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Argument: Geothermal sites can unexpectedly run out of energy

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==Supporting quotations== ==Supporting quotations==
[http://www.yourenergyalternitives.com/2007/10/02/the-disadvantages-of-geothermal-energy/ "The disadvantages of geothermal energy". Alternative Energy] - The problem with geothermal energy is that there are temporary times when the locations just run out of steam, the problem may last for month sand for such times there is no production of energy as there would be no steam and thus no energy. [http://www.yourenergyalternitives.com/2007/10/02/the-disadvantages-of-geothermal-energy/ "The disadvantages of geothermal energy". Alternative Energy] - The problem with geothermal energy is that there are temporary times when the locations just run out of steam, the problem may last for month sand for such times there is no production of energy as there would be no steam and thus no energy.

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"The disadvantages of geothermal energy". Alternative Energy - The problem with geothermal energy is that there are temporary times when the locations just run out of steam, the problem may last for month sand for such times there is no production of energy as there would be no steam and thus no energy.

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