Japan has finally figured out that while you can’t get reliable power from the wind or the sun, you can get power out of a stone, if that stone happens to be radioactive. Japan restarts nuclear reactor
On Thursday, Kyushu Electric Power restarted a second reactor at the Sendai nuclear power plant on the island of Kyushu, located 1,000 kilometers (620 miles) southwest of Tokyo
And they aren’t alone. World-wide, something on the order of seventy (70) nuclear reactors are under construction.
About 100 protestors opposing the restart gathered outside of the Sendai nuclear power plant, chanting slogans.
Wow. 100 protesters. What a turnout!