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The Nuclear Waste Problem.

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48 thoughts on “The Nuclear Waste Problem | ข้อมูลทั้งหมดเกี่ยวกับn wasteที่สมบูรณ์ที่สุด

  1. Turi says:

    Putting cool blocks or spikes around it is a really stupid idea cause people would visit it to look at it
    And that message just wont work at all anybody reading that would just get more curious about what it is thinking it might be some kind of weapon
    Even if they properly understood the danger you dont really expect people to just turn around and not touch it forever do you? ofc they are gonna dig it up
    But I mean just let them its not like a few dudes cracking open a cask and killing themselves is gonna be much of an issue
    Letting people walk in and die might be the best way to teach them in the first place

  2. Ioannis Poulakas says:

    I would add something like "P.S. Spoiler alert, It's nuclear waste". I mean if some future civilization can understand the language this script was written in, then they can understand what nuclear waste is.

  3. ultimate big brain helth says:

    1. Accidents that you talk about are only from the most insane circumstances you can think of. earthquake and tsunami, xenon poisoning and power overload? Incompetent managing and incredible circumstances are what causes big accidents.
    2. We have enough nuclear fuel to last 10 billion years. Used fuel that is reprocessed plus traditional fuels.

  4. Vito Tuxedo says:

    This video is a massive disappointment. First, it contains misinformation. Finland does not have the only permanent storage site. Second, it sensationalizes the danger, which is real, but not insurmountable. But worst of all, it completely ignores the positive impact that Generation 4 nuclear technologies would have on the nuclear waste non-problem, and instead chooses to see only the fear-based, negative view of spent nuclear fuel.

    The point is that Gen 4 technologies that use the existing stockpiles of nuclear wastes as fuel could eventually consume all the waste, producing much lower level wastes, or in some cases completely recycling their wastes back into their own fuel cycle. So, instead of wringing our hands and fretting about future morons digging up the waste, just use it as fuel in new technologies we can use now, and it's end of problem. There won't be any waste to bury. That would be a far more constructive approach.

    Some of the videos on this channel are pretty good. Alas, this isn't one of them.

  5. Charles 7 says:

    there's a smaller, cheaper and probably safer solution, by drilling a foot and a half wide hole deep underground as deep as those tunnels, and drilling down and to the side, and putting the waste in the other end of the hole, and fill it up with concrete: boom it's permanently stored down there without the need of security, maintenance, and most importantly without the need of alot of money, heavy machinery, and more concrete

    and besides, nature had done this before, long before we came around.

  6. Breck Breckenridge says:

    I am really surprised and disappointed that you tell your viewers that the Egyptian pyramids were built as repositories of dead members of that culture's elites. There has never, NEVER, been ANY such dead people found in the pyramids nor anywhere in them where such corpses would have been placed (say before they were removed – they weren't). Very disappointed. Big dislike. 🥵

  7. T1MBLIM says:

    this video is clearly a bit bias against nuclear Energy and some facts are false, like how the dry casks that the nuclear waste is put in are weak and can leak, when in reality Dry storage containers are made of reinforced high-density concrete about 510 millimetres (20 inches) thick and are lined inside and outside with 12.7-millimetre-thick (half-inch) steel plate. (which won't break)

  8. Ralph Cantrell says:

    We need to utilize our burgeoning private space industry – Space X, Virgin Galactic, Blue Origin, etc – to launch that toxic crap into space and send it hurtling straight to some faraway galaxy, or maybe into the nearest black hole or something. Then we could just go 90% nuclear and end all the fossil fuel problems for good. 👍

  9. FDS says:

    Normally your videos are quite good, but this one is less ok:
    1. Most spent nuclear fuel in the world is reprocessed, so that the tiny fraction that is actually radioactive is encased in glass. This is then placed in a steel, copper and concrete structure that is virtually unbreakable. The valuable uranium 238 (which is not radioactive to speak of) is saved for later use in a fast reactor.
    2. The statement of "thousands of years of radioactivity", while correct, is misleading, as the level will deteriorate EXPONENTIALLY. This means that you could hold a spent nuclear fuel rod in your hand a few thousand years from now, and be completely fine. So, if the Egyptians had had nuclear power, we could show the fuel rods in a museum, behind some heavy glass without any concern.
    3. The consideration of what happens to civilizations 10.000 years into the future is completely nonsensical, bizarre. We have much bigger fish to fry, including vastly more pressing waste management of fossil fuels and other materials.
    4. Keep in mind that all spent nuclear fuel from a large country such as France fits inside one IKEA, it's that little.

  10. REcom says:

    I've got my own solution to the problem of how to stop future civilization from killing themselves with funny magic killing rods. What if we divert their attention onto another structure? We blind them with showing what we consider to be something but just below it all exists much much more valuable than what we present to be a valuable thing. For example: a temple or a shelter. Inside the temple/shelter can be our history and as the civilization slowly learns of our achievements and actions, we can slowly but surely(if they can have an understanding of our messages) lead them to knowing the danger but not yet showing where and why that is below all of it. As they slowly learn of this danger which is the waste, the more they get curious of… it… this was not my plan.

  11. Harriet Harlow says:

    Deep geological storage. The Finns have a repository dug into cratonic rock. Cartons are very stable geologically-speaking and are ideal for nuclear waste storage until such time we can come up with a way of recycling it. Re-enrichment would solve that issue but no government currently permits re-enrichment.

  12. gustavo marquez says:

    There is a HUGE lack of facts in this video, like the dimensions on productions of nuclear waste and the PROVEN safety of the nuclear waste containers (literally they can take a direct impact of a full speed train). If you are interested on having the full picture, I recomend you to read about Deep Isolation, a company dedicated to the creation of underground nuclear waste disposals, similar to the one they talk about in Finland.

  13. payton korns says:

    So glad this video is 4 years old and we have technology to store the waste and a better understanding that the actual harmful radiation comes from 1-3% of what’s actually used. We also have the ability to use the same drilling practices as the oil companies and use bore holes to store the material at much much deeper depths

  14. cherri .mp4 says:

    Connection terminated. I'm sorry to interrupt you, if you still even remember this language, But I'm afraid you've been treading a bad path. You are not here to find something useful, nor have you been warned for the reasons you might think, although, you have indeed been warned. You have all been warned here, warned of a labyrinth of casks and clay, misdirection and misfortune. A labyrinth with no exit, a maze with no prize. You don't even realize that you are dying. Your lust for exploration has driven you in endless circles, chasing the cries of civilizations long past in some unexplored ruin, always seeming so near, yet somehow out of reach, but you will never find them. None of you will. This is where your story ends.

    And to you, my brave explorer, who somehow found this site not intended for discovery, although there was a way forward planned, I have a feeling that's a bad idea. I have a feeling that you are right where you shouldn’t be. This place will not be remembered, and the memory of everything that started this can finally begin to fade away. As the agony of every tragedy should.

    And to you warlords trapped in endless war, be still and give up your weapons. They don't belong to you. For most of you, I believe there is peace and perhaps more waiting for you after this message ends. Although, for some of you, the darkest pit of Hell has opened to swallow you whole, so don't keep the devil waiting, old friend.

    My ancestor, if you can hear me, I knew you would return as well. It's in your nature to explore. I'm sorry that on this day, the day you were shut out and left to wander back, no one was there to guide you, the way guide others, and then, what became of you. I should have known you wouldn't be content to leave, not my ancestors. I couldn't save you then, so let me save you now. It's time to rest – for you, and for those you have carried in your arms.

    This ends for all of us.

    End communication.

  15. Robert Bones says:

    7:53 when I first watched this vid, I thought that message was one of the scariest things I've ever heard. Especially when it said "the danger is still present". What could be that dangerous? The devil? The message is frightening.

  16. Daniel Campbell says:

    Way to completely gloss over the fact the Japanese plant event was because of a tsunami. Wasn't that more a choice of location and structure rather than the technology? You seem to rail against the tech, when in that case it was more an issue of structural engineering. I don't know for sure though. You'd know better than I would.

  17. Bionic says:

    It is peculiar why they use electricity to cool down the water shielding the nuclear waste. If the problem is boiling, why don't they use the vapour to produce further electricity?

  18. Chris Stanton says:

    You're just gonna have to assume a spacefaring alien civilization is wise enough to detect and avoid such a thing. Its more likely that we would be leaving a message for post apocalyptic humans, or if there's enough time, chimps/orangutans when its their turn at the wheel.

  19. Marcus Richards says:

    when civilization in 300000 years find that i wonder what stories they come up with, like we did with egyptians maybe

    edit – i commented too early and just guessed the entire plot of the video

  20. Senpentine says:

    Y’all are so cringy thinking about the well-being of future advanced life. Bozo mindset, on site storage is completely safe your just a coward. L L L 😢😢😢

  21. David Dunmer says:

    Nuclear energy is the only hope of fighting climate change that we have today. I would request you to reconsider the messaging of this video, it is poorly researched and gives incomplete "opinions"

  22. bram callebert says:

    What a laughable video. Doesn't this guy know anything? Gen IV nuclear reactors that can run on the current nuclear waste are being developed as we speak. And then he goes on to what might just be the most stupid project in the history of mankind, the finnish permanent storage facility. In like 20 years they'e gonne be like: we should start digging up the spent fuel again so we can use it. There won't be a long term nuclear waste problem, we'll be able to reuse the current spent fuel and reduce it's high level radiocativity to as little as 300 years instead of 100.000 years.

  23. Italianboi007 says:

    nuclear energy is nor green nor is green there is no nuclear waste problem nuclear waste goes into barrels sealed shut with cement nuclear waste is usually stored where it was created Either in storage or spent cooling pools

  24. lolrofl says:

    What is this garbage video? Clearly making videos about nuclear energy is above your pay grade. Go back to making videos about some elementary school science, kid.

  25. MDMHypNoTiZe Tadas says:

    So why just use language of science just. If they can dig so deep they understand science. And if it is the biggest con for nuclear power this is very weak argument

  26. BLACK BIRD says:

    Our ancestors left us diamonds, gold beneath but we leave our future radioactive wastes, future generations will never forgive us for the things we have done 😶

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