TO Drill Or Not To Drill

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Running head: TO DRILL OR NOT TO DRILL? 1 To Drill Or Not To Drill Jennifer Curry Course/Number Date Instructor Name
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TO DRILL OR NOT TO DRILL? 2 To Drill Or Not To Drill The debate over the oil crisis has opposing views. The first view states that the oil crisis needs to decrease its dependence on oil and find alternative sources of energy. The second opposing view states to solve the oil energy crisis is to drill Alaska and other countries. To accomplish this debate and individual needs to state their position in this matter. They can accomplish this by using the six stages of critical thinking, which include the unreflective thinker, the challenged thinker, the beginner thinker, the practicing thinker, the advanced thinker, and the master thinker. Opposing views can block an individual’s decision in defending his or her views, by using the thought process you can overcome blocks and the thought process can manipulate perception. (Bellis, 2012) Stating The Issue The debate over the oil crisis is to increase drilling Alaska, the Gulf Coast, and other explored parts of the U.S. The advantages of drilling in Alaska would increase jobs and
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This note was uploaded on 02/20/2012 for the course ENGLISH 101 taught by Professor Pepper during the Spring '12 term at Oakland CC.

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TO Drill Or Not To Drill - Running head: TO DRILL OR NOT TO...

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