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The power plant circulates bay water through its cooling system before returning it to the bay at a warmer temperature.
Oysters license contains such language that restricts the time of year that the plant can be shut down to minimize the stress on the fish in the canal. If I can remember correctly, the time frame for not shutting down is November to April.
If what LM says is only partially correct, would you please explain what he said that is partially incorrect?
I was explaining that the plant can be shut down during the winter months as long as they shut it down before November. As long as they do it that way the canal temperature isn't such a shock as it cools to equalize with ocean temp and you don't have the fish going to meet their maker.
That is not what you said:
I spent my karma until late tonight, but yet again, you prove that having an idol to your worship is a good thing.
Nah...sometimes I don't know when to shut up. Nothing new for me. Marssim used to send me a daily private counseling PM (which I appreciated). I think he's given up though. LOL
Then again, you're competent so I probably wouldn't have had to yell at you much.
BTW I'll bet a years salary they won't shut that plant down in 10 years.
(trust me, I've made a good living off of burying the bones of places "too big to fail"),...
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