Extreme tourism…

A nuclear power plant in the Philippines is now open to tourists, partly to pay for the costs of running a $2bn power plant that hasn’t generated a watt of electricity. The main reason it hasn’t is because it was built while Marcos was in charge, finished just after he was deposed, and because it’s right next to a fault line – wrong place, wrong time!


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I'm a physics graduate, sci-fi writer, budding game designer, and amateur human.

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