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Friday, May 1, 2015

Shark Attacks and Deaths in Hawaii Continue, and Sea Lions in California continue to Risk Their Life to Get Out of the Ocean

A sea lion pup that was released earlier this year after being nursed back to health was found wandering on a San Francisco sidewalk Thursday and was captured by marine rescuers.
Video from the Marine Mammal Center in nearby Sausalito shows the male sea lion, nicknamed Rubbish, hiding under a car and trying to scurry away from rescuers. They eventually got a net around it and move it into a crate, taking it back to the center.
KTVU reports that a veterinarian noticed the sea lion, which was rescued in February. Then, the sea lion was treated for pneumonia and malnutrition. The animal weighed just 30 pounds when it was rescued.

A reader submitted this pixel of light

"The second angel poured out his bowl on the sea, and it turned into blood like that of a dead person, and every living thing in the sea died." - Revelation 16:3



The food chain is getting so stressed in the Pacific Ocean, for so long that shark attacks on humans....not just mistaken bites, and becoming common place.   In Hawaii.

I did an article over a year ago, after 15 attacks in one year.    Of course, the gov has to lie....anytime anyone was fishing, they call the attack "instigated" and put it in another category.

OH my, people instigated those sharks to attack.    Could it be the radiation and heavy metals screwing up the food chain.......sheesh.

Shark Kills Woman in Hawaii, April 30, 2015

I did a few articles on the barrage of shark attacks in Hawaii, indicative of a highly stressed food chain.

Apex Predators in Hawaii are OUT OF CONTROL, Shark Attacks up 500% as Fukushima Radiation Rolls In


She was snorkeling with 2 friends

The shark struck the unidentified woman just before 9 a.m. Wednesday as she was snorkeling near a popular spot known as "Dumps," according to the Maui Fire Department. Other snorkelers found her floating face down about 200 yards off-shore and pulled her from the sea, but she had suffered severe injuries to her upper torso. Paramedics and firefighters responded, but the woman, identified only as a resident of Kihei, did not survive.

Shark with feet, not a good sign

A reader, commenting below, submitted this website, so I added it here as a working hyperlink


  1. Our oceans are facing down the perfect storm of acidification, hypoxia, carbonate saturation and pollution including radionuclides from Fukushima Daiichi and 50 years of nuclear testing leading to their now certain death. No one gets out alive, only love remains and nature bats last on

    1. Kevo I added your hyperlink into the main text

  2. Quote: "Yikes!" - Art Bell


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