Pacific Ocean Heating Rapidly after new Fukushima Leak

Scientists are scrambling to come up with a way to neutralize Fukushima Radiation.

Scientists are scrambling to come up with a way to neutralize Fukushima Radiation.

FUKUSHIMA — A new study by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration shows that temperatures in the Pacific are heating up at an enormous rate, due to another massive leak of radiation at Fukushima. Worldwide, citizens are reporting excessive humidity and rain which is a direct result of the rapid increase in the Pacific Ocean’s increasing temperature.

Nuclear Climatologist Dr. Angstrom H. Troubador said, “Even if no more radiation were to leak, we could conservatively estimate another 80 years of increased Pacific Ocean surface temperatures. Global humidity will not decrease until the fallout loses most of its potency in 40 years. There are no imaginable countermeasures to waterborne oceanic fallout that will not increase the already considerable strain on ocean life.”


Weeks ago, the Ocean began boiling around Fukushima. There is now too much steam to photograph the area.

Psychoanalyst Dr. Herman Stephenson said, “The Japanese have a symbolic fixation on both nuclear disasters and the ocean. It is unthinkable that any single sensible person would locate a nuclear power plant right on the oceanfront in a place where Tsunamis are so common. Perhaps the loss of World War 2 and the subsequent 70 years of a novel government guided by Western values has inspired an unconscious suicidal urge. Perhaps it was even a long-delayed conscious act of Seppuku.”

13 comments to Pacific Ocean Heating Rapidly after new Fukushima Leak

  • Joe

    What the heck is a Nuclear Climatologist? This and all the other hysteria on FB and Twitter are completely false. That map has nothing do with radiation, it’s a model showing how the tsunami wave travelled across the ocean on the day of the earthquake. And that steam photo is from several weeks ago when there was steam coming from inside the plant, not from the ocean.

    Or maybe it’s just godzilla coming up to take revenge?

  • binder

    nicely made up story

  • Miguel

    Dr. Angstrom H. Troubador? This is parody? I don’t get what this site is.

  • Donna DiBernardo

    I am troubled that these last 2 days is the first I’ve head that they have been monitering the waters & sealife in CA. Maybe because I moved right before the meltdown? But the last I heard 2 yrs ago was that we shouldn’t worry, that it will never reach the US coast. I am afraid for my kids since they both live so close to the ocean. If these things I’ve read on FB are not true, I wish some one would speak up on that site. If it is true, shouldn’t the government help with this recsearch & look into the furture so they can protect their citizens?

  • Robbie Hatley

    The map above is falsely labeled. The image has *nothing* to do with radiation; it is a chart of max wave heights associated with the tsunami of March 11, 2011. It is *not* a chart of radiation levels (as some web sites falsely claim) nor is it a chart of ocean temperatures (as *you* falsely claim). Please stop spreading this misinformation.