The So-called-Feisty-Little-Engine-That-Can U.S. Nuclear Industry Tall Tales of Unfair Woe -- You can always count on Joe -- ain't it grand?
U.S. Nuclear Industry Faces New Uncertainty
“I think it calls on us here in the U.S., naturally, not to stop building nuclear power plants but to put the brakes on right now until we understand the ramifications of what’s happened in Japan,” Senator Joseph I. Lieberman, independent of Connecticut and one of the Senate’s leading voices on energy, said on CBS’s “Face the Nation.”Also like this:
Japanese Crisis Only The Latest Hurdle For U.S. Nuclear Industry
Some experts suggested the situation in Japan, while alarming, should not be used as an argument against expanded nuclear power in the United States, because of differences in geography -- Japan is more vulnerable to major earthquakes and tsunamis.
"Unfortunately, we have a habit of not putting things into perspective," said Remick, the former member of the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission. "So I think it will result in an overreaction."Why is the reportage tilted to the perceptions of how badly this is hurting the poor nuclear
O, I forgot: earthquakes, tsunamis, carelessness, sabotage won't, don't, can't happen HERE in Exceptionalist States of America.