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“Something grossly wrong” at California nuclear plant — Fears for his safety — Potential reactor meltdown if restarted (VIDEO)

 
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“Something grossly wrong” at California nuclear plant — Fears for his safety — Potential reactor meltdown if restarted (VIDEO)
"There is something grossly wrong,"
Team 10 obtained an internal safety report that states in part:

With both units in shutdown due to leaks in the Steam Generator tubes, SONGS Senior Management attention is focused on resolving this problem and seeking NRC’s permission to restart the units. With SONGS under NRC, INPO, NOB, Public and Media scrutiny, Station cannot afford the luxury of dealing with adverse performance and publicity in Emergency Preparedness caused by declining SONGS Drill/Exercise Performance (DEP) indicator metric.

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"There is something grossly wrong,"
Team 10 obtained an internal safety report that states in part:

With both units in shutdown due to leaks in the Steam Generator tubes, SONGS Senior Management attention is focused on resolving this problem and seeking NRC’s permission to restart the units. With SONGS under NRC, INPO, NOB, Public and Media scrutiny, Station cannot afford the luxury of dealing with adverse performance and publicity in Emergency Preparedness caused by declining SONGS Drill/Exercise Performance (DEP) indicator metric.

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 Quoting: KonaCoffee


Today there is supposed to be a 'Nuclear incident drill' in LA. And a ' Zombie/ Alien invasion drill' in Idaho.
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Re: “Something grossly wrong” at California nuclear plant — Fears for his safety — Potential reactor meltdown if restarted (VIDEO)
Think about what would happen if a major eq hits California...

Nuclear hell storm
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Think about what would happen if a major eq hits California...

Nuclear hell storm
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Not if! When!
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Naw, just part of the act
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This is absolutely unacceptable. They should not even be considering restarting reactors that don't have the ability to cool it's self. That is unless they are trying to create another Chernobyl. All it takes is one fuck up by a Reactor Operator shimming rods out to far and creating to much positive power generation to send the reactor into a prompt-critical state. If that happens, which is much more likely with a minimum 17% reduction in cooling potential, your looking at killing most people within a 15 mile radius of the area. Not to mention the millions of others from the fallout, cause the jet stream at the moment runs right through the middle of most of the U.S...I can't even being to imagine now bad this could get. It makes me sick, and just so you know if this "event" happens I urge everyone to check wind patterns and get out of any potential fallout areas that could occur throughout the confidential United States and various other regions of the world.
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Ah, it only California, who cares. That hell-hole needs to seperate from the US in case their RETARDEDNESS is contagious...

And for that day, good riddance to them Tards of California and their Tard politians, traitors and illegals. Sewage land hell-hole full of degenerates... good riddance.
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Not to mention how the overseer of nuclear things was killed in a plane crash a week ago. Or that shortwave radio are blowing up with EAMs.

According to the LA Nuke Facebook page, the time is 5:00, there was an update. Someone said there was a radiation drill planned, but no source.


And why again do people hate California? I understand people are sometimes shallow bigots here, but there are a lot of good people too.
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Nuclear power at Diablo
Just 130 miles from Ventura, along the pristine coastline near San Luis Obispo at Avila Beach, lie two reactors above the cliffs of Devil’s Canyon, an old Indian burial site. It is now PG&E’s Diablo Canyon Nuclear Power Plant.

In a devil’s tale, the local Indian tribes were the first to put up a fight against the plant, declaring that the spirits of their ancestors were being violated.

Fault lines
At the end of the 10-day civil disobedience, an engineer discovered a mirror image reversal in the seismic blueprints. PG&E had built one of its Diablo reactors backwards. The NRC (Nuclear Regulatory Commission) approved the plant anyway.

Yet, in spite of past errors, for 26 years, similar to the history at Fukushima, there have been only minor problems mentioned at Diablo, with the utility claiming there are no safety or health risks. And thus far, things have gone well, and catastrophes averted — Or have near misses been swept under the rug, just as they were in Japan?

In 2007, a new fault system was discovered, the Shoreline Fault, just a mile off shore from the Diablo plant, making a tsunami a greater possibility.

During the licensing process, PG&E bought up Shell’s geological survey, perhaps to keep the public from knowing about the Hosgri faultline.

The Hosgri fault system had already produced an earthquake of 7.1 magnitude, more than Diablo Canyon was designed to withstand. It was only after a geologist exposed the danger of the Hosgri, that the utility agreed to reinforce the plant.

Another geological study showed that the Hosgri is connected to the San Andreas fault, and some geologists have estimated the Hosgri is now capable of an 8.7 jolt, about 12 times more powerful than the current strength of the rebuilt reactors. The Hosgri fault is just two and a half miles from the Diablo plant.

In February 2010, legislators asked PG&E for “seismic accounting,” as the three nearby faults have shattered bedrock around the Diablo facility.

Photographs taken show irrefutable damage.

Complete seismic studies have yet to be done.
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Not to mention how the overseer of nuclear things was killed in a plane crash a week ago. Or that shortwave radio are blowing up with EAMs.

According to the LA Nuke Facebook page, the time is 5:00, there was an update. Someone said there was a radiation drill planned, but no source.


And why again do people hate California? I understand people are sometimes shallow bigots here, but there are a lot of good people too.
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I'm listening to that now and about 20 minutes ago I could swear I heard, "Code Pacific."

Thread: They just shot out some data stream on 8992.00 (Page 7)
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Diablo’s hazardous spent-fuel pools
At Fukushima, the spent fuel pools lit the snowy sky like firestorms in the night. All six pools held radioactive waste, although, four years earlier, the waste had been transported to the breeder facility to be used for making MOX fuel.

Fortunately, the pools were not full when the earthquake and tsunami hit.

At Diablo, spent-fuel pools may pose more of a threat than earthquake uncertainties. Spent fuel has been stored at the two reactors since 1985. It has been accumulating, at 2,000 tons per year, and the waste continues to mount, never having been removed from the Diablo site. The amount of spent fuel, or nuclear waste, at Diablo is nearly 10 times the amount that was at the Fukushima site, or the equivalent of 60 Hiroshima bombs.

In a recent report to the L.A. Times, Robert Alvarez, past secretary and deputy assistant to the Department of Energy, cites Brookhaven findings done for the NRC. They demonstrate that if spent-fuel pools catch fire, 188 square miles will be rendered uninhabitable, and cancer fatalities will number 28,000, along with $59 billion in property damage.

Alvarez points out that spent-fuel waste is more vulnerable because it is stored in open air, away from the facility, and is without the same safety backup systems and monitoring available on site. “And instrumentation is lacking to keep the water levels in pools.” The nuclear waste must be submerged in water, if it is to continue to be cooled.

By law, nuclear power plants have only limited liability insurance, limited to $1.2 billion. The state of California could stand to lose most of that $59 billion (property damage) in a catastrophic accident, if the spent fuel catches fire.

And because the fuel is open to air, it is also the target of terrorists. Planes flying along the coast could cause damage to the spent-fuel storage ponds and cause a major disaster.
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Damn glad this isn't Diablo Canyon, I live pretty close to it. Doesn't get mentioned much around here a scary thing for a poorly placed and built nuclear power plant.

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Goddamn, the source says he is anon because he "Fears for his safety", now, that's quite interesting.

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Goddamn, the source says he is anon because he "Fears for his safety", now, that's quite interesting.

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totally agree. hiding
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Goddamn, the source says he is anon because he "Fears for his safety", now, that's quite interesting.

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totally agree. hiding
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Yes, if any nuclear disaster ever happens in the USA odds are much more likely or not that the powers that be caused it to happen.
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Goddamn, the source says he is anon because he "Fears for his safety", now, that's quite interesting.

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totally agree. hiding
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Yes, if any nuclear disaster ever happens in the USA odds are much more likely or not that the powers that be caused it to happen.
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or simply allowed it.
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