First 1986, second 2011, so next in 2036? Just statistics.NotRexButCaesar wrote: ↑Fri Apr 02, 2021 7:39 pmWhy do you estimate that these happen once every 30 years? Fukushima was predicted to fail in the reference earthquake and Chernobyl was an experiment with something like 30(?) individual warnings ignored.jodokus31 wrote: ↑Thu Apr 01, 2021 9:02 amRegarding Atomic plant "least polluting/most efficient". You produce waste product, which have to be shut away for the next hundreds/thousands of years. Does the company care about it?
Also, if worst case scenario happens like Fukushima/Chernobyl (so statistically once in ~30 years) its polluting like crazy. Can you estimate, how long those ruins will remain?
I don’t think nuclear waste storage is a problem now or likely to become a big problem in the near future.
OK, let's all go to the bank and fetch our money in printed notes...
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