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posted on Mar, 2 2009 @ 04:21 PM
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9,000 ft deep abotic oil




I guess many people don't see the significance of a 9,000 ft deep oil drill. So ill explain it. the deepest and oldest fossils are only found 1,000 ft deep. So how did organic chemistry occur below the tatonic plate of a continent??

here in Texas there is so much methane that they have to pump it back in the ground. in fact we have only used less than 5% of the worlds methane gas. methane frezes into ice in the depths of the oceans that has collected and gathered over the ages. that's is 95% of the condensed pure clean burning methane energy.

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posted on Mar, 2 2009 @ 04:21 PM
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Carbon is the most malleable element. The building block of life and it will bond with almost anything. Oil being a hydrofoil carbon compound that contains a large chain of the elements in each molecule that are none existent and poisonous in organic based life forms. such as lead, sulfur, helium etc. It it the carbon bonds in almost every diamond, gem, oil that made life as we know it. Also what i believe was the primordial ooze that brewed life itself.
The earth is a high pressure and heat chemistry lab that cooks elements for 1,000 of years. when solid liquefies into magma, gasses vaporise into methane "natural gas". Three states of matter transform natural gas into oil under high pressure. Absent of oxygen and unable to burn it bubbles up to the surface. Its just like modern oil companies compressing methane gas into gasoline to compensate for the so called shortage. I can understand how mineral oil was mistaken for organic 70 years ago, but now they hold there lie for profit. By the way, the 9,000 ft deep oil drill is in my back yard.



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posted on Mar, 2 2009 @ 04:31 PM
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I have always said that the "OIL" is there for a reason. The Earth itself has moving parts, meaning: tectonic plates. What is it that oil does besides burn? Lubricate. Perhaps the oil is there to reduce the friction of from the movements of the tectonic plates. We keep sucking it up and when the plates move, the rub together with out lubrication, thus increasing the stress on the plates and making earthquakes more and more intense. Just a theory. If it is there for such a reason, how indeed did it get there?
I can see it now. another crusade for the intelligent design movement.

Oil has been so outdated, it's a shame we still use it at all.
By the way, what fills back in the space where the oil came from? Water, or does the earth collapse in on itself?



posted on Mar, 2 2009 @ 04:38 PM
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In theory then, we could make our own petrol

How else do we get synthetic oil for cars other than make it?
So why do they even need to drill for it?
Why cant they just make it?
They take the hydrocarbons from oil, to make petrol?
Clearly they don't need to do this.
Unleaded gasoline uses Benzine.
They make Benzine synthetically.
So I would have to agree, that the oil barrel price etc, is a giant scam.



posted on Mar, 2 2009 @ 05:14 PM
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Originally posted by reticledc
I have always said that the "OIL" is there for a reason. The Earth itself has moving parts, meaning: tectonic plates. What is it that oil does besides burn? Lubricate. Perhaps the oil is there to reduce the friction of from the movements of the tectonic plates. We keep sucking it up and when the plates move, the rub together with out lubrication, thus increasing the stress on the plates and making earthquakes more and more intense. Just a theory. If it is there for such a reason, how indeed did it get there?
I can see it now. another crusade for the intelligent design movement.

Oil has been so outdated, it's a shame we still use it at all.
By the way, what fills back in the space where the oil came from? Water, or does the earth collapse in on itself?






Are you serious....please tell me this is joke...
your not joking are you, .........oh god.



posted on Mar, 2 2009 @ 05:33 PM
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Originally posted by CaptainCaveMan
In theory then, we could make our own petrol

How else do we get synthetic oil for cars other than make it?
So why do they even need to drill for it?
Why cant they just make it?
They take the hydrocarbons from oil, to make petrol?
Clearly they don't need to do this.
Unleaded gasoline uses Benzine.
They make Benzine synthetically.
So I would have to agree, that the oil barrel price etc, is a giant scam.


Yes we can make petrol synthetically, there are some guys making it in the desert in the us right now.

www.youtube.com...



posted on Mar, 2 2009 @ 07:24 PM
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hello reticledc and capton cave man
the tatonic plates of the the earth are afloat on a sea of liquid magma, and gas. the oil easley floats above all all earth and water around it. So i don't think that there is a danger or increased earth quakes and volcanoes. you might be releasing pressure and gas that can cause a volcano.
CAVe man brought up something i forgot to mention. here in Texas there is so much methane that they have to pump it back in the ground. in fact we have only used less than 5% of the worlds methane gas. methane frezes into ice in the depths of the oceans that has collected and gathered over the ages. that's is 95% of the condensed pure clean burning methane energy.



posted on Mar, 2 2009 @ 07:42 PM
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Originally posted by voodoom
here in Texas there is so much methane that they have to pump it back in the ground.


I live in Texas, around NG production, and that doesn't make any sense. Maybe you are referring to storing gas for future use in salt domes.



posted on Mar, 2 2009 @ 07:45 PM
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thats an awsome demo of solar power! Im sure in a few decades they can get this unit reduced in size and cost for home use.



posted on Mar, 3 2009 @ 07:46 PM
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Yes. I was merely being silly.

The second part was serious.

I was trying my hand at describing the line of BS the oil companies of the world would have us believe as to why we still need oil and to keep us dependent on it. Only my sarcasm was reversed. As if that was something they would say when there is no more oil left.



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posted on Jan, 1 2010 @ 10:01 AM
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it seems kind of weird that the deepest and oldest fossils are only found 1000' deep, when I myself have looked at shell fragments in a lithology sample from over 5000' feet.



posted on Jan, 21 2010 @ 01:36 PM
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Originally posted by reticledc

Oil has been so outdated, it's a shame we still use it at all.
By the way, what fills back in the space where the oil came from? Water, or does the earth collapse in on itself?






alot of people think this way, they think that when an oil/natural gas well is drilled, that we just drill into a underwater lake of oil, pump it all out, thus leaving a big underground cavern. Thats not at all how it works. When drilling a well, we are looking for oil/gas sands, and hydrocarbon shows in the sands. When a well is produced, on high pressure wells, the oil/gas comes out, not the sand. Now the information I am giving is only pertinent to the Gulf Coast area, because thats the only area I work in and the only area I have ever worked in. I know in Colorado(or have heard I should say) that they never hit sands, and they produce out of shales.



posted on Jan, 21 2010 @ 02:12 PM
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there are marine fossils 25,500 feet up mount everest that were laid down during the carboniferous period. incidentally, this is the same time period many coal beds were laid down.

if the rocks laid down below sea level 300mya can go up 25,500' why shouldn't they go down to a similar extent?



posted on Jan, 23 2010 @ 01:00 PM
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Originally posted by pieman
if the rocks laid down below sea level 300mya can go up 25,500' why shouldn't they go down to a similar extent?



Hi pieman,

It's called mountain formation and since mountains form from existing matter it's no surprise to find fossils at those altitudes. As for fossils at various depths that normally happens by the same accumulation but more often it leads to the destruction of fossils in subduction zones; odds are that if the fossils are in such a zone it will be destroyed in a geological short span of time.

Not sure at what depth the oldest fossils have been found , on land ( www.sciencedaily.com... , but seabeds shouldn't really count) but i am sure someone here knows or are willing to find out.

Stellar

[edit on 23-1-2010 by StellarX]



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