Before I start my presentation I would like to state that Wars and the use of all kinds of weapons is unmoral and inhuman. Especially weapons of mass distractions such as nuclear ones, which are threats to all life on earth. However nuclear energy is important in order for a country to develop.
Nuclear is a powerful energy which should be used only for industrial purposes. It is more powerful and causes very low pollution compared to other sources of energy.
The united nation has the responsibility to watch closely and stop by all means the fabrication of nuclear weapons. However the united nation should be independent and free of any influence from powerful countries on the decisions they make.
My question is why shouldn’t Iran be able to create nuclear energy? Such that the Iranian government has never closed the door to the united nation inspectors.
I ask you some questions: “why you don’t care about Israel nuclear arsenal? Why you don’t care about UK & US nuclear arsenal? Who allows America to help India, developing nuclear warhead? Why Israel refused to join NPT? As members of NPT, why U.K & U.S began to develop new generation of nuclear weapons?”
Iran suspended its entire nuclear program for two years.
Iran allowed IAEA agents to control all of its nuclear facilities.
Iran allowed IAEA to setup controlling cameras in its nuclear facilities.
You may ask: “why Iran refused to enrich uranium in Russia facilities”
Answer: if Iran enrich uranium in Russia facilities there is no assurance that by any political reason they don’t refuse to give us uranium and it is obvious that a nuclear reactor whiteout fuel have no use and whiteout fuel there would be no electricity and delay in electricity delivery will cause huge damage to Iran’s economy. So it’s totally logical that Iran wants to have its own uranium enrichment facilities.
It is also logical that after suspending uranium enrichment for two year whiteout any result, Iran wants to resume its uranium enrichment.
Recently Israel threats Iran that if it doesn’t stop uranium enrichment; it will attack Iran and will use “ANOMALY (nuclear) WARHEADS” for destroying Iran’s uranium enrichment facilities. It’s odd to see that Israel openly talk about nuking Iran and Security Council stay silent.
i dont know if they should or shouldn't but u got some misspellings that will probably count off!
You should add the possible after effects of nuclear generation in iran. [ its hard to imagine a developing country being able to develop the military's strongest energy ]
Also include the factors why Iran isnt allowed to produce this energy even they have the openness, and the possible benefactors of the nuclear energy.
Will the nuclear energy be beneficial to the world? or to the war-torn and nearby warmongering neighbors of them.
[+] contradicting issues about nuclear power regarding western countries
[+]main factors why Iran is a risk to the world.
Wars although potentially unavoidable on an economic level are immoral and threaten the safety of humanity. Use of large scale weapons such as Nuclear Bombs and Chemical Warfare exemplify the inhumanity of war, however the need for the weapons to compete with the opposing world powers is significant.
Nuclear power is a powerful energy supply and causes less pollution than alternate sources of energy.
The UN (United Nations) has assumed responsibility to monitor the construction of nuclear weapons. However, the UN must work independent of any influence of the world powers.
The true question arises as to what authority the UN has in denying Iran rights to nuclear development as other countries build them more efficiently every day. The development of nuclear weapons is separating countries into those with and without them and power is being distributed unjustly by this separation and it must be corrected.
The quality of your presentation really depends on how old you are. If you are in Middle School or Junior High it is probably fine, except you have a few incorrect words, specifically:
weapons of mass distractions = weapons of mass destruction
unmoral = immoral
inhuman = inhumane
If you are in High School, I think that you need to add a lot more to your last paragraph on why Iran should or should not have have nuclear energy because to me the United Nations argument really is not convincing enough to "pursuade" me to your point of view. Things to think about could include:
a. Iran, as a soverign nation, has the right to develop any energy source that they choose.
b. Iran signed the nuclear nonproliferation treaty, which states they will not develop nuclear weapons but gives them the right to pursue peaceful uses of nuclear energy.
c. Depending on your stand on the issue: there is no evidence that Iran is developing weapons or Iran has supported terrorist activities in the past and is a major risk to world security if they develop nuclear weapons.
Back up all opinions with convincing evidence on why the audience should accept your position.
If you are in college I would suggest that you add a lot more support to each of the assertions that you make. To be persuasive you need to back up your arguments with facts. Some things to think about adding are:
a. How are wars immoral or inhumane?
b. How is nuclear energy important in order for a country to develop?
c. Examples of types of pollution produced by nuclear vs other energy types and the potential environmental consequences of each type of pollution.
I hope that this helps.
Iran has repeatedly refused inspection by UN. It has had secret facilities even before 2002.
Prior to 2002 there were several NPT violations. Since the 2002 construction of the underground facility at Natanz, Iran has made steady progress to producing weapons grade material
2002 - Iran builds underground plant at Natanz.
At a 13 December 2002 briefing, State Department spokesman Richard Boucher told reporters the facility was being built partially underground, and as such is inconsistent with Iran's claims that its nuclear intentions are peaceful: "It appears from the imagery that a service road, several small structures, and perhaps three large structures are being build below grade, and some of these are already being covered with earth. Iran clearly intended to harden and bury that facility. That facility was probably never intended by Iran to be a declared component of the peaceful program. Instead Iran has been caught constructing a secret underground site where it could produce fissile material." Based upon what Boucher termed "hard evidence," Iran appears to be constructing a uranium enrichment plant at Nantaz, as well as a heavy water plant. "The suspect uranium-enrichment plant ... could be used to produce highly-enriched uranium for weapons. The heavy-water plant could support a reactor for producing weapons-grade plutonium. These facilities are not justified by the needs of Iran's civilian nuclear program," he said. By mid-2004 the Natanz centrifuge facility was hardened with a roof of several meters of reinforced concrete and buried under a layer of earth some 75 feet deep.
2002 - Davood Aqajani, director for the Natanz heavy water project, also manages Kala-Electric which is developing the capability to make separated plutonium and highly enriched uranium, the two main nuclear explosive materials
2003 - It was reported on August 26, 2003, that the IAEA had found particles of highly enriched uranium in environmental samples taken at Natanz
2004 - Iran did not declare to the IAEA the existence of a pilot enrichment facility at the Kalaye Electric Company Workshop, and laser enrichment plants at the Tehran Nuclear Research center and at Lashkar Ab’ad. Because experiments at these sites involved the use of nuclear material in equipment, Iran was obligated to report them to the IAEA. Iran continues to deny the IAEA access to equipment and areas of the Physics Research Center at Lavisan-Shian and elsewhere for environmental sampling, and despite repeated requests, has not made available for interview one of the center’s former directors. IAEA entry to another site, Parchin, was granted only after repeated requests and under circumscribed conditions. Iran recently balked at a request by the IAEA to visit the
underground halls at Natanz. As noted below, Iran has refused outright to discuss sensitive issues related to alleged high explosives testing, the design of a missile re-entry vehicle and apparent linkages between its nuclear program and Iran’s military.
2004 (Using only P-1 centrifuges)...... By some time in 2006, Iran could be producting fissile material for atomic bombs using both uranium enriched at Natanz and plutonium produced at Arak. The Natanz facility might produce enough uranium for about five bombs every year, and the Arak facility might produced enough plutonium for as many as three bombs every year.
2005 - Pakistan has confirmed that the former head of its nuclear weapons programme, AQ Khan, on the nuclear black market, sold centrifuges for enriching uranium to Iran.
2006 - Iran Centrifuge Technology Company has built at least 15 (P-2) advanced uranium enrichment centrifuges. Iran has already been enriching uranium with slower P-1 centrifuges, made from an older design.
Iran is progressing in its work at the Pilot Fuel Enrichment Plant (PFEP) at Natanz, and continues to deny IAEA requests to resolve outstanding questions in a number of areas. The IAEA states that between August 13 and November 2, 2006, Iran reported that approximately 34 kg of UF6 was fed into the centrifuges and enriched to levels below 5 percent U-235. HEU contamination was reported in the IAEA’s August 2006 report. The plutonium is a new finding
Since 31 August 2006, centrifuges in the single machine test stand, and the 10-machine, 20-
machine and first 164-machine cascades at the Pilot Fuel Enrichment Plant (PFEP) have been run,
mostly under vacuum, with UF6 being fed during intermittent periods. The installation of the second
164-machine cascade was completed and, on 13 October 2006, testing of the cascade with UF6 gas was begun. Iran has not provided the Agency with full access to operating records at PFEP.
2007 - UNANIMOUS VOTE - The UN Security Council unanimously adopted Resolution 1747 on 24 March 2007. As reported by the UN press office, the resolution imposes further sanctions on Iran and reaffirms that Iran must take the steps required by the IAEA Board.
We know that they have two 164 centrifuge cascades above ground in the "R&D" facility at Natanz. They have also said but sometimes denied that they have two further 164 centrifuge cascades below ground in in Natanz.
19 February 2007 - ElBaradei - six months away - since the country has already acquired considerable technical knowledge from enriching uranium in a "research and development" facility.
Jan 18, 2007 Iran is ready to start assembling 3,000 centrifuges to produce enriched uranium - a possible pathway to nuclear arms - after finishing most preliminary work on an underground facility housing such machines, a diplomat and a UN official said Thursday... Iran's leaders have suggested those machines would be in place by March 20, the end of the Iranian year.
Feb 25, 1007 GeoEye’s OrbView-3 satellite imagery of Arak 40 MW Heavy Water Reactor construction. When fully operational, the reactor is estimated to be able to produce about 9 kilograms of weapon-grade plutonium per year.
March 15, 2007 - Iran intends to have one of the largest nuclear fuel cycle programs in the developing world..with the capability to produce highly enriched uranium (HEU) and weapon-grade plutonium for nuclear weapons. Natanz - Urenco’s “P1” (slow) and “P2” (fast) centrifuges - In January, Iran started to install about 3,000 centrifuges underground in the FEP. The centrifuges are slated to be organized into eighteen 164-machine cascades that operate together under a common control system to produce low enriched uranium, what Iran calls a “module.” The underground halls of the FEP can hold about 17-18 modules, for a total of about 50,000 to 53,000 centrifuges.
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