Hmmm …. how about: “At least 40% of American voters aren’t.”
Re. “Too bad that Summers thinks they’re a bad idea, but she’s in big (if not good) company.” Either Mr. Summers has had a gender alteration event, or his first name “Dana” is gender-ambiguous. I’m betting on ambiguous.
I suggest that nobody has a plant design that can handle a once in a millennia tsunami. The fatal decision was to ignore the known history at the Fukushima location. The reactor was designed and manufactured by General Electric Corporation. It is not clear to me who made the choice of plant location, but this would have been driven by TEPCO, the owner / operator.
Of course, there are limits to what reactor design can deal with. For example, do not, I repeat, do not locate your nuclear power plant in a historic tsunami location.
The American approach to reactor design and containment worked well, as shown by the investigations in the aftermath of Three Mile Island. It continues to work well. By comparison, Chernobyl.
Well, there is Covid 19, and then there is the President Trump fan base.
Pretty good. But, Mr. Trump would choke to death trying to say the words “I’m sorry…”.
There is a cure for President Trump disease? Wow! Let’s see …. The infection rate is something like 35% — 45%. Let’s get that remedy out to the infected public.
Mr. Kelley mostly follows orders from his owners.