Nuclear power evokes nightmares, but coal poses greater risks to your health

Edmonton Journal: History suggests nuclear power rarely kills and causes little illness. That's also what engineers have concluded when they model scenarios for potential accidents at nuclear facilities such as this one, the San Onofre power plant in California. Radioactive water is leaking into the sea, there's a little plutonium in the soil, and traces of nuclear fallout have been detected in places as far apart as Kuwait and Maryland. In a few parts of Japan, you're also not supposed to eat the broccoli or the......

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