Bakit pinahinto ni Cory Aquino ang bataan nuclear plant?

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Offline Hitad

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As the title says  :)




Offline judE_Law

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opinyon ko lang po ulit ha.. ;D

Pinahinto ang Bataan Nuclear Plant dahil malaki ang galit ni Aquino kay Marcos. Ginatungan na lang ng kung anu-anong kuwento ng kurakot at pandarambong para mas lalong mahinto at huwag nang buksan ang planta, pero, ipinasa ni Aquino sa mahihirap ang pagbabayad nito sa Amerika. Gaya ng Ginawa ni Erap sa Expo Filipino, ipinasara niya ito dahil iyon ay isa sa naiwang legacy ni Ramos.. kinansela rin ang nakatakda sanang World Expo sa bansa. Inakusahan din ng Korupsiyon pero wala namang nangyari.

Ganyan talaga kapag pinairal ang poot, at hindi ang pagmamahal sa bayan at susunod na henerasyon.


Offline Hitad

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true mukhang galit nga ang dahilan.
suddenly may nakita akong video, I don't know if it was Marcos who was speaking though...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CLShlMhclTY&feature=related

Offline judE_Law

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true mukhang galit nga ang dahilan.
suddenly may nakita akong video, I don't know if it was Marcos who was speaking though...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CLShlMhclTY&feature=related

hmmm... mahirap paniwalaan yung boses kung si Macoy nga..
pero maganda yung mensahe.

Offline Rainmate

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Aside from that reasons presented above, I also think the government looked into the case of Chernobyl. Yung nagkaroon ng leak sa isang nuclear plant in Chernobyl in Ukraine. A super major nuclear disaster happened there in April of 1986. Many people died as the nuclear stuff traveled borders through WIND. :(

Siguro natakot din tayo dun since the moment something wrong happens in bataan, pati yung waters natin damay. :|


Offline pinoybrusko

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safety and environmental issues ang main reason for its closure

Offline Hitad

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If that was the case sayang naman. Japan meron din silang nuclear plant.

Sayang din yung ginastos na inabot ng bilyong dolyares.

Offline pinoybrusko

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hinde sayang yun. Mas importante ang safety at buhay ng mga tao na malapit sa vicinity ng Bataan Nuclear Plant. Hinde pa tayo ganun ka ready to secure 100% safe ang Nuclear Plant. Besides may environmental issues din ito that will affect the living organisms in the sea and will pollute the area as well.

Tama, Ang Bataan Plant ang magreresolve ng power defficiency sa pinas, pero hinde lang ang factor na ito ang dapat na ikonsider.

Offline Hitad

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Sayang yun kasi more than 2 billion dollars paid to Westinghouse yung nagastos. Hindi naman sila gagastos ng malaki kung walang patutunguhan and I believe they've conducted various researches for it to develop. We have lots of things that are bad for the environment such as the vehicles.
Iisang nuclear plant lang yan compared to other countries na inaabot ng 2 digits.

Ang dami ng nasayang like Meralco.
Pati nga ngayon yung mrt at lrt baka privatize na.

Offline judE_Law

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here are some of the countries na mayroong nuclear power:

 Argentina
 Armenia
 Belgium
 Brazil
 Bulgaria
 Canada
 China (PRC)
 Czech Republic
 Finland
 France
 Germany
 Hungary
 India
 Japan
 Korea, South (ROK)
 Mexico
 Netherlands
 Pakistan
 Romania
 Russia
 Slovakia
 Slovenia
Croatia
 South Africa
 Spain
 Sweden
 Switzerland
 Taiwan (ROC)
 Ukraine
 United Kingdom
 United States

karamihan sa mga bansa na ito ay mauunlad...
sa tingin ko hindi safety at environmental issue ang dahilan ng pagsasara ng Bataan Nuclear Power PLant.. besides, andiyan na yan eh, ginastusan na, so bakit kailangan pang ipasara?


Offline Hitad

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« Last Edit: March 09, 2011, 09:23:28 AM by Hitad »

Offline Hitad

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Well as they say, there may be disadvantage in any given option. If we choose to live without oil then some people would go bankrupt, lose their jobs etc. while choosing the other one can also lead to  such disadvantages given this source: http://www.brighthub.com/environment/renewable-energy/articles/7730.aspx

Marami na din tayong hydroelectric powerplants. Given the war thingy, it is inevitable na may mamatay at nasa konstitusyon na rin ng bansang Pilipinas na hindi tayo makikisabak sa anumang klaseng gyera.

Wala naman sa isip ko na ipagpatuloy ito pero dahil pinahinto ito kung kailan malapit na siyang matapos ay parang wirdo yata.

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Teka paclarify lang...
What war?
and what do you mean by the inevitable death?
hinde ko gets yung relationship nya with the hydroelectric power plant...


And would you give that responsibility to the current administrations?? of course not. What more kung magkaroon ng war... all the enemy needs to do is bomb the power plant and poof goes manila with radiation. Too risky.

Di ko sigurp na emphasize ng maayos.
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Okay sige we will conclude na itong pangyaayring ito ay dulot ng "kamalasan".
My query is solved. I will leave up to the more curious ones.

Offline eLgimiker0

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singit lang ah


Marcos - Media Blackout
Aquino - National Brownout

Offline pinoybrusko

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even if Japan and other countries are more sure 100% to secure their nuclear plants, ibang usapan na pag tinamaan ng natural phenomenon like earthquakes and the like.

so, siguro naman malinaw na ang meaning ng safety and environmental issues tungkol sa pagclose ng Bataan Plant  ;D

Ipangalandakan niyo pa ang mga developed countries using this type of power source  :P kahit ang Japan walang magawa sa earthquake