posted on May, 10 2013 @ 12:37 AM
I sure didn't mean to give folks the impression that I'm worried about anything in the way of a serious accident, as that would be termed at a
Nuclear facility. I'm merely very curious and would be interested to see if this ends up being something they DO restart from. San Onofre Nuclear
Power Plant in California is still down, as far as I know, from a shut down over technical issues following an upgrade.
However, this isn't just Maryland. This is Annapolis, Maryland. Short of being D.C. itself, it wouldn't come in a more critical place if a true
accident were in progress. I.E.... No one would need to read my humble thread to have heard about it, to be sure.
Still.....It is an interesting report to read. I do see RSOE reports of Nuclear events, as they are termed, often enough. More than I think average
people would like to know happen...and almost all are explained or at least a B.S. explanation is given on the spot. Perhaps this is something to clip
the power output for awhile? That alone would be a might painful with what surely will be a hot summer coming in fast, eh?