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    ‘Babushkas Of Chernobyl’: stubborn sisterhood thriving in radioactive zone

    Chernobyl, Ukraine – Can you imagine life in Cherobyl’s radioactive Dead Zone? It is probably a very scary thought for many, this is why we have a special story for you here. It’s a story about community of several defiant elderly women existing on the most toxic part of our planet.

    Read the full story here



    There is a lot of politics behind Chernobyl accident. We know that technical support and administration of Chernobyl nuclear plant were Ukrainians. Those people were responsible for accident. Not Russians, Belarusians, Lithuanians or anyone else.

    Good on Babushkas living in Chernobyl zone. I hope they live to hundred years happily.



    Radiation is a hoax, look at Hiroshima and Nagasaki.



    @ ‘Kevin Hughes’

    There are hundreds of thousands people left and thousands died from radiation. Let’s see if you take a trip for 2 months in radiation zone of Chernobyl zone.

    I know this from first hand as one of our relative was liquidator in Chernobyl . Most people there for 2 weeks. Those who worked longer had serious health problems or died.



    Is it Radiation or something else?, so radiation doesn’t affect Plants?



    @Kevin.  Hiroshima and Nagasaki were small kilo-ton devices and in addition to that they were airbursts.  Chernobyl is comparable to Fukushima, which was a reactor meltdown. 

    Here is a link to a mutated plant from Chernobyl.  There are hundreds more:  https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/236x/50/be/e0/50bee02357df925819b13f5c8e950243.jpg
    An animal: 

    Unfortunately, the children born in the area in the years after the disaster are no hoax:




    @ ‘Kevin Hughes

    Radiation can be useful or harmful. The world treats cancer with radiation. The radiation in Chernobyl zone is harmful. It may kill a person.



    So many people escaped Chernobyl zone. Parents of Maria Sharapova  – the famous tennis player – left southern Belarus poisoned by radiation. They settled in Russia and later in USA.

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