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fast development is good foe every area..

EVER SINCE man learnt to harness fire

for his own benefit, as civilization

progressed, mankind's demand for energy

as an instrument for economic and social

development has increased by leaps

and bounds. Primitive man had only the

strength of his arms and the use of fire.

Later he tamed animals as new sources of

energy; they were used to pull plows and

wagons and to move from one place to another.

He discovered how to use the wind

energy to move boats and ships. He used

the water energy to move mills. A new

stage in the development of the use of energy

came at the end of the feudal period

with the invention of steam engine, which

ushered in the Industrial Revolution. Then

introduction of power driven machinery led

to explosive increase in production which

transformed the basically rural and agricultural

society into urban and industrial

society in the capitalist world. Coal was

then the principal source of energy. Subsequently

petroleum and natural gas were

discovered and these two together soon outstripped

coal as a source of energy. Discovery

of nuclear fission in the first half of

the 20th century has given mankind access

to a new, abundant and powerful source

of energy. And if scientists can control

the process of nuclear fusion it might solve

mankind's energy problems for ever. Hence

many people believe that nuclear energy is

the energy option for the future.

Our civilization and our standard of living

depend on an adequate supply of energy.

In today's world the per capita energy consumption

is often regarded as an



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