Nuclear Power

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As of July 2008 there were over slight 430 nuclear plants in the world supplying 15% of the world’s power. Nuclear power plants don’t operate too much differently than a fossil fuel based plant as they both are used to heat water into steam which is used to turn turbines generator. The only difference between the two is how the water is heated...
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The only difference between the two is how the water is heated. Most common power plants today burn coal to heat the water into steam but in nuclear plants the water is heated by nuclear fission, or the splitting of an atom. Some people feel that this is an example of man overstepping his boundaries, but we must remember nuclear fission is happening all the time naturally...
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