“However, because of the flooding issues at Fukimashim and the Cooper Nuclear Station in Nebraska, I thought Id ask the question. Your critique of my question was uncalled-for, unwarranted, unnecessary and snarky.”
For someone who has some special concerns about power from the Indian Point plant, it does surprise me that you are not so well informed as to know the analogy to Fukishima and to its flooding is illogical with an educated understanding of the Indian Point plant and this storm.
Though my electricity does not come from Indian Point and though I do not live very near it, contending with the anti-nuclear-power wackos caused me long ago to become familiar with Indian Point and what were and were not legitimate emergency concerns about it, including what kind of weather conditions could possibly endanger it. I just assumed most people who had more intimate concerns with Indian Point would do the same. My apologies.
Apology accepted. I live in Texas and don’t know specifics about the plant other than it’s on the Hudson River and had an “historic storm” with possibly buckets and buckets of rain bearing down on it. Hence, the question.
My interest in Indian Point is related to the company that owns it, not the power it generates.