Meltdown-or-Not Future for Nuclear Seen in Diminutive Reactors

April 13 (Bloomberg) -- Nuclear engineer Jose Reyes jolted awake at 4:45 a.m. on March 11 when his son called to warn him that a massive earthquake had rocked Japan and unleashed a tsunami. Giant waves were heading for the Oregon coast, about an hour from Reyes’s Corvallis office.

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