I'm curious as to how much of a factor the lack of a sensible way of dealing with the radioactive waste is in regards whether to build a nuclear plant? I mean, the closest that we recently had for an option was the Yucca disposal site until work was stopped. Granted, it wasn't a perfect plan, but it was at least a little better than the various plants just holding the waste on-site. So I was wondering if there was a better option, would more plants be built? Of course, there would still be the stigma in some people's minds of it being a nuclear plant at all, but at least a critique of the plants would be addressed. Barring knowing how to answer to the question, would you have an idea on who to ask about it?