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Sat Dec 17 10:13:44 CST 2011

"safe" with "zero risk". Under that definition, I don't believe any =
technology or activity would be deemed "safe".
Jim Hardeman

>>> "Otto G. Raabe" <ograabe at> 2/17/2012 15:52 >>>

>February 17, 2012

I think the average person would want to know if it can have
catastrophic melt-down accident that would affect many people living
near the plant.

If so, the average person would perhaps not consider it to be "safe".

What about the two that were just licenses for construction in Georgia?

What is the maximum credible accident for these new power reactors?


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