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The world's major nonrenewable source of energy comes from A. the wind. B. nuclear power plants. C. fossil fuels. D. the sun.
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User: The world's major nonrenewable source of energy comes from A. the wind. B. nuclear power plants. C. fossil fuels. D. the sun.

Weegy: The sun.
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