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Celebrate Power

If you want to save the earth, save the people first. If you want to save the people, get power to them. Affordable fuel and electricity will do more for the environment than anything else anyone can do, and it will save the humans and eliminate needless pain and suffering while doing so. 1,498 more words


[GK] Nuclear Fission and Nuclear energy.

Nuclear Energy is used for generation of electricity on large scale. The nuclear forces which binds the protons and neutrons within the nucleus of an atom gets unleashed and produces huge amount of energy. 987 more words

Science And Technology

Nuclear Power in our holographic Universe.

Dear Visitor,

William Blake, some two hundred years ago, watched with deep misgivings as the Industrial Revolution changed English society. In this mood, he prayed: “God preserve me from single-eyed vision, and Newton’s Sleep”. 1,615 more words


We Will Go Nuclear

I posted this to Facebook, and as I seem often to do, I decided to record it here:

Nuclear is inevitable. We are going to use uranium. 314 more words


Nuclear reactions are taking place above you, wise men.

Since it’s nearly Christmas day(the 25th), I wanted to talk about stars, in particular how energy is released from stars like the sun using bare nuclei that had been separated from their electrons ,which are unbound , and either fusing these nuclei together or splitting them apart. 496 more words

How Has Technology Influenced Our Lives?

With more and more superior technology being made at a rapid pace, I think we should think about the effect of technology in our lives. I mean, technology feels like something we all need. 746 more words


Discovery of nuclear weapons: an advancement in science or cause of terrorism and destruction?

Nuclear weapons are devices which can cause mass destruction. This is a result of the energy is released when the protons and neutrons, in the nucleus are either split by Fission, or merged by Fusion, both of which produce tremendous amounts of energy. 334 more words

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