The interior of the power station contain support structures durable enough to withstand nuclear waste. There are many tubes containing the pent-up waste, as well as elevators and gears, constantly winding and turning. To avoid security breach, there are copious amounts of waste-filled pools, with the same effects of acid.
As for security, there are dyno-generators to assure security measures. If one touches the dyno-generators, they will receive a ten-thousand volt shock.
In the heart of the power station is the cylindrical nuclear fission reactor, a reactor core which generates a nuclear reaction in which a heavy nucleus splits spontaneously or on impact with another particle, with the release of energy.
- Oswald Garrington built a miniature nuclear fission reactor for his 2nd grade science project.