Palisades nuclear plant leak released low dose of radioactive water into Lake Michigan, NRC says

May 10, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: MLive.com

Palisades Nuclear Power Plant remains offline while employees and inspectors continue work to identify and repair a leaky refueling tank that the NRC said resulted in 79 gallons of "slightly" radioactive water being drained in Lake Michigan.

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Anonymous

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May 10, 2013
 
There is a town meeting in SoHa on the 14th at 7.
Downtown guy

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It's not a town meeting. It's an informational open house sponsored by Palisades, and was scheduled before all this stuff happened.
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Expect the petrodollar-funded antinuksters to be out in force.
LulZsec

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Palisades is a death-trap. Look at all of the citations in just the past two years, and ignore the citations prior to two years ago. A rapid, spontaneous, major problem is preparing to occur while the persons involved are doing their best to shut down any attempts to surface the issues.
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"attempts to surface the issues"?

huh? what language is that?

"death-trap"?
puhleeze.....
BDV

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May 23, 2013
 
"Palisades is a death-trap."
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Well, here we go, the usual antinuke hustlers, hustling their standard fare of hysteria hisytrionics.
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Well I'm surprised it took'em one week, actually.

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