The actual situation at Oyster Creek

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Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

#1 Nov 27, 2012
There is no big secret that Sandy became hardness for nuclear power plants along its way, and it's not surprising that people want Oyster Creek nuke safety measures reviewed on one of the oldest US nuclear power stations ( ) which construction is similar to Fukushima. Well, their concern is quite reasonable because there is a threat of the further aggravation of the situation at Oyster Creek. Station's systems responsible for cooling of the reactor were heavily damaged and failed. Of course we got reserve systems, but they work at their limit, so in the case of another hurricane Oyster Creek simply won't make it and in fact we live on a nuclear bomb that ready to explode! So it was too early to lift the alert.

Phenix City, AL

#2 Nov 27, 2012
Sancta simplicitas!

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