Radioactive pigs in Germany
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Tests in Saxony show that more than 1/3 of the wild boars gave off such high levels of radiation that they were unfit for human consumption. This is thought to be a legacy of Chernobyl. Wild boars root through the soil for food and feed on mushrooms and underground truffles. It is thought the radiation from the vegetation and ground is absorbed and stored up in the wild boars. Germany’s radioactive boar problem is not expected to go away any time soon.

  • What was the human failing and attitude that was the cause of Chernobyl?
  • Do you have the same failings?
  • Was the human failing only personal, or did it impact many others?
  • How long will the impact of this failure be felt in, days, years, or generations?
  • Both you and God want the world to be right, which of you has the power and wisdom to impact change?
  • Will you seek His guidance in helping the world?

Learn More About Chernobyl

Chernobyl Uncensored Documentary — Pripyat, Ukraine

Disaster at Chernobyl