Good Things about Nuclear Energy?

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The good thing about nuclear energy is that the energy produced can be used in creation of electricity, propel space crafts and in the making of war weapons such as the atomic bomb.
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The first recorded nuclear energy event was in 1896 by French physicist Henri Becquerel. He observed that photographic plates stored near a sample of uranium turned dark like X-ray
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heavy metals. 1lb of uranium stores about as much energy as 1400Tons of coal.
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There is some potential danger in operating a nuclear power plant (cf. Chernobyl and Three Mile Island), but the principal disadvantage is the need to safely store the spent fuel
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Nuclear energy is obtained by using the heat generated by a controlled fission reaction (chain reaction). The heat is then used nearly identically to conventional power plants, usually
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Nuclear energy is a way to produce a lot of electricity fairly cheaply. Other than that there is not much good about it. For starters the uranium can 'melt down' and burn its way to the core of the planet leaving the aria uninhabitable for many decades if not centuries. The spent fuel is also very dangerous and will take thousands of years for it to degrade to a point where it is not harmful to the environment.
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