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Uranium

Uranium Mining Claims Near Grand Canyon Could Surge if Supreme Court Reverses Ban

If the Supreme Court lifts the moratorium on uranium mining near the Grand Canyon, the expected surge in active claims would endanger not only a cherished national landmark, but also the drinking water for 40 million Americans, according to the Environmental Working Group and Earthworks.

Mysterious radioactive material enriched with uranium found over Alaska; scientists scramble to determine origin

Alaska’s famous Northern Lights have received a new and menacing visitor, reported The Daily Mail.

Uranium Contaminates Drinking Water – Sodium Bicarbonate Clears the Kidneys and Soil of Uranium

Dr. Mark Sircus, December 14, 2015
In the western United States notices are springing up, Uranium, the notices warn, tests at levels considered unsafe by federal and state standards. The notices say you can drink the water — but if you drink the water over a period of time, you can get cancer.

Californium could provide a safer way to dispose of nuclear waste


Disposing nuclear waste is tricky business; governments today are unsure of how to properly manage and store the toxic byproducts. The radioactive waste just can't be scraped into the garbage and tossed out in a landfill. At minimum, radioactive waste must be sealed in airtight steel or concrete containers and buried deep within the earth. It may even take tens of thousands of years for the waste to break down into less dangerous isotopes.