The primary issue in Japan was that basic precautions had not been implemented in an effective manner. Given that the main concern with nuclear power over the years has been safety and that the answer to that concern has traditionally been that there are so many precautions in place that nothing can happen; in order for a sane, educated global community to move on from this would require an entirely new basis for judging the safety of nuclear establishments. I think that once some major reorganization occurs this will be possible. If older plants are put out of service and tougher standards are put in place society will eventually forget about it.
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