Zaporizhia Nuclear Power Plant | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


Zaporizhia Nuclear Power Plant

The plant is located in Central Ukraine near the city of Enerhodar, on the banks of the Kakhovka Reservoir on the Dnieper river. It has 6 VVER-1000 pressurized light water nuclear reactors, each generating 1000 MWe, for a total power output[clarification needed] of 6,000 MWe.[1] The first five were successively brought online between 1985 and 1989, and the sixth was added in 1995. The plant was said to still be in construction till 2030 and will generate a bigger amount of power.

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While everyone is trying to blame Russia for the spike in Iodine isotopes in the air, note the map below.

The map does not show any bias towards the arctic. In fact, Poland has the highest reading. One has to wonder if Ukraine, which has a past record of nuclear accident, might have suffered a problem at the Zaporizhia Nuclear Power Plant, and the "blame Russia for everything" media is shouting "Russian nuclear test" to protect the already beleaguered nuclear power industry.

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