Back in 1945, just as WWII was coming to a close, nations around the world had been left in ruins and craved peace. Representatives of 50 countries gathered at the "United Nations Conference on International Organization" in San Francisco, California from 25 April to 26 June 1945. For the next two months, they proceeded to draft and then sign the UN Charter, which created a new international organization, "the United Nations," which, it was hoped, would prevent further cataclysmic events such as the two successive world wars, genocide, a devastating influenza pandemic, a worldwide economic depression, and crippling hunger and poverty across the war-torn world.
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Bill Laughing-Bear testing a dead whale for a radiation reading in Alaska.
Radioactive caesium five times above permitted levels in Japan has been detected in black rockfish caught in northeastern Fukushima Prefecture, according to a Feb. 22 announcement by a local fishing association.
Some 500 becquerels per kilogram of caesium was found in black rockfish caught at a depth of 24 meters about 8.8 kilometres off the town of Shinchi, exceeding the national standard level of 100 becquerels per kilogram. The Fukushima Prefectural Federation of Fisheries Co-operative Associations has since halted the distribution of the fish until it can confirm their safety.
Thursday, 14 January 2021 It is much worse than they are telling us: Up to 1 million: species threatened with extinction: Tens to hundreds of times: the extent to which the current rate of global species extinction is higher compared to the average over the last 10 million years, and the rate is accelerating