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Anti-Nuclear Power (Debate)
November 11th, 2007: the Associated Press reports (via the NY Times1) that â€œhuman error caused ... San Francisco Bayâ€™s worst oil spill in nearly two decadesâ€. September 13, 2008: the British Broadcasting Corporation reports that â€œ[h]uman error is being blamed for a train collision ... which has claimed the lives of at least 24 peopleâ€.2 April 26, 1986: Chernobyl. A Greenpeace report from April 18, 2006 dictates that the â€œfull consequences of the Chernobyl disaster could top a quarter of a million cancer cases and nearly 100,000 fatal cancers.â€4 Prior to the accident, according David R. Marples, writing for the United Nations University, Chernobyl was inhabited by ten thousand people. 93 thousand deaths and a quarter of a million cases of cancer, all caused by an accident in a district of ten thousand; nuclear power has been an opprobrium ever since, and it should continue to be one.…
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