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(Daily Star)   Chernobyl secret documents released for first time in 34 years from the world's biggest-ever nuclear accident show that the Soviet cover-up was bigger than thought. It happened before the time they said it did and had already spread across Europe (possible nsfw content on page)   (dailystar.co.uk) divider line
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2020-06-29 7:37:39 PM  

whatisaidwas: Jake Havechek: Alien Robot: vevolis: Why do we have to perpetually cover @#$! up.

It worked for Obama didn't it?

[citation needed]

No, it's not.
_You_ know what he covered up.


No, I'm pretty sure we all knew he was a black man who wore a tan suit a couple times and liked Dijon mustard on his burgers.
 
2020-06-29 7:38:51 PM  

vevolis: Why do we have to perpetually cover @#$! up. We learned at a young age that honesty and accountability can solve problems quickly and circumvent larger, longer drawn out issues...

But a sea of grown-ass adults can't do the same? Covid wouldn't have been so horrible. Chernobyl wouldn't have been so horrible. Pretty much every major incident past and present wouldn't have been so horrible. Pride is a weak source of vigor.


As far as trump is concerned:

His primary rules are: never allow the public to cool off; never admit a fault or wrong; never concede that there may be some good in your enemy; never leave room for alternatives; never accept blame; concentrate on one enemy at a time and blame him for everything that goes wrong; people will believe a big lie sooner than a little one; and if you repeat it frequently enough people will sooner or later believe it.

/Sadly, it's actually not a quote about trump... It was the psychological analysis the US wrote about Hitler.
 
2020-06-29 7:43:43 PM  

rcain: OlderGuy: rcain: OlderGuy: Well, we now where Xi got his domination plans from...   don't think Covid is an accident.

Do you always hurp so hard when you derp?

Annd a typical lib response.... go back to your playground, child.

ya... typical "Lib" response. A "lib" being anyone that is even remotely "left" of being a white nationalist cretin who doesn't jerk off daily to FOX, OANN and other right wing propaganda outlets

Keep on keeping on spewingyour precious "talking points" without a shred of proof to back it up, clown child


Does your mommy know that you are on her keyboard again ?    You like those spankings, though...
 
2020-06-29 7:45:47 PM  

Paddy: vevolis: Why do we have to perpetually cover @#$! up. We learned at a young age that honesty and accountability can solve problems quickly and circumvent larger, longer drawn out issues...

But a sea of grown-ass adults can't do the same? Covid wouldn't have been so horrible. Chernobyl wouldn't have been so horrible. Pretty much every major incident past and present wouldn't have been so horrible. Pride is a weak source of vigor.

As far as trump is concerned:

His primary rules are: never allow the public to cool off; never admit a fault or wrong; never concede that there may be some good in your enemy; never leave room for alternatives; never accept blame; concentrate on one enemy at a time and blame him for everything that goes wrong; people will believe a big lie sooner than a little one; and if you repeat it frequently enough people will sooner or later believe it.

/Sadly, it's actually not a quote about trump... It was the psychological analysis the US wrote about Hitler.


It's not just Trump. It's every political and business leader in the world, it's every peon that doesn't want to risk losing their job, and it's everyone in between. People have lost the ability to take responsibilities for their actions and accept the consequences (assuming we could do that in the first place).
 
2020-06-29 7:51:49 PM  

Jake Havechek: whatisaidwas: Jake Havechek: Alien Robot: vevolis: Why do we have to perpetually cover @#$! up.

It worked for Obama didn't it?

[citation needed]

No, it's not.
_You_ know what he covered up.

No, I'm pretty sure we all knew he was a black man who wore a tan suit a couple times and liked Dijon mustard on his burgers.


The gall of that man.  Like he owned the place.
 
2020-06-29 8:11:41 PM  

Gordon Bennett: GrogSmash: Nobody in Peculiar: GrogSmash: Nobody in Peculiar: Back in the 90s, I worked with a Ukrainian guy who was actively involved in the cleanup at Chernobyl. He was saying all of this back then.

So long since dead then...

Couldn't say for sure. The last time I saw him was about 10 years ago when we both applied for the same job at another company (he got the job, the bastage). He's been taking some sort of anti-radiation drug (iodine based?) since the accident. I don't know how well that type of drug works though.

Possibly iodine, yes.  One of the big contaminants was a potasium isotope, which binds in the body as happily as iodine, especially in the thyroid gland.  The iodine suppliments flood your system with 'normal' iodine to help prevent that.

The Irish government once supplied those to the public as a terrifying preventative measure.

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Those are only needed for a short time after an accident because the radioactive isotope of iodine decays quickly. If someone has been taking a drug for years then it's something different.
 
2020-06-29 8:31:23 PM  
Given that getting fired was the least that could happen to you.
 
2020-06-29 8:38:19 PM  
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2020-06-29 9:05:48 PM  

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Not great, not terrible.


/just here for the Chernobyl memes
 
2020-06-29 9:47:09 PM  

whatisaidwas: Jake Havechek: whatisaidwas: Jake Havechek: Alien Robot: vevolis: Why do we have to perpetually cover @#$! up.

It worked for Obama didn't it?

[citation needed]

No, it's not.
_You_ know what he covered up.

No, I'm pretty sure we all knew he was a black man who wore a tan suit a couple times and liked Dijon mustard on his burgers.

The gall of that man.  Like he owned the place.


Eating crackers in bed?

Sounds a bit rude.
 
2020-06-29 11:09:26 PM  

atomic-age: whatisaidwas: Jake Havechek: whatisaidwas: Jake Havechek: Alien Robot: vevolis: Why do we have to perpetually cover @#$! up.

It worked for Obama didn't it?

[citation needed]

No, it's not.
_You_ know what he covered up.

No, I'm pretty sure we all knew he was a black man who wore a tan suit a couple times and liked Dijon mustard on his burgers.

The gall of that man.  Like he owned the place.

Eating crackers in bed?

Sounds a bit rude.


That,s kind of overboard... accusing Obama of being a cannibal......besides, he can't go back..
 
2020-06-29 11:46:28 PM  
I'm pretty sure that Russia has learned its lesson - the benefits of transparency are obvious.
 
2020-06-29 11:54:17 PM  

Gordon Bennett: GrogSmash: Nobody in Peculiar: GrogSmash: Nobody in Peculiar: Back in the 90s, I worked with a Ukrainian guy who was actively involved in the cleanup at Chernobyl. He was saying all of this back then.

So long since dead then...

Couldn't say for sure. The last time I saw him was about 10 years ago when we both applied for the same job at another company (he got the job, the bastage). He's been taking some sort of anti-radiation drug (iodine based?) since the accident. I don't know how well that type of drug works though.

Possibly iodine, yes.  One of the big contaminants was a potasium isotope, which binds in the body as happily as iodine, especially in the thyroid gland.  The iodine suppliments flood your system with 'normal' iodine to help prevent that.

The Irish government once supplied those to the public as a terrifying preventative measure.

[Fark user image image 850x637]


I know they hand them out to everyone in Canada who lives within a certain radius of nuclear reactors.
 
2020-06-30 1:31:49 AM  

Iczer: Kit Fister: ObscureNameHere: The person who released these better hope they don't get a S.T.A.L.K.E.R on the Metro...

I'm replaying Stalker via Call of Chernobyl, so I'm getting a kick, etc. etc.

I have at least one of that series on Steam and can't play it for very long. Radiation is one of those things that scares the ever loving shiat out of me. I know it's everywhere in minute levels and isn't always lethal, but the way it kills just completely farks with me. About 30 minutes into the game and I get to an anomalous zone and that Geiger counter starts rapidly ticking away...


In STALAKER when you die of radiation they need to have a microwave ding.
 
2020-06-30 1:53:39 AM  
In the aftermath of Chernobyl's Reactor 4 exploding on April 26, 1986, thousands of people died from radiation poisoning or conditions related to radiation,

Stopped reading about here. There is nothing like thousands of people dead from radiation poisoning or conditions related to radiation.

There are about 60 real deaths and about as many projections with any number from low hundreds to tens of thousands, depending on which propaganda outlet one chooses to believe.
 
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