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Mar 21, 2011

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A nuclear power plant in the trendy high streets of Shibuya would be the equivalent of a nuclear power plant in London's West End. So it seems unlikely.

Yet there was a nuclear reactor in the 17th century buildings of the Royal Naval College in the centre of Greenwich until the mid-90s, about which neither the nearby residents nor the many thousands of tourists who visited the World Heritage Site knew.

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/home-news/jason-casts-a-cloud-over-naval-college-sale-1578790.html

So unlikely, but not improbable.

Is the one labelled "Sendai" right? I have very little knowledge of Japan or Nuclear power stations, but I've watched the news occasionally and the city of Sendai seemed to be directly in the path of the tsunami which came from the North East.

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