Congratulation Canada! What a game!
Feb 28th to be a new public holiday?
I'm hoping you're being sarcastic, but a lot of people think this kind of thing would
be possible. They don't realize the technology involved in splitting atoms.
I think the problems associated w/ this kind of battery would be disposal. But since
it works on the decay of a nuclear substance, I wonder if it would still be harmful
even after the battery died, or is it still radioactive even after it can no longer
sarcastic, yes. I was thinking in a comic-strip way.
After disposal they are still radioactive but with lower intensity than mentioned above. Anyway if they are piled up they are more harmful than beeing scattered.
The question is if the cut backs in "recycling" and (restircted) useability will be tolerable compared to the gain of a powerful energy source…
"Nuclear blast devastates campus"
After the morning computer science lesson a student accidentaly dropped his nuclear empowered laptop on campus which led to an nuclear blast. The surrounding people were struck down but luckily no one was injured apart from the common contamination.