1992 NOAA Study Concluded A Severe Hurricane Could Induce A Storm Surge 6.4 Ft Above Brunswick Nuclear Power Station’s Design Basis Flood So NRC Commissioned A New Study To Prove That The Design Basis Was Good Enough – But It’s Not | Mining Awareness +

Thanks for digging into this.. it is the NB Nuke that worries me the most with this hurricane. And I would be willing to bet that these ASSHOLES are running this fuckin’ thing at FULL POWER EVEN TODAY! The NB Nuke is the Stephen King nightmare of this storm event as far as I’m concerned.. good luck on this one!!

THIS COULD BE FUKUSHIMA USA.. BEWARE! IT IS A HUGE PLANT.

2 comments

  1. They finally had shut it down by this morning, which surprised me. We need to watch the Bay of Fundy next and Point LePreau NPS. And, there are several hurricanes in the making out in the ocean. Plus one en route to Japan.

  2. Thanks for the reblog. Here’s the link: https://miningawareness.wordpress.com/2019/09/04/1992-noaa-study-concluded-a-severe-hurricane-could-induce-a-storm-surge-6-4-ft-above-brunswick-nuclear-power-stations-design-basis-flood-so-nrc-commissioned-a-new-study-to-prove-that-the-design-basi-2/
    Of course they are running at 100%. They didn’t even enter an unusual event like St. Lucie. St. Lucie didn’t power down either. They actually bought the workers a lot of food – especially sugary snacks – to stay over but then didn’t even power down. In the event of flooding St. Lucie can’t access their backup FLEX equipment, either. It’s not clear if that’s the backup to the backup generators or all generators. Here was the reactor status:
    https://www.nrc.gov/reading-rm/doc-collections/event-status/reactor-status/ps.html

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