Nuclear Melt Downs Analysis

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nuclear meltdowns are not as horrible as you think, they are only a little horrible” Let us not forget the point that the author himself mentions twenty eight people died from acute radiation sickness, they were all firemen and power plant workers who were exposed to very high levels of radiation, the author compares this to the Piper Alpha disaster in 1988 and the author is true in the assertion that nuclear energy is obviously the safer option but we should not ignore the fact that human lives were lost none the less we must not accept nuclear power merely on the fact that it kills less people, that cannot be our standard for choosing sustainable energy sources. The author points out the possibility of developing new advanced nuclear reactors,

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