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#3
That was beyond cool. Really, it's so interesting to hear and see this place, thanks for putting this up
#4
I don't like the guy writing it. He's full of shit. Trying to sound dangerous and knowledgable but he doesn't have a clue.
#5
dude, those were all really cool pictures, i love how you kept the geiger involved, really cool stuff. that musta been sick
#7
This is awesome. I've always to find good pictures of Chernobyl.
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#9
Awesome, one question is this the actual burn marks of bodies?
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#10
Shows how much I know, I was just expecting a big ass crater, maybe some glowing squirrels and flying mice.
#13
That's dope. I hope to go there at some point or another.
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#14
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Awesome, one question is this the actual burn marks of bodies?


Holy jesus you can't be serious.

Anyway, why would the body shape be burnt and the rest of the wall not?
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That's dope. I hope to go there at some point or another.


maybe if you live 500 years
#17
Quote by ClaptonWannabe
Holy jesus you can't be serious.

Anyway, why would the body shape be burnt and the rest of the wall not?

Well no duh I'm not serious. And Clapton is God!
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Holy jesus you can't be serious.

Anyway, why would the body shape be burnt and the rest of the wall not?

It happens in atomic bomb blasts.

Didn't happen in Chernobyl as far as I know, because that wasn't a radioactive blast, it was more akin to a dirty bomb.
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#19


Isn't this building in Call of Duty 4?

...modes and scales are still useless.


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#20
COD4! It reminded me so much of COD4.

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It happens in atomic bomb blasts.


Didn't happen in Chernobyl as far as I know.


That's because there wasn't an explosion per se...just the steam explosion.

Contradictory I know but it was relatively small. Nothing nuclear obviously.

edit: Apart from the venting of thousands of tonnes of radioactive material
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#22
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Scary stuff!

Those black graffiti drawings are bone-chilling.

Yeah they are especially the one with the body over the chair.
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maybe if you live 500 years


How do you think he got the pictures to begin with?

I thought he visited Chernobyl, I was sorely mistaken apparently
#25
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Why yes. Yes it is.

COD4 had better graphics.

...modes and scales are still useless.


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#26
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That's because there wasn't an explosion per se...just the steam explosion.

Contradictory I know but it was relatively small. Nothing nuclear obviously.

edit: Apart from the venting of thousands of tonnes of radioactive material

Aye, I know, see my edit.

Chernobyl was like a dirty bomb as far as I know. Conventional explosion that helped distribute tonnes of radioactive material.

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How do you think he got the pictures to begin with?

I thought he visited Chernobyl, I was sorely mistaken apparently

The OP in the link visited.
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#27
I think what he means is there is a huge waiting list to visit.
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The OP in the link visited.


My bad, that's what I meant, I probably should've been a bit clearer
#29
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Aye, I know, see my edit.

Chernobyl was like a dirty bomb as far as I know. Conventional explosion that helped distribute tonnes of radioactive material.


The OP in the link visited.


Yeah basically.

I'm a radiotherapy student, very interested in radiation and the like.

It's sad because people didn't know what was happening or the implications of the damage (e.g. the fireman). I know enough now to jump in a car and drive away as fast as possible if there was ever an exposed core!
#30
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I didn't realise how accurate CoD4 was.


thats exactly what I thought when I saw the ferris wheel the empty swimming pool
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#31
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Yeah basically.

I'm a radiotherapy student, very interested in radiation and the like.

It's sad because people didn't know what was happening or the implications of the damage (e.g. the fireman). I know enough now to jump in a car and drive away as fast as possible if there was ever an exposed core!

It was the first accident like that in history wasn't it?

It's a pity there was no plan for evacuation, or at least education into what could happen.
I know that if I didn't know better I'd definitely have been on that bridge.
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#33
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It was the first accident like that in history wasn't it?


There were a fair few before it, you just never hear about them!

The ones I can think of are;

- The Mayak Plutonium facility incident (maybe worse than Chernobyl)
- Chalk River incident (pretty minor in comparison)
- The windscale incident
- The three mile island incident

And then Chernobyl.

Afterwards there was the Toaimura accident.
#35
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I didn't realise how accurate CoD4 was.



thats pretty much all i could think of too.




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- The three mile island incident




thank god that one wasn't serious, otherwise i probably wouldn't be here.

we only live a few miles from Three Mile Island.
#36
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I didn't realise how accurate CoD4 was.


Exactly what I was thinking.

And I found the graffiti and the bumper cars very chilling.
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#37
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I didn't realise how accurate CoD4 was.


That's what i was thinking.
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#38
Quote by Gaz_m2k5
I didn't realise how accurate CoD4 was.

the swimming pool is exactly the same.
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