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Brit Hume Shrugs Off Oil Spill: ‘Where Is The Oil?’

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Bit odd, what purpose does it serve?

A lot of people lost a lot of money when this happened:

Towards the end of the 1970s the shrinking flow of nuclear power orders in the USA dried up completely, and it has not revived. The most obvious cause was the Three Mile Island accident on 28 March 1979, the first major accident at a civilian nuclear power station. The psychological effect on the population in the neighbourhood, and eventually throughout the Western world, was immense. So was the damage to the plant itself and to the reputation of the nuclear power industry.

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