"Abiotic" oil? Seeking intelligent dialogue...

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posted on May, 20 2011 @ 11:54 PM
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Now, on the other side of that coin, if it isn't true, what's the purpose other than relaxing restrictions on use of oil? i mean we're told we're close to the end and need to conserve, but these people say there is no end, endless oil, so burn burn burn.





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posted on May, 21 2011 @ 12:16 AM
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There are many teams of Petroleum Workers, whose job it is to fly around the World, to all the Capped oil wells not in use, and do a vent and BURN of all the Natural Gas that has filled the Wells!!.
Yes they just BURN it off, sometimes it takes weeks of 24 hour burning. Then they move on to the next one and do the same.
Apparently it is Too expensive for the Petroleum companys to collect this cheap, clean burning fuel, so they just......burn it off.

A Company in Silicon Valley has an organism that "eats" carbon and produces neat refined fuel that can run a car.
www.timesonline.co.uk...

The Biologist Craig Venter has discovered organisms that produce hydrocarbons 5 miles deep in the Earths Crust.

Oil, is probably the Earth's lubrication, just like we have cartilage, saliva, gooy things in us....

Anyway, the problem is not burning fuel, it is TOO MANY HUMANS on our Planet!!!!!!.
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posted on May, 21 2011 @ 01:05 AM
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Well with algae oil gaining steam I'd say it is possible there was plant life back
then like algae that could have made the oil.



This also shows we do not need to be in the middle east for the oil, we
just like the big profits from war and funding 700+ bases in 130+ countries
and the military industrial complex will JFK or MLK anyone that looks
to stop their revenue stream.

We were warned about this too, for what it was worth.


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posted on May, 21 2011 @ 01:22 AM
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common, look at titan,

en.wikipedia.org...(moon)

it is a planet sized gas station.

where were the trees?

2+2 eh?



posted on Jun, 13 2011 @ 02:50 AM
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Originally posted by fooks
common, look at titan,

en.wikipedia.org...(moon)

it is a planet sized gas station.

where were the trees?

2+2 eh?



Thanks for pointing this out.


That planet is so rich with abiotic hydrocarbons it's crazy. It friggen rains them from its atmosphere.



posted on Jun, 24 2011 @ 08:37 PM
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Originally posted by LS650
It doesn't really matter whether oil is abiotic or not if we consume it faster than it can be produced.

This is actually the answer. It doesn't matter if the oil is abiotic or not, if you look at the production numbers most of the oil producing nations are past "peak oil". Whatever/wherever the oil is coming from it can't keep up with the demand from the civilization.

Oil discoveries peaked in the 60's and since the 80's we have consumed more than we have discovered. And it's the easy stuff we have extracted, oil gets harder and harder to extract...



posted on Jun, 25 2011 @ 07:46 PM
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Does anyone put any stock in what Thomas Gold says? He wrote a book about abiogenic oil, which I haven't read. Watch Oil, Smoke, and Mirrors. Good luck. Keep hope alive.



posted on Oct, 24 2012 @ 03:04 PM
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Hi, here is small research about this:

i start from here:
www.atimes.com...

If Russian scientists had your know-how, and the western is not present, it meant that Russia has a strategic trump card of great geopolitical importance. Not surprising that Washington was going to build the "iron wall" - a network of military bases and missile shields around Russia - to break its pipeline and sea links with Western Europe, China and the rest of Eurasia.


Author peak
The peak oil theory is based on the paper written in 1956 by the late Marion King Hubbert now (Marion King Hubbert), a geologist from Texas who worked for the company "Shell Oil". He argued that the oil extracted from oil wells on the bell curve beyond the peak to be the inevitable decline. He predicted that the peak of oil production in the U.S. was to be achieved in 1970. He called a curve made up "Hubbert curve", and peak oil "Hubbert's Peak." When in 1970 the level of oil in the United States began to decline, he won a reputation.


Success in Vietnam
At the time, both in 1960 - in an era of large quantities of cheap oil - the American multinational companies have sought to maintain control over large fields of Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Iran and other countries, the Russian check their alternative theory. They began to drill wells in Siberia, which is loss of minerals. Based on data from its "abiotic" theory, they opened there 11 large and one giant oil field. They drilled the crystalline rocks and found as much oil as it is contained in the fields of the North Slope of Alaska.
In 1980 they came to Vietnam and offered to pay the costs of drilling, to show that their new geological theory works. Russian company "Vietsovpetro" drilled in the Vietnamese field "White Tiger" basalt rocks at 5000 meters deep, and began to produce 6000 barrels of oil per day for the need of energy resources of Vietnam's economy.
In the USSR, the abiotic theory of trained geologists have continued to improve their knowledge, and by the mid-1980s the Soviet Union was the world's largest oil producer. In the West, very few people knew or wanted to know why it happened.


proof from magazine#1:
www.sciencedaily.com...

proof #2:
www.wnd.com...

proof #3:
www.wnd.com...
www.spaceref.com...

Theory:
eternian.wordpress.com...
proof #1: www.gizmag.com...
proof #1 (good source): www.scifac.hku.hk...

Hydrocarboon on other planets:
phys.org...
en.wikipedia.org...

In organic chemistry, a hydrocarbon is an organic compound consisting entirely of hydrogen and carbon.[1] Hydrocarbons from which one hydrogen atom has been removed are functional groups, called hydrocarbyls.[2] Aromatic hydrocarbons (arenes), alkanes, alkenes, cycloalkanes and alkyne-based compounds are different types of hydrocarbons.

The majority of hydrocarbons found naturally occur in crude oil, where decomposed organic matter provides an abundance of carbon and hydrogen which, when bonded, can catenate to form seemingly limitless chains.[3][4]


Methan on Titan: www.spaceref.com...



logic?:
- deepest fosils found: news.bbc.co.uk...
- deepest drill en.wikipedia.org...



and search in google "abiotic oil"


"“If the scientists have ruled out that biological processes created methane on Titan, why do petro-geologists still argue that natural gas on Earth is of biological origin?” Corsi asked."
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posted on Dec, 31 2012 @ 04:27 AM
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There are also plenty of stories of oil wells that were run dry and eventually "refilled" in a very short time


Name one. Like the other poster said, there are places, like Texas, where there are thousands and thousands of abandoned oil wells, if they were refilling then they wouldn't all be abandoned would they?



posted on Jan, 1 2013 @ 11:13 PM
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Originally posted by CB328



There are also plenty of stories of oil wells that were run dry and eventually "refilled" in a very short time


Name one. Like the other poster said, there are places, like Texas, where there are thousands and thousands of abandoned oil wells, if they were refilling then they wouldn't all be abandoned would they?


I totally agree with the above. If they can get oil out of it they are going to be doing so. We aren't dealing with oil shale and tar sands because it's easy. Nor are we drilling in waters that are on the fringe of what we are capable because it is easy. We are doing these things because there is a desperation IMHO for oil and what will happen when gas becomes $5 a gallon and stays there.





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