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(Katherine Birdsong) USofA - The Future of Nuclear Energy in the United States
21.Mar.2020
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Katherine Birdsong, B.Sc. in biology and environmental science. Advocate for nuclear energy. Educator for youth and young parents: The use of commercial nuclear energy in the United States and in many countries around the world is currently at a crossroads. The current nuclear production for the nation is averaging about 20% of the total energy generated. This is, on the world’s grading system, a “C” or “C-.” It should be a “B” or “B+” but the U.S. has failed to move the ball enough. Nuclear energy, as a practical issue, is a moderate success. However, nuclear is not succeeding in its enormous potential to grow and alleviate critical needs - energy - environment - medical - for today and, more importantly, the future of this country.<

The world can be made this beautiful, prosperous, well educated, peaceful with plentiful, reliable energy from fossil fuels, hydro-electric and nuclear, with nuclear being the most important energy source for thousands of years. The world can be made this beautiful, prosperous, well educated, peaceful with plentiful, reliable energy from fossil fuels, hydro-electric and nuclear, with nuclear being the most important energy source for thousands of years.
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