Relying on the development of science and technology, our life has undergone earth shaking changes. We have entered the era of intelligence, but the development of science is also a double-edged sword. Our living standards are rapidly improving, but at the same time, it also lays a hidden danger for our survival. There was a serious nuclear leakage accident in human history. At that time, Chernobyl became a “ghost city”. Now it has been more than 30 years. What about Chernobyl?
According to the nuclear accident, people also shot an American drama called “Chernobyl”. With the popularity of American TV series, people have deeply reflected on the unprecedented disaster, and more and more people begin to think about the balance between human and nature. Although the emergence of nuclear energy has brought a lot of convenience to mankind, and the economic level has soared rapidly, it has also planted a bomb for us.
The harm of nuclear radiation
The destructive power of nuclear energy cannot be underestimated. The United States once projected two atomic bombs on Japan, but the radiation has not completely dissipated. The leakage of the Fukushima nuclear power plant in Japan is due to the emergence of mutated species in the nearby sea area. These are the hazards of nuclear pollution, not to mention those who have experienced nuclear radiation. They either suffer from cancer or lose their lives early.
The explosion of Chernobyl No.4 reactor caused the disaster. The government at that time did not realize the seriousness of the problem. It was only a few hours after the nuclear leakage that the government rescued it, but it was too late at that time. Although the local people migrated in the early stage of the nuclear explosion, there are still many people who are inevitably exposed to nuclear radiation, and their offspring are all malformed children, even suffering from various complicated diseases. In order to study the current situation of nuclear radiation, scientists led an investigation team to Chernobyl in 1996.
Many people think that Chernobyl has become an empty city at this time, but there are many mutated organisms growing in it. These mutated organisms will attack human beings. Is there any basis for this? In fact, in the early stage of nuclear radiation, although humans escaped, the animals living here could not escape. They could only survive in Chernobyl. At the beginning, the animals here did mutate. However, as time goes on, the animals here have no natural enemies and no threat from human beings. It has become a paradise, and the number of animals has begun to increase, which seems to be a vibrant phenomenon.
More than 30 years have passed since the nuclear leakage. Many species have emerged in the Chernobyl area. These species survive here. We have to admire the resilience of nature and the strength of life, and the adaptability of animals to the environment is beyond our imagination. Does this also mean that as long as human beings do not interfere in nature, nature will always remain pure?