Japan’s tsunami debris on the way to the USA

Written by Judy Dudiak   April 9, 2011

Tsunami debris on the way to the USA

I’m not even going to start on the radioactive pollution being dumped into the oceans. I’m not even going to start on our governments scrambling to increase their “safe” levels of radioactive exposure by huge amounts. I’m not even going to start on the Nuclear Power industry trying to shift the burden to the tax payers. I’m struggling to stay on topic there is so much to write about.

 I am sickened by the site of debris floating in the ocean. This is a real problem that is not going away any time soon. No amount of praying or visualizing or creating imagery is going to make that trash vanish. Those practices are fine for Sunday mornings but it is time for getting involved and taking some type of action.
We have a big fat mess on our hands. All of us – the whole world is in this together. While we were not looking and off doing our own things whatever they were, quietly and behind the scenes all types of things were happening that are not in the best interests of long-term sustainability. The nuclear power industry is only one.
The Earthquake, tsunami and ongoing nuclear catastrophe in Japan needs to be viewed as a wakeup call. The Nuclear Industry did not start it but I took the time to educate myself on the Fukushima power plants. More on that later.
So what about the trash in the ocean – right now there is no plans to do anything about it. It’s a huge monumental new problem that we can’t ignore. No government or the UN has the money to pay for something like this. Right now the plan is for all this debris to slowly wash up on various shores. In the meantime reeking havoc on our environment, oceans, and marine life. I’ll be posting research information on the oceans later today. This is a serious problem with long-term implications.

I think large private industries, especially the ones who directly profit using non-renewable resources should step up to the plate. Media stars, athletic stars, heads of multimillion dollar corporates need to step up to the plate and start a massive cleanup effort.
Look at the size of the dispersion model just created. Here is a CNN video:
[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TWqcjcbe1H8]

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