Oh boy. I can just see the picture while it is being installed. "Hey - that's quite a contraption you've got there, old buddy. What are you putting in, a nuclear reactor? Nyuk, nyuk, nyuk!" "Well actually -- yes." "Help! Police! Nuclear attack! Everyone get under their desks and take their Potassium Iodide pills!"
The Simpsons could have a lot of fun with that, as could "King of the Hill," I imagine.
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"The 200 kilowatt Toshiba designed reactor is engineered to be fail-safe and totally automatic and will not overheat. "
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I noticed they didn't use the word fail-proof. Fail-safe seems ok to me, but what if I knock off one of those sensors for the heat? A neighbor of mine just broke a sensor on the door of his furnace, what does fail-SAFE mean? To me that says they've put measures in place to be safe, but those measures could also fail, then becoming unsafe [img]/images/graemlins/smile.gif[/img]