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    Default Re: Chernobyl - a wildlife haven. Would you go?

    Quote Originally Posted by Lappies Labuschagne View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by jab2 View Post
    Would have loved to see the series but do not do TV.
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    For the scientificaly minded among us.

    https://youtu.be/q3d3rzFTrLg

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    Quote Originally Posted by albertvl View Post
    Interesting pattern with the red and white bricks
    The red ones are the ones glowing from radiation man!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zapiture View Post

    Russia did fall four years later and vast populous were evacuated from the exclusion zone but what followed over the next 3 decades no one would have imagined.

    Would you visit the area if you could? Last year over 55000 visitors was amazed by the very unique scenes that greeted them:
    Russia ? You mean the Soviet Union. Russia was just a state ( important one ) in the Soviet Union.

    Chernobyl is in Ukraine, 100 km North of Kiev on the border with Belarus.

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    Default Re: Chernobyl - a wildlife haven. Would you go?

    For those that enjoyed the HBO Series, go and search for the HBO Chernobyl Podcast...

    Gives background on actual happenings and why things were depicted in a certain way in the series...

    https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcas...t/id1459712981

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rUeHPCYtWYQ


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    Quote Originally Posted by Die SwartKat View Post
    The red ones are the ones glowing from radiation man!
    I have just noticed that there is a person in the pic as well. Seems like the radiation melted her clothes right off
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    Quote Originally Posted by albertvl View Post
    I have just noticed that there is a person in the pic as well. Seems like the radiation melted her clothes right off
    Terrible I tell you!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Die SwartKat View Post
    Terrible I tell you!
    Poor thing must be so cold
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    Quote Originally Posted by jab2 View Post
    Would have loved to see the series but do not do TV.
    Go and stream it on your PC here - https://onmovies.to/tv/gGq/Chernobyl...-1?ep=1_GF3gGq
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    Quote Originally Posted by Takashi View Post
    I have a morbid fascination with Chernobyl, have read and watched pretty much everything I could get my hands on about the subject.

    It has for a long time been a destination that I would love to visit.

    HBO has a new series about the events of Chernobyl looking forward to it.
    I see its been added to showmax today. Its gotten really good reviews on various review sites. Will watch tonight.

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    Ek weet darem nie of ek rerig daar sal wil wees nie.

    Ek rook al klaar baie en maak maar my kappie. Het nie NOG iets nodig wat my eendag gaan handicap nie.
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    Daai plek is net bietjie ver uit die Wes-kaap uit.

    Wil net laat weet dat ek sal kan nie gaan nie...
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    Tonight at 21H00 on channel 402 "The Real Chernobyl"

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    Thanks, Snake Oil, as to the original question, I'd go in a heartbeat!!
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    Default Re: Chernobyl - a wildlife haven. Would you go?

    This might have relevance...
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    Default Re: Chernobyl - a wildlife haven. Would you go?

    Or watch this. A scientist who has designed nuclear reactors and has worked with nuclear materials, extensively. He speaks of the nuclear scare scam, makes for very interesting watching.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LEXG7h6kBOQ&list=PLhf4nURNRfLXPrJWh22Z6PFm pR-Y4tM-y

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