The Moral Case for Fossil FuelsThe Moral Case for Fossil Fuels
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The Moral Case for Fossil Fuels

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Alex Epstein

Fossil fuels are currently the sole viable choice for a global society's primary energy source. Alternatives that are "green" are not workable since they are still unreliable and costly. Fossil fuels have completely changed the way we live, greatly enhancing it and reshaping society. It is morally right to continue using fossil fuels since they provide the vital energy we need. There should be enough fossil fuel reserves on Earth to last until we can develop alternative fuels.

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Author Alex Epstein examines fossil fuels’ advantages like natural gas, coal, and oil in The Moral Case for Fossil Fuels. The book explores the numerous fallacies surrounding fossil fuels and discusses the tremendous and advantageous consequences of using such fuels on society. Furthermore, fossil fuel use is a moral choice because its advantages to humanity surpass any current environmental worries.

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Fossil fuels are currently the sole viable choice for a global society's primary energy source. Alternatives that are "green" are not workable since they are still unreliable and costly. Fossil fuels have completely changed the way we live, greatly enhancing it and reshaping society. It is morally right to continue using fossil fuels since they provide the vital energy we need. There should be enough fossil fuel reserves on Earth to last until we can develop alternative fuels.

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Agricultural advancements made possible by fossil fuels led to a reduction in hunger.

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Most of the side effects and risks of using fossil fuels will soon be minimized.

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Fossil fuel use doesn't harm the environment; in fact, they've improved the quality of life on this planet.

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In the near future, fossil fuels will remain a sustainable energy source.

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