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25th Anniversary Of Three Mile Island

michael posted more than 10 years ago | from the nuke-em-till-they-glow-then-shoot-em-in-the-dark dept.

Science 418

fbform writes "March 28, 2004 is the 25th anniversary of the Loss Of Coolant Accident (LOCA) at the nuclear power plant on Three Mile Island, Pennsylvania. It's a good time to reflect on the impact it has had on our nuclear safety policy and interface design in general."

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GNAA Reports Third Quater Profit of $200 million (-1, Troll)

Anonymous Coward | more than 10 years ago | (#8695092)

GNAA (Gay Nigger Association of America) Reports Third Quater Profit of $200 Million
Reports Third Quater Profit of $200 Million,
Revnues up 19%,
Profits Before Investment Gains up 43 percent

By GNAA Business Systems Development director, rkz [google.com]
East Midlands, United Kingdom -- Today, GNAA announced financial results for its fiscal 2004 first quarter ending April 1, 2004
For the quarter, the Company posted a net profit of $200 million, or $.55 per diluted share. These results compare to a net profit of $203 million, or $.60 per diluted share, achieved in the year-ago quarter. Revenues for the quarter were $1.825 billion, up 17 percent from the year-ago quarter, and gross margins were 29.8 percent, up from 27.4 percent in the year-ago quarter.
International sales accounted for 46 percent of the quarter's revenues.

"Strong earnings combined with superb asset management resulted in positive cash flows from operations of $234 million," said timecop [www.ne.jp] , GNAA's CIO (Chief Information Officer). "GNAA finished the quarter with $3.8 billion in cash and short-term investments."

"We're pleased to report our eleventh consecutive profitable quarter, with net profits up 43 percent," said Penisbird, GNAA's CEO (Chief Operation Officer). "We had a strong quarter for our pro products, especially Gay Nigger erotic literature."

About GNAA:
GNAA (GAY NIGGER ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA) is the first organization which
gathers GAY NIGGERS from all over America and abroad for one common goal - being GAY NIGGERS.

Are you GAY [klerck.org] ?
Are you a NIGGER [mugshots.org] ?
Are you a GAY NIGGER [gay-sex-access.com] ?

If you answered "Yes" to all of the above questions, then GNAA (GAY NIGGER ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA) might be exactly what you've been looking for!
Join GNAA (GAY NIGGER ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA) today, and enjoy all the benefits of being a full-time GNAA member.
GNAA (GAY NIGGER ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA) is the fastest-growing GAY NIGGER community with THOUSANDS of members all over United States of America. You, too, can be a part of GNAA if you join today!

Why not? It's quick and easy - only 3 simple steps!

First, you have to obtain a copy of GAY NIGGERS FROM OUTER SPACE THE MOVIE [imdb.com] and watch it. (You can download the movie (~280mb) using BitTorrent, by clicking here [idge.net] .

Second, you need to succeed in posting a GNAA "first post" on slashdot.org [slashdot.org] , a popular "news for trolls" website

Third, you need to join the official GNAA irc channel #GNAA on EFNet, and apply for membership.
Talk to one of the ops or any of the other members in the channel to sign up today!

If you are having trouble locating #GNAA, the official GAY NIGGER ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA irc channel, you might be on a wrong irc network. The correct network is EFNet, and you can connect to irc.secsup.org or irc.isprime.com as one of the EFNet servers.
If you do not have an IRC client handy, you are free to use the GNAA Java IRC client by clicking here [nero-online.org] .


If you have mod points and would like to support GNAA, please moderate this post up.

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I HOPE YOU FAGS DIE FROM RADIATION POISONING!!!!!! (-1, Troll)

Anonymous Coward | more than 10 years ago | (#8695095)

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Wikipedia articles on TMI (5, Informative)

Anonymous Coward | more than 10 years ago | (#8695101)

Oblinks to related wikipedia articles:

Three Mile Island [wikipedia.org]

List of nuclear accidents [wikipedia.org]

I hope... (-1, Offtopic)

Anonymous Coward | more than 10 years ago | (#8695250)

Dimona melts and finishes the job Hitler started. That'll teach those heebs to mess with Jesus [biblegateway.com] .

Shame (5, Insightful)

colinramsay (603167) | more than 10 years ago | (#8695105)

It's a shame that incidents such as this have contributed to the overall bad image of nuclear power. There is still a lot of potential which will probably never be revealed because the public at large are scared of what could happen if something went wrong.

The truth is that modern techniques could probably make nuclear power an extremely safe alternative.

Re:Shame (1)

macarie (592342) | more than 10 years ago | (#8695122)

Please read this: http://slashdot.org/article.pl?sid=04/03/25/144123 2 for a story where Nuclear energy did horrible damage. The something goes wrong the public on a 300Km radius will suffer from it.

Your ignorance is a shame. (5, Informative)

dfenstrate (202098) | more than 10 years ago | (#8695184)

Compare the Soviets worst accident- dozens dead in the short term, thousands dead early from long term effects- with the United States worst accident- Three Mile Island. The radioactivity release from TMI was projected to cause less than 1 premature death from the hundreds of thousands of people potentially exposed to anything, and in twenty five years since, no one has been able to prove that they were adversly affected by the accident, healthwise.

Including the people who work there.
Nuclear Power is perfectly safe when done right, and it's done right in the US. The worst that could happen in the US in an accident condition is that parts of the power plant are destroyed. And for even that to happen, so many very closely watched things would have to go wrong that it's basically not going to happen.

So shut off your lights if you don't like nuclear power, and go back to your cave.

Nuclear power industry not safe. (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 10 years ago | (#8695286)

"Nuclear Power is perfectly safe when done right, and it's done right in the US"

No, it is not safe. Remember "we almost lost Detroit" and all the other near-catastrophes, including one that involved a nuclear plant that actually had a basketball covered in duct tape stuffed in a vent.

On top of this, the waste is so toxic that they have not been able to come up with anything to do with it.

I live near one of the first commercial nuclear plants. They closed it down several years ago. It has taken years for them to clean up the contamination, and they are still not done.

"So shut off your lights if you don't like nuclear power, and go back to your cave."

We had electricity before someone decided to build these dangerous super-expensive boondoggles, and we will afterwards.

Re:Your ignorance is a shame. (3, Interesting)

Trurl's Machine (651488) | more than 10 years ago | (#8695341)

Nuclear Power is perfectly safe when done right, and it's done right in the US. The worst that could happen in the US in an accident condition is that parts of the power plant are destroyed. nd for even that to happen, so many very closely watched things would have to go wrong that it's basically not going to happen.

The Twin Towers were also perfectly safe buildings that could never collapse. Not on their own, anyway. But we are living now in a totally different century. The one in which modern technology can be helpless against a small group of fanatics capable of orchestrating suicide bomb attacks. Nuclear power used to be perfectly safe when done right - but it was in the last century. Now any US or European nuclear plant is actually nothing but a huge "KICK ME!" for the Al Quaedda boys. If I was you, I'd me more careful with your "basically not goint to happen".

Re:Shame (0, Insightful)

Anonymous Coward | more than 10 years ago | (#8695129)

And with the high morale of companies these days, I feel quite secure. Also knowing that no goverment entity could ever be influenced by any companys private interests also helps.
Yep, and we all believe that it is completly impossible for anyone to attack any plant and cause any damage.

In any form, nuclear forces are way too powerful to trust to any human IMHO.

Re:Shame (5, Informative)

Anonymous Coward | more than 10 years ago | (#8695136)

The truth is that modern techniques could probably make nuclear power an extremely safe alternative.

Especially pebble bed reactors [wikipedia.org] .

Re:Shame (4, Insightful)

AlecC (512609) | more than 10 years ago | (#8695137)

On the point of making nuclear power stations safe, I agree with you. There are some designs around not for which the worst credible accident is really not that bad at all.

But there is still the waste disposal problem. Until we have a solution for the disposal of the higher-level waste that is in place and shown to be working, I for one will not be supporting nuclear powery.

I parsonally am not happy with long term repositories such as Yucca Mountain - too many unknowns. My favoured version was the subduction zone disposal - return it to the earth's core, which is used to it. Does anybody know why this disappeared off the map?

You evil man!!! (5, Funny)

Unknown Poltroon (31628) | more than 10 years ago | (#8695196)

How DARE you suggest that we pollute the pristine magma of the earths core with your unnatural nuclear waste. It would be a crime against nature to bury radioactve material under the earths crust.

People like you make me sick.

Re:You evil man!!! (1)

dfenstrate (202098) | more than 10 years ago | (#8695222)

This statement is surely in jest, but for those who do think like this, remember that's where the material came from in the first place.

Ashes to Ashes, Dust to Dust, useful energy extraction in between.

Re:You evil man!!! (2, Interesting)

plugger (450839) | more than 10 years ago | (#8695264)

Except that the natural material is purified to increase the proportion of U235. Also, I never heard of radioactive iodine or calcium occurring naturally in the environment. There lies the danger, radioactive isotopes of compounds which are stored by the body.

Re:You evil man!!! (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 10 years ago | (#8695269)

Yes, yes, I know they are elements and not compounds. It's a Sunday, that's my excuse.

Re:You evil man!!! (3, Informative)

HeghmoH (13204) | more than 10 years ago | (#8695301)

The Earth's core is all melted. You know why it's so hot? It's because of the enormous quantities of uranium within it that is undergoing radioactive decay. Yes, the Earth is a big radioisotope heater.

Re:You evil man!!! (1, Informative)

Anonymous Coward | more than 10 years ago | (#8695313)

Yeah, that would suck for all those people living under the earth's crust.

PS: Ca-48 [lbl.gov] half-life 6e+18 y abundance 0.1874%

Flamebait? (1)

Unknown Poltroon (31628) | more than 10 years ago | (#8695288)

YEt another mod whos too fucking stupid to know a joke. Yeah, mod my ass down to the radioactve hell of the mantle, but it had to be said.

Re:Shame (2, Insightful)

dfenstrate (202098) | more than 10 years ago | (#8695203)

I'm guessing because it would take a very, very long time to dissappear, maybe longer than it would take to turn into safe material all by itself.

You'd have to ditch the radwaste casks in the ocean, where they might be prone to leaking in a harsh, high pressure ocean environment. I suppose if the radwaste is significantly heavier than the water so it won't float, and it can be dropped into a trench so any leaking has no chance of washing up, it would be a viable idea.

Re:Shame (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 10 years ago | (#8695143)

Ever heard of Murphy? Chernobyl? Apart from that, I'm sure you'll gladly offer to have them store the waste in your back yard.

Re:Shame (5, Interesting)

Anonymous Coward | more than 10 years ago | (#8695180)

The thing which I can not fathom about the American nuclear power policy is that they are encouraged to make HUGE reactors. (Had to look this up for nuclear physics class at one point) The US Navy has an almost perfect record with identical, small reactors. I conject that the safety part of the equation has been figured out. I persistantly wonder why it's a bad thing not to just use the design from a submarine and just put 12 of them in a row, all of the same design, and man them with ex-Navy personnel.

At this point, I'd put a dog on a treadmill generator to not have coal power though...or an ignorance-rutting politician. ;P

--degs at 68k dot org

Re:Shame (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 10 years ago | (#8695307)

Because safety does not always trump economics.

Re:Shame (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 10 years ago | (#8695310)

But that would work only if they are actually 12 times as safe as large reactors.

Re:Shame (3, Interesting)

coastwalker (307620) | more than 10 years ago | (#8695186)

There has to be a continious re-evaluation of all potential sources of power whilst our fossil fuel reserves are being depleted. It is perhaps better that we discover the potentials and the pitfalls of nuclear power before the situation arises where there is no choice but to use nuclear power. We do now at least have the knowledge to advise the growing Chinese economy on the safest way to utilise it for example should they find the need for power outstrips the availability of fossil fuel.

Energy policy has a big impact on the environment if global warming is directly linked to the burning of fossil fuel. Nuclear power may ironicaly have a lower impact on the environment in the long term if we solve the problem of waste recycling. Radioactive materials are dug out of the ground so it does not seem impossible to put them safely back into the ground. Exhaustion of fossil fuel will automatically drive greater use of water wind and wave power but only policy will drive the use of technologically sophisticated power sources like fusion and nuclear power.

Viability of LSLT nuclear energy? (1)

BigDumbSpaceApe (749732) | more than 10 years ago | (#8695228)

So I'm wondering about the viability large-scale long-term use of nuclear power... Anyone know how much nuclear material there is?

I was listening to some radio program where the a guy was making some kinda analogy, like power from the sun is like our energy *income* and fossil fuels are what we have *in the bank* and were spending our savings like mad... Is that a similar or not with nuclear fuels?

I've also heard the we may be able to develop power sources from the nuclear wastes we generate in the future, to get even more energy from them.

But alas, IANANP so I have no clue. Anyone know more about this?

Re:Viability of LSLT nuclear energy? (3, Informative)

plugger (450839) | more than 10 years ago | (#8695319)

BNFL (British Nuclear Fuels Ltd) reprocess spent fuel rods to recover fissile material (and waste):

www.bnfl.com [bnfl.com]

Sorry about the lack of detail, but I couldn't find anything more specific on their site.

Re:Shame (5, Insightful)

Zeinfeld (263942) | more than 10 years ago | (#8695208)

It's a shame that incidents such as this have contributed to the overall bad image of nuclear power.

It is a shame that sloppy and incompetent management by the nuclear power industry has created an entirely justified bad image.

The big lie told about three mile island was that the design is 'failsafe'. As a matter of definition it is not, no light water reactor design is. Failsafe means that if something breaks it breaks in a safe way. Three mile island had redundant safety systems, that is not the same thing.

The truth is that modern techniques could probably make nuclear power an extremely safe alternative.

The truth is that the better designs of forty years ago could have made safe nuclear power. The CANDU heavy water system is genuinely fail-safe. The coolant doubles as the moderator. That means if you loose one you loose the other and the reaction is halted.

Today there are vastly better designs, like the pebble bed reactor that MIT and others have been looking at.

The real problem is not technical, it is political. The concerns about nuclear power are completely justified. The nuclear industry has lied and deceived in the past. In the UK there was a long history of accidents, coverups and blatant deception. The true economics of nuclear power only became apparent after the Thatcher government tried to privatise nuclear power. When the books were opened it turned out that nuclear power had been vastly more expensive than claimed - and there are still the costs of decommissioning the plants.

Research into new types of nuclear reactor are required for many reasons. Even the idiots who ignore global warming see that energy reserves are running low. If we do not start looking at better nuclear options now we may end up being forced into repeating the light water mistake.

Re:Shame (3, Informative)

john.r.strohm (586791) | more than 10 years ago | (#8695265)

The truth is that the better designs of forty years ago could have made safe nuclear power. The CANDU heavy water system is genuinely fail-safe. The coolant doubles as the moderator. That means if you loose one you loose the other and the reaction is halted.


The statement "(t)he coolant doubles as the moderator" is also true of American light-water designs.

Re:Shame (5, Interesting)

john.r.strohm (586791) | more than 10 years ago | (#8695214)

The truth is that modern techniques could probably make nuclear power an extremely safe alternative.

What do you mean "could"?

In terms of lives lost, damage done, or just about any other measure you care to name, provided you restrict yourself to a competent design, nuclear fission is ALREADY the safest power generation technology known to man. Read "The Health Hazards of NOT Going Nuclear" by Dr. Petr Beckmann.

The key phrase in that sentence is "competent design." One of the key parameters in any nuclear reactor design is the void coefficient, and, most particularly, the sign of the void coefficient.

From http://www.nrc.gov/reading-rm/basic-ref/glossary/v oid-coefficient-of-reactivity.html "Void coefficient of reactivity: A rate of change in the reactivity of a water reactor system resulting from a formation of steam bubbles as the power level and temperature increase."

From http://www.disenchanted.com/dis/lookup.html?node=1 748 "The 'voids' refer to pockets of steam forming in the reactor core, and a reactor is said to have a positive void coefficient if an increase in voids leads to an increase in reactor power. A reactor with a negative void coefficient is one which will see a decrease in reactor power as pockets of steam increase."

Briefly, if a reactor is designed with a positive void coefficient, it will inherently have a risk of a Chernobyl-style thermal runaway. If a reactor is designed with a negative void coefficient, it will not have that particular hazard. This fact was known to the Soviet reactor designers, who designed the RBMK reactor at Chernobyl (among other places), and was also known the US designers who wrote the US standards for reactor design. Positive void coefficient designs are flat-out illegal in the United States.

To do the safety analysis, you have to take, for example, black lung deaths of coal miners into account, and supertanker oil spill environmental damage. You also have to take into account the number of people who will, while attempting to install solar water heating panels on their roofs, will slip, fall, and break their necks.

If you want to prattle about radiation hazards, bear in mind that every lump of coal you burn, every drop of oil, every cubic foot of natural gas, contains some amount of radioactive carbon-14, and the ash (and emitted CO2) is thus radioactive waste. Ditto for wood. (Wood smoke contains other nasty things.)

Re:Shame (0)

Xaymot (754751) | more than 10 years ago | (#8695238)

"There is still a lot of potential which will probably never be revealed because the public at large are scared of what could happen if something went wrong." Yeah, god forbid we weigh a resource by its past results. While we're at it lets re-inflate the Hindenburg. ... weeee i call shotgun....

there's a lot of nuclear ooopsie stories of late. (1)

msim (220489) | more than 10 years ago | (#8695106)

It's always educational to read about these things. Like i linked from the slashdot story about the bike chick and read about deep sea fishes, the stimeline of the events, and also got some very insightful comments too.

Let's see what arises here.

I'm feeling fortunately the only thing nuclear anywhere near me is a research facility that's used to make medicine.

Re:there's a lot of nuclear ooopsie stories of lat (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 10 years ago | (#8695114)

I'm feeling fortunately the only thing nuclear anywhere near me is a research facility that's used to make medicine.

Same here. Ah, Lucas Heights. What a frickin' danger zone.

Re:there's a lot of nuclear ooopsie stories of lat (1)

msim (220489) | more than 10 years ago | (#8695187)

Ditto, that'd be the one! im still about 15-20km from it though, but thats close enough.

You don't know anyone by the name Willie living near there, do you? *hopes not*

Re:there's a lot of nuclear ooopsie stories of lat (1)

necrogram (675897) | more than 10 years ago | (#8695303)

I rebmer going to middle and school and being extreamly close to a powerplant, Limerick to be exact. We were close enough to Limerick, that on the first moday of very month at 1500, class would be interrupted for thetesting of the siren at the plant. also, you never heard anything about evac plans or anything. We knew thm in elemntry school, but we were about 20 miles from limeric. It was becasueof the school dropping the ball, it was because we were well with in the "no time to bend over and kiss your ass goodbye" radius. alot of people that close always had the same eerie calmness about it. "if it goes, we would never know, because we would go with it just as quick"

Re:there's a lot of nuclear ooopsie stories of lat (0)

id (11164) | more than 10 years ago | (#8695330)

Ummmmm, a nuke plant melting down and a bomb going off have very different results. And even if it was 25 megaton nuke bomb going off 20 miles away, you still have a good chance of living...at least long enough to kiss your ass goodbye.

Stop and pause (3, Insightful)

blankmange (571591) | more than 10 years ago | (#8695107)

With the posting of the Chernobyl [slashdot.org] story yesterday, this should make some of us pause and think about what could have been...

*sigh* (1)

el_guapo (123495) | more than 10 years ago | (#8695189)

anyone even remotely clued on nuke stuff (i was a nuke engineer in my previous life) would know that chernobyl simply *cannot* happen in a western light water reactor design. chernobyl was the result of the russkies making insane design decision after insane design decision in order to make a NON enriched core work. just enrich the core beyond a certain LOW percentage (i'm not telling!!! don't want know black helicopters landing HERE :P) and chernobyl are IMPOSSIBLE.

Re:Stop and pause (4, Informative)

jeffy124 (453342) | more than 10 years ago | (#8695220)

Chernobyl was a completely different animal to TMI. Operators at the plant brought that disaster entirely upon themselves. They were doing an "experiment" to see what the minimal resources were to keep the plant operating, overriding automatic shutoffs and other alarms in the process. Eventually, they overrode one alarm too many.

TMI was much more of a true accident. A valve malfunctioned to start the whole thing, something that didnt require a direct human action to occur.

Re:Stop and pause (1)

BigDumbSpaceApe (749732) | more than 10 years ago | (#8695262)

Makes me kinda optimistic towards the possibilities (of reducing the dependence on fossil fuels)... I mean 25 years, thats a third a lifetime without any major accidents (that i know of )...

I have probably spent most of my life within 20 miles of the FERMI II plant in Monroe, MI without even giving it a thought.

Re:Stop and pause (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 10 years ago | (#8695277)

25 years, thats a third a lifetime without any major accidents (that i know of )..
...in America.

Re:Stop and pause (1, Insightful)

Anonymous Coward | more than 10 years ago | (#8695272)

With the posting of the Chernobyl story yesterday, this should make some of us pause and think about what could have been...

Exactly: I'm wondering what might have been if the Soviet Union had the standards as good as the US for safety, especially regarding basic reactor design.

If the Chernobyl plant had been designed as well as TMI's was, then even with the appalling mismanagement of the plant, the accident would not have had a significant affect on anyone outside the facility itself. Thousands of lives would not have been lost.

And in fact, much tha same can be said for other Soviet industrial practices. Safety of the workers, the nearby population, and the environment were routinely ignored in the Soviet Union. The track record of capitalism-with-some-regulation is far, far superior to that of any communist system that has been tried.

Re:Stop and pause (5, Insightful)

djh101010 (656795) | more than 10 years ago | (#8695324)

With the posting of the Chernobyl story yesterday, this should make some of us pause and think about what could have been...

Very true. It allows us to realize how fortunate it is that our engineers rejected the open-pile design which caused Chernobyl to be so dangerous. It also makes me thankful that, due to the skillful design, the TMI incident is a disaster only in the terms of public-relations among those who don't understand, or want to understand the science.

I don't think that anyone who isn't rabidly anti-nuclear power would consider these to events to be anywhere near equivalent. It says a lot for the systems that, despite the chain of human and mechanical failures, the incident at TMI was limited to such a small environmental impact. That wasn't by luck, it was by design decisions, choosing a much safer way to use nuclear energy to create power.

Bringing Chernobyl into the context of TMI shows that the person doing so either doesn't understand the science, or is trying to use fear of Chernobyl to convince others who don't understand the differences.

Nuclear Fusion reactors are much safer!! (-1, Redundant)

Anonymous Coward | more than 10 years ago | (#8695117)

they can't blow up in a chain reaction.
if the cooling or anything breaks down,
the reactor just stops (with a few damage, sure, but nothing dangerous)
the materials aren't highly radioactive and the reactor chamber materials are at ambient radioactivity level after 30 years (not 30 billion years or so as for fission reactor plants)

Fusion (4, Informative)

PacoTaco (577292) | more than 10 years ago | (#8695119)

Fusion power [iter.org] is the way to go. It's potentially much safer [iter.org] and can generate a ton of electricity without air pollution.

Re:Fusion (4, Funny)

AvantLegion (595806) | more than 10 years ago | (#8695133)

It's also a great blend of jazz and rock.

Don't know about you, but the Mahavishnu Orchestra surges more energy in me than any power source could!

Re:Fusion (3, Interesting)

AlecC (512609) | more than 10 years ago | (#8695147)

Sure - when it happens. And yes, Iter is the next step on the way, and will show the technical possibility of fusion with net energy output. But it is a long, long way from showing the commercial feasability. It is going to be a long time before we have fusion power - and it is always possible that we will discover some barrier which means it will never be commercially feasible.

It's gotta come (1)

RadRafe (632260) | more than 10 years ago | (#8695325)

We have to have fusion power by 2050! Why? Because SimCity 2000 says so!

Re:Fusion (1)

jabberjaw (683624) | more than 10 years ago | (#8695152)

However there is the itty bitty problem that it is not economical right now. IMHO pebble based reactors are the way to go until fusion becomes a viable option.

Re:Fusion (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 10 years ago | (#8695235)

s/not economical /not possible /

Re:Fusion (1)

Two99Point80 (542678) | more than 10 years ago | (#8695210)

The way to go where?

These folks [rmi.org] would suggest first determining how much energy is really needed and in what form, then figuring out which source best meets that need. With this methodology, it is cheaper to reduce demand first, until efficiency improvements become more expensive than the life cycle costs of more power plants, then seeing which kind of power plant might be needed.

It's now out of print, but Amory Lovins' book "Least Cost Energy: Solving the CO2 Problem" discussed this at length and in detail. It was published maybe twenty years ago. Its principles are still sound... for those who care to listen, anyway.

Re:Fusion (1)

prandal (87280) | more than 10 years ago | (#8695332)

Before we get all excited about fusion, we need to consider a few things.

The first fusion plants are likely to be deuterium-tritium [gsu.edu] reactors, not pure hydrogen-hydrogen fusion. Note the neutron flying off in the bottom left of that diagram. You'll end up with highly irradiated reactors. The University of Wisconsin did some engineering studies of these issues in relation to the UWMAK tokamak design, and came up with some quite sobering conclusions, published in Science in 1975 or 1976. Hydrogen might be abundant, but the materials which need replacing in the reactor on a regular basis might be in much shorter supply.

The USA is Dying (-1, Flamebait)

Anonymous Coward | more than 10 years ago | (#8695124)

It is official -- The UN is now confirming: The USA is dying

One more crippling bombshell crushed the already beleaguered American economy
when x-rates.com confirmed that the American Dollar has dropped yet again [x-rates.com] ,
now down to .9 of a Euro. Coming on the heels of a recent Usenet survey which plainly states that The American Economy is in a recession [google.com] , this news serves to
reinforce what we've known all along. The USA is collapsing in complete disarray, as fittingly exemplified by failing dead last [samag.com] in the recent Sys Admin comprehensive networking test.

You don't need to be a Kreskin [amazingkreskin.com] to predict the USA's future. The hand writing is on the wall: The USA faces a bleak future. In fact there won't
be any future at all for the USA because it is dying. Things are looking very bad for America. As many of us are already aware, the US continues to lose relevence. Red ink flows like a river of blood.

The IT industry is the most endangered of them all, having lost 93% of its core
developers. The sudden and unpleasant departures of long time IT jobs to india only serve to underscore the point more clearly. There can no longer be any doubt: The American IT Industry is dying.

Let's keep to the facts and look at the numbers.

Microsoft Encarta states that there are 291,065,636 people in America. What is the US's national debt? Let's see. According to the The Debt clock [brillig.com] the USA's National Debt is 6,465,271,811,559.14. Therefore each American
is $22,212.42. in debt. In fact, the USA's national debt has continued to
increase an average of $992 million per day since September 30, 2002. Indeed,
it can clearly be seen the the US is going broke faster then the Soviet Union did

Due to the troubles of American Meddling, An Capitalist Gorvernment and so on,
South Vietnam was attacked was taken over by North Vietnam who sell another
a more compassionate government. Now Iraq is also dead, its corpse turned over
to feed the US media.

All major surveys show that the USA has steadily declined in the world economy.
America is very sick and its long term survival prospects are very dim. If
the USA is to survive at all it will be among a broken collection of warring
factions. America continues to decay. Nothing short of a miracle could save
it at this point in time. For all practical purposes, the United States of America is dead.

Fact: The USA is dying

Question (0)

tomstdenis (446163) | more than 10 years ago | (#8695131)

Now I'm not a nuklear engineer or anything but why don't they just build reactors underground? I'd imagine a 100m of soil on top would help [though probably not stop] a radiation leak of sorts?

Or is there something fundamentally barring this idea?

Tom

Oh, dear God, no. (4, Informative)

James A. M. Joyce (764379) | more than 10 years ago | (#8695151)

That would make things much worse in the event of a meltdown. The radioactivity has to go somewhere, and instead of being pelted into the air or lingering in and around the reactor it would wind up getting leached into the soil and causing massive contamination of any watercourses within a few kilometres, which would probably be even worse and slow down long-term dispersal of radioactive particles.

Re:Oh, dear God, no. (4, Informative)

dfenstrate (202098) | more than 10 years ago | (#8695260)

It's radioactive particles that cause contamination of groundwater, not radiation. You could irradiate water all you wanted, and it wouldn't make a lick of difference to the people who drank it.

So the question then becomes to make the reactor vessel, associated piping, and the building strong enough to contain radioactive particles under worst case accident scenarios.

This we can do at groundlevel. (groundlevel, meaning near the surface. The top of the uranium fuel at my power plant is 40 ft below ground level, but still above the water table. And there's a whole lot of steel and reinforced concrete between the fuel and the groundwater table)

So why not put it below ground?
1. Cost.
2. No point, as there are other ways to contain the issue.

Groundwater (3, Informative)

Amiga Lover (708890) | more than 10 years ago | (#8695166)

Groundwater. Contaminated groundwater, and LOTS of it.

Re:Question (2, Informative)

AlecC (512609) | more than 10 years ago | (#8695172)

Well, Chernobyl blew its 12 foot thick reinforced concrete lid far enough into the air to flip over. And all that heat has to go somewhere - you'd probably end up with a local volcano.

Then, when it all cools down, groundwater will get into it and spread radiation throughout the watershed. If it didn't boil of as radioactive steam first. Think of the problems if a reactor in the upper reaches of the Missouri explodes, and radioactive water contaminates the whole Mississippi-Missouri water system. Not fun.

Re:Question (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 10 years ago | (#8695181)

Well, Chernobyl blew its 12 foot thick reinforced concrete lid far enough into the air to flip over

Actually it ended up blowing it into space if I remember correctly, one of the few non launched pieces of space junk up there.

Re:Question (1)

dfenstrate (202098) | more than 10 years ago | (#8695237)

You don't remember correctly. It's precariously perched on top of whatever is left of the reactor core. If it fell down, and they don't patch the holes in the sarcophagus around the plant, it could kick up enough dust to make the area glow a little more.

Which is why there's a 300km verboten zone around it.

Re:Question (1)

HeghmoH (13204) | more than 10 years ago | (#8695331)

They more or less do build them under "ground", where the "ground" in this case is a great thickness of steel-reinforced concrete, which is exactly what did stop the radiation leak at TMI.

Mandatory troll # 5,613 (-1, Troll)

Thaidog (235587) | more than 10 years ago | (#8695157)

I now give the entire world rights to all the Pimento Cheese. I don't why it's still around or why you fools like it... but damn it, it's yours.

Oh little isle, of 3 Mile... (4, Funny)

AtariAmarok (451306) | more than 10 years ago | (#8695164)

"Oh little isle, of 3 Mile. How still you make us die.
Above the town of Middletown, the glowing clouds scud by.
Yet in thy dark streets shineth, the everlasting glow.
We'll all mutate, and radiate. And then we'll die, you know"

Re:Oh little isle, of 3 Mile... (3, Insightful)

dfenstrate (202098) | more than 10 years ago | (#8695218)

This was probably written by some pansy-ass literature major with too much time on her hands, no technical knowledge, and an activist bent. The kind of idiot who dresses up in pink and does interpretive dance to try to influence matters she hasn't taken the time to really understand.

How such horrible, idiotic poetry could be modded up is beyond me.

Incidentally, TMI's miniscule radiation release was projected to cause less than 1 extra death for the hundreds of thousands of people potentially exposed. INCLUDING THE PEOPLE WHO WORKED THERe, who would get the worst exposure.

Consequences of cheap nuclear power? (4, Insightful)

wombatmobile (623057) | more than 10 years ago | (#8695171)

I noticed recently that in Arizona so few people have clotheslines. It is 100 degrees and sunny for most of the year there, but most people still seem to dry their clothes in the electric clothes dryer.

That approach is not as common in Australia, where we take advantage of 100 degrees of sunshine to get our clothes nice and dry.

Are we weird, or what?

Re:Consequences of cheap nuclear power? (4, Funny)

joelsanda (619660) | more than 10 years ago | (#8695195)

Interesting - Austrailia must not have HOAs (Home Owners Associations) similar to those in the U.S.? My HOA policy is fairly forgiving on that piece: I can use a clothesline but it has to be a 'temporary' one that is taken down after it's use. Maybe I'll run a long extension cord from our laundry on the second floor of our house and put my dryer in the yard. Nothing in the HOA rules state running appliances can't be used in the yard! That way I can dry my clothes outside in the sunshine and still thumb my nose at the Kyoto Protocol. American Green ;-)

Re:Consequences of cheap nuclear power? (1, Insightful)

henrik (98) | more than 10 years ago | (#8695350)

How come that in _free_ USA you are not allowed to do what you want on your own property? Sounds a lot like USSR to me...

Re:Consequences of cheap nuclear power? (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 10 years ago | (#8695221)

Are we weird, or what?

A little, yes, but that's just us :)

That approach is not as common in Australia, where we take advantage of 100 degrees of sunshine to get our clothes nice and dry.

I'd rather peg clothes out in sunshine and have a complete load ALL dry in fifteen minutes rather than wait for a clothesdryer, personally.

Arizona (2, Funny)

WillRobinson (159226) | more than 10 years ago | (#8695249)

Well you could dry them outside, if you like to have your pockets full of dust when you bring them in.

Re:Consequences of cheap nuclear power? (1, Insightful)

Anonymous Coward | more than 10 years ago | (#8695275)

It's telling that this comment got modded as funny. We've been conditioned by Maytag and Kenmore and other appliance manufacturers that washers and dryers are better for clothers. There's also a very real discrimination against those who use clothes lines. "Whassamatter? You can't *afford* a dryer?"

By many US standards I am considered to have a very comfortable life financially. In my home country my family was considered very wealthy. But even though hanging clothes was considered a normal part of life before (i.e., even the "rich" did it, or rather, had the domestic help do it), over in the US people are so concerned with how "ghetto" this appears that homeowners associations actually ban clothes lines.

Re:Consequences of cheap nuclear power? (2, Funny)

Anonymous Coward | more than 10 years ago | (#8695278)

Arizona actually uses very little of the power generated by the Palo Verde nuclear power plant. We sell it to California to power their espresso machines. :)

As for drying your clothes outside, it fades your clothes very fast. It is hot and dry enough in AZ that all you need to do is put your clothes on a rack inside your house, and they'll dry while you are at work.

Re:Consequences of cheap nuclear power? (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 10 years ago | (#8695295)

As for drying your clothes outside, it fades your clothes very fast.

Surely this is no worse than walking aroud outside. Not to say walking around a lot is a good idea during the summer, in Arizona...

Re:Consequences of cheap nuclear power? (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 10 years ago | (#8695335)

The big difference is what happens next. After drying your clothes, you want to be able to put them on and walk around. After walking around in your clothes, you want to take them off and wash them. See?

Re:Consequences of cheap nuclear power? (1)

ocie (6659) | more than 10 years ago | (#8695328)

I notice that I get a lot more lint on my clothes when I dry them outdoors. Maybe I need a better lint filter on the washer.

too bad they stopped building them... (3, Interesting)

DangerSteel (749051) | more than 10 years ago | (#8695176)

I remember reading about nuclear power plants that were in the middle of construction when TMI happened. And then the projects went dead. Uneducated people were scared to let the plants be continued, ( in my best Hank Hill voice ) and those damn hippies needed to get jobs, and that's partly why we are way behind in providing power today. Witness events like the brownouts in California and the big power outage last year in the northeast U.S.

Re:too bad they stopped building them... (2, Insightful)

necrogram (675897) | more than 10 years ago | (#8695255)

One fact I picked up over the years is since TMI, no one's ever applied for a new permit from the NRC

Re:too bad they stopped building them... (0)

tilmanb (739889) | more than 10 years ago | (#8695300)

> Witness events like the brownouts in California and the big power outage last year in the northeast U.S.

The power outage was imho completely unrelated to a lack of energy in the wires. Correct me if im wrong.

Honestly - did anyone read the Club of Rome publications on sustainable deveolpment -- or, ANYTHING on sd?

TMTOWTDI in dealing with a 'lack' of energy:
- try to cut down on energy use
- provide more energy
- ...

The very thing about sustainable development is that we are not to go 'back to the cave', but we are to use and develop our technology in a way that will enable future generations to live.

Re:too bad they stopped building them... (5, Informative)

XavierItzmann (687234) | more than 10 years ago | (#8695314)

People do not realize that:

1) 80% of electricity in France is nuclear (Paris vacation, anyone?)
2) There is more radiation in the U.S. Congress due to its granite construction than is permitted outside a nuclear plant
3) If you take 4 cross-country airplane trips, you get more radiation than allowed at nuclear plants
4) If you live in mountains (Colorado) you also get more radiation, due to the altitude
5) Best estimates are for 325 long term general population deaths arising out of the Chernobyl radiation escape. Guess how many cancers due to oil/coal burning plants elsewhere?
6) Current nuke plant designs have a bias for automatically stopping the reaction at the slightest or even gravest out of spec situation. Imagine your car's engine designed to stop every time you rev up/speed/your dome light burns out.

Fact is, greenies have scared the public, we are currently poisoning our air with oil/coal power plants, creating thousands of new cancers every year. Thanks, tree-huggers.

Nuclear far more poisonous than coal (-1, Troll)

Anonymous Coward | more than 10 years ago | (#8695352)

we are currently poisoning our air with oil/coal power plants

These are far less poisonous than nuclear is.
If you still insist otherwise, go ahead. Sleep with a container of nuclear waste on your nightstand (closed), or a container of coal dust (opened). Which would you choose?

6) Current nuke plant designs have a bias for...

However, the majority of operating plants do not have these designs.

1) 80% of electricity in France is nuclear (Paris vacation, anyone?)

No thanks. Not after the outrageous French actions in regards to the Saddam Hussein situation. I wonder if the nuclear radiation has anything to do with their irrational pro-terrorist actions.

What surprises me... (5, Interesting)

James A. M. Joyce (764379) | more than 10 years ago | (#8695178)

...is seeing how the fuck these accidents actually happen. Both Chernobyl and TMI seem to be based on a ridiculous chain of events fuelled by unfortunate coincidence, fallible mensuration equipment and human idiocy.

For instance, at TMI, there was a massive chain of events going like this (I'm taking this from the Wikipedia article). If any of these steps were omitted an accident never would've happened:

1. "The plant's main feedwater pumps in the secondary non-nuclear cooling system failed at about 4:00 a.m. on March 28, 1979"
2. "This failure was due to either a mechanical or electrical failure and prevented the steam generators from removing heat."
3. "First the turbine, then the nuclear reactor automatically shut down. Immediately, the pressure in the primary system (the nuclear portion of the plant) began to increase."
4. "to prevent that pressure from becoming excessive, the pressurizer relief valve (a valve located at the top of the pressurizer) opened."
5. "The valve should have closed when the pressure decreased by a certain amount, but it did not. Signals available to the operator failed to show that the valve was still open. As a result, the stuck-open valve caused the pressure to continue to decrease in the system."
6. "Meanwhile, another problem appeared elsewhere in the plant. The emergency feedwater system (backup to main feedwater) was tested 42 hours prior to the accident. As part of the test, a valve is closed and then reopened at the end of the test. But this time, through either an administrative or human error, the valve was not reopened -- preventing the emergency feedwater system from functioning."
7. "As the system pressure in the primary system continued to decrease, voids (areas where no water is present) began to form in portions of the system other than the pressurizer."
8. "Because of these voids, the water in the system was redistributed and the pressurizer became full of water."
9. "The level indicator, which tells the operator the amount of coolant capable of heat removal, incorrectly indicated the system was full of water."
10. "Thus, the operator stopped adding water. He was unaware that, because of the stuck valve, the indicator could, and in this instance did, provide false readings."

And so on and so forth. This is terrific shit. Seeing how many stages the thing went through just makes me glad this happened somewhere other than the decomposing USSR. With better engineering of measurement tools the whole thing would never have happened.

You left this out... (4, Informative)

Anonymous Coward | more than 10 years ago | (#8695231)

TMI used digital temperature readings for core temperatures. They started going up and up, but when they went above the highest temperature the instruments were designed to read, they started recording "???" instead of a number.

If they had used analog dials instead of digital readouts, the operators would have seen a bunch of dials all pegged high, instead of seeing what looked like an instrument failure.

Given that data, there's chance that when steam bubbles started forming in the primary system outside of the pressurizer (your "voids"), the operators would not have shut down the primary reactor coolant pumps (the big pumps that circulate water between the core and steam generators). The operators shut down those expensive pumps because the steam bubbles caused them to start cavitating, which would eventually destroy them. If those pumps had been kept running, the core would have received some cooling, and the operators would have known that more was wrong...

Maybe if the operators had known that core temps were going through the roof they would have acted totally differently.

PS - I have no idea how the operators could have missed a stuck-open relief valve - even a steam relief valve from the top of the pressurize. When those things lift, it sounds and feels like a train going by...

Re:What surprises me... (5, Insightful)

Anonymous Coward | more than 10 years ago | (#8695267)

With better engineering of measurement tools the whole thing would never have happened.
You have no idea buddy... take a look at the Presidential Report. Your above-included description lacks many other key elements that contributed to the factor. The failure that you list in (1) was most probably caused by cleaning the scrubber - the device that removes assorted crap from the incoming water into the secondary system. Unfortunately the scrubber regularly deposited large amounts of thick resin in the feedwater line. This resin is highly resiliant to chemical attack and needs to be cleaned away using a high pressure water hose. The control valve for the feedwater system works on pressurised air, and the cleaning process forced water and resin into the control system, resulting in a half open "8" (one of the valves, there's a complementary valve called a "12"). So the failure here was operational - Metropolitan Edison chose a poor method of cleaning.

There existed a secondary feedwater system, but unfortunately the operators had left the "8" of the secondary system closed (as mentioned in step 6). They didn't see the light telling them it was closed, as it was covered by a maintenance tag. If no stupid cardboard-tag based maintenancy strategy was used then they would have seen. The failure here was operator error/poor operational specification.

The operators didn't know that the PORV (pilot operated relief valve) was stuck open, and made assumptions about its behaviour. There was an emergency PORV-valve, known as a block valve. The operators didn't close this, despite the fact the drain temperature for the containment tank was over 2800 degrees farenheit, while normal operating temperature was in the range of 200. During a conference call with the senior Met. Ed. engineers they asked if this valve was closed. One of the operators said "yes", then covered the phone mouthpiece with his hands and shouted to the other engineer to close it. The failure here? Operator error and a terrible corporate culture that resulted in operators lying to senior engineers.

there's a shitload more problems with TMI, but to blindly say that this could have been solved by better engineering practice? No, you sir, are talking shit. A large number of the failings were operaional/human/organisational and outside the scope of any engineers ability to deal with.

Re:What surprises me...is needing glasses (1)

malia8888 (646496) | more than 10 years ago | (#8695289)

From the article : Both Chernobyl and TMI seem to be based on a ridiculous chain of events fuelled by unfortunate coincidence, fallible mensuration equipment and human idiocy.

Wow, I read that as "menstruation". Talk about a case of PMS.

The Difference Between TMI and Chernobyl (2, Insightful)

HeghmoH (13204) | more than 10 years ago | (#8695315)

You have a long chain of horrible coincidences which should have been stopped earlier. At TMI, it was finally stopped. What stopped it? The last-ditch measure that every sanely-designed reactor has; the giant, meters-thick steel-reinforced concrete containment dome. This is the reason why the explosion at TMI never went anywhere. The bright sparks behind the design of Chernobyl (and most other Soviet reactors) decided that their reactor didn't need such a safety measure. If Chernobyl had had a decent containment structure, it would have been a footnote in the list of nuclear accidents just like TMI is.

Gotta call mom (4, Interesting)

Triv (181010) | more than 10 years ago | (#8695182)

My mother used to work for General Public Utilities (the company that owned TMI) and was at the plant during the accident - it's probably the cause of my glowing personality. (rimshot).

In all seriousness, if anybody has any questions they'd like me to pass on I'd be more than willing to. I'll post the answers here or in a JE or somewhere.

Triv

Re:Gotta call mom (2, Interesting)

csirac (574795) | more than 10 years ago | (#8695254)

I've never really studied this incident, so here are my questions probably already answered out there..

Not trying to blame the operator or anything - but what level of understanding/theory did they have?

Were they aware that it was possible for the water level indicator to give incorrect readings?

Was there any "manual" way for an operator to casually check (sanity check) proper functioning if they suspected a fault, or would that have required additional personell/procedures?

I guess being in the 1970s, there would not be anywhere near the number of sensors possible these days.. but surely these valves would have been wired up to the monitoring station?

- Paul

Obligitory Simpsons quote... (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 10 years ago | (#8695193)

"Me in a nuclear power plant...KABOOM!"

Come on, you know you wanted it. Who's you daddy...

Counter Overflow? (1)

yudan (750605) | more than 10 years ago | (#8695207)

The counter at the bottom of the page has only 4 digits, I suppose it is going to be blown up by slashdotters. Just pray that the page is not hosted in TMI, we don't want to see another TMI! Another bad design without enough margin.

slashdot is run by communists (-1, Troll)

Anonymous Coward | more than 10 years ago | (#8695226)

seriously. you people need to stop being a bunch of luddites. nuke power is safe and effective. im tired of you whiny cowards holding back geeks who know more than you

Re:slashdot is run by communists (1, Insightful)

Anonymous Coward | more than 10 years ago | (#8695360)

hey, communists are anything but luddites. They built reactors (and most of them didn't go bang), launched the first satellite, and got the first human in space....

Or did you mean the use of the word 'communist' that seems to serve as a catch-all derogative amongst some Americans? Nice to see McCarthyism is alive and well, comrade!

from King Size Homer (4, Funny)

Anonymous Coward | more than 10 years ago | (#8695234)

From 3F05: [snpp.com]

Burns: Homer, your bravery and quick thinking have turned a potential Chernobyl into a mere Three Mile Island. Bravo!

Re:from King Size Homer (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 10 years ago | (#8695284)

Great quote and thanks for the great simpsons link!

Overexaggerated... (1)

rffmna (734875) | more than 10 years ago | (#8695253)

Ya, nuclear safty harzards can be devasting---nuclear radiation, random mutations, genetic diseaes, that's right. But the probability of such failures are so low compared to other power plants, such as those that use oil, fossil fuel, or natural gas. There were only 3, yes three, nuclear plant failures. One was very very minor. One was Three Miles Island, the last, notorious one, was Chernobyl.
At Three Miles Island, after the failure, they detected about .01% of radiation you would get if you get a normal X-Ray. That's way higher that if you would live near any other types of power plants. Under normal operations, nuclear power plants are far safer than conventional power plants. Conventional power plants can release a lot of CO2, and a failure can be devastating to environmental health. In addition, conventional power plants have few rules to follow. Conventional power plants put out green house gases that contribute to global warming. They can cause water/air pollution.
So what is bad about nuclear power plants? Their cost of assembling, operating and disassembling. It costs a LOT to build a powerplant. The builders have to use stronger well-consealed buildinds, emergency components. Because there is such paranoia about these plants, they have to be built away from urban areas, adding the cost of delivring that electricity to those who actually use it. and there is nuclear waste (more about it later..) and those expensive buildings last only 30 years due to nuclear fission. These buildings have to be torn down, or decommisioned, properly (not just bulldoze it) and disposed proper as they are radioactive wastes. Decommisioning alone can cost more than the construction. The wastes from opearting and decommisioning have to be stored somehwhere. Again, the paranoia forces them to put the waste in inhabitited areas. In U.S, most wastes are put in double-layer huge steal tanks ,and sank in lakes/seas or buried undergounrd. There is a program with this. Even though they are thick double-sealed walls, there is still a chance for leaking into water or undergrond water. There has to be periodic checks. There, nuclear power...it's just not econmically feasible.
Worse, back in the days of Soviet Russia, they desperately dumped the wastes into 3 seas in arctic ocean (cant remember name). Those seas are completely contaminated and lifeless.
There, the bad thing is not the danger, because there is worse danger from other power plants, than nuclear power plant. Hack, under normal operations, there is mich much more probability of you dying from other conventioanl plants, smoking, or even car accident ..than nuclear plants...

Toured TMI (4, Interesting)

arachnia (104881) | more than 10 years ago | (#8695281)

I used to work in the radiation safety field and went on a technical tour of TMI just before the change in owners (current owner is AmerGen).

We were able to visit some aspects of the non-functioning side - the cooling towers (I have photos I took while standing inside one [uiuc.edu] , and here's another [uiuc.edu] ), the empty turbine room, and the control room.

Surprisingly standing around the skeletons of the non-functioning cooling towers wasn't nearly as strange as comparing the turbine rooms between the functioning and non-functioning sides of the plant.

Anyone who has seen a turbine room in any kind of large power plant knows how huge they are. The turbine room used for the functioning reactor was hot, noisy, and full of intimidatingly large equipment. The huge emptiness of the unused turbine room was just plain strange in comparison.

IMNSHO, the worst thing about the TMI accident was the lack of communication both inside and outside of the plant. We can only hope that we've learned from our mistakes.

We should never forget (1)

Thoughtful (766098) | more than 10 years ago | (#8695285)

That more people died at Chappaquiddick than Three Mile Island. From this we can naturally conclude that being associated with the Presidency of the USA (even by being related, or being the mistress of a relative) is more dangerous then a Nuclear Power Station (as long as everybody is awake).

Hi. I'm Troy McClure (1, Funny)

Anonymous Coward | more than 10 years ago | (#8695302)

Hi. I'm Troy McClure. You might remember me from such nuclear-plant disaster shows and films as "The Chynna Syndrome: WWE Goes Nuclear!", and a little show called "The Simpsons".

Interface design (0, Troll)

Anonymous Coward | more than 10 years ago | (#8695309)

It's a good time to reflect on the impact it has had on our nuclear safety policy and interface design in general."

Yes, now we use Microsoft Windows to increase reliability and security of our Nuclear Power plants because in it we trust the safety of our population ;)

Green Glowing Cloud of Death (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 10 years ago | (#8695312)

"Yes, now we use Microsoft Windows to increase reliability and security of our Nuclear Power plants because in it we trust the safety of our population ;)"

see title.

Reminds me of a quote (5, Funny)

Bish.dk (547663) | more than 10 years ago | (#8695316)

Reminds me of a quote by Terry Pratchett [lspace.org] :

I once absend-mindedly ordered Three Mile Island dressing in a restaurant and, with great presence of mind, they brought Thousand Island Dressing and a bottle of chili sauce.

no more power plants (0)

p51d007 (656414) | more than 10 years ago | (#8695366)

Everyone complains that there isn't enough electricity.....well, the state of California has no one to blame but itself....they haven't built a new power plant in that state in YEARS. 20 years ago, there weren't any home computers....now everyone has one. People don't understand that when you plug something into a wall, it just doesn't come out magically....... I think because of the stupidity of TMI, the world missed its chance as a viable cheap means of power. In the USA, not one person has been killed in the nuclear power plants etc.......can't say that for coal...... Coal is a great resource, but the tree huggin' crowd doesn't like it because it pollutes. They don't like nuclear because of that stupid china syndrome move. Now, they don't seem to like wind power for a few reasons....the "not in my back yard" mentality of the idiots in the massachuttes area (kennedy, cronkite et al) don't want wind turbines spoiling their view, and now the bird lovers say birds are getting killed flying into the wind turbine blades....well, thinning the heard! Dumb ones die, smart ones live. One saying I still like....freeze to death in the dark you enviromentalist Ba*stards. LOL.....call me cold calouse, so.....doesn't bother me a bit. It's life, get over it....we are at the TOP of the food chain....not the other way around.
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