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In the not-too-distant future -- with regard to historys timeline -- there will come a point when fossil fuels will have been depleted and humans will be forced to find alternative sources with which to power automobiles household heating units and other machinery that utilizes fuel However waiting until supplies are exhausted before establishing a workable alternative would place a major hardship upon future energy demands For this reason various options -- not only those that supply a form of fuel but also those that reduce and often eliminate pollution -- have been in the works for several years It is imperative that these alternatives be implemented long before the current supply is depleted In one year America will have exhausted a lot of her petroleum reserves if we didnt have some help from the Arabs I also figure that the eyes of most Americans would light up at the site of a fuel price of about 13 the price of gasoline Will we then go to war with the Arabs for the privilege of driving our cars if the decide to keep the price to high on gasoline Will we strip-mine our land for coal and poison the air we breathe to drive our autos an additional 100 years Will we raze our forests for our energy needs I certainly hope our country will never come to those conclusions However someone must make a conclusion hopefully toward an alternate fuel source The fuel source I would propose is compressed natural gas also known as CNG Natural gas is the counter answer for oil It is more environmentally safe and easy to come by for at least the next sixty years Natural gas which is methane combined with ethane is found where oil and coal are mined Right now this resource is just burned off because it doesnt have a really big demand for it If we started to harvest this resource thousands of
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