Proof that oil is not a Fossil Fuel!

Written by Judy Ryan

Dear Reader,

Below is a short, but very interesting and provocative video. I am not sure what to make of it, so I welcome your feedback. It provides logical  explanations as to why oil is not a scarce commodity on planet Earth. It challenges the notion that oil is, by definition, a fossil fuel. Therefore it raises the hypothesis that the replenishment cycle of oil, as an energy source, may be much shorter than coal, for example. It also raises the idea that planet Earth is a living organism hurtling through space; and that we are but one of many species of organisms it hosts. In closing, we are not a virus on the  face of planet Earth, as Greenpeace claims, we are just one of the many species of little critters that crawl across its surface.

Relax and enjoy the video

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    Judy Ryan

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    This very interesting video was submitted by Mark, who is a potential subscriber to PSI-Australia. I hope he continues to provide such interesting material

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    Doug Hurst

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    I occasionally listen to public talks at geoscience Australia and understand that they hold the orthodox view that oil and gas is formed under pressure, over time, and there is now a good deal of geological knowledge of how and where this occurs and the most likely places to drill following seismological surveys. I also see no evidence that Earth acts like a living organism, as per Gaia theory. Apart from that, I don’t know enough to comment and suggest we leave the discussion to better qualified people like geologists.

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    Anon H

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    This comment is slightly out of order as it come from an email thread with people, some of whom do not subscribe to PSI Australia. Therefore I name it Anon H.

    Anon H

    When I went to Belarus to look at its oil industry in the 1990s I got this message from Russian scientists.. and much of this came from misinterpreting the depth at which oil and gas are found.

    Basically in a fold belt as the earth cracks under pressure oil and gas can migrate in any direction -they can find their way into sandstones where there are pore spaces between the grains, but they can migrate into igneous or metamorphic rocks if there are cracks in the rock.. A space is a space no matter where it is!!!

    sometimes the fossils remain trapped in the mud where they are laid and so shale fraccing can release either oil or gas dependant on the original fossil material..

    Anyhow that oil and gas can be found even in cracked granite at great depth (granite is an igneous rock that comes from the melting and recrystallisation of shale) or even in volcanic basalts. I have visited the oilfields where the Russians get oil deep from within the Pripyat fold belt on the Polish Belarus border (and also in the Ukraine). In a most amusing way, because Russian geologists believed oil was formed deep in the earth they drilled granites off the Vietnam Coast. They made large oil finds. The amusing thing was that they had success for the wrong reason. They were in a fold belt and had no comprehension of the ability of oil and gas to migrate in any direction!!

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    Judy Ryan

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    There is a saying ‘An invention is the result of an accident meeting a prepared mind’. Maybe that was the case for the Russian geologists.

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