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First Underwater Video Feedback from above Fundy Tidal Generator!

1) Turbine EMF emissions 1 meter into open seawater gap: 120,000,000 nT (1.2 T)


2) Subsea power cable EMF Emissions 1.5 meter into seawater:30 nT (0.00000003 T)


3) EMF emissions that affect whale strandings: 50 nT (0.00000005 Tesla)


Extra, Extra Read All About it!!

I recommend a well placed depth charge by the Canadian Navy to remove the turbine…

SCUBA Divers Returning From Fundy Tidal Generator EMF Survey

“Because details of the TISEC devices are unknown, the magnitude of EMF levels cannot be accurately predicted” [THIS STATEMENT IS NOW BULLSHIT]



Compare the Tesla Levels IN the seawater

0.295/0.000000003 = 98 Million times higher EMF in the seawater around the generator than levels known to impact marine life!


Above the Raging Waters and the Darkness Underneath

Spooky Fish Kills From a Distance…



The permanent magnetic motor tidal generator like the one installed in the Bay of Fundy the same week the fish, lobster, clams and seastars started dying passes ALL of the EMF through the conductive seawater between the rotor and stator. This level of EMF is millions of times greater than known to cause problems with marine life. OMG!




Alternating current/mag fields drop off as 1/distance^3. All the EMF flux from that pulsed generator is passing through the conductive seawater based upon their research! (not mine!)




Direct current/mag fields drop off as 1/distance^2.  Looks to me like that pulsed generator is generating both AC and DC fields in that 2 meter gap between rotor and stator and is affecting marine life for a couple of kilometers or more around the generator…



Oh it has begun

Fishockalypse Now!



“In the context of TISEC devices, there are some designs of devices that may emit EMF, such as those that use permanent magnet driven turbines. Hence the design of the device may need to be considered with regards to EMF. A 2010 Scottish review found no current information on EMF from wave or tidal devices (Gill and Bartlett 2010). That particular review took the view that any effects apparent will be similar to those associated with offshore wind subsea cable EMF.

[WTF? – Why are they comparing submerged electric generator EMF emissions to the EMF emissions of the submerged cables of a wind turbine electric generator 100 ft in the air?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????WTF?

Shocking Nemo?


Fish Die Off in Nova Scotia Still Unexplained

Modelling of the generator for OpenHydro’s tidal energy system

(Extremely high EMF Fields generated in the saltwater gap between rotor and stator)  that magnetic field is strong enough to induce up to 2 megawatts of power in the conductive copper windings and it will also induce high levels of EMF in the conductive saltwater gap.

Assessment of Potential Ecosystem Effects from Electromagnetic Fields (EMF) Associated with Subsea Power Cables and TISEC Devices in Minas Channel

“Because details of the TISEC devices are unknown, the magnitude of EMF levels cannot be accurately predicted”  [This is actually bullshit, see the generator model above]

Natural Geomagnetic Earth Magnetic Flux Density:  25 to 65 microteslas

Magnetic Flux Density known to detrimentally effect Atlantic Halibut: 3 milliTesla

Unshielded, osciliating  magnetic flux density across 6.5 ft. (2 m)saltwater gap from OpenHydro rotor/stator: 1.23 Tesla


EXCEEDS UNSAFE KNOWN LIMIT FOR HALIBUT BY (1.23/.003*100) = 41,667%!!!

“Levels of direct mortality of organisms passing through turbines could be high and disorientation might reduce species viability.” Agreed

“Shielded submarine cables generally emit very low levels of EMF. Cables that become damaged and emissions from tidal turbines and other components will contribute additional sources of EMF.[it’s not the cables dumbassess, it’s the high powered magnets in the rotor]

Nova Scotia Dead zone meets my criteria:

  1. Are electrical engineers experimenting nearby (yes)
  2. Are electrical engineers generating 2,000,000 watts of electricity by submerging an electrical generator in conductive saltwater (YES)
  3. Are electrical engineers placing a high voltage substation/transformer underwater (YES)
  4. Are dead fish, lobster, starfish and whales mysteriously washing ashore (YES)

And if the dumbasses happened to place ICCP corrosion anodes on the turbine they will be pumping an additional few hundred amps into the seawater that will also contribute to dead stuff.

“Protection of divers and swimmers from dangerous voltages in vicinity of energised ICCP systems” (Quick, somebody tell the whales…)

Should Please the Minions…


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Date: Mon, Jan 2, 2017 at 1:49 PM
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To: ChemE Stewart <>
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Yup. We are taking it seriously for sure.  And yup the folks in Orlando do a fantastic job.  I am glad you enjoyed your experience.  Thanks so much again.

Vancouver Aquarium Marine Science Centre
From: ChemE Stewart []
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Subject: Re: Beluga Deaths: Portable Vet Ultrasound Documentation Safety Review (GE LOGIQ e Vet)


10-4, thanks.  What concerned me was the Atlanta whale was healthy before the routine exam according to the article.  Wet skin in contact with wet ground/conductive saltwater will always be the most likely path.  I am not sure what 15 MHz micro shocks even feel like…

Thanks for taking it seriously.  It is all about awareness.


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From: —>
Date: Mon, Jan 2, 2017 at 1:35 PM
Subject: RE: Beluga Deaths: Portable Vet Ultrasound Documentation Safety Review (GE LOGIQ e Vet)
To: ChemE Stewart <>, —>
… In any case our SOP [Standard Operating Procedure] is to start plugging in the machine during exams and we much appreciate you pointing out this potential problem in the machines.

Best wishes,

Vancouver Aquarium Marine Science Centre




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