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Alternate Energy Resources As most people know our energy supply is slowly running out We are using energy sources that either pollute the air take up natural resources or cause damage to other forms of life Today we are working on other forms of energy that do not pollute or cause harm to the environment Here are some Magnetohydrobynamic Power Magnetohydrobynamic power is where created by plasma One way is for gases are heated to really high temperature to where the form plasma They are held together by strong magnets This creates the energy The energy is then cooled to a gas and used to turn a turbine The hot plasma would melt the turbine if it tired to turn it This is already done is coal combustion research facilities The second way is for the plasma molecules to be heated up around temperatures of 5000000 C The kinetic energy is then extracted by passing through a magnetic field This produces a strong voltage The only disadvantages to this power source is the lack of knowledge we have for it Hopefully within time we will learn about this new energy source so we can use it to power the future Fusion Power Fusion Power is probably the biggest known Alternate Energy Resource Fusion is the joining of the nuclei of two atoms to form the nucleus of a heavier element It occurs mostly with hydrogen and other light elements Fusion reactions also called thermonuclear reactions release a great deal of energy Scientists are still conducting experiments on ways of harnessing Fusion so we can use it as an energy source Microwave Power 25 of the energy we use today is used to for indoor lighting Microwave power is the art of taking light from the sun and using it to light out indoor areas It can only be used to light up lights though This currently be done
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