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Since the discovery of nuclear power production in Japan, nuclear power has been relied on as the major source of energy in more than forty nations in the world. This resource of natural materials is considered the safest source of energy for almost all natural resources (Schrope 183). This is because nuclear power has the ability to provide more heat and electricity compared to other sources of energy. Unfortunately, the occurrence of tsunami and earthquakes turned some of Japan’s parts into muddy and contaminated environments. In addition, the conditions of many residential areas such as Tohoku city become worse due to the spewed radioactive radiation. According to many people, these events should be considered as lesson that the advancement of technology cannot prevent the occurrence of natural disasters in countries. This research paper concludes that nuclear power production should be stopped in order to some of its consequences.
In conclusion, it would not be wise to stop nuclear energy production due to the increased demand for energy that is further going to increase in the future. The aims for many countries to continue with nuclear power production are valid and strong. Greenpeace has not yet come up with strong arguments that can compete with these aims. There is no doubt that the problems mentioned by Greenpeace would not occur if the governments promise safe production methods and generation, producers ensure that there are no long and short term humanity and environmental hazards and that the citizen will conserve the energy for the future generations.
Nuclear energy production was derived from the process of translation which occurred between smaller atoms and irons. This energy production was proved through the use of Einstein’s formula (E=MC2) whereby M represents mass and C .represents the light’s speed.