Nuclear Waste Storage: Into Eternity Documentary Online
Into Eternity – a film for the future
Into Eternity: Finland has decided to bury its nuclear waste several kilometres underground in a facility called Onkalo (hiding place). This film discusses why this is being done and what the ramifications of this are both to Finland and the rest of the World.
View the film at You Tube – 1 hour 15 minutes.
We all have a legacy, our footprint on eternity. I believe in being creative and not destructive. Embrace the totality that you are. I believe peaceful co-existence is in everyone’s best interest. I suggest being creative and not destructive; Selfless – not selfish. The only real change happens when we change ourselves.
Tackles a subject almost beyond comprehension ….Why isn’t every government, every philosopher, every theologian, everywhere in the world discussing Onkalo and its implications? I don’t know, but they should see this film.
– Peter Bradshaw, The Guardian (UK)
Related: NY Times interactive graphic on “Interim Storage” of nuclear hazardous waste.