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HUM111- Week 2 Assignment

HUM111- Week 2 Assignment - TO DRILL OR NOT TO DRILL 1 To...

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TO DRILL OR NOT TO DRILL? 1 To Drill or Not to Drill? Ivy Allshouse HUM 111 October 2, 2011 R. Gordon
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To Drill or Not to Drill? There are many choices when you think about clean energy. There are many that think clean energy is not worth the price that it will cost. There are several things to think about; like whether or not to destroy beautiful areas in America and homes of animals to drill for oil that eventually will run out or to make the budget to get solar and other clean energy sources and let them pay for themselves. I think making that investment to clean energy is going to be the best in the long run. When looking at this situation and trying to decide what side I wanted to take I had to think of what I was basing my opinions on. I thought about how clean energy would pay for itself in the long run. This is a very expensive push but I think it is necessary because drilling for oil is going to ruin many beautiful land marks. Oil is not re-useable, solar and wind energy is.
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