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Japanese crops 2 years after disaster...
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I wonder what the next generation of children will turn out?
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Nothing really unusual here. For instance, the tomato at the top is doing what it is supposed to do. It's seeds are sprouting, as is the Zucchini. They are just doing it a bit earlier than average, but it happens all the time.

Farmers can show countless mutations of crops, and it is no big deal. I suspect this is an attempt to make nuclear power look like something out of a horror show.

And note that the death toll in the area are not up.

Again, nothing really unusual here.



NOTE: also, when I lived in Alaska, in the 1950s, the state fair at Palmer regularly had cabbages that were over 35 pounds and one was 39 pounds. I'm sure that they are routinely larger since then.

And Boy, are they!! Check this out!



Check out these records.

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