The article itself says that the only way for the spent fuel is to put it underground for 100 years, you went everywhere but didn't answer this central question.
What central question? That nuclear waste can be safely stored underground or recycled? You’re not making much sense.
And that is the thing. Unless and until we have technology that can say throw the spent fuel at the sun instead of burying it, I wouldn't be part of nuclear.
And as was pointed out to you upthread by another poster, the tech for waste recycling or zero waste nuclear does in fact exist, so your priors are not accurate.
The day that becomes a reality, then we can talk about it, till then it's going to be nada from most people.
Another odd statement when the majority of the world’s population lives in countries with functioning nuclear power plants.
I did see even nuclear protests from countries that you claimed were all behind it, when I shared it with you, you didn't want to talk about it. That is called sadly a bias.
No, just irrelevant. Some environmentalists also protest wind/solar installations, so presence of protests doesn’t really support your point.