Every day around the world, large amounts of high-level radioactive waste generated by nuclear power plants are deposited in makeshift warehouses, which are vulnerable to natural or man-made disasters.
Currently, Finland's first permanent nuclear cemetery is being built through a complex system of underground tunnels carved out of a solid rock subsoil. Once the waste is stored, the facilities have to close and never reopen again, or at least until after 100,000 years, because during this large period of time, the waste continues to be dangerous. But are we able to assure it? How can we warn our descendants that the lethal residues are there?
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