Nuclear Enlightenment

Fahim, Ishaq
January 2005
Teen Ink;Jan2005, Vol. 16 Issue 5, p36
The article presents the author's opinion regarding nuclear power. According to the author, nuclear power is the most misunderstood power source in the world. He, however, believes that nuclear power can provide safe and clean energy. He claimed that emissions of nuclear power plants are safer than pollutants emitted by conventional power plants. The author also mentioned that nuclear power plants are more cost effective in the long run.


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