The Ukrainian nuclear power plant Zaporizhzhya operator reports that unit 6 is disconnected from the grid. Unit 5 was also shut down shortly before!” This breaking news set alarm bells ringing among nuclear experts Friday morning. “If the cooling system fails or missiles hit the reactors, all of Europe would be exposed to a nuclear disaster. After all, Zaporizhzhya is the world’s largest reactor site,” GLOBAL 2000 expert Reinhard Uhrig said worriedly given the first impacts in the region. Earlier, expert Dr. Cornelius Granig had warned of a chain reaction: “In Ukraine, there are still 17 reactors of ancient Soviet design running.”
And in Chernobyl, now occupied by Russians, a sarcophagus over the destroyed reactor protects the world from the highly radioactive molten contents, but 22,000 fuel elements are stored in the exclusion zone! Uhrig’s fear: “The nuclear waste is only moderately protected. It’s impossible to imagine what could happen in the event of accidental or deliberate hits.”
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