Thinking on Talks (parts I & II)
cos at indeterminate.net
Wed Dec 7 18:03:42 GMT 2005
On Tue, 6 Dec 2005, David Cantrell wrote:
> On Tue, Dec 06, 2005 at 04:00:58PM +0000, Ben Evans wrote:
> > On Tue, Dec 06, 2005 at 03:11:16PM +0000, David Cantrell wrote:
> > > * I'd be happy with just encasing the waste in glass** and burying it in
> > > old mines. Keep good records of where the damned stuff is, and either
> > > leave it for ever or let our great-grandchildren deal with it. They'll
> > > probably turn it into a tourist attraction just like how tourists these
> > > days go ooh! and aah! at old mills and railways.
> > Not quite great-grandchildren. If the Romans had built nuclear power plants
> > in Britain we would still have to be guarding the waste.
> If continuing to guard it is the way to deal with it, then so be it.
> They can damned well pay for it.
> Alternatively, the way to deal with it might be to float it up into
> orbit using anti-gravity doo-dads and kick it into the sun.
And "accidentally" drop it on @countries_your_govt_hates. No thanks
(though we cuold create many Rudolphs by directing the doo-dads to fail
John Costello - cos at indeterminate dot net
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