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Chernobyl

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  1. Thrill-seekers visit contaminated Chernobyl site

    A new breed of ghoulish thrill seekers are getting their kicks by visiting the abandoned and contaminated areas around the site of the worst nuclear disaster in history. “Nuclear tourists”... FULL ARTICLE AT New York Post

  2. Guardian: Nuclear power in the UK has turned out much safer than environmentalists worried it would be. Friends of the Earth, which feared the threat of a catastrophic Chernobyl-style meltdown ... FULL ARTICLE AT EcoEarth

  1. Friends of the Earth's shift on nuclear should be celebrated, not denied

    The green groups opposition is now less ideological and more functional, and thats a sign of maturityNuclear power in the UK has turned out much safer than environmentalists worried ... FULL ARTICLE AT The Observer

  2. Japan to restart nuclear reactors

    Nuclear watchdog gives go-ahead to switch two reactors back on but Shinzo Abe faces uphill battle to win over sceptical publicJapan's nuclear watchdog has given the green light ... FULL ARTICLE AT The Observer

  3. Germans Boared With Chernobyl Radiation

    While the news media would like Germans to be afraid of wild radioactive boars roaming Saxony, these boars aren?t even mildly radioactive. You?d have to eat 3,000 ... FULL ARTICLE AT Forbes

  1. Nearly three decades after the Chernobyl nuclear disaster, one in three wild boars in Germany are still too radioactive for humans to consume, studies show. See also: 11 Shocking Google ... FULL ARTICLE AT Mashable

  2. Radioactive boars from Chernobyl are still wandering around Germany

    Nearly 30 years later, radiation from Chernobyl still scars the landscape. Perhaps most remarkably, some of that radiation traveled hundreds of miles downwind, settled into the soil, and moved up ... FULL ARTICLE AT Gizmodo

  3. No Fukushima radiation found in coastal areas

    It was raining when Eric Norman, Berkeley Lab physicist and University of California (UC) Berkeley professor of Nuclear Engineering, heard about the nuclear-reactor meltdown in Fukushima, Japan. "I immediately thought ... FULL ARTICLE AT PhysOrg.com

  4. Radioactive wild boars still run wild in Germany, 28 years after Chernobyl

    Wild boar meat is a delicacy in Saxony, the easternmost state in Germany, which bulges over the Czech Republic. Unfortunately for sausage enthusiasts, the German government reports that a staggering ... FULL ARTICLE AT Newsvine

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Chornobyl (as transliterated from Ukrainian: Чорнобиль, pronounced [tʃɔrˈnɔbɪlʲ]), or Chernobyl (as transliterated from the Russian: Чернобыль, Russian pronunciation: [tɕɪˈrnobɨlʲ]), is categorized as a city in northern Ukraine, in Kiev Oblast (Province), near the border with Belarus. The city used to be the administrative center of the Chernobyl Raion since 1932. The city at present is the... Full Article At Wikipedia.org

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