The plants at Fukushima exceeded design capability, the problems were caused by operator error, something Tepco has admitted to.<quoted text>Right. Fukushima is a great example of what nuclear can do.
And look where a host of them are located... in the Ohio valley area of the US.
Fukushima was "prepared" for an earthquake and tidal wave.
I wonder what an earthquake would do in the Ohio Valley?
Next generation designs rely even less on operator interference.
In the end, one person was killed by the [intentional] accident at Fukushima and that death was from falling debris.
How many coal miners were killed in that accident a couple of years ago? Where was that again?