Nuclear Chemistry-Nuclear Waste Dr. Frank Settle
"Like other industrial processes, generating electricity from nuclear power or making nuclear weapons creates waste. These radioactive and chemically toxic wastes result from the mining and processing of uranium as well as from storing or reprocessing spent reactor fuel....http://chemcases.com/nuclear/nc-11.html
2010 Documentary about nuclear waste. This raises the questions, what will future generations do with the waste, will they even be able to read the warning signs, will they even speak our languages? How can we possibly predict what humans will be like in 10000 years? Rendering parts of the earth uninhabitable and dangerous means thousands of generations will be responsible for perpetuating this warning to further generations, not to mention there will always be danger of it being stolen to make bombs or other sinister reasons. We should consider the long term risks to the earth, an unpredictable planet at risk of natural disasters at any time, these toxic dumps underground will never truly be secure for the future, to say they are would be pure speculation with no basis in science. Is this what you want our generation to be known for?
The Japanese now stare down what this will look like for them
Very good video on nuclear waste – also explains how a reactor works, and what we're doing to the ocean:
"Nightmare Nuclear Waste" (german[&french], english subtitles)