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  • 1000000% an accident

    Fed up with all the sheep on here who say "everyone knows", no they dont. You read one blog on the net and suddenly your an expert! It was an accident pure and simple, no prove at all that it wasnt. But the sheep dont need things like prove do they, idiots

  • Yes, it was an accident

    Chernobyl was a power plant with a surrounding city that was bustling and growing. What else would it possible be besides an accident? Do you really think the Russians during a time of conflict would kill of an entire city of their citizens by melting a power plant down? Stop with the ridiculous conspiracy theories already.

  • Yes Chernobyl was an accident.

    I think that it is clear that no one intentionally caused Chernobyl, and that it was purely an accident. No scientist would want to try and harm that many people, including many of the citizens of Chernobyl as well as create harm to the international world and the global environment.

  • Are you fucking stupid

    Yes I know the government can do some pretty fucked up things but there is no way in hell they would do something this horrible to people. It was a mistake that happened many years ago because accidents happen all the time there is no way this was not an accident and there is nothing you can say to make think otherwise

  • 1000000% an accident

    Fed up with all the sheep on here who say "everyone knows", no they dont. You read one blog on the net and suddenly your an expert! It was an accident pure and simple, no prove at all that it wasnt. But the sheep dont need things like prove do they, idiots

  • Definitely not an accident

    At the time there was a cold war happening between the two country's America and Russia (the country that houses Chernobyl), in my opinion I think it was sabotage, the Russian government just said it was an accident because they wanted to take the remaining iron pride that Russia contains.

  • Why would the government kill so many people?

    Yeah, the government did change the radiation levels on the medical sheets that were filled out once the population was evacuated, but why would the government affect over 9 million people? My speech for speech team is on Chernobyl, but there is not one lie in any of the articles that I read. The workers had to run tests, the one in Reactor 4 just happened to go AWOL and then there was a power surge, resulting in the explosion.

  • Chernobyl was a accident

    Chernobyl was a accident. If you watch a video on you tube it tells you what happened that night. But it was a accident, 'cause nobody wanted to hurt anyone nor kill anyone. The scientist's would not try to harm that many people. That would not be right that would be wrong.

  • Chernobyl was a accident

    Chernobyl was a accident. If you watch a video on you tube it tells you what happened that night. But it was a accident, 'cause nobody wanted to hurt anyone nor kill anyone. The scientist's would not try to harm that many people. That would not be right that would be wrong.

  • Truly An Accident,

    On April 25, 1986 the reactor team for Unit Four prepared a test to determine how long the turbines would spin to produce and supply power to the main circulating pumps. This test resulted in a brief power outage because the turbine produced power ran out too quickly. In order to solve this problem a new voltage regulator needed to be tested. The test was to be conducted the following day. During the test, a spontaneous surge of power inside of a reactor system caused Unit Four of the nuclear power station to be destroyed.

  • Chernobyl was no accident.

    It is widely known that Chernobyl was not an accident. In fact, this disaster was caused purposely by the government of the Soviet Union to test and experiment on radiation types used for sickness and burns. This is a terrible way for governments to treat people by using them for experimental study.

  • I went to Chernobyl last week...

    I can confirm there are VERY weird things going on in that power plant today. We were told not to take photos, but I did. The locals also know more than anyone, if you get the chance, go there and talk to them. The stories they have are mind blowing.

  • There is too much strange things to be an accident.

    I mean... Toptunov just forgot how to do his job, seriously ? This one night, everyone was taking the worst choice each time they could. Boot a nuclear reactor without being sure you'll be able to cool it down, then ignore all security alerts, force the reactor to get into a mode it is not made for (exceeding the limit of altitude of the temperature control bars) ... Even with the critical recoil of a 5 yo kid you just can't do such a mess, so don't tell me nuclear scientists had only lost control...

  • No Chernobyl was not an accident

    Chernobyl was not an accident the government was testing something that is exactly what all governments say when something like this happens it was an accident and we have no idea what started it or where the source of the explosion even took place typical for governments to do this.

  • I believe its a cover up. Of what i don't know yet

    I know this topic has been discussed multiple times by multiple people, most of them are scientist, researchers, news reporters and many other resources. Everyone believes that the Chernobyl nuclear power plant in Ukraine was the product of a flawed Soviet reactor design coupled with serious mistakes made by the plant operators and direct consequence of Cold War isolation and the resulting lack of any safety culture. If Chernobyl was truly an accident then why is there so little worry about the aftermath and impact the radiation has done and will do to Earth’s environment, why did the Soviet Union fall in suit to the disaster, and even now, 30 years later, why is it that the exact cause is still unknown?
    I believe that Chernobyl was not an accident at all, I believe the reactor meltdown and explosion was all a cover up. The Soviet Union nor the local authorities were prepared to take legal responsibility for the ecological, social, and other problems caused by Chernobyl. They backed out and wanted nothing to do with the consequences of what they had done. I believe if it had been an accident they would have taken responsibility for their actions instead of disowning the entire situation.
    Five years after the disaster, the Soviet Union had fallen. On December 25, 1991 Mikhail Gorbachev, the president of the Union resigned and the Soviet Union had been completely erased everything of, and about this Union. Soon after it had been eradicated and wiped from the databases of the world, but why? Some say it was due to popular demand. Why get rid of something that was doing extremely well and replace it with a newer system that was ran by people that didn’t quite know what they were doing? The Soviet Union acknowledged the independence of the former Soviet republics and created the Commonwealth of Independent States. Everything about this system was good and stable, so why did people go against it? I believe Mikhail could not take the pressure of what he had done, who he had killed and the general aftermath caused by the explosion of the reactor that was under his control so he resigned, taking any and all evidence of what truly happened with him.

  • Accident yer right

    Corruption money more money and more power, if you think any government gives a s**t about you, you live in a very small world..
    Money and religion are the two evils that surround us all.
    Every country on this planet is run by greedy untrustworthy narrow minded. WE ARE CATTLE

  • Sabotage, pure and simple.

    First, you have to see that from the beginning of the 20th century, the US, Europe, and very powerful banking and elite cartel members were behind the the formation and the support for the Soviet Union. Money is power, and there are people who are able to pull strings across multiple nations. Secondly, you need to understand that the Hegelian Dialectic is widely used by this evil group, and two opposing sides that can both be controlled are set against each other. This happens time and time again, from politicians who are both Skull and bones members who oppose each other from the start of their political careers, to nations like the Soviet union and the US whose long cold war fueled billions worth of spending throughout the 20th century. They have no regard for human life, and have made numerous attempts and plans to cause massive war and would like to bring the world population down significantly. Those plans are not all secret, and there is ample evidence showing that.

    The Soviet Union has in the past shown a massive disregard for the lives of its own, but even they would not be so reckless as to intentionally do this to themselves with no outside pressure. This attack was coordinated at least by the core group of nations that usually work together, and most likely supervised by the group of internationalists that are behind so many other things. No chance this was an accident. At best, it was sabotage, at worst, it was some type of bomb.

  • (another) bloody planned genocide bloodbath and pollution

    Operation opera (osiraq) , challenger , space race , arms race , genocide pollution kill and aborts eurasian , like germanic baltic rus ukrain skandinav mkdn oset etc , planned aborts and fear propaganda endorsment , oil gas etc petrol cartel banks $ fed , against nuclear sector , other

  • No it wasn't

    The reason for this is because aids killed black people and jet fuel don't melt steel beams. Bush did it. Illuminati confirmed. Connor touches little kids, and his sister. Jimmy got molested by his uncle. Jordan has crusty bogies. Adam is a wet dog. Illan should've been born in 1939.

  • Chernobyl wasn't rally an accident and was something bigger and more dangerous

    I believe that Chernobyl was not an accident because there have been many things that the Soviet Union created that we're large scale fails. One of these being the Woodpecker and the possibility of red murcury... A substance that is highly radioactive and powerfull enough to cause a nuclear meltdown. I personally am sceptical of these theories but there is some truth to them.


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