Nuclear reactor concept, Physics

Q)  why we cant use the nuclear reactor concept in making fuel for our usages?

Ans) Beacause nuclear reacters produse a huge energy which can''t be in our control and we can''t control the reactions in one or few minute by stopping the flow of fuel because they are chain reactions and if there is something wrong with in it we would not be here to see or vehicle back again

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nuclear reactors are meant for production of energy.....and involves huge amount of heat.....if we use that method then fuel also burns and explosion will takes place.........it is very dangerous

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