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Onkalo By Bernice Chauly Onkalo Onkalo meaning cave or cavity is the world s first spent nuclear repository currently being built on the west coast of Finland Built to last years it will be humanity s most ambitious yet fe

  • Title: Onkalo
  • Author: Bernice Chauly
  • ISBN: 9789810776725
  • Page: 316
  • Format: Paperback
  • Onkalo By Bernice Chauly Onkalo meaning cave or cavity is the world s first spent nuclear repository, currently being built on the west coast of Finland Built to last 100,000 years, it will be humanity s most ambitious yet feared monument Chauly s third collection of poems explores the unsayable, of hidden joys and sorrows that delve into the deepest and darkest reaches of womanhood.
    Onkalo By Bernice Chauly

    ONKALO Posiva ONKALO One element of the site investigations conducted at Olkiluoto is the excavation of the underground rock characterisation facility ONKALO that extends approximately to the depth of meters ONKALO has aided in collecting the data needed for the application for the construction licence that was submitted in . Into Eternity Is a Warning Message for the Future Onkalo Finnish for small cave is a deep geological repository, a massive tunnel system that will eventually host , tonsof nuclear waste When all of it is in place, sometime around , Onkalo Nuclear Heritage Nuclear Finland where waste is being buried for , Apr , O lkiluoto island, in western Finland, is a flat stretch of land covered by pine trees and bordered on three sides by the Baltic Sea The nearest town on Onkalo Nuclear Waste Disposal Facility, Olkiluoto, Finland Onkalo Name Meaning Onkalo Family History at Ancestry The Onkalo family name was found in the USA in In there was Onkalo family living in Michigan This was about % of all the recorded Onkalo s in the USA Michigan and other state had the highest population of Onkalo families in

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    1. Dhiyanah on said:

      I love this book The first poem was superbly constructed, threading detail and imagery easily and precisely There was enough in Chauly s poetry for me to pick out and keep I was engaged throughout I wish she would have explored her fascination with Onkalo, the world s first spent nuclear repository, it being the collection s title It fell short as an image concept the poem of the same title was too short, too vague, too quick to stop I felt this way for some of her other brief pieces too and won [...]

    2. Tse Guang on said:

      I m sure others would disagree, but I m not too keen on writing as medication the effects turn out to be less than therapeutic for readers This is good in its own way, but not to my understanding of what poetry should be.

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