Radio-active Secret Ciites

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    ..."However, while crime levels in closed cities are lower than anywhere else in the world, and thus they are indeed safer in that respect, other dangers are abundant. For example, residents of Ozyorsk are slowly being killed by radiation – it is said that they’re exposed to five times as much radiation as those who live in areas affected by the Chernobyl accident."

    ..."Chelyabinsk-65, which was renamed Ozersk in 1994, is today one of the most polluted places in the world. Some residents refer to it as the “graveyard of the Earth.” Nevertheless, Ozersk is still a prestigious place to live where, as one resident put it, they get “the best of everything for free.” Ozersk also remains closed to the outside world."...


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    The rapid effort shortly supplied enough plutonium to test the first atomic explosion in July 1945. The atomic bomb dropped on Hiroshima, Japan, on August 6 was a Tennessee uranium bomb { Oak Ridge } The bomb dropped on Nagasaki three days later used Hanford’s { Washington state } plutonium. The attacks effectively ended World War II.

    Hanford site .."To this day, the endeavor continues, and the site is closed to the public except for escorted tours."..



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    --> @mustardness
    That's pretty cool
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    That sounds actually epic
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    Saw prelude to this final conclusion some years back before they had finnish the first quanit hut.

      It is an amazing story as was Bill Kurtis's "Return To Chernyoble" 10 years after it happen.

    Have not watched this latest one released on Netflix recently.  I will tho.