Our demand for electricity is climbing so fast that over the next decade our generating capacity must increase by a third. Fossil fuels supply nearly three-quarters of this energy. But the smoke expelling coal, gas, and
oil-fired plants are also responsible for half of our air
pollution. That might be considered as a small price to
pay for progress. But there's an alternative, .one that
produces no smoke and can actually create more fuel
than it consumes. In many regions it's even cheaper
than coal-fired electricity: nuclear power. It may directly
bring danger of radioactivity to the mind, but if other
types of power didn't present equal and even worse
problems, it would make no sense to consider nuclear
power at all. But they do.
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