This 'Stranger Things' and Chernobyl Crossover Conspiracy Might Be Real
But we really, really hope it isn't.
What the Russian Media Thinks of HBO's 'Chernobyl'
"The producers probably think the audience are a bunch of illiterate, stupid idiots who won't ask any questions."
I Lived in Chernobyl to See if Nuclear Fallout Makes Fungus Grow Better
It helped me to redefine Chernobyl as healthy. Not thriving, but a place with a community.
Russia Is Making Its Own 'Chernobyl' Blaming America for the Whole Thing
Their version is apparently based on a conspiracy theory that says the CIA did it.
Why Hundreds of Thousands of Women Ended Their Pregnancies After Chernobyl
Misinformation, "radiophobia" and fear of birth defects led to hundreds of thousands of abortions after the nuclear disaster.
Why the Chernobyl Nuclear Reactor Exploded
HBO's 'Chernobyl' is a story about political power, not the dangers of nuclear energy, and it's important to know what really happened.
Could Another Chernobyl Happen Today? Absolutely
HBO's 'Chernobyl' is hellish. But with renewables still lagging far behind, nuclear power is our best hope for low-carbon energy in the near term.
All the Random, Interesting Things You Need to Know About ‘Chernobyl’ Before the Finale
Viral tweet threads, a connection to 'The Hangover Part III' and, of course, memes.
Craig Mazin's Years-Long Obsession with Making 'Chernobyl' Terrifyingly Accurate
"We had a general standing philosophy from the beginning, which was: Accuracy is everything to us."
'Chernobyl' Brings the Horror of the Nuclear Disaster to Life
HBO’s new miniseries is an exploration of the horrors of nuclear energy and bureaucratic incompetence.
Remembering Vladimir Rodionovich Klitschko, Father To Champions and Casualty Of Chernobyl
While the Klitschko brothers are household names, far fewer people know about the exploits of their father. Not only did he raise two legends of boxing, he also bore witness to one of the most famous disasters in human history.
What Life Looks Like for People Living in Chernobyl's Nuclear Exclusion Zone
Visiting the "Samosely", the 140 settlers surviving on crops cultivated in contaminated soil.