Proven Impossible!... Oil Shortage is a Crock!
Earth has NO Oil Shortage! The fact of the matter is, there is no oil shortage and there never will be. There are two theories as to where oil comes from...
The first theory, called the biotic theory, is that oil comes form dinosaurs. This is the stupidest theory ever made. It ranks right up there with global warming. So a bunch of dinosaurs and plants and stuff from 65 million years ago died, and their carcasses sort of, uh, melted into oil.
Do you know how many dinosaurs and plants that would take? Far more than are created in 65 million years!
I know a corpse can do a lot of things, but turn into oil? The problem is they can’t prove it, because who’s got the patience to stand around and watch plants turn into oil.
Even if it is possible, the whole thing is so outlandish… it is the kind of fairy tale you foist on school children… to make make them brain dead!
Then there is the abiotic theory, and this is the cool one. This theory says that earth just sort… ‘sweats’ the oil out. That there are places where the situations is right, and the earth just exudes the stuff. Like pimple juice out of the face of a fifteen year old boy.
There are some explanations for this, and some of them are good, but it is still a theory being floated.
The thing is… the theory makes so-o-o much more sense than dead dinos.
You see, some 80 miles off the Louisiana coast there is reservoir of crude oil. In 1970 one of the platforms (Eugene) was pumping out 15,000 barrels a day. By the 80’s production had dwindled to 4,000 barrels, and the well was considered just baout tapped out.
In 1990 it started producing 15,000 barrels a day! And the reservoir, which had originally been estimated at 60 million barrels, was suddenly upgraded to 400 million barrels!
Abiotic. We pumped out a pimple of oil, and good, old mother earth just replenished the pimple.
This phenomena has been recorded at other sites.
So, is there an oil shortage? Only as long as there is gluttony for money… and the squeezing of mankind for profit.
July 25, 2013 - posted at BeforeIt'sNews
Data for this article came from WND Commentary, and the Steve Berry novel, The Emperor’s Tomb.