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Interesting map showing how the Fukushima disaster has affected nuclear policy around the globe.

Note the number of planned nuclear reactors China and India have on the books.

http://spectrum.ieee...fukushima-world
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Interesting map showing how the Fukushima disaster has affected nuclear policy around the globe.

Note the number of planned nuclear reactors China and India have on the books.

http://spectrum.ieee...fukushima-world

What a weird combination of nice, clear graphics and totally messed-up geography (Mercator continents arranged randomly on the desktop...) Aiee! Like a library where they decided to shelve A-F alphabetically, then jump to T-Z, then back to O-S...

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Interesting infographics. Gives a good picture of our 'nuclear' world.

Not sure why Iran, Armenia, Turkey, Israel, Jordan and the United Arab Emirates are depicted with Africa?

Thanks for sharing.

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A case of cheaper not to hire a cartographer? Or even a graphic designer?

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