Nuclear Power's People Problem: How We Contributed To The Fukushima Crisis

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Nuclear Power's People Problem: How We Contributed To The Fukushima Crisis

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Nuclear power, the ability to harness the titanic amounts of energy released when one atom splits into two, is the most important breakthrough in the history of energy technology. But the institutions people have put in place used to manage nuclear power plants have proven to be more effective at reaping the rewards than reducing the risks of nuclear power, says Forbes magazine.

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