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There is no perfect energy source...

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I’ve been living here in Hanau for years, and I never thought about it.  I got the idea to do this gallery because recently while taking some pics… I realized that this plant is quite a presence in the town… it can be seen from so many angles.  There is no energy source that is perfect, but nuclear energy comes close. The use of nuclear energy is cheap and environmentally safe since its waste is contained. For example, all the existing and operating nuclear power plants of the United States are regulated by the Nuclear Regulatory Commission and abide by their safety standards. Nuclear energy also creates jobs since it is the most labor intensive electricity source. Furthermore, the use of nuclear energy will decrease any countries dependency on imported oil.  In this time and age, isn’t that what its all about??

 Thanks go out to Neil M. Cabreza for the use of his material… read more below

  http://www.nuc.berkeley.edu/thyd/ne161/ncabreza/sources.html

 

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