Nuclear ‘Power Balls’ May Make Meltdowns a Thing of the Past

The basic idea behind all nuclear power plants is the same: convert the heat created by nuclear fission into electricity. A nuclear reactor works best when the core is really hot, but if it gets too hot it will cause meltdown and the environment will get poisoned and people may die and it takes billions of dollars to clean up the mess.
Read more at Wired…

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