What Happens To Nuclear Waste? Into Eternity (Documentary)

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3 thoughts on “What Happens To Nuclear Waste? Into Eternity (Documentary)”

  1. VERY powerful and well done! The nocturnal photography was magnificient. The message was clear, powerfully illustrated, and provokes many historical memories and questions. It put me in mind of a time when real journalism existed, your interviewers asked compelling questions and did not give up until they got answers. Great work!
    It was wrong. We ought never to have used nuclear power, its beyond our control, it is total insanity. Your film really convinces me all over again.
    It took an incredible sense of egotism such as we had in the 1950s to believe man could master such power. America was a powerful, emerging superpower, it was a time of great national advancement and pride. New cars once a year was somewhat of a luxury, new cars every two years was the middle class average.
    I have emailed it to several people.
    Thanks for this.
    Marilyn Gjerdrum


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