Yihoi Jung (in class)

Summary for inquiry question – What will the future of electricity look like? Did you know that electricity deprivation might become a thing in the future? Even though it looks like we have unlimited amounts of electricity, we do not, which is a great problem. This summary will show you that our future of electricity may turn out horrible. There are multiple theories that prove this. One of the theories from Daniel Burrows proves that electricity demands will rise and explains a new method...Read More...
Last Reply By Priscilla Muthoni (Sweetwaters) · First Unread Post
Hi guys, this is my third and final round of research. For this round, I will be looking at the theories of scientists on how electricity will change in the future. The first paragraph will talk about the Burrows research theory on the future of electricity. The second paragraph is what the website live science has found about other sources of electricity that may be used in the future. Then, I will talk about the Guardian’s theory on the future of electricity. Daniel Burrows believes that...Read More...
Last Reply By Nicole Shimmin (Johnston Heights) · First Unread Post
Hi everyone, this is my second round of research. For this round, I will be talking about the theories that theorists and scientists have for the future of electricity. In my first paragraph, I will be talking about how the change in use of renewable and non-renewable energy sources from OECD (34 countries that believe in free economy and democracy). My second paragraph will be talking about the outlook on change in use of energy sources in the United States by 2034. The third paragraph will...Read More...
Last Reply By Priscilla Muthoni (Sweetwaters) · First Unread Post
Hello, this is my first round of research. For this round, I looked up the current state of electricity, how we are making it and how other countries are making it. Most of our electricity is generated by fossil fuels (67%), which are non-renewable. Just under 15% of the electricity we use is from hydroelectric dams. (1) Nuclear power, is very effective, but is a very dangerous component to electricity generation. 13% of our electricity comes from nuclear power. Our generation relies so much...Read More...
Last Reply By Jim Liu (Charles Best) · First Unread Post
Science Project Plan How will the world of electricity change in the future? Electricity is how we have run our world for many years. We have used up so much electricity so far and the rate is growing exponentially. After all, we use it nonstop, ranging from our electric charged phones to the very house we live in. I chose this topic because electricity has changed so much over the years. We have found so many more efficient ways we can make it and more and more of us are leaning away from...Read More...
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