posted on Jul, 31 2004 @ 04:25 PM
A British expert who has been studying the world's worst nuclear disaster, Chernobyl, has had his visa withdrawn and recieved a deportation order.
He is said to have claimed that the Soviet Union seeded clouds to make it rain on Belarus rather than the USSR.
A British scientist who studied the Chernobyl disaster in the former Soviet Union has been mysteriously deported from Belarus while on a lecture
The decision to rescind his visa was made by the former Soviet republic's interior ministry.
Dr Alan Flowers, a specialist in radiology based at Kingston University, said he was being removed because of his contact with non-government groups.
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Dr Flowers is said to have colleagues that support and believe his theory although it is reported that they wouldn't dare admit this in public.
Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko has put strict controls on the freedom of expression of the people of Belarus.
It appears that there is more to the story than we have been told about. When the incident happened back in April 1986, the Soviet Union appeared to
come out from behind 'the iron curtain' and told the West. If this theory is true, it would now seem as if they actually weren't telling us the
What more could there be to the story of Chernobyl?
How could the USSR have controlled the weather?
[edit on 31-7-2004 by SkepticOverlord]