Sunday, November 16, 2014

Epstein's ‘The Moral Case for Fossil Fuels’ Defangs the Anti-Industrial Revolutionaries

Philosopher Ayn Rand coined the term “The Anti-Industrial Revolution” to describe the 1960s Ecology movement, the precursor to modern Environmentalism and its War on Fossil Fuels. Environmentalists have managed to claim the political and moral high road ever since. But perhaps not for long.

Alex Epstein’s The Moral Case for Fossil Fuels is now available. View and share the book trailer if you are concerned about the Environmentalists’ War on Fossil Fuels, and thus our advanced quality of life.

As a member of the fossil fuel industry, I can honestly say that this book will not only change the way you view the industry, but if you’re in the industry, it will change the way you work.  . . . By internalizing the ideas presented in this book, I can honestly say that my work is so much more rewarding because I have a better understanding of just how productive and valuable my work is.—Erin Connors

There are good books, there are great books, and there are books that change the conversation a society is having. Alex Epstein's “The Moral Case for Fossil Fuels” has the potential to change the debate about energy and environment in this country.—D. Watkins

For Epstein’s comprehensive moral case for fossil fuels and, more broadly, for industrial civilization—including whatever new forms of energy industrialists develop in the future—read his book.

Your future prosperity—indeed your very life—depends on the freedom of industrialists to produce energy and to transform nature for human benefit.—Ari Armstrong

Related Reading:

Return of the Primitive: The Anti-Industrial Revolution—Ayn Rand

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