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Unformatted text preview: To Drill or Not to Drill? That Is the Question Idermis Robinson HUM/111 April 17, 2011 Deena Felice This is a very important question to ask, and why not now that the country is going through a rough time. In my personal matter I have to say that I am between both sides because I think is a good thing to try to go green, but at the same time is a big decision to make and make it work. This an good idea to do, but I think that every ones to give a little bit to help accomplish this plans for our one good. I agree in going green and stop the drill in the Gulf Coast, Alaska because by doing this we are destroying the nature and contaminant the earth. Another important thing is that at the time that we drilling we actually getting oil that need to be used for other things that are very important for us. We all have to agree that in the near future we need to go green, even if we can start now it will be the best. Another important point is that if we change from drilling to solar power we actually saving a lot things from our nature and at the same...
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