Fukushima !

Published January 10, 2014
Updated 12:53 PM PST
Updated 7:36 PM PST
By BUTCH WITT

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Giant Radioactive Oarfish Found In California
SANTA MONICA, CA — For the second time in recent months, a giant sea creature has washed ashore in California. First it was a rare oarfish that had grown to a freakish 100-foot length. This time it was a giant squid measuring a whopping 160 feet from head to tentacle tip.

These giants look different but experts believe they share one important commonality: they both come from the waters near the Fukushima Dai-ichi Nuclear Power Plant in the Futaba District of Japan.

Scientists believe that following the 2011 disaster at the Fukushima Dai-ichi Nuclear Power Plant an unknown number of sea creatures suffered genetic mutations that triggered uncontrolled growth – or “radioactive gigantism.”

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http://www.lightlybraisedturnip.com/giant-squid-in-california/

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But for the radioactivity, it could solve the World food problem.

Imagine a 100 ft. Cod  🙂

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16 responses to “Fukushima !

  1. The radio-active waters that surround the six nuclear reactors at the Chernobyl N-plant in Russia, show a similar situation to this case having giant catfish swimming in them…but this is put down largely to the obvious point that no-one ever goes fishing there and so consequently they continue to breed and grow. It is a logical train of thought but I do wonder how much of it is “the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth,” and how much is, as this article suggests in reference to the Dai-ichi N-Plant, in fact “radioactive gigantism.” But then again…nobody’s exactly going on a fishing spree around the Fukushima N-reactor of late either, are they! (And definitely no swimmers unless they’re testing out the Japanese “anti-radiation undies and swimwear” 😉 ) The ocean is a pretty big pond by most people’s standards and despite the radio-active onslaught it’s being inflicted with it’s probably doing a reasonably acceptable job of diluting and dispersing its pollutant, thereby reducing the risk to sea-life to a certain extent. More so if that sea-life is of the mobile variety and can be reasonably expected to swim beyond the most intensely affected areas therefore reducing the risk of serious radio-active contamination of a level deemed to cause major genetic deformities.

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    • I am aware that Fukushima is one of your babies and your knowledge of the subject is vast. Your theory about giant cat fish in russia sounds plausible. But having just a small amount of the most dangerous thing known to man, floating about in the sea makes me feel uneasy. Natures “GOLDEN RULE” “” HYGIENE “” above all else “HYGIENE” or we are heading for disaster.

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  2. Awesome sight, yet so sad that these creatures should suffer because of mankind’s messing around in the search for power. I just wish they’d show some compassion, but no, it’ll probable encourage them to get a mission together so see what else is under there.

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  3. Wow!! Kenny , it makes you wonder what’ll occur next. Life is becoming stranger than fiction. Mayhap I’ve travelled through the silver screen to t’other side? xxx

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  4. Now that’ scary, best not to go swimming in the dark.

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  5. The Radioactive Oceans are something no one will escape from.. Seriously I have stopped eating Fish due to the pollution in our Oceans.. And everyone will be touched in some way very shortly as the radioactivity increases ..
    Thank you for sharing and that is one amazing Ocean Giant..

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    • “OH” I think I am too long in the tooth now, to be overly concerned about a little radioactivity Sue. Doubt we are consuming so much sea food as to be affected by radioactive. But if my theory is wrong, then it is possible that i shall be needing a very large hole for my coffin lol
      The image reminds me of an old film I saw when i was about 12 years old, it was called “It came from beneath the sea” It was about a giant octopus. Never have forgotten it.

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