Could solar energy eventually replace the use of fossil fuels?
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Overall, fossil fuels not only significantly pollute the Earth's ecosystems, but also come in limited supply. Their are only so many carbonized dead trees left on the planet for humans to consume. Solar power is the only viable option that allows for mutable economically viable options, but also leaves virtually no carbon foot print, and provides a significant energy output that can better assist future generations with the growing energy problem. Advancements in solar energy continue everyday. As the need arises for a better source of energy, more and more people will turn to solar energy. With the demand increasing, solar energy will leap frog in scientific advancement to allow for greater energy output for the least amount of economical or environmental cost.
I do agree with you in saying that religion should be counted upon as a deciding factor in whether to switch to solar power, or stick with fossil fuels.
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Vote Placed by Hylian_3000 2 years ago
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Reasons for voting decision: Conduct: Both forfeited one round. S&G: No spelling or grammar errors. Arguments: Pro had scientific arguments and had way more than Con. Con just said "It's against God's will", which is not convincing in the slightest. Thus, Pro wins arguments. Sources: Neither used sources.
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