Giant Radioactive Squid From Fukushima Discovered On California Coast


Before Californians only worried about parking when they went to the beach.

Now they have to worry about Godzilla coming after them.

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A giant radioactive Fukushima squid was found dead on a California beach.

It is well known, Fukushima radiation has reached the Californian coast and since then weird and giant creatures have been found dead on California beaches. There was this rare oarfish that had grown to a freakish 40-foot length. And now, it is a giant squid measuring a whopping 160 feet from head to tentacle tip.

What is going on?

Although not similar at all, experts believe they share one important commonality: they both come from the waters near the Fukushima Dai-ichi Nuclear Power Plant in the Futaba District of Japan.

Scientists believe that following the 2011 disaster at the Fukushima Dai-ichi Nuclear Power Plant an unknown number of sea creatures suffered genetic mutations that triggered uncontrolled growth – or “radioactive gigantism.” Unfortunately, this cadre of mutant giants seems to be drifting towards the continental U.S.

What is radioactive gigantism?

Although not yet well understood, radioactive gigantism is said to result when radiation causes changes to the growth regulating portions of the DNA of affected organisms. When growth regulators fail to control cellular growth, an organism may reach many times its regular body size.

Are giant sea creatures really a threat for those on land?

Take Jaws but make him the size of a Manhattan skyscraper. Scientists think that gigantism might distort sea creatures’ navigational systems. Residents are anxious now that a second creature has surfaced.

Even if it is a hoax (Yeah, probably!), I say that all these strandings may have a relation to Fukushima! And we should have a great discussion about the consequences of this nuclear catastrophe!

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  1. Faudra voir à vérifier vos sources, franchement un truc phoshopé de 2013, pas bien sérieux. Plus trop envie de fréquenter ce site. Dommage.

  2. It’s funny, because back in 2013 this site posted the exact photo from which this squid was “xut and pasted” from in Photoshop, only back then it wasn’t anywhere near as big. Still, can’t expect a site like this to do anything like apply common sense or check facts.

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