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  • 4). An Overview of Nuclear Energy  By : Rick Solare
    In the effort to get away from our oil and coal dependency, nuclear energy is getting attention again. Here is an overview of nuclear energy. An Overview of Nuclear Energy Harnessing a chemical reaction at the nuclear level of certain materials produces nuclear energy. The process is known as nuclear fission. Nuclear fission occurs when certain materials, such as uranium, are manipulated in a manner that causes them to decay quickly.
    Article Related to: energy, nuclear, nuke, power, electricity, chernobyl, reaction, uranium, fission

  • 8). Using Water As a Power Source  By : SolarMan
    Water is used as a significant power source in many parts of the world. In fact, Norway uses it to produce 99 percent of its electricity. So, how does it work? Water constantly moves through a vast global cycle. First, it evaporates from water sources such as lakes and oceans, forming clouds. The water is returned to the Earth in the form of precipitation such as rain or snow.
    Article Related to: water, power, hydro, electric, electricity, dam, turbines, hoover dam, las vegas, energy

  • 22). Reversing Mother Nature, Part Two  By : James Finch
    We talked to North America’s leading In Situ Leach (ISL) uranium mining engineers, and had them explain exactly how ISL worked. Most of the significant ISL operations in the United States were designed and/or constructed by these engineers. They explained how ISL mining is really just reversing the process of Mother Nature. ISL EXTRACTION AND PROCESSING During ISL mining, water is pumped to the surface from production wells that contain uranium in very low concentrations, on the order of parts per million concentrations.
    Article Related to: uranium, uranium mining, energy, nuclear energy, electricity, ion exchange, isl mining, utilities


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