Ethan Yen

We get our energy from a variety of sources, some more environmentally harmful than others. There’s fossil fuels, natural gas, hydropower, geothermal, solar power, wind power, biomass, and I’m sure I’m forgetting some other commonly used forms of energy production. Energy is what keeps not only machines and technology running, it’s what keeps us living beings alive too. All that food we eat is broken down into little bits and pieces that are used for energy, or something to that effect. I’m not well-versed on the whole chemical process of the production of energy (something to do with ATPs if I remember correctly from high school), but from the issue of providing food for the entire population (energy for people), to reducing the environmental impacts of our energy production (energy for society), the issue of where and how we get our energy to run a modern lifestyle is a main…

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