Quote. ‘Truth is ever to be found in the simplicity, and not in the multiplicity and confusion of things.’
* Izaac Newton.
Just touching some aspects of the nuclear energy spectrum we have a paradox of good with the ability to aid in the fields of healing as in MRI’s looking into every crevice of our bodies, or via X-Rays or Ultrasounds,
it is a valuable tool.
... but there are still the toxic waste issues which have to
be solved even here.
A great reminder of it's potency is what the Australian Aboriginal Folk said about Uranium.
That the ‘Fire in the ground should not be disturbed.’
we are trying to bury it back in, or find ways to absorb it!
Does their own story-telling, stem from another time of havoc on the Earth? Where did
their knowledge come from of what this really was as 'the fire in the ground' ?
Today this nuclear radioactive waste problem lies anywhere on earth... where-ever it has been. Since testing began in the atmosphere, right through to lost waste in sunken submarines off shore-lines. Whether test sites
or threats of accidents from power plants for praceful purposes, facts remian
... that the potential of it's danger to humanity outweighs the knowledge of it's full usage. And proof lies buried deep in salt pits, or bedrock -
called safety zones - with the need for an electronic eye to be on surveillance 24/7 for any leakage in case any containers that hold this heavy deadly toxic waste should escape.
Is this control?
To date this can only be dealt with to see into the next 100 years, because it’s lifespan ranges between 10,000 and 1,000,000 years,
and this leaves long term research into radioactive waste a permanent concern. How many generations of our children's life-span is that?
Anything 'alive' - locked and sealed – is like a living ferment stewing in it’s
own energies. It creates a pressure-cooker-effect which can eventually blow it’s top.
and sadly it isn’t always the loudest bang which carries the deadliest blast, but the silent seepage which creeps through the whole earth and it’s atmosphere.
Surely we can begin 'not
to disturb the fire in the ground’? There’s enough unleashed harmful waste to work with - to get it right - plus still learn of it’s more beneficial, safe and far more efficient energy than we have even begun to know still found within this
cocktail we term it's waste.
Any Element once fully understood before released, can be used for good, as within this radio-active waste there is found the very foundation of it’s full and safe potential.
Everything in life and nature, the earth and the cosmos, has its positive good aspect, of which there are always negatives attached. Yet, negatives are only opposites, and need one another for both to be of worth, even as a nut is useless without a bolt.
We live in a time where there is no shortage of nuclear usage, but the search is still on as to what really to do with the radioactive waste. If nuclear weapons or power houses can be created, all its transitional elements can be utilised
safely, not just moved on, as in spent Uranium, or yellow cakes.
Any proposal of using nuclear energy can only honestly be feasible when we realise the only answer to this specific waste is through a precise altered state where even
more safe energy is found within the very waste that is feared. Like the Uranium, there is a recipe for every cake!
This waste is not trash!
we humans have used it for harm, and it has returned to harm us. But we can return too and relearn for the good of all, and as humans know, that to waste this already very active energy is pure and utter wastefulness.
We overlook the simple with
too many complications, and confound the very atoms themselves!
A great example of a mind set, is the rapidness of how it’s overriding influence can travel at the speed of fear. From an atomic idea and the chain-reaction it has had on the world –
from not that long ago as to where it is now - it is summed up in a nutshell by a great American Scientist and Astronomer.
Carl Sagan. “Who Speaks for Earth?”
" Every thinking person fears nuclear war, and every
technological nation, plans for it. Everyone knows it’s madness, and every country has …an excuse. There’s a dreary chain of causality. The German’s were working on the bomb at the beginning of World War 11, so the Americans had to
make one first. If the Americans had one, the Russians had to have one, then the British, French, the Chinese, the Indians, and the Pakistanis. Many nations collected these weapons; they’re easy to make. You can steal fissionable material for nuclear
reactors. Nuclear weapons have almost become a home hand-craft home industry."
There are many ways to come to terms with truth. Facing it is one way. It might just be a whole new beginning to realising just how little we know, and how much we thought we did. In essence, we truly
only begin to learn when we realise we know nothing.
©® Irrira Rikki