I searched the forum and didn't find this anywhere sorry if its a repost and sorry if its in the wrong category it seemed educational and it is media
wasnt really sure where it should go but it seemed right move it if its not anyways. While I was reading a post about the russian wildfire and
chernobyl I did some web searching looking at some chernobyl pictures and came across this essay. It is an audio story with some rather shocking
pictures of the aftermath on the people and children effected by the radiation. Its horrifying how mutated and sick these people became. Looking at
this isnt for the faint of heart bewarned, but I recommend everyone watch this. Look at what humanity as done, Is the price worth it? Is our need for
energy and power worth even one life? We survived for thousands of years without this yet in a matter of afew hundred years we've created and used
the atomic bombs, we've poisoned our atmosphere we've poisioned our ocean and and even our land, was it really worth things like this? what will our
world be like in afew hundred more years if we continue to let things like this happen?
I am not going to even peak at the pics. I find stuff like that troubling .I looked at the people from Iraq that were subjected to depleted uranium
cant get the images out of my mind,I watched a documentary recently and it was about how nature doesn't seem to respond the same way as humans..
Chernobyl has become a safe haven for all kinds of animal species since man was forced to leave, including a number of endangered species.
Scientists are also coming up with results from studies which study the radioactive effects that do not show what we predicted them to show. In fact
the results are so opposite to the current understanding, scientists say they should reevaluate there knowledge on the matter.
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