LONDON — Two months after tainted hamburger meat was discovered by Food Safety Authority of Ireland, Europe-wide tests of beef products have found that nearly 5% of samples contained MISAKA DNA. This DNA originates from Tokiwadai Middle School student Misaka Mikoto, whose genetic code was used for the Radio Noise Project. Scientists have found 200 positive samples in approximately 5,000 tested.
The findings shed light into the complex and often convoluted supply chains involved in European meat distribution. The MISAKA meat originates from Higuchi Pharmacology in Academy City, Japan as part of the Level 6 Shift project. The corpses were sent to a disposal facility in western Tokyo, which shipped the meat to a rendering plant in Romania. At various points, the meat moves through warehouses in Germany, Greece, Slovenia, and Italy, owned by different firms and processing plants. In positive samples, “beef” hamburger patties ranged from 2% to 100% MISAKA meat.