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When I thought about the high level waste thing, I was like:
That stuff's like less intense fuel, why not use it? Uranium -> Neptunium -> Plutonium
Uranus -> Neptune -> Pluto
See a similarity? The only reason we don't have the future we envisioned almost a hundred years ago is because people are too scared of a threat that doesn't even exist. With the amount of funding these guys put into military, nuclear waste would not even be a thing the general population would ever think about. I think "little boy" was U235. "Fat man" was Plutonium. Possible solution to on-site plutonium fuel: No-touch fueling. Robots do it all, and can only put the plutonium in the back of the right pickup truck. j/k... A robot can only put it one place if that's how it's built. YOU TELL LIES Nuclear ALL Leak & VENT Cancer Fool Lies Of Nuclear No Nuclear Melt Down Has Ever Stopped Most people who are anti nuclears just came from watching/reading chernobyl documentaries Very misleading thubmnail you have there though Allot easier get rid of the whole core problem by using fuel mixed into molten salt hence no need to reprocess. Just grind up the fuel pellets in a hot salt bath and pore into the liquid fuel of a MSR. Hay, none of the coal plants capture any of their CO2. Where did you get the idea 80% of their CO2 is captured. Only a few experimental CO2 capture plants all that have failed. I wonder if you could do a video explaining which elements resposible to produce which kind of photon at which energy amount. And their interactions when absorbed or reflect said emw. I still kinda cloudy on how the interactions works France had a failure at doing a first prototype of this technology due to costs, but recently planned another wave of second generations EPR reactors which should replace all aging reactors by 2050