Recently I have been navigating through a pea soup of brain fog. Unfortunately, this has affected my posting here. I try to do original research here, and typically do quite a bit of browsing in order to buttress my arguments. But now, by the time I do the research, I forget what I wanted to post about.
The image comes from a Japanese blog post. Apparently, a lady moved to California in order to escape Fukushima radiation in Japan, and she provided the photos. It doesn’t seem to be much, if any, better on the west coast of the US as it is in central Japan.
A comment on the asyura message board which discussed this issue refers to dandelion mutations on the east coast of the US:
I live East Coast of the United States. Stem of a flower in the garden or band so there is a malformation and Dattari two at the nose on one stem of the normal one here as well. But, nuclear power plant in the United States are also shut out every time a power outage or flood as someone is you say, and obvious problems are also reported several times. Now the scary, but I do not any further information always. There is also a possibility of radionuclides from Fukushima, but do not forget that there are nuclear facilities and nuclear power plant large amounts of United States.
Certainly, ordinary emissions from nuclear power plants in the US are contributing to this. But the amount of mutations seems to be unprecedented. I don’t recall seeing this discussed after the atmospheric nuclear tests of the 50s and 60s, many of which occurred in Nevada, and proportionately contaminated the US to a higher degree than the rest of the planet. So it seems that we are far beyond this. Chris Busby and the ECRR estimated that over 60 million died of cancer as a result of these tests. And this is just cancer, heart disease would have claimed even more lives.
There is more discussion of plant mutations in America at Mutation Watch.