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Molten salt nuclear reactors reduce risks of accidents, meltdowns

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Photo by Brooklynn Jarvis Kelson/BYU photo

A nuclear power plant produces 8000 times more power than fossil fuels and is environmentally friendly, but when accidents do occur, they have major repercussions, such as the 1986 Chernobyl disaster. Nearly 100 people died either in the accident or through radiation sickness in the years following.

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