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How nature has taken over Chernobyl
Since humans abandoned the area, nature has reclaimed the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone.
Ultra-powerful X-rays are helping physicists understand Chernobyl
Researchers may soon be able to harness X-rays to analyze tiny grains of impenetrable nuclear waste.
People used to drink a very specific kind of urine to treat motion sickness
Plus other weird things we learned this week
The nuclear mutant is still evolving
Our mutants, ourselves.
Plants couldn’t run away from Chernobyl—but that’s what saved them
Why plants don't get cancer.
With humans out of the way, Chernobyl’s wildlife thrives
The nuclear meltdown killed most animals in the area, but now nature is thriving.
Watch the Chernobyl disaster site finally get properly contained
The reactor's makeshift tomb was only supposed to last until 2001
SpaceX Rocket Carries Chernobyl Fungi Into Space
The tiniest cosmonauts could help develop a "sunblock" for radiation
Fall(out) Guy Part 12
It's time to cleanup some radioactive fallout!
30 Years After Chernobyl, Watch a 360-Degree VR Trailer Of The Disaster Site
It's the most immersive exploration of the site ever