Officials believe that the probability of a major accident at a nuclear plant is so small that we should not expect a failure for hundreds of years. However, three such failures occurred within about

Officials believe that the probability of a major accident at a nuclear plant is so small that we should not expect a failure for hundreds of years. However, three such failures occurred within about 25 years— Fukushima, Chernobyl, and Three Mile Island. How could the estimates be wrong?

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