Whistleblowing at San Onofre nuclear power plant

“I may not have a job tomorrow for what I’m about to say, but that’s fine. Because I made a promise to my daughter that if no one else talked about what happened on Friday, that I would.” With those words, David Fritch, an OSHA employee assigned to the San Onofre nuclear power plant site began his public statement at the August 9, 2018 Community Engagement Panel meeting in Oceanside, California. Mr. Fritch went on to describe an incident he had observed on August 3rd during the loading of a heavy canister containing deadly radioactive materials into a silo just yards above the beach at the plant site. Many believe that what he reported narrowly missed resulting in a damaged or ruptured canister that could have caused a major nuclear disaster on the Southern California coast, potentially affecting the entire state and nation.

 

Toestand in de Wereld Afl 105 van gas en God los

In deze aflevering geeft onze burchtheer wat tegengas. De groene manie is compleet doorgeslagen en met grote haast moet alles en iedereen zich schikken naar nieuwe regelgeving omtrent gasaansluitingen. Deze regelgeving was dat vroeger bij nieuwbouw er een gasaansluiting moest zijn en dat is nu afgeschaft. Maar de afschaffing van deze verplichting draait nu uit op een de facto verbod op nieuwe gasaansluitingen. Waarom wordt dit gedaan terwijl de cijfers aangeven dat het een domme zet is? Daarop komt Sassen met zijn Groene New Deal theorie. Hoe dat zit, kunt u zelf bekijken in deze video.

Nieuwe goedkope methode ontwikkeld voor produceren #waterstof

Researchers from the University of Houston and the California Institute of Technology have reported an inexpensive hybrid catalyst capable of splitting water to produce hydrogen, suitable for large-scale commercialization. Most systems to split water into its components – hydrogen and oxygen – require two catalysts, one to spur a reaction to separate the hydrogen and a second to produce oxygen. The new catalyst, made of iron and dinickel phosphides on commercially available nickel foam, performs both functions.

http://www.uh.edu/news-events/stories/2018/june2018/06292018ren-bifunctional-catalyst.php