Things Are Not Always What They Appear To Be

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On 26 April 1986, a safety test was carried out on the RBMK-type nuclear reactor at Chernobyl.

The test was held to help the development of a safety procedure for cooling water in the event of an electrical power outage. Three tests had been held in 1982, but none had…

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