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30 years of Chernobyl disaster April 26, 2016

Posted by apetrov in Uncategorized.

30 years ago, on 26 April 1986, the biggest nuclear accident happened at the Chernobyl nuclear power station.


The picture above is of my 8th grade class (I am in the front row) on a trip from Leningrad to Kiev. We wanted to make sure that we’d spend May 1st (Labor Day in the Soviet Union) in Kiev! We took that picture in Gomel, which is about 80 miles away from Chernobyl, where our train made a regular stop. We were instructed to bury some pieces of clothing and shoes after coming back to Leningrad due to excess of radioactive dust on them…




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you where looks so young that time what is your openion about soviet union thanks

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I have a method to locate nuclear materials. Microwaves form a Cherenkov light cone after a neutrino impacts ice. These microwaves will travel along a “wire medium lens”. A cylinder of ice faces Earth or a nuclear materials location. This is followed by an Aztec Pyramid lens with the wide end facing the ice. Microwaves will travel from the ice to the fat end of the pyramid. After the narrow end of the pyramid are microwave sensors. The microwaves will be focused enough to be detected. Two neutrinos from a nuclear source, impacting the ice at different locations, will form microwave cones that can be used to triangulate exactly where the uranium is. This will scale from comets to local detectors. It suggests the Navy should go battery with tidal energy recharging, and that nuclear materials should be stored at Australia and guarded until better heavy lift is available.

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