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Tuesday, April 26, 2016

Glowing Reports from Chernobyl

Ever watch that television show Scorpion? It has a heap of "Yeah, sure!" moments, but it does have some high levels of suspense. When I watched "Chernobyl Intentions", I didn't realize a couple of things: the disaster happened thirty years ago today, and the episode of is based on current events. The part of radiation being a scary thing, yeah, I've known that for years.


  The disaster at Chernobyl should be a field lab for evolutionists, but things are not working out according to their expectations.  Image credit: NASA image created by Jesse Allen, using EO-1. The disaster at Chernobyl should be a field lab for evolutionists, but things are not working out according to their expectations.
Image credit: NASA image created by Jesse Allen, using EO-1. Use does not imply endorsement.
Chernobyl is in Kiev, Ukraine, near the Belarus border. On April 26, 1986, technicians of the Soviet Union-controlled area caused reactor four to explode. This killed several people at the time, released huge amounts of radiation, and displaced over 350,000 people to date. The most radioactive area has highly restricted access, and is expected to be uninhabitable for many years.

People who get their information about radiation from movies and such may be expecting mutations and people with super powers, and Darwinists have a field lab for their conjectures. But things are not going according to neo-Darwinism plans. Plants and animals didn't seem to get the "uninhabitable" memo, and some people have rejected it outright. They are living where they shouldn't, and seem to be thriving. Although the health risks from radiation are very real, it appears that the regenerative properties of DNA, designed by our Creator, have been underestimated.
Surprising scientists, both people and animals are doing OK around the world’s worst nuclear accident site.

Thirty years ago, on April 26, 1986, Russian government officials evacuated people living in 1,600 square miles around the Chernobyl nuclear power plant after a meltdown sent a radiation cloud over a large area (see history of the incident on PhysOrg). The “exclusion zone” was deemed too hazardous for humans. Animals, however, were not evacuated; scientists feared a great die-off and ecological disaster. A new study, though, shows a big surprise.
To read the rest, click on "Why Chernobyl Neighbors Are Not Dying". 

 

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