Chernobyl: 28 Years After the worst Man Made Disaster

Chernobyl, Ukraine 1986: (The Aftermath)

Chernobyl Ukraine 1986 via MSNBC
Liquidator team ready to climb the Chernobyl nuclear reactor top after the disaster. (RIA Novosti)
Chernobyl Ukraine 1986 via MSNBC

Nature has been remarkably resilient. Moose, deer, boar, wolves, and bears have been reported in the area, breeding in large numbers. Scientists have been unable to detect any large-scale mutations. Safe from fishing rods, these giant catfish swim in the radioactive water river near the reactor.


  • The Chernobyl disaster was a catastrophic nuclear accident that occurred on 26 April 1986 at the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant in Ukraine, which was under the direct jurisdiction of the central authorities of the Soviet Union.

    A father feeds his child in the Belarus capital of Minsk special hospital, which deals with radiation related illnesses April 23, 1996. A small amount of radiation escaped at the Chernobyl nuclear power station on the eve of the 10th anniversary of the world's worst nuclear disaster it was reported April 25, 1996 (Reuters)


2 thoughts on “Chernobyl: 28 Years After the worst Man Made Disaster

  1. I thank you, Sir, for giving my Post about the Milk House a like. I appreciate every like I get, since I don’t get a whole lot of them.

    In reference to the Chernobyl Disaster that happened, we almost had the same thing not far from where I live. It was about 30 yrs. ago when the Atomic Power Plant down near Harrisburg, PA almost exploded due to a malfunction in the cooling system. It was a mess! Residents around the area were told to leave! After more than 6 day’s, they got the problem resolved. There was no radiation leakage at all. Thank goodness for that! However, it can still happen again if they are not careful.

    Be Well there.

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