where life is in every nook and cranny!  Where is it?
First Mate "Zoie" 

How about a biscuit for The First Mate  

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Jan 24, 2015
MCCauly Island Group

Team at Dixon Island BC facing Bush lslet 

Fukushima \expedition For Life updates for Jan 24th 2015 I am heading out to Banks Island west coast round trip 200 nautical miles or so. I am looking for damage from Japan melted reactors. This trip will take a full week or more depending on winter storms pinning me down in remote areas.
Team off Dixon lsland

Looking through the photos posted @ thenuclearproctologist many parts of the pine tree line is not in good shape. We have learned that the near-shore zone of the ocean—defined by the Census as the coastal areas to a depth of around 65 feet (20 meters) is the most-studied region of the ocean because it's so easy to access from land. But surprisingly, we still don’t know how many species live by the shore: estimates vary widely, from 178,000 species to more than 10 million.  OK so let's roll the film and how many species can you name and\or see? 

Team Scout Eagle Cries

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June 8, 2015
The Queen Charlotte Island in B.C. Canada 
Louise Passage South East Lower Side of Haida

Louise Passage after Fukushima
Queen Charlotte Islands Pre Fukushima 
Combo underwater & Tidal Pool footage pictures from Fukushima Expedition For Life in Hadia Gwaii formerly know as The Queen Charlotte Island in B.C. Canada. We see a eradication of marine species along the shore lines and tidal pools and underwater footage shows just a handful of species mainly young left in the inter-tidal sub zones.  Life in these narrows should look like a cartoon bursting with color from top to bottom and left to right.  It would take you a life time to count and study the inhabitants.  The Expedition is home now and we're going through what is left in life, in the Pacific.

Louise Narrows

So once again take out your notepad and jot down the number of species you see.

Born with no God, no thoughts at all

Fukushima coming down the line

"The summer of 2014, finds us over three years into the disaster that is Fukushima. Still they struggle to even admit the very real effects that we see emerging. The result of this denial will become more obvious in time. Fukushima Daiichi's radiation is coming down the line." 

More hard facts: Fairewinds Energy Education also Beyond Nuclear 

The numbers: Nuclear Emergency Tracking

How to reduce your risk from Fukushima

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Natures Calling Signs- What the Hell is going on?

Fukushima Expedition for Life- What the Hell is going on

Curious word Fukushima, remove hima from the name and you have Fuk Us.  From here on out the term ideology will be referred to as idiot thinking.  This will be updated as time allows before a wold panic kicks in.  Already reported by Stanford University, we've entered The Sixth Mass Extinction.  

The ocean constitutes over 90% biodiversity on Earth.  Tiny phytoplankton (autotrophic components of the plankton, algae) makes up 70 to 80% of the oxygen and 50 to 80% of all life on Earth is found under the ocean surface.

2012 Alaska, Canada and Russia from the Bering Strait region:  Polar bears, Ring seals, Pacific walruses and Ice seals have fur lose and similar skin lesions.

2013 Sockeye Salmon Run:  "Most of the Skeena fish come from the Babine system. And when they went out to sea they seemed to be very strong and healthy and in good numbers, so we think something happened in the ocean." 

Oct. 21, 2013:  Canadian Pacific Fishermen Catch No Sardines:  “They've given up looking, pulled the plug,” confirmed Lorne Clayton, executive director of the Canadian Pacific Sardine Association. “It certainly was disappointing. It’s cost them time, fuel, and crew to go out and look, with no compensation.”

2014 Sockeye Salmon Run:  AN INTERNATIONAL conservation group has placed three Skeena river sockeye population groups on its’red list’ of threatened species.

Sept. 2014: The situation does not match recognized patterns in ocean conditions such as El Niño. Southern Oscillation or Pacific Decadal Oscillation, which are known to affect marine food webs. "It's a strange and mixed bag out there," Mantua said.

Sept. 2014 Russian Scientists Travel to Kuril Islands to Study Effects of Fukushima Meltdown:  (Hey Dana you've got company)  "We have knowledge of the radiation situation near the plant, but not of how the radiation spreads in the sea and in the coastal zone … On this expedition we can get accurate information on the spread of radionuclides," scientist Stanislav Shabelev told state-run RIA Novosti on Wednesday. Initial samples of water, air, soil and maritime life taken from around the Kurils will be analyzed onboard the expedition's vessel, though the final results will be obtained after being sent to St. Petersburg's Radium Institute, Shabelev added.

Oct. 1, 2014 Starfish:  More often, however, the sea stars’ extremities become gnarled and deformed as the wasting syndrome takes hold, and the organisms quickly disintegrate into a white mush. “It’s pretty horrible,” said Ferber, who has seen sea stars’ internal organs floating in the tide pools.

Oct. 12, 2014 Tritium up tenfold in Fukushima groundwater after Typhoon Phanfone:  Some 150,000 becquerels of tritium per liter were measured in a groundwater sample taken Thursday from a well east of the No. 2 reactor. In addition, materials that emit beta rays, such as strontium-90, which causes bone cancer, also shattered records with a reading of 1.2 million becquerels. The water crisis could get worse as the nation braces for Typhoon Vongfong this week. 

Oct. 18, 2014 After Typhoon Vongfong:  Radioactive isotope cesium are now at 251,000 becquerels per liter. High levels of tritium another radioactive isotope of hydrogen, samples show 150,000 becquerels of tritium per liter. Additionally, “materials that emit beta rays, such as strontium-90, which causes bone cancer, also shattered records with a reading of 1.2 million becquerels per liter. (how's that for a Nuclear Cocktail? all in one liter of water) 

Alaska Fisheries In Midst Of An Economic Collapse:

And not one politician is talking about it. But fisherman are talking about it. The people in the villages are talking about it. People who rely on outfitting the boats, who repair boats; the fish buyers and brokers. The cannery workers(!), the roe packers, and all the ancillary businesses. They're talking about it. And what they are talking about is ocean acidification.

Jan 29, 2015  West Coast Orcas experiencing 100% infant mortality rate as radiation from Fukushima drifts across ocean:

Aside from the 100 percent mortality rate among orca infants, many of the matriarchs are dying as well, leading some to speculate that the species may become extinct -- possibly within the next 20 years.

Feb 4, 2015  Mystery malady affecting sea lion pups strains Marine Mammal Center:

The continued problems for the state's sea lion population have puzzled scientists. Some have concurrent diseases, such as pneumonia, or opportunistic bacterial infections, but "they're essentially starving,"

April 17, 2015 Pacific sardine stocks are collapsing: faster than anyone expected, and the agency responsible for regulating the West Coast's fisheries has banned commercial fishing of sardines for the next 15 months.

June 1, 2015 House passes bill to overhaul fishery management: The House on Monday passed legislation to overhaul federal management of marine fisheries nationwide. Passage fell largely along party lines by a vote of 225-152.

June 19, 2015 At least 10 Fin whales are dead, having fallen victim to a mysterious affliction that seems to have killed them all near Kodiak Island. Kate Wynn, marine mammal specialist with the University of Alaska in Kodiak, said all the whales seemed to have met their fate at the same time and place.

July 10, 2015 More whales found dead in southern Alaska waters: Results from one test came back negative for domoic acid, a toxin that is produced by algae and accumulates in shellfish.

August 20, 2015 Thirty dead whales have been detected in the Gulf of Alaska since May, representing a die-off more than three times the normal rate, according to the U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).

Nov. 7, 20015
A list (with related links- continually updated) of worldwide mass animal deaths for 2015, with pages also for mass die offs from the previous 4 years. There are animals dying all over the world today in huge numbers, due to the polluted state of the sea and air. I don't think we need to wait for the 1$ Malibu Beach Home.

Watching and Waiting

Fukushima Expedition for Life- Watching and Waiting

Some lyrics from Watching and Waiting:

Soon you will see me, 

cause I'll be all around you,  

but where I come from, 

I can't tell.

But don't be alarmed, 

by my fields and my forest, 

there here for only you, 

to share. 

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In Memory of the victims on 3/11

Candles placed to form the date March 11, 2011 by Kyodo March 11, 2015  R.I.P. 

All alone to tell the truth only to be hated 

They came for the MAMA HERSELF THE GREAT BLUE LADY, THE NUCLEAR MELTDOWNS AT FUKUSHIMA ARE CONTROLLING the dumping for 1481 days OF nuclear fission gamma rays from hell BY THE Livermore Cal Berkeley genociders, KILL the birthplace of all life , it only took California 167 years to kill the greatest landscape and life in ALL OF HISTORY, the fastest destruction in HUMAN HISTORY, CALIFORNIA I HOPE YOU ARE proud. Kevin D. blanch 3/31/15 

kevin blanch


The University of Victoria B.C. CANADA and Woods Hole oceanographic Institution had Dana silenced and arrested!

Please support me in this unrepresented attack upon your liberty and your freedom of speech; CONSTITUTION ACT, 1982 (80) PART I CANADIAN CHARTER OF RIGHTS AND FREEDOMS Fundamental freedoms #2. Everyone has the following fundamental freedoms: (b) freedom of thought, belief, opinion and expression, including freedom of the press and other media of communication.

A trial seeks to ascertain the truth, your act is of passion.

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See the official pictures and have a good laugh. Super HQ video shows official Reactor 4 picture comparison of Fukushima. Why did media fake reactor 4 interior for 18 months and why did David Suzuki say if reactor 4 goes it's bye bye Japan and you have to evacuate the entire continent of North America. Reactor 4 was already gone, so when do we begin evacuating north America?




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