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The global nuclear nightmare of plutonium

REAL PLUTONIUM, Paul Richards shared a link. Nuclear Fuel Cycle Watch South Australia, 21 Sept 18

Global nuclear brotherhood driving weapons proliferation, they still haven’t anywhere to store;

* unspent & spent nuclear fuel, 
* excess radionuclides,
* redundant weapons arming material
* contaminated material and their
* respective short &
* long-term containment systems as canisters, or
* short-term storage, 200-litre drums.

Containers at worst need repacking in

* five years in case of the 200-litre drums, with best practice, every

* hundred years, and that is

* unless sealed five kilometres below

the surface or more, this repacking of nuclear waste containers is ad infinitum ∞ https://www.facebook.com/groups/1021186047913052/?multi_permalinks=2123030991061880%2C2123017674396545%2C2122319811132998&notif_id=1537435582423128&notif_t=group_activity

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September 21, 2018 - Posted by | - plutonium

1 Comment »

  1. And the most dangerous insane nuclearist countries hoard it. Take japan. Major earthquakes every week. Major typhoons. The most radionuclide contaminated, fake country on the planet. Has hoards, of plutonium. The crap is valued at hundreds of dollars a gram. Should be negative millions of dollars per gram, for its risk and death.

    Comment by Nick | September 21, 2018 | Reply


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