Monday, August 13, 2012


Today in the news: Japanese scientists say "abnormalities" detected in the country's butterflies may be a result of radioactive fallout from the Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant disaster. 
In a study published in Scientific Reports, an online journal, researchers say "artificial radionuclides" from the power plant caused "physiological and genetic damage" to pale grass blue butterflies. In another group of butterflies collected six months after the disaster, scientists found 28% had "abnormal" traits. 

Uh-oh. You know what that means... Giant moths can't be far behind!

Residents should be on the lookout for any tiny, one foot tall harmonizing female twins, and report them immediately to the Global Defense Force.

And for god's sake stay out of the Tokyo Tower! That thing gets knocked down every time!


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