The drawbacks to the use of nuclear power means that it is not a long term solution to the problem of meeting ever increasing energy needs. Every system or an approach to a problem comes with its own set of complications but that does not mean that we must stop using it. The complications only indicate that the the system needs to be further modified in order to work efficiently. Thus I strongly deny that due to the drawbacks of the nuclear power we must stop using it. Systems from education to technology, all come with its set of drawbacks which have been nullified or abated by further research and anticipation.
The invention of the steam engine is a millstone of human skills and engineering. It brought along a revolution in transportation. But it had low efficiency, high cost of maintenance and low power output. So much more research was done on it and thus came the Diesel engines which were both highly efficient and durable. But it again came with a new set of problems; the major was the air and noise pollution. This lead to introduction of electric engines and then Mangle technology and the list will continue endlessly. Similarly when dams were built to generate electricity they adversely affected the areas surrounding by inundating them.
Thus nuclear energy was used to generate electricity as it produced much larger power density at cheaper costs, but as expected to have problem associated with It; they pollute the environment with harmful radiations. So instead of discontinuing Its use we must focus on how to solve this Issue. The current education system Is also criticized to highly marks oriented and does not appreciate the natural talents of the students. This drawback lead to the Introduction of adoptive tests which Is a much more practical approach.
Clearly repacks are responsible to developing the existing methods and approaches to make them much more practical and sustaining. Rather than discarding the system completely, we must work on solving the Issues. Sop in evils By Para expected to have problem associated with it; they pollute the environment with harmful radiations. So instead of discontinuing its use we must focus on how to solve this issue. The current education system is also criticized to highly marks oriented the introduction of adoptive tests which is a much more practical approach. Clearly completely, we must work on solving the issues.