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View Christophe » 19/03/13, 10:06

Hey, that was a joke, huh ...

: Shock:
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View bamboo » 19/03/13, 10:09

OKAY.
It's just that there are some people who will not understand ...
I remember at school I was told that a nuclear power station was not dangerous because the chain reaction stops automatically in case of concern (implied, there is nothing else to do).
While we still have to deal with it for years ...
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View Christophe » 19/03/13, 10:14

Well, we've talked about it a lot on the dedicated topic at the accident in Fukushima but I think you were not too present on the forum at this moment...
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View bamboo » 19/03/13, 10:17

Christophe wrote:Well, we've talked about it a lot on the dedicated topic at the accident in Fukushima but I think you were not too present on the forum at this moment...

If, I had seen this thread, but no need to participate since everything had been said. 8)
But people who read a new thread do not necessarily read old ones.

By the way: I said, on this old thread, that the Japanese would not let go nuclear as easily as that ... And I was unfortunately right ... :?
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View the middle » 20/03/13, 07:30

bamboo wrote:Fukushima, it's not over!

http://www.francetvinfo.fr/panne-de-cou ... 84203.html

They were brutally cut off Monday night after a power failure of unexplained origin at the Fukushima Daiichi power station

But who cares?
There is always an explanation for a power failure!
http://www.lemonde.fr/japon/article/201 ... 92975.html
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View Gaston » 20/03/13, 10:16

lejustemilieu wrote:But who cares?
There is always an explanation for a power failure!
As long as it is not repaired, we do not usually know the cause ...
And once it is repaired, the journalists will not get tired to change the beginning of the article since it does not interest anybody any more : Mrgreen:
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View the middle » 20/03/13, 10:33

No electricity?
They did not deliver new generators?
All this information is anything.
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View Gaston » 20/03/13, 10:38

lejustemilieu wrote:No electricity?
They did not deliver new generators?
A generator is useless if a switchboard is shorted.

lejustemilieu wrote:All this information is anything.
It is true that we privilege the sensational at the expense of the bottom.
The real information would be to tell us what caused the failure and what actions were taken to mitigate ... but it does not interest enough people :?
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View culbuto » 20/03/13, 19:58

a beast that crunches a thread and the thing can we fart in the face, it's beautiful technique anyway ....... we could send them a stock of glue and cats with some backup generators can be ? : Cheesy:
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