Mutated dandelion in Tokyo

Following up this article..Settlement report 4/18/2012

Another mutated dandelion was found in suburb of Tokyo. The picture was taken on 4/21/2012.


Mutated dandelion in Tokyo






Français :

Pissenlit mutant dans Tokyo


Article lié : Settlement report 4/18/2012

Un autre pissenlit mutant a été trouvé dans la banlieue de Tokyo. La photo a été prise le 21 avril 2012.

Mutated dandelion in Tokyo






You can edit Quantity


Fukushima Diary can accept donation directly at bank.
Le Fukushima Diary peut recevoir des dons directement à sa banque.
Fukushima Diaryは銀行口座でも直接寄付を受けられます。


IBAN : RO37PIRB4203739401003000

IBAN : RO71PIRB4203739401002000

Beneficiary : FUKUSHIMA DIARY SRL (NOT Iori Mochizuki)
Bénéficiaire : FUKUSHIMA DIARY SRL (PAS Iori Mochizuki)

Thank you for your donation. Fukushima Diary genuinely runs on your support.
Merci pour vos dons. Le Fukushima Diary tourne fondamentalement par votre aide.
支援ありがとうございます。Fukushima Diaryは100%寄付で運営されています。

Recurring Donations. Monthly donation is very helpful.
Dons réguliers. Les dons mensuels aident beaucoup.
Monthly donation

Fukushima Diary can accept donation directly at PoBox too. You don't need to write the receiver's name (Only the address below is needed) but you can write it as Mochizuki Iori or Fukushima Diary SRL as well.

Le Fukushima Diary accèpte aussi les dons directement à sa boîte postale. Il est inutile de mettre un destinataire (l'adresse ci-dessous donnée seule suffit) mais vous pouvez l'adresser aussi bien à Iori Mochizuki ou à la Fukushima Diary SRL.

Fukushima Diaryは私書箱でも直接寄付などの郵便を受けられるようになりました。下記の住所が記載されていれば受取人の名前を書く必要はありませんが、Mochizuki Iori または Fukushima Diary SRLというように書いても問題ありません。



Both comments and pings are currently closed.

9 Responses to “Mutated dandelion in Tokyo”

  1. Number says:

    Hi there,i like…..want to say to u,u r right in ur mind and soul!
    Next. Is there any progress in/on the “hotspot” i see a cam,but do not know
    if/or they know what they trying/doing there,good!i’ll plug and try to keep this site alive 4 u,for what it costs 4 u to write and link ur info.
    Keep It Alive!!

  2. VaL says:

    Wait until the people start being birthed like that. So sad :/
    End all Nuke reactors Worldwide!

  3. Damcho Dronma says:

    “Chernobyl: Consequences of the Catastrophe for People and the Environment”
    Alexey Yablokov, Vasily Nesterenko and Alexey Nesterenko
    NY Academy of Sciences, Volume 1181, 2009.
    5,000 Slavic language studies reviews, over 1,400 cited.
    Yablokov authorized pdf; ebook on Amazon, free download AND print Call 734-453-0341 $12.50 in USA

  4. Zosh says:

    Dandelions are known to mutate at a much higher rate than other plants, you’ll find mutated dandelions and gardeners concerned about it all over the world, even way before Fukushima. The reason is gametophytic apomixis in the diploid subspecies. These plants are effectively cloning themselves, at a very high rate, facilitating mutations beyond the usual rate.

    • Very interesting. Are you a botanist? What are the implications then of the dandelion(s) around Tokyo mutating? Is it something or nothing? or somewhere in between??

      • Zosh says:

        I am not a botanist, no, but I have been looking into the cause of mutated dandelios several years ago, simply because I encountered one myself and wanted to know what it’s all about. Turns out it is a rather curious natural cause, explained by it’s very particular way of reproduction. So, to answer your question: No, even if there are things to worry about, THIS is actually not one of them. It really is nothing.

  5. [...] Following up this article..Mutated dandelion in Tokyo [...]

  6. [...] – Mutated dandelion in Saitama (Fukushima Diary, April 22, 2012): Following up this article..Mutated dandelion in Tokyo [...]

Powered by WordPress | Designed by: penny auctions | Thanks to credit repair, seo services and st louis seo