Now, Chernobyl enters my travelling bucket list. Hmm…
Ever thought about visiting the infamous Chernobyl Exclusion Zone? If so, here are ten things you should know before going on such a trip. 1. It’s safe In terms of exposure to radiation, a visit to Chernobyl can be compared to spending a few hours in an aeroplane. The area still does have ‘hot spots’ […]
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hilo i need to read thsi is good post
I am very interested in nuclear tourism. I’d love to visit both Chernobyl and Fukushima. I also am a bit of a Geiger Counter enthusiast, which is a hobby my wife is not very fond of. She does not understand why I’d like to spend $2,000 on scintillation equipment for hobby use.
There is a fellow I talk to occasionally named Carl Willis. He is a nuclear engineer and also does tourism. He has been to Chernobyl many times.
Accidentally sent before I could link his youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/Thallium208
Wow, very interesting! Great one.