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copy paste lang credit to..... Mira Luna Mongcal Santillan # BATAANNUCLEARPOWERPLANT # PALPAKMAPANGANIB # DIKUMIKITA # PERO .# TAONTAON400MILLION # GASTOS # PARA SA # KALIGTASAN . Ito na ang pinagmamalaki mong project ni Idol mo Macoy, Matagal ko na to narinig, kc tatay ko mahilig sa documentary/investigative reports. pero di kita sinagot kc gusto ko ikaw mismo tutal sabi mo nagreresearch ka nman, un nga lang di mo lang inalam ang totoong rason basta ka nalang naniniwala sa sabi ni idol mo sa video,sa tingin mo ba pulitika ang dahilan kaya di ito itinuloy?ahhmm maraming namamatay sa maling akala.. tingnan mo ang construction cost magkano lang$US 2.3Billion billion tapos sabhin mo jan binuhos lahat ng pera, lahat ha galing sa mga negosyante at loan sa labas ng bansa... heller ang total na iniwan nia na utang ay #$US # 28BILLION ... ang lau ha. minadaling proyekto. kaya tingnan mo ngaun di na nga kumikita eh ginagastusan pa kailangan pa e maintain kc di xa basta pwede pabayaan o e bandona lang dahil # napakaDELIKADO. ilang years na yang nakatau ang planta na pinagmamalaki mo x 400million yearly maintainance. napakalaking pera ang nasayang, pero wala na magawa nanjan na eh kya e preserve nalang para sa kaligtasan ng lahat. Bataan Nuclear Power Plant From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Bataan Nuclear Power Plant Bataan Nuclear Powerplant.jpg Bataan Nuclear Power Plant is located in Philippines Bataan Nuclear Power Plant Location of Bataan Nuclear Power Plant in Philippines Country Philippines Location Morong, Bataan Coordinates 14°37′45″N 120°18′49″ECoor dinates: 14°37′45″N 120°18′49″E Status Completed, never launched Construction began 1976 Construction cost $US2.3 billion Nuclear power station Reactor type PWR Reactor supplier Westinghouse Electric Company Power generation Units operational 0 Units under const. 0 Nameplate capacity 621 Annual generation 0 GW·h Bataan Nuclear Power Plant is a nuclear power plant, completed but never fueled, on Bataan Peninsula, 100 kilometres (62 mi) west of Manila in the Philippines. It is located on a 3.57 square kilometre government reservation at Napot Point in Morong, Bataan. It was the Philippines' only attempt at building a nuclear power plant. Contents [hide] 1 History 1.1 Anti-nuclear movement 1.2 2000s 2 References 3 External links History[edit] The Philippine nuclear program started in 1958 with the creation of the Philippine Atomic Energy Commission (PAEC) under Republic Act 2067.[1] Under a regime of martial law, Philippine President Ferdinand Marcos in July 1973 announced the decision to build a nuclear power plant.[1] This was in response to the 1973 oil crisis, as the Middle East oil embargo had put a heavy strain on the Philippine economy, and Marcos believed nuclear power to be the solution to meeting the country's energy demands and decreasing dependence on imported oil.[2] Construction on the Bataan Nuclear Power Plant began in 1976. Following the 1979 Three Mile Island accident in the United States, construction on the BNPP was stopped, and a subsequent safety inquiry into the plant revealed over 4,000 defects.[1] Among the issues raised was that it was built near major earthquake fault lines and close to the then dormant Mount Pinatubo.[2] By 1984, when the BNPP was nearly complete, its cost had reached $US2.3 billion.[2] Equipped with a Westinghouse light water reactor, it was designed to produce 621 megawatts of electricity.[2] Marcos was overthrown by the People Power Revolution in 1986. Days after the April 1986 Chernobyl disaster, the succeeding administration of President Corazon Aquino decided not to operate the plant.[1][3] Among other considerations taken were the strong opposition from Bataan residents and Philippine citizens as well as concern over the integrity of the construction.[1][3][4] The government sued Westinghouse for overpricing and bribery but was ultimately rejected by a United States court.[5] Debt repayment on the plant became the country's biggest single obligation. While successive governments have looked at several proposals to convert the plant into an oil, coal, or gas-fired power station, these options have all been deemed less economically attractive in the long term than simply constructing new power stations.[2] Anti-nuclear movement[edit] See also: Anti-nuclear movement in the Philippines The Bataan Nuclear Power Plant was a focal point for anti-nuclear protests in the late 1970s and 1980s. The project was criticised for being a potential threat to public health, especially since the plant was located in an earthquake zone,[3] and because a volcano formation was found near the location of the plant. 2000s[edit] Despite never having been commissioned, the plant has remained intact, including the nuclear reactor, and has continued to be maintained.[2] The Philippine government completed paying off its obligations on the plant in April 2007, more than 30 years after construction began.[2] On January 29, 2008, Energy Secretary Angelo Reyes announced that an International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) eight-man team led by Akira Omoto inspected the Bataan Nuclear power station on rehabilitation prospects. In preparing their report, the IAEA made two primary recommendations. First, the power plant's status must be thoroughly evaluated by technical inspections and economic evaluations conducted by a committed group of nuclear power experts with experience in preservation management. Second, the IAEA mission advised the Philippines government on the general requirements for starting its nuclear power program, stressing that the proper infrastructure, safety standards, and knowledge be implemented.[6] The IAEA's role did not extend to assessing whether the power plant is usable or how much the plant may cost to rehabilitate.[6] On February 1, 2010, NAPOCOR started evaluating the financial plan of Korea Electric Power Corporation (KEPCO), assessing that it may cost US$1 billion to rehabilitate the nuclear plant.[7] On February 22, 2011, the Philippine government will reimburse the National Power Corporation (NAPOCOR) ₱4.2 billion (US$96 million) it spent for maintaining the Bataan Nuclear Power Plant.[8] It requires an average of ₱40 million a year just to maintain it.[9] In May 2011, it was announced that the plant would be turned into a tourist attraction.[10] with Jose Pabelico Santillan Angela Santillan Joanna Santillan Jebulan Acu Si Yhan YhanAl SantillanKöiz Al SantillanJunJun M. Santillan Jr.
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nagulohan talaga ako sa 99.00% sa safeguard kong sa 99.% na malinis niya. ano nman ang 1% ?
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Health Benefits Of Eating Banana Flower Have you ever eaten a banana flower? Do you know it can have a number of health benefits and should be consumed often? In case you didn’t know, here are the top health benefits of this amazing plant and next we’ll show you how to prepare it. Read more: http://www.thehealthyarchive.com/2016/07/health-benefits-of-eating-banana-flower.html http://www.thehealthyarchive.com/2016/07/health-benefits-of-eating-banana-flower.html
Health Benefits Of Eating Banana Flower

Have you ever eaten a banana flower? Do you know it can have a number of health benefits and should be consumed often?

In case you didn’t know, here are the top health benefits of this amazing plant and next we’ll show you how to prepare it.

Read more:
http://www.thehealthyarchive.com/2016/07/health-benefits-of-eating-banana-flower.html

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Is It Possible That Man Already Reach The Moon Thousand Years Ago? One's wildest dream of any man would be to set foot on the moon and travel the vast universe. There are already people who were able to check that on their bucket list of things to do before they die and they served as an inspiration to some. Read more: http://www.controversialfiles.net/2017/10/is-it-possible-that-man-already-reach.html http://www.controversialfiles.net/2017/10/is-it-possible-that-man-already-reach.html
Is It Possible That Man Already Reach The Moon Thousand Years Ago?

One's wildest dream of any man would be to set foot on the moon and travel the vast universe. There are already people who were able to check that on their bucket list of things to do before they die and they served as an inspiration to some.

Read more:
http://www.controversialfiles.net/2017/10/is-it-possible-that-man-already-reach.html

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THE TRUTH THAT MEDIA WANTS TO HIDE IT FROM YOU. . When Pres. Marcos takes off to Hawaii through Conspiracy on 1986. . His Political enemies, and the Yellow people intrude the Palace and looted all the personal belongings of the Marcoses. . That includes of Paintings, Precious Jewelries, and money. . Ang sigaw nang mga Tao nuon sa mga lansangan sa mga lantaran na Pagnanakaw na ginawa nang mga Dilawan na nag aakusa na Diktador si Pres. Marcos ay. . " Ibalik ang sapatos.!! " " Ibalik ang Alahas.!! " " Ibalik ang mamahaling Paintings.!! " Pero ang isang ito, na may hawak nang malaking Pla-Card. . Anu daw ang sabi niya kay Cory na pinababalik niya.?? Image by: Joey Manalang https://www.facebook.com/ControversialFiles/photos/a.408645035888529.98607.286753951410972/1658205330932487/?type=3
THE TRUTH THAT MEDIA WANTS TO HIDE IT FROM YOU. .

When Pres. Marcos takes off to Hawaii through Conspiracy on 1986. .

His Political enemies, and the Yellow people intrude the Palace and looted all the personal belongings of the Marcoses. .

That includes of Paintings, Precious Jewelries, and money. .

Ang sigaw nang mga Tao nuon sa mga lansangan sa mga lantaran na Pagnanakaw na ginawa nang mga Dilawan na nag aakusa na Diktador si Pres. Marcos ay. .