スクリーンショット(2012-01-04 14.05.46)

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  1. NAKAMURA , Fujio
    NAKAMURA , Fujio 4 January, 2012, 17:19

    It makes me want to get out of this country!
    What am I going to do?

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  2. Brenda
    Brenda 5 January, 2012, 03:53

    It will be horrific to see the animal and children mutations from this!

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  3. Oscar Gonzalez
    Oscar Gonzalez 5 January, 2012, 11:35

    That is not good. Can we get more info on this?

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  4. ghostie
    ghostie 5 January, 2012, 16:14

    That looks suspiciously like a Reisetomate Tomato. That’s how they grow. Do an image search on google and you’ll see many similar pictures.

    And I’m not saying this is NOT a radiated tomato, but if you can provide information on the variety, other tomatoes harvested at the same time in the same area, etc., it might help.

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  5. jec
    jec 12 May, 2012, 10:42

    Keep showing and reminding people of what these mutations look like. And the vegetable may not be radioactive-it only takes ONE mutation to DNA thread..one change–to do this. Scary. People need to watch for these changes in their countries..its one way to determine if radiation fallout has affected a location. For example, dandylion flowers in Washington state –if they show Fukushima style growths…then beware.

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