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picture28 Mar 2004 @ 08:50, by Anthony Marsh

This is probably the most in depth report, of the aftermath of Chernobyl. Got to have a fast bike and a full tank. Scenes of a Mad Max movie soon to be, a world wide senario? Wellcome to the "Dead Zone".
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29 Mar 2004 @ 02:04 by jstarrs : Fascinating trip...
...actually seeing the consequences so many years after leaves a very hollow feeling in the heart.  


29 Mar 2004 @ 02:34 by vaxen : WOW!!!
Bushman that is quite a journey! What an unbeleivably wonderful girl! What a horrible legacy for 'science' everywhere! Certainly the specter of this becoming a 'worldwide' scenario should haunt peoples' minds. Think of the Depleted Uranium bombs being used in Iraq since the first go around and still being used today! The people in this Government responsible for such horror should be hanged by the neck till dead then placed somewhere for the world to see! Think of this tour when you watch the 'talking heads' giving their bullshit propaganda speeches on the idiot box. How can people be so damned blind?

Thankyou so much for this marvelous opportunity to go on tour with that courageous young woman. 'kidd of speed!' Wow!  



29 Mar 2004 @ 04:44 by jstarrs : Vax?
Spot on commentary, thanks.
(Except hanging people by the neck for their ignorance...)  



29 Mar 2004 @ 05:00 by jmarc : interesting that
the boars and wolves and wild horses thrive. Could be a good point of study. Armand Hammer, in his autobiography, "Hammer", says that this accident was the turning point in U.S. Soviet relations. Though Hammer points to himself as the great hero diplomat in this disaster, which we should probably take as self promotion, he does point to the fact that it made the soviets realize the utter stupidity of their inward nature, and may have been the final nail in that regimes coffin.  


29 Mar 2004 @ 06:29 by shawa : An incredibly sad testimony
Wow. Incredibly depressing. Yeah, let´s register this, it could happen anywhere.  


29 Mar 2004 @ 11:42 by skookum : Man in his infinite wisdom
is dumber than dirt.  


30 Mar 2004 @ 05:16 by newdawn : goes to show
a tribute to life overcoming great catastrophe!  


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