SAN DIEGO — The cause of a leak in 2012 that led to the permanent shutdown of the San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station was steam generators being deliberately run too hot, too hard and too fast, according to a report released Tuesday by an independent watchdog organization. 271 more words
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Before planning our vacation, I couldn’t find any first hand information of peoples’ experiences, so here’s ours.
From the start, it was confusing gaining access to the actual cottage site.The GPS directed us to the San Onofre exit that is open to the public, but you cannot access the military grounds via this route, its completely closed off. 1,286 more words
What replaced San Onofre?
It sounds like a pretty simple question, and the answer is actually pretty simple. To the first order, San Onofre, a low carbon nuclear facility in California that stopped operating in early 2012, was replaced with natural gas generation. 1,331 more words
U.S. nuclear regulators have granted Southern California Edison permission to arm private security guards at the defunct San Onofre power plant with assault rifles and “ammunition feeding devices.” 103 more words
This weekend was the #2ndgirlsweekendpalmsprings (longest hashtag ever…we couldn’t figure our shit out), and it was simply the best!
Abby was having a really good time ;) I laughed so hard this weekend, if I had slightly worse bladder control, I would have peed myself multiple times. 387 more words
From San Diego Tribune:
By Jeff McDonald | 4:52 p.m. May 23, 2016
The Santa Monica consumer group that prompted an investigation into Gov. Jerry Brown’s top aide’s contacts with regulated utilities earlier this year has built a searchable public database of thousands of internal emails to and from her former employer, Pacific Gas & Electric, and others. 356 more words