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CNN explains the Fukushima nuclear reactor problemCNN explains the Fukushima nuclear reactor problem

Three safety systems that all failed, and a tsunami more powerful than expected. CNN describes what happened.

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Guest:  (1263 days ago)
Not entirly accurate but the best effort at explaining it on the news i've seen. Experts "THINK" a 10m high wave could have stopped a generator? You dont say!
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Not entirly accurate but the best effort at explaining it on the news i've seen. Experts "THINK" a 10m high wave could have stopped a generator? You dont say!
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Guest:  (1263 days ago)
This is why everyone should buy the CanDU reactors
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This is why everyone should buy the CanDU reactors
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TheBob TheBob (1262 days ago)
Latest comment: Or remember Murphy's law: if it can go wrong, it will. How about a) using energy that is not so catastrophic if it goes wrong and/or b) using less energy?
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Latest comment: Or remember Murphy's law: if it can go wrong, it will. How about a) using energy that is not so catastrophic if it goes wrong and/or b) using less energy?
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Guest:  (1263 days ago)
power outage in a power-plant lol
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power outage in a power-plant lol
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Guest:  (1263 days ago)
The generators were located on low ground behind a sea wall which was expected to stop any tsunamis. Yeah, right...
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The generators were located on low ground behind a sea wall which was expected to stop any tsunamis. Yeah, right...
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