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...Data about nuclear power and nuclear waste Nuclear Power Station Cooper USA
       Cooper Nuclear Power Station 'Cooper Nuclear Power Plant' in the US state of Nebraska is a nuclear power station that has a net capacity of 774 megawatts and a gross capacity of 805 megawatts. Until the beginning of February 2015, it has provided approximately 192,000 gigawatt hours of electricity. It generates 215 kilowatt hours of electrical energy per second.
                 Radioactive Waste  Every kilowatt hour of electricity generated creates 0.3 milligrams of radioactive nuclear waste. Of these, about 2,000 becquerels can be released into the air in the form of radioactive noble gases; tritium and iodine-131. Total output per kilowatt hour is at least 1.1 billion becquerels, while 600 becquerels could contaminate about 1833 tonnes of food. In the long term, this absorbed radiation dose would be fatal to 1,200 people. The counter for "lethal radiation doses" should be higher by many factors as radioactive substances do not dissolve after the death of a human being, but remain radioactive in other environmental systems for thousands of years. Every hour, another 231 grams of new nuclear waste is produced that must be stored safely for millions of years. Every day, the atomic pile produces radioactive waste that could kill all seven billion people in the world more than two times!
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Newly-formed radioactive waste could potentially kill millions of people: