Alex Epstein Comes to Pittsburgh and ...

Alex Epstein Comes to Pittsburgh and Talks Natural Gas

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Joe Massaro

Elmont, NY

#1 Mar 29, 2013
Pittsburgh University hosted Alex Epstein where he gave a talk about how hydraulic fracturing improves the environment. Epstein gave a refreshing view on fossil fuels and the process by which we harvest them. The talk gave the audience a new insight to fossil fuels and the roll they have played in our past, present and future.

Tuesday night the Pitt Objectivists and Pitt Students for Liberty hosted Alex Epstein, President of the Center for Industrial Progress. Epsteinís presentation was based around one thought; hydraulic fracturing is a moral and technical achievement which improves our environment by supplying our economy with more oil, a product that immensely improves our lives. Epstein attacks the issue of hydraulic fracturing with one thought in mind, society thrives by having access to a cheap abundant source of energy.

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