Recall that the Fukushima reactors were designed with so many redundant safety features that that they “could not” melt down.
Howard Shaffer’s dangerous fantasy of nuke plants so well designed that they can’t fail “In nuclear accident, not everyone would have to be evacuated” [Letters, Aug. 8] is no longer believed by the vast majority of people all over the world.
Your lies have been exposed, and statements of nuclear infallibility are no longer accepted.
Give it up.
Joe DeMare, Bowling Green, Ohio
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