Dangers Of Alternative Energy

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Are we doing enough? Over two hundred years ago, man witnessed the evolution of energy that sling shot humanity into a new age. Coal rich in carbon replaced wood as the number one fuel source. The energy found in coal supplied the fore fathers with the means to manufacture steel, power steam liners, and run machinery. The world had no idea a hundred years later that its need for more energy would dramatically increase. Oil and natural gas where explored. These highly efficient energies would accompany coal as the primary fuels. Fifty years would pass until scientists would invent atomic power through the discovery of uranium. However, the dangers of depending on coal, petroleum, natural gas, and uranium to supply the earth’s ever-growing energy crisis are evident. These fuels are becoming scarce, and their constant use endangers the …show more content…
While we are running low on conventional energy that is indeed harmful to the earth and backing by the government that has set policies and grants and to support alternative energy the search is on to find a bio-fuel to stand out among the rest. Looking back over the course of thirty years petroleum products have taken over …show more content…
so we can stop being outbid from other countries in oil. Our demands grow more every year making it important to find another source that can cater to our demand and protect the world from pollutants and emissions to keep our loved ones safe. The government is taking action, and so must we. Running low on conventional energy is harmful to the earth, with government policies, and grants to support alternative energy. Therefore, searching for the next bio-fuel to stand out among the rest we still have to do our part to make a difference starting at home, work, and school to keep this planet and our future secure and safe for our generation and many more to

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