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    Default Nuclear plants in Japan risk meltdown

    I'm getting a little bit worried about this.

    It seems the TPRs risk kicking in, releasing vapor, and the pressure is rising from inadequate coolant being pumped (because there is no power).

    Now I wouldn't buy a Japanese toilet (I own a Cadet 3) and I figure their nuclear reactors might not be much better. Why couldn't they have gone with installing the Bradfords instead, like we keep telling people?

    But, seriously, I hope they get this one under control else all of you West of the Rockies had best come stay with me!
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