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At 1:23 AM on April 26th, 1986, reactor 4 of the Chernobyl nuclear power plant exploded.  Eighteen years later, the radioactive exclusion zone has rendered 21 cities uninhabitable. 21 CITIES. Over 100,000 people were given minutes to evacuate their homes, and told to grab three days worth of supplies. They were never allowed to return. How did this happen? What was the cause of the largest nuclear accident that the world has ever seen? Join REASON Podcast this, as we discuss the largest nuclear accident that the world has ever seen.  Call in and join the conversation this Sunday, April 28th, 8pm EST. Questions, comments, and concerns welcome, 424-243-9589, email us at REASON@wnyatheist.org

 

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