Atomic power: China to build floating nuclear platform; Nuclear fusion technology – Compilation

1. Feb 20, 2017 — Beijing is doubling down on nuclear energy development in an effort to pump up power in the South China Sea.

2. Apr 26, 2016 — Thirty years after a botched experiment resulted in a catastrophic nuclear disaster, engineers are still working to contain the radiation.

3. May 13, 2015 — The Indian Point Energy Center in upstate New York was the site of an alarming explosion and fire Saturday evening, according to a Reuters report.

4. Dec 23, 2014 — In response to a recent hacking attack on South Korean nuclear plant operator Korea Hydro and Nuclear Power, the operator conducted a two-day safety drill at its plants throughout the country on Monday. The operator said the attack compromised ‘non-critical’ information.

5. Mar 10, 2016 — A nuclear power plant is leaking radioactive material into the water near Miami, according to a recent study published by Miami-Dade County.

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  1. China can't even make an aircraft carrier run properly. How are they going to make a nuclear ship? At least China is known for doing things right, and not cutting corners. Imagine if a company with a reputation for making cheap crap tried this.

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