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Mutants of Fukushima (35 pics)

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  • 19 Jul, 2013  |
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South Korean website posts photos of mutant vegetables from Japan. They say it happened because of the Fukushima nuclear disaster.

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№1 Author: No1 (19 Jul 2013 02:46) Total user comments: 1341


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If real, I wonder how much radiation they have.
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№2 Author: rodrigozanatta (19 Jul 2013 04:05) Total user comments: 691


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Fake!!! There isn't mutant freak t chernobily!!!
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№3 Author: unclebimbo (19 Jul 2013 05:15) Total user comments: 105


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thats because nobody grows mutant freak at Chernobily. We are already pushing our limits with this whole nuclear business, we need to find a suitable source of energy besides nuclear
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№4 Author: 1234 (19 Jul 2013 06:53) Total user comments: 1878


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:02: omg scary...end this nuclear energy madness
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№5 Author: rodrigozanatta (19 Jul 2013 08:17) Total user comments: 691


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unclebimbo, lol, in Brazil, we use water :) The best energy.

This mutant plant can exist anywhere. Some times it happens and is "normal". We don't need a nuclear holocaust to make this things grow.
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№6 Author: abc (19 Jul 2013 09:16) Total user comments: 0


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@rodrigozanatta - not every nation has abundant water resources to produce energy, disasters can happen with water holding dams too causing floods etc, nuclear energy if not handled properly is dangerous but today it is a big source of energy to many nations, the other sources of energy are not so cost efficient and produce lesser output per unit of input.
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№7 Author: voodoomonkey (19 Jul 2013 11:01) Total user comments: 54


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Talk to me when there's babies being born with 3 eyes.
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№8 Author: Cotzy (19 Jul 2013 11:10) Total user comments: 442


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No acute danger to the populatio, sure. :89:
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№9 Author: fluorescentG (19 Jul 2013 15:09) Total user comments: 3958


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can the people fair better?
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№10 Author: BobbyMcGee (19 Jul 2013 18:10) Total user comments: 0


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abc,
I'd rather have a flood, than a nuclear holocaust.
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№11 Author: javito253 (19 Jul 2013 20:38) Total user comments: 28


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what happens if you eat that? :10:
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№12 Author: adzhoe (19 Jul 2013 21:04) Total user comments: 14959


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looks like normal mutations. I get some strange looking lemons off my tree from time to time...
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№13 Author: The Dude (20 Jul 2013 20:53) Total user comments: 143


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The one true question is....
is anybody eating them?
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№14 Author: Frimmy (20 Jul 2013 21:40) Total user comments: 28


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A plant abnormality called fasciation causes fused flowers and you see it often in daisies of every variety. Pyhllody causes the leafy growths we sometimes see coming out of a flower's centre or where they're not supposed to be growing from and Petalody is when petals grow where they aren't supposed to grow as seen in image 29 which was the exact image in the article I just read about this subject. All the above are normal plant mutations found anywhere. Pretty sure the fruit and veggie mutations can be found anywhere. I've had tomatoes and strawberries that look like the ones above.
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№15 Author: Nelson (21 Jul 2013 04:48) Total user comments: 0


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Many of those mutations are totally natural. I work on citrus trees in Argentina and things like picture 15 are pretty common. It's called "chimera" in that case.
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№16 Author: Really (21 Jul 2013 09:19) Total user comments: 0


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These aren't from Fukushima. MSN has apologized for passing on the misinformation.

http://now.msn.com/fukushima-v

egetables-mutated-in-viral-pho

tos-possibly-due-to-radiation
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№17 Author: micliapu (22 Jul 2013 18:25) Total user comments: 2977


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dauq
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№18 Author: Dan321 (21 Sep 2013 01:02) Total user comments: 0


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Really,
I clicked on the source. And the one who gathered this photos is Korean. A person who is living in Tokyo raised the reliability of this information. then the original poster showed the twits from Japan. He found this photos from the twitter where Japanese people posted pics. So I guess most of them are real.
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