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Advanced nuclear reactors no safer than conventional nuclear plants
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Byker
2021-03-22 21:45:11 UTC
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https://www.reuters.com/article/uk-usa-nuclearpower-idUSKBN2BA0CN
A new generation of so-called “advanced” nuclear power reactors
that Washington believes could help fight climate change often present
greater proliferation risks than conventional nuclear power, a science
advocacy group said on Thursday.
I hope you eco-kooks enjoy shivering in the dark:



EU in particular:

Unum
2021-03-23 00:44:01 UTC
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https://www.reuters.com/article/uk-usa-nuclearpower-idUSKBN2BA0CN
A new generation of so-called “advanced” nuclear power reactors
that Washington believes could help fight climate change often present
greater proliferation risks than conventional nuclear power, a science
advocacy group said on Thursday.
Don't worry, rooftop solar and batteries do the job just fine.
77K
2021-03-23 03:11:24 UTC
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"Advanced" designes are even LESS safe. Most run really
really hot and use liquid sodium metal as a coolant.

"Safe" is something called a "pebble bed" design. They
CAN'T melt down.

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