Saturday, October 22, 2011

Jellyfish manage to stop a nuclear plant in Scotland

Dozens of times I have efforts and campaigns for various associations environmentalists against nuclear energy. However those who have actually managed to halt nuclear activities have been the jellyfish! Yes, as escucháis… a group of jellyfish have been forced to stop production at a nuclear plant in United Kingdom. We told you about this strange news.

The jellyfish appeared in the vicinity of the plant of EDF Energy's Torness in Scotland, putting at risk the suction of water for the cooling of the reactor. For this reason the two reactors are unemployed since Wednesday.
This unfortunately not will remain for a long time that the nuclear power plant operators are working to send the jellyfish away from the waters near the station, and estimated that reactor 1 could return to service on July 5 and the reactor 2, on 6 July.
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