Posts Tagged ‘ocean’

US Navy: New Footage of UFO Disappearing Into the Ocean

Footage filmed (video below) in the CIC (Combat Information Center) of the USS Omaha on July 15th 2019 off the coast of San Diego depicting an unidentified flying object (UFO) has made its way into the pubic domain. It’s one of several incidents when U.S. warships were what seems to be continuously observed by multiple […]

New Footage of “Transmedium” Sphere (UFO) Disappearing Into The Ocean From The U.S. Navy

The Facts: Multiple reports around the globe are showing that fully vaccinated individuals are still testing positive for COVID. Reflect On: How safe and effective are the vaccines? Take a moment and breathe. Place your hand over your chest area, near your heart. Breathe slowly into the area for about a minute, focusing on a […]

China says rocket debris landed in Indian Ocean

China’s space agency said a core segment of its biggest rocket reentered Earth’s atmosphere above the Maldives in the Indian Ocean and most of it burned up early Sunday. Harvard astrophysicist Jonathan McDowell, who tracked the tumbling rocket part, said on Twitter, “An ocean reentry was always statistically the most likely. It appears China won […]

Japan bears responsibility for all of mankind with plan to dump nuclear wastewater into ocean, China says

The Chinese Foreign Ministry has said Japan must take all the responsibility for its actions after it announced plans to release Fukushima’s nuclear wastewater into the ocean without undertaking consultations with its neighbors. Speaking on Tuesday, Foreign Ministry spokesman Wang Wenbin said that Japan had not reached a consensus with the international community or its […]

Japan: Sorry, But We Have to Dump This Fukushima Radioactive Water Into the Ocean

Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga says that the government has put off figuring out what to do with all of the contaminated water building up at the destroyed Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant for long enough — and it’s time to start dumping it into the ocean. Suga’s hand is forced given that the plant […]

Ocean camera network launched to protect wildlife in UK Overseas Territories

A network of underwater cameras designed to protect wildlife beneath the waves are being installed across UK Overseas Territories. The government said the project is the first of its kind and the world’s largest ocean monitoring system to protect wildlife. It is also part of the UK’s Blue Belt programme of marine protected areas around […]

UK To Fund Underwater Camera Network To Monitor Deep Ocean Wildlife

The targets: loggerhead turtles, silky sharks and sailfish. The mission: figure out how many of them are left. The United Kingdom announced Saturday it would launch a worldwide effort to monitor wildlife in the open oceans, hoping to fill a blue hole of scientific knowledge and get a clearer sense of which aquatic populations are […]

Atlantic Ocean Current At Weakest State In ‘Over A Millennium’

Above photo: Clear evidence: Atlantic currents carry the Gulf Stream. Getty Images/iStockphoto. New research paints a ‘consistent picture’ of change to the Atlantic’s ‘conveyer belt’, which plays a major role in world’s weather. The Atlantic Ocean current that plays a major role in the world’s weather is at its weakest state in “over a millennium”, researchers have […]

Russia, China, and Iran to hold joint naval drills in Indian Ocean soon

Russia plans to hold joint naval drills with Iran and China in the Indian Ocean later this month, the RIA news agency cited Moscow’s ambassador to Tehran as saying on Monday. The three countries held similar naval drills in the Indian Ocean in December 2019. “The next multilateral naval exercises will take place in the […]

Human noise pollution is harming ocean creatures

Humans are changing the way the ocean sounds, and it is having a profound impact on marine life. A major new literature review published in Science on Thursday found that noise from vessels, sonar, seismic surveys and construction can damage marine animals’ hearing, change their behaviors and, in some cases, threaten their ability to survive. […]

Iran fires long-range missiles into Indian Ocean in military drill- media

Iran’s Revolutionary Guards on Saturday fired long-range ballistic missiles into the Indian Ocean on the second day of a military exercise, state media reported.The drill, which comes in the waning days of high tensions with US President Donald Trump’s administration, was conducted in the country’s central desert region.It followed Friday’s testing of surface-to-surface ballistic missiles […]

Are Temperatures And Ocean Levels Rising Dangerously? Not Really. By Dom Armentano

STRAIGHT LINE LOGIC There is some difficulty measuring ocean levels, but the temperature levels are unambiguously ambiguous, yielding no firm conclusion as to whether things are getting hotter, colder, or staying the same. From Dom Armentano at lewrockwell.com: There are two widely held climate-change beliefs that are simply not accurate.  The first is that there […]

Atlantic Ocean May Disappear Soon

According to some scientists, the Atlantic Ocean is rapidly “aging” and may soon disappear from the face of the Earth. A team of researchers from Australia found a quickly forming subduction zone on the ocean floor. Usually these zones are a sign of “aging.” Scientists do not rule out that their formation is to be […]

Ocean-Based Climate Solutions Act introduced in Senate

Earlier this week House Democrats introduced new legislation that aims at addressing how human-caused climate change has impacted the ocean and what the federal government can do to help.  Arizona Democrat Rep. Raúl M. Grijalva, who chairs the House Natural Resources Committee, introduced the Ocean-Based Climate Solutions Act with a statement saying: “A healthy ocean […]

Fishermen Oppose ‘Catastrophic’ Release Of Fukushima Water To Ocean

Fishermen Oppose ‘Catastrophic’ Release Of Fukushima Water To Ocean Above photo: An employee of Tokyo Electric Power Co (TEPCO) uses a geiger counter next to storage tanks for radioactive water at TEPCO’s tsunami-crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant in Okuma town, Fukushima prefecture, Japan, January 15, 2020. Reuters/Aaron Sheldrick. Tokyo – Japanese fish industry representatives […]

The Atlantic Ocean contains at least 10 times more plastic pollution than previously estimated

A recent study by the National Oceanography Centre (NOC),  found there is at least 10 times more plastic in the Atlantic than previously thought. The mass of ‘invisible’ microplastics found in the upper waters of the Atlantic Ocean is approximately 12- 21 million tonnes. Our latest #microplastics study identified plastic contaminants in seawater samples using […]

Dead humpback whale found at Ocean Shores, Washington

     A dead humpback whale washed ashore Sunday morning at Ocean Shores. John Calambokidis, senior research biologist with Cascadia Research Collective, said the whale, a young female, was entangled in crab gear, which may have caused its death. The dead whale was seen floating off shore Friday and was reported to the Coast Guard. It […]

The Pacific Ocean is becoming the world’s largest trash dump

(Natural News) For years, the Pacific Ocean has inspired composers, painters, and writers to come up with masterpieces that praise its beauty. Sadly, these could now be things of the past. The Pacific Ocean is now one huge garbage dump that covers 600,000 square miles, no thanks to all kinds of debris — including […]

Persistent Aquatic Living Sensors: The scary plan to militarize ocean life

     The US military has plans to create genetically modified marine organisms that can be used as underwater spies for the military. Fantastic as this idea may seem, the Pentagon’s research arm, DARPA (or Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency), has actually launched a new program that aims to tap into the “natural sensing capabilities” of […]

Future of the Sea report: Ocean plastic projected to triple within seven years

     If we don’t act now, plastic pollution in the world’s oceans is projected to increase three-fold within seven years, according to a startling new report. The Future of the Sea report, released Wednesday for the UK government, found that human beings across the globe produce more than 300 million metric tons of plastic per […]

Adidas Sold a Million Shoes Made of Ocean Plastic

Adidas sold a million pairs of shoes made from ocean plastic last year, according to CEO Kasper Rorsted. In 2015, the German sportswear giant partnered with Parley for the Oceans , an environmental initiative addressing major threats to the world’s oceans, to develop products made from recycled marine plastic. After much anticipation, they introduced three versions of the UltraBoost shoe […]

More Official UFO Footage Released: This One Was Filmed Zipping Across The Ocean

Next Story “If somebody’s laughing at what you say, you’re standing in the future and looking back. We have these glimpses of technology now that tell us, maybe there’s a way to go do that.”  The quote above comes from Steve Justice, a (very) recently retired director of Aerospace for Lockheed Martin, formerly known as […]

The Secret on the Ocean Floor

The Secret on the Ocean Floor February 19th, 2018 Via: BBC: In the summer of 1974, a large and highly unusual ship set sail from Long Beach in California. It was heading for the middle of the Pacific where its owners boasted it would […]

Plastic pollution is devastating ocean ecosystems, turning them into “toxic repositories;” documentary spurs action

(Natural News) Sir David Attenborough, an English veteran broadcaster and naturalist who recently made a documentary on plastic and its harmful effects on the environment, said that the Earth’s oceans are slowly becoming a toxic depository due to the evil deeds of the planet’s dwellers. Describing one scene from the documentary, Attenborough […]

US Nuclear Waste, Equivalent To 2,000 Hiroshima’s, Pouring Into Pacific Ocean

A concrete dome holding radioactive waste of 42 nuclear explosions is leaking into the pacific ocean, veterans have warned.   The Enewetak Atoll was used by the US government to test 30 megatons of weapons – equivalent to 2,000 Hiroshima blasts – in the 1950’s. Express.co.uk reports: More than 8,000 people would later work to clean […]

Ocean floors sinking under weight of melting glaciers – study

Redistribution of water, once stored in ice sheets, is causing sea levels to rise. Researchers have now found the change is also having another affect – the ocean floor is subsiding under the increasing weight of the added water, according to a new study, published in the Geophysical Research Letters. ‘Most serious effects of human […]

Trump Plan To Shrink Ocean Monuments Threatens Vital Ecosystems, Experts Warn

The Trump administration’s plan to shrink four land-based national monuments has provoked howls of anguish from environmental groups, Native American tribes and some businesses, such as the outdoors company Patagonia. Accompanying changes to protected monuments in the oceans – vastly larger areas than their land-based counterparts – have received less attention, but could have major consequences for […]

Radioactivity still lingering in the Pacific Ocean from nuclear bomb tests more than 50 years ago

(Natural News) A study published in the journal Science of the Total Environment revealed that radioactivity remains persistent in the lagoons of remote Marshall Island atolls in the Pacific Ocean where the United States carried out a total of 66 nuclear weapon tests between the 1940s and 1950s. A team of researchers at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) noted […]

The hunt for opioid alternatives: Researchers look to sensory blocking substances from the ocean

(Natural News) Over two million people in the U.S. have become dependent on opioid drugs, with approximately 52,000 overdose deaths in 2015. The country’s opioid crisis is leading scientists and researchers to find new ways to treat pain, and they’re making a lot of progress. A team of researchers from the University of Utah Health […]

Scientists record Earth’s ‘hum’ in depths of the Indian Ocean

There have been attempts to capture the low-frequency sound since 1959, although it wasn’t until 1998 that Japanese scientists finally managed to record it on land. The hum is caused by “free oscillations,” or the slight expanding and contracting of our planet. Nobody knows exactly where these oscillations are coming from. One theory is that […]

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