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Windscale 1957 pp 154-160 | Cite as

Postscript

  • Lorna Arnold

Abstract

Thirty-five or so years after the Windscale accident its exact initiating cause remains uncertain, as appeared from Chapter 8. More, and conclusive, evidence may be found when the planned dismantling of the two piles is completed. The accident was almost certainly inevitable. It was undoubtedly salutary, and its ill-effects were very much less than they might have been. It was, fortuitously, timely. It marked the end of an era.

Keywords

Nuclear Accident Defence Programme Wind Scale Radioactive Waste Repository Pile Core 
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Notes and References

  1. 7.
    M. Gowing, Independence and Deterrence: Britain and Atomic Energy 1945–1952 (Macmillan 1974), vol. 1, p. 229.Google Scholar

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© The United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority 1992

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  • Lorna Arnold

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