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#11
Ivanko - 17 Jul 2013 // 20:46:38

If he crossed the bridge then you are in Romania, off course in Romania the border police is Bulgarian...

#12
Ivanko - 16 Jul 2013 // 19:28:02

The pipelines could also be used to transport gas from Europe to China if they ever decide to give fracking a go and have a huge success with it.
Russians would not mind, making money is making money for them. Transporting through their system is easy money.

Off course, idiots like Russophobe would prefer to make contracts with crazy islam fundamentalist, make them richer, sell them more weapons etc.

I'm not really keen on those countries, even not Turkey. The risk factor in those countries is just 100 times too high...

#13
Ivanko - 16 Jul 2013 // 12:08:57

Ow, I'm sorry. I didn't know you are not capable in looking up sources of quotes.

Anyway, losers attract losers I guess.

#14
Ivanko - 16 Jul 2013 // 01:37:13

The use of two additional main circulation pumps after reaching of the thermal power 200 MW was undertaken in order to guarantee a safe cooling of the reactor after finishing of rundown of the turbogenerator TG8 and 4 main circulating pumps connected to busbars of it (MCP-13, -14, -23, -24).
Four circulating pumps (MCP-11, -12, -21, -22) had to remain after finishing of the rundown. Performing some actions the operating stuff could bring the reactor in a stable state before the experiment beginning [3,4]. An analysis carried later shown that no signals appeared indicating that something happened with the reactor that could hinder conducting of the experiment [4]. It seemed for the operating stuff that the reactor was in the normal state. This was a very serious mistaken. In reality, the reactor was in a very dangerous state. At 01 hr 22 min 30 sec, the operative reactivity surplus was only 8 rods [4]. It means that the water in the core, especially in its lower part, became the most important absorbers of neutrons. A decrease of a pressure or an increase of a temperature of water at the inlet to the core could cause a local boiling of water in the lower part of the core. Such process inserts the positive reactivity and as a result of a large positive power coefficient causes a high increase
of the reactor power. Unfortunately, the operator did not understand this dangerous feature of the Chernobyl reactor and continued to operate the reactor in this dangerous state.



Why any site that takes itself serious does not delete posts of idiots like you is completely not understandable.

And hey, as longs as I have a life which is not dominated by being Russophobe I think I'm doing much better then you! At least I do not need to visit a shrink every week to get my daily dose of tablets.

#15
Ivanko - 15 Jul 2013 // 21:18:30

Well anyone who says Tsjernobyl was a dangerous reactor is clearly an idiot who has no clue what he is saying.
There was nothing wrong there with the equipment/reactor but sadly they hired people like you guys, people who are drinking rakia after and before work and think they know everything. :o

And ow yes, anyone who does not understand the advantages of fracking compared to some small disadvantages which are marketed on the net as a world disaster...

#16
Ivanko - 15 Jul 2013 // 15:47:40

Idiots everywhere.
Southstream is absolutely necessary. It is a good project and I don't really understand which environment problems they are talking about if they live 2 kms or more from the pipe!!!
Off course, it would even be much better if the pipeline would go together with fracking but that will trigger even more idiots (and then they wonder and go protesting why they cannot pay their utility bills anymore...)

Ambassadors should represent their countries and don't open their mouth about the politics in the country where they are staying.
IT's like a niece of your stepmother is coming to tell you how you need to organize your life...

#17
Ivanko - 6 Jul 2013 // 03:42:36

So Longliner, you were such an economic expert that you came to work in a call center?

Nuff said about that I think.

Since you are Dutch you should by this time understand that austerity is destroying economy. See The Netherlands.
But off course, some countries were living way above their feet and need to do something.
Bulgaria was not living above their standards, contrary. And it is about time they are going to invest in the country, and this does not mean making some new asphalt roads every year. Build by Turkish companies. And payed by someone else.

Economy. SME's for example.
And no, there is absolutely not a problem with collecting vat, they are very handy (read greedy) with that.

#18
Ivanko - 5 Jul 2013 // 19:49:28

Richie,

Can you explain us then what really happened?

:o

Why discuss something if you have no idea what you're talking about?
Yes, by the (unneeded) austerity Djankov managed to bring Bulgaria more then 5 years back economically. And yes by doing that he managed to make the state debt rise for the first in years. And no, this is not because of the crisis because Bulgaria is an excellent country(cheap labour, cannot sink much lower, low debt,...) to survive this crisis. And even to improve, especially compared to other countries.

If you do not understand that... Better to drink a rakia.

#19
Ivanko - 29 Jun 2013 // 13:47:38

"By the way, the Chinese economy is in a big crisis too, and even the Central Bank is almost insolvent as you know when you follow the news from there."

Bollocks I believe.

#20
Ivanko - 29 Jun 2013 // 05:47:47

A Chinese economic growth of 5% is a disaster?

Really?

Labour in BG is cheaper then in China and this is not an advantage?

Really?

A lot of talks, little knowledge apparently.

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