More trouble for flooded nuclear reactors in Nebraska
As bad news continues to come in from Japan’s nuclear meltdown at Fukushima, a similar situation may be beginning on our own shores. Two nuclear reactors in Nebraska are threatened by floodwaters… and while officials keep insisting there’s no danger and everything is under control, that’s not exactly reassuring.
Especially since one of their control systems collapsed over the weekend.
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