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This indicates the explosion of this technology – Letters to the Editor


To: “Anger Over Nuclear Plans,” Agency Contribution (Politics, Jan. 3))

In the early years of my life I was a staunch advocate of nuclear power, until I realized that scientists still had no idea where to put nuclear waste. The destruction of the Chernobyl and Fukushima reactors is bad enough. This indicates the explosion of this technology. Therefore, I am also in favor of the phasing out of nuclear weapons. Nuclear waste lasts for 10,000 years or more. Human history is nowhere near this old, so I think hydrogen production reactors should keep running. But only with reprocessed fuel rods and not on the grid, because we want to phase out this technology. The state should monitor this, and the profit should be used for final storage and dismantling of power plants. We created massive amounts of nuclear waste in the 1960s, so reprocessing fuel rods is guaranteed for years. Reactors have to run longer with a single fill so that the fuel rods are burned more and the garbage is smaller. I think the nuclear opponents can live with the solution. Siegfried Wise, Efringen Kirchen

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