10 Shocking Facts About The Chernobyl Disaster
Back on April 26, 1986, the entire world was shocked as everyone witnessed one of the worst man-made disasters in all of history. The Chernobyl Disaster is still affecting the area today, as nuclear material continues to leak out of the destroyed facility. Some areas are growing, but others remain uninhabitable and deadly for anyone who enters for extended periods of time. Today, you can visit certain areas, but there are some facts you should know beforehand.
The Chernobyl disaster is, today, the only level 7 incident on the official international Nuclear Event Scale, making it the largest man made disaster of all time. That probably won’t be changing any time at all.
Unimaginable Amount Of Radiation
The explosion released 100 times more radiation than the two atom bombs dropped on Nagasaki and Hiroshima combined. That is devastating to simply consider.