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Old 15th June 2019, 14:52   #31 (permalink)
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Re: Remembering Chernobyl.

One of my colleague overseas taught for 3 years in a school in Stranraer. It is just a short hop over the Irish sea from Sellafield/Windscale/Calder vale, she can name several students that she taught who have died of Leukemia, I have taught for over 30 years and cannot name one. Coincidence, it maybe but I would like to see evidence of independent research.
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Re: Remembering Chernobyl.

A friend living near Hinckley Point on the Bristol Channel/Severn estuary mentioned that her daughter was one of several local girls who developed the precursors to cervical cancer, fortunately caught by routine screening.
There seems to be some evidence that when a huge project (nuclear or not) is developed in an area there is often a rise in certain types of cancers. There's a longstanding theory that this is caused by viruses brought into the area from outside workers.
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Re: Remembering Chernobyl.

Protecting the world from Chernobyl: The world's 'largest moveable land-based structure' which will contain exploded nuclear reactor is unveiled as £2billion project is completed..



"The structure – which took nine years to build – was constructed to secure the molten reactor core and 200 tons of radioactive material at the site.

Officials have described the shelter as the largest moveable land-based structure ever built, with a span of 257 metres and a total weight of over 36,000 metric tons.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/art...yl-debris.html
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Re: Remembering Chernobyl.

There is now 7 Nuclear Russian subs sunk and sitting on the bottoms of our Oceans floor .....including the most recent ... of this one they also say the reactor is contained? .....but then we read of the 1989 leaking 100,000 times normal level? it makes you wonder .

Russian Sailors Killed in Nuclear Sub Fire May Have Averted ‘Global Catastrophe’ – Official

The 14 Russian sailors killed in last week’s nuclear submarine fire may have prevented a “planetary catastrophe,” a high-ranking officer has reportedly said at their funeral ceremony this weekend.

The sailors were killed on July 1 when a fire broke out as their deep-water research submarine was surveying the seafloor near the Arctic, the Russian Defense Ministry has said. President Vladimir Putin disclosed for the first time on Thursday that the secret military submarine was nuclear-powered, prompting the defense minister to assure him its reactor had been safely contained.
https://www.themoscowtimes.com/2019/...fficial-a66316

We have heard of the recent announcements of a future launch of the World's only floating nuclear power station dubbed 'Chernobyl on ice' launched by Russia, with China to follow suit...

Soviet nuclear submarine emitting radiation ‘100,000 times normal level’ into sea, scientists find

The wreck of a Soviet nuclear submarine which sunk in the Barents Sea after a fire in 1989 is emitting high levels of radiation, a joint Russian and Norwegian investigative team has reported.

The Komsomolets was a nuclear-powered titanium-hulled attack submarine .

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