To paraphrase an oft-misattributed quote, pseudoscience can travel halfway around the world while good science is still putting its lab coat on.This would appear to be the case for “At the Very Least, Your Days of Eating Pacific Ocean Fish Are Over,” a hysterical blog post alleging that all fish out of the Pacific will be unsafe to eat forever because of leaking radioactive water from the Fukushima nuclear plant.The piece was written by Gary Stamper, who runs “Collapse into Consciousness,” a website devoted to surviving the supposed coming collapse of society.
Love me, for I shall fill your dinner table with many fish such as this one in the days to come. The farthest reaches of the shoreline are within our grasp. 5Worry not about the woman with the face scribbled out in this picture of me in formal wear. Cast your eyes upon me as I might cast a fishing line into a bountiful river. This is the face of a man who would never scribble out your face and upload the picture onto a dating app.
Abdomens are important for fishing excursions and mirror selfies, such as this one. Peer into the depths of my heart, a small ocean of the meatiest haddock. Tell me about an appointment and I will offer you a ride faster than anyone has ever offered before. Name an ocean and I will drive to it and fish for you there.
The dense white part you can see is actually its skull, visible through its skin, Yancey said.
It's lengthy, mostly see-through tail is probably made of gelatin."It's moving very slowly so it's not clear how well it can swim," he said.
I will claim you as I have claimed this landscape, as I have claimed myriad salmon. For mine are the wings of an albatross that shall descend upon the water's surface, pluck out the ripest flounder, and place it at your feet as a small offering of my love, if you swipe right.