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International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)

International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR) | Open Access | Fully Refereed | Peer Reviewed International Journal

ISSN: 2319-7064

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Natural Solution for Nuclear Waste Challenge

Ilija Lakicevic

Abstract: A natural nuclear waste management system and the method for permanently and safely disposal of nuclear waste in world’s deserts by distributing all nuclear waste deep into the sand in very small quantities over vast - thousands of miles - desert’s areas, has been discovered and proposed (International patent application No. PCT/IB2020/000712). The distribution will be done either by plowing very deep furrows for thousands of miles and placing very small quantities of nuclear waste at the very bottom of the furrows or by using a boring technique to perform the same task. By bringing nuclear waste underground in their Nature’s proper place – deep into desert’s sand - and distributing them in very small amounts over vast desert’s areas, will be enabled to the nuclear waste to fulfill their necessary useful purposes which are preparing the soil for organic life - oxygen dependent life – to live by causing underground countless billions of microscopic explosions within the desert’s sand to release water and create fertile soil (humus, nitrogen, carbon and oxygen) for organic life and other necessities for vegetation and human life. This natural nuclear waste management system enables promotion of the Creator’s supreme principle that there is GOOD in everything and turns over this negative precept into following great GOOD for this civilization: 1. Integration of all nuclear waste (low, middle and high level) into natural life cycle in a manner that the problem of nuclear waste is solved FOREVER with 100 % efficiency, 2. Rebalance of the earth’s atmosphere and prevention of the possible inevitable climate catastrophe, 3. Reestablishment of the natural level of oxygen in air and waters, 4. Creation of new food sources worldwide, especially in regions where hunger is the main problem, and 5. Creation of millions of new work places worldwide.

Keywords: nuclear waste, disposal, management