-the 'mouthing off' was done by ewe're fellow nukescum buddies of EN/VY before the town and the people, in the Bratt Board of Selectmen and aired on cable access tv.<quoted text>
Let me know when you find the quote you keep mouthing off about there dummy.
Oh but ewe want their exact words so as to ridiculously nitpick about what exactly they meant? They talked about the difference in design between Chernobyl's graphite-cooled design and the GE Mark I BWR and stressed that a 'Chernobyl can't happen here'. Yeah, but a Fukushima (with what they claimed was a much better/safer design) DID!
When I heard them excrete their pro-Mark I propaganda back then I figured it was BS but I didn't know about (and they didn't mention) the famous 'GE Three' and I didn't know that a few years later they're claim would be Proven as Total BS, and mean another Chernobyl yet even Worse- which HAS become the case- exactly what they told Bratt would not happen with the Mark I design reactor !
I offered to try to find the tape if I had the date of the presentation
It ain't my fault that the Selectboard etc. never transcribed everything said in their meetings and puts them online and google-able- What friggin town/city does??
So if ewe can't find out the date from ewe're nukenut industry pals of when they did that shuck & jive show that's not my fault either
Ask EN/VY head of PR Larry Smith if he has record of it
Former US Official: War in Ukraine could cause disaster worse than Chernobyl and Fukushima
Situation calls for far greater global concern
Multiple scenarios result in meltdown Foreign Minister:Potential threat to many nuclear facilities
Bennett Ramberg, U.S. State Department policy analyst in the Bureau of Politico-Military Affairs under President George H.W. Bush
Ukraine confronts a nuclear specter of a different kind [than Chernobyl,] the possibility that the countrys reactors could become military targets in the event of a Russian invasion
the sheer scale of Ukraines nuclear enterprise calls for far greater global concern
aging plants provide 40% of Ukraines electricity
Wartime conditions would prevent emergency crews from getting to an affected plant