A picture speaks a thousand words. But those words may not be the ones intended by those whose action inspired the image.
Here we have a sad image of a dead whale lying on a Lincolnshire beach. Evidently a pod became confused and made the fatal mistake of swimming into ever shallower water. Their food supply diminished and they probably died from dehydration. (Whales get the fluid from their food)
Whales becoming confused and dying is sadly a natural event. It occurs many times a year all over the world. These events have happened over many millenia.
But why did these Whales get confused? What possible man-made influence could have affected this tragedy?
There are those who idiotically believe that any such event must always be the fault of man. These events are always man-made and they believe that without question.
Driven by their fashionable paranoia, they always quick to point fingers at their standard bogey men. "The Military", "The Oil Industry" are to name but two.
But it takes a particular type of vacuous idiot to scrawl "Fukishima" (sic) on a dead whale that died 9000 Kilometers away from a contained accident that happened nearly five years ago.
Especially as the idiot studiously ignores a more probable cause that can be clearly seen in the background of the photograph. (It would also be a good idea if the idiot learned to spell Fukushima as well).
So, is it likely that nearby ineffective offshore windfarms caused this tragedy?
True - offshore windfarms have massively unreliable gearboxes and produce ridiculously expensive intermittent electricity. But are they Whale killers?
These useless totems to stupidity would obviously be a more realistic contender than a 5 year old nuclear accident that happened half a world away.
But the death of these whales is most probably just another random act of nature.