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  1. Hmmm, if electricity prices are higher because...

    Hmmm, if electricity prices are higher because electricity companies are profiteering, why are they all reporting losses?

    Electricity prices are higher because of subsidies. From the article:

    ...
  2. I know I said that I wouldn't post on Q's threads...

    I know I said that I wouldn't post on Q's threads any more, but I just had to post this link:

    Aluminium producer files for bankruptcy

    Note that the reason is high electricity costs:...
  3. Hmmm, my employer would say different. But,...

    Hmmm, my employer would say different.

    But, when the facts aren't on your side, you, Q, resort to insults. So I'm bowing out of this now.

    It's hard to have a rational discussion with someone...
  4. I was trying to dumb it down for you to...

    I was trying to dumb it down for you to understand. Obviously it was still too complicated for you.

    I'll put it as simply as possible:

    There

    was

    no
  5. To get a nuclear explosion you need to have a...

    To get a nuclear explosion you need to have a supercritical mass of fissile material held in a specific configuration for a specific length of time.

    There is no way to get that in a nuclear...
  6. So, tell me Quazimodo, how do your "experts"...

    So, tell me Quazimodo, how do your "experts" explain how the cooling pond fuel achieved criticality?

    You do know that the fuel in the cooling pond is arranged so that even under the most optimum...
  7. No, that building is still there. It is now the...

    No, that building is still there. It is now the Hiroshima monument. Why is it still there? I point you to the film Armageddon for a fine example of basic explosive dynamics. In one of the scenes...
  8. Hmmm, if it was a nuclear explosion, why are the...

    Hmmm, if it was a nuclear explosion, why are the buildings still there? Why haven't they been vapourised?

    Sorry, but the energy released by a nuclear explosion would have totally destroyed the...
  9. Sorry about the double post, but I'v ejust been...

    Sorry about the double post, but I'v ejust been made aware of this: Journal of Radiological Protection special on Fukushima.
  10. German electricity prices and CO2 emissions pushed up by POLITICS

    Need I say more...
  11. It's been a while, but I'll bite... Apart from...

    It's been a while, but I'll bite...

    Apart from the failure of one emergency diesel generator, all of the safety systems at Fukushima operated correctly and there was no loss of cooling, core melt...
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    Interesting. I read the same article and came to...

    Interesting. I read the same article and came to a completely different conclusion.

    The reactors are shut down for their periodic refuelling outage. In most countries, this lasts for as long as...
  13. Unfortunately, you won't be able to get below...

    Unfortunately, you won't be able to get below room temperature. Not unless you have piezo cooling, or some other sort of refrigerant.

    I still prefer the Noctua fans though.

    How loud was this...
  14. Nope, the best way, and quicker, is to challenge...

    Nope, the best way, and quicker, is to challenge them to eat as much caffeine as you do plutonium (note that Greenpeace repeatedly say that plutonium is the most toxic substance known to man). We'll...
  15. I knew there was something bugging me about the...

    I knew there was something bugging me about the 1.65microSV/hr dose rate. At 2m it should be less than 1. Either someone messed up their readings (uncalibrated detector) or the shielding...
  16. Now we're back on reality, I'm back :) ...

    Now we're back on reality, I'm back :)

    1.65microSv/hr equates to a yearly dose (when exposed to it for 24 hours per day 365 days per year) of 14.5 mSv.

    Less than the reportable level for a...
  17. HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA...

    HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

    >gasp<

    HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

    Just give me a minute...
    ...
  18. Okay, I'll bite... In the last 60 years, how...

    Okay, I'll bite...

    In the last 60 years, how many people have been killed by nuclear power plants and where?

    Let's look at the most severe accidents to occur according to Wikipedia:

    December...
  19. The reactors are far more secure than nearly all...

    The reactors are far more secure than nearly all other industrial facilities.

    Nowhere in that article does it say that "if something goes wrong they are doomed and burn in hell and thats for...
  20. Q is delusional. AGAIN!

    erm, last time I looked, Germany was a democracy.

    Yet again, you're living in your own little world aren't you Quazimodo?

    Why should we believe anything you say when you live in la la land?
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