09 Aug '11, 5am

90 Degree River Shuts Tennessee Nuclear Plant for Second Time

90 Degree River Shuts Tennessee Nuclear Plant for Second Time

As oblivious as the proverbial frogs in slowly boiling water, we are beginning to experience the seemingly benign first years of catastrophic climate change. With the temperature in the Tennessee River approaching that of a nice warm hot tub, for a second summer in a row, three Tennessee Valley Authority nuclear power plants had to shut down this week.

Full article: http://cleantechnica.com/2011/08/09/90-degree-river-shuts...

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