Nuclear plants in earthquake zones a bad idea

I’m not an opponent of nuclear power in general, but Japan’s experience should show that nuclear power plants in earthquake zones are a really bad idea.

Click on Could It Happen Here? for the original map in context.

Click on Nuclear power and earthquake zones overlap in the U.S. for separate, and more detailed, maps of nuclear facility locations and earthquake zones. [Added 3/16/11]

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One Response to “Nuclear plants in earthquake zones a bad idea”

  1. Alabama reactor same as Fukushima’s « Phil Ebersole's Blog Says:

    […] think that the United States needs nuclear power.  But it is a bad idea to operate nuclear power plants near earthquake faults, and to continue to operate poorly-maintained reactors of outdated […]

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