Destroying the “Fossil Fuel” theory of the origin of oil
May 24, 2012 in Science
A proper understanding of the planet we live on would involve comprehension of several key facts.
1: The vast majority of the material that constitutes the planet Earth lies within it, as opposed to the exterior (crust) on which we live. That fact is the very essence of Earth’s gravity itself.
2: The closer to the center we go, the higher the temperature. The high temperatures closer to the center turn solids into liquids. Stone, for example, which is solid in our normal experience of it, leaves Earth’s interior as a highly viscous liquid known as magma.
3: This liquid interior of the Earth is subject to centrifugal force, due to the spinning of the earth on its axis.
4: This liquid finds its way into the nooks and crannies of the underside of the crust. This turns the idea of “fossil fuel” deposits on its head. Rather than coming from formerly living material, that liquid is a direct byproduct of the chemical reactions which occur in the intense heat and pressure which are constant >
5: All elements found on the planet Earth can also be found in it. The combination of all these elements of various colors (which includes a large amount of carbon on which all forms of life is based) will combine to become black. Therefore, the very blood of the planet is seen as black. Because of the many uses for this substance and its corresponding financial value, it has been given the name black gold.