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Experts at Wolf Creek power plant are studying what is going on right now in Japan, and that is a terrific relief to all of us who have been losing sleep over the possibility of a Kansas-syndrome event.
To be fair, the Wolf Creek officials stressed to the Associated Press this week that there’s little chance of the Kansas nuclear plant being impacted by an earthquake.
“Jenny Hageman, spokeswoman for the Wolf Creek plant, said the chance of an earthquake affecting Wolf Creek is much smaller than in Japan. Tornadoes would be more likely to hit the plant. Hageman ...


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