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SDI 2008 __/_STPSupplement
INDEX
Index ...............................................................1CTL Specific T AE ≠ Fossil fuels 1NC ...........3CTL Specific T AE ≠ Fossil fuels 2NC/1NR ..4AT: Literature Checks Abuse ..........................4AT: Clash Checks Abuse .................................5AT: No IR Abuse/No Potential Abuse .............6AT: Fairness Outweighs ..................................6AT: Education Outweighs ...............................6CTL Specific T AE ≠ Fossil fuels more definitions ........................................................................7Speaking in Canberra yesterday, Ferguson said he would push for more deregulation of globalenergy markets but also support local projects to deliver low-emission fossil fuels, includingcoal-to-liquids, and renewable energy ............7T FLex-fuel incentive ≠ Mandate 2nc/1nr ......8PICS Bad .........................................................9PICS Good ....................................................10Dispositionality Bad .....................................11Dispositionality Good .................................12Conditionality Good ......................................13Conditionality Bad ........................................14Agent Counterplans Bad ..............................15Agent Counterplans Good .............................16Floating PICs Bad .........................................17Floating PICs Good .......................................18Severance Perms Bad ...................................19Severance Perms Good ................................20Intrinsic Perms Bad ......................................21Intrinsic Perms Good ...................................22International actors good ...............................23International actors bad .................................24Multi- Actor Good .........................................25Multi – Actor Bad ........................................26Utopian Fiat Bad ...........................................27Utopian Fiat Good .........................................2850 STATES CP THEORY Bad ......................2950 States Fiat Good .......................................30Intrinsic Perms to CP Bad: 2NC ...................31Intrinsic Perms to CP Bad: 2NR ...................32AT: Intrinsic Perms to D/As ........................33OVERVIEWS ...............................................34UNIQUENESS ext ........................................35LINK ext .......................................................36AT: IMPACT TURNS ...................................38IRAN ext (AT: strikes good) .........................38LOST ext (AT: crushes economy, heg, power projection, etc.) .....................................................40LOST ext (AT: leads to prolif, terrorism, etc.) 41
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SDI 2008 __/_STPSupplement
CTL SPECIFIC T AE
FOSSIL FUELS 1NC
A. Interpretation:
Alternative energy is all energy that is derived from anyother source but fossil fuels. US Dept. of Interior 2008 –(
Fuel sources that are other than those derived from fossil fuels. Typically used interchangeably for renewable energy. Examples include:wind, solar, biomass, wave and tidal energy.
B. Violation:
 The affirmative mandates the use of coal, a fossil fuel, as thesource for their energy.
C. Standards:
1.) Limits – Our interpretation provides the best limits, allowing forequal ground for aff and neg and allows for more on and off case argsthat are specific rather than generic. This increases education.2.) Predictability – Our interpretation forces the affirmative team todebate about incentives for alternative energy sources, which makestheir cases more predictable, this is key to fairness.3.) Bright Line – Our interpretation makes clear what is and isn’ttopical.4.) Context – Our interpretation comes from the federal governmentand captures the heart of the topic.5.) Competing Interpretations – Our interpretation is even slightly moretrue to the resolution you must vote neg. This is key to clearly definingthe resolution.6.) Bi-Directionality – The aff should only be able to increase one waytowards alternative fuels and not fossil fuels. This is key to ensuringpredictable negative ground.7.) Breadth vs. Depth – Only our definition allows for an in-depthargument on core topic issues. One learns more reading a book thanstanding in front of a shelf in a library. Depth is uniquely key toeducation.D. Topicality is a voting issue1.) Jurisdiction: It’s not within the jurisdiction of the judge to vote for anuntopical case.2.) Education: A topical case is key to education.3.) Fairness: An untopical case means the neg can’t win.4.) Potential Abuse: Voting for an untopical case promotes even worseabuse in future rounds.
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