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'Fog of war' plan to protect N-plants

The German government has proposed using an instant “fog shield” to protect its vulnerable nuclear power stations from airborne terrorist attacks. The German environment ministry is considering installing special equipment around the country’s 18 nuclear power stations which would throw up a wall of artificial fog in seconds if threatened by a hijacked plane. The fog shield is supposed to disrupt a plane’s navigation equipment and hide the power station from view. Last week an environment ministry spokesman confirmed reports in the German daily Süddeutsche Zeitung that Germany’s nuclear power stations were inadequately protected from airborne suicide attacks. Full Story

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