By Tek Smith
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In August 2003, electrical power went out in a large part of North America. Ten million people in Ontario, Canada, lost power. And the lights went out for forty-five million people in eight states in the U.S. Eleven people died in relation to this event. It was one of the biggest power failures in world history.

Electrical power is important for our daily lives. Many of us cannot live without it. And as the world population grows, more people will want more power....

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