Nuclear power would get the stadium and the surrounding area. It may also better the economy due to the developing of the surrounding area. This could lead to increased ticket sales, bettering the stadium and organization behind. If that does occur, since the stadium is more fruitful, it is likely to get more improvements and, possibly, seating.probably because you're not going to set up a nuclear reactor to just power a local stadium
reminds of this nuclear plant that almost got up and running about an hour away from where i live, but then people realized that there are risks in this sort of thing.But...atomic power isn't that likely to be dangerous. Only 3 major incidents since 1979. Not too terrible, especially considering how they malfunctioned. Also, two of those three, there were no casualties directly related to the fallout.
/me sits down
We weren't given the size of the stadium. As it is a hypothetical, I hypothesize it is to power a new stadium the size of Tokyo.It's not really something you build to only power a stadium though. It's a massive undertaking, very expensive and generates enough to power cities. It would be unnecessarily grandiose.
By not answering the question?I answered it like any good politician advocating for a nuclear-powered, Tokyo-sized stadium would.
for public readings of a pebbles poetry .. Can you imagine the sound system that would be required for a stadium that size?
What the hell are you doing!?!?Undoubtedly. Wait, the sound system or your poetry?