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Help with a school debate about nuclear reactors

Postby Star Wars 888 » 2010-10-15 09:16pm

Ok, so I'm having a school debate where my team is arguing for the use of nuclear reactors as a power source.

I think that I have a solid argument, but for clarification:

1. How efficient and practical are wind based electrical generation systems, since I suspect that they will use this as a possible alternative?
2. How practical and possible is the development of fusion technology?
3. Roughly how much uranium is left in the world compared to coal?

Thanks in advance.

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Re: Help with a school debate about nuclear reactors

Postby Dalton » 2010-10-16 07:44pm

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