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Nuke power deadliest, costliest form of energy on record

The Dirt on Nuclear Power

By Benjamin Sovacool
Project Syndicate

Not counting the Fukushima catastrophe, there has been more than one nuclear incident and $330 million in damage every year, on average, for the past three decades, writes Dr Benjamin Sovacool.

Japan’s nuclear crisis is a nightmare, but it is not an anomaly. In fact, it is only the latest in a long line of nuclear accidents involving meltdowns, explosions, fires, and loss of coolant – accidents that have occurred during both normal operation and emergency conditions, such as droughts and earthquakes.

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Human embryos likely bioaccumulating radioactive iodine, cesium, and strontium says former Harvard Med School physician

There is no ‘safe’ exposure to radiation

By Brian Moench
Salt Lake Tribune

Radiation from Japan is now detectable in the atmosphere, rain water and food chain in North America. Fukushima reactors are still out of control and hold 10 times more nuclear fuel than there was at Chernobyl, thousands of times more than the bomb dropped on Hiroshima. The official refrain is, “No worries here, perfectly harmless.” Our best scientists of the previous century would be rolling over in their graves.

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