Childhood = Saved. . I just saw this on the front page: Irsh ll l' I' ' IT Hall} lhl' ll !allers) Pat [Willi] Flurt' eill, Eji, . You must not stop believing! T Childhood = Saved I just saw this on the front page: Irsh ll l' I' ' IT Hall} lhl' !allers) Pat [Willi] Flurt' eill Eji You must not stop believing! T
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Childhood = Saved

I just saw this on the front page:
ll l' I' ' IT Hall} lhl' ll !allers) Pat [Willi]
Flurt' eill, Eji, .
You must not stop believing! There is still hope!
let me explain:
A nucleur power plant works by splitting
uranium at a very slow speed which in turn
produces heat. This heat is used to heat up water
surrounding the plate (like a battery but with
Uranium) being split. That causes the water to
boil and evaporate. As you all know hot air
rises, and this steam that' s rising is used to turn
huge "Magnet" like turbines. These cause an
Induced current which is electricity.
But what happens to all the steam/ water vapor?
It gets condemed in the upper atmosphere (like
holding a plate above a kettle). These condenced
vapors are known as, wait for it... CLOUDS! So
don' t destress. They are in a way "Cloud
Please help this guy regain his childhood and
thumb up!!
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#2 - benjibonz
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(05/02/2013) [-]

dat spelling
User avatar #3 to #2 - rickysan [OP]
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(05/02/2013) [-]
yea not engwish spraken. <---- on purpose. But I did it in paint so eya
#4 to #3 - benjibonz
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makes sense then. carry on.
makes sense then. carry on.
#5 - hertogrick
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(05/02/2013) [-]
'Please help this guy regain his childhood and thumb up'?

For real?
#7 - ThekidsTEN
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(05/02/2013) [-]
You know not how a nuclear power plant works. You are correct in saying that water is heated up by the splitting of uranium, but the water is highly irradiated, so the heat is then transferred to another channel of water via conduction through pipes. This heated water (now steam) turns a turbine (not "'magnet' like") to generate electricity. This water is too hot to recycle, so the heat from this loop is sent to a third cycle of water which is normally pumped up from a local lake or river. Once the water from the second cycle looses most of it's heat, it is pumped through a condenser and reheated. The cooling towers are releasing the water from the third cycle, which is actually a huge water of energy. Slap another turbine in the third cycle before releasing the steam and you make more energy. Also a turbine is a magnet spinning in a coil of wire to induce current (not cause an induced current, that is redundant)
turbines are spun using pressure from steam, not "air rising"; Water that is released isn't from the reactor chamber, about 50% right with the definition of turbine

#8 to #7 - anon
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(05/03/2013) [-]
You described a pressurized water reactor.

There's another type of light water reactor called boiling water reactor, where the primary water that goes through the core actually boils and spins the turbine.

Still, the vapor from the cooling towers is not irradiated.
And btw, not only nuclear power plants use cooling towers but regular coal burning ones too..
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#6 - awesomechardey
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we were talking about that in the comment section. you just could have said it there. instead of thumbwhoring and making some poor oc of it. sorry for bitching around. but we don't need the same stuff on fj over and over again.