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Chernobyl 012340 The Incredible True Story of the World's Worst Nuclear Disaster

ир Автор делится своими впечатлениями о Припяти и выводами к которым он пришел в ходе собственного расследования Материалы. I have a lovehate relationship with books like this I love them because I have a burning desire to understand how something as devastating as this could ever happened in a so called educated society But at the same time books like this drive me nuts because they often serve to put a firm underline on how incredibly stupid those people who hold the safety and fate of the world in their hands truly areThe numbers that are detailed in this book the facts and the mind blowingly stupid and uninformed decisions that were made are awe inspiring This is an important book And unfortunately though it makes some very important points about what not to do in a crisis situation of this magnitude nothing will be learned from it We ll all shake our heads and stupidly assume that in the 30 years since this happened we now know betterWhen we all know we don t

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Эндрю Ливербарроу по кусочкам восстанавливает печально известные события 26 апреля 1986 года прославившие Чернобыль на весь м. It s very much a case of the game of two halves one being the reasonable account of the 1986 accident at the VI Lenin nuclear power plant it s causes mainly to do with design flaws in the reactor and wholly inadeuate safety provisions within the reactor containment building although poor training and institutional inertia and good old Soviet blindness also play a part and the dreadfully flawed containment programme which would have got the book for starsUnfortunately the second half is a horribly self indulgent account of a short trip by the author to Chernobyl and Pripyat which could have been fascinating were he not fixated on how close the environment is to computer games out how important it is for him to play Minecraft at the disaster site our how often he misses out on real life by watching it through a viewfinder This would be manageable if the story of the disaster was told before moving on to the travelogue but the mixing of a chapter on the historical disaster with a chapter on tourism in the Ukraine jarred split the narrative fatally and would have netted two starsSo I ve gone for the average of three stars enjoy the introduction to nuclear power and the tale of the worst nuclear disaster in history and get through the rest as best you can

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собранные автором использовались создателями культового сериала Чернобыль что позволило им добиться особой достоверности. Interesting account of the disaster at Chernobyl The author has never been published before but had an almost obsessive interest in the topic Enough to push him to visit the Exclusion Zone and surrounding areas with other tourists and take thousands of photographs This is a nice addition to the other books on Chernobyl Plenty of footnotes are provided as is a website to the photos not included in the book


10 thoughts on “Chernobyl 012340 The Incredible True Story of the World's Worst Nuclear Disaster

  1. says:

    Chernobyl 012340 The Incredible True Story of the World's Worst Nuclear Disaster by Andrew Leatherbarrow was not what I was expecting I am being generous when I give it two stars No two stars is a fair rating; it IS OKThe

  2. says:

    It's very much a case of the game of two halves one being the reasonable account of the 1986 accident at the VI Lenin nuclear power plant it's causes mainly to do with design flaws in the reactor and wholly inadeuate safety provisions within the reactor containment building although poor training and institutional inertia and good old Sovie

  3. says:

    On April 26 1986 the fourth reactor at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant officially named the Vladmir Ilyich Lenin Nuclear Power Plant exploded during a test releasing huge amounts of radiation and contamination into a large section of Ukraine The USSR fought to control the contamination while striving to prevent the accident becoming an embarrassment to the communist nation I was a senior in high school at the time I remember th

  4. says:

    Frankly I didn't understand many of the technical terms that the author included but you don't have to in order to realize the magnitude of the disaster whuch took place I know that some reviewers complained about the author's spacing of the chapters with those about the disaster and ones about the personal trip taken by the author This didn't bother me too much although his immaturity did show in his attitude about t

  5. says:

    I have a lovehate relationship with books like this I love them because I have a burning desire to understand how something as devastating as this could ever happened in a so called educated society But at the same time books like this drive me nuts because they often serve to put a firm underline on how incredibly stupid those peo

  6. says:

    25 stars Chernobyl is a fascinating topic but honestly just watch the HBO series There’s a ton of interesting information here and mostly well presented but it doesn’t add anything particularly special And I genuinely wanted to like the sections about the author’s trip to Ukraine but they left me wanting Which makes me feel like an asshole saying I was bored by reading about such an impactful time in someone’s life But

  7. says:

    Andrew Leatherbarrow’s Chernobyl 012340 The Incredible True Story of the World’s Worst Nuclear Disaster is an excellent starting point for readers new to the history of nuclear power When I’m at home I am just barely outside the fallout range for Arkansas Nuclear One ANO While I’m at work I’m in the reactor’s

  8. says:

    Interesting account of the disaster at Chernobyl The author has never been published before but had an almost obsessive interest in the topic Enough to push him to visit the Exclusion Zone and surrounding areas with other to

  9. says:

    Love it very detailed about what really happened to the Chernobyl disaster where occured in Ukraine in 1986 It gives a feeling how horrible was the night where all started falling apart till the people suffered later on due to radioactivity exposure conseuences Must read if you are a curious reader about Cherno

  10. says:

    The first few chapters were what I needed for a writing project which caused some interesting feverish nuclear holocaust nightmares so I'm glad I have it—seems pretty popular generally also xD

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