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DDI SS Topicality Nuclear Cards

DDI SS Topicality Nuclear Cards

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Uranium is a single use resourceABS Alaskan, 08 (
“Alternative Energy Information”, http://www.absak.com/library/alternative-renewable-energy)The term " alternative energy " (also: renewable energy) encompasses a variety of powegeneration sources. Generally, it
refers to electrical power derived from "renewable" resourcessuch as solar or wind energy,
as opposed to "single-use" resources such as coal or 
uranium.Themost common forms of alternative energy available for homeowner use today are solar power,wind power and "micro-hydro" power.
Alternative energy excludes fossil fuels and nukesHarper Collins Environmental Science Dictionary, 92
(Gareth Jones et al, ed, p. 25)
alternative energy,
energy obtained from sources other than NUCLEAR POWER or traditional
FOSSIL FUELS such as coal, oil, and gas. Unlike most energy resources currently in use,alternative energy resources are usually renewable and nonpolluting . The main alternativeenergy sources are tidal and WAVE POWER, SOLAR ENERGY, GEOTHERMAL POWER, andBIOMASS fuels, such as METHANE and ETHANOL. To this list can be added firewood andhydro power, although both have been extensively used for many thousands of years.1

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