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Re: Nuclear continues in the world




by Janic » 07/09/23, 17:32

07/09/23, 15:47
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Ah yes, sorry....If I left it at forum, it's because I don't think that the expression of my public speech goes far beyond this relatively restricted circle.
phew, fortunately for humanity, she had a narrow escape! : roll:
Contrary to your opinions which are of course widely shared throughout the world.
and even beyond, obviously! Don't you have any other bullshit in store? So obviously!

PS:
Have you ever learned about the Godwin point theory? Your propensity to evoke Hitler and Nazism all the time makes me think not....
Ah, this point Godwin prepared in all sauces by those who do not appreciate being compared to their model.
Otherwise, but you read everything wrong, I never use this name because it is only one among many, too numerous to mention, but which remains the closest model for making historical comparisons. and social. Bad luck for you if you're one of them! :(
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Re: Nuclear continues in the world




by A.D. 44 » 07/09/23, 23:09

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Re: Nuclear continues in the world




by Janic » 08/09/23, 07:35

AD 44 »07/09/23, 23:09
It has not finished continuing!
https://www.boursorama.com/bourse/actua ... 43194b2fee
one more madness, this frenzy to want self-destruction at all costs. But if this is the destiny of humanity, so be it!
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Re: Nuclear continues in the world




by sicetaitsimple » 23/10/23, 18:27

Investment of €1,7 billion by Orano in its enrichment plant in Tricastin.

https://www.usinenouvelle.com/article/p ... n.N2184703
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Re: Nuclear continues in the world




by A.D. 44 » 13/11/23, 20:14

https://www.cre.fr/actualites/la-cre-a- ... uvernement

"CRE's analyzes cover the production cost of the existing nuclear fleet, including the Flamanville 3 EPR, but not the needs relating to the financing of new nuclear reactors."

: Mrgreen: (yet we talk about jokes there until 2040...)
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Re: Nuclear continues in the world




by sicetaitsimple » 13/11/23, 20:36

AD 44 wrote:"CRE's analyzes cover the production cost of the existing nuclear fleet, including the Flamanville 3 EPR, but not the needs relating to the financing of new nuclear reactors."


Yes, when we bled a company by making it sell 1/3 (approximately) of its production to its competitors for more than 10 years at a price that did not cover its costs and without the slightest increase, we should not be surprised that this -this is a bit of a pickle...
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Re: Nuclear continues in the world




by GuyGadeboisTheBack » 13/11/23, 20:39

If she is indeed in trouble, it is not entirely because of that, far from it.
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Re: Nuclear continues in the world




by sicetaitsimple » 13/11/23, 20:56

GuyGadeboisLeRetour wrote:If she is indeed in trouble, it is not entirely because of that, far from it.

It's possible, go ahead, detail it.
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Re: Nuclear continues in the world




by A.D. 44 » 13/11/23, 21:05

Very risky investments abroad for example...

Visionary (political) choices concerning the existing tool and its replacement! A fine example of anticipation and carving up the public good.

The responsibilities are probably not all to be placed on the back of the company (far from it...)
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Re: Nuclear continues in the world




by GuyGadeboisTheBack » 13/11/23, 21:48

sicetaitsimple wrote:
GuyGadeboisLeRetour wrote:If she is indeed in trouble, it is not entirely because of that, far from it.

It's possible, go ahead, detail it.

Already done... many times, Areva's uranium mines without uranium, Superphénix l'aven, Flamanville le gouffre, maintenance, Iter, etc, etc... almost 65 billion in debt, fortunately there to the taxpayers
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