Faculty Mentor(s)

Dr. Xiangfeng Yang

Campus

Dahlonega

Proposal Type

Presentation - completed/ongoing

Subject Area

International Affairs/Political Science

Location

Library Technology Center 382

Start Date

24-3-2017 2:00 PM

End Date

24-3-2017 2:50 PM

Description/Abstract

This work was an effort to provide an all-encompassing picture for the future of energy production in the People’s Republic of China with a focus on nuclear power and, more specifically, nuclear fission reactions that are uranium based. The numbers behind the research were gathered from different publicly accessible data sets. Some of the predictions and assumptions were not based in mathematics in the form of predictive statistical analyses but were made based on regional economic activity at and up to the time. With the research conducted I also hoped to give different actors that are still engaged in competition for energy production an idea of what the future of using finite resources for fueling growth looks like as well as a more optimal choice for being able to successfully see a better future for the planet. Nuclear fusion, generating energy from continuous magnetic fields, and ideas of this nature are the real way through which our species will be able to successfully evolve. When different governments and companies compete for finite resources there will always be the inevitable outcome of running out of those resources on a long enough time scale.

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Mar 24th, 2:00 PM Mar 24th, 2:50 PM

The People’s Republic of China’s Short-Term Security in the Energy Sector Concerning Foreign Investment in Uranium

Library Technology Center 382

This work was an effort to provide an all-encompassing picture for the future of energy production in the People’s Republic of China with a focus on nuclear power and, more specifically, nuclear fission reactions that are uranium based. The numbers behind the research were gathered from different publicly accessible data sets. Some of the predictions and assumptions were not based in mathematics in the form of predictive statistical analyses but were made based on regional economic activity at and up to the time. With the research conducted I also hoped to give different actors that are still engaged in competition for energy production an idea of what the future of using finite resources for fueling growth looks like as well as a more optimal choice for being able to successfully see a better future for the planet. Nuclear fusion, generating energy from continuous magnetic fields, and ideas of this nature are the real way through which our species will be able to successfully evolve. When different governments and companies compete for finite resources there will always be the inevitable outcome of running out of those resources on a long enough time scale.