28 Jahre

28. April 2014


There have only ever been five majorly publicized nuclear incidents: the meltdown of the Chernobyl, Fukushima, and Three Mile Island nuclear reactors; the atomic bombing of Nagasaki and Hiroshima; and the accidental release of gamma radiation in the laboratory of Dr. David Banner. Some of these incidents were accidents, others intentional, but the result is the same in almost every case; the media, film, and literature industries informed the world of some level or type of danger or consequence that simply did not exist. The intention of this post is not to deride the difficulty, terror, or loss experienced by those involved in real nuclear incidents, but to promote awareness of the sometimes unrealistic and inaccurate information that is extended upon the general public due to a lack of education in radiation and nuclear energy. … 28 Jahre nach Tschernobyl [weiter bei IMGUR]