Motorcycle Ride Through Chernobyl


Said1
#1
This is an excellent photo essay on Chernobyl, post nuclear disaster pre-Soviet collapse. It's rather long, but worth it.

www.kiddofspeed.com/chernobyl-revisited/ (external - login to view)
 
I think not
#2
Fix the link please
 
mrmom2
#3
I love those pics Said1 did you know it was thw 19 year anivesary of that disaster in april To bad Elana's story about her ride through the area is bogus Still great shots I wish there were some more up to date ones
 
Said1
#4
Quote: Originally Posted by I think not

Fix the link please

Done.
 
I think not
#5
Quote: Originally Posted by Said1

Quote: Originally Posted by I think not

Fix the link please

Done.

It's not working, or it is me?
 
Said1
#6
Quote: Originally Posted by mrmom2

I love those pics Said1 did you know it was thw 19 year anivesary of that disaster in april To bad Elana's story about her ride through the area is bogus Still great shots I wish there were some more up to date ones

What makes you say it's bogus, I really don't have a good eye for detail.
 
Said1
#7
Quote: Originally Posted by I think not

Quote: Originally Posted by Said1

Quote: Originally Posted by I think not

Fix the link please

Done.

It's not working, or it is me?

www.kiddofspeed.com/chernobyl-revisited/ (external - login to view)
 
mrmom2
#8
I did some research on Chernobyl and found a site that tore her whole story to shreds .They went there and set up some of the same shots That shot of the doll in the cradle was a complete set up I'll see if I can find it and post it for you
 
Jo Canadian
#9
I was checking out som chernobyl stuff and found this interesting tidbit.

Quote:

LONDON -- Scientists studying wildlife in contaminated wastes around the Chernobyl nuclear power station have made a sinister discovery - voles that thrive on radioactive pollution.

``These are the most contaminated animals I've seen anywhere,'' said Ron Chesser of the University of Georgia in today's edition of New Scientist journal.

Radioactivity and other pollutants usually trigger mutations in animal genes, which weaken the species by killing its members before they can reproduce.

But a species of vole is breeding healthily and producing ...

source (external - login to view)
 
Said1
#10
Quote: Originally Posted by mrmom2

I did some research on Chernobyl and found a site that tore her whole story to shreds .They went there and set up some of the same shots That shot of the doll in the cradle was a complete set up I'll see if I can find it and post it for you

I can see the dolls and some other stuff being set up, but everything had to be left, it was contaiminated. Who knows, the other stuff was still cool.
 
Said1
#11
Quote: Originally Posted by Jo Canadian

I was checking out som chernobyl stuff and found this interesting tidbit.

Quote:

LONDON -- Scientists studying wildlife in contaminated wastes around the Chernobyl nuclear power station have made a sinister discovery - voles that thrive on radioactive pollution.

``These are the most contaminated animals I've seen anywhere,'' said Ron Chesser of the University of Georgia in today's edition of New Scientist journal.

Radioactivity and other pollutants usually trigger mutations in animal genes, which weaken the species by killing its members before they can reproduce.

But a species of vole is breeding healthily and producing ...

source (external - login to view)

I don't feel like registering, can't you just paste the entire article?
 
mrmom2
#12
Oh yea the pics are very cool its the story of riding through there and some of her radiation readings and some of the other stuff she said What a horror show all those ruined lives the world shoud pay more attension .That reactor is still hot and has heat spikes till this day.A team of US scientists are supposed be puttting a robot inside this year I sure hope we get to see sme of those pics
 
Jo Canadian
#13
Quote: Originally Posted by Said1

Quote: Originally Posted by Jo CanadianI was checking out som chernobyl stuff and found this interesting tidbit.
Quote: LONDON -- Scientists studying wildlife in contaminated wastes around the Chernobyl nuclear power station have made a sinister discovery - voles that thrive on radioactive pollution.
``These are the most contaminated animals I've seen anywhere,'' said Ron Chesser of the University of Georgia in today's edition of New Scientist journal.
Radioactivity and other pollutants usually trigger mutations in animal genes, which weaken the species by killing its members before they can reproduce.
But a species of vole is breeding healthily and producing ...source I'd like to but I'm not registered either. I have enough time between calls here to make a sentence if I'm lucky. However I am trying to find the article somewhere else where I don't have to go through it either.

Quote has been trimmed
 
Said1
#14
Quote: Originally Posted by Jo Canadian

Quote: Originally Posted by Said1

Quote: Originally Posted by Jo CanadianI was checking out som chernobyl stuff and found this interesting tidbit.
Quote: LONDON -- Scientists studying wildlife in contaminated wastes around the Chernobyl nuclear power station have made a sinister discovery - voles that thrive on radioactive pollution.
``These are the most contaminated animals I've seen anywhere,'' said Ron Chesser of the University of Georgia in today's edition of New Scientist journal.
Radioactivity and other pollutants usually trigger mutations in animal genes, which weaken the species by killing its members before they can reproduce.
But a species of vole is breeding healthily and producing ...source I'd like to but I'm not registered either. I have enough time between calls here to make a sentence if I'm lucky. However I am trying to find the article somewhere else where I don't have to go through it either.

Quote has been trimmed

Ok,, I'll do it. I HATE registering.
 

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