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Japan's Nuclear Reactor Meltdown

At morgsatlarge there is an excellent and detailed account of the dangers posed by the nuclear reactor meltdowns following Japan's earthquake. In short, a heck of a lot better designed than Chernobyl and coping quite well with a disaster five times bigger than its design parameters. And the press have almost entirely got it wrong. Read the whole story at the above link.

A Question of Energy

This post arises from an insightful comment by Howell Clark on my previous article. His thoughts are so important I wanted to blog at the top level about them rather than bury my answer in a comment. Howell says:

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