Alternative Nuclear energy
Alternative Nuclear energy.
Our main source of energy right now is nuclear energy. Although Nuclear energy might seem to be a reliable source of energy, it is not.
Nuclear energy is not a reliable source of energy because you need to extract Uranium ore from the earth's core which might seem as a good source of Uranium it is not. This is not a endless supply of uranium because it will eventually run out of uranium .
So what can we do to solve this issue?
The answer is alternative energy.
Alternative energy is energy that can be renewed and that is reliable.
One solution is replacing Uranium fuel rods in a reactors core with Tritium.
Tritium can be used as a substitute for uranium because it has the same properties as uranium except that it has a shorter half life. Tritium is made by fusing solid Hydrogen With Lithium in a Farnsworth reactor. This also has its problems one major problem is the radiation and heat that is generated during the process of fusion. Tritium can be then used as a fuel pellet for a Nuclear reactor when it is mixed with Deuterium which is a solid. Tritium is also a good fuel pellet because it only has a life span of about 12.4 years, then it decays into Helium 6 which is very harmless. Uranium on the other hand is not safe because it has a life span of about 2000 years and it gradually decays into other radioactive material such as Thorium, neptunium, ECT....
This is Called the Uranium - Thorium cycle. The tritium is also ecologically friendly because it can be made from H1 which is found in water H2O. H1 is called Portion and is extracted through a process called electrolyses in which water is charged by a D.C current.