|QUOTE (MIDEVL @ Sunday, Apr 29 2012, 09:00)|
| Are you sure it's 600 pounds?|
The Russian Federation doesn't use that monetary unit. Isn't it more likely Euros, which will need to be converted.
But good concept, I think I saw a commercial for 'Chernobyl conspiracy' out there somewhere on youtube. But yeah, it sounds reasonable along with Putin's rise to power again.
The Russian currency is still Roubles.
On topic, you seem to be stating the Soviet Union as a separate faction from the current Russian government.
| It probably has the highest radiation ever to exist on earth, so it's not like anyone but people who have access to high tech material could go there safely. For example, the Soviet Union. |
Whilst some of the members of the old Politburo may still hold a lot of power in Russia, it is extremely unlikely that they have formed a "Soviet Union" type organisation that is carrying out top secret operations without Putin's knowledge. With regards to the Soviet Union reforming, this too is very, very, very unlikely as it would in no way benefit the Russian economy at the moment (Russia being one of the BRIC nations who experienced positive GDP growth throughout the recession/credit crunch era), the US would undoubtedly step in to prevent any expansion into Eastern Europe as would the Germans and quite frankly, the Russia people would probably reject the idea renderring a communist government useless as it is based on a proletariat revolution.
You can't take some shifty goings on at Chernobyl and Pripyat and say its evidence for the reformation of the USSR, a failed state.
Re-reading your initial post, your evidence makes no sense whatsoever. I wouldn't be surprised if they are renovating the area to make it safer for researchers and possible tourists in the future.