The Pros And Cons Of Reusable And Non Reusable Energy Sources

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The Pros and Cons of Reusable & Non Reusable Energy Sources There are many things that we rely on that are naturally provided by nature from the water that is used to replenish our systems to prevent dehydration, to the air that we breath down to some portions of food that we eat. One of those natural elements are used daily but are often not thought about outside of the scientific or political fields is energy. Energy is all around us there is nothing that is done in the day to day life that can be done without energy. From putting on your shoes to making coffee in the morning even down to driving your vehicle in one way shape or form energy is being used. Just as the ecosystems are in need of repair due to various contributory causes’ energy is also a resource that should be protected just the same. In the following paragraphs the pros and cons of each energy source will be dissected and the law of preservation of energy will be explained. The Law of Conservation of Energy With so many types of sources of energy and the world mainly dependent on non renewable energy sources conservation so that these resources are not depleted leaving future generations to wonder about new resources. From physics class we all learned that energy in a closed system can not be created or destroyed it can only be transferred or converted into one form or another for instance when you boil water it can be turned into a vapor or if you freeze water it will turn into ice but water does not
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