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#1 Jul 16 2013 at 7:18 AM Rating: Good
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It might be wise to steer clear of vegetables from Japan's ********* area for, oh, say a few hundred years. A Korean website assembled this image collection of produce from towns and villages surrounding the ********* Daiichi nuclear power plant. And they are NOT pretty pictures. From Siamese-twinned corn cobs to what can only be called peaches with elephantiasis, the region's agriculture appears to have taken a heavy radiation hit from the nuclear disaster in 2011. It's not clear yet what effect eating the produce might have on the population, but you never know. It could be pretty dangerous, but you never know — in an ideal world, maybe it could give you superpowers.


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Until it starts spamming Scream and blows your head off.

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Anyone remember the Gilligan's Island episode where the radiated vegetable seeds wash up on the Island and the castaways gain super-powers?

I luved that one. Smiley: smile
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The cartoon?
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The cartoon?

Lol, no!

What's up with that?

It was called Pass the Vegetables Please...

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"Pass the Vegetables Please" 1625-0503 September 26, 1966
A crate of radioactive experimental vegetable seeds washes ashore. The castaways plant them, and they grow remarkably fast. Then they begin to sit down to a garden banquet, each castaway feasting on his or her favorite veggie, before they discover the "radioactive experimental" part of the crate they came in. Most notably, Mary Ann gets incredible eyesight (from eating carrots); Gilligan gets super strength (from eating spinach) and Mrs. Howell gets unlimited energy (from eating sugar beets).


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I wonder how much of that is radiation and how much is normal botanical goofiness. The photos of the flowers show one messed up bloom among several normal looking ones on the same plant. "Siamese corn" isn't all that bizarre. Consider how much corn is grown in the US and random chance. Some of the stuff was rather tame (a cucumber with a leaf!)

That's not to deny that ********* would have had any effect on the surrounding area; of course it did. I wouldn't take the photos as anything more than an amusing curiosity though.
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Cucumbers are the fruit. That leave means that one of the seeds inside of the cucumber started growing due to being activated by the radiation. Same for those tomatoes. Literally the radiation accelerated/activated the chemical process of germination.

So yea, it might not LOOK ****** up, but it's ****** up.
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Navel oranges are mutant freaks as well. Maybe we'll get seedless tomatoes!

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Literally the radiation accelerated/activated the chemical process of germination.

Literally you don't know that from a photo. In the cucumber picture you can't tell if the leaf is breaking through the cucumber skin or growing off the outside of the cucumber. Not that either situation is normal but you can't just take every botanical oddity and say "Radiation!!"

Tomato from Kyoto, 2006
Mutant beefsteak tomato, United States
Mutant Heirloom Tomato -- Tomatoes are easy since a host of viruses and parasites cause them to do weird things.
Siamese Squash (1), (2), (3)
Rogues gallery of mutant fruit

So on and so forth. Which isn't to discount the possibility of radiation being the catalyst of some of the OP photos but I wouldn't jump at saying it's the cause of every goofy looking fruit and veggie.
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We can totally submit these all to the Ankh-Morpork Times "Humorous Vegetable" section.

Although I think they prefer ones that are shaped like penises.
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I wonder how much of that is radiation and how much is normal botanical goofiness. The photos of the flowers show one messed up bloom among several normal looking ones on the same plant. "Siamese corn" isn't all that bizarre. Consider how much corn is grown in the US and random chance. Some of the stuff was rather tame (a cucumber with a leaf!)

That's not to deny that ********* would have had any effect on the surrounding area; of course it did. I wouldn't take the photos as anything more than an amusing curiosity though.

These were my thoughts as well. Most of those pictures looked like **** plants do normally everywhere.
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What the photo doesn't convey well is when they turned off the lights it glowed.
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Glowing food would be kind of fun, eventually.
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Until it starts spamming Scream and blows your head off.

Edited, Jul 16th 2013 9:40am by Shaowstrike


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Glowing food would be kind of fun, eventually.

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I personally thought this was the more appropriate Final Fantasy plant-monster reference:
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Much of our mass-produced produce is intentionally irradiated. It's also genetically engineered, sprayed with pesticides and chemically ripened.






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And it still doesn't give you superpowers! Smiley: frown
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And it still doesn't give you superpowers! Smiley: frown


You have to let it bite you, duh!
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You have to let it bite you, duh!
So that's what I've been doing wrong.
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You have to let it bite you, duh!
So that's what I've been doing wrong.


Aethien you have Lymphoma.
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You have to let it bite you, duh!
So that's what I've been doing wrong.


Aethien you have Lymphoma.


LOL, I was actually in the process of making a gif of that before you posted. Weird that there isn't one online already.
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So that's what I've been doing wrong.
Aethien you have Lymphoma.
LOL, I was actually in the process of making a gif of that before you posted. Weird that there isn't one online already.
Was it Maury?
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I heard on the radio this morning on my drive in to work that steam has been spotted at ********* 3. While there are many possible explanations for it, one remote yet particularly disconcerting possibility is that nucular reactions continue to run. The plant manager is working on cooling the reactor (still. amazing.) but there was a break in the cooling at one point because they think a rat somehow gnawed on a cable and caused a short-circuit.

EDIT: Here's a [link=http://www.nytimes.com/2013/07/19/world/asia/steam-detected-at-damaged-***********************************



(Subsequent investigation determined that it wasn't a rat at all, it was a giant cockroach that had mutated due to eating tomatoes from around the plant)



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Aethien you have Lymphoma.
LOL, I was actually in the process of making a gif of that before you posted. Weird that there isn't one online already.
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You have to let it bite you, duh!
So that's what I've been doing wrong.


Aethien you have Lymphoma.
Aww man.
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Literally you don't know that from a photo. In the cucumber picture you can't tell if the leaf is breaking through the cucumber skin or growing off the outside of the cucumber. Not that either situation is normal but you can't just take every botanical oddity and say "Radiation!!"

This.

If I learned nothing else from genetics it was that plants are weird. Just one example from wikiville:

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Polyploidy is pervasive in plants and some estimates suggest that 30–80% of living plant species are polyploid, and many lineages show evidence of ancient polyploidy (paleopolyploidy) in their genomes.[17][18][19] Huge explosions in angiosperm species diversity appear to have coincided with the timing of ancient genome duplications shared by many species.[20] It has been established that 15% of angiosperm and 31% of fern speciation events are accompanied by ploidy increase.[21] Polyploid plants can arise spontaneously in nature by several mechanisms, including meiotic or mitotic failures, and fusion of unreduced (2n) gametes.[22] Both autopolyploids (e.g. potato [23]) and allopolyploids (e.g. canola, wheat, cotton) can be found among both wild and domesticated plant species.


In other words they like to double their genes just for the fun of it. Creating new "species" simply because it got too cold outside, or some cow looked at them wrong, or something. A 5n human with 3 extra copies of chromosome 15 would self-abort. With a plant, it gets crossed with a 3n individual, and before you know there's little mutants popping up all over your garden.

We won't even get started on grasses, little bastards.

Anyway, I was rambling about something? Oh yeah, plants do that kind of stuff all the time. They just filter those kinds of things out before they get to market because no one is going to buy a weird looking apple no matter how safe it is. Not to say radiation isn't bad or anything, but I suspect all the typical weird plants are just getting noticed now.

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The original article now says this:

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Yep, just plants being plants.
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Government coverup.
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Probably the meat industry trying to scare us all off vegetables.
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Probably the meat industry trying to scare us all off vegetables.


Can't blame them. Meat is so incredibly delicious compared to vegetables.
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Can't blame them. Meat is so incredibly delicious compared to vegetables.
Meat is tastier when combined with vegetables though.
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I don't get what people have against vegetables. Is it the idea that its healthy that scares you?
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Nothing against them, just a clear understanding of the taste hierarchy. Steaks are better than salads.
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Just a steak on it's own is not something I care about to be honest. Add some green beans and baked potatoes at least.
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Being better together isn't the point, it's a matter of top billing. Steak is the Michael Jordon, green beans and potatoes are the Scotty Pippin and Dennis Rodman.
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A great steak requires nothing, something like green beans would only take it down.
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That's a load of ****. Steak requires a side so that every time you take a bite of the side and go back to the steak, your taste buds are reminded of how superior the steak is to the side.
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That's a load of sh*t. Steak requires a side so that every time you take a bite of the side and go back to the steak, your taste buds are reminded of how superior the steak is to the side.


Agreed, it's the steak sauce that a great steak doesn't need.
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