Lugansk – is quite large (470 thousand inhabitants) and rather industrial town in the Ukraine was known as the most uninteresting, obscure and I would even say mysterious of its regional centers – Kiev it was also known that the Muscovite Magadan. Even more mysterious, he has now become the capital of the unrecognized Luhansk people’s Republic, even in comparison with the Donetsk people’s Republic looks lost world. However, the “uninteresting” of Luhansk, the myth, the fallacy of which I understood back in 2011 when I was here for the first time and held in the Lugansk literally three hours. The story of the city and surrounding areas I have typed as much as 5 parts, and the first station, the color, the government quarter, where I was accredited, and not just small differences from LC DNR.
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How went the science with real life and it is. bumping into the other day on a forum, discussing the explosion in the intensive care unit in Lugansk, Ukraine.
Discussed, for example, one version – non-observance of safety rules of handling oxygen cylinders. First version was proposed, the type that the cylinder could hit the oil, causing the cylinder and pulled.
Here’s how it responded Zakhmatov Vladimir, doctor of technical Sciences, expert on explosions: “… to have happened and the reaction followed by an explosion of such power, you must have a fairly large amount of organic combustible material. In simple terms, you need to pour at least a canister of engine oil to start such a reaction”.
This examination was given a “classical” scientist, could not be blast away any oil on the cylinder and to the point!
And here that write on the forum .
User bender: “As a scientist-rocket scientist-chemist.
Oxygen explodes very often. Sorry. The reasons can be many. Enough, for example, in the gearbox to get the oil drops (oil hands opened the valve) and the balloon explodes. Elementary”. Continue reading “Parallel worlds”