Bakit pinahinto ni Cory Aquino ang bataan nuclear plant?

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Offline Iyzman02

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"Wala tayong sapat na kakayahan para magmaintain ng isang nuclear plant" sabi nila... parati namang issue ang budget...instead na mag-focus ang gobyerno sa bangayan tungkol sa energy issues, bkit hindi nila pagtuunan ng pansin kung papaano mapapabuti o mapapagana ng safe ang nuclear plant, para masolve ang walang humpay na problema natin sa kuryente...tama si marcos, (kahit hindi ako maka-marcos), 20 years starting from the year na sinabi nya un bagsak na ang Mahal kong Pilipinas.

Think about how Marcos make the Philippines as the "Most powerful country in Asia"! Ngun nasan tyo?kasi kontrahan ng kontrahan ano nangyari? hanggang ngun wala....

Mabubulok na lang ang planta ng hindi napagana, sayang ang pondo... Sana dumating ang time na mapagana ng maayos yang nuclear plant natin... Hindi lang naman isang tao mag-be-benefits nito, tayong lahat na nasa Pinas...




Offline jamapi

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alam ni cory ang nangyari sa hills have eyes at saka sa wrong turn. magiging cannibal ang makakalanghap ng nuclear radiation.  :P :P :P

Offline Hitad

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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

Okay. Tignan natin ang Japan ngayon kung itutuloy nila ang kanilang Nuclear tools. We'll see if this is a warning to them or if their necessities can overcome that catastrophic warning.

Offline judE_Law

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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

Okay. Tignan natin ang Japan ngayon kung itutuloy nila ang kanilang Nuclear tools. We'll see if this is a warning to them or if their necessities can overcome that catastrophic warning.

its not just Japan.. tignan din natin ang iba pang bansa kung itutuloy pa rin ba nila yung sa kanila..

Offline carpediem

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^ Report has it that Germany is shutting down pre-1980 plants.

http://www.reuters.com/article/2011/03/15/germany-nuclear-idUSLDE72E17620110315


Offline judE_Law

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^ Report has it that Germany is shutting down pre-1980 plants.

http://www.reuters.com/article/2011/03/15/germany-nuclear-idUSLDE72E17620110315

that's pre-1980 what about yung iba?

Offline carpediem

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^ It seems to be more political than just plain safety considerations.

Offline carpediem

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Related post http://www.pinoyguyguide.com/forums/index.php?topic=2084.msg116624#msg116624 where I posted the safety features of a nuclear plant.

They say that nuclear plants are actually statistically safer than coal and diesel. There are actually more people who died of accidents related to coal and diesel plants. These are just few although more frequent but less reported. The environmental impact of coal and diesel related accidents (e.g. oil spill) are also comparable to radioactive damage from nuclear accidents.

Granted, the question is if the safety standards of the BNPP can withstand high-intensity quakes and tsunamis. And this being in the Philippines, ignorance, indolence, and mediocrity must also be taken into consideration.
« Last Edit: March 16, 2011, 12:13:32 PM by carpediem »

Offline judE_Law

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^ It seems to be more political than just plain safety considerations.


that's what i'm actually trying to point sa topic na 'to. wala lang.

Offline marvinofthefaintsmile

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tapos ibinigay ng aquino sa lopez ang meralco at ang bunga nito ay nagtaas ang ating bayarin sa kuryente..

samantala..

si marcos eh ibinigay nya sa gobyerno ang meralco at ang bunga nito ay mababang singil sa kuryente..

sino ngayon ang pahirap sa bayan?

Offline Lanchie

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Masyadong marming factors to consider.

The question would always be: Can we maintain a nuclear power plant safely?

Offline marvinofthefaintsmile

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Well, sana buhayin ulit. White Westinghouse ang gumawa ng Bataan nuclear power plant. We all know that is a famous international brand. Epekto nito: magiging masmura ang kuryente natin.

Unfortunately, gumagamit ng petrolyo ang Meralco kaya kung tumaas ang presyo nito na nangyayari ngayon, tataas din ang singil nila.