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"The accident that brought kärnkraftsmotståndet" "Per Leander if it's incredibly unlikely the crash in Harrisburg." "This is a kulturartikel which is a

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The accident that brought kärnkraftsmotståndet
"The accident that brought kärnkraftsmotståndet"

"Per Leander if it's incredibly unlikely the crash in Harrisburg."

"This is a kulturartikel which is a part of Aftonbladet's opinionsjournalistik."

"the Film Kinasyndromet (The China syndrome) by director James Bridges was released on 16 march 1979, with Jane Fonda and Michael Douglas in the lead roles. The title refers to a possible meltdown and the film was a thriller that was about a fictional nuclear accident and the officials try to quiet down the incident."

"The u.s. nuclear lobby responded by blaming the film for being ”scare” and an attempt at ”character assassination on the entire nuclear industry”. Nuclear power was a clean and harmless source of energy, promised the man. But less than two weeks after the controversial film had gone up in the cinemas during a real nuclear accident in the united states."

"nKlockan was 03.58 on the night of Wednesday, march 28, when the alarm went off in the reactor 2 of the nuclear power plant Three mile island in the vicinity of the small city of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. A seemingly usual maintenance work had gone wrong, and the reactor began to overheat."

"the Staff in the kontrollrummen understood not what was the problem because the measuring instruments gave conflicting signals, but in the morning it was clear that it had begun to leak radioactive gas from the reactor."

"It's really scary was that the management of the company and the authorities chose not to inform the public. On the morning news it was said that there had been a minor incident in a nuclear power plant during the night, but that everything was under control."

"In fact, the continued situation to worsen in the coming days, and the risk was great for that Three mile island would suffer a meltdown or vätgasexplosion. In the worst case, hundreds of thousands of people have been killed and large parts of the northeastern united states have become uninhabitable for several decades."

"nfor finally, after five days of crisis, had in any case succeeded in cooling down the reactor. Harrisburgolyckan ended up being thereby happy. It was, to quote Tage Danielsson's classic skit about probability, ”as if you mean that what happened in Harrisburg was so incredibly unlikely, so really it has probably not happened ... What happened in Harrisburg can't happen here, because it's not even happened there, which had been much more likely, given that it was where it happened.”"

"But then Harrisburgolyckan has as well been a couple of much worse nuclear accidents in Chernobyl in 1986 and Fukushima in 2011."

"IN the united states had the accident, people realize that nuclear power was not as harmless as was said earlier. A protest movement emerged and after 1979, has, in principle, no new nuclear power plants built in the united states. Today, there are 99 active nuclear power plants in the united states, which is far fewer than the 1,000 that were planned when the nuclear industry had its heyday."

"the end of the failed reactor 2 on Three mile island has, for natural reasons, not been in use since the accident in 1979. Reactor 1 however, continue to be used by a commercial company, but is scheduled to be closed in september 2019, when the day is no longer economically viable."

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