As someone that wasted many hours staring at panels watching a nuclear reactor hoping nothing ever changes can confirm
@BigJohnson86, I’m thinking Navy. Yes?
@BigJohnson86, nice bonuses you guys get. ;) Can’t help but wonder if it balances out the monotony of staring at those screens all day for your watches.
@WhoseLineIsItAnyway, I turned down my 100k bonus to get out. It’s not a fun life
@BigJohnson86, 3 years left on shore duty for me then no more nuclear!
@BigJohnson86, I can only imagine the monotony that goes into it, and the absolute chaos that would ensue if something were to actually go wrong.
@Not him again, monotony yes. But if something actually went wrong there’s so many failsafes and redundant safety features it’s so unlikely we couldn’t stop it. No we’re more likely to die from fire since those happen more often than they should
@BigJohnson86, yikes! My rate doesn’t get jack for re-upping.
When you hit that AZ-5 button and then your output spikes to 33000 watts and then boom
It's ok though as long as you dont make the tips of you boron control rods out of graphite.
AZ-5 pressing intensifies..
I literally JUST finished the last episode of Chernobyl on HBO, then opened the app to see this. Amazing mini-series, I didn't know much about Chernobyl to begin with (much like most people my age). It was so much worse than I thought, the Soviets did so well at covering it up internationally that it seemed like a minor accident if you didn't look into it. And it's insane how much worse they made it by denying it could ever happen and not dealing with it properly. Highly reccomend watching, it's very short, only five episodes.
The deep fried aspect is a representation of his face starting to melt