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    Quote Originally Posted by helge View Post
    Harry has a habit of digging holes deeper, so don't expect too much.

    Actually he's a little China-Syndrome to be

    Very nasty of you, Listerman, to know what you are talking about
    Indeed.
    ....and even more commonplace for Harry not to connect with these deluded holes that he creates.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sabang View Post
    Lets see what the IAEA has to say-


    China Informs IAEA that Taishan NPP is in Normal Condition, Says No Radiation Release or Environmental Concern


    The China Atomic Energy Authority (CAEA) updated the IAEA today about an issue at the Taishan Nuclear Power Plant (NPP). CAEA said the plant is in normal condition and that operational safety is guaranteed. Unit 1 of the plant recently experienced a minor fuel rod cladding failure, which resulted in increased radioactivity in the unitís primary reactor coolant, it said. CAEA said that this situation, as a common phenomenon in NPP operations, is dealt with in accordance with accepted standards and procedures. According to on-site monitoring and an expert assessment, the unitís performance indicators, including the radioactivity of the primary reactor coolant, remain within the range of normal conditions and technical specifications, CAEA said. It also said the reactor unitís coolant system pressure boundary is intact and that containment integrity is maintained. Continuous environmental radiation monitoring confirms that there has been no radiation release and that there is no environmental concern, CAEA said. The IAEA remains in contact with CAEA.

    China Informs IAEA that Taishan NPP is in Normal Condition, Says No Radiation Release or Environmental Concern | IAEA


    Nothing to see here then.
    Chinky SOP for the ones that don't get it.

    1. Get a problem with a nuclear reactor
    2. Turn down the detectors so you don't have to do anything about it
    3. Find out someone has snitched on you and panic
    4. Fix the problem
    5. Announce that there is no problem

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    Quote Originally Posted by sabang View Post
    Chinas answer to carbon emissions and global warming is to go full nuke.
    In the absence of alternatives, I don't have a problem with it IF they follow the expected protocols for reporting and fixing problems.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HuangLao View Post
    Indeed.
    ....and even more commonplace for Harry not to connect with these deluded holes that he creates.
    Awwwwwwww Jeff, still smarting because you didn't know about the restaurant alcohol ban?

    Don't worry, everyone already knew you were a fraud.


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    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda View Post
    , everyone already knew you were a fraud.
    Not everyone

    China's Nuclear Power-1_7csg2njpxrpaholcp6ieoa-jpeg


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    Quote Originally Posted by HuangLao View Post
    Indeed.
    ....and even more commonplace for Harry not to connect with these deluded holes that he creates.
    China's Nuclear Power-holes-digging-holes-gif

    He's busy

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    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda View Post
    Awwwwwwww Jeff, still smarting because you didn't know about the restaurant alcohol ban?
    I believe the original touched upon subject matter in question was if alcohol was being taken [or not] general - not just the curtailing in restaurants, which is well understood, a brief deluded debate in which you lost.
    Oh well.....can't win 'em all, can we.
    Last edited by HuangLao; 20-06-2021 at 10:26 PM.

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    Having a brew at home with neighbours is maybe not his way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda View Post
    1. It's Framatome not Framatom.
    You should take some of your own advice and likewise refrain from making pedantic comments.

    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda View Post

    2. "after a French company that part owns and helps operate it warned of an "imminent radiological threat"
    According to an industry news publication that is not the case, the contract covers nuclear plant outage and maintenance work, including spare parts supply and engineering services for eight years.

    Framatome contracted for Taishan EPR services : Corporate - World Nuclear News

    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda View Post


    The reason they brought it to the attention of a third party is because our chinky friends tried to cover it up and raised safety thresholds around the plant - not the actions of a transparent body.
    The press release on their own website makes no mention of that.

    https://www.framatome.com/EN/busines...-number-1.html

    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda View Post

    Why are you so forgiving that they would try and cover things up AGAIN?
    Just as you offer an opinion on the situation. I choose to do likewise.

    However, once you understand that the Media (in this case CNN) are not above manipulating events to suit there own ends. Then I have come to understand that it is not what they tell you, it is what they choose not to tell you that is important.

    Compare and contrast the statement that started this all off 'imminent radiological threat' which Framatome supposedly gave to CNN, and the press release on their own website which I have linked to.

    Furthermore in the Framatome website press release, I see no mention of raising the RA alert levels in the immediate area around the reactor site.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HuangLao View Post
    I believe the original touched upon subject matter in question was if alcohol was being taken [or not] general - not just the curtailing in restaurants, which is well understood, a brief deluded debate in which you lost.
    Oh well.....can't win 'em all, can we.

    Perhaps you should go back and re-read the posts you iilliterate charlatan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Listerman View Post
    Furthermore in the Framatome website press release, I see no mention of raising the RA alert levels in the immediate area around the reactor site.
    I expect sloppy comprehension skills from Jeff, but really...

    The warning included an accusation that the Chinese safety authority was raising the acceptable limits for radiation detection outside the Taishan Nuclear Power Plant in Guangdong province in order to avoid having to shut it down, according to a letter from the French company to the US Department of Energy obtained by CNN.
    It's also a common hoohoo trick to say "I have read something different and it says something different", usually some chinky government propaganda.

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    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda View Post
    obtained by CNN.
    One looks forward to you posting the announcement, from the CEO of the unnamed

    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda View Post
    French company
    that your posted CNN's sentence relies on.

    Thus confirming CNN's allegation.

    Last edited by OhOh; 21-06-2021 at 09:20 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda View Post
    2. Turn down the detectors so you don't have to do anything about it
    Possibly to display the gauge readout at a higher accuracy.

    Assuming the gauge display runs from say -100 to +100, indicating single digit decimal readings, say +6.0 (one decimal place)

    By turning down/adjusting the display readout to say -10 to +10 the gauge displays the readout to +5.5001 (four decimal places)

    Maybe our TD certified nuclear reactor technicians can comment, rather than CNN propagandists, as parroted here by our regular illiterate members.

    Last edited by OhOh; 21-06-2021 at 09:22 AM.
    A tray full of GOLD is not worth a moment in time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OhOh View Post
    One looks forward to you posting the announcement, from the CEO of the unnamed



    that your posted CNN's sentence relies on.

    Thus confirming CNN's allegation.

    It's remarkable that you doubt the veracity of international news organisations but churn out chinky and russian propaganda at the drop of a hat.


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    Quote Originally Posted by OhOh View Post
    Possibly to display the gauge readout at a higher accuracy.

    Assuming the gauge display runs from say -100 to +100, indicating single digit decimal readings, say +6.0 (one decimal place)

    By turning down/adjusting the display readout to say -10 to +10 the gauge displays the readout to +5.5001 (four decimal places)

    Maybe our TD certified nuclear reactor technicians can comment, rather than CNN propagandists, as parroted here by our regular illiterate members.


    You're using "propagandists" wrong.

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    China is supplying nuclear rectors to Pakistan. Good reactors, world class. How long before they do to Iran?

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    Looks like it's catching...



    Iran’s lone nuclear power plant was temporarily shut down over an unexplained emergency, according to the authoritarian nation’s state-run media. An official from government energy company Tavanir said Sunday the Bushehr plant shutdown began on Saturday for repair work that would last “for three to four days,” possibly causing power outages.
    Iran shuts down nuclear power plant for emergency repairs

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    Quote Originally Posted by OhOh View Post
    The readings of one of their gauge had changed? Whilst they remained within the approved, by the plants designers and internationally accepted authorities range?
    Quote Originally Posted by OhOh View Post
    Possibly to display the gauge readout at a higher accuracy.

    Assuming the gauge display runs from say -100 to +100, indicating single digit decimal readings, say +6.0 (one decimal place)

    By turning down/adjusting the display readout to say -10 to +10 the gauge displays the readout to +5.5001 (four decimal places)

    Where did you get the idea that they are re-calibrating any instruments?
    Where did you get the idea that you can get a 1000 factor higher decimal resolution by reducing the range by 10?

    Do your masters really pay you for this kind of drivel?

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    Quote Originally Posted by lom View Post
    Where did you get the idea that they are re-calibrating any instruments?
    Where did you get the idea that you can get a 1000 factor higher decimal resolution by reducing the range by 10?

    Do your masters really pay you for this kind of drivel?
    Whoo Whoo Whoooo do the hoohoo waffle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lom View Post
    Where did you get the idea that they are re-calibrating any instruments?
    Where did you get the idea that you can get a 1000 factor higher decimal resolution by reducing the range by 10?

    Do your masters really pay you for this kind of drivel?
    . . .

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    Quote Originally Posted by lom View Post
    Where did you get the idea that they are re-calibrating any instruments?
    Quote Originally Posted by OhOh View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda View Post
    2. Turn down the detectors so you don't have to do anything about it
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    veracity of international news organisations
    As illustrated, there is no original named source in your top rated by your "article from CNN"

    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda;4274434[SIZE=3
    ]according [/SIZE]to a letter from the French company to the US Department of Energy obtained by CNN.
    No letter published. What did the full letter say?
    No company identified. Which company? Les Bleus Shower Shots?
    "Obtained".

    Show us your evidence. Unsurprisingly, CNN provides plenty of propaganda but zero facts.

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    No hoohoo, you're still using propaganda wrong.

    CNN is not controlled by Vlad or Mr. Shithole, you silly little boy.

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    Probably the whistleblower....

    While details are fuzzy at best of an ongoing incident at one of the world’s largest nuclear power plants, a leading Chinese nuclear scientist is dead after yet another suspicious event. Zhang Zhijian, former vice-president of Harbin Engineering University, died on Thursday after somehow “falling off a building.”

    Days after China announced that five fuel rods at the Taishan nuclear power plant are damaged, one of China’s leading nuclear scientists died of suspicious circumstances.

    Harbin Engineering University announces with deep grief that Professor Zhang Zhijian regrettably fell off a building and died at 9.34 am on June 17, 2021,” the statement read. “The university expresses deep sorrow over the passing of comrade Zhang Zhijian and deep condolences to his family.”
    As Chinese Nuclear Incident Unfolds, Expert Falls Off Building & Dies

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    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda View Post
    “Harbin Engineering University announces with deep grief that Professor Zhang Zhijian regrettably fell off a building and died at 9.34 am on June 17, 2021,”
    Colleagues were forced to say . . . ummmm . . . said that Zhang often practiced gymnastics in precarious circumstances and offer thoughts - no prayers, it's China.

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