Nuclear Power is safe as long as safety precautions are taken. In the case with Japan, it was not there fault; they were walking on new waters. The events that happened were caused by the earth quakes. But they had no idea of the problems they would face; in fact, nobody in the scientific world could anticipate the disaster that happened to Japan.
If we walk away from Nuclear power, then this would place a higher demand for oil-based plants. And POOF! There goes gas prices spiking to the roof again. And there goes global warming for the EPA.
I for one beleive we should build more Nuclear Power plants. But I wonder if anyone has ever thought of building them out at sea; this removes the danger from the land masses. Granted nobody would want to take a boat to work every morning. But that's just one idea out of a few that have yet to be dreamed.
Some desire wind-farmed power plants. But that requires too much land, too many air-turbines, which cannot satisfy the earths population demands for electricity. And solar panels? That's too expensive, and also requires too much land.
There's nothing wrong with Nuclear Power plants as long as they are isolated, and as long as safety measures are taken and STRICTLY enforced.
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