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 TUC Radio 
 ONE of FOUR-Update of the 2011 program: TO THE MEMORY OF CHERNOBYL
 Weekly Program
 Reading of words by Alexey Yablokov and Vassily Nesterenko
 Maria Gilardin  
 For non-profit use only.
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The Chernobyl reactor explosion is referenced to minimize the impact of Fukuchima. Supposedly only 35 people died. The World Health Organization and the IAEA, whose mission is to promote nuclear power, claim that "there is no scientific evidence of increases in overall cancer incidence or mortality rates or in rates of non-malignant disorders that could be related to radiation exposure from Chernobyl."

That the reality on the ground is very different comes to life in a book, Chernobyl: Consequences of the Catastrophe for People and the Environment. 
Chernobyl: Consequences of the Catastrophe for People and the Environment, was compiled by Dr. Alexey Yablokov, biologist and member of the Russian Academy of Science, and Vassily Nesterenko, former director of the Belarussian Nuclear Center. This part one of a four part series of readings. This segment deals with the impact of Chernobyl over time and space, containing evidence that radiation fell over the whole Northern Hemisphere and deposited radiation, some of which that persists to this day. 

It is an extraordinary and auspicious coincidence that the book becomes freely available at a time where the world is trying to make sense of Fukushima. The similarities are uncanny, the experience gained and described is potentially life saving. Even the chapter on mitigation, how to treat exposed persons, how to remediate soils that are contaminated, how to get ready to live with contaminations that will persist, can be helpful. Chernobyl: Consequences of the Catastrophe for People and the Environment was first published in 2009 in the Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences - and promptly ignored. After an original print run of only 700 copies the report is no longer available from the Academy. However, the authors and editor are now (April 2011) offering the book for free as pdf file - and they are placing a new print run back into circulation.

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