NS (Nuclear Ship) Savannah, First Commercial Nuclear-Powered Cargo Vessel, Designed And Used To Dump Liquid Nuclear Waste Into Ocean, No One Wants To Pay To Dismantle Nuclear Reactors On Ships Or Subs, So They Sit And Rot In Harbors Across USA | A Green Road Journal

NS (Nuclear Ship) Savannah had to be backed into berths at harbors to keep the nuclear reactor ‘away from shore’. The Atoms For Peace nuclear ship building program proved one thing; that nuclear ships are VERY expensive and dangerous. Disastrous things can happen if things go wrong with a ship that is powered by nuclear energy. They all pose a terror risk, whether out on the ocean, or tied up near a city. No one in their right mind wants anything to do with or have it in their city, just in case something really bad goes wrong.

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