“After whatever disaster befalls us, being intelligent humans, we can almost always learn from it and do better in the future,” said physicist Steven C. Barrowes, Ph.D., of Radcliff. The purveyors of fear among us should heed that advice when it comes to discussing nuclear power plants in Kentucky — especially considering what happened with Japan’s nuclear reactors following the epic earthquake and tsunami that struck the country. First, let’s be clear about what did not happen in Japan.
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