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Tuumakatastroofid / Nuclear disasters

Tuumakatastroofid / Nuclear disasters

Promm @ 05.05.2003 09:13 | Registreerunud: 01.04.2003

tore pealkiri uvitav jutt
autoriks TiiT TAMBI

loe kui viitsid

Miss Chernobyl:

Taavi @ 05.05.2003 10:45 | Registreerunud: 01.04.2003

... jään järge ootama, vähemalt loo lõpust võib nii aru saada

aga senikaua kuni me kõik ilusaid asju tahme ("iga pilukas tahb ju endale mersut") ei kao ka tuumaenergia kuhugi - eestil on lihtslt vedanud, et meil oma tuumajaama ei ole ... ja krt see põlevkivi pole ka mingi taevamanna

Promm @ 05.05.2003 11:18 | Registreerunud: 01.04.2003

moskval oli omal ajal täiesti konkreetne plaan eestisse ka mingi laks püsti ajada aga kohalikud võimurid suutsid vastu punnida. leedukatel läks veidi kehvemini.
ja noh ega sosnovõi bor ka kaugel pole (best befoori ületavate tðernobõl-tüüpi reaktoritega)

this type of reactor so safe, that can be built on a Red Square in Moskov

Taavi @ 25.05.2006 09:01 | Registreerunud: 01.04.2003

paljudele juba kindlasti tuttav tsiklitibi on valmis treinud uue stoori


seekord on saidil üleval palju päris karmi videokraami

eesti tropid võiks ka ika enne mõelda kui midagi tegema hakkavad - venelased muidugi laksavad vist peterburi jaoks uue reaktori püsti ... show must go on



Taavi @ 29.08.2007 21:01 | Registreerunud: 01.04.2003

e siis selle linna sait - pildid otse epitsentrist

reaktor asus chernobylis - seda teenindavad inimesed elasid nats eemal pripyatis


Taavi @ 29.08.2007 21:03 | Registreerunud: 01.04.2003

väike rõbalka

Padu @ 04.09.2007 21:09 | Registreerunud: 01.04.2003

kas see pilt on sealt mängust?


vist siiski mitte ...

Taavi @ 05.09.2007 18:24 | Registreerunud: 01.04.2003


a see mäng on ka päris lahe - seal tüübid mängivad õhtuti lõkke ääres kitra näiteks

Russian scientists discover radiation- absorbing mineral

Urmet @ 13.09.2007 14:07 | Registreerunud: 17.04.2003

Russian scientists in the Khibinsky Mountains in the Arctic Circle have made an important scientific discovery. They've found a new mineral which absorbs radiation.

It does not yet have an official name and is known only as number 27-4. It can absorb radioactivity from liquid nuclear waste.

"It can extract radioactive substances from any water-based solution and so has a very important practical significance," said Yakov Pakhomovsky, the head of the Kolsky Research Institute.

After coming into contact with the mineral, radioactive water becomes completely safe. Had this mineral been available to physicists after the Chernobyl or Three Mile Island disasters, the consequences might have been very different, as both accidents resulted in contamination from radioactive water.

However, it is not as simple as it sounds. Scientists say they need tonnes of it and so far they have only discovered a few grammes. But they are confident that they can chemically reproduce it on a much larger scale.

"We need to learn its properties and so that chemists can reproduce it on an unlimited scale," said Grigory Ivanyuk, from the Kolsky Research Institute.

Every year ten new minerals are discovered in the Arctic Circle, and one third of all worldwide mineral discoveries are on the Kolsky Peninsula.

The latest find may prove to be extremely significant for the nuclear industry.

August 30, 2007, 17:57

Slavutich - Tallinn

Taavi @ 23.12.2008 11:29 | Registreerunud: 01.04.2003

... no vot, kus elame

Ma ei teadnud tänaseni, et meie armasal kodulinnal on selline vana sõpruslinn olemas.


Asi nimelt selles, et peale Chernobyli reaktori kaane maha viskamist oli vaja Pripryati elanikud kuhugi majutada. Majutada terve linn ... selleks on vaja ehitada uus linn. Oma abistava käe ulatasid sõbraliku Liidu vabariigid ja linnad, teiste hulgas Eesti NSV ehitajad ja Talllinn.

Uus linn rajati vanast ca 50 km kaugusele looduskaunisse kohta ...

... täna on selle linna coolim koht "club Tallinn"




December 2001: The Chernobyl power station is closed definitely. Of the 12 000 workers, 9000 will be made redundant.

Taavi @ 23.12.2008 11:30 | Registreerunud: 01.04.2003

Taavi @ 23.12.2008 11:31 | Registreerunud: 01.04.2003

Elena Filatova täienenud blog

Taavi @ 09.01.2009 23:13 | Registreerunud: 01.04.2003

· · · — — — · · ·
The (Chernobyl) sarcophagus will remain radioactive for at least 100.000 years. The age for the pyramids of Egypt is 5,000 to 6,000 years. Each cultural epoch left something to humanity, something immortal, like Judaic epoch left us Bible, Greek culture- philosophy, Romans contributed law and we are leaving Sarcophagus, the construction that going to outlive all other signs of our epoch and may last longer then pyramids.
Chernobyl journal


MAYAK - known as the most polluted place on Earth.

Taavi @ 05.03.2009 14:57 | Registreerunud: 01.04.2003

e. siis tuumakatastroof, millest siiani eriti räägitud ei ole ...http://www.american.edu/projects/mandala/TED/ural.htm

According to Gyorgy,[7] who invoked the Freedom of Information Act to open up the relevant Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) files, the CIA knew of the 1957 Mayak accident all along, but kept it secret to prevent adverse consequences for the fledgling USA nuclear industry. "Ralph Nader surmised that the information had not been released because of the reluctance of the CIA to highlight a nuclear accident in the USSR, that could cause concern among people living near nuclear facilities in the USA."[8] Only in 1992, shortly after the fall of the USSR, did the Russians officially acknowledge the accident.

dokkfilm Chelyabinsk-40

Strontsium peetidesse!

Urmet @ 29.06.2009 17:36 | Registreerunud: 17.04.2003

et siis sõidame tsernokaga!

"...CONTAMINATED lands, blighted by fallout from the Chernobyl nuclear disaster, could be cleaned up in a clever way: by growing biofuels. Belarus, the country affected by much of the fallout, is planning to use the crops to suck up the radioactive strontium and caesium and make the soil fit to grow food again within decades rather than hundreds of years.

A 40,000 square kilometre area of south-east Belarus is so stuffed with radioactive isotopes that rained down from the nearby Chernobyl nuclear power station in 1986 that it won't be fit for growing food for hundreds of years, as the isotopes won't have decayed sufficiently. But this week a team of Irish biofuels technologists is in the capital, Minsk, hoping to do a deal with state agencies to buy radioactive sugar beet and other crops grown on the contaminated land to make biofuels for sale across Europe...."

Loe lisa New Scientistist

Peedid meenutavad vaikselt ka kõlakaid kuidas konjaki aegumist kunagi kiirendati. Tegelt saaks ju seal ka ehk veini teha päevaga valmis kui püüda?

Pojapoeg @ 03.07.2009 15:21 | Registreerunud: 08.09.2008

No ja kellel veel käimata on, siis reisila saab siit: http://www.madexpress.net/?op=body&id=15&cid=15

JSC Slavutich

Taavi @ 22.07.2010 14:34 | Registreerunud: 01.04.2003

Carlsbergi (sildil kirjas Saku) kalja tehakse Ukrainas Slavutichi õlletehases.

Huvitav kas tehas asub Slavutichis?

The city was purposely built in 1986, shortly after the Chernobyl nuclear disaster to host personnel of the Chernobyl nuclear power plant and their families, evacuated from the abandoned city of Pripyat. As of 2005 Slavutych has about 25,000 inhabitants. The economic and social situation of the city is still heavily influenced by the power plant and other Chernobyl zone installations because most of the residents worked or still work there.

Ukraine to open Chernobyl area to tourists in 2011

Taavi @ 22.12.2010 13:11 | Registreerunud: 01.04.2003

Want a better understanding of the world's worst nuclear disaster? Come tour the Chernobyl nuclear power plant. Beginning next year, Ukraine plans to open up the sealed zone around the Chernobyl reactor to visitors who wish to learn more about the tragedy that occurred nearly a quarter of a century ago, the Emergency Situations Ministry said Monday.


FUKUSHIMA & Helen Caldicott & If You Love This Planet

Taavi @ 27.04.2011 20:44 | Registreerunud: 01.04.2003

Nuclear Facts A very clued in professional who will not be bought or intimidated into silence: Dr Helen Caldicott, true to style, tells it as it is. As she sees it, you wont usually hear the truth so listen up.. Nuclear fallout from Japan and Canada, You won't hear this on the news!

This Oscar®-winning short film is comprised of a lecture given to students by outspoken nuclear critic Dr. Helen Caldicott, president of Physicians for Social Responsibility in the USA. Her message is clear: disarmament cannot be postponed. Archival footage of the bombing of Hiroshima and images of its survivors 7 months after the attack heighten the urgency of her message.

Discovery Channel - Chernobyl Life in the Dead Zone

Taavi @ 22.02.2012 10:18 | Registreerunud: 01.04.2003

Natuke kummaline loodusfilm, kus peaosades kiisud, metssead jm. tegelased.

Promm @ 07.03.2014 15:32 | Registreerunud: 01.04.2003