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Meet, the (near) future nuclear waste vault
posted March 30 2011 20:56.27 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Ever wondered how and WHERE we plan to store the nuclear waste from nuclear power plants? I mean, it is not like a banana pill that we can safely dispose everywhere. Today, i stumbled upon this very-very interesting article from IO9, in which they explain how does humanity plan to permanently store high-level nuclear waste, that can remain radioactive for several thousand years. Very interesting to read, especially if you live close to those nuke vaults...



[Link: io9]
Tags: annoying   revealed   futuristic   theory/tutorial   nuclear   health & nature   green   environment   articles   research   
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