2021.10.25 18:04 Good_DayEh Very active month for sneak peeks
2021.10.25 18:04 reddit_feed_bot JesseKellyDC: It should be. But the only thing elected Republicans hate more than Democrats is their base. https://t.co/Xxw8kOqWNk
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2021.10.25 18:04 Kandakekatt Does any one know what time that Sudan gained independence from Britain?
2021.10.25 18:04 a1m0stfam0uss should i pass/fail or q-drop ochem1?
for context, i am a public health major - i am planning on going to grad school for a master of public health and working in health policy. I'm barely passing shabbir's ochem1 right now; this semester has been a lot for me and I had to start antidepressants because of some personal stuff. i am taking 12 hours and I basically have A's or A-'s in all my other classes. what do y'all think?
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2021.10.25 18:04 jr1c Foligno opens up fight with a Superman punch, a breakdown
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2021.10.25 18:04 shaokim Judgment of the Belgian High Health Council (HGR) on nuclear power
Global warming caused by greenhouse gases is undoubtedly one of the most importantFrom here
problems and risks that need to be addressed urgently at the global level. Against this
background, nuclear energy is regularly presented as an ideal and unproblematic
alternative to fossil fuels in the generation of electricity, as part of an
energy mix, because nuclear power plants emit almost no CO2 during operation, which is an
undeniable advantage. However, the reality is more complex. Nuclear power has its own
risks and raises serious questions, including the issue of very long-lived radioactive
waste (several tens of thousands of years), the risk of serious accidents with consequences up to
long distance and in the long term that can affect several generations, the risk of
terrorism, the links to nuclear energy for military purposes and the proliferation of
fissile materials for military use.
It is currently recognized that the risk of a serious nuclear accident cannot be excluded
not excluded, even in the best nuclear power plants, and Belgium is particularly vulnerable in this regard
due to the characteristics of the sites concerned: close to major cities and international
thoroughfares, saturated road network and high population densities. The HGR considers
that, given the particular vulnerability of the Belgian sites, the continuation of this risk
for another 10 or 20 years raises environmental, health and ethical questions.
A major and inescapable weakness of nuclear power is the destination of spent
fuel and radioactive waste and its potential impact on the health of
future generations. According to the current state of knowledge, there is no
alternative than deep geological disposal. Deep geological disposal entails the need for monitoring of the health of future generations.
generations the need for monitoring and preservation of knowledge and memory,
a burden they are likely to bear for a long period of time, possibly thousands of years.
Consequently, this solution must be considered difficult to accept from an ethical point of view
considered difficult to accept. However, in the current situation, the other proposed solutions lead to an
even heavier burden on future generations. As a result, the current generation is
forced to adopt this problematic solution as the most ethically justifiable one.
adopt. However, the HGR recommends that Belgium explore the possibilities of cooperation
with neighbouring countries for the geological disposal of spent fuel. The HGR
recommends drafting a national policy on spent fuel that clearly
defined how (reprocessing or deep geological disposal) and when it will be
treated; to establish the national policy on intermediate and high-level long-lived waste (B and
C wastes) by deciding to place these wastes in deep geological repository
repository, with particular attention to safety and accurate knowledge of the physicochemical characteristics of the waste; to improve the legislative framework for provisions
matter of ensuring that they are adequate and available to Belgium at the right time; and finally to establish a societal framework for the management of the waste.
available at the right time; and finally to establish a social governance that guarantees
sound and transparent decision-making processes. The HGR also draws attention
to the fact that it is essential to give a status to the spent fuel.
Without such a statute, it cannot be managed and the financial burden is
transferred to future generations. It is also necessary to avoid a policy
be pursued of unlimited storage at the sites of the power plants, which in the long run
cannot be considered safe.
The HGR emphasizes that the technologies known as Gen IV (Generation IV
reactors) and which rely on permanent recycling of the spent fuel in order to recover the
plutonium and uranium to be reused, with or without transmutation of long-lived
radionuclides (lower actinides, but not fission products), are not a solution to the
present radioactive waste and generate new types of waste and spent fuel
for which no reprocessing processes currently exist at the industrial level. In this context
the HGR recommends reflecting on the long-term objectives of the research that is
carried out at SCK CEN (Belgian Nuclear Research Centre), in particular concerning the
the Myrrha project).
The HGR is also aware that an accelerated development of new
technologies is underway, with the goal of developing smaller and safer reactors with
less waste and less proliferation risk. Most of these are still in the development phase
and thorough evaluations, including on safety, are still needed. Even though these
even if these developments could create future perspectives, these reactors do not, in any case, offer a
offer no solution to the current choices Belgium will have to make by 2035. Moreover, their use for
Moreover, their use for military purposes casts a shadow over their compatibility with the principles of
of sustainable development.
Regarding the risks associated with terrorism, the HGR recommends and supports the development
of a comprehensive contingency plan for such situations. The HGR highlights the need to
establish and maintain sufficient stocks of pharmaceuticals to mitigate the
consequences of internal radiation contamination and to ensure that they are rapidly
available to the emergency services, hospital services and the affected population. The
HGR additionally draws attention to the specificities of terrorism
caused by radiological accidents and on the need to properly
properly trained and equipped. The HGR further notes that some terrorist
acts are less concerned with killing people than with causing panic and confusion in
society. Thus, the necessary means of communication must be
prepared and deployed to try to prevent such panic.
The HGR further judges that the medical response capability in the event of a nuclear
explosion of a nuclear weapon (either accidentally or in the event of a terrorist attack or war)
would be completely exceeded. According to the HGR, the elimination of all nuclear weapons is the
only way to avoid disaster. This objective is enshrined in the Treaty
on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons, which Belgium has ratified, and recently even more
clearer and more urgent in the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons (2017), which 122 countries
was negotiated and approved. Such as the World Federation of Public Health
Associations, the World Medical Association and the International Committee of the Red Cross
(ICRC) have done previously, the HGR recommends that Belgium seriously consider also signing the
Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons.
There are misleading statements circulating in which it is claimed, in the name of science, that no effects can be
claim that no effects can be "attributed" to ionizing radiation
below a dose of 100 mSv (i.e., for most populations exposed to
exposed to ionizing radiation after a nuclear accident or as a result of fallout from
atmospheric nuclear bomb tests). The HGR emphasizes that such claims are inconsistent
with current biological and epidemiological data (which undermine the scientific
character of the prudent approach of the International Commission on
Radiation Protection confirm a linear relationship without a threshold between exposure
to ionizing radiation and the risk of cancer and hereditary effects) and lead to a
minimization of the risks to be taken into account in policy-making.
The HGR also draws attention to the fact that new data on the effects of exposure to ionizing radiation have appeared in recent years.
effects of exposure to ionizing radiation have appeared, which call for a
re-evaluation of the risks of ionizing radiation at low and medium doses. These include
are non-cancer effects, such as cardiovascular disease, effects on the brain and
cataracts, through mechanisms of a new type not considered until now
(epigenetic, mitochondrial and inflammatory effects as well as premature aging).
Given the many lingering uncertainties and the implications of these new data for
health, especially in children and unborn babies, the HGR recommends that policies to
protect the public from the hazards of ionizing radiation should be guided by a
precautionary approach. In particular, the HGR recommends that nuclear
emergency plans include measures specifically aimed at protecting
of children and pregnant women and that, as soon as the situation permits, these measures be implemented in
all phases of a nuclear accident be implemented. Given the potential implications of
these new data, the HGR also recommends that appropriate support be given to further
scientific research on these effects and mechanisms.
The HGR notes that despite the progress made in Belgium in recent years,
many challenges remain to make emergency plans more operational and effective at
all levels of the different emergency services. He emphasizes that this is true both during the
operating period of the nuclear power plants and in the period thereafter. The HGR points to a
particular aspect that the corona crisis and the legal disputes that have
emerged, namely the lack of a legal basis for the
introduction of mandatory procedures or for imposing or supervising the adoption of
measures that restrict individual freedoms in the public interest (such as, in the case
of nuclear emergencies, evacuation or relocation).
As a result of all these elements, the HGR judges that from an ethical, environmental and
health points of view, nuclear fission energy, as currently used, cannot be said to comply with the principles of sustainable development.
is currently used, meets the principles of sustainable development.
The feasibility and consequences of the shutdown of nuclear power plants in the context of the
current energy transition at the Belgian and European level for the generation of electricity
have been the subject of numerous analyses. The HGR concludes from the studies of, among others
EnergyVille and the Federal Planning Bureau, among others, that an exit from nuclear power is possible for Belgium
for Belgium, at a relatively limited cost, also in terms of CO2 impact. The Council also
also wishes to emphasize that, regardless of whether or not 2 GWe of
nuclear energy in Belgium beyond 2025, the transition will require a determined political will on the regional
Belgian and European levels in order to ensure the necessary technological
and industrial developments as soon as possible. One of the priorities is to have in place in good time
combined cycle gas power plants in time and to plan the transition to blue hydrogen
(produced with fossil fuels, but capturing the emitted CO2),
which requires significant CO2 capture and storage or use capacities (per tonne of
hydrogen is emitted 8 tons of CO2 - Proost, 2021).
Investments will also be needed
in the areas of energy storage, network management, the interconnections, the development of the
hydrogen sector and the lifecycle and recycling of resource-critical
consumer goods. The HGR also recalls that the majority of CO2 emissions
emissions do not come from electricity production (barely 14% of the total), but from the
heating of buildings (especially in the tertiary sector), transport and the use of
in heavy industry and manufacturing, and that in these sectors
these sectors, the necessary efforts will have to be made and more selective
investments will be made. More specifically, transportation alone causes almost a
quarter of total greenhouse gas emissions. Agricultural practices and intensive
livestock production (coupled with an in addition excessive meat consumption, see the
dietary recommendations of the HGR) also play a significant role in the production of
Wat de modaliteiten van de uitstap uit de kernenergie betreft (onmiddellijke algehele uitstap
of geleidelijke uitstap, voor zover de mogelijkheid van een geleidelijke uitstap nog steeds
actueel is), concludeert de HGR dat er argumenten zijn voor en tegen de eventuele verlenging
van twee kernreactoren na 2025 maar dat er geen markante elementen zijn die een keuze in
de ene of de andere richting zouden "opleggen". Elke optie houdt risico's in, die weliswaar van
verschillende aard zijn en verschillende implicaties hebben op economisch en ethisch vlak,
op het vlak van de energievoorzieningszekerheid, van het leefmilieu en van de
The HGR points out that after the (immediate or gradual) shutdown of the nuclear power plants, the
nuclear safety risks will continue to exist and must be subject to the necessary
controls and measures: temporary storage of spent fuel, nuclear research installations
spent fuel, nuclear research installations (SCK CEN), industrial and medical sources
and their production (IRE, BR2, cyclotrons), transport of sources, decommissioning of
nuclear installations. The issue of nuclear waste management and its financing
remains a heavy legacy. In particular, the HGR recommends that a decision be taken in the near future
on the geological disposal of high-level waste. Considerable attention is still needed
to nuclear emergency plans, both for our nuclear power plants while they are in operation and
for the risks posed by foreign nuclear power plants located near our borders.
borders. The risks of terrorism and cyber-attacks will also continue to exist, and one will
be able to cope with them. Important points of attention in this regard
will be maintaining sufficient nuclear expertise (including the training
of experts needed in the future) and adequate funding of the
Federal Agency for Nuclear Control, whose federal character must also
The HGR would like to conclude by emphasizing that the necessary energy transition underway in
Europe (Green Deal) and elsewhere must remain compatible with the principles of
sustainable development and must not lead to new imbalances and new risks,
particularly for the most vulnerable populations in Europe and around the world. There will be
multiple (ethical, economic, sociological, etc.) challenges in terms of
policy integration: respect for the environment, protection
of water resources and water quality, attention to the health of workers
and populations in mining countries, here and elsewhere, circular economy (extraction, design
combating rapid obsolescence, recycling), concern for equity within and between
generations (reasonable management of resources while ensuring access to raw materials for
future generations), as elaborated in the SEPIA report (VUB,
The HGR believes that this will only be possible:
- by accepting, in a spirit of critical modernity and fairness, that the paradigm
of unlimited growth is called into question,
- by developing, at individual and collective levels, processes of innovation in the management of the
-and by reflecting on a new economic paradigm not linked to
consumption, as well as on creative processes of social equity and positive reinvention
2021.10.25 18:04 Stevibob Coastline, Me, film photography w/digital edits, 2021
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2021.10.25 18:04 Aetherian-1009 I finally got it!!
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2021.10.25 18:04 BalalaikaTheBear Gotta throw away my Nosferatu costume now
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2021.10.25 18:04 karazjo Looking for 2009´s Codemasters FUEL for PC
2021.10.25 18:04 Patriot337 Got 2 Evergrowcoin stickers today .
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2021.10.25 18:04 Marv_Dzi Captain Pigeon episode 54
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2021.10.25 18:04 LowChemist5535 DUXOOOO!!!
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2021.10.25 18:04 3Vishal "Sure I'll be happy to give a quarter!"
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2021.10.25 18:04 reddit_feed_bot JesseKellyDC: Kinda hilarious how there’s a crisis in California and they’re not even pretending like they want Dome to be involved. And it’s her home state.
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2021.10.25 18:04 NegroTrill Aggressive Rap Beat , enjoy!
2021.10.25 18:04 zilog88 Issues with video over USB-C
Having another issue with my Flow: I have been using it with dell's WD15 for quite a long time without no issues - both video and peripherials were working perfectly. Today I disconnected it from one dock and wanted to connect to another one. Though this time video didn't connect. I have been using right usb port for the dock. What I have tried so far:
1)switch laptop off and on, with and without second dock in the right port - no dice 2) hot unplug of the first and second dell dock in the right port -no dice 3) connecting asus simpro dock in the right usb c port with dp cable from dock to the monitor - doesn't work. 4) connecting first dell dock to the left port - works 5) I tried second dell dock win another lenovo - works as usual.
So my question would be, has anyone experienced such problems when video just stopped working when connected on one side? I hava a bad feeling that the left side port might be partially toast.
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2021.10.25 18:04 Ok_Purple_2161 McLaren 600LT
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2021.10.25 18:04 biafra85 As always a news source uses ADV etc as a source for news articles
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2021.10.25 18:04 Socks_are_ok Final payment timing?
Simple question here.
We have a cruise coming up with NCL and the final payment is due Nov 9.
Does that mean I can wake up in the morning on November 9th and pay it or will it automatically charge when the day rolls from the 8th to the 9th?
This is the first time I’ve had to pay for my cruise (previously family paid the cruise and I just transferred to the money to them) so I’m not clear on exactly how it works.
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2021.10.25 18:04 alaskan_Pyrex N- Bourgogne! This is my 1st outing with Ohora, vs. Amazon partially-cured gel strips. The Ohora ade WAYY thicker, but I absolutely love the syrup effect. Definitely use the acetone trick on the edges. The Bourgogne are pinker than I assumed, but still lovely.
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2021.10.25 18:04 LavaDragon15 Middlesbrough F.C. v Moreirense F.C. - The FIFA Ultimate Tournament 2022 Round Of 256
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2021.10.25 18:04 PoliticoChum How come when I slow footage down it overlaps other footage? How to conform it to the space in between clips