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  • You didn't see graphite. You didn't! Because it's not there!

  • What? Are you suggesting the core what? Exploded?

  • Yes.

  • Sitnikov. You're a nuclear engineer, so am I. Please tell me how an RBMK reactor core explodes. Not a meltdown, an explosion. I'd love to know.

nuclear [ˈnukliə(r)]

adj. 原子核的,原子能的、[细胞]细胞核的

meltdown [ˈmɛltˌdaʊn]

n. 彻底垮台

explosion [ɪkˈsploʊʒn]

n. 爆炸,炸裂、爆发、扩张,激增、(感情,尤指愤怒的)突然爆发

  • I can't.

  • Are you stupid?

  • No.

  • Then why can't you?

  • I I don't see how it could explode. But it did.

  • Enough! I'll go up to the vent block roof. From there you can look right down into reactor Building 4. I'll see it with my own my own eyes. I apologize.

vent [vɛnt]

n. 通风孔、排气孔、(感情等的)发泄,吐露、(鸟,虫,鱼的)肛门

vt.& vi. 表达,发泄(感情,尤指愤怒)、给…开孔、放出、(通过排泄等)减轻压力

apologize [əˈpɑlədʒaɪz]

vi. 道歉,认错、辩解,辩护