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Floating nuclear power plants in Russia: a threat to the Arctic, World oceans and non-proliferation
Bellona presents electronic version of the report, which analyses the environmental, economic and political consequences of the implementation of the floating nuclear power plants project by the Russian Agency of Atomic Energy.
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Originally posted by XphilesPhan
This is just great, the russians cant make safe reactors on land much less water. I think the russians drink to much vodka.
Originally posted by purelogik
this will only spell disaster when the russian hating east europeans send their boys over to "investigate" the structure ...
they better keep it in one of their landlocked lakes or seas. i dont want them contaminating my ocean.
Originally posted by johnsky
Luckily for the americans, Canada now provides the US with a huge chunk of their nuclear power. What was the latest figures? Ontario Nuclear Power plants alone power over 60% of the american eastern seaboard last I checked.
Originally posted by sardion2000
Too bad we didn't have effiecient tunneling technologies and superconducting wires, we could build 'em a mile underground,