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(Japan Times)   Radiation made Japanese butterflies smaller. Mothra unimpressed   (japantimes.co.jp) divider line 12
    More: Unlikely, fallout, Fukushima, Japanese, radiation  
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2012-08-12 01:01:39 AM  
Nope... The Japanese got BIGGER, EVERYBODY PANIC!
2012-08-12 01:07:46 AM  
So 1950s era scifi movies weren't scientifically accurate? There's nothing left to believe in.
2012-08-12 01:08:53 AM  
Mothra Leo, her son from the "Rebirth of Mothra" trilogy, could split himself into thousands of smaller butterflies and swarm his opponent.

Just saying...
2012-08-12 01:10:10 AM  
We are impressed by huge American butterflies!

2012-08-12 01:23:07 AM  
Sounds like a good plan as long as we get some of these.

2012-08-12 01:46:50 AM  
I was staying in the Philly area when the disaster happened and a local newscaster said between the earthquake, the tsunami and the radiation Japan was facing a three headed monster. I think the copy editor was screwing with him.

2012-08-12 04:42:12 AM  

StoPPeRmobile: Sounds like a good plan as long as we get some of these.

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A threesome that fits inside your pants.
2012-08-12 09:08:38 AM  
Why not step into the suicide forest and look for some butterflies?
2012-08-12 10:32:37 AM  

2012-08-12 01:26:15 PM  
This is bad news for... Tomacco farmers.
2012-08-13 11:21:06 AM  
Yeah but is the effect still the same?
2012-08-13 10:06:02 PM  

HotIgneous Intruder: Why not step into the suicide forest and look for some butterflies?

Hope this is helpful
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