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Mutated tomato (Solanum lycopersicum). Source: Fukushima Mutations.

By Gundhramns Hammer
August 20, 2015

If you are one of the those people who were born without any expressed biological defects, with a wholesome set of five fingers and five toes, for example, consider yourself lucky.

Lucky because the developmental cascade that lead to you in your mother´s uterus was genetically well-balanced, so much so that this unique biological event - one in the history of the Multiverse - did not take any routes which could have lead to a monster popping out into this world to scare the heck out of your parents or anyone who might have happened to be there upon your arrival to planet Earth/Oceana.

Yes, well-balanced, for when we talk about inherinting DNA here, we are talking of inheriting a well-balanced physico-chemical system

So, you were lucky to have inherited a well-balanced physico-chemical system to become you otherwise you might have ended up as a Halloween alien or be dead before you even took off.

But the children of your children and the children of these children might not be so lucky like you were. 

They could very well be homegrown aliens in the future, if there is such a thing, for the way Man is going, he may soon join the labyrinthodonts.


Because our DNA is being subjected not only to all kinds of man-made xenobiotics in our daily lives but also to global radioactive fallout coming from nukes or nuclear reactor accidents.

Let us face it, we humans have nuked the planet.

And it is well known that radioactivity can damage the genetic material in living cells. It causes genetic mutations.

Biological data gathered after the Fukushima disaster in Japan support this fact. 

A scientific team lead by Dr. Atsuki Hikaya (2012), from the University of Ryukyus in Okinawa, has shown evidence that "the accident caused physiological and genetic damage to the pale grass blue Zizeeria maha, a common lycaenid butterfly in Japan".

This is just an example.

Should you be interested in knowing more on this matter, you should go to a library. There are truckloads of scientific literature attesting this problem: The danger that radioactivity from nukes or radioactive fallout from nuclear catastrophes has upon living creatures.

Our references below can be used as a starting point too.

What follows is a radio special with Leuren Moret, discussing the biological impact of nuclear accidents (Fukushima, Chernobyl, Three Mile Island) (Videos 1-4):

Video 1. Nuked: 2 yrs of Fukushima with Leuren Moret (1/4). Uploaded by Rad Chick.

Video 2. Nuked: 2 yrs of Fukushima with Leuren Moret (2/4). Uploaded by Rad Chick

Video 3. Nuked: 2 yrs of Fukushima with Leuren Moret (3/4). Uploaded by Rad Chick.

Video 4. Nuked: 2 yrs of Fukushima with Leuren Moret (4/4). Uploaded by Rad Chick.

So, mon Capitaine, is it Homo sapiens or Homo insapiens?

Mon ami, so far the way we have fucked up this planet, it is Homo insapiens.

That business of Homo sapiens remains to be seen!



Caldicott H. (Ed.) (2014). Crisis Without End: The Medical and Ecological Consequences of the Fukushima Nuclear Catastrophe. The New Press, New York, USA. 243 p.

Hiyama A., Nohara C., Kinjo S., Taira W., Gima S., Tanahara A. & Otaki J.M. (2012). The biological impacts of the Fukushima nuclear accident on the pale grass blue butterfly. Nature, Scientific Reports 2 (570). 1-10.

Lelieveld J., Kunkel J. & Lawrence M.G. (2012). Global risk of radioactive fallout after major nuclear reactor accidents. Atmos. Chem. Phys., 12: 4245-4258.

Williams A. (2013). Revenge of the mutant vegetables? Pictures of crops 'deformed by fall-out of Fukushima nuclear disaster' sweep Asia. . . but is it all just a hoax? MailOnline, 17 July 2013. 9 p.

World Technology Senate (2013a). Fukushima Mutations. World Technology Senate Info Portals Documents: 1-21.

World Technology Senate (2013b). Future-Scope Project: Planet Earth at the Tipping Point: Emergency Funding RequestWorld Technology Senate Info Portals Documents: 1-92.

World Technology Senate (2015). FutureScope Project: Fukushima ReviewWorld Technology Senate Info Portals Documents: 1-46.

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