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Do you know what your iron really does?"
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Can't do a damn thing to control the overall INTERNET, shy of nuking from orbit (EMP would be spectacular.)
So if you hit a website that posts photos/scans/whatever of any of the leaked stuff (complete with classification markings), you are viewing classified material on an unclassified computer.
Which by definition, is "spillage." Unnatural acts are then required to sanitize your machine.
Could you set up a fake posit? Maybe - if you can broadcast enough satellite-sounding signals to convince a reciever that it has a good lock. Most of them want at least 4+ to produce a position.
They gloss over the real point, which is dropping a new SIM into it while traveling so you are always local.
So to get full output from the plant (100% power) you need 100% flow - all four running. One pump trips, and total flow goes to ~82% (hydraulics, pump heads, etc. Not a simple 75%.)
But power hasn't changed yet. 100% > 82%, automatic trips kick in and shut the plant down. You haven't damaged anything because the designed safety margins and trip responses take the transient into effect.
Can you run on three pumps? Sure, just not at full rated output. And since your job is to produce as much electricity as you can, the typical civilian plant is binary - either shut down or 100%.