Thursday, August 9, 2007

Nuclear Xylophone

Nuclear Operations earns the old description of "long periods of debilitating boredom sprinkled with short periods of intense panic".

Thankfully the boredom is almost pervasive. However, today in one of those boring times the creative have conceived of a project! One of the senior Reactor Operators was tapping on switch module covers, places where the switch has been removed and a blank put in its place, and discovered they all had different tones. We thought about it for a bit and decided we could get several Reactor Operators to take pencils and practice until they could play a tune, like bell ringers.

Then we could video tape it,

and put it on YouTube,

and watch it from federal prison,

where we will be sent when the NRC sees it!

So much for that idea.

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