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What We Know About the Chernobyl Animal Mutations

What We Know About the Chernobyl Animal Mutations

Anne Marie Helmenstine | ThoughtCo. The 1986 Chernobyl accident resulted in one of the highest unintentional releases of radioactivity in history. The graphite moderator of reactor 4 was exposed to air and ignited, shooting plumes of radioactive fallout across what is now Belarus, Ukraine, Russia, and Europe. While few people live near Chernobyl now, animalsRead More

When India let Chernobyl-contaminated butter enter its kitchen

When India let Chernobyl-contaminated butter enter its kitchen

Sonali Huria | CatchNews The nuclear accident at Chernobyl last week marked its 32nd anniversary as we continue to discuss if nuclear lobbies and governments have engendered further devastation by their stout refusal to learn from the accident. It remains an undeniable truth that the calamitous accident and its multi-facetedRead More