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