Nuclear Energy; Let’s Radiate, Heat And Boil Earth’s Water Forever and Ever

All nuclear plants need water to keep the reactor cool and to ‘filter’ out the extremely toxic radiation that emits from all nuclear reactors.

In the process of cooling the nuclear reaction, water also takes on some of that radiation, making the water hotter, toxic and radioactive as well. Most of the energy coming from the nuclear reaction consists of wasted heat, dumped both into water and air, along with massive amounts of invisible radioactive heavy metal poisons, which in some cases last millions of years.