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Old March 18th 11, 07:59 PM posted to rec.bicycles.soc,rec.bicycles.misc,rec.bicycles.tech
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Default OT - Moving to Japan --Talking about intelligent design, reactorsand bike lanes

On Mar 18, 2:02*pm, kolldata wrote:
while listening to BBC and considering dikes as a manadatory Japanese
Nuke structure, I learned *used rods were place in the attic.
How effective.


QUESTION:
“Spent fuel rods stored in the attic and emergency generators in the
basement.
Hindsight is 20/20 and all that but, isn't it rather obvious that this
is precisely backwards?”

FEEDBACK:

"Three engineers at GE quit over the stupidity of this design - 45
years ago. They predicted exactly the design flaws which have
occurred. If you think about these incredibly stupid nuclear reactors,
you can't help wondering how much greed and cost-cutti*ng enters into
the design of all nuclear reactors."

"Engineers designed this crap. WTF? Heat rises, flooding shuts down
diesel generators*. D'uh!"

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