Time to buy a Geiger counter?
I remember reading an article a while back about Israel shipping radioactive tile to Egypt. Apparently, Egypt has to use geiger counters when receiving shipments from Israel. It makes sense though, where can they bury radioactive waste?
I noticed Washington wasn't on the list of states that don't have storage for nuclear waste. That is pretty obvious...Hanford. I believe it was the Yakima tribe that sold their land to bury the waste.
Nuclear was and sometimes still is promoted as "green" energy. It obviously isn't, neither is solar for that matter. With solar too there is waste that is created that kills the environment. Hydro power seems pretty "green" and so does wind. Getting power from the Earth's crust like Iceland does, kinda bothers me but I don't know enough about it. Maybe truly "green" energy could be created with natural magnets?