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Into Eternity: A Look at the Long-Term Storage of Nuclear Waste

Saturday, 02 November 2013 10:54 By Staff, National Radio Project | Radio Program
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Our world is generating more and more nuclear waste, but have no permanent place to dispose of it.  But the nation of Finland has a plan. They’re building an underground cave, to hold thousands of tons of nuclear waste, for at least 100 thousand years.  On this edition, we hear excerpts of the film, “Into Eternity”, which explores the logistical and philosophical quandries around the construction of something that if it works, might very well outlast the entire human race.

Special thanks to Specialty Studios.

 

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Into Eternity: A Look at the Long-Term Storage of Nuclear Waste

Saturday, 02 November 2013 10:54 By Staff, National Radio Project | Radio Program
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Our world is generating more and more nuclear waste, but have no permanent place to dispose of it.  But the nation of Finland has a plan. They’re building an underground cave, to hold thousands of tons of nuclear waste, for at least 100 thousand years.  On this edition, we hear excerpts of the film, “Into Eternity”, which explores the logistical and philosophical quandries around the construction of something that if it works, might very well outlast the entire human race.

Special thanks to Specialty Studios.

 

This piece was reprinted by Truthout with permission or license. It may not be reproduced in any form without permission or license from the source.

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