Infrastructure security: Don’t just sit there, do something!
Around 4am on March 28, 1979, things started to go badly wrong deep inside the bowels of reactor number two at Three Mile Island. Routine maintenance to clear a blockage inadvertently caused a pump shutdown which triggered a cascading series of failures in the critical coolant systems that kept the reactor core temperature stable. The master control panel lit up like a Christmas tree. Lights flashed, horns blared. But the crucial information needed by the … More →
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