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Nuclear Expert Arnie Gundersen, Fairewinds Energy Education: The NRC is not really telling too, too much […]

"There’s something called a PNO out, a preliminary notice of occurrence, and the NRC has said that the normal shutdown cooling and the fuel pool cooling were both lost at Oyster Creek and also that there was a loss of offsite power.

So what that means is the nuclear fuel pool started to heat up and Oyster Creek started to bring in some diesel fire pumps, apparently they got the situation rectified before turning the pumps. They were in a position where they were bringing in diesel fire pumps in order to keep the nuclear fuel pool cool because of all the problems they were having as a result of Sandy"


[link to enenews.com]
 Quoting: RadChick


it kind of makes you ponder.. we hear it know ty fuku.. what else happened since the 50's that they put to bed......
 Quoting: citizenperth


1. Rofl
2. Nearly every Accident, even when they lost a tiny Screw,
was reported to the Nuclear Agency but the People had
and have no Interest so they didn't look for it.

In a Way it is like H2G2 when the Vogons came to destroy the World
to make room for a Hyper-Space Highway,
the Humans asked, flabbergasted,
"Why you didn't told us"
and the Vogons respond that
"they done so since Thousands of Years"
but on one of the Main-Planets of the Galaxy!

You can watch nearly the whole History of Nuclear Plants (of the West but afaik not the East)
in the right Place!

Briefing on Fukushima children's thyroid screening exposes residents' dissatisfaction
Around 70 Fukushima1 residents attended the session, during which Suzuki emphasized that it was highly unlikely that thyroid cancer rates would rise at this point, and that the results for children in Fukushima Prefecture were not out of the ordinary. He also sought understanding from residents, saying that epidemiological studies on thyroid tumors in children had never before been conducted in Japan.

Some participants expressed concern that the next round of tests for children who were given a grade of A2 (having cysts 20 millimeters or smaller), comprising the second largest group of children at around 35 percent after the 65 percent who were graded A1 (having no cysts), would not be for another two years.

[link to mainichi.jp]
 
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