Russia finds radioactive isotopes in test samples after accident

Russia finds radioactive isotopes in test samples after accident

Russia’s state weather agency said on Monday it had found radioactive isotopes in test samples after a mysterious accident during a test at a military site earlier this month. The deadly accident on Aug. 8 caused a brief rise in radiation levels in the city of Severodvinsk.

Simone
Simone
No.Reply
No.Reply 5 months

I think of all the times the Russians have just completely neglected something to do with radioactive material then I think about the Obama Administration selling them 20% of the american uranium sources and how those sycophants push a green deal like they really care about the environment. fake news and fake people.

ConcealCarryProtect
ConcealCarryProtect 5 months

How did that get there 🤷 wierd. oh well

SimonR
SimonR 5 months

Where's that idiot who thought radiation just disappears in air?

(Un)Fortunate Son
(Un)Fortunate Son 5 months

“3.6 Roentgen? Not bad.”

David Giarratana
David Giarratana 5 months

I found radioactive isotopes in my stool. So did you. 🖕

Frederic Lück
Frederic Lück 5 months

Go Isotopes

david dindu
david dindu 5 months

if it blows over greenland we can get it cheaper

Joseph Cribari
Joseph Cribari 5 months

more fuckery

Dave
Dave 5 months

Accidents Happen.

Scribe
Scribe 5 months

Chernobyl 2 : electric boogaloo

Symphony No. 5
Symphony No. 5 5 months

BUT FIRST you have to be silent about it.

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