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Atomic Accidents, A History of Nuclear Meltdowns and Disasters: From the Ozark Mountains to Fukushima
MontBlanc promptly caught fire, and its crew abandoned ship, knowing that it was about to explode and rowing as fast as possible. ... The entire community of Richmond was obliterated, 2,000 people were killed, 9,000 injured, and the shock was felt as far away ... The following day, the remains of Halifax were buried under 16 inches of snow, complicating relief efforts. ... The most common one looks like a bratwurst—a small cylinder, rounded at both ends, with the electrically actuated ...
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From the moment radiation was discovered in the late nineteenth century, nuclear science has had a rich history of innovative scientific exploration and discovery, coupled with mistakes, accidents, and downright disasters.Mahaffey, a long-time advocate of continued nuclear research and nuclear energy, looks at each incident in turn and analyzes what happened and why, often discovering where scientists went wrong when analyzing past meltdowns.Every incident has lead to new facets in understanding about the mighty atom—and Mahaffey puts forth what the future should be for this final frontier of science that still holds so much promise.