Re: [SystemSafety] Short news article on Fukushima Dai-ichi and Risk

From: Dick Selwood < >
Date: Mon, 27 Jan 2014 09:54:48 +0000


He shaped the area as a Saxon- he fought the Normands.

Thanks for invitation, But I think if we do reunite it should be under the English crown, as it was for several hundred years after Guillaume. You forgot to mention SNCF- partner in Eurostar and bidding to run the East Coast mainline from London to Edinburgh

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On 27/01/2014 09:24, RICQUE Bertrand (SAGEM DEFENSE SECURITE) wrote:
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> Fine. If I understand well, as a normand, he shaped the area before
> Guillaume united England to Normandy in 1066
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> Bertrand Ricque
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> . As you probably heard, France is in the process of reshaping its
> regions and increasing decentralisation. This will probably result in
> the fusion of the existing two normand regions in a single larger one.
> As on the same time, you are experiencing some spin-off temptations in
> the north, it makes more attractive the possibility for England to
> (re)join Normandy. Everybody here would warmly welcome you, sticking
> so to old and permanent traditions. On the strict safety point of
> view, you can consider the benefit of merging the know-how of HSE and
> INERIS. Normandy would bring in the basket the Seine Valley with all
> the heavy petrochemical plants as well as the EPR of Flamanville. So
> many commonalities ! AREVA/EDF and Total on both sides …
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> *From:*Dick Selwood [mailto:dick_at_xxxxxx > *Sent:* Monday, January 27, 2014 10:01 AM
> *To:* RICQUE Bertrand (SAGEM DEFENSE SECURITE); Peter Bernard Ladkin
> *Cc:* systemsafety_at_xxxxxx > *Subject:* Re: [SystemSafety] Short news article on Fukushima Dai-ichi
> and Risk
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> Sorry Bernard- didn't mean t take this to the list.
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> Alfred was the King of Wessex -a Saxon Kingdom in the South and West
> of England in the late ninth century. As a warlord he pushed back the
> Viking incursions in England and began to unite the country. (The same
> series of incursions in Northern France created the area we now call
> Normandy.) His descendants completed the process of unification.
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> He was also a devote Christian and was concerned with increasing
> education. He oversaw, and may even have taken part himself in , the
> translation of a number of key books -in his words " "the books most
> needful for all men to know" from Latin into the language we now call
> Old or Early English.
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> He was , on a smaller canvas, the equivalent in Britain of Charlemagne
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> On 27/01/2014 08:36, RICQUE Bertrand (SAGEM DEFENSE SECURITE) wrote:
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> Who is Alfred ?
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> Bertrand Ricque
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> *From:*systemsafety-bounces_at_xxxxxx > <mailto:systemsafety-bounces_at_xxxxxx > [mailto:systemsafety-bounces_at_xxxxxx > Behalf Of *Dick Selwood
> *Sent:* Friday, January 24, 2014 10:59 PM
> *To:* Peter Bernard Ladkin
> *Cc:* systemsafety_at_xxxxxx > <mailto:systemsafety_at_xxxxxx > *Subject:* Re: [SystemSafety] Short news article on Fukushima
> Dai-ichi and Risk
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> There are no myths about Alfred's burial- it is well documented
> (Alfred is not Arthur he said condescendingly)
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> Alfred was buried in the Old Minster in 899, then a few years
> later was transferred to the New Minster, almost certainly built
> to serve, in part as a Royal Mausoleum like St Denis in Paris.
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> In 1110, his body, along with his wife's and his son's was moved
> to Hyde Abbey.
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> Hyde Abbey was dissolved by Henry VIII in 1539
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> The bones may have been scattered in 1788.
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> I am not terminally un-impressed but I am p---d off with people
> making a drama out of something that is interesting but adds
> nothing to the historical record
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> On 24/01/2014 20:13, Peter Bernard Ladkin wrote:
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> On 24 Jan 2014, at 17:37, Dick Selwood<dick_at_xxxxxx >
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> Peter- Why is this a wonderful find?
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> Because there are divergent myths as to where Alfred may be, and why, and this find substantiates some and rules out others.
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> The reason I ask is that the reaction to the story strikes me as not dissimilar to public reaction to an accident.
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> Well, of course it is an accident. If it wasn't an accident it wouldn't be a wonderful find. Oh, you mean one of *those* accidents. Well, I dunno. Tell me, is it part of the Winchester psyche to be terminally unimpressed? :-)
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> On 22/01/2014 10:28, Peter Bernard Ladkin wrote:
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> ..... People have been searching for Alfred's remains for hundreds of years; this is a wonderful find.
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> PBL
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> Prof. Peter Bernard Ladkin, University of Bielefeld and Causalis Limited
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