Burbuja.info - Foro de economía > > > Nuclear Game Over. Van a reformar los estandares de seguridad en todo el mundo.
Respuesta
 
Herramientas Desplegado
  #1  
Antiguo 28-mar-2011, 21:00
nemo4 nemo4 está desconectado
Excelentísimo, ilustrísimo, magnífico y grandísimo señor de élite de los gurús burbujistas
 
Fecha de Ingreso: 22-mayo-2006
Mensajes: 12.159
Gracias: 5.610
4.979 Agradecimientos de 2.332 mensajes
News Headlines

Vega, ya sabiamos todos que iba a pasar y que habria que meter muuucha pasta para aguantar la mierda de la nuclear.

Huele a subida de impuestos.


Responder Citando
  #2  
Antiguo 28-mar-2011, 21:01
nemo4 nemo4 está desconectado
Excelentísimo, ilustrísimo, magnífico y grandísimo señor de élite de los gurús burbujistas
 
Fecha de Ingreso: 22-mayo-2006
Mensajes: 12.159
Gracias: 5.610
4.979 Agradecimientos de 2.332 mensajes
UY se ma olvidao el texto

IAEA Calls for Atomic Safety Summit This Summer


Published: Monday, 28 Mar 2011 | 3:24 PM ET




By: Reuters


The U.N. atomic energy chief called a Vienna summit to tackle mounting concerns about nuclear safety, saying on Monday the international community needed a coordinated response in the wake of Japan's crisis.

<TABLE style="PADDING-BOTTOM: 0px; PADDING-LEFT: 0px; PADDING-RIGHT: 15px; PADDING-TOP: 5px" border=0 cellSpacing=0 cellPadding=0 width="1%" align=left><TBODY><TR><TD></TD></TR><TR><TD>
AP

Fukushima nuclear power plant shown on March 15, 2011.
<HR color=#c0c0c0 SIZE=1 noShade></TD></TR></TBODY></TABLE>
Japan is struggling to avert a severe meltdown at its Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant and officials said highly radioactive water had been leaking from the site hit by an earthquake and tsunami on March 11.
The disaster has prompted a rethink of nuclear power around the world, just as the technology was starting to regain momentum as a tool to fight global warming.
The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), which promotes peaceful uses of nuclear energy, would host the meeting, possibly in June, Director-General Yukiya Amano said.
He said ministers from 151 IAEA member states should attend.
"(The) political level is needed, this is a very important issue, this is not only for experts or technical people," he told a news conference.
Amano said the Vienna conference would discuss the initial assessment of the Japanese accident and look at where things went wrong. It would also focus on boosting atomic safety and seek ways to improve nuclear crisis-management.
The IAEA has been criticised in the media and privately by diplomats for being too slow to react to the crisis.
The agency has said it can only communicate the data Japan gives it and says it lacks the power to enforce nuclear safety standards, something it may now lobby to change.
Amano described the situation at the site as "very serious."
"The difficult situation has not been overcome and it will take time to stabilise the reactors. Radioactivity in the environment, foodstuffs and water is a matter of concern in the vicinity of the Fukushima plant and beyond," he said.
Radioactive Water
IAEA officials said they were especially concerned about pools of radioactive water that have accumulated in the plant.
"This water in the turbines... is also for us maybe now the big concern," IAEA official Miroslav Lipar said.
The radiation appeared to be coming from damaged fuel that was escaping from containment vessels even though the reactor cores seemed largely intact, officials said.
"I think that from pressure readings our feeling is this is not a major breach of the reactor pressure vessel or the primary containment vessel, but we don't know that for certain," Amano deputy Graham Andrew said.
Two subcontractors hospitalised for radiation exposure after stepping into the pools were released on Monday, the IAEA said.
Andrew said weekend tests in six Japanese prefectures had detected radioactive iodine in asparagus, celery, cabbage, chives, cucumbers, eggplant, leeks, mushrooms, parsley, tomatoes, spinach and other leafy vegetables, strawberries and watermelon.
One sample of hana wasabi taken last week in Fukushima showed unacceptably high levels of iodine and caesium, he said.
Andrew said it was too early to draw conclusions about the impact of contaminated seawater on marine food.
Officials played down news that Fukushima's operator had found reactor-grade plutonium in soil at the plant.
"It means that there is degradation of the fuel, which is not news. We have been saying that consistently for so many days," IAEA safety chief Denis Flory told reporters.



Responder Citando
  #3  
Antiguo 28-mar-2011, 21:42
TrueBilman TrueBilman esta en línea ahora
Ilustrísimo y grandísimo miembro de la selecta élite de los gurús burbujistas
 
Fecha de Ingreso: 13-enero-2011
Ubicación: Euskadistán Occidental
Mensajes: 6.214
Gracias: 62
8.047 Agradecimientos de 2.760 mensajes
Principio número 1 del listado de principios que rigen la prevención de riesgos laborales (Ley 31/1995 de 18 de noviembre):

1.- Evitar los riesgos.

Así a modo de ejemplo.


Responder Citando
  #4  
Antiguo 28-mar-2011, 21:51
Un-tal-Ivan Un-tal-Ivan está desconectado
Excelentísimo, ilustrísimo, magnífico y grandísimo señor de élite de los gurús burbujistas
 
Fecha de Ingreso: 13-febrero-2007
Ubicación: por ahora, fuera del cementerio
Mensajes: 13.171
Gracias: 8.229
18.041 Agradecimientos de 5.224 mensajes
Los Gobiernos y las electrícas...¡¡todos a una!!...

Nos tienen "cogidos" por los güevos, con que haya uno o dos "apagones", pronto comenzarán con el "mantra" del "deficit" de potencia eléctrica.

Y "convencerán" al vulgo, que las nucleares son "necesarias" para que al menos sigamos teniendo luz en nuestras calles, fábricas y hogares.

¡¡HABRÁ BURBUJA DE APAGONES A PARTIR DEL PRÓXIMO VERANO POR TODO EL ORBE!!.

¡¡QUE LO TIÉN TÓ INVENTAO!!.


Responder Citando
Estos 3 usuarios dan las gracias a Un-tal-Ivan por su mensaje:
  #5  
Antiguo 28-mar-2011, 23:25
Minsky Moment Minsky Moment está desconectado
ir-
 
Fecha de Ingreso: 14-febrero-2009
Ubicación: Oceanía (1984)
Mensajes: 49.400
Gracias: 21.011
73.358 Agradecimientos de 24.392 mensajes
Iniciado por TrueBilman Ver Mensaje
Principio número 1 del listado de principios que rigen la prevención de riesgos laborales (Ley 31/1995 de 18 de noviembre):

1.- Evitar los riesgos.

Así a modo de ejemplo.

No vivas...


Responder Citando
Respuesta

Etiquetas
se dice nucelar

Herramientas
Desplegado


Temas Similares
Tema Autor Foro Respuestas Último mensaje
¿Y si todo el desastre nuclear fuera mentira? Negrofuturo Conspiraciones 302 12-abr-2011 08:26
Por qué todo el mundo debe a todo el mundo y nadie puede pagar Sleepwalk Burbuja Inmobiliaria 4 23-ene-2011 13:14
Game Over !La Seguridad Social no podrá comprar deuda española por su bajo 'rating' Caesar7 Burbuja Inmobiliaria 44 26-dic-2010 15:21
Corredor pagará hasta 3.500 euros a los promotores por cada VPO que cumpla estándares El_Presi Burbuja Inmobiliaria 2 07-may-2009 19:46
El arsenal nuclear que amenaza al mundo saquetas de Goldman Política 23 23-ene-2009 19:39


La franja horaria es GMT +1. Ahora son las 16:21.