Monday, January 20, 2020

Doctrines Philosophies and Water

Sound Technology affects Water in the Oceans and Marine Life

Effects of Noise Pollution from Ships on Marine Life. ... Studies have showed that while these 'sounds' may have no impact on human, in marine life, they can be detrimental. Population of cetacean (whales and dolphins) has declined in areas prone to such noise pollution from ships.

Two main reasons that make environmental impact of noise in marine life especially grave are- firstly noise travels much more in water, covering greater distances than it would do on land while travelling though air, and secondly because the marine life is extremely sensitive to noise pollution. Due to their extreme reliance on underwater sounds for basic life functions like searching for food and mate and an absence of any mechanism to safeguard them against it, underwater noise pollution disrupts marine life in more serious ways.

Source of ocean noise pollution include everything from the ship noise to the low frequency sonar ‘sounds’ used extensively in submarine detection or even the seismic air gun noise from oil and gas exploration or even commercial shipping traffic and coastal jet ski traffic. Studies have showed that while these ‘sounds’ may have no impact on human, in marine life, they can be detrimental. Population of cetacean (whales and dolphins) has declined in areas prone to such noise pollution from ships.

The effect of underwater noise pollution is more painful than anything else for the animals. Most animals are alarmed by the alien sounds. The deaths can occur due to hemorrhages, changed diving pattern, migration to newer places, and damage to internal organs and an overall panic response to the foreign sounds. There is also a disruption in normal communication between marine animals as a result of underwater noise pollution. This means animals prone to noise pollution are unable to call their mates, look for food or even make a cry for help under such circumstances.

Many marine animals like the fish (rockfish, herring, san eel, cod, blue whiting etc) show signs of extensive damage to their ears upon exposure to seismic air guns even up to several kilometers.

Sound Technology used for the Oil Exploitation Affect the structure of the water in a negative way

The sound waves hit the sea floor, penetrating miles into it, and bounce back to the surface, where they are picked up by hydrophones. The acoustic patterns form a three-dimensional map of where oil and gas most likely lie. ... And air guns are now the most common method companies use to map the ocean floor.

The layers of the seafloor are examined with seismic reflection and seismic refraction (also called wide angle seismics). Echosounding is a basic type of seismic reflection. Echosounding is used to measure the depth of the water. High-frequency echosounders (12,000 Hz) are used to measure the depth to the seafloor. A sound pulse is sent from a ship and that sound reflects off the seafloor and returns to the ship. The time the sound takes to travel to the bottom and back is used to calculate the distance to the seafloor . Low-frequency echosounders (1,000 to 6,000 Hz) can penetrate a short distance into the seafloor, up to approximately 100 meters, to study the upper sediment layers

Seismic reflection uses a stronger sound signal and lower sound frequencies (10-50 Hz) than echosounding in order to look deeper below the seafloor. The sound pulse is often sent from an airgun array towed behind a slowly moving ship. Airguns rapidly release compressed air, forming a bubble. This bubble formation produces a loud sound .

Nuclear Tests in The Oceans

Decades after the nuclear bomb tests of the Cold War, traces of radioactive carbon have been found in the deepest parts of the ocean.
Crustaceans found in the deepest trenches of the Pacific Ocean showed high levels of radioactive carbon in their muscle tissues, according to a study published in the journal Geophysical Research Letters in April.
The "bomb carbon" found its way into their molecules from nuclear tests performed in the 1950s and '60s -- and it's been found miles down into the ocean where these creatures live. The results show how quickly human pollution can enter the ocean's food chain and reach the deep ocean, according to the study's authors.
It's a disturbing discovery that shows how the actions of humans can harm the planet.

Chemical Weapons on the Ocean Floor

Andrew Curry writes in his article "Weapons of War Litter the Ocean Floor"

At least one million tonnes of chemical weapons were dumped in the oceans between 1919 and 1980.

Beldowski and his colleagues looked for something very different, based on Popiel’s research. They searched for the complex chemical cocktail that military scientists used to weaponize some stocks of sulfur mustard, as well as the new degradation products created by the munitions’ reaction with seawater. The team found sulfur mustard byproducts in the seafloor sediment and often in the water around dumped bombs and containers.

What is certain, however, is that the chemical weapons lying on the seafloor pose a serious threat to humans who come in direct contact with them. And as the world focuses more on the oceans as a source of energy and food, the danger presented by underwater munitions to unsuspecting workers and fishing crews is growing. “When you invest more in the offshore economy, each day the risk of finding chemical munitions increases,”

Indeed, some major industrial projects in the Baltic, such as the Nord Stream gas pipeline from Germany to Russia, are now planning their routes in order to avoid disturbing chemical weapon dumps. And trawler activity on the ocean floor continues to uncover chemical munitions. In 2016 alone, Danish authorities have responded to four contaminated boats.

Scalar Weapons Tests in the Oceans affect the water the marine life and peoples

Acording to Tom Bearden in his website and article Examples of Sightings of
Probable Scalar Weapon Activity

Mushroom clouds from "cold explosions," Tesla domes sighted, taking over a pilot's mind. All quotes by Tom Bearden.
1. Endothermic exhaust plumes on Soviet island
"The right picture shows the "puff" of an explosive emergence of the exhaust. In other words, this one is the exhaust from a "dumping transfer" howitzer used in the pulsed exothermic mode. Since it did not have so much energy to dump, it could dump it in a pulse. Again, the primary howitzer, of course, was activated in the endothermic mode. " 
2. More probable howitzer plumes
"These exhausts from Bennett Island are euphemistically called plumes by U.S. weather analysts."
3. Location of many anomalous exhaust plumes
"This slide shows the location of three areas of interest relative to Soviet scalar EM weapons testing."
4. Site of Mystery Mushroom cloud, seen by several pilots
"The location of the "cold explosion" off the coast of Japan on April 9, 1984. The site of the explosion was only about 200 miles from downtown Tokyo. It was seen by the crews of several jet airliners, including Japan Air Lines Flight 36."
5. Giant mushroom cloud erupted above the ocean south of the Kuril Islands
"It also was a direct "stimulus" to the Japanese and the rest of the world: That is, stimulate the system and see if the scientists recognize what happened. If they do, then they know about scalar EM weapons. If they don't, then their countries know nothing of scalar EM weapons, and those countries are defenseless against them. "

Ocean Water

The foundation is the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS 1982). It says that a country may claim an area extending 12 nautical miles from its coast as its own territorial sea. Additionally it can exploit 200 nautical miles of the water column beyond its coast as its exclusive economic zone. The same applies to the first 200 nautical miles of the sea floor, the continental shelf. The resources found there can be exploited by that country alone. And that is not all. If the country can scientifically prove that its continental shelf extends even further – that it is continuously geologically connected to the mainland – it also has the sole rights to the resources there as well. This territorial claim includes islands but not rocks or other outcroppings.

But it is no longer merely a matter of access to shipping lanes. The reason for the current international conflicts actually lies beneath the waves. The disputes revolve around the expansion of territorial seas and economic zones in order to secure exclusive rights to socalled non-living marine resources, like the valuable minerals and fossil fuels buried beneath the sea floor. They are about “territory” in the sea. Absurd? Not if you look at where land begins. And where it allegedly ends.

Manifest destiny

Manifest destiny is a doctrine popular with many Americans during the 1840s that the conquests of North America was divinely obtained; that God not men had ordered the destruction of Indians, forests, buffalo, the draining of swamps and the channelling of rivers, and the development of an economy that depend on the continuing exploitation of labor and natural resources.

The Monroe Doctrine

The Monroe Doctrine originally enunciated by president James Monroe  pin 1823 was  used to take Manifest Destiny a step further when in 1950-1960  was used to assert that the United States had special rights all over the hemisphere, including the right to invade any nation in Central or South America.  That refused to back up  US policies.

According to John Perkins the author of "The Confessions of an Economic Hit Man"
"Teddy Rosevelt invoked Monroe Doctrine to justify US intervention in the Dominican Republic, in Venezuela and during the libera6of Panama from Columbia. 

A series of US presidents notably Taft, Wilson and Franklin Roswelt relied in it to expand Washington Pan American activities through the end of world war.

During the later half of the twentieth century the United States used the communist threat to justify expansion of this concept to countries around the globe including Vietnam and Indonesia"

All these countries were used as resources of raw material after were indebted to international banks using Economic Hit Mens. Some of these resources were the water in the rivers and oil exploitation of the sea floors and Ocean floors




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