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Nuclear Energy - ... This gives nuclear energy even more of a reason to begin utilizing nuclear energy, because it will create many jobs in manufacturing and mining. Breeder reactors are starting to be researched and are engineers are looking to implement them by 2050. Breeder reactors start a reaction with a set amount of fuel and will continue to produce energy indefinitely. The breeder reactors do not produce unusable waste; all of the waste that comes from a breeder reactor can be turned around and used again within the reactor to produce more energy....   [tags: Nuclear Reactors, Energy Production]
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Nuclear power - One of the most important problems the world is facing today is limited supply of energy resources. It is generally agreed that oil, coal and gas will come to end after some time; therefore it is essential to find a replacement for fossil fuels before they are exhausted. Scientists have carried out many researches, and one of the proposed solutions is nuclear power. Nuclear energy, or atomic energy, is produced in nuclear reactions, when nuclear particles collide with a neutron and explode, emitting energy....   [tags: Environment, Nuclear Energy] 2587 words
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Nuclear Weapons - Nuclear weapons are one of the most powerful weapons available to humans in terms of energy released. Only two nuclear weapons have thus far been used for war purposes in human history; detonated by the United States on Hiroshima, and Nagasaki. The Manhattan Project was started during World War II with the intention of making an atomic weapon for the United States. Today’s nuclear weapons are over 200x more powerful. Nuclear weapons are the only WMD that is not blocked by international treaties....   [tags: Nuclear Weapons Essays]
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Nuclear Weapons - Nuclear weapons are a plague on society. These weapons have no positive effects or results, yet many countries today continue to create and stockpile these weapons. The creation and storing of these weapons have immense costs. They are extremely destructive. The cleanup after the detonation of one of these bombs can cost millions and the deactivation and decontamination of the weapon itself is incredibly expensive. What do these weapons actually do. How are they made. What do they cost. How can we stop the creation and use of them....   [tags: Nuclear Weapons Essays]
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Nuclear Energy - ... After the fuel has been used up the waste is then collected and then recycled so it can then again be used as more energy. The waste is controlled by the NRC, the agency is in agreement with 32 states to allow and manage the waste of nuclear energy. During the process of recycling the radioactive materials go through a process called radioactive decay. And radioactive decay is when the nuclease of a radioactive material releases its energy the reasons this happens is because the radioactive nuclei is unstable and is constantly changing because it’s always trying to stable its self....   [tags: Radiation, Nuclear Weapons]
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Nuclear Power - ... This event foreshadowed the disaster that was possible in Chernobyl. Chernobyl is a town in the Ukraine, in April of 1986 one of the reactors “went out of control during a test at low-power, leading to an explosion and fire that demolished the reac-tor building and released large amounts of radiation into the atmosphere”(IAEA, n.d. b). Over the years a total of 62 lives have been claimed by this disaster (United Nations Scien-tific Committee on the Effects of Atomic Radiation, 2008, pp. 22-23) but, the World Health Organization (WHO), IAEA, and the United Nation Development Program (UNDP) released a report that claims that up to 4000 people may eventually die from this event (WHO, IAEA, & UNDP, 2005)....   [tags: Nuclear Disasters, Energy, United States]
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The Future of Nuclear Power - Nuclear plants have been generating electricity since 1954. (O'Keefe, O'Brien, Pearsall, 2010) It was very perspective technology, which could change the world. So nuclear power was developed quite fast. Many new nuclear reactors were built in the U.S., Canada, Japan, several European countries, and the former USSR. (Vanek &Albright, 2008) As a result substantial amount of electricity has been generated by nuclear power since 1970. Then in 1973 oil crisis started, therefore many countries thought that this technology can help them to become less dependent on foreign oil....   [tags: Nuclear Energy]
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Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant - March 11, 2011 marked the date in which the northern region of Japan, Tohoku, experienced a dreadful environmental tragedy that altered the lives of many Japanese people. A massive earthquake and tsunami triggered widespread and irrevocable damage to not only the Tohoku region and communities living there, but also to the nuclear reactors at the Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant ensuing the uncontrolled release of radiation into the environment. Due to this nuclear catastrophe at the Fukushima Daiichi Power Plant, many people have begun to question the plausibility of nuclear safety and the possibility of reliable government information....   [tags: Nuclear Power] 2165 words
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Advantages of Nuclear Fusion for Energy - Nuclear energy is an alternative to using fossil fuels. Although nuclear energy is also nonrenewable, it has a much lower amount of air pollution, as well as a lower risk of affecting the climate through global warming. There are three main kinds of nuclear energy, nuclear fusion, nuclear fission, and radioactive decay. This report will explain how nuclear fusion works, as well as explaining the advantages and disadvantages of nuclear fusion. Nuclear fusion occurs when two or more elements are fused together....   [tags: Nuclear energy, ] 782 words
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Nuclear Solution For the Future - Nuclear Solution for the Future For forty years the United States has encountered increased prices and demand for energy. So what has been done to end the country’s energy crisis. Numerous organizations such as, The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Department of Energy (DOE) have done research and made recommendations, but no systems have been put in place to resolve this volatile situation. The U.S. has resources and technologies available to solve the energy issue within the next 30 years, yet politicians struggle with the topic for fear of voter reprisal....   [tags: Nuclear Energy]
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Fukushima and The Future of Nuclear Power - On March 11, 2011, in Japan’s main island was sudden, violent shake of the earth with a magnitude of 9.0 on the Richter scale. The earthquake resulted in extremely bad damages and the tsunami, which came after the shake, caused the Fukushima Daiichi power plant’s explosion. This brought about a spread of radioactive substances into the surroundings. After this event, there has been growing concern as to whether nuclear energy is a dangerous source of power. Several European countries, such as Switzerland, Germany, Italy, reacted to this accident (“IRRS follow-up mission Germany 2011,” 2011)....   [tags: Nuclear Energy]
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The Chernoblyl Nuclear Plant Disaster - ... In the test that was to be conducted the power of the reactor was to be lowered to 700 Megawatts (MW); less than one fourth of the normal 3200 MW. However, buildup of xenon-135, which is a stable element due to a full outermost electron shell, slowed down the reactor further. Xenon-135 acts similarly to control rods in the reactor. It is a neutron absorber which means it prevents the neutrons from creating further fissions by taking neutrons into the nucleus and holding them there. The power dropped even lower when the controller accidentally inserted the control rods too far into the reactor....   [tags: nuclear fallout, worst nuclear disaster]
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Nuclear Testing - Nuclear Testing Intro "In the dim light of a hospital room, seven year old Jimmy was remembering the day on which he was told he had leukaemia. He remembered his mother's tears, his father's bewildered anger, the alien feeling of the hospital's environment. His mind replayed the nausea and the diarrhoea caused by radiation therapy and chemotherapy, his hair falling out and kids laughing at him... Jimmy died gently, utterly exhausted having lost so much blood. His tissue had broken down completely, and he was bleeding from every body opening....   [tags: Nuclear Weapons] 1839 words
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Nuclear Physics - The Nucleus of an atom consists of protons, and neutrons. A proton has a charge of positive one while a neutron has no electric charge at all and both have a mass of one atomic mass unit. These two particles are known as nucleons. On the outside of the nucleus electrons can be found. These electrons have a charge of negative one and a mass that is negligible because of how small it is compared to the nucleons. The discovery of the electron showed that the atom might have an internal structure. It was originally thought to be a conglomerate or "plum pudding" as it was called....   [tags: physics nuclear] 1184 words
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Nuclear Power as An Alternative Energy Source - Nuclear fission is going to become more and more useful in worldwide power production for the foreseeable future. The reasons are numerous, but can be summarized by the relative ease of reliable power production that is provided. This does not go without having many disadvantages. But it is the fact that nuclear fission provides a massive amount of reliable electrical energy at a relatively low cost that has many countries investigating the possibilities of nuclear power generation. To understand why nuclear power would be the only option (at this time) for an alternative to fossil fuel burning for energy production is to understand its history, the world’s current power production from nuclear power, and where it is going in the foreseeable future....   [tags: Nuclear Energy]
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Ridding The World of Nuclear Weapons - In history, nuclear weapons have been used twice during the closing days of the World War II. The first one was dropped on the 6th of August 1945 on Hiroshima and the second bomb was dropped three days later on Nagasaki. Those bombs have stretched the limits of human imagination with millions of innocent people killed. Fortunately, those are the first two nuclear bombs that were used until now, just yet. Many organizations, many countries, and many people have debated on the pros and cons of nuclear weapons....   [tags: Nuclear Weapons Essays]
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Argument Against Nuclear Power - ... The byproducts of this process are radioactive wastes that unfortunately will take hundreds of thousands of years to degrade and become un-hazardous. This creates a number of very large problems as a single power plant can generate vast accumulations of radioactive waste every year. Even though the nuclear power industry has been operating in the United States since the fifties, the US Department of Energy has yet to offer a comprehensive, long-term or permanent storage plan for spent nuclear waste....   [tags: Anti Nuclear Energy]
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The Debate Over Nuclear Power - ... What it does produce is managed and secured. Unlike alternative energies such as wind turbines and solar farms, nuclear power plants do not take up a lot of space and doesn’t rely on weather conditions, like sun or wind.Nuclear reactors can also be built right next to the location where the energy is used, while hydroelectric dams are often far away, next to the body of water that drives them. Finally, the natural abundance of uranium in the U.S. reduces our reliance on foreign energy sources....   [tags: nuclear reactors, global warming]
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The Effectiveness of Nuclear Weapons for Deterrence - Warfare, has been used throughout the centuries by kings, emperors, and rulers to protect their land and more so their people. There are two types of warfare, one being that of traditional warfare which generally, consists of leaders using mass armies to conquer the opposing side, however, changes in technologies and weapons meant that leaders had to rethink the way in which they fought battles. The use of gunpowder weapons changed the way in which battles were fought dating back as early as the late 13th century with the introduction of the bronze-barrelled cannon (Rietbergen, 1998)....   [tags: Nuclear Weapons Essays]
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Nuclear Energy -- The Fukushima Disaster - ... This was a similar concern during the nuclear mishap of Chernobyl, in 1986. It is clear now that there were cases of cancer caused by the Chernobyl disaster, but at this time it is difficult to draw conclusions about Fukushima. Although the number of thyroid cysts was high after Fukushima, they were not considered a concern because they were too small to develop into something more serious. It is unknown at this point if there will be long-term health effects, although it appears the short-term consequences were minor....   [tags: fusion, nuclear accidents, radiation]
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The Chernobyl Nuclear Plant in Ukraine - ... (See pictures two and three). Obviously there are many different forms of energy that can be harnessed to produce electricity, and some are better than others because each have different risks and advantages. Solar, water, and wind power are both great because of the fact that they are renewable and don’t give off any pollutants (Energy source comparison, n.d.). There are of course downsides as well. Many areas do not have the room necessary for wind or solar power, and even if they do they must have the right conditions as well....   [tags: radiation, disaster, nuclear power]
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Nuclear Fusion - The Industrial Revolution sparked a need for large sources of energy. Human and animal labor could not provide the power necessary to power industrial machinery, railroads, and ships. The steam engine and later the internal combustion engine provided the bulk of the energy required by the industrial age. Today most nations are still heavily reliant on energy that comes from combustion. Usually coal, petrolium, and natural gas are used. Some hydroelectric, wind power, and nuclear fission sources are used, but in the US they accounted for less than 20% of the total energy consumption in 1997 (1)....   [tags: physics nuclear fusion]
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The Viability of Nuclear Energy - ... As a result, it took 14 years to clean up Three Mile Island; it will take 79 years to clean up Chernobyl and a yet to be decided amount of time to clean up the Fukushima disaster. Cleaning up disasters is very costly because it takes years to properly dispose and remediate the area. Furthermore, the amount of mutations accounted for in animals grew sharply after these catastrophes. After the Chernobyl incident, animals such as pigs were found containing more than 4 legs. Likewise, within 300km of the Fukushima plant, assortments of mutated cicadas were found....   [tags: Advanced Protocol, Nuclear Plant Disaster]
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Nuclear Power Is Too Dangerous and Should Be Phased Out - ... .” This evidence shows how dangerous nuclear energy is to the environment. More evidence shows how nuclear power pollutes the environment. Fears also notes how “. . .the plant itself at the point of producing energy may not be emitting as much carbon pollution as a coal plant, it does create equal or greater amounts of carbon emissions during the entire process leading up to that point. According to Ernest Callenback, Gar Smith, and Jerry Mander, as quoted in “Nuclear Power Is Expensive and Bad for the Environment...It’s Being Pushed Because It Is Good for Making Bombs” as published on the washingtonsblog.com website: For more than 50 years, nuclear energy has been quietly polluting the air, land, water[,] and bodies-while also contributing to Global Warming through the CO2 emissions from its construction, mining[,] and manufacturing operations....   [tags: Nuclear Energy]
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Nuclear Weapons And The Development Of Nuclear Warfare - Nuclear weapons are the most powerful and destructive technology ever created. From the first notion that nuclear technology could be harnessed to create a bomb, massive amounts of time and energy (as well as government funding) have been invested in further increasing the destructive yield of nuclear weapons. The process of development was carried out independently by governments worldwide. Despite the segregation of groups of scientists and secrecy surrounding their discoveries, design strategies and problems remained basically the same in all development projects with similar solutions being realized more or less concurrently....   [tags: Nuclear Weapons Essays]
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Nuclear Medicine - Nuclear Medicine is the use of radioisotopes for diagnosis, treatment, and research. Radioactive chemical tracers emit gamma rays which provides diagnostic information about a person's anatomy and the functioning of specific organs. Radioisotopes are also utilizes in treatments of diseases such as cancer. It is estimated that approximately one in two people in Western countries are likely to experience the benefits of nuclear medicine in their lifetime. To understand what a radioactive isotope is a basic understanding of the atom is necessary....   [tags: nuclear medicine medical] 2371 words
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Civil Nuclear Cooperation Initiative with India - Nuclear technology and weaponry is an issue that has often been the focal point for many nations around the world as it relates to the development of their foreign policy. During the past fifty years, nuclear technology has been on the rise and in some cases has resulted in tension between certain nations. One example would be that of the Cuban Missile Crisis in 1962 when the United States and the Soviet Union almost engaged in nuclear war. Since the rise of nuclear weaponry, global precautions have been taken to prevent the outbreak of war and violence....   [tags: US India Nuclear Deal]
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Nuclear Power Plants and Earthquakes: Fukushima - ... This is a little disturbing if you think about how easily America, your home could be destroyed. According to the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC), there are annual checks if the plant is within its licensing regulations. The limit of power levels is 2,000,000 watts (Dolgan, 2013). Inspections include emergency preparedness, maintenance and surveillance activities, organizational structure, design and design control, operational activities, fuel handling, and qualifications and responsibilities....   [tags: nuclear power, Tsunami, Japan]
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Germany's Decision to Abandon Nuclear Energy - An accident occurred in Fukushima on March 11, 2011, produced a resonance in the international community with regard to nuclear policy. Many countries have not changed their views on nuclear power. For example, governments of the countries such as the U.S., Ukraine and Russia have decided not to make changes in the further development of atomic energetics (“Policy Responses to the Fukushima accident”, 2011). Nevertheless, there is the exception in the form of Germany’s reaction. The German government led by Angela Merkel took the radical decision with respect to the energy future of the country....   [tags: Nuclear Energy, Germany]
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Moving Away From Nuclear Energy - ... It enjoys many advantages: greener emissions, higher efficiency, advanced ability of peak load. However, the cost of gas is more than three times that of nuclear power as Taiwan greatly relies on the import. She imported nearly 600 billion cubic feet of gas in 2012, making it the world's sixth largest gas importer, according to FACTS Global Energy. The statics published by Taipower in 2012 reveals that during the past decade the price of gas nearly has increased by 93% as the result of increasing price of fossil oil....   [tags: politics, nuclear power]
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Peaceful Uses for Nuclear Technology - ... Angola shows no enthusiasm in using nuclear energy for military purposes. The Nation of Angola believes that peaceful uses of nuclear energy benefit developing countries as it improves them socially and economically. III. UN Involvement The United Nations supports nuclear technology as long as it is for peaceful purposes. There have been several treaties and resolutions against the proliferation of nuclear weapons, because they are unsafe for countries housing them (they could prematurely detonate) as well as for countries bombed upon....   [tags: plutonium, nuclear reactors, Angola, UN, terrorism]
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Nuclear Power Is Necessary - Nuclear Power Is Necessary In the year 2078, Jimmy was in shock when it was announced on TV that the world had officially run out of fossil fuels. Due to the decisions made about 80 years ago, Jimmy realized that he and his family would have to make their own energy. If people had left open and made more nuclear power plants, the world would have continued to run without having to be afraid of losing its energy sources. Now, the technology that had required large amounts of energy, such as Jimmy's computer, would be worthless....   [tags: Nuclear Energy] 1258 words
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Nuclear Energy: The Future of Energy Production - ... In other countries, adoption of solar energy is cost efficient only in long term cases in which there are an ample supply of men able to do repairs and maintenance on solar panel arrays. In America, our nation-wide output of solar energy peaked at what a medium-sized natural gas-fired power plant would generate(Woody). Rural areas, which are often the areas where solar arrays would be most effective, are usually left out of the range that technicians would be willing to go to. Hydroelectricity uses walls of compacted dirt and metals to harness the potential energy of an area of water’s natural flow, which winds turbines on it’s way downstream....   [tags: Pro Nuclear Energy]
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Nuclear Proliferation - Nuclear Proliferation Andrew Jackson’s farewell address to the nation, he stated, “We shall more certainly preserve peace when it is well understood that we are prepared for war,” (Political Quotations #3719). The United States has always throughout history been a major military power from the use of abnormal tactics during the Revolutionary War (1776) to the use of its technology and advanced weapons in the Persian Gulf War (1991). After World War II and the Cold War Era, the United States has been able to defend its citizens from any form of a military attack from the sea, air, and the ground on the eastern and western seaboards....   [tags: War Nuclear Weapons Distruction Essays] 1501 words
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Nuclear Disaster Report - ... (Samuel Upton Newtan, 2007) Without proper information, these villagers were clueless and overly frightened by mysterious illnesses that were occurring amongst the people around them. (Soran, D. & Stillman, D., 1982) The components of this disaster were not purely negative, but when looked at through the eyes of an outsider, the negatives outweighed the positives. Though many factors made up this event, health was a huge concern in the history of this disaster. Among the people of the twenty-two villages that were evacuated, individuals were concerned because of mysterious illnesses occurring....   [tags: cold war, soviet union, nuclear fuel]
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Nuclear Arms - Nuclear Arms On August 6, 1945, Hiroshima was devastated by "a most cruel and terrible new bomb," as described by Emperor Hirohito, one of the Axis leaders during World War II. Since then, nuclear weapons have become a major threat to humanity as more and more missiles, bombs, and other weapons are created by different countries. Today, many nations, including the United States and Russia, are working together to disarm their stockpile of nuclear weapons. Germany first started developing a fission bomb in 1939....   [tags: Papers Nuclear Bomb Cold War Disarment Essays] 628 words
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Nuclear Weapons in Iran and North Korea Should Be Ended - Nuclear weapons are a problem that the world is facing today as countries want to have their own for different reasons and this threatens our world’s security and stability. First it was North Korea and now Iran. As the world tries to decrease the possession of nuclear weapons, these countries are now building them for a sense of power or use in the future. No matter what the reason is, the great intimidation it causes is troubling and needs to be ended. During the Cold War, countries having nuclear weapons meant that they will think rationally and not start a war since they know the reality which is that they are dealing with weapons of mass destruction....   [tags: Nuclear weapons, government,] 545 words
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Will an Agreement Slow Iran’s Nuclear Weapons Program? - ... This make Israel itself very motivated to make sure that there is a stop to their own program as any cost. Ever since the Shah was removed from power during the Islamic revolution the Israelis had and even bigger concern because those who took power after the Shah was overthrown were the Shiite clerics in a Shiite nation that sees Israel as an state as illegitimate and has no right to even be a Jewish nation so it is very understandable the concern that the Israelis have with the Iranians. Furthermore according to Colin H Kahl “The Iranian government currently supports and sponsors for terrorist across the Middle East”....   [tags: Iran’s Nuclear Weapons]
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North Korea: Nuclear Friend or Foe? - North Korea: Nuclear Friend or Foe. Introduction It is 2025. After decades of bickering and intense fighting, India and Pakistan finally break out into general war. Millions are killed in the nuclear exchange. Other countries are drawn into the fray, ultimately widening the landscape of war. The death toll reaches a billion lives. In essence, you are witnessing a nuclear holocaust. Fortunately, this is a completely fictitious event; something one would think was straight out of a movie. The scary part is that as more and more countries begin to acquire nuclear weapons, further nuclear research, and pursue other nuclear-related projects, this can be very real....   [tags: Nuclear proliferation] 2257 words
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Nuclear Energy: Fukushima Daiichi Power Plant - ... Nature parks are even created in these areas by energy companies. An even more surprising environmental fact is the amount of acres needed for nuclear power plants as compared to wind and solar farms. Wind farms require 150,000-180,000 acres of land while solar farms require around 54,000 acres. Nuclear power plants only require 200-400 acres (Community Science Action Guides, n.d.). That is up to 179,800 less acres than wind farms and 53,800 less acres than solar farms. Despite the various positives of nuclear power plants, catastrophes can ruin it all....   [tags: nuclear disaster, reactors, radioactive]
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Nuclear Crisis at Three Mile Island - Nuclear Crisis at Three Mile Island Abstract In March of 1979, just ten miles south of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, the Nuclear Power Plant at Three Mile Island Unit 2 came close to nuclear melt down. Despite standards set by the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC), the plant ran for several years prior to the accident under poor conditions. Communication certainly played a role in this near tragedy, as two engineers had foreseen the consequences, but their advice went unheeded. Although most of the economic and social impacts of this incident were minimal, this unpleasant event ended the nuclear power industry in America....   [tags: Nuclear Meltdown]
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Nuclear Pollution Plagues Former Soviet Union - ... Perhaps the company leaders responsible for the damage face criminal charges. According to researcher Alexander Zaitchik, who has interviewed victims of this catastrophe, the government fully understood the immensity of the blow. An entire evacuation was planned, however, not all residents were evacuated. Zaitchik claims only the ethnic Russians, with a population of 2,300 were evacuated. The remaining 2,700 ethnic Tatar were left as possible medical experiments. If that isn't appalling enough, these citizens were forced to work as "liquidators." They burned crops, buried dead animals, cleaned walls, dismantled buildings and scrubbed them clean....   [tags: environment, nuclear pollution]
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Power of Nuclear Energy - Missing Works Cited The Power of Nuclear Energy Abstract The use of nuclear energy is a big topic for debate. Many countries have fully embraced it while others, such as the U. S., haven’t. Nuclear energy is feared for its danger and scorned because of its wastes. On the other hand, nuclear energy does have some pros like cheaper cost of energy and environmentally safe. Reactor breeders show great promise in nuclear waste, but are it enough to convince the nation. Introduction Nuclear knowledge has existed for a long time....   [tags: Nuclear Reactor Breeders] 2583 words
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Food Irradiation: We Are Eating Nuclear Food! - ... “Organic apples, pears, potatoes and corn contain on average more than double the amount of calcium, iron, magnesium, potassium, phosphorus, zinc, and selenium than their conventionally grown counterparts (Smith,1993). Two recent peer- reviewed articles state that little research has been conducted to determine if raw organic produce is less likely to contain potentially harmful bacteria.”(Dyck). The main reason why the FDA backs up irradiation up so much is because of the facts that it kills potentially harmful bacteria....   [tags: health, nuclear regulatory commision]
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Nuclear Weapons: Destructors Or Saviors? - When one thinks of complete and total annihilation, the plumage of an infamous mushroom cloud is undoubtedly an image which comes to mind. This ominous image is ". . . a tiger which must be looked in the eye," (Looking the Tiger in the Eye, 1982). The reason for which we must examine the issue of nuclear weapons, is best stated in the words of J. Robert Oppenheimer, ". . . until we have looked this tiger in the eye, we shall ever be in the worst of all possible dangers, of which we may back into him." In an attempt to prevent ourselves from backing into this proverbial tiger, we will discuss the following subheadings of nuclear arms: should countries dismantle their nuclear arms; and whether a nuclear war can occur, without resulting in a total nuclear holocaust of both conflicting parties....   [tags: Nuclear Weapons Essays] 732 words
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The Negative Effects of Nuclear Energy - The Negative Effects of Nuclear Energy Works Cited Missing In 1950, the first commercial nuclear power plants were constructed. The public was promised a non-polluting and resourceful type of energy, but how safe was, and is, nuclear energy. Although there are less than 500 licensed nuclear power plants in the world, many nuclear accidents have already been endangering civilian lives. More serious accidents are not just likely, but inevitable (Fairchild 29). Nuclear energy may appear to be the ideal source of energy for the future: however, there are many negative effects of nuclear energy that can lead to very dangerous situations....   [tags: Nuclear Energy Negative Essays] 2114 words
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The High Cost of Nuclear Weapons - Throughout the entirety of the twentieth century, the most disputed topic of discussion has perhaps been that of nuclear weapons. Some people argue these weapons of mass destruction are vital to the survival of order and decency in the world, while others contend that nuclear weapons will bring an end to civilization as we now know it. Regardless of both of these arguments, there are two things that just about nobody can deny – nuclear weapons are extremely expensive and enormously destructive....   [tags: Nuclear Weapons Essays]
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Nuclear Power - A Short History - Nuclear Power - A Short History Nuclear fission is the splitting of the nuclei of (normally) very heavy or unstable elements (normally heavier than iron), resulting in a release of large amounts of energy as well as the unstable, radioactive isotopes of lighter elements, as well as any logical number of neutrons. For uranium 235, the most abundant usable fuel present in nature, the number of neutrons released is about 2.4 per atom, and the energy released is about 215 MeV per atom (Example, nd), or about 215 MeV * 6.02*10^23 235U * 1000 g * joule 235U 1 * g * Kg * MeV * 1.602*10-13 = 8.05*10^15 joule or 8.05 petajoule per kilogram of uranium 235 However, uranium is not found in natural concentrations of more than 0.7% of any given amount of uranium; in order to efficiently obtain energy from uranium, one must "enrich" the uranium, or concentrate the usable isotopes (Uranium, nd)....   [tags: Nuclear Energy Breeder Fission]
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The North Korean Nuclear Crisis - The North Korean Nuclear Crisis The Nuclear Crisis of 1993 The question of a nuclear North Korea has roots dating back to the 1980's. Initial concerns arose in the mid-1980's, with intelligence reports proposing the potential for North Korean nuclear ambitions. Reports cite the construction of a nuclear reactor capable of producing weapons-grade plutonium . The reactor in question, located in Yongbyon, was the focus of the first North Korean nuclear crisis in 1993. The Clinton administration proceeded with diplomatic efforts, forging an agreement by 1994 that effectually ended the crisis....   [tags: Weapons Nuclear Korea Essays] 4005 words
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Individual and Society: Nuclear Weapons - Individual and Society: Nuclear Weapons The background of atomic weapons begins in 1896 with the discovery of radioactivity by Beoquerel. The nuclear age however, really erupted in the 1940’s. since that decade, many individuals have contributed to developing the nuclear arms race. The evolution of nuclear weapons has made a large impact on society by causing a great deal of trauma, dispute and competition. Nuclear weapons developed in the 1940’s. Scientists in the 19th century discovered the splitting of the atom....   [tags: Nuclear Weapons Essays]
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The Effectiveness of Nuclear Weapons for Deterrence - 'Nuclear weapons protect our country. The very fact we have them means no-one will ever use them' In this account, I am going to discuss the diverse arguments which concern the issue of nuclear weapons, and whether or not their ownership actually voids use. Exploring both contrasting arguments, I will discuss both sides to the subject; arguments which support this statement contrast a great deal to those who rebut it, yet both sides have their valid reasons to their case; those who favour the statement believe that the weapons are somewhat of a taboo, however, those who support the opposing view look at the matter a lot more practically, after all nuclear weapons are extremely destructive....   [tags: Nuclear Weapons Essays] 810 words
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Nuclear Weapons of the Cold War - The pope quickly organized a meeting to prepare the world for a weapon that would destroy all life on earth. "Pope Innocent II organized the conference in 11391" because of a crossbow. Approximately 800 years from this conference, the Cold War has begun. The potential of mass destruction could occur at any moment. More efforts for mining and technology went toward constructing nuclear weapons. Missiles, such as, the Tomahawk® Cruise Missile and the Trident Fleet Ballistic Missile were the new wave of nuclear weapons, in the 1980’s, used in the Cold War....   [tags: Nuclear Weapons Essays]
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The Horror of Nuclear Weapons - The world trembled when America dropped the atom bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki. The world trembled once again years later, but this time to the heavy steps of Godzilla. Along with him came his highly radioactive body leaving trails of radioactive residue. His main abilities were his plasma breath ray, immunity to normal weapons, and great strength. He was created for a horror movie that showed the effect of what worried the Japanese at the time- Nuclear weapons. In the movie, he represents pure evil, destroying everything in his path....   [tags: Nuclear Weapons Essays] 1181 words
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History of Nuclear Weapons - 1930 Schrödinger views electrons as continuous clouds and introduces "wave mechanics" as a mathematical model of the atom. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1931 Albert Einstein urges all scientists to refuse military work. Harold C. Urey of the United States and associates discover deuterium (heavy hydrogen) which is present (0.014%) in all natural hydrogen compounds including water. John D. Crockcroft of Great Britain develops high-voltage apparatus for atomic transmutation....   [tags: Development of Nuclear Weapons] 834 words
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The Effects of Nuclear Weapons - The Effects of Nuclear Weapons The United States is the most powerful country in the World. They have the biggest army, navy, and airforce, but that is not why other countries fear them. The reason the United States is feared, is because of its nuclear capabilities. The United States has the power to blow up the entire World without even using half of their nuclear bombs. Having all of this nuclear power is good, because it prevents other countries from trying to go to war with the United States....   [tags: Nuclear Weapons Essays]
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Nuclear Weapons Promote Religion - In some sort of crude sense which no vulgarity, no humor, no overstatement can quite extinguish, the physicists have known sin; and this is a knowledge which they cannot lose. J. Robert Oppenheimer (AJ Software and Multimedia. History of Atomic Bomb). The most destructive weapons every created in the world that in seconds kill up to 200,000 people and destroy a area two mile wide was created not by generals but scientists. It forced people to look at religion for answers on the use of these weapons and how to deal with living in the nuclear age....   [tags: Nuclear Weapons Essays]
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Moral Risk And Nuclear Weapons - Moral Risk and Nuclear Weapons See the Cat. See the Cradle. "'See the cat?' asked Newt. 'See the cradle?'" (Vonnegut- 183). The day the atomic bomb dropped, August 6, 1945, was the day in which Newt Hoenikker's father tried to play a game with him. Felix, one of the scientists who had helped create the weapon, wanted to play cat's cradle. It is a game played with string looped over the fingers. After a series of movements, one is supposed to be able to see what appears to be a cradle shape. To most, it simply looks like a tangled string....   [tags: Nuclear Weapons Essays] 1295 words
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Nuclear Waste Disposal - Nuclear Waste Disposal For over the last half century, the production and exploit of nuclear technology has spread into many areas of the current modern society and affects each individual in one way or another. Nuclear technology has become relevant in areas of the advancement of energy production, national defense, and also the medicinal field as well. But, along with the use of nuclear technology comes an added burden: nuclear waste. As defined, “Nuclear waste is the type of waste that results from the use and production of nuclear materials....   [tags: Nuclear Waste Disposal Environmental Essays]
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Chernobyl Nuclear Disaster - Chernobyl Nuclear Disaster The Chernobyl disaster was the worst industrial disaster in the history of the world. On April 26, at 1:24am reactor number 4 at the Chernobyl plant blew up. The explosion was the result of an experiment that, due to human error, went awry. The operator at the time made the first mistake that lead to the disaster by disabling automatic shutdown mechanisms. When the operator then went to shut down the reactor from its unstable condition the poor design of the reactor and its systems caused a dramatic power surge within the reactor....   [tags: Chernobyl History Nuclear Essays Papers]
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Nuclear Power: How Does it Work? Does it Have a Future? - ... The fuel decays naturally and emits neutrons. A nuclear chain reaction starts spontaneously at a given U-235 concentration and an optimal geometric array of the fuel assembly, a situation known as critical mass. On bombardment by neutrons the U-235 nucleus splits, releasing heat, radiation and more neutrons. These in turn bombard more U-235 atoms producing a self-sustaining chain reaction. The control of this reaction is provided by moderators, rods of material that absorb neutrons such as boron and cadmium....   [tags: The Science of Nuclear Power] 2086 words
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Environmental Consequences of Nuclear Weapons Use - Nuclear weapons have a long-lasting and devastating effect on the world for many years after an initial explosion. Fallout from United States atmospheric testing from 1945 to 1963 killed an estimated 70,000 to 800,000 people worldwide. People who have worked in the early nuclear weapons programs have been exposed to significant amounts of radiation (Schwartz 395). When a nuclear weapon goes off, there are four basic types of explosions: air bursts, surface blast, subsurface burst, and high altitude burst....   [tags: Nuclear Weapons Essays]
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Christians' Justifications of Using Nuclear Weapons - Christians' Justifications of Using Nuclear Weapons When answering the title of this essay, you have to first look at why countries retain and develop nuclear weapons. The first reason and most obvious of all is to use the nuclear device to destroy an enemy. A good Christian however can never justify this, because no matter how accurate your weapons are you will undoubtedly kill innocent civilians. If you look at the Ten Commandments laid down by God you will see that God was opposed to war, violence and any form of mistreatment....   [tags: Nuclear Weapons Essays] 549 words
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Fear of Nuclear Weapons in Modern Society - Missing Works Cited Nuclear research and its effects on modern fear of nuclear war "The time will come when mankind will curse the name of Los Alamos and Hiroshima (Hawkins 1983 260-261)." When nuclear weapons were first discovered back in the 1940's, no one knew the force they were going to have on the world. Many lives were taken when the United States of America dropped atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki. These lives could have been saved if the communication between the United States and Japan were better....   [tags: Nuclear Weapons Essays] 1640 words
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Nuclear Tragedy on Three Mile Island - Nuclear Tragedy on Three Mile Island The Three Mile Island accident can be attributed to both human error and mechanical failure. This story begins on March 28, 1979 at about four o'clock in the morning. Every thing seemed to be running efficiently down at the nuclear power plant in Three Mile Island. Little did anyone know the catastrophe that was about to occur. The problem started in the secondary loop. There was a slight malfunction, which caused the pumps to shut down automatically. The alarms sounded immediately within the control room....   [tags: History Nuclear Essays]
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Socaial Change: Albert Einstein and the Building of a Nuclear Bomb - The film titled “Einstein’s Letter” depicts the historical events that took place beginning the summer of 1939; world renowned physicist Albert Einstein agreed to sign a letter to President Franklin D. Roosevelt that would change the world forever. He was visited at his Long Island home by Hungarian physicists Leo Szilard and Eugene Wigner in order to get his help in urging the President to build a nuclear bomb. They felt that the building of this atomic bomb and the treat of its detonation would save the world....   [tags: nuclear weapons, USA, history, Albert Einstein,]
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Chinese Violation of the United Nations Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty - In this day and age, society operates in constant threat of terrorism, war, and nuclear fallout; the rapid growth of international militaristic power contributes to the ever-present fear in the back of all of our minds. None of us can go through the day without hearing a newscaster or radio personality talking about the growing threat that Iran or Afghanistan or North Korea poses to the global community, but there is one State that we hear of. This threat works in a much vaster environment, and shrouds itself in cloaks of secrecy and deception – China....   [tags: International Politics, Chinese Nuclear Program] 1025 words
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The Geological Impact of Nuclear Testing at the Nevada Test Site - The Geological Impact of Nuclear Testing at the Nevada Test Site The Nevada Test Site is an area designated by the United States Government for Nuclear Weapons testing. It is located in rural southern Nevada and is about the size of the State of Rhode Island. This location was founded in 1952 as one of 5 on land sites designated for this task. Above ground nuclear or atmospheric testing was conducted at the Nevada Test Site until 1958. There was a break in testing until the United States decided to begin underground testing in 1962....   [tags: Nuclear Testing papers]
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Danger Underground: Nuclear Waste Disposal in Yucca Mountain - Danger Underground: Nuclear Waste Disposal in Yucca Mountain Introduction The U.S. Department of Energy has proposed plans to deposit 70,000 tons of highly radioactive waste underground Yucca Mountain in Nevada. While many environmental questions and concerns have been raised about the safety of the waste disposal plan for the next 10,000 years, there appears to be no alternative. Waste from nuclear weapons and nuclear power plants are a serious environmental problem that will be present for generations to come....   [tags: Nuclear Energy Essays]
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Nuclear Iconography in Post-Cold War Culture - Nuclear Iconography in Post-Cold War Culture I wish in this paper to sketch a project involving nuclear iconography and post-Cold War culture. At the heart of this project is the claim that the current historical moment forms a legitimation crisis for the scientific, military, industrial, governmental, and "cultural" institutions whose interests are configured in the design, manufacture, deployment, and "use" of nuclear weapons. Within this moment, a variety of progressive and regressive movements have been intitiated through the production and reception of nuclear weapons rhetoric....   [tags: Culture War Nuclear Iconography Essays] 1760 words
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The Effects of the Chernobyl Accident on International Actions Concerning Nuclear Power - The Effects of the Chernobyl Accident on International Actions Concerning Nuclear Power Early in the morning of April 27, 1986, the world experienced its largest nuclear disaster ever (Gould 40). While violating safety protocol during a test, Reactor 4 at the Chernobyl power plant was placed in a severely unstable state, and in a matter of seconds the reactor output shot up to 120 times the rated output (Flavin 8). The resulting steam explosion tossed aside the reactor’s 1,000 ton concrete covering and released radioactive particles up to one and a half miles into the sky (Gould 38)....   [tags: History Nuclear Historical Essays]
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Nuclear Energy - ... Within nuclear reactors, the uranium atoms are forced to break apart. Fission products are produced as a result, because when the atoms split they release these tiny particles. When the uranium atoms split, it sets off a chain reaction of sorts which produces heat. The heat that is produced from this process warms the cooling agent of the reactor. The cooling agent in turn then produces steam, the steam then turns the turbines, and generators are then driven by the turbines which ultimately produce electricity....   [tags: uranium,natural resources,radiation]
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Nuclear Energy - Nuclear Energy Energy consumption has become a necessity and an important part of our daily life in the past 10 years. It seems that the world is looking for an energy source that is cleaner, cheaper and more efficient and since nuclear energy has emerged it has become the forerunner for alternative energy sources. ‘As of 2004, nuclear power provided 6.5% of the world's energy and 15.7% of the world's electricity, with the U.S., France, and Japan together accounting for 57% of nuclear generated electricity’ (‘Nuclear energy facts’ 2007)....   [tags: Renewable Energy]
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Nuclear Weapons - ... The larger the stockpile of nuclear weapons a country has, the stronger they will appear. Thus, it is clear that fear is the primary driving force behind nuclear deterrence. The Oxford dictionary defines fear as an unpleasant emotion caused by the threat of danger, pain or harm; this “unpleasant emotion is the only thing which stands between total destruction and peace. When conflicts occur between countries, nuclear deterrence is the ultimate resolution. The country with fewer nuclear weapons will have to end their efforts in sustaining the conflict, resolving the issue....   [tags: global issues, weapons of mass destruction]
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Nuclear Energy - Nuclear energy now is the world’s mainly useful form of energy. Energy are devolved and have been used from the fossils fuels and are still be used now, but it is not an option to use it in the future. So this turned that we have a nuclear power as the best choice. There are many positives to nuclear energy over fossil fuels such as less global warming effects. At this time nuclear power provides 6% of the world’s energy and about 14% of the world’s electricity. The best part of this nuclear power is generated from the U.S., Japan, and France....   [tags: Energy ]
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Nuclear Power - Nuclear power is a technology that has enormous benefits for humankind. As the demand for energy is only continuing to grow, it has become important to develop energy technology that has good yield and minimal negative side effects. After the harnessing of the atom for use in nuclear weapons, the knowledge of how to exploit the atom became incorporated in nuclear power plants (Corradini 1). These use uranium fuel in a process that releases tremendous amounts of energy to be captured, but also that creates minimal waste and other byproducts....   [tags: Energy ]
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Nuclear Energy - On this assignment we are going to research all energy sources and their drawbacks, we are also going to explore on some the negative ramifications that even the clean hydropower have, additionally we are going to weigh those against the possible consequences of developing nuclear power, a controversial alternative to fossil fuels. We will discuss the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster as well as the 20th century Chernobyl nuclear meltdown in drawing conclusions about risk versus reward of nuclear energy use....   [tags: Energy ]
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Nuclear Energy - Nuclear energy Nuclear Power and its uses is a growing discussion in today’s era of technology. Australia is one of the developed countries where the demands of energy resources are increasing rapidly. Nuclear energy is coming up as a great alternative, but various factors support as well as oppose its growth. Some countries oppose the usage of nuclear energy because of the problems associated with its usage. Production and Maintenance of nuclear power is very expensive. Nuclear power is viewed as too dangerous, uneconomical, and not required....   [tags: Energy]
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Nuclear Waste - ... In addition, to transport the waste to Nevada, where Yucca Mountain is located, the waste will have to travel through 43 states, which allows the waste to become less secure, and a target for terrorists. Another issue is that Nevada has the 4th highest number of earthquakes per year in the US. If a powerful earthquake/severe accident occurs, about 110 km could be contaminated by the waste, and Las Vegas is only 161 km away from Yucca Mountain. Furthermore, according to the article “Yucca Mountain” by Stephanie Kishi, “One concern is that the waste units will inevitably fail and that the waste will slowly seep out into the underground water supply before it can fully decay.” Additionally, it would be unfair to residents of Nevada to be obliged to store nuclear waste, when the state of Nevada does not produce any nuclear waste....   [tags: radioactivity, reactor, waste storage]
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Nuclear Power - Nuclear Power In a world of ever increasing population there is a need to find a way to provide electricity for the world. There many different ways that electricity can be produced but some of the options are better suited for the Central Valley than others. The debate over Nuclear power has been growing for years and it is now time to create a more reliable power source for the Central Valley. Nuclear power should be considered to be a reliable source of power for the central valleys growing population....   [tags: Energy]
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Nuclear Energy - ... One of the meltdowns was contained without any harm to anyone in the surrounding vicinity. The second was involved in an intense fire and had no provision for containment. And the third severely tested the containment allowing only a small amount of radioactivity to escape. “These are the only major accidents to have occurred in over 14,400 cumulative reactor-years of commercial operation in 32 countries”. Also the risk of western nuclear power plants in the terms of consequences of any accident or terrorist attacks are small when you compare them with some of the other more commonly accepted risks involved with a nuclear power plant....   [tags: Radiation, Radioisotopes, Energy]
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