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reply to post by Kester
The OP makes it sound that they are just putting this into some warehouse.
I don't think that they would be using cast iron, stainless steel would be better.
Here is a link to the Shellafield company that deals with nuclear waste, gives a good history of the problem and some of the current solutions.
I would think if there is a depopulation agenda, then it would be more logical to start in China and India, with their billions of people, rather then England. Plus radiation is just to slow and you would contaminate the area so it could not be reused. Ebola would be much faster. Just my two cents.
originally posted by: Kester
reply to post by tinner07
Two days after I started this thread the direct debit that pays for our Broadband was mysteriously cancelled. We knew nothing about it till the internet and telephone were cut off. Coincidence or hard core harassment?
I'm joking about the hard core harassment of course. It's as pathetic as the time they took our mail over several months. The postman was embarrassed on the few occasions he did have something for us, it was so obvious that the political activist was getting 'punished' by the intelligence mob. At least it gave us some street cred once the story had gone around the local gossips.
I may not be right on all counts but I possibly stirred them up with this one, an indicator that the subject is worthy of much attention.
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.