Hey tHanks all for the feedback!
Ill throw up some more photos as requested.
Thought id throw this up to www.youtube.com...
, its a docco i was watching yesterday '' inside
the sacophagus ''
goes far enough with scientists and footage to show you the melted fuel as it is in the basement levels.
this is part of an amptitheartre style seating opposite a park.
in the park are parked all the tanks and trucks used to gather radioactive material.
This is a street leaving chernobyl and heading back towards the exclusion zone entrances.
Funny enough, driving out, bout 20minutes the reactors been out of site 100-110kmph. 4 of us in the car. The driver, myself and the 2 frenchman. The 2
frenchman fell asleep and i was dangerously close to as well.. but i made the effort to stay awake. start hearing a thumping.. gets louder n
driver pulls over, walks around the car.. nothing.. cool jumps back in. keep driving
thumping returns louder and louder.. enough to wake up the 2 frenchman.
We step out all of us do a walk around.
I get on my knee's look under the car, on the drivers side front weel there's a massive bubble protruding from the rubber of the tyre.. then, that
second POW! it popped..
we all have a laugh, standing around realising we're standing around chernobyl, in the forrest with a blown tyre and a lowering sun.
That is a truck parked behind the prison cells.
USSR insignia on everything industrial.
This is facing away from the reactor. The reactor is immediately behind me only a few hundred meters on the otherside of the cooling pond. The guide
explained that all the radioactive material cleaned off the the roof's were dumped in large pits on the otherside of the scrub. HE points over to a
clearing and says there used to be a forrest there, next to the pit. Everything died and went away. Scientists now study that particular area for
radiation and its effect on life.
Theres a few dead tree's dotting the immediate area, but they are long dead, charcoal white almost and you could probably push one over its so
Below is a drain cover we found around the fair. This registered about 9-10 on the RAD counta
This was a street out the front of the school. Its suburbia all around. The guide points down the road and says there's extreme radiation just down
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