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Oil is made by the Earth, not by fossils

Discussion in 'Anything Else' started by bbestar, May 27, 2008.

  1. bbestar

    bbestar Banned

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    you heard it here first, Oil is being replenished everyday by the Earth using chemical processes confirmed by Russian Deep oil drilling.

    Cola Sg3 Russian Drilling.

    Their is an abundance of Oil. We can get oil anytime we want, at any amount.

    If you want more information look up lindsey williams
    http://www.reformation.org/energy-non-crisis.html
    http://www.infowars.com/?p=2347


    Lets start rewriting the books of history, starting with you. Your mind.
     
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  2. Desert Fox

    Desert Fox Master Don Juan

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    Where does this oil come from?

    To have something created you gotta start with something. As it's created into oil, the old stuff disappears. What is it?

    Also show me a peer reviewed journal article about this. I don't give a damn about some book a guy wrote.
     
  3. Deep Dish

    Deep Dish Master Don Juan

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    You know, one of the problems with the Internet is free speech. We can all think of examples where free speech is a very good thing, but the flipside is the denegration of filtering out bad ideas. Whereas there once was a price on information, now any crackpot can have their own "voice" and, if shouted persistently loud enough with enough obfuscations, create the illusion of standing on equal ground as viable and credible sources of information. What I often wonder is doesn't anyone remember their college professors warning against sourcing from the Internet?

    You need to reference citations far more reputable than conspiracy theory websites which are a load of bull.

    Since you speak of inorganic (abiogenic) sources of petroleum, here is the abstract from "Abiogenic Origin of Hydrocarbons: An Historical Overview" by Geoffrey Glasby, published in Resource Geology:
    Ditto.
     
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  4. Wiesman44

    Wiesman44 Master Don Juan

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    research studies and journals articles have already been written. I've read a few but I'm not about to go search for them on the internet again. Do your own research before you start critiquing other people's posts.

    I dont care whether you believe me or not, but they're out there.
     
  5. Rollo Tomassi

    Rollo Tomassi Master Don Juan

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    I hear the moon's made of green cheese too.
     
  6. Deep Dish

    Deep Dish Master Don Juan

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    Livescience.com:
    It would be a false dilemma to argue because abiogenic sources of oil have been found that therefore oil is not a fossil fuel. There is clear convincing evidence oil of biogenic origins do exist and this type is what we rely upon. It's fallacious to argue abiogenic sources of oil are the solution. Practical does not follow possible.
     
  7. Rollo Tomassi

    Rollo Tomassi Master Don Juan

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    I suppose next you'll be telling us the Big Bang wasn't electrical.
    :nervous:
     
  8. Deep Dish

    Deep Dish Master Don Juan

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    The flatulation from a big bunny.
     
  9. Alle_Gory

    Alle_Gory Master Don Juan

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    When you burn oil, you get carbon dioxide and water.
    How does that get absorbed back into the ground to collect as oil?

    And what energy source + catalyst combination is converting it back into oil?



    You can at least find one to prove you're right. Since you've read a few.


    The title of such an article would be the minimum.
     
  10. Desert Fox

    Desert Fox Master Don Juan

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    1) Yeah I think you care. Unicorns are out there too right? I just can't see them?

    2) Do my own research? My research is the status quo, which shows this isn't what happens.

    3) The burden of proof is on YOU and the OP because you're the one throwing this thing out there. Basic logic buddy.

    Still no peer reviewed article, I'm not surprised. The end.

    Deep down you're insecure and know this is bullsh1t. Read my original post again, I made valid questions anyone with common sense would ask about this. Yet you take offense? Only someone living in a straw house is afraid of a light breeze. Peace.
     
  11. PRMoon

    PRMoon Master Don Juan

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    I imagine oil could be produced through unatrual means should we so chose to do so. For a very long time, we assumed that diamonds took thousands of years under extreme heat and pressure to produce the product. Nowdays you can get a diamond made through artificial means in a fraction of the time that is in every way identicle to a "natural" diamond. Most of the time though the creators mark their diamond to track them.

    It's highly probobly that algae can be compressed and heated in a similar manner to the crude we use now to produce oil. The big issue is what happens to the already unstable middle eastern countries when there oil is no longer needed.
     
  12. bbestar

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    question:
    how many of you have been to Alaska, or has been an executive in oil companies?

    None of you but Mr. Williams has been

    and here's his full presentation

    http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=3340274697167011147


    "Alaska has enough oil to supply all of America for 200 hundred years." quoted in 2005
     
  13. LostAndConfused

    LostAndConfused Master Don Juan

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    Funny you say that, since the moon's surface isn't exposed to air, it contains some form of energy (i forgot) from the sun that they said could last us 200 years if we could exploit it.
     
  14. Alle_Gory

    Alle_Gory Master Don Juan

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    You are correct. The Nazis turned Coal into Gasoline during WWII when they ran out of oil. Its a highly inefficient process, and it requires alot of energy.
     
  15. Rhoto

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    Is it even Lt. Swt. Crude?
     
  16. Nighthawk

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    bbestar, I just had a look at your post history, and there really doesn't seem to be much about relationships, seduction, or self-improvement. It's basically just religion, crack-pot pseudo-science and conspiracy theories. Why are you here?
     
  17. Desert Fox

    Desert Fox Master Don Juan

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    I think the first few feet of the moon's surface is made of tritrium or deuterium...one of the isotopes of hydrogen.

    In any case, it would be cool to mine it, of course decreasing the mass of the moon may have serious consequences for the Earth as you know the moon affects the tides.
     
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    Well the coal industry says they can and would be glad to produce gas from coal at and above $50/barrel. There's trillions of barrels of oil in coal sands in canada that can be produced for about $8/bbls. There's some pollution concerns in both of the sources. But the point is oil is not in a shortage. The producers want to produce it for a $1/bbl and speculate it to $130+. The inflated price is intentional and not a supply and demand issue or free market.
     
  19. Rhoto

    Rhoto Master Don Juan

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    Why use oil anyways? Electric cars are faster. Nuclear power is cleaner. And then we don't have to bend over in front of the Saudis.
     
  20. PRMoon

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    That's another issue.

    What happens to the middle east when the oil is no longer needed?
     

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