Jellyfish Swarms Shut Three Nuclear Power Stations ; When Nature Retaliates!
Four nuclear reactors, at three separate nuclear power stations, in different locations across the globe, have had to be shut down after being swarmed by millions of jellyfish.
In a totally unprecedented turn of events, jellyfish have swarmed in their millions and forced the closure of three nuclear power stations in the last few days.
Two nuclear reactors at the Torness power station, East Lothian, UK , The Shimane nuclear reactor in Japan and another in Israel when literally millions of jellyfish swarmed towards the stations and blocked water intake pipes, crucial to the plants cooling systems.
Although this time of the year is the Jellyfish “blooming season”, experts cannot currently explain the behaviors of the swarms.
It is often said that Jellyfish are one of the most understudied sea creatures because they are so darn difficult to handle above water and difficult to track below water.
There is however, a known correlation between jellyfish and electricity, green fluorescent protein extracted from jellyfish is being used to develop solar technology – as when exposed to ultra-violet light, it effectively produces electricity.
If the jellyfish are capable of carrying an electrical charge, they may also be attracted to other objects with energy fields – for example, nuclear power plant pumping engines.
As there are many types of jellyfish, and very little information available about the specific species which are seemingly attracted to the power stations, it is impossible to know if this is a valid assumption or if the seemingly “coordinated nuclear attack” is simply coincidental.
Were we warned about the Jellyfish?
Just to end on a totally bizarre note, in June 2009, a 600 foot jellyfish design appeared in a crop field in Oxfordshire, UK.
Crop circles are, for many people, not to be taken seriously as it is a highly publicized and undisputed fact that a very high percentage of these crop designs are man-made.
However, what is particularly interesting is why the largest crop-circle gang in the UK, responsible for carefully designing and marking out a huge number of crop circles out in the dead of night (according to researcher Richard D Hall’s extensive investigations in this area) are very highly educated individuals funded by MI5!
Perhaps therefore we should consider why we are being deliberately hoodwinked by MI5, why should they bother? Perhaps to deflect our attention from the genuine few that mysteriously appear in our fields each year and just maybe this crop design was a warning or message…..maybe this is just the beginning of the jellyfish attack……Just a passing thought!