The nuclear reactor safety argument

  TopCat® 22:00 27 Jul 2007
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I was rather shocked today to read click here that Estonia plan to build a nuclear power reactor under the Baltic Sea and Russia are to build several mobile floating reactors by 2010.

I must say that I have some unease over the safety implications of such projects, especially after the recent seismic 'accident' at the world's largest nuclear power reactor complex in Japan. Does anyone else have any reservations about this? TC.

  Devil Fish 22:16 27 Jul 2007

i would have to agree with your unease it think the sea is a very unpredictable and dangerous place to be placing nuclear reactors even on land they can dangerous and given russia's / the former soviet unions prior with reactor safety it doesnt inspire me with the greatest of confidence

  Devil Fish 22:18 27 Jul 2007

they can be dangerous even

  sunny staines 22:35 27 Jul 2007

france is building one in libya, look how unstable gadaffi has been in the past/

in the next ten years dozens of states will be building them.

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