those are the only sources. you don’t have to use all of them but at least 5 sources
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these are the ideas that should be in the research paper
1. The process of producing the nuclear power and building the nuclear power plants.
2. The danger of the nuclear radiations on the environment and the people.
3. The loose of water to cool down the nuclear reactions and the death of the fishes.
4. Nuclear energy plants are the first target for terrorists.
5. The nuclear waste and the ways to get rid of it.