That's not true though Johnny, is it.
Well not compared to some people that post here however excessive alcohol consumption over the years does pickle the brain and liver doesn't it.
- that coal burning power stations killed far more people than any nuclear power plants have,
I'm not to sure about that one either Doug.
Michigan had one of the first nuclear power plants in the U.S. (60 years ago and since has been decommissioned) located right on Lake Michigan and the county down wind of it had the highest cancer rate in the State of Michigan while it was in operation.
Of course try to prove the connection.
The water that was used to cool down the reactors was discharged back out into Lake Michigan 24/7/365 almost boiling hot killing thousands of fish.
(I wonder what they did with the spent nuclear fuel rods that glow for a 100 years or more.)