Can we fulfill the world electricity production by nuclear power?
Content of the q, just in case, nothing special:
Nuclear energy is a form of energy released from the nucleus, the core of atoms, made up of protons and neutrons. In today's world has 450 commercial nuclear power reactors operable in 30 countries.
Globally, around 10% of our electricity comes from nuclear.
Then, can we fulfill the other 90% by nuclear power?
Comment from diamond user account:
Welcome to worldbuilding. As the name of the community suggests, we deal with fictional worlds and their rules. At the moment you are giving exactly 0 information about your world, and it looks more like you are trying to start a debate on nuclear power. Please give a good read to our help center to understand our scope, then edit the question to fit our standards
Let's go to that help center, shall we?:
What topics can I ask about here?
Worldbuilding Stack Exchange is a site for designers, writers, artists, gamers and enthusiasts to get help creating imaginary worlds.
- it is not about "As the name of the community suggests, we deal with fictional worlds and their rules." - community does not suggest that, so not only rules
everything from the physics underlying your reality to the entire universe you want to build
When asking questions keep in mind that the goal of the site is to help you build your world, not to tell your story.
This one is important enough and directly applicable to the q - element.
If a system, event or element of the world is causing you problems we are here to help.
There is more in that help center, like referencing infrastructure, which that op ask for, to be a good example of a topic. But I just skimming things, everyone can refresh/revisit help center on their own.
Why so sudden, what actually wrong.
I was observing as at least 4 user accounts(soon to be the 5th one, I guess) were attempting, in their own way and fashion, to work with op in a sense of getting more information and clarifications, and they all were silenced by removing their comments.
While diamond user comment is like a lone wolf disguised as a representation of the whole community's take on the question as if there are no other takes.
So the subject of discussion is - is it appropriate for diamond users to disguise as community representatives, in a such way?
Also, on which grounds do we request wrapper stories those days?