Hello interweebzzz Bagan here o/, and this time we have a double release of “Montage”. The story started unfold nicely in this volume and I wont lie I can’t wait for the next chapter.

Now for a small rant,

I start watching “Chernobyl” the mini series and I dig it a lot. I have watched the first three episodes and I am almost finished and I just delayed it a as much as possible because I want to watch it more and more. The cinematography, the story (well, its the events are the real story that we all know of. Or at least most of us), the acting are all over the top. I wont disagree that if you are not into this kind of series you wont like it or you may find it weird or even bad. Though if you are up to it you would love the series and I recommenced it.

The Chernobyl disaster was a nuclear accident that occurred on Saturday 26 April 1986, at the No. 4 reactor in the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant, near the city of Pripyat in the north of the Ukrainian SSR. It is considered the worst nuclear disaster in history and is one of only two nuclear energy disasters rated at seven—the maximum severity—on the International Nuclear Event Scale, the other being the 2011 Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster in Japan.

The accident started during a safety test on an RBMK-type nuclear reactor, which was commonly used throughout the Soviet Union. The test was a simulation of an electrical power outage to aid the development of a safety procedure for maintaining reactor cooling water circulation until the back-up electrical generators could provide power. This gap was about one minute and had been identified as a potential safety problem that could cause the nuclear reactor core to overheat. It was hoped to prove that the residual rotational energy in a turbine generator could provide enough power to cover the gap. Three such tests had been conducted since 1982, but they had failed to provide a solution. On this fourth attempt, an unexpected 10-hour delay meant that an unprepared operating shift was on duty. During the planned decrease of reactor power in preparation for the electrical test, the power unexpectedly dropped to a near-zero level. The operators were able to only partially restore the specified test power, which put the reactor in a potentially unstable condition. This risk was not made evident in the operating instructions, so the operators proceeded with the electrical test. Upon test completion, the operators triggered a reactor shutdown, but a combination of unstable conditions and reactor design flaws caused an uncontrolled nuclear chain reaction instead.

The above part was taken, from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. You can read more Here if you are interest to learn more.

Well, that was all. See you in the next release \o

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