They had a setup like this out at Thermo California a few years back. You could see the heat exchanger glowing like a mini sun on top of the tower. I doubt many birds will get close to it.
Since this plant sits on the edge of the Japanese Current, Any thoughts on what 200,000 gals of this stuff per day will do to the Northern Pacific and Bering Sea fisheries?
Any thoughts on how this will affect the fisheries of the Northern Pacific and Bering Sea, since the current flows directly past the plant and will pick up all 200K gallons a day they are leaking?