Thank you for the link to the video.
On the one hand, it was seen to have been made by an American "little cheesy / film-dramatic style" but on the other hand, I liked Josh's approach to the whole thing very humanly and compassionately. Unfortunately, there are many videos on Dyatl's mystery on YouTube where moderators have fun, laugh, and videos are made more for fun and shocking viewers and lack a human approach.
Now, I'm glad there was a video where the topic is not tabloid.
The idea of testing radiation from inside the tree was good, just a pity we didn't move forward in our quest.
What surprised me was how rocky the slope was, and despite the heavy snow cover, rock stuck everywhere under the snow. I had no idea this before. Now I know how many injuries and scratches could have occurred.