This would be the disaster where –to the best of my knowledge- no one has been killed, hurt, maimed or otherwise offended. An event in stark contrast to the shitload of water and tectonic activity down the road. If I was one of the tens of thousands of victims of the real disaster, I’d be well hacked off by now.
Anyway, I see that HMG’s Chief Inspector of Nuclear Shit has said what everyone knows: that the UK nuclear industry's quest for safety long ago reached the point where we'd fed ourselves up our own arse that we now look at the world through our own eyes through our own eyes.
And thus safety is assured.
I am vaguely amused that all of the operators of nuclear sites had already evaluated tsunami hazard in the '70s.
Oh, and Sellafield has also considered meteorite impact.
And considered if an earthquake could move the river.
No, by the way.
Just build the fucking things already. Jesus.