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Special Report: Radiation & the Universe

Many nuclear reactors sit on fault lines or on shores at risk for tsunamis

by | July 12, 2014

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Many of the thousands of nuclear reactors in the world today were built on fault lines and ocean shores at risk for tsunamis, like Fukushima in Japan for example.

More than 90% of the reactors are also leaking but industry groups do not seem to care, even though too much radiation and the wrong types of radiation can lead to accelerated aging of our bodies or even our deaths.

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