UNKNOWN “Anomaly” Heating Pacific Ocean! 2/19/17

Source: http://www.sciencealert.com/a-massive-blob-of-abnormal-conditions-in-the-pacific-has-increased-ozone-levels
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  1. Damon Mincraft pro on

    what if aliens or other unknown species have made bases of some sort under the ocean i mean that would make it very well hidden

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  2. Tony V on

    AP-
    Further south in Oregon, USA, starfish began losing legs and then disintegrating entirely when Fukushima radiation arrived there in 2013. Now, they are dying in record amounts, putting the entire oceanic ecosystem in that area at risk. However, government officials say Fukushima is not to blame even though radiation in Oregon tuna tripled after Fukushima. In 2014, radiation on California beaches increased by 500 percent. In response, government officials said that the radiation was coming from a mysterious “unknown” source and was nothing to worry about.

    However, Fukushima is having a bigger impact than just the West coast of North America. Scientists are now saying that the Pacific Ocean is already radioactive and is currently at least 5-10 times more radioactive than when the US government dropped numerous nuclear bombs in the Pacific during and after World War II. If we don’t start talking about Fukushima soon, we could all be in for a very unpleasant surprise

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  3. 3pharaohstowers on

    in mandela effect the americas are said to have shifted east 1000 miles, this blob might be the previous caldera super volcano yellow stone park left behind.

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  4. Jasper Friend on

    remember the huge us navy operation off the west coast several years back/ remember the shocking huge numbers of sea life “take” requested by the navy in the proposal for this action/series of special maneuver. there was a lot of mystery around that operation. I would like to see somehone compare the timelines on these two things.
    directed energy weapons. harp. heating of the atmosphere. weaponizing air.

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  5. Dead A on

    lol so 2 years ago this “hot spot” supposedly radiation form Fukushima is responsible for ocean wide genocide. You still eat fish today perfectly fine from said ocean. I lived in Victoria BC at that time and my crab and fish were fine. The water is okay for now. #Sheep

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  6. Lucia Tilyard on

    Dead matter from irradiated fish , jelly fish etc, dissolved by the fall out from Fukushima. Possibly the blob might absorb the radioactivity. I’ve heard that sunflowers can reduce radioactivity.

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  7. Ikari Doug on

    Dude, dont worry about posting every single day, youtube tell people that shit, but your content has *actual* content, so +1 for keeping legit and having a couple of days off 🙂
    Post when theres something to post about, research is the driver here imo.
    Just my tuppence worth as a many years sub to the channel.

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  8. Learning From YouTube on

    no doubt it has to do with the 2011 Japanese nuclear reactor meltdown. it has been washing into the Pacific ocean all along. its now effecting our weather…our rain fall…the air….

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  9. the hillbilly gamer ! on

    how do we know it’s not Fukushima doing all this I mean it’s still dumping out radioactive water in the ocean every day we really don’t know what it doubt the reactor could have washed out to sea who knows fuel rods could have washed out we don’t know what was. See if you feel the same I think it’s Fukushima date

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  10. Juan Jose Vasquez Arbelaez on

    Fukushima 100%, high levels of radiation have been reported, this can increase the temperature of the pacific ocean.

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  11. kennith rogers on

    I just watched a video about extreme heated carbon under Yellowstone. Vid by bpearthwatch. Maybe that’s heating the ocean or somehow related. Just a thought.

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  12. Bryn Finlayson on

    this looks like the trash or rubbish vortex of waste that collects in the pacific. which explains the increase in ozone.

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  13. Robert Andrews on

    yes fukushima and all the microwaves along with chem trails of aluminum being blasted out all over the world,this is criminal.God what is wrong with these people.wanting to destroy our own being.JESUS WILL BE HERE SOON.

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  14. Lucky Lefty Lucciano on

    it’s the nuclear pollution the 650gallons of plutonium and mox being dumped into the ocean everyday since 2011.. that’s the answer fools

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  15. Lucky Lefty Lucciano on

    we dropped 2 bombs on Japan on ww2 Japan dropped 777 nuclear bombs into the world’s oceans.. full circle

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  16. If only on

    Ozone is the good stuff. It protects the earth from dangerous UV rays. Holes in the ozone are what’s bad. Or a lack of ozone, or the depletion of the ozone layer.

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  17. aly nicholls on

    its fukushima but not radiation per se, its caused by bacteria introduced to break down radioactive waste, its a plume of it the heat is the by product, i think that this bacteria is being consumed in the food chain and causing die offs.

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  18. WatcherInTheMeadow on

    Why are you using a picture from May 2015?? Do you have an up to date heat signature on the Pacific Ocean? One that is more current? Pun not intended.

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  19. Shanean Gilling on

    Tyler…Fukishima has created great concern, even amongst et contact. Radiation! What do you, as a professionally ordained fringe expert, think?

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  20. Sethdarkus on

    Ozone is a byproduct of life so the increase in algae could explain it or we could go Crazy and say that aliens are terraforming Earth to the conditions of their home world by tapping into the cores heat as a source to cause it or something,.

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  21. Beagle 32 on

    there’s a hole in Antarctica that has been creating heat and is blocked off by the military and almost everyone that has been near it has reported alien activities.

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  22. E Loesch on

    Have you thought that maybe a large enough stellar object entering our solar system would cause large scale gravitational disturbances in our planet? What effects would appear if our core were slowed or outright stopped by those forces? The Earths magnetic field has been getting weaker at an alarming rate, even as the suns has been getting more powerful.

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  23. Ryan Draper on

    You know what, I think you out there may have a valid point, I originally immediately thought Fukushima Diiachi was going to be the cause, but you are right, we would surly see this around the coast and away from the site, I concede. Aliens then. Lool. 👽👽👽

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  24. Ryan Draper on

    ….still stand by the latter part of my comment tho, whether or not this particular anomaly is involved. we still F’d

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  25. Jeddah Pankau on

    I know this sounds crazy, but we did this. People talk about aliens, but the truth is that aliens are us from the future that came back as tourists. They didn’t realize it would create a paradoxical nightmare that has an endless loop. One of the Rothschilds came back in time and told his ancestors how to control the planet by using banking systems. The twist is, when he went back to future he found his double but didn’t understand why. Because the past was changed it changed major events that were significant so in order to keep the space time continuum in tact. The powers that be created another of himself because he forgot to tell his ancestors he came back in time. Anyways, the body double killed him out of fear and misunderstanding and that’s what crashed the system. Like a computer. We are in an alternate timeline, that’s why things are so outrageous lately. This doesn’t happen in a normal world. Sorry to break it to ya…

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  26. Thomas Petrie on

    We do NOT know what is causing this massive heated up area of the Pacific ocean. However, what is conspicuous about this video is that Fukushima is not mentioned–even once! I can’t imagine that a few melted down nuclear reactors could do this, BUT I’m not an engineer and this would be question that should be asked. But 300 metric tons per day, x 2,191 days (since 3/11/11), is 657,450 tons of highly radioactive water! Now when you divide this into the 6.38 x 10 (20) (ten to the twentieth power or 20 zeros: 638,000,000,000,000,000,000 kilograms. Since 1,000 kilograms is a metric ton, remove 3 zeros and you have the weight of the pacific ocean in metric tons. So, 657,450 metric tons is a very small amount of water, HOWEVER, for some reason–perhaps because it’s very “hot” (e.g., radioactive), it RISES, so all this radioactive water may be on the SURFACE and it is the SURFACE temperature that is being measured by these satellites, NOT the temperatures that go two to twelve miles below the surface! So my little exercise in arithmetic above, that shows 1.03 billionth of one percent radioactive water in the pacific ocean might be IRRELEVANT! Now 1.446 million pounds of highly radioactive water ON THE SURFACE of the ocean divided by the surface area…

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  27. User1984 on

    who here is qualified to speak on nuclear technology I would like to hear from an actual authority on this subject if there is as I have always believed that the japan meltdown caused the huge increase in birth defects in and around north Australia the Philippines and Papua New Guinea, and that the fish have been dying and maybe radioactive. But the Aussie Govt are saying it is a virus from a mosquito bite, which is hard to believe that this is three seperate countries anyone have any other knowledge of this?

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  28. James Paden on

    Any chance there is connection to the Yellowstone Caldera? No need reply, just somethings I wondered if you had considered. Some say it is overdue and could blow at any time, and super volcanoes are something we also have never experienced. Just seems possible, to me.

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  29. M. ARS. on

    Earthquakes, volcanoes, radiation, gamma rays, massive animal die off, aliens, planet x, hell they even think the earth is flat lol, wars, political chaos, Antarctica melting, is it worth even trying to understand or prepare lol…

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  30. Peter Schmidt on

    HOW COME GOOD POPSICLE FUN CANT BE SEEN WITH KIDS PLAYING WITH EACH OTHER? THEY JUST ACT GOOFY AND TRY TO BE COOL ABOUT IT? ITS LIKE ADULTS ACTING PROFESSIONAL WITH ONE ANOTHER AND CANNOT BE CAUGHT OR SEEN ENJOYING ANYTHING. FUCK IS WRONG WITH OUR SOCIETY? WAS THIS THE ONLY WAY THEY COULD MINIMIZE GRANPA POKING EYES AND KIDNAPPING? STILL

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  31. Tony Meldrum on

    Just curious about how much salt is in the area, more salt less water?? Can sea life handle to much salt?? And yea, the japan incident could have a strong affect, plus how much oil spilt everywhere combinded?? All this is humans faults, screw aliens, i believe they are around but really? Its careless humans!! The volcanos been there forever, why now, all of em?? Idk, its all messed regardless.

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  32. Splatterhead Jones on

    Secureteam10 dude,
    Not a head scratcher. In addition to Fukushima, farming runoff, draught, overfishing, sewage both treated and untreated and all the other insults to the planet we have deemed necessary “for economic growth” have joined forces with the main greenhouse gasses to heat the planet, a mostly ocean planet, to the point that we can’t even begin to predict what will happen next. The Arctic ocean will be ice free for the first time in millions… MILLIONS of years. 94% of additional atmospheric CO2 heat forcing ultimately goes into the ocean. El Nino represents the climate system releasing concentrated heat back out where some is radiated out to space as the climate attempts to rebalance the input to output. Storms release heat back into the atmosphere from the ocean in a similar way. Satellites have made it possible to learn so much more about our world, and hopefully we learn in time.

    IF the rate of extinction which is at LEAST 100000%, or 1000 (1000 to 10,000 is the range estimated by the Center for Biological Diversity) times greater than the “background rate” which is a base line determined by abundant, robust historical data,
    THEN we have apparently perturbed the climate, not only with Fukushima and all the other ways we pollute our only home, but primarily by pumping out CO2 and other greenhouse gasses enough to kick off some geophysical phenomena that we need to use our imagination to visualize. That is because you, sir, are right! We ARE living on a planet that is not the same planet occupied by humans even fifty years ago. This is not a changed planet, it is a changing planet and it will continue to change as long as we continue to add CO2 in amounts like 40 Billion tons of CO2 per year on top of what land use and other natural sources produce. The rate of change has accelerated in several areas we, as a planetary society should care about… since there is no plan two because there is no planet 2. Scientists have come out of academia from disparate disciplines, typically disinterested in public policy. Preferring the lab or the field to a TV studio, they have come out anyhow issuing dire warnings. I’m surprised that society hasn’t reacted with more urgency than it has. We are truly facing an existential crisis, a crisis that threatens our very existence. Frankly, I kind of hope the aliens do come rescue us. They couldn’t fuck it up much worse than we already have. We can hope for that all we want but we should also do what we can to lower our emissions to a safer level, pursue zero carbon energy sources and use our land wisely. Every year that passes we dump another 10GT of carbon into the already saturated ocean and atmosphere. The warm blob is the result of heat accumulating in the ocean because of Global Warming. Thanks for helping bring awareness of all the crazy, fucked up shit that’s happening to our home, the earth its atmosphere and its oceans. You rock pretty fucking hard. Take a break when you need one. Make time for your family and all the other things you love. I hope you continue to love putting out the videos… laying it out as clearly as you can, not giving a clean fuck what anyone thinks or whether someone agrees or not… and keep on keepin on.
    Peace!
    Your Subscriber and friend,
    Splat

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  33. The Lone Wolf 6161 on

    I got a proposition like Tyler said Aliens, UFOs flying into the ocean and vise versa What if the aliens are heating up the planet so the can extinct the human population or reduce the human population so it is easier to over take us?!?!

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  34. Jason Sykes on

    Its no anomaly its radioactive waste from Fukushima nuclear plants that melted down on average 5/600 metric tonnes if radioactive waste a day is still pouring into Pacific ocean just from reactor 2 alone

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  35. High Uare on

    ok i normally enjoy your videos, however this one just seems like you did zero research on the topic. the fukushima nuclear disaster is the only conclusion to your questions. it has nothing to do with aliens, or some weird strange thing.

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  36. nazra7 on

    It could just be the Earth’s natural way of reproducing its ozone layer as it has been decreasing over time due to air pollution.

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  37. Tommy Baker on

    From the scale of the picture, this is nowhere near the “middle” of the Pacific ocean,it’s more like 600-700 miles west of Portland, Or. Another Global warming scare???

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  38. Dany Backpunch on

    hydro thermal extra production or fracture of the bed ocean wich is might trace a straight line to the core!?

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  39. Fred Carter on

    So much more BS! Lightening strikes the ocean and fish die for miles what is so hard to figure out about these things? Duh!

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