Agreed. Agreed 100%. So do we use a process that generates tons of nuclear waste from every terawatt of electricity generated, or a process that generates three kilograms of nuclear waste for every terawatt of electricity generated? I'd prefer the latter. How about you? Better yet - reuse the fuel over and over again. Yep, like Chernobyl. Fortunately we don't use RBMK reactors. Let's look at the biggest nuclear disaster ever in the US - Three Mile Island. How many square miles of permanently irradiated dead spots are there near that reactor site? Again, I am happy to be called insane by you. We don't have any RBMK reactors. If you want to clean up the mess at Chernobyl, be my guest.