Discussion in 'Science and Technology' started by Banjo, Oct 6, 2019.
I smell bullshit in the article.
"...Furthermore, floating nuclear power plants can be used on river routes, for example in Russia and throughout Asia. Some United States cities in remote areas such as Alaska might also benefit, since, until the US makes some adequate icebreakers, they would still need to ask Russia for assistance in case of crises.
The launch of the first ever floating nuclear power plant has become an important engineering breakthrough that will impact notably the energy sphere on a global scale. This technology, which could potentially provide safe and clean energy to a large part of the planet, could also be provided at an attractive price..."
Anyone remember Fukishima? That was just a couple years ago, on the ocean coast. Imagine if that were to happen "in a local river".
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