Remember Chernobyl

INCOMPLETE / LEFT UNFINSHED.  As-was since 2014:

Some resources:

  •  This Portal is the pilot version of international Internet-resource, which presents information on the radiological aspects of safe and secure dwelling of population on territories affected by the Chernobyl NPP catastrophe:
  • UNSCEAR was established by the General Assembly of the United Nations in 1955. Its mandate in the United Nations system is to assess and report levels and effects of exposure to ionizing radiation.  UN Chernobyl Page:  It is considered by many affected, as well as activists and not-included scientist to be pro-nuclear in its omissions and de facto bias.
Click on image to access video on YouTube
  • !–> Photo Report by Magnum Photographer Paul Fusco about the Legacy of Chernobyl: asylums, mentally ill, monstrously deformed,… —> Images copyrighted       by Magnum Photographer PAUL FUSCO:
Click image to Access narrated Photo Documentary
  • Resources about Chernobyl: 
Chernobyl: The Forbidden TruthChernobyl: The Forbidden Truth [Paperback] – by Alla Yaroshinskaya (Author), Michell Kahn (Translator), Michele Kahn (Translator), Julia Sallabank (Translator), David R. Marples (Introduction), John Gofman (Foreword)
  • [There’s so many more… Google Amazon, etc.]

  • The US’s Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has “a neat little section about Chernobyl” here:, including a very basic visual about the rise in background radiation the months the radiation clouds passed over the USA.   Here are the 5 months with averaged data (convenient, so no spikes or localized hazardous hot spots are shown):

A word of caution about the “Resources” the EPA provides regarding Chernobyl: at least half of ‘m are entrenched nuclear war industry powerhouses:  the U.S.Nuclear Regulatory Commission (which has also been accused by the Union of Concerned Scientists as doing an inadequate job), U.S. Department of Energy (DOE – which owns the US’s 9000+ nuclear warheads) , and -most interesting choice for proving links to reports on the health effects: Lawrence Livermore Laboratory (which is funded by the DOE, and among other insanities, designs nuclear warheads – not exactly the kind of madmen I’d trust for health information about radioactivity).


3 Responses to Remember Chernobyl

  1. Olga Pinchuk says:

    There are many different interesting articles but the best way is to go there and see everything by yourself

    • MVB says:

      Thank you, Olga. I might, some day. Been to Hanford’s Reactor B, 15 miles from the Fukushima mess, visited Hiroshima & Nagasaki, camped out in The White Sands of New mexico, gone deep underground into a Belgium nuclear waste research lab,… If I’m ever pass through Kiev, I’ll consider the excusion. ;-)

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