Koko: Weak Assumptions on Nuclear, Levee Designs

03 Economy, 05 Energy, 12 Water, Commercial Intelligence, Earth Intelligence

Nuclear Plants have not been designed for being flooded by tsunami nor for earthquakes of the sort anticipated in the near-term.

Levees all across America–and perhaps in other parts of the world–have not been designed for “heavy weather” of the sort that destroyed the largest “conventional” levee protecting the city of New Orleans.

This is a short-coming that will ultimately be fatal for more than one community, and it is not being corrected by anyone.

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