how pissed would all of you be if you found out "peak oil" was a hoax and the whole concept of oil deriving from fossils was fabricated-that oil is
created naturally inside the earth through a natural process of pressure and heat and that the source is infinite and that deep oil drilling has
unlocked the key to obtaining an unending source of oil yet it is being kept a secret in order to fleece the masses-
Abiogenic petroleum origin
Fossil Fuels Made without Fossils
Similar reactions deep in the Earth may churn out hydrocarbons from inorganic matter
By Gabe Romain
9/13/2004 5:01 PM
Credit: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences
No bursted bubble: Methane bubble formation under conditions similar to deep Earth supports the theory that hydrocarbons are generated there
Fossil fuel may not require fossils, as the pressure of deep Earth has been found capable of creating hydrocarbons from inorganic matter.
The findings, by an American team of researchers, suggest that hydrocarbons, the main constituents of fossil fuels such as coal, petroleum and natural
gas, could be extracted from a virtually endless source.
"These experiments point to the possibility of an inorganic source of hydrocarbons at great depth in the Earth—that is, hydrocarbons that come from
simple reactions between water and rock and not just from the decomposition of living organisms," says researcher Russell Hemley of the Carnegie
Institution of Washington's Geophysical Laboratory in DC.
There are two theories on the origin of fossil fuels, the biogenic theory and the abiogenic theory.
According to the biogenic theory, fossil fuels are the remnants of ancient plant and animal life deposited in sedimentary rocks.
According to the abiogenic theory, hydrocarbon deposits are primordial, being part of the Earth as it formed. The abiogenic theory holds that
petroleum is produced by nonbiological processes deep in the Earth's crust.
Methane is the most abundant hydrocarbon in the Earth's crust and is the main component of natural gas. Often, gas reserves are accompanied by liquid
petroleum. These reserves, at three to five miles beneath the surface, exist in relatively low-pressure conditions. At further depths however,
crushing pressures and extreme temperature conditions results in matter that behaves much differently.
Whether or not hydrocarbons exist deeper and can be formed from nonbiological matter has been the subject of much debate.
For their experiments, the researchers created laboratory conditions mimicking the Earth's upper mantle, which underlies the crust at depths of about
20 to 60 kilometers (12 to 37 miles).
The researchers squeezed materials common at the Earth's surface—iron oxide, calcite and water—to pressures ranging from 50,000 to 110,000 times
the pressure at sea level. They then heated the samples to temperatures up to 1,500°C (2,700°F).
They were able to get methane to form by reducing the carbon in calcite over a wide range of temperatures and pressures, supporting the possibility
that the deep Earth may produce abiogenic hydrocarbons.
"This paper is important," says physicist Freeman Dyson at Princeton University in New Jersey. "Not because it settles the question whether the
origin of natural gas and petroleum is organic or inorganic, but because it gives us tools to attack the question experimentally. If the answer turns
out to be inorganic, this has huge implications for the ecology and economy of our planet as well as for the chemistry of other planets."
In 1970 the Russians started drilling Kola SG-3, an exploration well which finally reached a staggering world record depth of 40,230 feet. Since then,
Russian oil majors including Yukos have quietly drilled more than 310 successful super-deep oil wells, and put them into production. Last Year Russia
overtook Saudi Arabia as the world's biggest single oil producer, and is now set to completely dominate global oil production and sales for the next
If the opening paragraph of this report started by claiming that completely unlimited crude oil reserves exist inside planet earth, readers might be
tempted to regard the entire text as preposterous ghostwriting for a novelist like Frederick Forsyth. If the report then went on to claim that the
Russians have exploited this stunning reality for nearly thirty years, right under the largely unwitting noses of western intelligence, readers could
be excused for mistaking the author for a lunatic, or perhaps as a front for spy novelist John le Carré. The problem here is that unlimited oil
reserves do exist inside planet earth, and the Russians long ago developed the advanced technology necessary to recover these unlimited oil reserves
in an efficient and timely manner.
Profoundly disturbing hard intelligence like this does not sit well with the frantic cries of western academic shills and lobbyists, determined to
convince you all that the end of the oil world is nigh, or, more accurately, that America faces an imminent catastrophe when global production
capacity "Peaks", i.e. when world demand for crude oil finally exceeds the rate at which we can physically pump the required product out of the
ground. The gist of these false claims are outlined in a speech given at the at the University of Clausthal, by lobbyist Doctor Colin Campbell during
"In summary, these are the main points that we have to grasp: Conventional [Free flowing] oil provides most of the oil produced today, and is
responsible for about 95% of all oil that has been produced so far. It will continue to dominate supply for a long time to come. It is what matters
most. Its discovery peaked in the 1960s. We now find one barrel for every four we consume. Middle East share of production is set to rise. The rest of
the world peaked in 1997, and is therefore in terminal decline. World peak comes within about five years" [circa 12/2005]
Campbell is just the tip of a giant iceberg of academic Peak Oil 'experts' who suddenly appeared en-masse to give you this frightening news, right
after President Saddam Hussein suddenly started trading his oil in Euros rather than in US Dollars, a devastating switch with the easy capacity to
destroy the US Dollar in less than five years if it was left unchallenged and unchecked.
So these shills [decoys] were carefully positioned to deflect your attention away from the obvious greed and incompetence of the United States
Government and its Wall Street masters, and focus it elsewhere instead. Then, hopefully, a few years later down the track when prices start to bounce
through the roof, and America has no Euros to buy crude oil, you will blame gasoline prices of $5.00+ per gallon at the pumps on an 'inevitable
decline' in world oil production, rather than march furiously on Washington DC with locked and loaded firearms.