Nuclear energy is another name for atomic energy.
It's the energy released from the inner core or nucleus of the atom and during the 1950s it was harnessed to generate electricity.
In nuclear power stations fission takes place in a nuclear reactor.
The nuclei of uranium or plutonium are induced to split and this releases large amounts of heat energy.
The heat is then removed and used to produce the steam that drives alternators and turbines to produce electrical power.
Nuclear fission and nuclear fusion are examples of nuclear reactions.
The enormous amounts of energy released arise from the mass-energy relations put forward by Albert Einstein that E = mc² where E is energy, m is mass, and c is the velocity of light.
Pluto rules nuclear energy.
Producing nuclear energy
A nuclear reactor produces nuclear energy in a controlled manner.
A water-cooled reactor has water circulating through the hot core.
The water is converted into steam, which drives turbo-alternators for generating electricity (Uranus).
The most widely used reactor is the pressurized-water reactor.
It contains a sealed system of pressurized water that is heated to form steam in heat exchangers.
Meltdown occurs when the fuel rods melt and radiation is released into the atmosphere and major accidents have occurred.
On April 26, 1986 a nuclear power station at Chernobyl in the Ukraine had its central reactor destroyed by two huge explosions and on March 29, 1979 a nuclear power station on Three Mile Island near Harrisburg, Pennsylvania was put out of action following an accident.
Radiation (in physics) is the emission of radiant energy as particles or waves.
Radiation sickness is the sickness from exposure to radiation, including X-rays, gamma rays, neutrons, and other nuclear radiation from weapons or fallout from nuclear power plant accidents.
Such radiation ionizes atoms in the body and causes nausea, vomiting and diarrhoea.
The body cells may be damaged by very small doses causing leukaemia and other cancers.
High doses of iodine in pill form are taken to protect the thyroid gland and to prevent the thyroid from absorbing any radioactive iodine from the environment.
The atomic bomb
Nuclear fission (Pluto) is used to generate electricity (Uranus) that runs cities.
An atomic bomb derives its explosive force from nuclear fission (Pluto).
On August 6, 1945 an atomic bomb was dropped on Hiroshima, Japan.
On August 9, 1945 another was dropped on Nagasaki.
Then in 1952 the development of the hydrogen bomb rendered the atom bomb obsolete.
It also works on the principle of nuclear fission (Pluto).
And when rogue countries develop nuclear weapons there's a menacing and dangerous situation.
Eight countries are known to have nuclear weapons – the USA, Russia, The United Kingdom, France, China, India, Pakistan and North Korea.
Israel is understood to have nuclear weapons.
Aquarian Age knowledge built the nuclear bomb and other doomsday weapons.
In the hands of Lower-Pluto they’re a recipe for annihilation.
His biologists manage the bio-terrorism program.
Their objective is the invention of bio-weapons and germs to attack and kill humans.
Germ bomblets can deliver a virus, but a human being is also a perfect delivery system.
Nuclear weapons represent a serious threat to humanity’s welfare.
International cooperation is the only protection against the destructive power of the Nuclear Age and its revolutionary energy.
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