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Conservation and Preservation - on in the Gulf right now If...

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It is hard for me to choose a side in this debate. I am a person you would consider to be on the outside looking in, because I do not use or live in any national forest, and I do use the oil that is needed. I do not enjoy paying a high price for gas, and at the same time I would be upset if these national forests were destroyed. It may be possible for humans to harvest forest resources, but at what cost is the question. What are we at risk of losing if this is not done? If we continue to do oil drilling in the ocean, we ultimately could continue to have mistakes made like what is going
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Unformatted text preview: on in the Gulf right now. If we use the national forests as a resource then we are possibly destroying any wildlife that exists there now. The natural herds that were mentioned in the video that are currently increasing, probably would be decreasing if we used the forest as a resource. It is amazing how these national forests have not changed at all in the past 100 years. It is rare for areas to still be like this, and it would be a shame to lose it for the cost of oil. There have to be other areas that could be used as a resource....
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