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BACKinBLACK

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I agree, but reducing demand and CO2 emissions


At the same time would be a good start.

Regenerating the fuel seems to be the best answer for wastes. No storage issues.

Obviously location of these needs to be better thought out. No tsunami zones or fault lines.


(In response to this post by Portland)

Posted: 03/29/2016 at 5:02PM



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This has been my position for a while now. -- BACKinBLACK 03/28/2016 9:04PM
  I'm not against it. -- Portland 03/29/2016 12:13PM
  I agree, but reducing demand and CO2 emissions -- BACKinBLACK 03/29/2016 5:02PM
  Read the link in your article -- BarkingDogBuff 03/29/2016 7:27PM
  A two hundred fifty thousand year half life means -- buffdad 03/30/2016 12:29AM
  Yes, recycling the fuel. -- BACKinBLACK 03/29/2016 8:59PM
  This article -- BarkingDogBuff 03/29/2016 10:58PM
  Good idea, but it would suck if the rocket failed. ** -- BACKinBLACK 03/29/2016 6:32PM
  This is the issue! ...not to mention the cost -- BarkingDogBuff 03/29/2016 7:29PM
  A half life of 1M or 700 My in the case of U -- BACKinBLACK 03/30/2016 7:17PM
  The negatives are serious -- buffdad 03/29/2016 10:02AM
  The problem is getting "buy in", of course -- DB 03/29/2016 09:04AM
  I've been there as well -- cswilliam 03/29/2016 08:46AM
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