Chernobyl in 2007

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    1. It keeps amazing me how accurate STALKER was in its portrayal of the buildings etc. With the exception of the electricity flowing into the sky, of course, but I think artistic license covers that.

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    2. 4th Picture is astounding.

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    3. Dammit just make a movie set in Chernobyl already. I bet the shots would be amazing.

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    4. I love how the HDR technique gives photos that unreal feeling. It’s pretty cool.

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    5. @Billy Manic: Still can’t. Does rates are still too high for long term occupancy in most of the area around it. Life is slowly returning as nature takes over the sight.

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    6. Dose rates. spelling failure

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    7. @Drunkin:
      Not “sight,” you’re thinking of “site.” DOUBLE FAIL. It’s alright. Happens to the best of us.

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    8. @Sticky: Exactly. Because it’s “all right” not “alright” which is never right. (Or else irregardless is a word too.)

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    9. i normally like HDR photos, but I’m not too keen on seeing them of this place. I’d go for regular photos of Chernobyl instead of shop’d ones any day.

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    10. I remember hiding behind that ferris wheel slaughtering wave after wave of oncoming troops.

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    11. @rattybad: I find these hilariously misconstrued. Here, Webster will clear it up for you.

      (tl;dr – people use it, it’s a word)

      USAGE Irregardless originated in dialectal American speech in the early 20th century. Its fairly widespread use in speech called it to the attention of usage commentators as early as 1927. The most frequently repeated remark about it is that “there is no such word.” There is such a word, however. It is still used primarily in speech, although it can be found from time to time in edited prose. Its reputation has not risen over the years, and it is still a long way from general acceptance.

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    12. Man, FUCK that ferris wheel

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    13. I think I can see Capt. MacMillan there somewh-

      *HEADSHOT*

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    14. Is that a Hand of Nod I see?

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    15. @Paul_Is_Drunk: Webster’s is an amateur’s dictionary. OED or GTFO.

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    16. I was actually there a few months ago. Should I post my pictures?

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    17. Robzy, yes, please. I am fascinated by this place.

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    18. @robzy: please also post any pics of body mutation due to the radiation please.

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    19. @rattybad: Irregardless, the word are in common usage and are understood by people who see or hear them, alright?

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    20. @cm3ars: You’ll be waiting a while. Life is not like the movies. Nuclear power is actually clean and safe and Chernobyl was a preventable (human error) accident, not some failure of the nuclear industry.

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    21. Reminds me of Call of Duty 4 for some reason.

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    22. Someone mentioned that deformations are not accuring, this is a picture I found on another site.

      media.ebaumsworld.com/picture/L_o_L/chernobyl1_gif.jpg

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    23. @mosher111:
      That’s a picture from 1996, ten years after the incident. More than 10 years have passed.

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