Future Earth: Fossil Fuels Could Destroy The World | Disaster Documentary | Reel Truth. Science
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Future Earth Addicted to Power explores the human addiction to energy. Modern life wouldn’t be possible without fossil fuels such as oil, coal and gas but with resource shrinking and demand increasing the big dilemma is now working out how to keep the lights on without cooking the planet. Future Earth uses vivid CGI to investigate the consequences fossil fuels are having on the world and also the disasters that could occur if we don’t use more sustainable energy.
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Fossil Fuels 101
Fossil fuel is a term used to describe a group of energy sources that were formed when ancient plants and organisms were subject to intense heat and pressure over millions of years.
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Electricity Production – Burning Fossil Fuels
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Explanatory video on how electricity is produce by burning fossil fuels and the associated environmental consequences. Visit ngscience.com for a range of related media, interactive resources and printable worksheets.
Coal, natural gas and petroleum are fossil fuels commonly used to produce electricity. In this process, the fuels are burned to transform the chemical energy in the fuel into heat energy. The heat energy is used to heat water and convert it to steam. The steam generated spin turbines which then turn a generator. As the generator turns, it converts the kinetic energy into electrical energy. The electricity produced by the power station is sent along power lines that connect homes, buildings and cities through an electrical grid. When fossil fuels are burned, harmful gases are released into the Earth’s atmosphere. This can cause air pollution along with other impacts on the environment.
When fossil fuels are burned to turn water into steam, emissions are produced. An emission is the release of a substance, often a gas, into the environment. Some emissions can be harmful to organisms and the environment. These harmful emissions are called pollutants.
Pollutants released into the air when fossil fuels are burned can combine with oxygen and water droplets in clouds. The rain that falls from the clouds, called acid rain, carries the pollutants back to the surface of the Earth. Acid rain can pollute water sources, such as lakes and rivers, and is harmful to plants. It can also cause the soil to become polluted.
Burning fossil fuel also produces carbon dioxide which is released into the air. Carbon dioxide is a greenhouse gas. When greenhouse gases are added to the air, they cause the atmosphere to retain more heat. This is slowly causing the Earth to get hotter faster than it normally would. Emissions from fossil fuel power stations along with vehicle and factories is a major cause of climate change.
All matter is made up of tiny particles called atoms. The parts inside an atom are held together by strong forces. In the 1930s, scientists discovered that the bonds inside atoms can be broken apart to release a huge amount of energy as light and heat. The energy from inside atoms is called nuclear energy.
Scientists designed nuclear power stations to convert nuclear energy into electricity.
Like in a coalfired power plant, heat is used to boil water and produce steam. The steam spins turbines which produce electricity. Electricity produced in this way is called nuclear power.
Nuclear power plants do not release high levels of greenhouse gases or other pollutants into the air. However, the process of uranium mining and making electricity produces radioactive wastes such as uranium tailings and used fuel rods. Radioactive materials are very harmful to people and other organisms. They also remain dangerous for thousands to millions of years. For this reason, nuclear wastes need to be carefully contained and isolated. If containment fails, the impact on the environment can be catastrophic.
Nuclear power plants also produce a lot of hot water, which needs to be cooled. This can be done by cycling the water through a larger body of water, such as the ocean or a lake. This can change the water environment and affect the organisms living there.
How is Coal Formed? – Geography for Kids | Educational Videos by Mocomi
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Millions of years ago, a large number of plants and ferns grew on Earth.
These plants and ferns died in swamps, around riverbanks and got covered with soil and mud and slowly sank into the ground.
As the years passed, the Earth’s heat and the weight of the ground changed these dead plants into coal.
To extract coal, it needs to be dug out. Coal is usually found in layers, or seams underground.
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