Flowers Of Fukushima: Deformed Daisies Grow Near Nuclear Plant


Similarly ‘mutant’ daisies have appeared near the nuclear disaster site and have been posted by @san_kaido on social media, sending them viral.

Two years ago we marveled at the mutant vegetables being grown near the Fukushima plant. These produce took genetic engineering to a whole new level as they appeared with lumps, bumps and tumors all over them. Many put it down to the high levels radiation found in the soil.

However, we never quite got to the bottom of whether it was a special Fukushima variety and then many claimed the pictures could have been doctored.

Similarly ‘mutant’ daisies have appeared near the nuclear disaster site and have been posted by @san_kaido on social media, sending them viral.

He writes along with his picture:

‘The right one grew up, split into 2 stems to have 2 flowers connected to each other, having 4 stems of flower tied belt-like. The left one has 4 stems grew up to be tied to each other and it had the ring-shaped flower. The atmospheric dose is 0.5 μSv/h at 1m above the ground.’

They were found in Nasushiobara City, 70 miles from the plant. Apparently, high levels of radiation have been found in groundwater near the plant.

Radiation can cause abnormalities, in plant, animal and even humans; but it’s not clear if this is what has happened with the flowers.

The daisies in the picture resemble flowers that have gone through fasciation. Fasciation is a process that affects the appearance (although not the health) of plants and causes the stems to fuse.

The alleged Fukushima deformed ‘mutant’ vegetable.What would trigger fasciation could be a number of things including bacteria, and hormonal imbalances as well as physical damage to the meristam tissue where growth originates. So in that respect it may be radiation that caused the fasciation . . . or something else. It certainly isn’t a unique case to sites of radioactivity however, as these have been found.

The Fukushima disaster was caused by a tsunami in 2011 triggered by the Tohoku Earthquake, which caused the meltdown of three of the plant’s six nuclear reactors, causing radioactive spillage into the surrounding environment . It was reportedly the worst nuclear disaster since Chernoble in 1986 and much work has been done to contain and monitor the fallout.Recently, there have been complaints from fisherman about dumping of material into the ocean, which has been found to have travelled as far afield as America., affecting almost a third of the world’s oceans. There is always the fear that the radioactive material, thrown into the ocean will harm the fishermen’s catch although levels appear not to be harmful.

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