Chernobyl, Vermont

A local yahoo from around here has put together an impressive display of photos he shot inside the Chernobyl “exclusion zone” — proximal to the doomed reactor, where radiation levels remain too high for human safety for any amount of time — combined with pictures of the eerily similar landscape here in Windham County, Vermont (smack in the Vermont Yankee evacuation zone).


Freaky shit. Much respect to the yahoo. Please check it.


2 Responses to “Chernobyl, Vermont”

  1. 1 Steve December 16, 2007 at 11:30 pm

    you should really get a clue. comparing the chernobyl plant to any other nuke plant is just plain stupid. do some research instead of talking without being informed. it might do you a little good.

  2. 2 Mike E December 16, 2007 at 11:57 pm

    My clue, dude, came from my friend who visited the exclusion zone in Chernobyl and came back with these pictures. Yes there are differences between the 2 plants — but there are also grim similarities.

    Beyond that is the fact that VT Yankee is in my back yard — so I’ll compare it to any damn thing I want to, thanks. Visit the link and draw your own conclusions.

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