Mysterious radiation spike detected over Scandinavia

Jun 29, 2020
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No one is disputing where Chernobyl is located; not sure what you are trying to relay here??
The article was wrong locating Chernobyl in Russia. It is located not far from Kiev, in Ukraine. Ukraine was in USSR at the time and as for many people USSR = Russia the confusion goes on.
 
Jul 3, 2020
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No where in the article does it state that Chernobyl is in Russia. They mention it in this article because Ukraine was under the control of Russia at the time of the Chernobyl Accident. And the Russian Government didn't admit that there was something wrong until they could not hide it anymore.
 
May 19, 2020
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A number of months ago, there was a mysterious spike in radiation in the northern region of Russia and the local population were scrambling to get iodine. Nearby was a military research base and they said that there was an "accident" but later admitted that there was an explosion of an experimental missile.

The rumor is that the Russians had been try to develop a nuclear powered missile or cruise missile and it blew up. I believe 4 of their scientists were killed in the explosion. The advantage of a nuclear powered cruise missile is that it effectively has unlimited loitering time so it can fly around indefinitely until it is deployed. Because it is already flying around near its target, the strike can be made very quickly; reducing defensive reaction time. I suspect the Russians are back at it.
 
May 19, 2020
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Ozone layer is being depleted, allowing the sun's rays to come on through to the earth.
Don't think the detected radiation is UV or other radiant energy from the sun. The released statement was "radioactivity", which means ionizing radiation; such as gamma radiation, alpha particles, beta particles, etc. This sounds like activity involving nuclear sources.
 

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