Research terminal (main building)Edit
= Nahant Oceanological Society =
........<User "Jim Prescott" signed in>
We will be shutting down for the last week of October while the bulk of our staff is in Monterey for the National Aquatic Protection Symposium. I will be remaining here to continue preperation for the harbor blockade to protest the war the first week of November. Remaining staff members, please use the week to coordinate with volunteers to get more sign ups for the blockade. I will be working out of the research lab this week if you need to find me.
Dr. Casey Reed
PS: Jim, please remember to power down the robots before you leave for the weekend.
Here at the Nahant Oceanological Society we strive to save our oceans by researching the longterm effects of radioactive exposure to aquatic life and working with the community to raise public awareness. We believe that companies such as Poseidenand General Atomics have gone unchecked too long and that radical action is neccessary to protect our world from a horrific future.
Research terminal (lab)Edit
= Nahant Oceanological Research =
.......<User "Casey Reed" signed in>
This is insane. An increase in average mass by 14% in crabs and 12% in lobsters is not something to be celebrated! If this trend continues, the additional food necessary to sustain the shellfish population could lead to colony collapse! I've tried again to bring our findings about the growth and mutations to the press and those assholes at GNN just took our findings and spun them into a story about how great shellfish season is going to be.
This is the 14th month in a row that we have seen a continued increase in toxicity in barnacles and cod. This raises the average month over month increase to 34% compared to those in the control tanks. We've tried contacting the Boston Port Authority, but they refuse to take or return our calls.
Samples from Lake QuannapowittEdit
This is very strange. One of my colleagues sent us a sample from Lake Quannapowitt asking for independent verification to compare against his findings. The radiation and toxicity levels are 15 times higher than the sample we had from last year, and well over safe levels for people to be swimming. I've sent our report back to him to confirm his findings.
I can't find the keys to your office and I need to print out more of the signup sheets and info pamphlets for the harbor blockade. Did you leave them in the ship again?
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