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Nuclear reaction

In Seabrook 30 years ago, nuclear foes raised a voice still heard today

By Steven Rosenberg
Globe Staff / April 29, 2007

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SEABROOK, N.H. -- About a mile from the Atlantic, the Seabrook Station nuclear power plant rises up from hundreds of acres of auburn clam flats. From a distance, the 6.5-foot -thick steel-reinforced concrete dome has the look of an amphitheater, but within the gray sphere atoms are split, using uranium and in the process creating enough electricity for more than ... (Full article: 1324 words)

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