Do we Need Nuclear Energy to Stop Climate Change?

13 apr 2021
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Do we need nuclear energy to stop climate change? More and more voices from science, environmental activists and the press have been saying so in recent years - but this comes as a shock to those who are fighting against nuclear energy and the problems that come with it. So who is right? Well - it is complicated.
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    • please add english captions.... please caption your videos more consistently, i really love your content, but i am deaf.

      nadamuchunadamuchu6 päeva tagasi
    • Stupid science Science doesn't know Virus sperm are extremely sophisticated, the function of viral sperms is create enzymes, the virus sperm enters the egg to produce enzymes, enzymes are extremely sophisticated

      Thạnh PhạmThạnh Phạm8 päeva tagasi
    • Stupid science Science doesn't know Nuclear decay creates fire ...

      Thạnh PhạmThạnh Phạm8 päeva tagasi
    • Urine NH3, is a carcinogen

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    • god vidios!

      ADAM KRUSADAM KRUS8 päeva tagasi
  • short answer yes because humans use more and more energy

    Gustav VigoloGustav VigoloTund tagasi

    Jason ZhaoJason Zhao3 tundi tagasi
  • windmills and solar panels BOTH kill wayyyy more animals than nuclear. nuclear is the best thing we have

    Rusian AndersonRusian Anderson6 tundi tagasi
  • What climate change?

    m paulm paul6 tundi tagasi
    • @Rusian Anderson Life on this planet requires co2, the current atmospheric level is 415ppm which is historically quite low, at 150ppm plants start to die. There is no climate crisis, there is no climate model that matches observation, it's a money making scam for unscrupulous scientists, politicians and the monied elite.

      m paulm paul5 tundi tagasi
    • carbon emissions are producing chemicals that change world temperatures and kill a lot of living beings

      Rusian AndersonRusian Anderson6 tundi tagasi
  • Carbon emissions will not be significantly reduced without a big increase in nuclear energy. There is not enough wind, solar, geothermal capacity to even come close to meeting the energy demands.

    Mike HaynesMike Haynes7 tundi tagasi
  • Saving electricity for later use isn't worth it at all. Way too much money and resources would be wasted on storage units and facilities. Nuclear is the best way to go, fusion isn't happening anytime soon and we already have great ideas on how to make nuclear clean and safe. If only we wanted, we could completely stop producing electricity with fossil fuels in just a matter of years. But that's not gonna happen because it requires us to invest money which we find more valuable than a clean planet only because we haven't really yet experienced the disasters of global warming on our own skin. Seeing others suffer in less developed parts of the world doesn't quite hit us the same way to start investing until we feel it all ourselves. And by then, it could be too late to do anything without major wars and suffering over resources that could either destroy us completely and turn humanity into a failed species or delay our progress by thousands of years. I believe that's just the natural way of things which all civilizations in the universe face themselves with.

    GarminizatorGarminizator7 tundi tagasi
  • Thank you for confronting the hard truths associated with the shift from fossil fuels, its not done enough. It's falsely sold that's renewables are magic and can do no wrong. It's not talked about enough that the rapid shift can have severe consequences in standard of living. It's an incrediblely hard problem to solve, our energy.

    Manny NickManny Nick16 tundi tagasi
  • 3:39 All i hear is my Name

    Hydro LinkHydro Link16 tundi tagasi
  • "Nuclear energy is the future" My Natural Science teacher: FaKE, whErE Are U LeaRNing stuPiD thiNGS kiD?

    Plantn'tPlantn't18 tundi tagasi
  • Iii

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  • The hollow truck cytomorphologically attend because body marginally film upon a sturdy wolf. acidic, periodic engineering

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  • Aye-leck-trisssssssiteeee

    Bill ZusnerBill ZusnerPäev tagasi
  • This is why I love kurzgesagt 1:45 my mans playing ghost of Tsushima

    420MilkMan420MilkManPäev tagasi
  • Well if very few countries are buildings new nuclear plants, it's for a good reason... ("It's the economy, stupid")

    david vincentdavid vincentPäev tagasi
  • WAYYYY OFF topic but I hate the new graphics thing on EEworld I miss the old one it was so much better

    Luke BuslerLuke BuslerPäev tagasi
  • Climate change caused by human race is the bullshit of the century.

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  • Well considering it's the most viable, and most productive memes with the least amount of respective waste considering the massive amount of power is generated the waste is minimal in a vast majority of the time the only buy product Steam aside from a little radiation

    Danglejuice JuiceDanglejuice JuicePäev tagasi
  • Oh dear - Nuclear spreading lies again as per usual . ..... THERMAL nuclear is THE least efficient method of generating power.

    craftmolecraftmolePäev tagasi
  • Anybody else suddenly craving environmentalist video games with RPG and strategy/builder elements?

    LynnLynnPäev tagasi
  • love and like

    thejackal1013thejackal1013Päev tagasi
  • How about fusion energy?

    PATOPATOPäev tagasi
  • My problem is not with nuclear per se. We are pretty good at designing reactors these days. In areas where using renewables is difficult so not good for wind, hydro, geothermal, solar nuclear might have a place. HOWEVER. There is a high amount of regulatory capture that enables cutting corners on safety. Most of the time this will probably be okay but on occasion it will almost literally blow up in our faces. Mistrust of humans to responsibly operate nuke plants.

    SpecialNewbSpecialNewbPäev tagasi
  • And nobody now today how to recycle eaolien dead parts, which also create waste 😉🤪

    LordNementonLordNementonPäev tagasi
  • China burns like 80% of that coal thanks to the evil ccp.

    Glorious Running PotatoGlorious Running Potato2 päeva tagasi
  • Kurzgesagt pls do a vid about overfishing. It is the best way to stop climate change!!!

    Tobias GeldofTobias Geldof2 päeva tagasi
    • Pls

      Tobias GeldofTobias Geldof2 päeva tagasi
  • Good video Kurzgesagt yet again! I was wondering if you could make a video on fungi or something, maybe how fungal infections work?

    dazzlingshadowkaid 1dazzlingshadowkaid 12 päeva tagasi
  • The real problem with nuclear isn't the tech, but the people pushing for it, and the way it's extracted. For one, nuclear fuels are mined and processed by giant corporate players, who would stand to benefit from a swap to nuclear. They can monopolize the fuel source and charge for it whatever they want, with little regard for any economic or moral principle beyond short term gain. You can easily see this in how Rio Tinto leaves the areas in which it mines ecologically devastated and rife with civil conflict. Nuclear fuels are extracted at the price of human lives. As for who ends up using these fuels? You're gonna love this one: Critters like the Koch Brother(s)! They've been shilling and lobbying for nuclear, which, again, can be monopolized, for decades, the same way they've been shilling and lobbying for fossil fuels. Does anyone in their right mind really thing that new nuclear reactors will be well-regulated when the self-same corporate parasites that gave us the climate crisis are in charge?! Which brings us to, storage, intermittency and grid stability. These are talking points routinely flung around by corporate lobbyists as to why renewables are very, very bad. Thing is, those selfsame points apply to fossil fuel and nuclear plants. Those have malfunctions. Or supply chain shortages. Or other countless problems that cause them to shut down. And just about every time it's renewable sources that pick up the slack when nuclear and fossil fuels kick the bucket. Remember Texas? Which is run on both nuclear and fossil fuel, with only a barely-double-digit energy contribution from renewables? Well, when the recent blizzard hit, Texas' renewables outperformed all other sources in terms of reliability and proportional output, exceeding the power grid operators' own projections.

    DaRedWunsGoFastaDaRedWunsGoFasta2 päeva tagasi
    • @Mike Haynes See, this is where you've been suckered in by libertarian nonsense. Energy is kept reliable and low-cost by governments, not corporations. Governments, either state or local, use the power they have to bargain with power producers and negotiate low prices for the consumer, admittedly offsetting those prices with corporate welfare. Energy production is massively state-subsidized, but price-regulated. The moment you liberalize the market and allow corporations and "competition" to decide the price, it skyrockets. Look at Germany a couple decades ago. Look at Australia this last decade. Look at Romania these past few years. At people getting four digit power bills in Texas. Corporate ghouls will drive the prices as high as they can because it's not a commodity people can go without. And speaking of Texas, as for "reliability", Texas officials **sued to keep ERCOT deregulated** while subsidizing it with taxpayer money. It allowed corporations there to do whatever the balls they wanted with minimal standards while benefiting from corporate welfare. So what did they do? They killed people. And it's not manslaughter, it's murder. They knew full well the damage a flash freeze could do to their equipment after the one ten years ago, and decided that profits are more valuable than human lives. And it's these murderous corporate parasites you're eager to entrust the new power industry to? The same ones that got us into this mess? The ones that, pinky-promise, won't make uranium mines that poison a whole region (anymore) nor have reactors that spew waste at the drop of a hat? Please, stop being so naive.

      DaRedWunsGoFastaDaRedWunsGoFasta2 tundi tagasi
    • All our energy is brought to us by large corporations, and they have done so very efficiently. We enjoy reliable, low cost energy. Why would that change when converting to other energy sources?

      Mike HaynesMike Haynes7 tundi tagasi
  • I liked the gaming aspect of this video. I wish there was such game for the youth, to gradually form their perception of renewables and nuclear. It is clear that the current generation which makes the decisions is lost already and that only the new generation can make the more impactful changes.

    Qwerty QwertyQwerty Qwerty2 päeva tagasi
  • The only crypto that fights climate change!! $PNGN 🐧🌏 Help fight climate change with crypto!!

    Building MangementBuilding Mangement2 päeva tagasi
  • my CCs want to be ittalian and finish AND german... at the same time help

    Jeffery GregoryJeffery Gregory2 päeva tagasi
  • 2020: Covid-19 2021: Global political conflicts 2022: Doomsday?

    Zayar NaingZayar Naing2 päeva tagasi
  • What will happen if the earth becomes the size of the moon and the moon becomes the size of the earth

    قناة الموسوعاتقناة الموسوعات2 päeva tagasi
  • The world's largest solar panel is blue and takes up 75% of the world Unlimited power if we dig enough lakes

    Spacks QuestSpacks Quest2 päeva tagasi
  • wanted subtitles in portuguese brazil ☹💔

    HermersonHermerson2 päeva tagasi
  • Someone was playing Sekiro in their downtime lol

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  • I like the Pokemon

    Danielle LaTooofDanielle LaTooof2 päeva tagasi
  • Once we find a safe way to dispose of the nuclear waste nuclear power plants will be the new future

    UnkownUnkown2 päeva tagasi
  • 1:44 sekiro

    BrohamererBrohamerer3 päeva tagasi
  • Renewables will NEVER be the future of electricity because the components in Wind turbines and Solar panels only last several years before they become TOXIC WAIST. The biggest solar power plant in the world will become a WASTELAND soon. Not to mention the destruction of countless environments caused by building wind/solar plants.

    Parker CrowellParker Crowell3 päeva tagasi
  • "Stop climate change" is a fallacy in itself. Cap all volcanoes, destroy the grass eating quadruped animals, stop exhaling and sacrifice yourself to trees and plankton. Oh, and tell the sun to stop.

    A DwA Dw3 päeva tagasi
    • @A Dw So it was the second one huh

      PikminPikmin2 päeva tagasi
    • @Pikmin the human part hasnt been quantified. AT ALL.

      A DwA Dw2 päeva tagasi
    • I have a feeling you don't understand what that phrase means. Anyways, most people when they refer to "stop climate" change they most certainly talking for the humans part of it. Or maybe you decided it would be nice to take it literally and possibly out off context to write this comment and appear smart.

      PikminPikmin2 päeva tagasi
  • smart bird

    -Cubo--Cubo-3 päeva tagasi
  • after my parents almost froze to death in texas this year, i dont really want to hear a word about wind and solar power. I want nuclear, ample amounts of energy- like the modern world uses. Its green, its renewable- and if regulations make it too expensive than stfu and change it if you care about the earth or energy.

    FutureLaughFutureLaugh3 päeva tagasi
    • @Simon Dahl Thats what makes it novel, because like stupid senators and politicians, it is not consistent. Im not going to rely on inconsistencies to function, nuclear works and its asinine to stand in its way.

      FutureLaughFutureLaughPäev tagasi
    • @FutureLaugh Yes. Doesn't change the fact that wind works, but not if you have stupid senators and politicians.

      Simon DahlSimon DahlPäev tagasi
    • @Simon Dahl renewables are novel but dont supply with primary and necessary energy supply. if you want to install expensive solar panels on your home to be green, and be fucked on a cloudy day or at night be my guest- but we need real power. if any pseudo environmentalist really cared about the environment, we would be deregulating and bringing modern nuclear to the main stage. what good is an electric car if it gets power from fossil fuels

      FutureLaughFutureLaughPäev tagasi
    • The reason those turbines and panels failed, was because of incompetent politicians who don't realize you need to winterize your electricity production. Wind turbines and panels work fine everywhere else. Hell turbines work on Antarctica, and solar panels work on satellites in freaking space.

      Simon DahlSimon Dahl2 päeva tagasi
  • 3:42 Yeah, that sounds all well and good but since Ringhals 1 and 2 was shut down in December 2020 and 2019 respectively we had to import electricity generated by fossil fuel and fire up the auxiliary generators that run on diesel to you know, meet demand due to it being winter. So that power plant runs at most at half the capacity now.

    DevantejahDevantejah3 päeva tagasi
    • Jag skyller på sossarna...

      Simon DahlSimon Dahl2 päeva tagasi
  • To combat climate change, the worldmust rapidly reduce its dependency on fossil fuels to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Nuclear energy is low-carbon and can be deployed on a large scale in the time frame required, supplying the world with clean and affordable electricity.

    Kraken:)Kraken:)3 päeva tagasi
  • If we can't really stop using Fossil Fuels then why not plant Trees? Greenify the Metropolitan Cities with trees that Absorb much Carbon Dioxide?

    Carl Ryan Jay MasocolCarl Ryan Jay Masocol3 päeva tagasi
  • The only reason why wolrd is not fullfied of nuclear reactor is because people dont think in the future lives.. they just care about themselves in the present and until the end of their life

    Sig_NecroSig_Necro3 päeva tagasi
  • 7:56 It reminds me of SimCity

    SuperSuper3 päeva tagasi
  • 20:05 hehe magnemites in the background

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  • (Me silently wanting this so in 2077 in October I can make a joke about nuclear war and watch everyone stare at me in horror)

    PotatoPotato3 päeva tagasi
  • Awesome

    Яна ЯкименкоЯна Якименко3 päeva tagasi

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    • Bruh

      Lucky IzzacLucky Izzac2 päeva tagasi
  • Fusion

    Coby ReimerCoby Reimer3 päeva tagasi
    • Don't worry I'll do it.

      Coby ReimerCoby Reimer3 päeva tagasi
  • "238U SHALL NOT PASS" *I love this channel*

    EnderMarty 191EnderMarty 1913 päeva tagasi
  • Please explain how net zero will stop climate change as C02 is only a small driver of climate in comparison to things like cosmic forces and magnetic pole orientation.

    Joshua MalcolmJoshua Malcolm4 päeva tagasi
  • subtitles in spanishhh por el amor del yisussssss. lo amo :)

    Emilio Novoa AriasEmilio Novoa Arias4 päeva tagasi
  • nuclear doesnt work in a warming climate, they need to be kept cool, the powers always off in france due to overheating

    enviromadenviromad4 päeva tagasi
    • @Lucky Izzac coolant is a substance you put in a cooling system young lad

      enviromadenviromad2 päeva tagasi
    • @enviromad its coolant mr.sherlock...

      Lucky IzzacLucky Izzac2 päeva tagasi
    • @Lucky Izzac i think you mean a cooling system, the whole plant is a cooling system lol

      enviromadenviromad2 päeva tagasi
    • There is this thing called coolant systems..

      Lucky IzzacLucky Izzac2 päeva tagasi
  • Fossil fuels are like drugs. We rely too much on that shit, and need to kick the habit before we harm ourselves even more than we already have.

    DeathlikeSilenceDeathlikeSilence4 päeva tagasi
  • It's vital to invest in nuclear power. It works and it is extremely safe with modern reactors. Remember, RBMK was cheap, big and old; and it had almost nothing in common with modern PWRs. I repeat, nuclear is SAFE.

    damonstrdamonstr4 päeva tagasi
  • Thank you for the video! I just think a fact check is required to see if building a nuclear plant in South Korea is actually quicker and competitively priced. As far as I know, the country is one of the countries which civil complaints are so harsh that it has been quite hard to build the nuclear plant these days.

    ellena jangellena jang4 päeva tagasi
  • Cant you just use magnets to create energy

    OrtavusOrtavus4 päeva tagasi
    • @Lucky Izzac oh

      OrtavusOrtavus2 päeva tagasi
    • You need to spin the magnets in the turbine To do that we need energy

      Lucky IzzacLucky Izzac2 päeva tagasi
  • nuclear energy is the safest energy source, until it suddenly isnt.

    albert mooneyalbert mooney4 päeva tagasi
  • 5:16 I heard it lmao

    ShalamiShalami4 päeva tagasi
  • We need to choose an option. Humanity is currently like "yeah we need renewables lets do stuff, oh wait its not enough energy lets make fossil stuff, oh wait thats not good for our climate, lets test some nuclear, oh wait thats radioactive, lets to renewables...." Focus on something.

    Cpt. PapandreuCpt. Papandreu4 päeva tagasi
  • 5:16 How do I recognize wilhelm screams now

    Jax TranJax Tran4 päeva tagasi
  • why can't we just work together as a species for once to do things? sheesh

    Ranell CameronRanell Cameron4 päeva tagasi
  • Nuclear Fission Is Just A Complicated Steam Energy In My Opinion

    indeepjindeepj4 päeva tagasi
  • ❗️ How to save the planet (2 words) Use electricity!

    Shelley McConaughyShelley McConaughy4 päeva tagasi
  • I cant belive im spending my free time learning , but this is just so interesting for some reason

    Give me fingernailsGive me fingernails4 päeva tagasi
  • How he said electricity

    William SongWilliam Song5 päeva tagasi
  • Do we need to try to control the climate at all? The only fission power we should allow is LFTR.

    Michael CoffeeMichael Coffee5 päeva tagasi
  • what about nuclear fusion wouldn't that be one of the best ideas?

    MiNeCrAfT ThE PeOpLeMiNeCrAfT ThE PeOpLe5 päeva tagasi
  • Solar and wind are really bad for the environment in the sense that wind kills tons of bats and birds just by doing what they do. If you didnt know, bats are incredibly important for fruiting plants to pollinate (and other plants). Solar (depending where you get them but most use the cheap solar bc cheap) have very toxic chemicals that can seriously damage things like the water table and general soil health if they are damaged and leak those chemicals. I dont even need to explain why that is bad. Nuclear is becoming and has been the best and we should be using it. Its just better. But yeah its very hard to transition and it needs to be slow.

    Metao241Metao2415 päeva tagasi
  • Solar and wind is the need of our environment

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  • The colossal power suggestively rot because cafe pathophysiologically ban among a kind mind. grandiose, dear hourglass

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  • I honestly think people just want to keep the debate going perpetually until it’s too late

    Owl the ReviewerOwl the Reviewer5 päeva tagasi
  • controllable load

    Cleetus ICleetus I5 päeva tagasi
  • 2:14 am I the only one noticed Magnemites in the background?

    Reuven DaichReuven Daich5 päeva tagasi
  • Can you pls pls make a video on nuclear waste and parallel universe

    Vedeesh BhraguwarVedeesh Bhraguwar5 päeva tagasi
  • Nuclear is the future, but certain companies both on renewable and non renewable side view it as a threat to their wallets. So they’ve made it impossible to go forward with nuclear

    Coop ShanksCoop Shanks5 päeva tagasi
  • jesus christ, why dont we change to hydrogen and invest in it hardcore, maybe we need a video explaining it

    white skywhite sky5 päeva tagasi
  • Yup electricity is like magic :D it is the type of energy that humanity has the most capability to manipulate it . Everything should be electrified but profit making is a great hindrance for it ; many petroleum or coal companies would not like to transition into nuclear or renewable energy due to profit margins. By current trend either the fossil fuels run out or global warming becomes too dangerous ; then humanity will shift towards it. We humans are really the most intelligent+foolish species on earth.

    Muhammed GundoganMuhammed Gundogan5 päeva tagasi
  • Activist should just shut up and let expert move things forward.

    Alexis Vladimir OrtegaAlexis Vladimir Ortega5 päeva tagasi
  • Activist should just shut up and let expert move things forward.

    Alexis Vladimir OrtegaAlexis Vladimir Ortega5 päeva tagasi
  • Why can't we dump a large chunk of our unrecyclable waste into active volcanoes? Presently we are just shipping it out to poor countries and that waste gets burned there anyways.

    Anon SurferAnon Surfer5 päeva tagasi
    • @Anon Surfer Ah okay, so Thermical recycling turns the heat produced by burning it into electricity, its not very effiecient way to produce energy, but its better than just burning it. There are even methods to fully recycle plastics so that they are reusable today, but they are too expensive so they dont get used

      eZBoZzeZBoZz5 päeva tagasi
    • @eZBoZz Not talking about nuclear waste, but regular plastic waste. It's going to get into the atmosphere anyways when we burn it.

      Anon SurferAnon Surfer5 päeva tagasi
    • because it gets in the amtosphere and no nuclear waste doest get burned

      eZBoZzeZBoZz5 päeva tagasi
  • The bird at 2:38 Me: me too buddy, me too

    AmandaAmanda5 päeva tagasi
  • I want to see more adventures of Nuclear-Man, Windy-Boy, Hydro-Gal, and Solar-Bot

    BoxedIn or Muhammad NafisBoxedIn or Muhammad Nafis5 päeva tagasi
  • is there some way we can start using something like salt water for power? i mean I've seen water powered clocks?

    Shea WeightmanShea Weightman5 päeva tagasi
  • The great tragedy of nuclear energy is that instead of showing the world how it can be saved, humanity instead used it to show how the world may die.

    frostyguy1989frostyguy19895 päeva tagasi
  • That's was such a seamless transaction to a sponsor I've seen

    Knownas0Knownas05 päeva tagasi
  • The solution is just space solar farms which spit lasers at collection farms on earth.

    D n R KampsD n R Kamps5 päeva tagasi
  • Dude why did they not agree with Nicole tesla!?

    HB GamingHB Gaming5 päeva tagasi
  • Only opinion I have is this. JUST DO IT! Renewable energy and nuclear energy cannot do the jobs alone. And while it's true nuclear energy is responsible for nightmares from the past, that's only because the nuclear energy was weaponized. If it was instead used to push fossil fuels out of the picture we'd already see a vast change in our climates. The truth is this, we best take action, and we best do it soon. Because climate change is not a good thing, and can lead to global extinction. Our governments and our society need to be persuaded that nuclear and renewable energy sources are the future, and it does not matter if they like it or not. Fossil fuels are doing nothing but harming the planet. And we risk the wrath of mother nature the longer we use it.

    Da Real WiggaDa Real Wigga5 päeva tagasi
  • 0:28 surely you mean 3/4 of global HUMAN emissions, right?

    MikeyMikey6 päeva tagasi
  • * God's grace * Did you know that God loves you so much that he sent Jesus to save us? Jesus is the son of God! And he loves you very much! To have proof of this, we can say that he emptied himself of all his glory and stepped on the earth! Isn't that wonderful? And there's more! He assured us of salvation! He fulfilled the mission that God gave him! Which is to have a death on the cross for all people in the world! * How do I get to heaven? * It's very simple! -Accept Jesus as your Lord and only Savior! - Repent of your sins daily even those you don't know because you sinned out of ignorance! -Recognize that you do not deserve God's salvation but even with your faults He wanted to save you with his great love and grace! Now about keeping your faith -Read the Bible daily -Pray and fast -Go to a church that follows the word of God May God bless you greatly! 👋

    Lavínia SousaLavínia Sousa6 päeva tagasi
    • You should pray to allah

      CT 8543CT 85434 päeva tagasi
  • Why didn't you talk about nuclear fusion.

    Alexandre EtienneAlexandre Etienne6 päeva tagasi
  • I dont care if we need to build nuclear power I just don’t want a new iceage

    Baddestquil 584Baddestquil 5846 päeva tagasi
  • What a about the geothermal power plants? Is it not worth it or something? I hardly ever hear it mentioned in the discussion of green energy sources

    Turb0JewTurb0Jew6 päeva tagasi
    • @Turb0Jew Okay then good idea

      eZBoZzeZBoZz5 päeva tagasi
    • @eZBoZz geothermal power and heating are different things, so the question stands

      Turb0JewTurb0Jew5 päeva tagasi
    • I think you can only use it for heating up but not turn it into electricity

      eZBoZzeZBoZz5 päeva tagasi
  • I live in South Carolina and a nuclear power plant construction project failed a few years ago

    Adam TeepleAdam Teeple6 päeva tagasi
    • Yes. And.

      Simon DahlSimon Dahl2 päeva tagasi
  • Lol climate change good one this channels got jokes

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