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Oil is NOT a Fossil Fuel it is Abiotic

Learn the facts about Oil and How it is NOT a Fossil Fuel it is Abiotic - This amazing article separates the truth from fantasy

As the peak oil crisis looms with severe economic implications that the oil reserves of the world is about to be depleted, there is now a revival of an older theory that petrol as we know it exists elsewhere and remains untapped.

We are looking at two schools of thought here. One holds that oil is a non-renewal fuel produced millions of years ago when organic planktons of the oceans fossilized and were buried to rot and decompose into hydrocarbons and thus, you now have fossil fuels. This is the biogenic theory in the origin of oil and is the current theory adopted as the basis for oil exploration.

The other theory holds that oil is a renewable fuel produced inorganically from carbon deposits within the magmatic layers under the earth’s crusty surface. Hence, it’s called the abiotic theory which espouses the inorganic origins of oil that is not fossil-based, and that a nearly inexhaustible supply exists, more than originally thought.

This theory has been embraced by most Russian and Ukrainian geologists and scientists in the former USSR in the 50s to the 70s and formed the guiding perspective for exploring and putting into production about 80 oil and natural gas fields in the Caspian region and about 90 petroleum fields in the Siberian region majority of which had been deep-excavated into the earth’s crystalline basement rock formations.

The revival of the old abandoned abiotic theory has been prompted by the postulated peak oil crisis that has dire implications to the world’s economy as the oil reserves of the world is increasingly getting depleted with so few oil fields being discovered. Hence, we now see a flurry of technological developments for hybrid cars and sources of renewable energy sources like wind power, hydroelectric generation and nuclear power to achieve progressively less dependency on a dwindling cache of fossil fuels.

Many pundits reviving the abiotic theory look to the observed depletion of oil sources as largely the result of a mistaken theory that oil has organic roots and is non-renewable. Prospecting and exploring of oil sources has been guided exclusively by the biotic fossil fuel theory. They claim that if we followed the abandoned and discredited Russian model for oil exploration and shift to the abiotic theory, new locations and source of fuel can be tapped so that the peak oil would not be a problem.

The abiotic theory has been revived and the challenge for explorers and big oil companies is now to prove it. Unfortunately, prospecting and excavating are entirely expensive and timely process that just might prove more productive in looking for cleaner alternative energy sources.

Discovering a nearly inexhaustible oil reserve is sure to bring down oil prices to the delight of consumers. But that could come with more unbridled consumption at the expense of saving the planet from the greenhouse effect caused by burning this kind of energy source.

There is a website that describes the Abiotic Oil Theory and numerous other topics of interest such as conspiracies, secret technology, ufos, secret weapons research, bible end times predictions and many other such subjects, this website is called: The Great Deception and it may be found at this url:

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Robert W. Benjamin has been in the software business since the early 1980's on the VIC 20, C64, AMIGA, and WINDOWS Computer Systems. He has won magazine awards for the 'Game of the Month', and more, in several European computer magazines.

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