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radioactivity released into the sea at scotish power plant

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posted on Nov, 21 2014 @ 01:25 PM
Doesn't really correlate as dangerous or a worry when the Fukushima disaster is killing the entire planet, one baqueral at a time.

originally posted by: ryan2010 it seems there was an incident up in Scotland where some radioactivity was released after a fire at a proto type fast reactor facility, this is worrying only now its been broadcast it happened last month, couldn't manage to keep a lid on it I expect

posted on Nov, 21 2014 @ 05:02 PM
a reply to: Asynchrony yes your right its nothing compared to fukushima which is a catastrophe, but it is something

posted on Nov, 22 2014 @ 10:00 AM
a reply to: ryan2010

is this original article?

i grabbed a sentence and did a search of that sequence of words, which gave me the bbc link...of which I will now take a gander at.

The incident happened on the same day a blaze broke out on a ship transporting radioactive waste from Dounreay to Belgium.

The blaze started in one of the MV Parida's two funnels on the night of 7 October.

It lost power and started drifting towards an oil platform in the Moray Firth. Fifty-two people on the rig were evacuated as a precaution.

Following repairs the ship was able to resume its journey.

'Extremely concerning'
WWF Scotland has raised concerns about the release of radioactivity during the fire at Dounreay

Director Lang Banks said: "Thankfully no-one was injured in this incident. However, that the fire resulted in the release of radioactive material is deeply worrying and calls into question the processes currently in place to protect people and the environment.

i'll have to reserve an opinion for now.

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