The Deep Ones send Jellyfish to attempt delay in a Nuke Plant….first attempt fails…
Ohi No.3 reactor reaches full capacity
NHK WORLD English | Jul. 8, 2012 – 16:42
….The nuclear reactor was restarted on July first after being shut down for maintenance that lasted 15 months….the electric generator at the No.3 reactor at the Ohi nuclear plant Fukui Prefecture reached 100-percent power output of 1.18 million kilowatts on Saturday.
On Sunday afternoon, a swarm of jellyfish prevented sea water from being absorbed to cool the reactor. Kansai Electric was forced to reduce the power output, but went ahead with the work as scheduled when the amount of jellyfish receded…more...
The first thing I thought when I saw this NHK report was, “WTF, NOT AGAIN!?”
The 3Yen reported about jellyfish attacks on Japanese nuclear power plants several times in the past few years:
• INVASION OF THE NUCLEAR JELLYFISH CONTINUES!
(3Yen /2011-07-10 )
• Jellyfish attack Japanese nuke plant!
(3Yen / 2011-06-25)
• Killer jellyfish invade Japan’s seas
(3Yen / 2008-02-09)
• INVASION OF THE NUCLEAR JELLYFISH!
(3Yen / 2006-07-20)
HOWEVER, the real rest-of-the-story comes from the in-depth, ‘deep’ article of MongaBay.com: Will jellyfish take over the world?.
Looking at the many scientific reports of burgeoning masses jellyfish rapidly taking over the oceans, the report foresees an, “ominous image of a jellyfish evolving terrestrial limbs and pulling itself onto land—readying itself for a new conquest” and “except the last sentence, of course–could conceivably come to pass.” Mongabay.com goes on to quote Dr. Anthony Richardson saying that this is, “the ‘jellyfish joyride’ and it is already happening in parts of the ocean: diverse fish populations are being replaced by jellyfish” …more...