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Dr Keith Barnham goes through some of the terminal problems at the Hinkley C nuclear power station site

Public Enquiry 6th Oct 2018 Dr Keith Barnham goes through some of the terminal problems at the Hinkley
C nuclear power station site

– ‘Radioactive mud’ test have been for gamma radiation, not alpha which shows up plutonium

– Economics of nuclear no longer viable

– Bridgwater Bay tidal lagoon would produce an equivalent amount of electricity

– France and China are not building any more nuclear power but have industries which are looking to expand anywhere guillible enough to take them

– Tory government have put the brakes on renewable energy to artificially prop up the dying nuclear industry

– this is a project the nuclear industry want, but nobody else does. Activists call for halt to ‘nuclear mud’ dumping off Wales. Campaigners say sediment has not been tested properly and may do ‘irreversible harm’ Among those backing
the objectors is the Emeritus Prof Keith Barnham, a distinguished research fellow in the physics department at Imperial College London, who argues it is possible that large amounts of uranium and dangerous levels of plutonium could have reached the mud when cooling water from the decommissioned Hinkley Point A was discharged.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fL5mnD6HrzA&feature=youtu.be

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October 8, 2018 - Posted by | politics, UK

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