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Nuclear Experimentation: Year 77, Postcarious

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Nuclear Experimentation: Year 77


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2022 marks Year 77 of nuclear experimentation on our planet.

Nuclear experimentation is a faulty mechanical operation based on flawed logic. Nuclear experimentation is dangerous to all life and removes the ability for all life to defend itself turning the very elements against life. Nuclear experimentation is built on nonexistent pillars of yet to be invented necessities. It's unsustainable future depends on the invention of solutions to existent problems that have not been created for present problems that continue to threaten.

Nuclear Experimentation is precarious. Nuclear experimentation is so dangerous that there are systems in place that depend on our ability to invent processes and equipment to deal with the fundamentals of its results. We still need to invent manners to dependably store waste for the next few hundred million years and find ways to deal with waste in the next few decades.

Nuclear power generation experimentation results in problems we cannot yet solve both in the long term, the next million years, as well as the short term. Many nuclear power plant experiments in the USA, both operational and those no longer producing electricity, have spent fuel pools on site. Nuclear power generation experiments produce electricity and are dependent on outside electricity to keep the fuel pools cool. The spent fuel rods are no longer producing heat in a way viable for the power generation experiment, but will remain hot for millennia to come.

If any nuclear storage fuel pools go without electricity, the water in the fuel pools eventually heats up to unstable levels and then ultimately evaporates. The fuel rods, often spaced closer together than original design specifications out of necessity, would ignite and lead to out of control release of radioactive particulate.

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