. . . being built atop prime seismic activity real estate that could blow up to kingdom come, never mind the nuke bombs potential.
It turns out the Russians will be selling floating power plants for an affordable $336million, well within the budget of Osama and pals.
Anyway, Sergei Kiriyenko, head of Russia’s Federal Atomic Power Agency, says that
“There will be no floating Chernobyl,”
which of course is true, since once there’s a core meltdown a la Chernobyl the whole thing will sink anyway. Looking at the bright side, The Husband said, “yeah, that’ll get the fire out faster!”
Tom Clancy would agree with Sergei, who reminds us that Russia
had more experience of building nuclear submarines than any other in the world.
When they make the movie (if there’s anyone left alive enough to make movies), I hope Clive Owen gets to play the Sean Connery part
Jane asks, “336 million for a nuclear plant really is kind of cheep, but does it come with a pool?”