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The Pros and Cons of Nuclear Power

By: Philip Hughes, Journalist
What are the Pros and Cons of Nuclear Power and is it better compared to others? There are a lot of benefits to nuclear energy, but there are also some problems with it, along with there being two different types. So, is nuclear energy what we need right now, or just another problem with the world?
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Fission and Fusion – What is it?

Fission and fusion, the two most clean energy sources we have yet to discover, but we can only harness one.
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How does a nuclear bomb work?

By: Ali iskandar, Author
Nuclear fission produces the atomic bomb, a weapon of mass destruction that uses power released by the splitting of atomic nuclei. When a single free neutron strikes the nucleus of an atom of radioactive material like uranium or plutonium, it knocks two or three more neutrons free. That cycle keeps going on for about five minutes.
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Tsar Bomba – The Soviet Union’s Mega Bomb

By: Jason Reznikov, Journalist
The Tsar Bomba was a powerhouse of a bomb big enough to wipe out New York City.
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Chernobyl Disaster

By: Cole Stux

On April 25 1986, near a small town in Ukraine the worst nuclear disaster in history happened. A group of young Russian scientists and a more experienced scientist were running test on Chernobyl's #4 RBMK...

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Nuclear Cars

By: alex toloza

people sometimes wonder if a nuclear powered car is the way of the future, considering the fact that nuclear power is much more efficient than fossil fuel and renewable, and cant cause pollution. But nuclear...

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