Where nuclear reactors should learn to fly: Inside the EBR-I Nuclear Power Plant Idaho

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    koenau

    Published on Mar 12, 2020
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    Four light bulbs shone a light on the 20th December nearly 71 years ago, marking the beginning of the atomic age. Four light bulbs that converted electric current into light, which the Experimental Breeder Reactor I (EBR-I) at the Idaho National Laboratory had produced. The first atomic electricity in world history, which was still a long way from a fear of atoms, Chernobyl and Fukushima that was cultivated like a blow-dried hairdo. Read more about this strange shed with his atomic soul: https://travelfeed.io/@koenau/inside-the-first-reactor-an-altar-for-the-atomic-era

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