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Stacy Jer Sept 5 01 Period 6 When you look at our world today do you see a future of hope or a future of despair Why is it these days that whenever you sit down to read the newspaper watch the news or listen to the radio it seems as if most of the stories in the headlines are about police chases government scandals armed robberies cold-blooded murders terrorist attacks or other news that make the world seem detrimental Because of the medias tendency to report only the more entertaining stories it is conventional for many to believe that the world is constantly full of despair If the media would begin to put our many advancements in the fields of science medicine education and goodwill into the headlines our society would be able to see that our world is looking towards a prosperous future of hope Over the years we have developed many highly effective ways to combat pollution and prevent the depletion of our natural resources Our advancements in artificial insemination genetic engineering and the growing availability of birth control are paving the way to a healthier environment and a more controlled population growth Currently coal oil and gas are the worlds main sources of energy The availability of these natural resources are still enough to last us for a few hundred years but all of these resources produce pollution giving out harmful gases such as carbon monoxide when burned With our advancement in nuclear technology we can now produce nuclear energy efficiently and dispose of its waste safely Uranium the plentiful mineral used to create nuclear energy produces 10 million times the energy produced by the combustion from an atom of carbon from coal and its radioactive product when disposed of properly is not harmful to the earth or its atmosphere Nuclear energy is currently producing 16 of the worlds electricity and 16 countries now rely on nuclear
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