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#21 Feb 13, 2010
This piece was better written than anything I have written.
If it was about their desire to restore trust, they would stop using pipes that might be leaking until they were proven to NOT be leaking.
They would stop using the pipes even if it meant they had to power down.
#22 Feb 13, 2010
They could have a have a tissue paper worth pipe wall thickness and still not be leaking. The question is what types of engineering codes and piping characteristics...what is the quality of the encasement of those pipes, to carry the highest expected radioactivity and length of service.
How protected from a leak do we want to be...how protected are the stockholders from cleaning up a leak....from the lost of credibility.
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