Nuclear Energy

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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. ( To comparing nuclear energy to fossil fuels it’s simple to see why so much time is used to use nuclear energy. It has been long time since we used the fossil fuels and it would stay forever. The three major fossil fuels are coal, oil, and gas. Oil is usually used but when the oil price is expensive there is a way to find other alternatives. Before oil was the largest, coal was also a major supply of energy. Coal has a long history of use as an energy source. It was the fuel of the industrial revolution and although many other energy sources have replaced some of the applications in which coal was used; it still is an important fuel for electrical generation. ( These three are energy sources in partial contribute. There is a way of human being takes a part to burn throughout them, and will never stay. It is not just impossible to realize energy that stays forever, doing so much to have some negative side effects. Nuclear power is the use of sustained nuclear fission to generate heat and do useful work. Nuclear Electric Plants, Nuclear Ships and Submarines use controlled nuclear energy to heat water and produce steam, while in s... ... middle of paper ... ...see it as the key to our energy problems. While is a very attractive solution to the energy problems, the current negative effects of such energy cannot be ignored. Until solutions are discovered for these effects it will be hard to say for certain that nuclear energy is the way to go. Either way it is evident that scientists will continue to devote much time into nuclear power and the great possibilities associated with it. Works Cited Turk, J., & Bensel, T. (2011). Contemporary environmental issues. San Diego, CA: Bridgepoint Education, Inc. ( Canada Space Reference. Retrieved on July 31 from Coal Retrieved on July 30 from

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