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published: 2017-12-06 23:04:41

https://www.gofundme.com/sdc76s Be prepared SAN Diego;; the next week will be intense,, Tide Pools in Horrific critical condition, given a F- by Kevin D. Blanch PhD the Great Pacific Genocide AML leukemia survivor;; the ME GEnoration that killed the ECOLOGY, the False Equivalent Democracy, haters of the ECOLOGY, the. Me me Generation to bad they all did not die before they got old, for the future of all living un born unhatched un sprouted , has been SOLD,, Kevin D. Blanch PhD the Great Pacific Genocide AML leukemia survivor December 6 2017

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  1. The false equivalency democracy, that killed the ECOLOGY,, Kevin D. Blanch PhD the Great Pacific Genocide AML leukemia survivor December 6 2017

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  2. FU Fuktonium is very real in the gas nuclear light district,, Kevin D. Blanch PhD the Great Pacific Genocide AML leukemia survivor as Flynn Tweets as the Zion king is crowned,, who do you think the whistle blower, is;;;;;

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  3. The end to wildlife is the biggest threat to any country. #thecove

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  4. Rainforest connection can be used as a fire alarm they said.

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  5. Not only have you documented the dying tide pools there, this video really shows how bad the trees, grass and shrubs look. I lived in CA for 24 years and I've never seen them look in such critical condition. Everything should be green and lush this time of year. I wonder what the Monterey Bay area is like now. Our world has changed right before our eyes, yet, so few see it. This really does feel like we are stuck in a Twilight Zone episode, except, this one is for the rest of our lives.

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  6. I haven't left a lot of comments lately mostly because I didn't know what to say or really even to think about what I've been seeing.

    I've been to the ocean twice in my life. The first time was way back in the 70s. I went into the water 3 times. The first time, my sister and I were swimming in Kino Bay. My dad and grandparents were on a (I believe) lava rock hill. All of a sudden, my dad was yelling at me to get my (little) sister out of the water. She was almost to me when I saw what set off my dad. It was a (to me) large fin come up out of the water. Just as she got to me, the thing started going down into the water. I literally threw her up onto the beach. I turned (while treading backward) just in time to see a shark getting pushed up out of the water away from me. I have no idea what kind of shark it was (big enough to scare the bejeezus out of me and apparently my dad) and believe it or not (I've been told by "experts" it couldn't have been), I was young enough to believe that Flipper had come to the rescue. Again, no idea what kind, but a dolphin saved my backside as far as I'm concerned. This all happened before noon. After that happened (and dad and I calmed down), he was invited to a small, village I believe, way down the coast a couple hours drive. When we got there, there was a… celebration going on. The kids were mostly in the water on a small, sand mound? about 15 or 20 feet out into the water. Now, growing up in Oklahoma, learning horses, you get thrown, you get back up and try again. So I did what I thought was the right thing to do. I tried to go into the water. I took one step into the water and a pretty little (kinda) jellyfish started getting pushed into the water between the shore and the little island/sand mound. Okay, the water is telling me that's not my element and I should stay out. Well, maybe but I gotta try right? So, about an hour later, I try again. Only this time, along comes what I take as a baby Man-O-War. It has tendrils? that I can easily see following after it and they go on for a long time. Not knowing, I figure where there's a baby, there's a mama. At least in my world it works that way.

    Anyway, three shots and you're out rule. I haven't been in salt water since then. Hell, 20 years later, my daughter wanted to play in the water… um, Los Angeles, down near the Navy Base. Can't remember the name of the beach. I sat way back from the water and worked hard at not having a panic attack while my little girl practically ran into water that I thought should have looked more brown/tan than the gray black it looked like to me.

    Anyway, like I said, I don't do salt water. There are things in there I have no defense against. At least there were before Fukushima. Now I wonder what's mutating down where we (humans) can't really get to. My point when I started this was that I always thought that the tide pools looked more like a Reef with all the colors I've seen pictures of. And documentaries. What you've been showing us … I can't see any of the gods being happy over what we (humans) have done to her (the ocean) since all life comes from her to start with.

    As smart as some humans are, as a race I really don't believe we have any business dealing with nuclear anything. And as far as the waste goes … There isn't any place on the planet that we would be "safe" from the stuff, but sending it out into space? What happens if some entity comes across it and thinks we're declaring war on them? What would we do then? I'm not arrogant enough to believe that we're the only beings around. I also believe we're in our infancy as a race. If we could find beings that could actually USE the waste, that would be great. But I'm not holding my breath. I think scenario one is more likely.

    I hope you make it out of there before mother nature throws her switch for the area. Or has the fires started already? It's about that time of the calendar isn't it?

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  7. Thanks Kevin, as I cut down my dead trees, that should have another 150 years in the appellations

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  8. California is primed for fires so dry. Sewage on the coasts. Lack of respect of our world. Do not spend ones money on tourism there is nothing to see. Hollywood is nothing to see. LegoLand is a joke. I would not touch the wildlife because it is all gone anyway.

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  9. Just to let you know that I share your videos on LinkedIn and I get hundreds of views each video. People are watching this play out…

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  10. Are we Violated YET , great work Kevin , thank you .

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