I personally think we are close to cleaner forms of energy, but until we get there nuclear power is a good option. Despite what people think, nuclear power is safe and the few accidents there have been have caused less overall pollution than fossil fuels have over the last hundred years.
While there's no question when nuclear energy goes wrong it goes very wrong, it's generally speaking quite safe. We do ourselves a disservice by continuing to be afraid of it instead of developing the technology further, it wouldn't solve our energy issues by itself but it would most certainly help.
Nuclear energy is the world's largest source of emission-free energy. Nuclear power plants produce no controlled air pollutants, such as sulfur and particulates, or greenhouse
gases. The use of nuclear energy in place of other energy sources
helps to keep the air clean, preserve the Earth's climate, avoid
ground-level ozone formation and prevent acid rain
The Power Multiplier Device is the better solution to the world's energy needs. It is a gravity-powered, continuous motion, energy generator that has been open sourced to the world. It is found at this address: Power Multiplier Device, last resize (I hope)-overunity.Com Nuclear energy leaves dead zones, this cannot. Thanks.
Nuclear energy is not the answer to the world's energy problems. It is the worst solution in my opinion because of the cost to produce the energy is extremely high and the health hazards that come from using it. I think with the technology that we have today that we could have a better solution.
Nuclear energy is just a quick, fix, almost a type of band aid, it doesn't solve anything, it only covers up the need for cleaner, more viable energy resources. Solar power is the answer to solving the world's energy problem. Along with wind turbines and other natural and safe fuel alternatives.