Most Powerful US Nuclear Reactor Not Working for Months; Special Inspection Report Pending; US NRC Renews License for a Total of 59 Years Anyway | Mining Awareness +

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Grand Gulf Nuclear Power Station has the most powerful single nuclear reactor in the US, when it’s working, which it isn’t and apparently hasn’t for the last 3 months. Problems were reported, intermittently, in the months preceding its shutdown. Grand Gulf Nuclear first operated over 31 years ago – July 1, 1985. That is old for a car, but this is a nuclear power station! Ionizing radiation adds additional material stresses.Nonetheless, the US NRC has just decided that Grand Gulf will be allowed to operate until 2044, or 59 years, even though a special inspection report regarding serious safety concerns is still pending, and even though it’s not working.

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      • He talk about Mid North American and Eastern US

        12/08/2016 — M8.0 megaquake hits West Pacific — California struck by large M6.5

        12/08/2016 — Global Unrest = New warning areas in Midwest USA, Japan, Asia, and Europe

      • I have all that on the FC blog.
        Maps too/
        8.0M quake in Solomon Is. probably shook Lake FUBAR.

  1. Don’t forget about the Wigner Effect destroying components in that old nuclear reactor. The components may be crumbling right now, giving them difficulties in passing inspection. They’ll never tell the public the truth! Everything’s fine here, no cause for alarm, as the plant falls apart due to the Wigner Effect.

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