Monday, September 27, 2010


We may have a HUGE problem on our hands right now. Nobody has talked about this on the blog, which surprises me because it's really big. We have a lot of nuclear waste that we need to deal with or be destroyed. This highly explosive and radioactive material has tripled in amount over the last 20 years. We are currently looking for a good spot to put it. We can't launch it into space for the fear of the shuttle falling back down and killing us all. Burying it is just as hazardous as launching it into space, because if an earthquake happened, the explosion would destroy for miles and raise suspicions about other countries. Throwing it in a volcano would just be plain dumb. So far, the only solution is to put in facilities-for now. This is only a temporary fix, because when the years increase, so does the amount of nuclear waste. When we can't store it anywhere else, what will we do?

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