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Chernobyl (2019) Nuclear Reactor Explosion Scene

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princess Luna
princess Luna Πριν 3 ώρες
Me: *on the Nuclear Reactor* Russian guy: *gives Speech to the Reactor* Reactor: *Bursts* Other Russians: Oh No, its going to explode, RUNN!!! Me and the Others: *panicking out of the Reactor* Chernobyl:
I hate everyone and everything
I hate everyone and everything Πριν 12 ώρες
I don’t thinks that’s how it works...
Midori Koçak
Midori Koçak Πριν 16 ώρες
This video is a lie. RBMK reactors does not explode.
J MART
J MART Πριν ημέρα
" it's cheaper" Everyone in that room felt that....
Almaan chowdhury
Almaan chowdhury Πριν ημέρα
is it me or does it look like an atomic explosion
Almaan chowdhury
Almaan chowdhury Πριν 14 ώρες
@Hubert Shitmeyer ikr
Hubert Shitmeyer
Hubert Shitmeyer Πριν 14 ώρες
you know it was, it reaaallyyyyy waaaaaaaaaas. thank you.
Meanwhile in JC3
Meanwhile in JC3 Πριν ημέρα
3:07 The eyes say everything !
Nathan Tucker
Nathan Tucker Πριν ημέρα
The zone
Tom Richnafsky
Tom Richnafsky Πριν 2 ημέρες
Anyone else think Jared Harris is a phenomenal actor??
Virtual Paradox
Virtual Paradox Πριν 3 ημέρες
This is why we don’t make the tools designed to stop the reaction part of what accelerates it
Vivienne Koo
Vivienne Koo Πριν 12 ώρες
Why is that?
Derek Wall
Derek Wall Πριν 3 ημέρες
now why in the hell did they build control rods that have graphite tips? any nuclear physicist will tell you that graphite tipped rods might cause an excursion
ColecoKid
ColecoKid Πριν ημέρα
Vlog's video elvids.com/video/%CE%B2%CE%AF%CE%BD%CF%84%CE%B5%CE%BF-hIGtTImeYU4.html Scott Manley's elvids.com/video/%CE%B2%CE%AF%CE%BD%CF%84%CE%B5%CE%BF-q3d3rzFTrLg.html Normal H2O is a neutron absorber, not a moderator, so the graphite had to be pulled in as the control rods were withdrawn to ensure reaction stability.
Jon T
Jon T Πριν 2 ημέρες
@Zahir Datoo xD
Zahir Datoo
Zahir Datoo Πριν 2 ημέρες
@Joe Skeen And its Cheaper!
Joe Skeen
Joe Skeen Πριν 2 ημέρες
The bottom half of the control rods are graphite purposely to act as a moderator. Basically the bottom half speeds up fission and top half slows it down, with the operators moving them up or down depending on what they want to do. I'd highly recommend looking up the vlogbrothers video about it.
Zahir Datoo
Zahir Datoo Πριν 3 ημέρες
Its Cheaper!
World Pokal
World Pokal Πριν 3 ημέρες
Is one German
Toxisches Etwas
Toxisches Etwas Πριν ημέρα
@Ronald Lainer ah ja...
Ronald Lainer
Ronald Lainer Πριν ημέρα
Sind wir nicht alle irgendwie deutsch? :)
malik smith
malik smith Πριν 3 ημέρες
generation zero
Max Dukhovskoy
Max Dukhovskoy Πριν 3 ημέρες
"uuugghh, who farteeeedd?"
bk cross
bk cross Πριν 3 ημέρες
0:42 the desperate look on he's face while he engage the AZ-5
THE REAL GAMER2.0
THE REAL GAMER2.0 Πριν 4 ημέρες
Boom
Ben Laskowski
Ben Laskowski Πριν 4 ημέρες
Jesus. . . This was all over the news when I was seven.
Ben Laskowski
Ben Laskowski Πριν ημέρα
@hotdog pepper That's good. She got that at least.😔👍
hotdog pepper
hotdog pepper Πριν ημέρα
@Ben Laskowski thanks for talking about my english i have been wondering if it's good or not and my aunt passed of cancer from exposure to the radiation but she was 83 so she lived a long happy life at least
Ben Laskowski
Ben Laskowski Πριν ημέρα
@hotdog pepper Your English is fine. Was your aunt okay?
hotdog pepper
hotdog pepper Πριν ημέρα
@Ben Laskowski I lived in Ukraine and I remember my mom was very worried about my aunt who lived in pripyat it was very overwhelming I wanted to stop seeing it on the news but it keeped coming Apologies for bad English
Ben Laskowski
Ben Laskowski Πριν ημέρα
@hotdog pepper Age be damned, this was on the news for WEEKS. It was center stage because of the sheer magnitude of the event. A reactor accident of this caliber had never occurred before. Only much later did I understand HOW big.
that dude
that dude Πριν 4 ημέρες
I wasn't aware that Russians had British accents.
AnonymousPepper
AnonymousPepper Πριν 2 ημέρες
Your real answer is twofold: first, it was made in Britain by the BBC, so of course the actors are going to sound British, and second, Westerners tend to give foreigners whose native accents would otherwise be hard to understand for test audiences British accents of various types, as it seems to be a universal positive reaction.
brunoblivious
brunoblivious Πριν 3 ημέρες
So did ancient Romans!
MartinG.
MartinG. Πριν 3 ημέρες
fuck you
D Wr
D Wr Πριν 4 ημέρες
It doesn’t fit Russian propaganda so they wouldn’t likely participate.
Seth Liljeström
Seth Liljeström Πριν 4 ημέρες
Nice vid
VirusM
VirusM Πριν 4 ημέρες
ty
Stark Industries
Stark Industries Πριν 4 ημέρες
Hello, thanks for the video.
VirusM
VirusM Πριν 4 ημέρες
np :)))
Bite of December 22
Bite of December 22 Πριν 5 ημέρες
epic
jaco5187
jaco5187 Πριν 5 ημέρες
This show turned millions of people into instant nuclear scientists
Clod
Clod Πριν 5 ημέρες
Everybody gangsta till *big boomie boom*
Andrija Ban
Andrija Ban Πριν 5 ημέρες
Comrade Dyatlov receives Hero of Socialist Labor medal for completing the 5 year energy production plan in 0.1 seconds
Daniel R
Daniel R Πριν 13 ώρες
Good ones, mates! 😂😂 Pozdrav & greetings! 😎🍻
ALEXANDER1318
ALEXANDER1318 Πριν 4 ημέρες
He was a great hero. The hearts of the people of Pripyat glow in admiration of his greatness. As do their skins, spleens, heads, nails, hairs, livers and eyes.
Mac Gajwer
Mac Gajwer Πριν 5 ημέρες
The best movie-serial ever. Thx HBO
小泉雨夜
小泉雨夜 Πριν 5 ημέρες
ジャー
Amalia Moreno
Amalia Moreno Πριν 6 ημέρες
Hi
Bill P.
Bill P. Πριν 6 ημέρες
o rly
Jintsuu_
Jintsuu_ Πριν 6 ημέρες
Hellow
I'm a random guy who has micropenis _69_
That one taco Bell restroom in a nutshell
xv passive vx
xv passive vx Πριν 6 ημέρες
hi
Faceless_CS ツ
Faceless_CS ツ Πριν 6 ημέρες
Hi!
MaynorMayHam
MaynorMayHam Πριν 6 ημέρες
WHATS HAPPENING AND WHY IS THIS CHANNEL STILL HEARTING COMMENTS AFTER A YEAR SOMEONE PLS EXPLAIN THE MEANING OF THE LIFE THE UNIVERSE AND EVERYTHING AAAA no seriously what’s happening
jewel of orange
jewel of orange Πριν 3 ημέρες
32
jewel of orange
jewel of orange Πριν 3 ημέρες
Also
MaynorMayHam
MaynorMayHam Πριν 6 ημέρες
oh
VirusM
VirusM Πριν 6 ημέρες
Well i gave hearts to the first comments not knowing that this video will blow up so i continued giving everyone hearts unless they wrote a bad comment
existe_mas
existe_mas Πριν 6 ημέρες
Valery legasov is a hero
Bill P.
Bill P. Πριν 7 ημέρες
wow
Stove Pipe
Stove Pipe Πριν 7 ημέρες
where is the medal of leftist efficiency for producing a year worth of energy in 4 seconds?
Hugo Compean
Hugo Compean Πριν 7 ημέρες
rraro
one butch boi
one butch boi Πριν 8 ημέρες
im antoin diatlof and this is jack ass
FrekZ
FrekZ Πριν 8 ημέρες
Every one gangsta till the Nuclear core goes “Boom”
Sarp Eren
Sarp Eren Πριν 8 ημέρες
To scary
Jorge Castellanos
Jorge Castellanos Πριν 8 ημέρες
Bum 3:17
Mason Savage
Mason Savage Πριν 9 ημέρες
Reactor core: explodes Random guy obsessed with fireworks: best fireworks ever
Waldzkrieger
Waldzkrieger Πριν 9 ημέρες
tfw you produced your 5 year quota of energy in .2 microseconds.
So. E
So. E Πριν 10 ημέρες
😳
Zach
Zach Πριν 10 ημέρες
Dan Carlin's "Destroyer of Worlds" podcast about the Cuban Missile Crisis has a few bits about money. It's amazingly scary to think about how world ending technology and strategies about using that technology come down to one's budget. Battlefield nuclear weapons were cheaper when it came to warfare.
Omar Calvillo
Omar Calvillo Πριν 11 ημέρες
😱😨😰😥
ItzJosephRoth
ItzJosephRoth Πριν 11 ημέρες
WAHT
Maya.V. Kamalasanan
Maya.V. Kamalasanan Πριν 11 ημέρες
How the comments are so recent how
Sour Puss
Sour Puss Πριν 7 ημέρες
Maybe many people just so happen to be rediscovering the show lately (like me)? Or maybe youtube's recommendations?
an ia
an ia Πριν 8 ημέρες
Good show
Rio Kuy
Rio Kuy Πριν 11 ημέρες
lol idk
dunodisko221
dunodisko221 Πριν 11 ημέρες
Maya.V. Kamalasanan yeet
Bijith Biju
Bijith Biju Πριν 11 ημέρες
Maya.V. Kamalasanan true
CoolBrick
CoolBrick Πριν 11 ημέρες
Guys. Open "top comment" in 3 bar button
katta veruppiman
katta veruppiman Πριν 11 ημέρες
Admit it, u didn't search for it, aah youtube algorithm
whoever
whoever Πριν 10 ημέρες
Did
Andrew Corn
Andrew Corn Πριν 11 ημέρες
How are these comments so recent
Eat Your Cereal
Eat Your Cereal Πριν 8 ημέρες
Quarantine
J Leos009
J Leos009 Πριν 10 ημέρες
Right!?
Mahishasur
Mahishasur Πριν 10 ημέρες
@idont knowanymore same
idont knowanymore
idont knowanymore Πριν 11 ημέρες
Lol exactly what I was thinking
S0lar Cs51
S0lar Cs51 Πριν 11 ημέρες
Why are the comments recent?
Asqelu
Asqelu Πριν 11 ημέρες
the aliens that were watching in the sky : 👁👄👁
A. A.
A. A. Πριν 11 ημέρες
And that is why scientific establishments shouldnt be started, build or run by politicians or businessmen but by proper scientiests.
Ruturaj Shiralkar
Ruturaj Shiralkar Πριν 10 ημέρες
Especially by those politicians who were once peasants, cobblers & Metal workers.
Alen's Day
Alen's Day Πριν 11 ημέρες
☢️
Mizuha Kiryū
Mizuha Kiryū Πριν 12 ημέρες
Nobody: Reactor 4: EXPLOSION!
Mizuha Kiryū
Mizuha Kiryū Πριν 9 ημέρες
@Pomeranian Productions yes
Pomeranian Productions
Pomeranian Productions Πριν 9 ημέρες
Konosuba?
The Chernobyl Reactor
The Chernobyl Reactor Πριν 12 ημέρες
What have I gotten myself into. Chernobyl is my jam. *Chernobyl mode on*
The Chernobyl Reactor
The Chernobyl Reactor Πριν 12 ημέρες
*laughs in Chernobyl* what are they thinking.
Fact: Beagles Are Best
Fact: Beagles Are Best Πριν 12 ημέρες
This explosion was... well... not great, not terrible... Har har I’m so original...
RAFIQAH BINTI SAMSUDIN -
RAFIQAH BINTI SAMSUDIN - Πριν 12 ημέρες
hi
Tomáš a Anička
Tomáš a Anička Πριν 12 ημέρες
Khodemchuk didn't have time... 😭
Normal Deutsche Soldier
Normal Deutsche Soldier Πριν 9 ημέρες
Best death
the superhornet
the superhornet Πριν 12 ημέρες
The comments are 3.6 k not great not terrible 😂
Ashley Hooper
Ashley Hooper Πριν 14 ημέρες
romeo and juliet
Rainbow Boo
Rainbow Boo Πριν 14 ημέρες
Well who ever created Chernobyl is dumb like latterly no security at all WHO CARES ABOUT TESTS
TheColdWish
TheColdWish Πριν 13 ημέρες
There was security but it was flawed. They made a security test, that ended in, bad...
*READ ABOUT* TheSystemGuy64
*READ ABOUT* TheSystemGuy64 Πριν 14 ημέρες
OxiClean helps fight raidition!
Alex Paclin
Alex Paclin Πριν 12 ημέρες
Sadly there's no raidition there :(
EyeGaimInHD - FIFA 18 Pro Clubs - CM
EyeGaimInHD - FIFA 18 Pro Clubs - CM Πριν 14 ημέρες
3.6 roentgen, what is all the fuss about?
JAQUELINE SILVA BASTOS.OFICIAL
JAQUELINE SILVA BASTOS.OFICIAL Πριν 15 ημέρες
Só good
Arcaryon
Arcaryon Πριν 15 ημέρες
I don't have a problem with nuclear energy. I have a problem with the risk posed by nuclear energy. Like when a court in Japan ruled that the company that ran Fukushima could not be held responsible because while they did all they could and upheld all regulations, it was literally impossible to guarantee the safety of the power plant in every scenario. If someone manages to make it safe. Like, that it couldn't go wrong and be stored safely; indefinitely. Then I would obviously change my mind on the topic. But for now, I prefer even a dirty energy source to one that is literally threatening my home and I don't say that as a joke, I grew up in a region close to multiple older powerplants in another nation that constantly have little problems. Tiny incidents. Nothing special. But what I want you and everyone on this planet to understand is that this source of energy, as long as it remains uncontrollable, can never be or answer to the issue of energy generation. If only one tiny thing goes wrong - it literally destroys entire regions for thousands of years. "Experts believe that the area around Chernobyl will be habitable again for humans - but not for as many as 20,000 years." www.brainscape.com/blog/2015/06/how-long-take-to-recover-from-a-nuclear-accident/ Sure, with a bit of luck we and mean you and I might actually be around that long but that is something we should keep in mind in this day and age.
Arcaryon
Arcaryon Πριν 9 ημέρες
@SpiritdragonR I agree with that sentiment but first of all, I want that people do it right. Which isn't the case in my examples and that's just what we can read about in the papers. Again; the reactors in question are in such a bad condition that I am WILLING to pitch something as archaic as coal as an alternative. That tells you how bad the situation is. They are old, they have problems and experts, not civilians, I mean actual nuclear scientists are voicing concerns. That's one aspect of it. Now to part two; Again; the number of dead is not what worries me, it's the space and the cost a single serious incident has. Chernobyl cost 18 billion Soviet ruble at the time which roughly translates into US$68 billion $. Sure, that's not that much money in consideration for what we are theoretically able to do but again, my position is that people have no intent to actually change their energy structures because they just say that nuclear is safe, clean and cheap - which just isn't the case, the waste is the smallest issue and even that is deeply concerning but again, if you want to run base your energy policy for the near future in nuclear energy, it is necessary to take this extremley serious and to put it bluntly, I don't trust companies with doing that because at the end of the day, even a tiny thing that we might just haven't considered going wrong leads to a disaster that would impact millions and not by "losing a bit of coastline where while land becomes habitable elsewhere (Canada, Alaska (USA.), Greenlandand (Denmark) and Russia will remind you about that one in 100 years " as it is happening now but by totally annihilating the region in question for a few centuries if we are being generous. More importantly baseline is that with stuff like coal, people actually have the motivation to focus their efforts on shifting their research while with nuclear energy, especially countries that would be able to pull that change off, I don't mean the third world nations without any econemy that absolutley need that kind of energy (though none of this changes our overpopulation as a species), I mean countries like the US that have the money, have the knowledge and the recourses to do this and refuse to because it is more profitable in the short-term to just keep the reactors running forever. That's not problem solving, that's postponing problems. So in summary; the cost of climate change and environmental damage respectively is high but nuclear energy is uncontrollable once it goes wrong, that's it unless we find a way to neutralize the effects of a fallout of any size, secondly, nuclear energy IS a valid option to close the gap until renewable energy becomes viable globally BUT it stops development because people just pitch that going back to nuclear power could solve their issues, and finally, as long as a power plants is built and run by a human, my faith in the ability of the involved to run these things like machines is limited at best. That doesn't even include the earthquake risk. energyinformative.org/nuclear-energy-pros-and-cons/ Sure - you can make a pros and cons list. But the important thing is that by just focusing on one thing, we risk missing out on solutions that would be far better. We both agree that nuclear energy is a good stepping stone and deserves attention because with the right improvements, it could very well rival the basic renewable energy that is part of the debate today BUT we need to be cautious. Accidents happen. And noone wants to live next to a bomb that while being very energy rich will only last 200 years by today's estimates - I say we can probably up this to 500 because we only tend to start looking for the stuff ones we don't have it anymore (China and rare earth had that moment with Japan) and yet I think that this way of thinking is harmful because it leads to us focusing recourses on a field which is relying on old technology, I mean a plant that was constructed thirty years ago - that's already a risk. Imagine driving a thirty year old car that has been used constantly. No matter how expensive - that ain't good.
SpiritdragonR
SpiritdragonR Πριν 9 ημέρες
​@Arcaryon One thing you have to keep in mind is that none of the other energy production methods are risk-free. Nuclear power is definitely in no way ideal, creating large amounts of waste that have to be stored for a very, very long time. But coal is little more innocent than nuclear. ourworldindata.org/grapher/death-rates-from-energy-production-per-twh The amount of premature deaths attributed to coal power is astronomical, when you think of it. Thousands, many thousands. Now, all of these numbers do need to be taken with a lot of context, so it definitely warrants looking into, but even with that said you very quickly reach the death tolls of the two major nuclear disasters we've had in our history. You could make the argument that coal power doesn't displace people and render areas uninhabitable, too. But 30% of our CO2 emissions come from power generation - it is a very real fact that we're going to lose a lot of land that we wouldn't have without coal-fired power plants if we don't act very quickly. Not that any of this absolves governments or the power industry of the necessity to keep safety up to really high standards, or that this means we shouldn't be looking towards permanently sustainable and renewable power sources over nuclear. But despite the high profile of the accidents.. I would say that nuclear is a better stopgap - on the track towards renewable resources, that is - than continuing to use coal plants, in my opinion.
Arcaryon
Arcaryon Πριν 13 ημέρες
@Javer Beech There is a difference between making a sacrifice and not properly maintaining multiple powerplants in one of the wealthiest and densest populated regions of the planet. There won't be a memorial but what just one of these plants have only a minor meltdown, we are not talking about thousands but tens of millions of people that would lose everything and we HAVE alternatives. We have gas, we have fuel, we have wind, solar, water - we just have to implement that but the destruction that we risk with these plants does outweigh the benefits. This is not about fear. www.euractiv.com/section/energy/opinion/when-it-comes-to-nuclear-power-fear-is-a-bad-advisor/ This is about this: www.reuters.com/article/us-belgium-nuclear-analysis/belgian-reactors-shutdown-a-test-run-for-nuclear-free-future-idUSKCN1MW0NK "Greens member of the European Parliament Rebecca Harms has called for the decommissioning of Belgium's oldest nuclear reactor, Tihange 1, as it no longer meets international safety standards. Harms’ demand coincides with the publication of a new study on the risks of the continued operation of Tihange 1. The author of the study is Prof. Manfred Mertins, an expert in nuclear engineering and former member of the German Nuclear Safety Authority. He presented the findings at a news briefing in the European Parliament. The academic came to the conclusion that the continued operation of Tihange 1 due to “outdated reactor design, inadequate safety management and the accumulation of frequent unplanned events represents a potential danger for the site and its surroundings.” It was particularly critical “that the results of international tests and current safety standards are not adequately taken into account.” en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tihange_Nuclear_Power_Station This plant is located: www.google.com/maps/place/Tihange,+4500+Huy,+Belgien/@49.6545292,5.3117019,6.75z/data=!4m5!3m4!1s0x47c1aa3ac389de77:0x9f2f9b31f3dbbb04!8m2!3d50.5296991!4d5.2614551?hl=de Here. And that's an issue because: upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/4/46/Population_density_by_NUTS_3_region_%282017%29.svg I was afraid of nuclear fallout when I was 11. That was childish at the time, inspired by watching the news about what was happening in Japan. Today, I am not fearful, I am being realistic. To continue to use instalments like Tihange poses a risk to the general public, as a member of said public, I acknowledge and voice a concern which I base entirely on the scientific debate surrounding the topic. I don't want the world to stop using nuclear energy. I want people to be honest about it. To understand that radiation is not something you can build a statue for. I don't care for animals much. Sure, it's kinda sad for the animal but as a German, you always compare things to the nazi dictatorship and the atrocities during the war so most things don't really get to you if you are political, it's was an animal, not a person so that's it. More importantly, the worth of nuclear energy mustn't be understated just like owning a car poses a risk and kills roughly a million people every year and that's without considering the smog, I am not an ecological person but it is still a fact - the point is that nuclear energy works - until it doesn't. Then you have to evacuate a whole region, practically forever and if that happens at the wrong place, no amount of produced energy could ever cover the direct cost. Nuclear accidents are extremely rare and yet, they happen. If a car crashes, if a plain falls from the sky, even if an entire oil tanker sinks to the bottom of the see - the damage is marginal compared to a nuclear catastrophe. So frequency isn't really an issue. But what actually IS an issue is the fact that nations don't think enough about alternatives. We have a powerplant. It does the job. We keep improving a field that is a constant dilemma and I think we need to diversify resources to find alternatives. What if there is a power source which we could use safely, with a similar cost? We wouldn't find out because we focus our efforts on dead energy, keep refining coal, gas and fuel and in the end, the argument ends where it started, nuclear energy, the solution nobody wants but everybody gets. That's not problem-solving, that's procrastination. Am not advocating to rule out nuclear energy - again; I am German, my government rushed the process for political gains and threw us back to the coal age - no, I just want that people in more places understand that change is expensive, invasive and in the end necessary - because this? www.world-nuclear.org/information-library/safety-and-security/safety-of-plants/safety-of-nuclear-power-reactors.aspx " The few accidents have been spectacular and newsworthy, but of little consequence in terms of human fatalities." I mean... Do I really need to explain why I don't trust people that approve of publishing stuff like this? Why I think that this form of energy as a business model is a risk because it means that company interests might dictate less maintenance, cost reduction aso and end in another "of little consequence in terms of human fatalities". People may disagree with me but I am consequential. I would have a problem to live next to a power plant in 2020 so here I am. And this show definitely didn't lead me to reconsider my overall position. As long as the cost of an accident outweighs the benefits, I don't see how it could be any other way. This is not an ideological decision mind you. But after carefully assessing the overall situation, I believe that the price of progress is determined by US. Sure, I could allow human testing with involuntary subjects like prisoners. It would speed up the process and rapists and murderers don't have many supporters. And now you riddle me this - is clean energy on a nuclear scale worth it? It depends, yet I don't see this technology existing in 200 years if the industry keeps 40-year-old installations around.
Javer Beech
Javer Beech Πριν 13 ημέρες
I understand how scary things can be and I wouldnt want you to live that close to a powerplant to be honest. But reading what you wrote made me think to myself. We've had many advances in our technological ability but at what price... What price did we pay. We have lost many a souls, even animals. The other day i watched a documentary on how we tested the space launch rockets with a dog being the only cargo.. A memorial was made for the dog but thats just an animal, and story that i read about. it also came to me what about the stories that i dont know about. Or the ones that are covered up.. Dont take me as rude but these sacrifices were made for us to get to this point. Oh i would love an alternative way to advance without sacrifices but it just seems people are putting their lives on the line just to develop and further humanity
Arcaryon
Arcaryon Πριν 14 ημέρες
@Starcraftmazter Didn't know that, will have to look into that one again, I just filled this particular trial which didn't mention that as far as the translation was concerned.
Rose *
Rose * Πριν 15 ημέρες
It's not terrible...
Deluxe fan club Antti Aalto
Deluxe fan club Antti Aalto Πριν 16 ημέρες
Reaktor love it
Sup ,dawg!
Sup ,dawg! Πριν 17 ημέρες
This hurt me! I have nothing but to feel for these ppl
Thomas Faucette
Thomas Faucette Πριν 17 ημέρες
that dumass dyatlov should have been in the room where it blew up he was a dam Terrorist the dumass bastard
Fré-Jan Wills
Fré-Jan Wills Πριν 16 ημέρες
He couldn't have known
Obliviator TV
Obliviator TV Πριν 16 ημέρες
Thomas Faucette ok chill out
Patrick Star!
Patrick Star! Πριν 17 ημέρες
Great scene, devestating event
Cryogenx37
Cryogenx37 Πριν 17 ημέρες
When he said that graphite-tipped control rods were cheaper than boron, I wondered how much money did they try to save instead of focusing on a safety kill switch? Anybody know? I've tried googling "graphite vs boron prices", "how much cheaper is graphite than boron" etc. and nothing really showed up for me.
teddyfail
teddyfail Πριν 16 ημέρες
the question of price is not really in the price of graphite vs boron. its the whole design of the reactor. from what I know (aka ELvids and google so take this with a gran of salt), the whole design is just a series of solution to a problem caused by a cheap alternative. when they design the reactor, the fuel rod has regular water running through the fuel channel instead of "heavy water" (a special water went through some chemicals process). regular water slows down the reaction, so the design faces a probably of once the boron control rod is removed, the fuel channel has a bunch of water running through it, which also slows down reaction, so now they can't get the reaction to go up either the rod is up or down. the solution is to use another graphite rod as a place holder to displace the water. so the control rods is actually a two part rod of graphite and boron that is double the size of the fuel channel. so not really a "graphite-tipped" as its basically the same length of the boron rod. and they need to have a proper safety kill switch. its more insane if they don't make a safety switch. the AZ5 just lowers down all the control rod. the AZ5 should work under normal situation, but at the night at the Chernobyl, they push the reactor so high that AZ5 has no way the slow down the reaction fast enough to prevent a melt down. at least this is from what I know
leksio pl.
leksio pl. Πριν 17 ημέρες
3:05
U.S. AVELLINO 1912
U.S. AVELLINO 1912 Πριν 13 ημέρες
My brain After 5 minutes of math study
Kyle K.
Kyle K. Πριν 18 ημέρες
3:04 That lid weighed 1000 tons, or 2 million pounds. 2. Million. Pounds. And it shot off like it was a champagne cork.
Alen's Day
Alen's Day Πριν 11 ημέρες
*wow*
Alexis Soto
Alexis Soto Πριν 18 ημέρες
if u need a red emergency button to stop what your doing, your fucked
Dr.Cemong
Dr.Cemong Πριν 18 ημέρες
noice baguette
Batman
Batman Πριν 18 ημέρες
2:51 that "oh fuck" look on Dyatlov's face is so great. He realized he couldn't use AZ-5 as a cop-out.
Ronald Aguilar
Ronald Aguilar Πριν 9 ημέρες
Blyat*
Kira Yoshikage
Kira Yoshikage Πριν 18 ημέρες
This is why mista hates 4 so much.....
Kira Yoshikage
Kira Yoshikage Πριν 16 ημέρες
@A Mole Rat yes
A Mole Rat
A Mole Rat Πριν 16 ημέρες
Kira Yoshikage is that a Hecking jojo reference
Chudney Levingston
Chudney Levingston Πριν 19 ημέρες
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Pupsader Πριν 19 ημέρες
Vichnaya pamyat
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