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It smells like nuclear end ... in Belgium!




by Christophe » 02/01/16, 21:30

After months and months of stopping (see https://www.econologie.com/forums/penurie-d- ... 13433.html ), the Belgian reactors stop after a few days of resumption of activity, it is not a Belgian joke but the sad reality of the incompetence of certain operators ... or the obsolescence of current nuclear technology too aging?

The second case occurred this evening at 2 p.m .: http://www.levif.be/actualite/belgique/ ... 46339.html

And a few days ago a fire in the other Belgian power station: http://www.rtl.be/info/belgique/societe ... 82019.aspx
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by Christophe » 03/01/16, 00:10

Big incompetences at the afp too: http://www.liberation.fr/futurs/2016/01 ... ce_1424012

4Mw plant and 40 years of continuous service of a reactor ... not really guys change jobs ...
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by simplino » 03/01/16, 00:38

Let us all pray together so that a nuclear power plant does not explode again and face evacuating an entire region like Belgium or close to Lyon !!!!
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by Christophe » 03/01/16, 13:11

Clearly! A serious nuclear accident in Belgium could wipe the country off the map ... or at least make a no-mans land of a large% of Belgian territory. But hey we are not in the USSR and the risks of tidal waves or seismic are limited all the same ...

Here we know the origin of the judgment: http://www.levif.be/actualite/belgique/ ... 46339.html

Problem with the alternator ... which is still a fairly serious breakdown ... especially for a power station coming out of 10 months of revision but good ...

Fortunately for Belgium, the climatic period is mild at the moment ...
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by Janic » 03/01/16, 17:38

it's nothing! it's just a Belgian joke with Coluche! :D
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by Christophe » 03/01/16, 18:25

No, the Belgian joke is the Minister who just said:

Look at Belgian nuclear power is safe: the proof when there is a breakdown it stops !!

Truthful!

: Cheesy:
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by Christophe » 03/01/16, 18:27

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by moinsdewatt » 03/01/16, 19:33

Christophe wrote:No, the Belgian joke is the Minister who just said:

Look at Belgian nuclear power is safe: the proof when there is a breakdown it stops !!

Truthful!

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well yes, you confuse breakdown and accident.
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by Christophe » 03/01/16, 19:39

No I'm not confusing but you're right, I should have written "reliable" for the joke :)
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