Meltdown Bernie Unrau

ISBN: 9780978293772

Published: September 11th 2008

Paperback

344 pages


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Meltdown  by  Bernie Unrau

Meltdown by Bernie Unrau
September 11th 2008 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, RTF | 344 pages | ISBN: 9780978293772 | 5.20 Mb

Dr. Gum has accepted the invitation to Severodvinsk, the largest Russian naval shipyard for the opening ceremonies and launch of the first six pack, a fleet of FNPPs (Floating Nuclear Power Plants). The twin reactors mated to a cruiser class vesselMoreDr. Gum has accepted the invitation to Severodvinsk, the largest Russian naval shipyard for the opening ceremonies and launch of the first six pack, a fleet of FNPPs (Floating Nuclear Power Plants). The twin reactors mated to a cruiser class vessel generate enough electricity to light up a city of 250,000 and desalinate 250,000 gallons of water each day.

The maiden voyage of the fleet has sparked fears. Dr. Gum meets Dr. Svetlana Kocheno, the nuclear watchdog of Rosatom the Russian nuclear energy agency. Having lost her parents in the awful Chernobyl incident she has sworn to prevent a similar event from ever happening again.

An uneventful launch allows the two to get acquainted and explore the city. Their tour is short lived as she is beeped back on board. A mysterious guidance glitch coupled with a software steering system shocks her. Her inspection turns up nothing. Meanwhile in New York’s Russia Room, a Russian scientist is defecting and seeking academic immunity to turn over the plans of the promising power generating concept. He faces certain death on treason charges if he returns. Continuous course changes raises questions of an impending mutiny or terrorist act.

A scheduled delivery of vital equipment to Greenland’s Ice Grip project is nearly aborted due to the bizarre aberrations in the ship’s steering. More problems, missing cargo and doctored ship’s logs raise serious questions of the crew’s and the captain’s state of mind. An unnatural disaster triggers a calamity of errors leading quickly to the worst conceivable outcome for the fate of the free world.



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