The earthquake and the tsunami have created potential meltdowns at nuclear power plants on the shores of northeastern Japan. That's raised questions about the two big nuclear plants on the shores of California. Are they earthquake-safe? Should they be re-licensed to run decades longer than originally planned? We know we're in earthquake country, but what parts of Southern California are also vulnerable to tsunamis? Are warning systems in place? On our rebroadcast of today's To the Point, disaster and recovery in Japan.
Banner image of Diablo Canyon Nuclear Power Plant: emdot/Flickr