notes.husk.org. scribblings by Paul Mison.

2012-04-25

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National Geographic: Is Armenia’s Nuclear Plant the World’s Most Dangerous? (via):

The Metsamor power station is one of a mere handful of remaining nuclear reactors of its kind that were built without primary containment structures. All five of these first-generation water-moderated Soviet units are past or near their original retirement ages, but one salient fact sets Armenia’s reactor apart from the four in Russia.
Metsamor lies on some of Earth’s most earthquake-prone terrain.

(I note the article carries lots of advertising for an oil company. Hmm.)

National Geographic: Is Armenia’s Nuclear Plant the World’s Most Dangerous? (via):

The Metsamor power station is one of a mere handful of remaining nuclear reactors of its kind that were built without primary containment structures. All five of these first-generation water-moderated Soviet units are past or near their original retirement ages, but one salient fact sets Armenia’s reactor apart from the four in Russia.

Metsamor lies on some of Earth’s most earthquake-prone terrain.

(I note the article carries lots of advertising for an oil company. Hmm.)

(Source: google.com)

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Three Mile Island, circa 1980, from Postcards of Mushroom Clouds at Slate.

Three Mile Island, circa 1980, from Postcards of Mushroom Clouds at Slate.

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