Japan TV broadcasts mutations in animals and plants after Fukushima — Scientist: “Very few insects, only 2 birds” (PHOTOS & VIDEO)

Published: December 4th, 2012 at 12:15 pm ET
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Published on Nov 30, 2012 by jekdot:

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Anders Moller?, Université Paris-Sud: Very few insects. Only 2 birds.

Tim Mousseau, University of South Carolina: Very few, very very few.

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Published: December 4th, 2012 at 12:15 pm ET
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9 comments to Japan TV broadcasts mutations in animals and plants after Fukushima — Scientist: “Very few insects, only 2 birds” (PHOTOS & VIDEO)

  • nedlifromvermont

    … more Good Things General Electric has brought to life …

    … and is NOT acknowledging …

    … their SILENCE speaks volumes …

    … no rest for the Yakuza running the show …

    … at Tepco or GE …

    go figure … peace


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  • CB CB

    There are plenty if videos from California, Washington, Alaska, Virginia, l Maine, Europe, etc. to understand this is not isolated to this region. It's global!


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  • Salemone Salemone

    I live in Oregon. This year I did not see one swallowtail butterfly or any painted lady butterflies. Nothing in my yard or surrounding area has changed.

    Very depressing.


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  • arclight arclight

    free book in ENGLISH here.. hope we get a translation for the video..
    this video will impact the damages costs to the accident..

    What a really poor investment looks like- Nuclear

    “So i went to the NEI blog. This is where the nuclear lobby takes on its critics. Amory Lovins, Helen Caldicott, Paul Gunter and their work all gets attacked here. Not a word about Doug Koplow or this report…"

    27 november 2012

    by Paxus

    "…Recently, the congress and the Obama administration has approved what could be up to $225 million in federal funding for a new generation of reactor design called Small Modular Reactors. I am working on a blog post on this particular topic and in doing research on it, i have come across a report which is worth it’s own blog post.

    Nuclear Power: Still not viable without subsidies is a 146 page report that you can download. But let me save most of you the work by giving you this key disturbing statistic which comes up in the first few pages of this pretty accessible document……"

    http://nuclear-news.net/2012/12/03/what-a-really-poor-investment-looks-like-nuclear/


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  • gnomesang gnomesang

    the photo of the leaf on the bottom left is identical to a leaf i saw today in vista, ca… looked like it had warts on the underside of it. also, back in early april there were doves everywhere there, today i saw the first two that ive seen in months. very sad, also saw a very low flying helicopter and had read somewhere (can't remember where) that dhs was going to be flying 90" from the ground all over the US to measure the radiation levels. i am certainly not holding my breath for a public announcement from them of the results.


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  • Andres Arce Andres Arce

    oh my, that insect is literally disintegrating; I've never seen something like this.


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  • 16Penny 16Penny

    I just keep waiting for Godzilla and Mothra to start battling it out. Only a matter of time.


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  • Johnny Blade Johnny Blade

    And to think it's only the tip of this particular iceberg and my only consolation is that most of my 49 years of life were spent living in a time where there was still hope & the frugal dreams of a middle-class life that held opportunities for all to prosper and at age 49 I've lived beyond what the 21st Century offers in the way of life expectancies??!!
    I never expected to feel "guilty"(?)for my part of "intentionally" bringing two children into the world who are now in their 20's,but whose fate will likely be to suffer more consequences than I will be around to see as the impact(s) grow to unmanageable proportions that will cause the most adamant supporters of Agenda 21 depopulation measures to regret the ELE ever took place & vomit when they look in their mirrors…I know I want to puke every time I look at the faces of those whose actions set in motion the destruction of the planet-almost as much as the waves of nausea I feel whenever I absorb another pc. of distressing news about the fate of someone or something that displays TEPCO/GE's "handiwork" and I often fall asleep hoping to not wake up to the "tomorrow"being "built by GE" since their "dream" is an effin' nightmare!!Maybe my post is "another angry rant"to "some",but the mutations occurring & expected won't give afflicted species the power to fly,smash things or breathe fire-traits my 1st wife already possesses(LOL)-but will be lucky to walk,crawl,feed & breed as they once did at all…sad…


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