The Russian Government Is Planning To Fix The Chernobyl Reactor With Ramen Noodles, Per Sources

In the past several months, many YouTubers have been creating DIY-style videos showing that virtually anything can be fixed with ramen noodles. Finally, the government has caught on and they are planning to fix the blown nuclear reactor in Chernobyl with everyone’s favorite college meal.

The RBMK nuclear power reactor exploded almost 33 years ago, causing the most disastrous nuclear power plant accident in history. The city of Chernobyl and the surrounding areas are still considered too dangerous to live. The government officials have been trying to figure out exactly how to repair the ruptured reactor for years and they finally have the answer: ramen noodles.

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“It’s almost as if the answer was right in front of us all along.” said one city official. “I was really high one night and went down a YouTube rabbit-hole and found a video of a girl fixing a broken plate with ramen noodles and a lightbulb went off in my head. We finally have a real solution to fix the reactor and get it working again!”

As you can see, ramen noodles can be used to fix almost anything. In this picture, they are being used to fix pot holes somewhere in India.

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The initial plan is to drop several tons of ramen on Chernobyl from helicopters. Then, several contract workers will begin the process of repairing the reactor.

The workers have been instructed to follow a DIY YouTube tutorial and they‘ve been assured that they “probably” won’t be affected by the radiation as long as they follow all the steps in the video. Sounds promising.

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