It is through international news and media channels that first presented the danger of spent radioactive materials of which grabed the attention of The Peach Garden Fund.
The case presented was of an old salt mine that became a repository for radioactive waste, and it is through this case that the knowledge of layers of rock move
constantly beneath our feet became apparent. So thinking of the most current and safest method of radioactive waste disposal such as in steel barrel lined with lead,
filled around with concrete, we are still left with the risk of movements between layers of rock that may crack it open if one half is attached to one layer and the other
half is attached to another layer.
To start, once upon a time a child lived with his mother and on a stormy night the negative cable that supplied electricity was knocked off,
the mother then proceeded to nail a chisel to the ground, that then was connected by a cable into the house to provide the negative charge needed to light the light bulb.
And thus, this story tells of fundamental physics and is the light bulb in this research.
From this point we start from basic. In theory all elements wish to be complete of electrons, so by offering extra electrons using a cathode, in theory, neutralises the nuclear waste.
The other method is to extract electrons, rather than pump in electricity as in electrolysis; we draw out its electron charge to speed up isotope disintegration (also known as radioactive decay).
Looking into a live case, Chernobyl has shed some lights onto the concept of radioactive decay and the theory of half-life in
relative to external variables such as air and rain, etc., since according to some experts it is now almost a forest and liveable.
On this point The Peach Garden Fund invites all to take heed of the oxygen being produced from photosynthesis which contributes to isotope disintergration
in a process we know as oxidation.
Having considered the facts, oxygen is a real solution to deal radioactive incidents in both short term and long term, however
for stored up wastes an alternative is required.
Based on theoretical studies, The Peach Garden Fund presents a method in the form of an electron extraction barrel complete with a depleted uranium rod.
Initially the PGF had planned to develop the barrel, then with some
deliberations, the PGF will now leave this to the individual countries for two reasons: a barrel to extract electron is not hard to achieve
and secondly, to get hold of some depleted uranium and spare used nuclear material is fairly difficult, and to produce it takes time and that ultimately
would take the attention away from the primary objective, so the drawing on the right is a quick sketch of the barrel plus the two part
extraction rod to give the maximum radiation shield.
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