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Unformatted text preview: Running head: TO DRILL OR NOT TO DRILL? THAT IS THE QUESTION. 1 To Drill or Not to Drill? That is the Question. Andrew J. Ayers HUM/111 January 16, 2011 Shaunna Allum TO DRILL OR NOT TO DRILL? THAT IS THE QUESTION. 2 To Drill or Not to Drill? That is the Question. I tend to agree with President Obama. I strongly feel that we should start concentrating on going green. Solar panels, wind turbines and electric cars are the way to go. Sure this type of fuel/energy is expensive now but so was drilling for oil when it began. Granted it is still expensive but a lot less now than in its inception. Sunlight and the wind are resources that will never run out and that we do not have to depend on another nation or country for. Essentially it is free; it is the technology that is required to harness this resource that is expensive. This is a hard question for me to answer Being from Pennsylvania. Presently we are doing more drilling for natural gas than oil, but never the less we are still drilling. In the aspect doing more drilling for natural gas than oil, but never the less we are still drilling....
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