We are just week away from the 32nd anniversary of that world’s deadliest technological nuclear disaster. On April 26th 1986 the reactor number 4 at the Chernobyl atomic plant went apart as a result of mishandling by the reactor staff. However, the RBMK graphite-moderated soviet reactor itself was far from safe under certain (theoretical) operational conditions. At the proximity of the USSR bosses’-beloved holiday of the 1st of May the yellow jersey (red flag for labor leadership) was by coincidence held by the potentially world’s largest nuclear plant at the Chernobyl, and the chief director and operators staff were urged upon the new experimental achievements, which could raise up the bar in soviet atomic industry. Thus, the Soviet government ordered to proceed with secret experiment, so that even the chief engineer of the plant was not informed of it (!!) and was never summoned to that night shift.