The Fukushima Radiation Tree Reports

All the trees are dying in Halifax and no one cares

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Also see https://thefukushimaradiationtreereports.wordpress.com/2014/07/24/cross-cut-close-up-sick-elm-tree-due-to-fukushima-radiation/

https://thefukushimaradiationtreereports.wordpress.com/2014/07/25/dangerous-huge-hollow-holes-showing-up-in-trees-everywhere/

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zwerina56
Amazing how they fight so hard to stay a alive! Very sad this is happening and a great effort from you Daniel, exposing this truth.

shadowbennett
I care!! I’ve noticed it here too in NL. Let’s see how many others care!

Ashley Law
Closer to you North America
THE DEATH OF THE FORESTS – The Next “Great Dying” is NOW!

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TreeHuggerLtd
Massive die off of trees last year in my area.  I dont do door to door sales anymore, so Im not sure what the status has been this year, but I cant imagine things are any better based on what Ive been seeing so far.

This is very sad.  And disgusting.  And rage inspiring.

ellie winn
scary to see the trees dying in this manner. thanks for the report!

MSVS
I Care I think your vids are great.

AUQUA123
This is BAD BAD BAD…………………………………………!

zwerina56
Amazing how they fight so hard to stay a alive! Very sad this is happening and a great effort from you Daniel, exposing this truth.

Ashley Law
Yes and they are dying so fast a big tree like the last one normally takes around 50 or so years to die. It is worldwide watch this New Zealand southern hemisphere…
ALARMING Changes within our Ancient Species /Magnetosphere/Pole Solar Anomolies

TreeHuggerLtd
Ive been noticing the same things with the leaves around me.  Im in Chicago.

AUQUA123
Wow one thumbs down go back to sleep!

Marin Angeli
There is so much evidence of the eco-catastrophe that is occurring world wide, the lack of focus on this issue by mainstream media is truly criminal.
Thank you, Ashley, for the link…
Take care & stay safe, my friend… things are beginning to happen so quickly now, the time for preparations is surely at hand.
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Ashley Law
My trees are all showing signs of attack. Leaves crisped at edges, brown spots , cracked bark, the fruit trees are dying very fast. Lost 2 plum, 1 apricot completely this year another plum is more than half dead no fruit despite flowering well – another is quarter dead some fruit but very small crop. Walnut trees look sick but not quiet as bad as last year., We are sprayed day and night for last 2 years and possibly before that before I noticed.
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skinnierany
Try hugging them.
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Marin Angeli
+Ashley Law
My fruit trees, lilacs and maples are all stressed, as are the native trees and shrubs in my yard.   I live on an old homestead and most of the plantings are very established, having been here 100 years or more, so this decline is very obvious.

A drive through my small town reveals the same situation in the yards of most folks.  My vegetable garden this year is a pitiful joke, and the blooms on my native annuals are about half the size of normal, in spite of what should have been unusually good growing conditions.  The garden situation is very troubling… I have always assumed I could depend on my own produce if something interfered with market availability.  It never occurred to me that I wouldn’t be able to grow a productive garden in optimum weather conditions.
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Ashley Law
Yes it is everywhere burnt crisped leaves brown spots on all leaves even the purple leaved nut trees have them this year, last year they were not to bad just the green leaved trees and plants showed up.
We have massive spraying over us day and night it is August and cold dark and very wet (we have very violent storms and heavy heavy rain) should be clear blue skies and warm to hot (25 – 32) no rain to speak of.
Vegetables not that bad this year last year was a disaster very cold very wet flooded out many times. But we have taken measures to control blight much earlier and protect more.
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Ashley Law
Many things are happening – I now think by design.
I have become very concerned about market valuations that hold no basis in fundamentals or risk. The signs of a mega financial crash are all around.
RBS (Royal Bank of Scotland) issued report yesterday saying “all markets were 70% less liquid today than in 2008” That means no liquidity – no market price – no market price – no market = seizure = crash.
This time it is to be a mega crash no EM market slack to mop up No Central Bank slack to create more “free” money. = Societal change you might like to watch this if you know nothing it may seem crazy but I can assure you crazy it is not.
Keiser Report: America’s Kleptocro-Oligarchy (E634)
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Marin Angeli
Yes, it’s looking bad from so many directions… it’s hard to know which one will erupt into full scale cataclysm first.

Some of humanity could survive a global financial meltdown because of their ability to produce foods locally, but the manipulation/destruction of the biosphere through chemistry is quickly putting an end to that option.  For those who survive the coming catastrophes, servitude to GMO food corporations is virtually guaranteed.

And forget about being a survivalist out in the woods somewhere… no woods, no wildlife, no edible plants for forage… pretty bleak.  It’s not hard to guess where the “smart” money is invested… food and warfare.  Entities like Monsanto, DuPont, Raytheon, and others of their ilk, make it very difficult not to believe this situation is by design.
Thank you for the link…
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Ashley Law
That is their plan to kill all life and they are doing it every day we are sprayed and every day the spray kills more. There are few insects left here in just a few years – no longer have to clean windshield as no insects killed.
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Marin Angeli
The plummeting insect population is very troubling… especially since some people actually see it as a good thing, being rid of what they consider pests.  Sadly, it is yet another indication of the rapidly approaching collapse of the biosphere.  So far this year I have seen no earwigs, few honey bees, and few mosquitoes… all were very common in my yard, up until last summer.
People don’t seem to realize how interconnected everything is… as the insects go, so go the fish and birds that depend on them for food… and so go the predators that depend on the bug eaters. A lost layer of the food chain will create ripples that go all the way to the top, affecting humanity in more ways than can be imagined.

It is especially frightening when one considers that this order of animals vanishing so quickly, the insects, is also the most populous.  These creatures have survived over millions of years and several extinction events… it has always been assumed they would eventually inherit the earth because of their tenacity.  Pretty ominous, seeing them crashing like this.
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Marin Angeli
This footage showing the condition of the Sawtooth National Forest, in Idaho, was taken late last summer… I cannot watch it without weeping.

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