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Ex-GE Engineer Highlights Critical Fukushima Reactor Design Flaw

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Published on Mar 8, 2013

In 1971, General Electric designed, built and delivered the first, now-exploded, Mark 1 reactor at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant and that design was also used for four of the other five reactors.

Whistleblower Dale Bridenbaugh, a former engineer for GE, exposed a critical flaw in the
reactor design that was so bad, he recommended all Mark 1 reactors be shut
down to repair them. This didn't happen. Then, as now, profits and
protection of nuclear business were put ahead of safety and the
protection of people.

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