Nuclear Bulletin June 12, 2019

Chernobyl returned to the newspapers from the hand of the cinema. Reality and dramatization The Chernobyl miniseries unleashed a cataract of newspaper articles and a renewed interest in the accident. The director   Craig Mazin says that his message is not anti-nuclear but “anti-Soviet”. And there were speculations that in the miniseries “children with three heads and widespread lies would appear but that is not the case, but only a dramatization of the facts. Compare the human errors that were made in Chernobyl with the Challenger accident and point to the question, whose fault is it? Read more on Slate and in World Nuclear News. And a detailed and technical explanation of the accident in WNA. Modernize central nuclear Argentina of Embalse. It will operate 30 years more.    The second […]

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