posted on Apr, 7 2015 @ 05:51 AM
originally posted by: tinner07
Anybody that says nuclear waste is safe, should be required to store several of these containers on their property, preferably in their home.
I doubt it is part of a depopulation agenda though.
Agreed, not part of a depopulation agenda IMO.
The best way to reduce population numbers is to simply ensure those numbers are never conceived in the first instance.
Birth control, openly forced birth control more specifically, is an eminently more elegant solution to growing population numbers, it would be
effective, it would be relatively civilised and it would not require the depravity ridden intentional genocidal murder of millions, perhaps billions
And as a bonus, there are no decomposing bodies in the millions / billions to dispose of.
As for nuclear waste, MOST of it doesn't have to be stored underground, in the deep oceans, or in metal boxes in a series of sheds!
Build Thorium reactors, which can use spent nuclear fuel / waste as fuel, leaving very little radioactive waste behind, and that which is unable to be
consumed as fuel comes out as relatively low-level waste, with a relatively short half life.
Even if they built these reactors as a means of disposing of the waste we currently have stored away, gradually corroding it's containers and leaking
into our ecosystem, it would be worth the expense to build them, at least a handful of them.
We could even make back the costs of construction of the reactors by contracting other countries and charging them to take their radioactive waste to
make it safe, while gaining energy from it's use as fuel for our domestic markets.