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Fukushima Mutations? 3rd Plant Species With Mutations Found In 3rd Michigan Location
noteye
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It's not just in dandelions, but in other flowers, fruits, vegetables, and vegetation - 3rd plant species found mutation in a 3rd separate location in Michigan.

I just finished reporting on the discovery of mutated strawberries in Michigan which are speculated to be a result of Fukushima nuclear fallout, which scientists would argue such mutations would not happen this soon after the disaster.

Michigan Plants Mutated Due to Radioactive Fukushima Nuclear Fallout?

Quote:A recent video report from Christina Consolo (Radchick) documents possible plant mutations caused by fallout from the multiple nuclear meltdowns in Japan.

Despite the fact that the US government claimed that there was no danger posed to the United States due to the Fukushima nuclear disaster, recent NRC documents prove that there was a large scale criminal conspiracy to cover up the dangers.

In the video Christina goes over numerous photos of dandelions that were found mutated in a Michigan parking lot.

Read Story and watch video...

Now Christina has just post a third video on my Facebook wall reporting this is the third time she has looked in 3 separate places across Michigan within a single week and has found plant mutations.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jzizbIKga5k

More...http://www.sott.net/articles/show/244664-Fukushima-Mutations-3rd-Plant-Species-With-Mutations-Found-In-3rd-Michigan-Location
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Bed
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RE: Fukushima Mutations? 3rd Plant Species With Mutations Found In 3rd Michigan Location
What if something in the US contributed to it and no one was told. Are there nuclear sites, energy or military, near this region?

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Just great. Maybe the new plant species from Fuku radiation can be food for the new Corexit species in the Gulf? Isn't the modern world wonderful?
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noteye
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If this is from Fukushima nuclear fallout then people need to be concerned because cancer is coming next.
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what about that giant crack that opened up in michigan? maybe something is "venting"?
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Bed  Wrote: (04-27-2012 03:54 AM)
What if something in the US contributed to it and no one was told. Are there nuclear sites, energy or military, near this region?

http://enenews.com/radiation-discharge-n...s-says-nrc
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RE: Fukushima Mutations? 3rd Plant Species With Mutations Found In 3rd Michigan Location
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sqjGQcum4...r_embedded

exact same mutation in japan as in the michigan video.

i was skeptical at first of the mutation being from the fukushima radiation but now it lessens the gap of doubt.
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You whiners are always complaining
about how mankind is wiping out species
but when mankind kindles a radioactive fire
to INCREASE the number of species,
you batch about that, too.
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This is unfounded speculation. These mutations are common and could easily be related to roundup or other herbicides, chemicals, or natural mutations. These are examples of baseless fearmongering and obvious lies. Strawberries don't grow in Michigan in April.

Fuku is undoubtedly a bad situation but these can't be labelled as radiation related, especially not without, at least, testing the plants and soils for contamination levels.

Enough with the retarded fearmongering.
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Hot Cluster#u(k  Wrote: (04-27-2012 10:32 PM)
This is unfounded speculation. These mutations are common and could easily be related to roundup or other herbicides, chemicals, or natural mutations. These are examples of baseless fearmongering and obvious lies. Strawberries don't grow in Michigan in April.

Fuku is undoubtedly a bad situation but these can't be labelled as radiation related, especially not without, at least, testing the plants and soils for contamination levels.

Enough with the retarded fearmongering.

And what degree do you have?
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I have a mutated tomato on my tomato plant this year. Scream1
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Out of 310 pepper sprouts, I have 4 with four first leaves, and three twins (two plants, on seed), but I don't remember if this happened last year. I'm on the East Coast.

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RE: Fukushima Mutations? 3rd Plant Species With Mutations Found In 3rd Michigan Location
noteye  Wrote: (04-27-2012 10:36 PM)
Hot Cluster#u(k  Wrote: (04-27-2012 10:32 PM)
This is unfounded speculation. These mutations are common and could easily be related to roundup or other herbicides, chemicals, or natural mutations. These are examples of baseless fearmongering and obvious lies. Strawberries don't grow in Michigan in April.

Fuku is undoubtedly a bad situation but these can't be labelled as radiation related, especially not without, at least, testing the plants and soils for contamination levels.

Enough with the retarded fearmongering.

And what degree do you have?
I have an I.Q., critical thinking skills, a background in science, botany and horticulture, and common sense. Strawberries don't grow in Michigan in February.

These are common mutations, and there are a lot of insect induced growth abnormalities this year due to a warm winter allowing many more insects to survive also.

Everything unusual to you is not an indication of Fukushima.

If these mutations are radiation related I would be looking for a source closer to the mutation. If this was true then I should be seeing at least some of these mutations in SoCal Mtns. and my dandelions look just dandy.

FYI - strawberries haven't even set fruit here yet; so how is Michigan showing ripened fruits weeks ago? And, ny beries look fine.

I collected a pile of wild mushrooms and dried them then tested them with my geiger counter. Despite the fact that they concentrate radiation thousands of times they showed no increased radioactivity.

I also tested the sunflowers I grew last year in my garden and they alsio showed nothing. Fuku might kill us all, but so far there is no indication it is affecting anything or that accumulation is even detectable against background levels.

I have tested low lying areas, downspouts, creekbed when it was dry and when flowing. No added cpm was detected anywhere.
Unlike most of you I have actually checked these things after living with the fear generated from viewing retarded speculation on these boards.

So, what are your qualifications for being a fearmonger?
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Betty F. Crocker  Wrote: (04-27-2012 10:37 PM)
I have a mutated tomato on my tomato plant this year. Scream1
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Betty F. Crocker  Wrote: (04-27-2012 10:37 PM)
I have a mutated tomato on my tomato plant this year. Scream1

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jvTfepofCQ0
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