Post here any concerns reports etc you may have for such stuff
I'll kick it off with a report from a 25 year veteran insider at San Onofre who is very very concerned about the possibility of a start up at the site
SAN DIEGO - For the first time, a source from inside the San Onofre nuclear power plant has come forward to warn that restarting the power plant is too dangerous.
"There is something grossly wrong," said the inside source, a safety engineer who worked at San Onofre and has 25 years in the nuclear field.
The source, who requested anonymity, is not alone in concerns over the safety San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station (SONGS).
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The concerns stem from inside the concrete containment walls, which house steam generators unique to the plant.
This early partial meltdown in 1959 was covered up and kept from the public for 20 years.
bionerd23 has a nice atomic channel on you tube, hour long conference at Berlin science institute in english. Goes through all forms of radiation, for the geeks. See her find a piece of tchernobyl reactor core on the ground in the exclusion zone and pick it up with bare hands?! hammer you in Japan must watch enenews.com