There is no safe way to store the spent fuel rods's. It is a problem and needs to be fixed before nuclear power plants are a safe source of energy for the environment and for people who live near a nuclear power plant. If you look on the Internet you will see that there are only two nuclear power plants still operating in California and all the rest have been decommissioned for safety reasons. If you want safe energy get wind and solar energy. I do understand that the windmills kill birds but they don't kill people.
three comments out of almost 3,000 vote are crap and creepy, I have better project to conduct electricity than a ****'in nuclear power plant, in addition I am tired of game's that put me on the homeless shelter, I can compete with this low engineered business "fool everyone's business" and replace it with real engineer of simplicity and innovation using the human power and some hydromantic system's.
Your comments are without merit. Can you show any evidence of either of your claims?
I have learned much from past nuclear disaster. Please watch "radioactive wolves' on PBS website.
We all LIVE with radiation around us every day. I think the greater issue is that we all expect a definition of SAFE to mean that we all live forever. Grasp your mortality. Accept that LIFE is RISK.
Give me chernobyl. It's a garden of eden now. Radiation isn't the poison. People are. You want to eliminate the radiation. Perhaps we should all be running into the sea.
I agree with Jack. The disaster in Japan is killing the Pacific Ocean. Even with out disasters, the waste never goes away. This is far from Clean Energy.
I don't believe the Green River can support a Nuclear plant. Even if it could, there is no such thing as a safe amount of radio activity. Have we learned nothing from past Nuclear plant disasters?