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5 Examples That Prove Nuclear Power Isn’t Always Evil

Nuclear power and nuclear technology certainly do not get the respect they deserve. Especially when we’ve seen the disastrous incidents that shook Japan and Chernobyl. With threat of nuclear war looming over south Asia, it is easy to antagonize the very technology that is responsible. Nuclear power might be blamed for a variety of bad things from nuclear warheads to Godzilla.
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