Alan To Drill or Not to drill

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To Drill or Not To Drill 1 To Drill or Not To Drill Alan Barros HUM/111 12/21/2013 AR Fiano Axia College of University of Phoenix TO DRILL OR NOT TO DRILL The Situation For the past few decades, we have learned more and more about fossil fuels. Most of us were taught that fossil fuels would soon become scarce. As a result, new forms of energy sources such as renewable energy would need to replace fossil fuels. Ever since I could remember, I have always thought that the use of fossil fuels to power our vehicles and industries, and heat our homes; not only is becoming scarce, but also emits harmful chemicals into the atmosphere, which causes global warming. Therefore, using renewable resources for energy would be the better choice for the environment. As a result of what I have learned for many years, my views have always been in favor of ways to research and use renewable resources for energy. I was surprised are reading some articles stating that renewable energy is not beneficial to the environment at all.
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