Gallery: Google Earth Reveals Glowing Green Sea Near Scottish Nuclear P...

 

2011 was not a good year for nuclear power – we saw Japan shaken by the Fukushima disaster, solar power became cheaper for the first time, and three-eyed fish were found near a nuclear plant in Argentina. Granted these events, you can imagine how heartbeats must have risen at the Nuclear Industry Association (NIA), when someone noticed that the sea around a Scottish nuclear power plant appeared to be luminous green on Google Earth.

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  1. Marie Thompson November 16, 2014 at 8:37 am

    I only live about 70 miles from this reactor and 12 miles from Torness this has always been a worry and they probably are not telling us the true story anyway they never do!

  2. injusticehere January 8, 2013 at 5:03 am

    the water used for cooling the reactor gets radiated there is no safe way of cooling reactors and never was

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