Nuclear power is the use of nuclear reactions that release energy to generate heat, which most frequently is then used in steam turbines to produce electricity in a nuclear power station. About 15% of Canada's electricity comes from nuclear power, with 19 reactors mostly in Ontario providing 13.5 GWe of power capacity. Proponents argue that nuclear energy is now safe and emits much less carbon emissions than coal plants. Opponents argue that recent nuclear disasters in Japan prove that nuclear power is far from safe.
most of us should know nuclear substance of weopons is illeagle and not intellagent the canadian military will never make it come to that if the opponent doesnt make it come to that. nuclear bombs have not been used since nagisaki,herishema.
as much as it sounds nice I don't want another Chernobyl if we are gonna use nuclear energy there should be heavy precautions put in place with regular safety checks with emergency shutoffs and nuclear plants should be constructed properly as well
Yes, as long as the design of the plant is resistant, is able to turn on and off witout danger, is very regularly inspected for issues with the plant, has employees with extensive training and knowledge of the plant itself and nuclear energy, and have many failsafes in the case of unexpected events
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