In light of the danger of a meltdown at a nuclear power plant in Japan — following last week's earthquake and tsunami — questions are being raised about the safety of American nuclear facilities. Could power plants along the coast of California, for instance, withstand a similar quake? Host Michele Norris talks with Richard Denning, professor in the Nuclear Engineering Program at The Ohio State University.
Could U.S. Power Plants Withstand A Similar Quake?
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