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Are elements with the shortest half life and stable isotopes more rare then is thought. They provide the environment with neutrons and a supply of electrons and protons. Like they say disrupt the food chain and it will fail. If we use elements such as lithium and hydrogen is such vast amount will the future be nothing but the atmosphere being to polluted with more radioactive isotopes than stable ones. What then imagine coming to that point before it's to late and only having ideas on how to dilute the problem.

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