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Wednesday, October 14, 2015

Pilgrim Nuclear Plant Is Being Shutdown -- Convicted of Illegal Obstruction, It's not Just "Cheap Gas"

I have been writing articles about Pilgrim en masse.

Were they a part of the Shutdown, I do believe so.

Here is the prior articles:
http://nukeprofessional.blogspot.com/2015/08/10-copper-pipe-shuts-down-pilgrim.html
FOR Instance Pilgrim Nuke in Boston, has an ever increasing string of problems and emergencies.   In Jan 2015 they were one step away, one hail Mary away from releasing a massive blast of radiation direct from the reactor vessel.     They had multiple failures, things that had failed just a year earlier and were not properly fixed and tested.  

Last Saturday, Pilgrim shut down again.     Was the problem some hack attempt, a Stuxnet type virus, major crack, giant earthquake, massive human error?

No, the problem was a 1/2" copper tube
- See more at: http://nukeprofessional.blogspot.com/2015/08/10-copper-pipe-shuts-down-pilgrim.html#sthash.LM1dpj4R.dpuf
 FOR Instance Pilgrim Nuke in Boston, has an ever increasing string of problems and emergencies.   In Jan 2015 they were one step away, one hail Mary away from releasing a massive blast of radiation direct from the reactor vessel.     They had multiple failures, things that had failed just a year earlier and were not properly fixed and tested.  

Last Saturday, Pilgrim shut down again.     Was the problem some hack attempt, a Stuxnet type virus, major crack, giant earthquake, massive human error?

No, the problem was a 1/2" copper tube
http://nukeprofessional.blogspot.com/2015/08/drug-testing-us-nuclear-plants-nuke-is.html
The USA's nuclear plants are owned by greedy corporations using druggies and alcoholics to run the nuclear plants.

Second reportable employee incident at Pilgrim nuclear plant in two weeks

 http://plymouth.wickedlocal.com/article/20150804/NEWS/150808815

http://nukeprofessional.blogspot.com/2015/06/replacing-indian-point-nuclear-plant.html
First we look at the average annual energy Indian Point has generated 3,687,000,000 kWH/Yr
Then we look at how much solar PV would be need to exceed that 10 Million Panels, Exceeding Pilgrim Production at 3,850,000,000 kWH/Yr
Then we look at what that PV would cost $2,034,000,000
Then we look at what the cost per kWH would be to the PV owner.    1.79 cents per kWH
http://nukeprofessional.blogspot.com/2015/05/we-almost-lost-new-york-boston-and-lake.html

Pilgrim was very close to being forced to directly vent radioactive steam into the environment / neighborhood. They used every last line of defense they had, including dumping radioactive steam into the old BWR Torus aka Surge Tank.
http://nukeprofessional.blogspot.com/2015/02/pilgrim-nuclear-in-boston-came-very.html


  If that last piece of equipment had failed it would have been a serious accident with radiation exposure to the public. 
Pilgrim had the same types of equipment problems in the last 2 years, and FAILED to fix them, and the NRC failed on adequate follow up.

----------------------------------------------------these folks did and are doing a fine job
http://www.pilgrimwatch.org/
FOR Instance Pilgrim Nuke in Boston, has an ever increasing string of problems and emergencies.   In Jan 2015 they were one step away, one hail Mary away from releasing a massive blast of radiation direct from the reactor vessel.     They had multiple failures, things that had failed just a year earlier and were not properly fixed and tested.  

Last Saturday, Pilgrim shut down again.     Was the problem some hack attempt, a Stuxnet type virus, major crack, giant earthquake, massive human error?

No, the problem was a 1/2" copper tube
- See more at: http://nukeprofessional.blogspot.com/2015/08/10-copper-pipe-shuts-down-pilgrim.html#sthash.LM1dpj4R.dpuf
FOR Instance Pilgrim Nuke in Boston, has an ever increasing string of problems and emergencies.   In Jan 2015 they were one step away, one hail Mary away from releasing a massive blast of radiation direct from the reactor vessel.     They had multiple failures, things that had failed just a year earlier and were not properly fixed and tested.  

Last Saturday, Pilgrim shut down again.     Was the problem some hack attempt, a Stuxnet type virus, major crack, giant earthquake, massive human error?

No, the problem was a 1/2" copper tube
- See more at: http://nukeprofessional.blogspot.com/2015/08/10-copper-pipe-shuts-down-pilgrim.html#sthash.LM1dpj4R.dpuf
FOR Instance Pilgrim Nuke in Boston, has an ever increasing string of problems and emergencies.   In Jan 2015 they were one step away, one hail Mary away from releasing a massive blast of radiation direct from the reactor vessel.     They had multiple failures, things that had failed just a year earlier and were not properly fixed and tested.  

Last Saturday, Pilgrim shut down again.     Was the problem some hack attempt, a Stuxnet type virus, major crack, giant earthquake, massive human error?

No, the problem was a 1/2" copper tube
- See more at: http://nukeprofessional.blogspot.com/2015/08/10-copper-pipe-shuts-down-pilgrim.html#sthash.LM1dpj4R.dpuf

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