18 Foods That Naturally Detox Radiation. (It has been claimed that after the meltdown of the Chernobyl Soviet nuclear power plant in 1986, the Soviet Union put food-grade French Green clay in chocolate bars and dispensed them freely to the masses to remove radiation they may have been exposed to. Clay baths are also used to detoxify as they draw out from the skin) http://www.amazon.com/Ion-Charged-Minerals-Terrabathe-Pounds/dp/B007JF3FL0
In order to turn nuclear fission into electrical energy, nuclear power plant operators have to control the energy given off by the enriched uranium and allow it to heat water into steam. Enriched uranium typically is formed into inch-long (2.5-centimeter-long) pellets, each with approximately the same diameter as a dime. Next, the pellets are arranged into long rods, and the rods are collected together into bundles. The bundles are submerged in water inside a pressure vessel.
Eerie scenes from the ghost town left abandoned after Chernobyl
Desolate remains: Photographer Roland Verant, 35, from Vienna, captured a series of stunning images of the Ukrainian town of Pripyat, 30 years after the Chernobyl nuclear disaster that decimated the town
This rare photo was snapped by Reuters photographer Ruben Sprich during a yearly inspection of the Muehleberg nuclear power station in Switzerland. The cosmic blue glow is a result of Cherenkov radiation, an electromagnetic radiation seen in reactors.
Chernobyl: An Inventory of Mortality by Josephine Pugh - In the early morning hours of April 26, 1986, the Chernobyl nuclear power plant in Ukraine (formerly part of the Soviet Union) exploded, creating what has been described as the worst nuclear disaster the world has ever seen. ...........•♥°.... Nims.... °♥•