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Pictured: the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant after it melted down and released radioactive material across Europe, making the land uninhabitable and killing countless people over decades.
Nuclear power can be clean, but it can also not be. Reactors that were designed in the twentieth century turned out to be incredibly dangerous. Some power plants based on the same technology still exist today, and if proper protocol is not followed, or if they are sabotaged, a release of immense radiation can occur. Scattered accidents have happened while generating nuclear power over the decades of its use, but they have had devastating consequences on ecosystems and human health.
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