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Originally posted by Pellevoisin
For me the most interesting direction to take is to follow from the Native Americans and First Nations in Canada who maintain that uranium must not be stripped out of the Earth because it is vital to her living systems.
And what do we know about what happens in a waste deposit during a time of nearly two billion years?
Originally posted by Neo Christian Mystic
Yes, sorry BILLIONS hehe. I just find it strange that a fission chain reaction could occur naturally on Earth.
For all we know non potent waste could reach critical mass under certain conditions or trigger other uranium isotopes to turn into plutonium.
The ozone layer is about two billion years old.
Were the Gabon reactors used by extra terrestrials or the angels of God to make ozone from let's say water in order to make land habitable?
No. The land was habitable more than 2 billion years ago. We find fossils from over 3 billion years ago.
Originally posted by Hollywood11
Modern scientists are not capable to know anything about what happened a billion years ago, let alone date whether or not something is even that old.