Thursday, January 9, 2014

Second Giant Sea Creature Washes Ashore Along Santa Monica Coastline - Alarms Sound Over Radioactive Gigantism

Via avordvet


For the second time in recent months, a giant sea creature has washed ashore in California.  First it was a rare oarfish that had grown to a freakish 100-foot length.  This time it was a giant squid measuring a whopping 160 feet from head to tentacle tip.

These giants look different but 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.”
"Imagine a tuna fish that could feed a city the size of Austin, Texas.”
 "Take Jaws but make him the size of a Manhattan skyscraper.”

Unfortunately, this cadre of mutant giants seems to be drifting towards the continental U.S.  Local officials in Santa Monica, CA – where the creature drifted ashore – tried to calm residents.  “This creature appears to be deceased and even if alive only thrives in water,” said Santa Monica Parks Manager Cynthia Beard.  “We intend to move the creature in pieces to Scripps Research Institute so that they can study it,” she noted.


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    1. And it just happens to be Japan, dig out the carbine's and garands, send a bunch of old jeeps over there, I'm ready for the sequel........ Posted......

  2. Hoax and this shit degrades your message.

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    1. Yum, yum. :) I don't know, but it might be tough being so big..........

  4. I am not knowingly in to eating radioactive food... however, Fukushima may alter our eating habits. Stock up on freeze dried foodstuffs boys and girls.

    1. Fukushima may alter our eating habits.

      Good point.