We, i.e. the world needs Iran's centrifuges running 24 hours a day, every day

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    Listen folks, the worlds future energy source will be nuclear.

    Nuclear fuel is a substance that is used in nuclear power stations to produce heat to power turbines. Heat is created when nuclear fuel undergoes nuclear fission.

    Now that the uranium is in a gaseous form, it is easier to work with. You can put the gas into a centrifuge and spin it up. The centrifuge creates a force thousands of times more powerful than the force of gravity. Because the U-238 atoms are slightly heavier than the U-235 atoms, they tend to move out toward the walls of the centrifuge. The U-235 atoms tend to stay more toward the center of the centrifuge.

    Centrifuges are the key to our energy future. We need all the centrifuges we i.e. the world can get our hands on to make the fuel we need to power the world's future energy needs.

    Don't let Israel's fear mongering distract us from our true needs.

    We, i.e. the world needs Iran's centrifuges to help produce our future energy needs

    Do you agree, yes/no and state why?
     
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    I support nuclear energy and irans right to use it.
     
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    Fascinating....

    I support nuclear weapons, which Iran documents clearly showed was the goal of their nuclear program, not energy. And I support a nuclear war in the middle east, which will draw in world powers, creating a WW3..... and Irans right to do that.

    oh.... no actually I don't.... but ok.
     
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    I support the building of the foundation for Eziekial 38 to occur soon.
     
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    bible discussion is not allowed here
    stick with the op
     
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    Iran has sworn to nuke the uS and isreal. We can't allow that to happen, cause Isreal will nuke all the oil fields in the m East. Therefore, we can't let Iran have nukes. it was their choice. they could have kept their stupid mouths shut about Isreal and the US.
     
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    First, fission nuclear is a dead end. Too expensive, and to prone to catastrophic failure. Iran has plenty of sunlight for electrical power, as well as wind. In fact, Iran could be exporting power with the amount of sunlight it has. People need to be looking at the whole picture.
     
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    Only in your dreams after watching FOX news. Although if a huge meteor hit Tel Aviv blowing the city to smithereens I would not lose any sleep over it.
     

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