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We can't get rid of this stuff. Wherever it is it's going to be a danger. It isn't gone.
the action or process of getting rid of something.
Apart from that which is potentially reusable as fuel, we have no future use for the waste.
the action or method of storing something for future use.
a place where or receptacle in which things are or may be stored.
So we're back to future use which isn't the case.
keep or accumulate (something) for future use.
a site for depositing rubbish.
an unpleasant or dreary place.
deposit or dispose of (rubbish, waste, or unwanted material), typically in a careless or hurried way.
originally posted by: TheGreazel
Shoot it into space , non ignorant word relating to it : gone
The UK has accumulated a substantial legacy of radioactive waste from various civil nuclear and defence programmes.
An amount of money or property left to someone in a will:
my grandmother died and unexpectedly left me a small legacy
Something left or handed down by a predecessor:
the legacy of centuries of neglect
E4. Infinity Room. There were more than 20 “infinity rooms” inside the Rocky Flats plutonium pit production facility. Plutonium pits are needed in nuclear weapons. These rooms at Rocky Flats were called “infinity rooms” because they became so contaminated with plutonium that the levels of alpha radiation were too high for standard monitoring equipment to measure. The radioactivity inside these rooms reached nearly 25,000 times natural background. Building 776/777, Rocky Flats Plutonium Pit Production Facility, near Denver, Colorado. 18 March 1994.
What happens when the launch vehicle fails or blows up before it leaves our atmosphere?