Going back to nuclear issues: this is not the first time such incidents have happened here on the Island…nor are we getting the whole picture on whatever happened.
I agree that teh whole nuclear facility system suffers from unskilled workers, workers who have been trained on machinery that is obsolete, and inadquate maintenance for such obsolete machinery. yes, the so called enginners shouldn’t be working on dangerous stuff that can wipe the whole island to oblivion.
Before you say Auntie Peng is again panicking, in this case, not! Yes, nuclear energy responsibly managed might work, but the point is what we have here and now is not responsibly managed, is not transparently assigned responsibilities and being obsolete and inefficient and dangerous, should be turned off before something really awful happens. And there are many grades of awful that may happen. Given past history and current conditions, I vote NOPE NO, hell NO on current nuclear power. Those obsolete plants should have been decomissioned 20 years ago and the “new” one does fulfill international standards for anything but a dump, so why are we even considering it? Oh, yes, greed.
If cooler minds prevailed and the death trap of a stadium for the Universiade was not used, why can’t they find cost effective and safer alternatives to what we have now? Ah, becaus ethey postponed teh deciosns decades. Now you have to chase teh money to understand why the nuclear power is in the starte it is. Politics might be involved, but not between parties. More like cross strait secret permeability to blame.