It is, on a daily basis: http://query.nytimes.com/search/sitesearch?query=nuclear&srchst=cse Every 1-2 days, nuclear power and related topics make the news — its a very relevant source of energy.
The disaster in Japan does not demonstrate that nuclear power is not safe — it demonstrates that regulations are slightly looser than they should be — a nuclear power plant never should have been close enough to the coast for a tsunami to affect it. In a country Japan, that’s an inevitability, certainly, but still, more frequent safety reviews and renovations could have improved the plant’s safety. In the rest of the world, the fact remains that nuclear power, at this point, is the most prominent and developed form of alternative energy. If the long-term issue of waste isn’t answered soon, nuclear power may be eclipsed, but right now, nuclear power is very much relevant and viable.
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