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The Is/Ought Fallacy in the “Moral” Case for Fossil Fuel

Currently one of the more popular arguments for defenders of the fossil fuel industry is that since everyone in industrial societies is currently dependent on fossil fuel, it is wrong-headed and irresponsible to argue that we should stop using fossil … Continue reading

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Fossil Fuel Fix

When a person is in a state of advanced addiction, he or she will be more and more likely to do anything to get his or her fix, even though this puts the person’s health and even life in danger. … Continue reading

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Fossil Fuel High

The human race is on a fossil fuel high, and it feels real good. Fossil fuel has contributed to economic progress previously unseen in the history of humankind, and every part of our lives has been made more convenient from … Continue reading

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