Thanks for posting. There's a good article to go along with that video: check it out here.
Obviously, it's not good news. Unfortunately it's also not very surprising. From a fisheries biologist standpoint, the possibility of fish tightly schooling to reduce the effects of voltage is fascinating. But I'd rather not learn that in the actual barrier with so much at stake.
The article touches on this, but I think it's important to note that Asian carps haven't been found spawning close to the barrier. 25 miles downstream of the barrier is the closest they've found spawning adults. That means it's unlikely that these schools of small fish are juvenile Asian carps. So this isn't "game over".
Hopefully this will continue to make the rounds and kick some decision makers into gear. From my view it seems hydrologic separation of the two basins is gaining supporters. If it's going to happen, it needs to happen soon.