Knettel, Hunter, 4th Hour
2. Uranium was (apparently) formed in supernovas about 6.6 billion years ago.
3. Uranium rods with split atoms are dipped into water, creating steam, which turns turbines.
4. Scientists don't even know if uranium naturally reformed!
5. Scientists could launch rockets filled with nuclear waste (lined with lead) at the sun, aided by gravity "catapults". They would need enough fuel to reach celestial bodies to slingshot them to the sun.