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How many volts of electricity would it take to kill someone?

How many volts of electricity would it take to kill someone?
Kieran Jones from Swansea (Age: 5-14)

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Why don’t hot countries use solar powered desalination plants?

Why don’t countries like Australia and Egypt use solar powered desalination plants and solar powered pumping stations to irrigate and green the deserts. Surely solar powered desalination plants could be part of the energy answer in the future? What do your scientists think?
Lynne Foster from Essex (Age 45-54)

Could a pebble-bed nuclear reactor consume plutonium and deactivate nuclear waste?

Is it possible to design a pebble-bed nuclear reactor that could consume plutonium and deactivate nuclear waste? Is anyone in the UK doing this?
Brooke Ward from Oxfordshire (Age 55+)