Tuesday, April 5, 2011

Old folks talk

Forget this blog!  It just causes me grief going up against the stony Japanese faces of our nuclear industry.  We now find what corruption this hid in Japan with all their falsified safety reports.  Here, it's too much work to falsify anything, so it's just selective truth.

So, I'm arranging my talk at the old folks home.  This modern facility has all the stuff for a slide show, but I like to get down to audience participation.  I'll do my slinky's and I'll simulate fault rupture with people!



Still working on details.

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

Is attendance restricted to those over 65? Is it taking place in a church basement in clarington?


Now for a semi-off-topic question: Do you have earthquake insurance?

Anonymous said...

Can I bring the kids?
P of the resonant lines...

Harold Asmis said...

No, you can't attend if you can remember the talk afterward! With eq-ins. I have said that if you didn't feel last summer's earthquake, you don't need it. I never felt it.

Anonymous said...

Drat!

So I was at the CNSC show in Curtis and a Health Canada fellow told me everyone was happy, ncluding him, that they were assured that the worst case R6 event could be withstood.

Give me a question.
I would ask. Do feel 30 year old analysis is current, and that seismic research has not moved forward in 30 years? Is this responsible?
T
P of resonating lines

Harold Asmis said...

Geez, maybe you can go to the talk after all! :) My whole blog has been dedicated to the fact that you can't sit on 30 year old assumptions. I'm leaving now....

Anonymous said...

Video: jrpcnsc.canadacast.ca

If you want to pose a question to the panel, speak to Julie. She is short and dark longish hair and sits at the back to the left as you enter.
She can bend the situation to let an non-registered-intervener ask a question.
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Harold Asmis said...

No, I have left this nuclear biz behind me. :) They will continue to wallow in ignorance and everybody will be happy. Besides, I'm really scared how the Bruce Thing could miss its deadline without a trace!

Anonymous said...

Scuz my ignorance, but what scares you about it?

Harold Asmis said...

Puleeze! They were going on and on about how it was coming out in the first quarter. They even had a lady with a rock core talk about it! The documents mention it. And now the deadline is past, not even a single media outlet asks about it. How can that not be scary! :)

ps. I'm not really scared...