The king hit delivered by mother nature against Japan has been almost incomprehensible. The devastation is truly tragic. I don't want to focus on that though, but feel free to start another thread. What I'm interested in in this thread is that the disaster has reignited the Nuclear power debate. All the fail safes and redundant systems didn't perfectly survive the king hit. Two reactors are in a bad way. One has experienced two explosions (I might have the details wrong, but there's been reports of two explosions) and is threatening to lose containment. Two partial meltdowns have been reported. Given the predictions of impending doom and loss of containment, has this kiboshed nuclear power for the foreseeable future?