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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#7 - freakyfriends
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atleast give credit to the man that deserves it... he puts a lot of work into these
www.youtube.com/watch?v=eWwhRjGBNb4&list=UUGi_crMdUZnrcsvkCa8pt-g&index=1
User avatar #427 to #7 - lempersy [OP]
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Sry didn't know who made it.
User avatar #485 to #427 - rel
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********.
User avatar #56 to #7 - jastri
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Wait... It's only one guy that makes all of those?!
#106 to #56 - anon id: c8441014
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No, its 3 people.
2 do research and 1 makes the videos.
#185 to #7 - dorklordrises
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As I was scrolling down this I was thinking 'wow this content is really impressive. Informative and interesting and with a lot of effort and research put in.' but now I see OP stole it and I want to scream at them.
#192 to #7 - anon id: 595048a0
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Was thinking the same. The videos comes out in such a pace and with all the editing done and all the information.. these guys really deserve the credit for their work.
#215 to #7 - kaitheguy
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#361 to #7 - anon id: 4033fb6e
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this isnt a ******* english essay with a bibliography who gives a **** about credit i want funny
User avatar #441 to #7 - randomtoaster
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Actually a team of people
#228 to #7 - obeyweegee
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<OP
#10 - kasperoster
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Op you ******* cock gobbler you srsly didn't give alltimetens any credit? ******* wow
#471 to #10 - sodr
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redzepp?
#147 to #10 - lamarisagoodname
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they're #4 for Content too. ****** ridiculous
#13 - Cleavland Steamer
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if only hitler had discovered this....
#259 to #13 - unikornking
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I don't get it?
User avatar #262 to #259 - cocainemuffins
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Hitler's idea of a master race was the Aryans, who mostly had blonde hair and blue eyes.
User avatar #260 to #259 - Cleavland Steamer
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hitler wanted to create a master race of people with blonde hair and blue eyes
#265 to #260 - unikornking
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Thanks
#128 - seniorawesomesauce
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Do you think in like 5,000 years, people or intelligent ants or whatever species dominates the earth will label chernobyl as an evil haunting ground because whenever people go there they die and nobody remembers what chernobyl actually is?
Do you think in like 5,000 years, people or intelligent ants or whatever species dominates the earth will label chernobyl as an evil haunting ground because whenever people go there they die and nobody remembers what chernobyl actually is?
#208 to #128 - anon id: c3589a33
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It will be flying seahorses.
#414 to #128 - powellrebecca
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#339 to #128 - herpderpherpity
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Due to a recent study, some scientists are now estimating it will be under 250 years until it is inhabitable again, due to advances in radiation cleanup technology... which isn't all that bad
User avatar #212 to #128 - andalitemadness
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How did the ants evolve to be the dominant species in 5,000 years?
User avatar #362 to #212 - dereker
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Someone didn't read Hunter x Hunter
#231 to #212 - anon id: e0a57c59
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chimera ants obviously
User avatar #134 to #128 - brenton
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Well they probably wouldn't die until decades later, so nobody would probably connect the deaths to the area if everyone had forgotten. I doubt they will forget, though. This disaster was responsible for the creation of virtually every nuclear safety measure today.
#144 to #128 - ragged
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Have you ever read &quot;By the Waters of Babylon&quot;? The concept is somewhat similar to what you're saying.
Have you ever read "By the Waters of Babylon"? The concept is somewhat similar to what you're saying.
User avatar #252 to #144 - whiterabbitfoot
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Are you talking about the Gates of hell recently discovered in Turkey?
#18 - springbok
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Luckily, this was not a problem for the majority of the population!
#473 to #18 - anon id: 6551aa01
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That's a really big glass of vodka.
User avatar #478 to #473 - springbok
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In Soviet Union....... something....you!
User avatar #20 to #18 - lulchux
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I think it was just a good excuse for something that needed no excuse
#49 - polymerisation
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This wasn't done by me (found it on tickld) but most of this is wrong.
Seriously? A geiger counter that only goes up to 3.6?
User avatar #94 to #49 - SwiftNinja
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What if you're the one lying, just to get your point across?
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#146 to #49 - anon id: 669307bc
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Reminds me of a case where a gas detector could not detect any gas because it had to be turned on outside in clean air.

Which in the end resulted in an entire pipeline blowing up in a populated street.
#285 to #49 - anon id: e8c28b55
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i agree that nuclear reactors are designed not to explode however chernoble was not designed as a nuclear reactor it was actually supposed to be a plutonium enrichment facility that they decided to use as a power source in the mean time.
User avatar #350 to #49 - lizardonfire
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I am not sure about the one in the eyes. I read in an article (about eye changing color) that mentioned this way to change the color by destroying the colored pigment layer we have in the eyes to reveal the blue part beneath (that we all have). Maybe the radiation destroyed it (while creating some eye cancer)

sauce of the eye changing color operation www.stromamedical.com/page/physician-info
#442 to #49 - anon id: e7fd08c3
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I hate to be that guy, but those "corrections" are garbage too. That's the problem with facts on the internet - they're mostly not facts. That's why I don't read them, but those are about a very interesting topic to me, so I wanted to check it out.
#82 to #49 - broda
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Wow, that red is so easy to read. I'm glad you didn't outline the text.


But seriosly, nice stuff anyways
#457 to #49 - lolpakka
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Atomic reactors are indeed buildt to prevent nuclear explosions. However, in Chernobyl a steam explosion has happened. Due to communication problems and the newbie operators the reactor was overheated during a test, and the water the fuel cells are being dipped into started boiling very hard. As the pressure got extremely high, the heavy sealing atop the reactor could not hold it back, and the reactor exploded.

After an explosion like this, with no water in the reactor left, the fuel cells start to melt down, and pile up at the bottom of the reactor. If nothing happens (like starting an emergency water cooling system) the amount of melted matter at the bottom of the reactor can reach a critical mass leading to a real nuclear explosion. This was, however prevented in this case.
User avatar #432 to #49 - zedong
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conparing Chernobyl and Hiroshima, and using the fact that Hiroshima is safe now,is like placing a banana and a rock in the forest, and conclude with that the both of them will be rotten after a week or two. different isotopes of different atoms have very different half life (but I believe they both used uranium 235). But in the nuclear bomb, there are a small amount of uranium, made to explode in a very short time, leaving less dangerous waste behind, but in a nuclear power plant, the reactions are made use a lot more time to react, meaning that the explosion was smaller than a nuclear bomb, because the chain reaction was slower. then, radioactive material was blown into the sky and in the area around the reactor, and spread into new areas, making them radioactive. i can call BS on more of the "corrections" in this one, but because of limited language and knowledge i cant argue against it
User avatar #464 to #432 - zedong
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TLDR: I think some of those "corrections" are BS, but I'm not going to start correcting them.
#287 - riikun
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mfw I'm staying up all night writing a 2000 word essay about Chernobyl,
decide to take a break from reading walls of text about it for hours

and this comes up
User avatar #293 to #287 - arizonastar
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Cool, I did my senior paper on Chernobyl and the effects of radiation
User avatar #301 to #287 - saxong
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#315 to #301 - riikun
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lol, I don't think so, it's just an odd coincidence
#125 - cookedspider
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#121 - Willhelm
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Authorities tell public to start drink eight shot glass of vodka a day. I become sad; why should hard-working Russian man have to cut back?
Authorities tell public to start drink eight shot glass of vodka a day. I become sad; why should hard-working Russian man have to cut back?
#112 - ascendedwings
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