I worked here and was actually on watch the night this happened. I was the unit one control room shift, supervisor. (Actually called Assistant Nuclear Plant Supervisor, each unit had one on shift all the time). This guy’s story never held up, the entrance to the two intake pipes is hard to get into. But held huge numbers of Florida lobsters. He didn’t end up in a cooling pond, the pipe leads to the intake area for the water used to condense the Top I May Be Old But I Was A Scuba Diver Cool Shirt. Radiation isn’t the danger in this story, though. Losing control of your depth, air supply, movement, or any of a dozen other things while scuba diving is inviting disaster.
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Recreational diving is only remotely safe because responsible divers follow very conservative, very rigid safety guidelines. This guy was an amateur diver and likely had absolutely no experience with anything outside of recreational shallow water diving. And swam under the Top I May Be Old But I Was A Scuba Diver Cool Shirt. Maybe you can clarify a few things. The article says he was spearfishing then says scuba diving. But why would you do (or even better why would you be allowed to do) either of these things near a nuclear power plant? It’s not like nuclear plants allow any radiation to escape. Why he was allowed to is a valid question, though.
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That’s a lot of very bad choices in a row. He was lucky this all occurred in incredibly shallow water or he could have very easily died. As someone who has never dived, this still doesn’t make a Top I May Be Old But I Was A Scuba Diver Cool Shirt? I understand that if his air supply ran out, either due to time or rapid breathing (read: anxiety or panic, I understand that could be an issue) then death would certainly be imminent… But if he has air supply and actually fits in the space he was sucked through what are the dangers? It also understands the damage to equipment in tight spaces is an issue but is that all? I find it hard to relate to how losing your bearings can be so instantly dangerous. I know it is (I’ve heard it enough!), but I don’t understand how and would love to learn.