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 The name of this cliché references the conspiracy theory that the Revelation of St. John alludes to the Chernobyl catastrophe with the word "​wormwood"​ - in reality, the Ukrainian term for "​wormwood"​ is not "​chernobyl",​ but "​polyn"​. The name of this cliché references the conspiracy theory that the Revelation of St. John alludes to the Chernobyl catastrophe with the word "​wormwood"​ - in reality, the Ukrainian term for "​wormwood"​ is not "​chernobyl",​ but "​polyn"​.
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