The tree damage seen last year has not abated. Mutated plants continue to appear as more low-level radiation streams over from Japan. From Dr. Satoshi Mori’s blog (poorly translated by Google):
Fertilization, reproductive plant one year cycle should have been done twice. Assuming the laws of Mendelian genetics is applied simply to morphogenesis of some species, after which drew strong radiation, such as I-131, Cs134, Cs137 immediately after the TEPCO Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant exploded The first year, mutations would have entered the DNA in the repair process by the DNA repair enzyme chromosome has been hit.
However, it would not in only one of the two strands of DNA maybe. Recessive may not appear to be hidden dominant DNA because it is heterozygous at this stage yet. However, morphological malformations certain as recessive phenotype homo, maybe might come out from the second year. I already mentioned before that, such as dandelion huge leaves have been reported. So, malformation of vegetation would not begin to be observed this year from around soon. Do not forget that the chromosome is cut beaten by gamma rays of cesium constantly even at low doses subsequent course.
This is now the second full year of plant growth after Fukushima. Much of the genetic damage has happened in recessive genes, so many mutations will start to come out this year.
Widespread damage to trees and plants was noted last year (1-7) . This is partially due to Fukushima, but also due to ozone and volatile organic chemicals emitted from the Bayou Corne sinkhole and the BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico (3 years ago today). This destruction is continuing.
The tree damage can be seen in Iceland, western Europe, Indonesia, Fiji, the Maldives, India, Canary Islands, Madagascar, and recently in Australia. But it seems to be the worst in the USA and Canada.
The growth of fungus and mold is promoted by radiation (8-12). What is happening is that Fuku, the oil spill and sinkhole emissions are weakening the trees. Fungi enter the weakened tree, encounter radioactive substances, and then grow like crazy.
A fungal meningitis outbreak of injectable drugs prepared at the New England Compounding Center has killed 53 people. Injectable products have been recalled from Med Prep Consulting, Biotest Pharmaceuticals Corporation, Pallimed Solutions Inc., and Hospira Inc., due to contamination with fungus.
Widespread problems with mold occurred after Hurricane Sandy. Mold is endemic. Some people have mushrooms growing on their carpets.
Fungi are now killing all the frogs and bats.
The government is now spraying fungus from helicopters (1:38) in order to “save trees.”
Stimulation of fruit and grain yields is also promoted by radiation, and we have seen bumper crops for some species. But when radiation is increased beyond the amount that stimulates, it shuts off the growth of fruit and grain. Increase it further, and it kills the plant, like in the Red Forest after Chernobyl. Some of the trees in the Red Forest won’t even decompose, because there is so much radiation that fungi and microoganisms can’t survive to do the decomposition.
My peach and pear tree went wild with fruit in 2011, but didn’t produce any in 2012. The peach tree now has its bark falling off, and is covered with fungus and lichen. But leaves have appeared now on about 25% of it… I had thought it was dead. My walnut tree went wild in 2012, and Vgirl’s plum tree went crazy with fruit last year also. It remains to be seen what kind of fruit we will see in 2013 from these trees.
1) Dying trees.
(2) Carbon-14, tritium and plants.
(3) Biosphere effects of Fukushima and the BP oil spill (part 2).
(4) Biosphere effects of Fukushima and the BP oil spill (part 1).
(5) Plant destruction in my backyard.
(6) Iodine found in leaves of damaged trees.
(7) Preliminary thoughts on the global tree die-off.
(8) Radiation-eating fungi. They kill trees and they kill people.
(9) Deadly meningitis outbreak in 2002 also caused by radiotrophic fungus.
(10) Fungi from Japan transported into USA, in spring 2011.
(11) Black substance destroying Hawaii’s largest barrier reef.
(12) Radioactive black fungus in Japan, blowing to the US.