Nuclear Fission

Would you prefer electricity generation via nuclear fission or coal combustion?
With the increased concern about global warming amongst modern society, I think most people would agree that the use of coal to generate electricity is not sustainable in the long term. Nuclear energy, at the moment, represents our only real large-scale alternative to generating electricity.
However the only barrier to Australia adopting nuclear power generation is a political barrier. Despite Australia having the world's largest reserves of Uranium, we are also one of the worlds largest exporters of coal. As a result, the coal industry has a huge lobbying influence on both sides of politics, and the ...

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geothermal heat underground - and the only waste produced is water, meaning that it would be a truly carbon neutral and waste neutral source of power.

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Purpose: to discuss whether future electricity should be mainly generated by nuclear fission or coal combustion

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The reason why I choose this threat as my blog is that in my opinion, it is important to consider and identify which current source of electricity generation should be eliminate or enhanced in future. In this thread, it is talking about the comparison between nuclear fission and coal combustion and the author tend to agree the usage of nuclear fission as the main source of electricity generation in future instead of coal combustion. Both of them are recently controversial issue as to many areas such as environment, politics and economy.
In my opinion, I totally agree with the point from Scott. I think active in use of nuclear fission could obviously eliminate ...

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Added: 3/26/2011 08:58:26 PM
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