"Keep moving, folks, there's nothing to see here."



June 13 (Reuters) - Entergy Corp shut its
793-megawatt Palisades nuclear power plant in Michigan on
Tuesday due to leakage from a refueling water tank, the U.S.
Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) said in a report.
The company is in the midst of cooling down the reactor in
order to make repairs to the refueling water tank, company
spokesman Mark Savage told Reuters.
He said that the plant would return to service once repairs
were completed, although he did not provide a length of time for
the outage.
The tank was believed to be leaking from several locations,
the company told the NRC.
The event had no impact on the health and/or safety of the
public, the report said.
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June 7th response from RadNet was the following statement:
The alert level reading last evening appears to be a
false alert from an equipment malfunction. Here is the station’s report:
“out of control readings on the GeigerGraph screen from about 11:30pm
local time that occurred while sleeping. My apologies to all. I have no
idea what caused this. Shut down GeigerGraph and restarted. Readings
from the Geiger were in the normal range (the Geiger operates on A/C).
All cable connections are tight and not loose. Am speculating between
the GFI and USB Adapter and some sort of voltage spikes. The
uninterruptable power supply UPS had lost power and had died – a tripped
GFI. I am not going to leave the system running while not at home until
I can determine and fix the problem.
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So we went from nothing to something...and nothing to worry about.  I had been following the headlines on Twitter and information was being blacked out.  My husband kept telling me "if mainstream media has not reported anything then it's not happening." 
Ok so I guess it didn't happen. DWBH

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