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Children of Chernobyl parents have no higher number of DNA mutations

Study was one of the first to evaluate alterations in human mutation rates in response to manmade disasterFor decades popular culture has portrayed babies born to the survivors of nuclear accidents as mutants with additional heads or at high risk of cancers. But now a study of children whose parents were exposed to radiation from the Chernobyl disaster in 1986 suggests they carry no more DNA mutations than children born to any other parents.The study, published in Science, is one of the first to...
Tags: Medical research, Chernobyl nuclear disaster, Fukushima, Biology, Science, Environment


American Honey Is Radioactive From Decades of Nuclear Bomb Testing

An anonymous reader quotes a report from Motherboard: The world's nuclear powers have detonated more than 500 nukes in the atmosphere. These explosions were tests, shows of force to rival nations, and proof that countries such as Russia, France, and the U.S. had mastered the science of the bomb. The world's honey has suffered for it. According to a new study published in Nature Communications, honey in the United States is full of fallout lingering from those atmospheric nuclear tests. For the...


Chernobyl: There is no "additional DNA damage" in children born to parents who were exposed to radiation from the Chernobyl explosion...

A study found no mutations associated with a parent's exposure in the 1986 nuclear accident.


Chernobyl Survivors Didn't Pass on Harmful Mutations to Their Children, Study Finds

Two new papers out Thursday highlight the aftereffects of the Chernobyl nuclear accident that occurred over 30 years ago. One study might help explain why survivors are more likely to develop thyroid cancer, while another found evidence that these survivors don’t seem to have passed on potentially harmful mutations to…Read more...
Tags: Disaster Accident, Ionizing Radiation, Radiation Induced Cancer, Radiation, Health Medical Pharma, Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Disaster, Radiation Protection, Chernobyl Disaster, Radiobiology, Radioactivity, Nuclear Physics, Stephen Chanock, Thyroid Cancer, Acute Radiation Syndrome, Medical Physics


International research teams explore genetic effects of Chernobyl radiation

Researchers utilized genomic tools to investigate potential health effects of exposure to ionizing radiation, a known carcinogen, as a result of the 1986 Chernobyl accident. One study found no evidence that genetic changes associated with radiation exposure are passed to children, while the second study documented the genetic changes in the tumors of people who developed thyroid cancer after being exposed as children or fetuses to the radiation released by the accident. Findings are being publis...


Go green, go nuclear

This Thursday, Earth Day, politicians and activists will shout more about “the climate crisis.” I don’t think it’s a crisis. COVID-19, malaria, exploding debt, millions of poor children dying from diarrhea — those are genuine crises. But global warming may become a real problem, so it’s particularly absurd that Earth Day’s activists rarely mention the form of energy that could most quickly reduce greenhouse gases: nuclear power. When France converted to nuclear, it created the world’s fastest re...
Tags: Hollywood, Opinion, France, America, Walmart, Sport, West, Soccer, Pennsylvania, Fukushima, Greenpeace, Chernobyl, Wasserman, John Stossel, Goldstein, Three Mile Island


Dark tourism takes to the sky above Chernobyl

For just over $100, passengers can book themselves on a panoramic flight over the scene of the world's worst nuclear disaster -- the latest venture exploiting enduring interest in the abandoned radioactive wilderness around Chernobyl.
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US honey still contains traces of the radioactive fallout of nuclear bomb testing in the 50s and 60s, study finds

150-megaton thermonuclear explosion, Bikini Atoll, March 1 1954. Ann Ronan Pictures/Print Collector/Getty Images Honey from the Eastern US shows traces of a cesium-137, a radioactive element. A study traced this back to nuclear bomb testing that took place decades ago. There is no risk to human health, but the honey can help locate "hot spots" of soil contamination. See more stories on Insider's business page. US honey still carries traces of cesium-137 from atom bomb testing during...
Tags: UK, Science, Virginia, Russia, Environment, US, Trends, News UK, New Mexico, Cuba, North Carolina, Chernobyl, Pacific Ocean, Marshall Islands, Soviet Union, Williamsburg Virginia


HBO’s The Last of Us Adds Gabriel Luna as Tommy Miller

HBO’s The Last of Us adds Gabriel Luna as Tommy According to Variety, Terminator: Dark Fate actor Gabriel Luna has officially been tapped to star opposite Game of Thrones vets Pedro Pascal and Bella Ramsey in HBO’s highly-anticipated series adaptation of The Last of Us. Production on the live-action series is expected to begin this coming July in Canada. Luna is set to portray the role of Joel’s younger brother Tommy Miller, described as a former soldier who hasn’t lost his sense of idealism...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, Netflix, Army, Chernobyl, Sony Pictures Television, Joel, Tommy, Zack Snyder, Ellie, Pedro Pascal, Craig Mazin, ComingSoon, Gabriel Luna, Mazin, Neil Druckmann


New York is about to spew a lot more carbon into the air, thanks to Andrew Cuomo and anti-vaccine activist Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.'s anti-nuclear crusade

These 2013 file photos show New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, left, in Albany, N.Y. and Robert F. Kennedy Jr. in Dallas, Texas. AP Photo/Tony Gutierrez Andrew Cuomo and the anti-vaccine activist Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. pushed to close the Indian Point nuclear power plant. But without nuclear energy, New York needs to burn a lot more fossil fuels to produce electricity. This anti-science fearmongering in the name of environmentalism will, ironically, lead to more carbon emissions spewed into the...
Tags: Hbo, New York, America, Trends, Manhattan, Andrew Cuomo, Chernobyl, Brookings Institution, Albany, Kennedy, Al Franken, Cuomo, Rory, Dallas Texas, Empire State, Three Mile Island


‘Chernobyl’ Commissioner Gabriel Silver Promoted to Become Sky Studios’ Director of Commissioning for Drama

Sky Studios, the pay TV network’s production arm, has promoted Gabriel Silver – who oversaw the commissioning of “Chernobyl” – to the role of director of commissioning, drama in the U.K., overseeing a broad slate of ambitious projects. Silver, who is currently senior commissioning editor and executive producer at Sky Studios, takes up his new […]
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'Sensitive, intelligent and generous': Helen Mirren mourns 'Chernobyl,' 'Harry Potter' actor Paul Ritter, dead at 54

Paul Ritter, a Tony-nominated actor who appeared in "Chernobyl" and "Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince," died at 54 from a brain tumor.       [Author: USA TODAY]
Tags: Usa, News, Harry Potter, Prince, Usa Today, Chernobyl, Helen Mirren, Tony, Paul Ritter, Chernobyl Harry Potter


'A lovely bit of squirrel': Paul Ritter's most memorable roles

Ritter carved out a wonderful career, culminating in the acclaimed Chernobyl – but he’ll be remembered most as oddball patriarch Martin Goodman in Friday Night DinnerPaul Ritter: Friday Night Dinner star dies of brain tumour at 54Paul Ritter, who died on Monday at the age of 54, is destined to be remembered as the dad from Friday Night Dinner. And rightly so. If you think of Ritter, or Friday Night Dinner for that matter, one image will almost certainly be seared into your mind: Ritter, walking ...
Tags: Comedy, Television, Culture, Television & radio, Stage, Chernobyl, Tony, Louis, Ritter, Coram, Paul Ritter, TV Comedy, Martin Goodman, Friday Night Dinner, DinnerPaul Ritter


Paul Ritter, actor in 'Chernobyl,' 'Harry Potter,' 'Friday Night Dinner,' dies at 54

Paul Ritter, a Tony-nominated actor who appeared in "Chernobyl" and "Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince," died at 54 from a brain tumor.        [Author: USA TODAY]
Tags: Usa, Religion, Harry Potter, Prince, Usa Today, Chernobyl, Tony, Paul Ritter, Chernobyl Harry Potter


Paul Ritter, actor in 'Harry Potter' and 'Chernobyl,' dead at 54 after suffering brain tumor

Paul Ritter, known for the "Harry Potter" franchise and "Chernobyl" died at age 54.
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Paul Ritter, ‘Chernobyl’ and ‘Friday Night Dinner’ Star, Dies at 54

British actor Paul Ritter, whose credits include HBO/Sky drama “Chernobyl” and Channel 4 comedy “Friday Night Dinner,” has died of a brain tumor. He was 54. “It is with great sadness we can confirm that Paul Ritter passed away last night,” Ritter’s agent said. “He died peacefully at home with his wife Polly and sons […]
Tags: News, Global, Obituaries, People News, Chernobyl, Ritter, Paul Ritter, Polly, HBO Sky


‘Chernobyl,’ ‘Friday Night Dinner’ Star Paul Ritter Dies at 54

British actor Paul Ritter, whose credits include HBO/Sky drama “Chernobyl” and Channel 4 comedy “Friday Night Dinner,” has died of a brain tumor. He was 54. “It is with great sadness we can confirm that Paul Ritter passed away last night,” Ritter’s agent said. “He died peacefully at home with his wife Polly and sons […]
Tags: News, Global, Chernobyl, Ritter, Paul Ritter, Polly, HBO Sky


Eli Roth’s ‘Borderlands’ Movie Has Begun Filming

Director Eli Roth’s Borderlands is looking to be the most star-studded video game adaptation yet. With cast members like Cate Blanchett and Jack Black on the call sheet, it’s immediately one of the more interesting feature film adaptations of a popular video game to come along in years. So all eyes are on the Borderlands production, which has just started filming in Hungary. Ariana Greenblatt, who played Young Gamora in Avengers: Infinity War and is set to play a character named Tiny Tina in...
Tags: Movies, Hungary, Adaptation, Kevin Hart, Chernobyl, Jack Black, Cate Blanchett, Eli-Roth, Video Game, Roth, Craig Mazin, Borderlands, Lionsgate Films, Action/Adventure, Tannis, Florian Munteanu


BBC Drama Reveals Raft of New Commissions and Commissioning Roles

BBC Drama has revealed eight new commissions from Northern Ireland, Scotland, Wales and England and announced four new commissioning roles. From Northern Ireland, six-part BBC One series “Blue Lights” is a police drama created by the writers of “The Salisbury Poisonings,” Adam Patterson and Declan Lawn. It follows probationary police officers working in contemporary Belfast, […]
Tags: England, News, Global, Bbc, Northern Ireland, Belfast, BFI, Chernobyl, BBC Drama, Adam Patterson, Northern Ireland Scotland Wales, BBC Drama Reveals Raft of New Commissions


Sony & Chad Stahelski Teaming for Ghost of Tsushima Film Adaptation

Sony & Chad Stahelski teaming for Ghost of Tsushima film adaptation Nearly a year after the game first hit shelves to rave reviews from critics and gamers alike, Sony Pictures and PlayStation Productions have begun development on a film adaptation of Ghost of Tsushima and have enlisted John Wick helmer Chad Stahelski to direct, according to Deadline. RELATED: Uncharted: Sony Unveils Photos From Its Big Screen Adaptation “We’re excited to be partnering with Chad and 87Eleven Entertainment, ...
Tags: Games, Japan, Hbo, Movies, Video Games, Sony, Chad, Sony Pictures, Chernobyl, Tom Holland, John Wick, Jin, Craig Mazin, Alex Young, Chad Stahelski, Tsushima


Allogeneic adipose-derived stem cells can mitigate TBI-induced acute radiation syndrome

Nuclear power offers an efficient, reliable way to provide energy to large populations - as long as all goes well. Accidents involving nuclear reactors such as those that took place in 1986 at Chernobyl and at Fukushima Daiichi after the March 2011 tsunami raise major concerns about what happens if the worst occurs and large numbers of people are simultaneously exposed to high levels of radiation.
Tags: Health, Chernobyl, TBI, Fukushima Daiichi


Looking at Legal Ethics Through the Lens of Family Violence

The words “family violence”, “domestic violence”, “intimate partner violence” and “coercive control” do not appear anywhere in the Federation of Law Societies of Canada . The Code does not typically have special rules for special areas of practice, but family violence is not strictly a family law matter. Family violence can be an issue in immigration and refugee law, employment law, corporate law, criminal law, landlord-tenant law, and real estate law, to name a few.[1] When family violence is ...
Tags: UK, New York, Justice, Law, Canada, Un, Bill, Department Of Justice, Chernobyl, British Columbia, Legal Ethics, Cbc, Supreme Court of Canada, UBC, CBC News, Statistics Canada


Q&A With South Florida Hip Hop Artist R. Eddie

Yo R. Eddie!! We really appreciate your support with UGHHBLOG! You’re definitely a true stand out artist out of South Florida for 2021. Please tell us how many years you’ve been making music? For those unfamiliar, please shed some light on your background in the Hip Hop game. Please detail. Yo! I definitely appreciate being supported back by such a dope blog. I’ve been making music since I was 14 or 15 in high school and it was all those years honing my craft before I made my official debut tha...
Tags: Florida, Usa, Jazz, Eddie, Chernobyl, South Florida, Denzel Curry, Pompano, Q&A Interviews, Lauderhill, R Eddie, Mikey Moore


‘Department of Truth’ Comic Book is Getting Turned into a TV Series

If you’re sick of all the comic book movies about superheroes that dominate the blockbuster market, how about a comic book adaptation about how conspiracy theories that take hold can shape the fabric of reality? Image Comics’ Department of Truth comic book series by James Tynion IV has been picked up to be turned into a TV series by Sister, the production banner co-founded by Elisabeth Murdoch, Stacey Snider and Jane Featherstone. The Hollywood Reporter learned that Sister has landed both the...
Tags: Hollywood, London, Television, Movies, Drama, Jfk, Chernobyl, Jane Featherstone, Simmonds, Cole, AV Club, Comic Book/Superhero, Jacob Hall, James Tynion, Martin Simmonds, Elisabeth Murdoch Stacey Snider


Pedro Pascal Joins HBO’s The Last of Us Series as Joel

Pedro Pascal joins HBO’s The Last of Us series as Joel Just hours after finding its Ellie and rumors of Mahershala Ali’s casting in the role were put to bed, HBO’s The Last of Us series has found its other main lead as The Mandalorian star Pedro Pascal has signed on to star as Joel in the adaptation of the hit video game franchise, according to Deadline. RELATED: HBO’s The Last of Us Casts GOT Alum Bella Ramsey as Ellie if ( ! ezoic_test() ) { PB ...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, Mahershala Ali, United States, Chernobyl, Sony Pictures Television, Pascal, Pedro, Santa Monica, Joel, Ellie, Pedro Pascal, ComingSoon, Mazin, Frazer Harrison Getty, Druckmann


‘The Last of Us’ TV Series Will Star Pedro Pascal and Bella Ramsey

The Last of Us TV series headed to HBO has found its leads. The Mandalorian‘s Pedro Pascal will play main character Joel, while Game of Thrones breakout Bella Ramsey will play Ellie, a teenage girl Joel is protecting. The show is based on the popular, bleak video game set in a post-apocalyptic United States ravaged by “hostile humans and cannibalistic creatures infected by a mutated fungus.” Chernobyl creator Craig Mazin is writing the script with game writer Neil Druckmann. Beanpole helmer Kan...
Tags: Hbo, Television, Movies, Mahershala Ali, Casting, United States, Chernobyl, Sony Pictures Television, Ali, Video Game, Pascal, Joel, Ramsey, Ellie, Pedro Pascal, Craig Mazin


HBO’s The Last of Us Casts GOT Alum Bella Ramsey as Ellie

HBO’s The Last of Us casts GOT alum Bella Ramsey as Ellie After rumors began swirling that Mahershala Ali had been offered the lead role of Joel in HBO’s The Last of Us series adaptation, The Hollywood Reporter has brought word that while the Oscar winner will not be starring in the project, Game of Thrones alum Bella Ramsey has been cast in the coveted role of Ellie. RELATED: Kantemir Balagov Set to Helm The Last of Us Series Pilot if ( ! ezoic_test() ) { ...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, Mahershala Ali, United States, Chernobyl, Sony Pictures Television, Santa Monica, Bella, Joel, Ellie, Mazin, Druckmann, Mike Marsland, Evan Wells, Bella Ramsey, Kantemir Balagov


James Comey says the GOP needs to be 'burned down or changed,' calling the pro-Trump riot at the Capitol 'our own Chernobyl'

Former FBI Director James Comey. Alex Wong/Getty Images Former FBI Director James Comey eviscerated President Donald Trump, his supporters, and the Republican Party in an interview with The Guardian. He described the pro-Trump riot at the Capitol as the US's "Chernobyl" — referring to the 1986 nuclear accident — saying it was the result of a breakdown in the country's checks and balances caused by Trump. Comey has been forthright about the president in recent days, telling ABC News he has ...
Tags: Politics, White House, Russia, US, America, Trends, Fbi, Gop, News UK, Guardian, Capitol Hill, Republican Party, Donald Trump, Abc News, Chernobyl, Republican National Committee


‘The Capitol riot was our Chernobyl’: James Comey on Trump, the ‘pee tape’ and Clinton’s emails

The former FBI director was sickened and angered by the attack incited by the president. But has he come to terms with his part in getting him elected?As an investigator turned author, James Comey has developed a forensic eye for detail. The colour of the curtains in the Oval Office. The length of Donald Trump’s tie. Something about the US president that the camera often misses.“Donald Trump conveys a menace, a meanness in private that is not evident in most public views of him,” says Comey, a f...
Tags: US, World news, US news, Fbi, Hillary Clinton, US politics, Washington Dc, US elections 2016, Donald Trump, Chernobyl, Clinton, James Comey, Comey, McLean Virginia, US Capitol breach, Trump impeachment (2021


Nikolai Antoshkin, Commander of Helicopter Firefighting Mission Which Helped Halt Chernobyl Disaster, Dies at 78

He survived radiation as commander of the operation that extinguished the Chernobyl nuclear plant fire. He died of the coronavirus.
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