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  • Something is Happening at Chernobyl…


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  • What Caused the Catastrophic Nuclear Accident in Chernobyl?


    What Caused the Catastrophic Nuclear Accident in Chernobyl? Is Chernobyl safe to visit now? Do people still live in Chernobyl?







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  • А man who was inside Chernobyl reactor.


    This episode is about Alexender Kupnyi, an individual who between 1988 and 2010 has been inside the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant many times, and knows exactly what is happening there right now.

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  • Animals of Chernobyl: Meet the Mutants


    Decades after the nuclear disaster of Chernobyl, wildlife and wild animals are thriving in the radioactive Chernobyl exclusion zone. These wild animals and creatures living in the Chernobyl exclusion zone are mutants.

    Meet the mutants of Chernobyl- the wild animals that live in a radioactive zone with mutated genes that allow them to survive!

    Nature is thriving despite the radioactivity of Chernobyl, and here's what's happening.

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  • What /Actually/ Happened at Chernobyl


    This video was so dang fun to research, which, of course, I feel super guilty about because, like, real people died. But, after watching the HBO miniseries, I knew there was more to the science of this. I've also heard a lot of stuff from both credible and non-credible sources that just doesn't hold up to scrutiny. The idea of the graphite tipped rods for example is just a simplification for broad audiences. But I've also heard smart folks talk about how RBMK reactors have a positive /fuel/ temperature coefficient, which is not true. No nuclear reactors do, since fuel that reacted more as it got hot would be the kind of thing that would explode every time.

    However, for a moment, because water had become such a vital part of the neutron absorption in the reactor, it did have a positive temperature coefficient...meaning that getting hotter made it hotter which made it hotter which made it hotter. That's a coefficient for the entire reactor, and it's due to the positive void coefficient where, as the water got hotter, it got less good at absorbing neutrons.

    Usually that would be more than counter-acted by the negative fuel temperature coefficient, which is why they thought it couldn't explode...but it was not in this particular circumstance.

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  • The Chernobyl Disaster: How It Happened


    On April 26, 1986, a routine safety test at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant in Ukraine spiraled out of control. Follow the dramatic events that led to the world's worst civilian nuclear disaster. (RFE/RL's Denis Artamonov, Stuart Greer)
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  • Heres Why Chernobyl is Still a Massive Problem Today


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  • Chernobyl - What Its Like Today


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  • 26. Chernobyl — How It Happened


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    Using all the information from the course thus far, we explain how the Chernobyl accident happened from a technical point of view (and briefly explain the failings of Soviet culture which led to the cascading human errors). The RBMK design is shown to have positive feedback coefficients, a physically dangerous situation, which along with lack of operator knowledge about long-term neutron poison transients (xenon buildup and decay) led to the 600x increase in power in four seconds, which itself led directly to the explosion, fire, and scattering of radiation around Europe.

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  • What Exactly Happened at Chernobyl?


    On April 26, 1986 the Soviet Union’s Chernobyl Power Complex nuclear reactor 4 exploded. This week on Reactions, we talk about the chemistry behind this catastrophic event.


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  • Chernobyl Exclusion Zone We Got Inside The Reactor


    In todays episode we did something very crazy we got inside reactor number 5 in Chernobyl and got one of the best views of reactor 4 from the roof. We also got the chance to go inside a water tower that would have been used to cool down reactor 5 and 6. We also found bones of the Chernobyl giant inside.

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  • Everything That Had To Go Wrong For Chernobyl To Happen


    It’s hard for those of us in the modern era to grasp the true horror of the Chernobyl disaster. Even a deep dive into the Chernobyl meltdown timeline can only reveal so much about the very real, visceral consequences of the event. Putting the sequence of events that led to Chernobyl into context takes an event that American history books casually summarize as a horrible accident and paints the incident for what it really was: a series of compounding mistakes that produced one of the greatest environmental tragedies in human history.

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  • Chernobyl’s Radioactive Lava is Still Hot


    With the release of the highly acclaimed HBO mini-series, Chernobyl has once again caught the attention of the world. While the dramatization of the events portrayed on the show offered audiences a compelling narrative, there is still much more to understand about this disaster and its lasting impact. Kyle takes an in depth look at not only how the Chernobyl meltdown came to happen, but how its aftermath will continue to haunt us for centuries.

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  • The Real Chernobyl Ep. 3: Hidden Facts You Didnt See in Chernobyl HBO |☢ OSSA Exclusive


    The third episode of our Chernobyl documentary! Chernobyl disaster happened in 1986 and after HBO Chernobyl miniseries world interest turned it's attention to Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant disaster back. How is it in Ukraine, Chernobyl now? Why Soviet Union made all those horrible disions that were shown in HBO Chernobyl 2019 miniseries? How Does Pripyat look now? How does exclusion zone looks like now? What does the Red Forest look like? What Chernobyl animals live there? Any mutated chernobyl animals? Wanna know HBO's Chernobyl vs Reality differences? What is true about Chernobyl? These and many more questions are answered in our Chernobyl real footage documentary videos. I'm visiting Chernobyl now to find all the answers for you. What Chernobyl animals live in the Red Forest? Find out about HBO Chernobyl accuracy. See the real Chernobyl in our series! Footage from drones was given by #Chernobyl #TheRealChernobyl #OSSA

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  • What Technically Happened at Chernobyl


    A public lecture on the history, physics, and lessons to be learned from the Chernobyl disaster given by a real-life nuclear engineer, me (Ethan Chaleff).

  • The Animals of Chernobyl | The New York Times


    Biologist Timothy Mousseau has been studying the lasting effects of radiation on the flora and fauna of Chernobyl, Ukraine.

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  • Weird Things in the Chernobyl Forest Captured on Camera



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    Have you ever wondered what would happen if we left the planet, say, for fifty or one hundred years? If all humanity would pack its stuff and go explore the vastness of space - what will await us upon our return? We’ll tell you a secret: you don't even have to imagine it. It would be naive to believe that buildings and places would remain unchanged - nature will take over everything, and there are already examples we can see. Today, we will walk together through the places abandoned by man, including the eerie Chernobyl Exclusion Zone, to see what the world would look like without humans, and who is in charge there now.

    00:00 - Welcome!
    00:49 - Animals of Chernobyl (Preview)
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    08:04 - Flooded village
    09:25 - Animals of Fukushima
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    12:37 - Empty houses
    13:54 - Jail on the beach
    15:11 - Abandoned domes
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  • ☢️Going to the Chernobyl Reactor Tunnels / Busted by Security @SuperSus almost drown


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  • Chernobyl. Inseparable Movie


    It's April of 1986. Pripyat, Ukraine. A core meltdown occurred at Reactor 4 of the Chernobyl Power Plant. Over thirty people died during the blast but the estimated death toll as a result of the radiation fallout will reach a four-digit number. This accident will be considered the world’s largest ecological disaster.

    Set at ground zero of a catastrophe, this film will reveal the details of the Chernobyl event. The shocking news of the explosion at the nuclear plant has spread, as the world watched the tragedy in fear and confusion. Hearts went out to those who displayed selfless courage and integrity in the initial efforts to stabilize the reactor power.

    But some were too busy being in love to notice what had just happened in nearby Chernobyl. The disaster has faded into the background...

    This is an account of love and loss, bravery and supernatural stoicism in the face of unbeatable odds.

    Director: Vitaliy Vorobyov
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    Director of photography: Pavel Kulakov
    Scriptwriter: Valeriy Mukharyamov
    Cast: Mariya Poezhaeva, Yuriy Borisov, Andrey Kazakov, Yuliya Rytberg, Yuriy Nazarov

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  • Chernobyl Suicide Squad - 3 Men Who Prevented Even Worse Nuclear Disaster


    We've heard the story of the Chernobyl nuclear power plant disaster in the 1980's. But have you heard about the 3 men who saved the world from even worse nuclear power plant disaster? In today's 2019 educational animated video we take you back to the nuclear power plant disaster in Chernobyl, and highlight the brave suicide squad of men who saved the day, and maybe the entire Europe.

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  • Places Even More Contaminated Than CHERNOBYL and FUKUSHIMA


    Could you imagine that there are some places in the world even more contaminated than spots where nuclear bombs were dropped? In today's educational video we're looking at places you should definitely stay away from, because they are way more contaminated than Fukushima and Chernobyl.

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  • I Spent 50 Hours In Chernobyl


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    Are you curious what Chernobyl looks like in 2019? Today we go inside the exclusion zone and get within a few hundred meters of reactor 4 where the explosion happened. Chernobyl is one of the most interesting and eerie places we have ever been to. It almost feels like stepping back in time. 33 years after the disaster parts of Chernobyl are still highly radioactive, but you can still visit the exclusion zone if you go with a guide who knows the areas to avoid.

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  • HBO Chernobyl, Valery Legasov vs KGB Chairman Charkov -- Episode 5 -- FULL HD


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  • The Chernobyl Liquidators


    ☢️April 26, 1986 was the date of the worst nuclear disaster in history. ☢️
    What was supposed to be a standard safety test, ended up with the explosion of reactor number 4 of the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant in the Ukraine, in the Soviet Union.
    Once the fire was extinguished, and the danger of further explosions eliminated, what remained was a complete mess.
    It was a mess that someone had to clean up.
    Around 600,000 people were recruited by the Soviet government for the job.
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  • The Chernobyl Podcast | Part Five | HBO


    Hear about the series finale from Peter Sagal and Craig Mazin

    Peter Sagal and Craig Mazin discuss the fifth and final episode of Chernobyl. Valery Legasov (Jared Harris), Boris Shcherbina (Stellan Skarsgård) and Ulana Khomyuk (Emily Watson) risk their lives and reputations to expose the truth about Chernobyl. On the podcast, Mazin exposes the truth about the finale. He compares the real show trial with the series's depiction, explaining where he took liberties and why. We’ll also hear from production designer Luke Hull about recreating the trial room. And finally, Sagal and Mazin talk about what’s happened since Chernobyl, and what they’ve taken away from this series. #HBO #ChernobylHBO #Chernobyl
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  • Inside Chernobyls Hospital Basement


    In this episode we explore one of the most talked about places in Chernobyl and that is the basement of Pripyat hospital. When the firefighters came to Pripyat hospital the nurses threw all their protective clothing under the basement and is still now some of the most radioactive objects in Pripyat.

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  • Return to Chernobyl: an Australian womans journey to see her homeland | 7NEWS Spotlight


    More than three decades have passed since the world’s worst nuclear accident. But for a community of survivors here in Australia memories of that day are as vivid as ever. Reporter Steve Pennells accompanies one Melbourne mother as she returns home in search of lost friends and family as well as answers as to what really happened and why. This story originally aired in 2019.

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  • Why Chernobyl Exploded - The Real Physics Behind The Reactor


    With the TV show doing a great job at delivering its explanation in a manner that most people can easily understand, I felt I wanted to do a more detailed description. So I cover basic reactor physics, explain how the RBMK reactor works, how Xenon 135 works, Why the control rods included graphite tips, and why the reactor became unstable and ran away.

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  • Did Chernobyl Create Mutant Animals?


    It's been over three decades since the nuclear disaster at Chernobyl, and while the area remains unsafe for humans to return for long term inhabitation, the wildlife has remained and undergone its own changes in that time. While many might image that sort of radiation would result in bizarre mutations like two-headed deer or giant insects, could the aftermath of such an event actually be positive for the plants and animals that remained? Kyle ventures into the Exclusion Zone to take a closer look in this week's Because Science!

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  • Chernobyl: Worst Accident Ever


    Difference between the Russia RMBK reactor, like the one at Chrenobyl, and the rest of the reactors in the world: the containment building and the moderators. Why Chernobyl can not happen here. Why losing the cooling water automatically shuts down non-Chernobyl like reactor, and how the Chernobyl type is very different. Time line of the Chernobyl accident, what happened, why, and the results. Xenon poisoning is introduced. The aftermath of Chernobyl, how it was noticed, and how the accident was handled by the Soviet Union including building a containment building called the sarcophagus.

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    Check out the second episode of our Chernobyl documentary!
    We went to the exclusion zone with Konstantin - the expert from who helped us to clarify the most googled and intriguing questions that left after Chernobyl series from HBO.

    1:31 - Is it safe to visit Chernobyl?
    2:38 - What types of radiation are there?
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    7:18 - What did Pripyat look like before 1986?
    8:15 - Are there still people living in the exclusion zone?
    9:30 - The hospital from the Chernobyl HBO series is real!

    Chernobyl disaster happened in 1986 and after HBO Chernobyl miniseries world interest turned it's attention to Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant disaster back. How is it in Ukraine, Chernobyl now? Why Soviet Union made all those horrible decisions that were shown in HBO Chernobyl 2019 miniseries? How Does Pripyat look now?
    Why Chernobyl explosion happened? How does exclusion zone looks like now? What does radiation taste like? Does radioactive things glow in the dark?

    Wanna know HBO's Chernobyl vs Reality differences? What is true about Chernobyl? These and many more questions are answered in our Chernobyl real footage documentary videos. I'm visiting Chernobyl now to find all the answers for you. How accurate is Chernobyl? Was Craig Mazin THAT attentive to details? Find out about HBO Chernobyl accuracy. See the real Chernobyl in our series!

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  • Chernobyl | Official Trailer | HBO


    On April 26, 1986, the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant in Ukraine, Soviet Union suffered a massive explosion that released radioactive material across Belarus, Russia and Ukraine and as far as Scandinavia and western Europe. Chernobyl dramatizes the story of the 1986 accident, one of the worst man-made catastrophes in history, and the sacrifices made to save Europe from the unimaginable disaster. Chernobyl premieres May 6 on HBO.

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  • Exclusive Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant Tour


    Exclusive Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant Tour (Inside Reactor #3)!! Back in late August 2019, my friends Chris Lucido, Todd Konitzer, and I all traveled to Ukraine to meet our friends Lucas and Sandra. Lucas is a longtime subscriber and radiation specialist who has been working in the Chernobyl exclusion zone for the past few years. He was able to schedule us an exclusive tour of Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant which included an inside look at reactor #3 which is directly next to the reactor #4 that exploded during the Chernobyl disaster that occurred back in 1986, which is also the main feature of the HBO Chernobyl documentary. My friend Todd videoed the whole experience and produced this amazing video!! BIG thanks to our friend Lucas for creating this opportunity for us and I appreciate you all watching and being part of the experience yourselves. The vlog for our Pripyat, Ukraine tour will post next Wednesday!! Get excited!!

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    Dr Frank Uekötter, Reader in Environmental Humanities at the University of Birmingham, presents the latest in a series of Contemporary History Interventions.

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  • 28. Chernobyl Trip Report by Jake Hecla


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    Chernobyl is a five-part British-American historical drama television miniseries created and written by Craig Mazin and directed by Johan Renck. It was a co-production between the American cable network HBO and the British television network Sky, and premiered in the United States on May 6, 2019 and in the United Kingdom on May 7, 2019 respectively. The series depicts the Chernobyl nuclear disaster that occurred in the Soviet Union in April 1986 and the unprecedented cleanup efforts that followed.

  • Something is Happening at Chernobyl | A Deep Insight of CHERNOBYL


    It's been more than three decades when the disaster of Chernobyl shook the world. The word Chernobyl became a synonym for showing the disastrous effects of nuclear power. It was the world’s most devastating nuclear accident that left a great impact on its surrounding areas in Ukraine and Belarus, a country in Europe. As an evolving generation, humans, as well as nature, have tried to adapt to the change in some strange ways.
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  • Scientists Just Announced That This Is Happening Right Now At The Chernobyl Plant & They Are Worried


    Scientists just announced that this is happening right now at the Chernobyl plant & they are worried. Today, we take a look at what scientists just announced about the Chernobyl plant.

    It has been 33 years since the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant accident, and the area is still heavily contaminated. To this day, nuclear fuel continues to smoulder within its walls. But there are also some positive changes happening in Chernobyl for instance, new species of animals have migrated into the area and are thriving now that humans have left it behind.

    The most recent news is that Chernobyl's nuclear fuel is smouldering again and could explode. During the 1930s physicists discovered that nuclear fission could produce a huge amount of power.

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  • Nuclear Activity Rises at Chernobyl


    Scientists have recorded a rise in fission reactions around the destroyed nuclear reactor at the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant, according to New Scientist.

    Originally the Unit Four reactor at the Chernobyl plant experienced a meltdown in April of 1986, after an unexpected drop in power during a safety test, according to Sciencealert.

    Explosions of compressed steam released as a result of the meltdown sent out radioactive material across Europe, helping lead to the premature deaths of what could be tens of thousands of people.

    The concern now is that an increase in neutron emissions could create an uncontrolled nuclear fission reaction and further explosions. In nuclear fission, a neutron collides with a uranium atom and splits it, releasing energy and additional neutrons. These neutrons then collide with further uranium atoms in a chain reaction, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration.

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  • Chernobyl Diaries Movie CLIPS #6 - Someone Has To Know We´re Out Here - HD


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    Chernobyl Diaries (2012) Movie CLIPS #6 - Someone Has To Know We´re Out Here - HD

    Chernobyl Diaries is an original story from Oren Peli, who first terrified audiences with his groundbreaking thriller, Paranormal Activity. The film follows a group of six young tourists who, looking to go off the beaten path, hire an extreme tour guide. Ignoring warnings, he takes them into the city of Pripyat, the former home to the workers of the Chernobyl nuclear reactor, but a deserted town since the disaster more than 25 years ago. After a brief exploration of the abandoned city, however, the group soon finds themselves stranded, only to discover that they are not alone...

  • What Happened to the Dogs of Chernobyl? | The Dodo


    After a reactor at the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant melted down in 1986, the area was evacuated and abandoned. So why are there hundreds of stray dogs living there today? How are they surviving? And are they radioactive?

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  • Top 10 Dark Things Found In Chernobyl


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    Still to this day the Chernobyl power plant explosion is said to be the worst nuclear disaster in history. The explosion has had lasting effects to this day, and the area is still considered hazardous to visit. But those brave souls that have dared to go there have come across some pretty terrifying things, which we will be looking at in today's video.
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  • Chernobyl is Awakening:Runaway Nuclear Reactions Detected at Crippled Nuclear Reactor


    Nuclear Fission Reactions Are Happening at Chernobyl Again
    Scientists are scrambling to neutralize the threat.

    A melted amalgam of nuclear fuel at Chernobyl is beginning to react.
    The issue is rainwater, which has activated materials buried deep within the closed plant.
    The reaction could burn out naturally, but it could also require human intervention.
    On April 26, 1986, Reactor No. 4 exploded at the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant in Ukraine, causing the worst nuclear accident in history. Now, thirty-five years later, smoldering nuclear “embers” are still buried within Chernobyl site, raising questions about just what might happen there—and what’s at stake.

    Ukrainian scientists recently realized that leftover nuclear fission fuel made of uranium has begun reacting again in an “inaccessible room” deep within a damaged area of the shuttered plant. The telltale sign is increased readings of neutron activity—a measurable byproduct of nuclear fission, according to the scientists from Institute for Safety Problems of Nuclear Power Plants (ISPNPP) in Kyiv, Ukraine, who held discussions about dismantling the reactor last month, according to Science magazine.

    Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant is surrounded by a massive megastructure called Chernobyl New Safe Confinement (NSC). At NSC, there are hundreds of sensors working around the clock to monitor factors like air quality, and the sensors have detected increased neutron activity near the fallen reactor hall where the “embers” are.
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  • Going Inside the Chernobyl Reactor - Chernobyl Liquidators Simulator


    Going inside the Chernobyl Reactor during the disaster meltdown. Welcome back to Chernobyl Liquidators Simulator, the beta has been updated with way more content to enjoy and this time we're going inside during the reactor meltdown. I hope you enjoyed this episode of Chernobyl Liquidators Simulator, thanks for watching and liking.

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    Enter hell on earth and partake in the clean up operation and stop the immediate and long term threats of the chernobyl nuclear reactor disaster.

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