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Finland’s 100,000-Year plan to banish its nuclear waste

Nuclear energy is experiencing a comeback, with renewed interest in building power plants to supplement fossil fuels. But nuclear still hasn’t figured out what to do with spent fuel rods that will be radioactive for centuries. Finland plans to bury its waste for 100,000 years. Good luck with that.

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