IPCC chief Raj Patchauri claims that the 17cm sea level increase in the 20th century made the Japanese tsunami worse.
Putting a little perspective on that:
Climate Craziness of the Week: IPCC’s Pachauri claims 17cm of sea level rise made the Tsunami worse, but let’s check | Watts Up With That?
Keep in mind the tsunami took out the back up generators, not the nukes themselves. All things considered, I think the nukes did pretty damned well.
When all is said and done, we'll learn from what mistakes were made, and have the opportunity to diffuse opposition to further expansion of good nuclear power production. Weighed against oil, gas, coal, wind, and solar energy production methods, I still stand by nuclear as the way to go.
Hydrinos are more entertaining, but you'll need nukes to power your computer to watch Blacklight's latest claims.