The Nuclear Waste Problem

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  • C Daddy
    C Daddy  12 hours back

    What if we just throw it into the space?

    • mirjuni
      mirjuni  2 days back

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        mirjuni  2 days back

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          mirjuni  2 days back

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          • mirjuni
            mirjuni  2 days back

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              mirjuni  2 days back

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              • mirjuni
                mirjuni  2 days back

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                • Donald Palmrose
                  Donald Palmrose  2 days back

                  The used fuel only needs to be stored in the pools for 5 years and can be moved to a dry cask storage system. Also,mthe used fuel can be reprocessed for the useful transuranics. The remaining fission products would decay away in several hundred years. This is what France does today.

                  • Matthew Bissonnette
                    Matthew Bissonnette  2 days back

                    Here is an idea. If I am not misinformed, smaller reactors about the sizes of ones they use in aircraft carriers and nuclear submarines, you can have a containment shell that is absolute or there is not enough fissile material to melt through the containment shell if it loses coolant; also the amounts of nuclear waste might be more manageable. What about a nuclear reactor is every one`s homes which is fool proof; basically you pay to have it installed and every few years pay a low rate to replace the spent fissile material. The pros are that you don`t need a power grid which has to be maintained and it would save average people money; if the technology could possibly used in such a way. I`m not nuclear specialist; so I don`t know personally.

                    • MrTrash
                      MrTrash  4 days back

                      wayyyy more people died from chernobyl

                      • Matthew James Montgomery

                        The waste from coal is much worse.

                        • Fazuchnl
                          Fazuchnl  4 days back

                          I love your videos. Its so interesting

                          • Felix Schrider
                            Felix Schrider  4 days back

                            shoot it into the sun? the gravity of the sun is so strong that even if the material survives the heat, it will still be trapped there for at least a billion years.

                            • Alex Garcia
                              Alex Garcia  4 days back

                              Humans are 70% water. Therefore, I am 70% immune to radiation.

                              • acoow
                                acoow  5 days back

                                We should hire flat-earthers to take the waste to Antarctica and throw it over the edge of the Earth.

                                • Zé Scotto di Vettimo
                                  Zé Scotto di Vettimo  5 days back

                                  How can u say one of the most cleanest if it's there poisoning hazardous waste?

                                  • b e a n o s
                                    b e a n o s  5 days back

                                    r a m e n n 00 d l e s

                                    • Animeetchi
                                      Animeetchi  1 weeks back

                                      Once the tunnels finnished in Finnland, some one will say, 'hey, ah we actually found a way to break down the harmfull byproduct. Can you dig it back up?'

                                      • Greg Specht
                                        Greg Specht  1 weeks back

                                        4:49 Homeland security would like to know your location

                                        • John Adeniran
                                          John Adeniran  1 weeks back

                                          the kushite were the most powerful civilization in the world not the romans

                                          • Pinoy Adventure Rider
                                            Pinoy Adventure Rider  1 weeks back

                                            Radioactive sushi anyone?

                                            • ХОРОШО
                                              ХОРОШО  1 weeks back

                                              Long time solution is not needed. Because high radiation is good for environment, it's just bad for people. Wild life in Chernobil just booming there.

                                              • Quantum Gaming
                                                Quantum Gaming  1 weeks back

                                                The ending was deep...

                                                • Hung Pham
                                                  Hung Pham  1 weeks back

                                                  Ripce

                                                  • Meliodas
                                                    Meliodas  1 weeks back

                                                    what flag are you using for arabic? the fuck?

                                                    • Twig
                                                      Twig  1 weeks back

                                                      you can bet Finland will ask top Euro for companies and nations to store nuclear waste there.

                                                      • R/Uncle Rico
                                                        R/Uncle Rico  1 weeks back

                                                        that moment bill gates had a reactor designed that can use nuclear waste.... dig it all up boys

                                                        • Lukas Rockell
                                                          Lukas Rockell  1 weeks back

                                                          6:11 Except for the fact that its rising out of the oceane gaining a good 7km² every year.

                                                          • Bob_a_dooda
                                                            Bob_a_dooda  2 weeks back

                                                            Maybe if the Soviet Union maintained Chernobyl it wouldn't have melted.

                                                            • Dylan Baer
                                                              Dylan Baer  2 weeks back

                                                              Better message: “This is the storage site of dangerous material. It hurts you by emitting energy you can not see, can not hear, can not smell, can not feel, and can not taste. The material is waste and presents nothing to you but danger. It can’t even be weaponized. We have sealed away this waste and contained it’s harmful properties but the possibility of a leak still remains. It is best to leave this place abandoned.”

                                                              • victor bruun
                                                                victor bruun  2 weeks back

                                                                not cleaner than wind? Honestly wind is really filthy when considering all the energy needed to make those very frequently replaces wings. They wear out ya know. Smelted how? Well.. usually coal..
                                                                Not to mention transport.

                                                                As for storage, real easy, dig a hole in a mountain. Find a stable area and leave the copper tubes there. I went into the depths of https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Onkalo_spent_nuclear_fuel_repository it has been in use for some time already. Watched them deposit one of the capsules.

                                                                Sure eventually it will fill up, but by then there should be many more such caves dug.

                                                                • victor bruun
                                                                  victor bruun  2 weeks back

                                                                  Oh and the "curse of the ancient gods" just makes for better archeologists in another 15000 years after the end of this humanity and a rise from modern hunter gatherers. Just like after atlantis fell in 10600BC and technological civilisation ceased after the meteor cracked canadian iceberg (with a melted water ocean flooding (sealevels rose 150m over night, weather patterns changed, sahara became a desert etc.. and yes atlantis in mali died (see eye of sahara))).
                                                                  If there are no lethal dangers, explorers get lazy and stupid. The dumb survive etc. Such death traps are good for future evolution.
                                                                  In the future if their archeologists are as dumb as ours they will call those deposits religious mazes. Possibly related to Moneytauros[!] (lol), and it was sealed because of astrological reasons.
                                                                  Then they find the treasure vaults and the curse strikes.

                                                              • NjK
                                                                NjK  2 weeks back

                                                                What happens if someone of a bad moral character thinks it is a weapon or something in the future and decides to dig anyways?

                                                                • Lisa Blanchfield
                                                                  Lisa Blanchfield  2 weeks back

                                                                  wind power , laughing my ass off, expensive and now being buried due to them being non recyclable. thermal and hydro thats the way forward

                                                                  • Remarkable SeiF
                                                                    Remarkable SeiF  2 weeks back

                                                                    This might give a future civilization access to nuclear power lol

                                                                    • Corey Chambers
                                                                      Corey Chambers  2 weeks back

                                                                      Finland is not devoid of natural disasters. Finland has recent volcano eruptions such as Eyjafjallajokull.

                                                                      • Fliyo MB
                                                                        Fliyo MB  1 weeks back

                                                                        I read that name and my furniture is now flying

                                                                      • todd_patton
                                                                        todd_patton  2 weeks back

                                                                        That's Iceland, my dude

                                                                    • Kat Meows
                                                                      Kat Meows  2 weeks back

                                                                      Funny how animals were left and survived in both areas???

                                                                      • DatBoiYeet Official
                                                                        DatBoiYeet Official  2 weeks back

                                                                        Ok, so there woried that the things that discover the waste won speak the right language. But they also can make the sight disappear because the internet and books have it documented. Well if they can read enough from books to learn the location, they can read the danger signs

                                                                        • Bullwinke̷le
                                                                          Bullwinke̷le  2 weeks back

                                                                          Wow, I couldn't make it to the 1 minute mark without running into a blatant falsehood. Why would you produce a video using lies and deception when the world is at stake?

                                                                          • Ignacio Gonzalez
                                                                            Ignacio Gonzalez  2 weeks back

                                                                            @Bullwinke̷le so what? It is one of the most toxic ones

                                                                          • Bullwinke̷le
                                                                            Bullwinke̷le  2 weeks back

                                                                            Ignacio Gonzalez "Nuclear waste is the most toxic substance known to man." It is not even close.

                                                                          • Ignacio Gonzalez
                                                                            Ignacio Gonzalez  2 weeks back

                                                                            What are the lies?

                                                                        • Jesus Christ
                                                                          Jesus Christ  2 weeks back

                                                                          Cleaner than solar...😂🤣🤣 rrright ok

                                                                          • Nicolas Bouliane
                                                                            Nicolas Bouliane  2 weeks back

                                                                            I love how the message isn't even written in simple English

                                                                            • smudge82ad
                                                                              smudge82ad  2 weeks back

                                                                              The warning is so long and poetic. Cut the crap and make it simple

                                                                              • Saeed Shah
                                                                                Saeed Shah  2 weeks back

                                                                                Why don't send the waste to sun, Mars, Venus, neptune or into the distant space.
                                                                                It will get us rid of this problem once and for all forever.
                                                                                😎😎

                                                                                • The Bound Bowman
                                                                                  The Bound Bowman  2 weeks back

                                                                                  Let's learn about Nuclear Waste!
                                                                                  ... 10 minutes later...
                                                                                  *Complete existential crisis*

                                                                                  • Joe Vines
                                                                                    Joe Vines  2 weeks back

                                                                                    The message, the symbols and landscaping will make this place look super interesting 😂

                                                                                    • Free and Critical Thinker

                                                                                      How many have died due to nuclear waste? Now how many have died because of lawn mowers? Cars? Slipping and falling on ice? Mistakes made during surgery? RX allergic reactions? When you do the math and then look at the energy that is harnessed , the illogical fear from it becomes laughable. If you still promote scaremongering then tell me WHAT other power supply we can switch to. And switch to almost immediately...

                                                                                      • Cody Risling
                                                                                        Cody Risling  3 weeks back

                                                                                        Send everything into space.....futurama did it and it went great

                                                                                        • Fujin-Raijin
                                                                                          Fujin-Raijin  3 weeks back

                                                                                          Torille

                                                                                          • me Say
                                                                                            me Say  3 weeks back

                                                                                            Thank God christopher colombo is gone,and i hope his dna has mutated.