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Mr. Vidar Kristiansen
Green Life Innovators
"Green Tech the Open Source way"
How about ultra-safe nuclear power stations instead ? Like the EPR ?
And don't mention Chernobyl. It was a crap design with an inbuilt flaw
built to satisfy political rather than safety concerns and the experiment
they were carrying out at the time was 'illegal'. Plus it had NO
containment building. OOPS !
TMI killed no-one.
What does EPR stand for?? I googled for the term but found nothing
that seemed relevant to nuclear power