Some people just amaze me. This explains allot of replies on here that make no sense. Great thread Blisss. Was needing a good laugh. ADHD could be the
culprit, maybe I should do a thread on that and its connection to holding your pee in.
I guess I don't get the point of this thread - or at least, it being here in the Crisis thread. It is a real crisis, I don't feel you need to make
light of it, if that is what you are doing. If you are suggesting people are overreacting, I agree, but I've not seen anyone make a post about
mutations being evidence of fallout. While I feel tank #4 is a lot more stable than people realize, it is also just a horrible mishap away from being
a serious global issue.
You can make a point without being a sarcastic weasel you know.
Can't say much about the turtles other than it's nothing new to see, but having been around a farm of sorts all my life I can confirm 100% these
veggie "mutations" are as normal as normal can get. Too bad there's just too many people at ATS. We might actually get more people willing to read
entire threads rather than staying ignorant of the truth.
Since the OP is apparently a believer in the turtle mutations(because there isn't much of a reason for this thread to exist if not, don't know about
you boys and girls but I don't make a habit of taking the time to post things that I'm not a fan of or a believer in or etc)I will say again, it's
nothing new to see. It might be the cause of any number of reasons that we are unaware of but I do feel people have watched too much teenage mutant
ninja turtles time from time if they think all it takes is some radioactive material from a nuclear plant to mutate things. It's just too easy to
spot these kinds of things and go, ah ha! That Japanese nuclear plant is the cause!
When you can take radioactive material and directly experiment on living things by giving them the teenage mutant ninja turtle treatment and it works
100% every time or even just a moderately high success rate where you can reasonably say, "yup this stuff works just like I figured", let me know.
I'll take my words back.
You can buy a kinda pepper that does look like that. And I have always had strange looking veggys in my gardens.. just the way it is.. The chit you
get in at the market.. are all the PERFECT STUFF.. they can't sell the rest... been going on for eons ..
Originally posted by AaronWilson
Peppers turned into uncircumcised penises. Sorry, bad brain.
Pretty crazy, that section of the tomato almost looks like a pomegranate.
That is disgusting and vulgar!!! I am ashamed to share the same space and community as a person such as you who would look at those peppers and
immediately see uncircumcised penises! You sir, are little more than an animal. Those pepper penises were clearly circumcised (kosher).
I think Michigan is just a breeding ground for mutated things. I've been in this rural house on my swampy property my whole life and there are
thousands of mutated dandelions (dandelions that consist of multiple ones inside of a single dandelion), over a hundred thousand four+ leafed clovers,
and a few mutated fruits. It's just our soil. Also, the mutations can be quite beautiful. We have blue, green, orange, red, white, purple, and brown
fireflies out here and they're absolutely gorgeous.
Of course, the only mutation in humans I see here is the stupid gene, which seems to run for miles in the people around me. Ha!
I posted many articles from March 12, 2011 onwards, and did many radio shows in 2011, that addressed the subject of the Fukushima radiation scare
psyops. The Illuminated Ones want to create fear about nuclear energy and get the public to demand the shutdown of nuclear plants and replace them
with natural gas power plants using a new German Turbine design (you
see why Merkle in Germany banned nuclear plants and will phase out all current nuke plants) . You notice how this campaign dovetails
with the fracking natural gas activity here in America and the development of a natural gas pipe lines from Russia into Turkey, Afghanistan, etc.
There was no meltdown in Fukushima. See the articles I
posted in March 2011. The whole scenario was staged. The first comment posted at the end of the Sircus promo piece talls the story.
The US Senator (name escapes me now, probably because I have a hard time remembering names of Bozos) who just recently visited and was filmed at
ground zero at good ole'"Fuki" telling everyone afterward how "devasting" the situation was, wore no protective clothing- neither did his entourage-
so why weren't they all fried to a crisp if it is as bad as they report?-
but God forbid if they possibly picked up the Stuxnet virus and are now carriers... :-)
The helicopter photograph of the zirconium alloy uranium fuel rod storage racks show no fuel rods. The racks are empty. The racks and the crane on
top of the racks is not burnt or melted. If the rods had remained in the nuclear core without coolant there would have been a meltdown and there would
have been a plume of steam and smoke as the uranium melted through the bottom of the containment building into the water table below. The plume of
steam and smoke would have been the most photographed event ever. If the fuel rods were in the racks when the bomb went off they would have been
molten pile of sticks when the water level was allowed to drop.
There is no plume of steam and smoke.There were no fuel rods in the core. There were no old fuel rods in storage in the building.
All the experts probably knew there was no uranium in the building as soon as the photograph was released. They are part of the psy-op. Jeff Rense is
part of the psy-op. Stephen Lendman is part of the psy-op.
Somebody with the Tokyo Power company or the Japanese government ordered the pulling of the fuel rods possibly in 2010 when the Bonin Islands 1200
kilometres south of Tokyo were hit with clusters of manmade earthquakes. They may have discovered the nukes hidden in the containment buildings and
not wanting to trigger them left them where they were and pulled the fuel rods.
The planners of the attack on Japan are furious. They have continued the artificial earthquakes.
This Stephen Lendman article says Japan planned the meltdown in order to poison America. This is a classic example of the bully saying the victim
faked his black-eye.
Fukushima: Did the Dimona Dozen Murder the Fukushima 50?
Fukushima may in fact have been caused by an act of war under the cover of an environmental disaster educate-yourself.org...
Jim Stone: The 'Groundbreaking' Fukushima Whistleblower is Now "The Fugitive," Running for His Life
I have documented mutated plants in 38 locations around the Grand Rapids, MI area since 4/26/12: maps.google.com...
Link to my Photobucket album of mutated black eyed susans found in 20 locations in the area between 6/30 and 8/16, viewable as a slideshow:
Link to my Photobucket album of mutations I have documented in the area in plants other than black eyed susans since 4/26, viewable as a slideshow:
I have compiled my videos of these finds along with other people's mutation videos in this YouTube playlist:
Videos #4-32 are my videos.
A few examples of mutations I have documented in the area:
Dandelions in Grand Rapids, 4/30/12
Asparagus harvested in Cannonsburg Township, 6/5/12
Black Eyed Susans in Grand Rapids, 7/31/12
(Note: the plant in this photo has two distinct types of mutations: fasciation in one flower and proliferation in the other flower.)
Maple leaves in my yard, 8/18/12
Buckthorn sapling in my yard, 8/19/12
And then there's the trend of gigantism in buckthorn leaves that I have recently discovered in my area. Common buckthorn (rhamnus cathartica)
leaves are not supposed to grow longer than 3 inches, but I've been recently finding many in the 4 to 5-inch range, mostly on saplings:
Radiation Biologist: Tree leaves were gigantic after Chernobyl — “Witch’s Broom” effect (VIDEO) enenews.com...
Effects of non-human species irradiation after the Chernobyl NPP accident
S.A. Geras'kin, S.V. Fesenko, R.M. Alexakhin www.utm.utoronto.ca...
From Page 884: "An increased mutation rate in phytocenoses became apparent in 1987 as various morphological abnormalities. Morphoses were registered
at reaching an external dose rate of γ-radiation of 4.2–6.3 mGy/day on May 10, 1986 (Suvorova et al., 1993). More frequently occurring
abnormalities were morphoses such as fasciation and branching of stems, doubling, changes in racemes, color and size of leaves and
flowers. Enhancement of vegetative mass of heather (Calluna vulgaris L.) and gigantism of some plant species were observed at external dose
rates more than 24 mGy/day and 36 mGy/day, respectively (Smirnov and Suvorova, 1996). In ribwort plantain (Plantago lanceolata L.), both the rate of
morphoses increased and seed productivity decreased along with the contamination density increase (Popova et al., 1992). Its seed reproduction in
uncontaminated soil had revealed higher occurrence of morphoses, mainly in the raceme structure."
edit on 31-8-2012 by JimPrange because:
I have been following the Fukushima disaster from day one, considering that I live in Tokyo, and I have seen so many of these kinds of photos. In
order to prove these veggies and animals have been effected by radiation, you must provide evidence as to exactly where they come from and the
radiation levels in that area.
Yeah, its pretty disheartening that there's groups of people that hate people. Just because. I hear "Humans are the reason for all of the problems
on this earth!" Doesn't bad things happen in the animal kingdom also? I saw a video of a snake eating a young croc alive and whole, still breathing.
Imagine beating pushed further and further into the stomach of a giant snake until you are digested. That's some pretty sick stuff and that isn't
So yeah, those fruits are pretty gnarly and kind of gross if its from bad chemicals. I wish we could just have some clean food without having to be
modified. Grass finished meat is so much better for you than grain finished antibiotic fed animals.
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