Fossil fuel

Fossil fuel

 
Where do fossil fuels come from?
 
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inzmtns
Where do fossil fuels come from?
           
 
Jblaze2
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The biogenic theory, which states that fossil fuels come from the fossilized remains of animals and plants, was advanced by Georg Agricola in 1556.
           
 
tbone
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Fossil fuels are non-renewable because they take millions of years to form.
           
 
geologist
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From nothing! In truth "fossil fuels" does not exist it's only a myth. Oil, natural gas, coal are made from primordial materials as said by Dr. Thomas Gold (Astronomer and Astrophysicist).
           
 
JackBeadling
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The prevailing concept of our fossil fuels is so ridiculous I have a hard time accepting that we are still mindlessly buying into it. When are our brilliant people of science going to wake up and propose a better supposition. Anyone who still thinks that our oil, gas hydrocarbons come from decayed animal and plants is a moron. Get real, so in another million years or so, the available hydrocarbons will be the animal and plant life living today. Oh really. Well I'm sorry, if you think that will happen, or ever did happen, your simple minded.

A more plausible explanation surfaces inside the theory of Geo-expansionism. Where it is conceived that the degeneration of the earths core produces the atoms found on the earth. The materials that make-up the earths crust and atmosphere are included. Which also includes the hydrocarbons found. This hypothesis basically perceives the core of the earth similar to the core of the sun. What we see on the sun is the early stage of a crustal formation on the sun. And the energy fields generated by the cores decay is powerful enough to blast through the material build-up on the surface.

Not so with the earth. Where the crust is thick enough to absorb most of the energy that is released as the core degenerates.

Clearly, the subject is too involved to present it here. But it is presented under the title of Geo-expansionism.
           
 
JackBeadling
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Replied To:  The biogenic theory, which states that fossil fuels come from the f...
The prevailing concept of our fossil fuels is so ridiculous I have a hard time accepting that we are still mindlessly buying into it. When are our brilliant people of science going to wake up and propose a better supposition. Anyone who still thinks that our oil, gas hydrocarbons come from decayed animal and plants is a moron. Get real, so in another million years or so, the available hydrocarbons will be the animal and plant life living today. Oh really. Well I'm sorry, if you think that will happen, or ever did happen, your simple minded.

A more plausible explanation surfaces inside the theory of Geo-expansionism. Where it is conceived that the degeneration of the earths core produces the atoms found on the earth. The materials that make-up the earths crust and atmosphere are included. Which also includes the hydrocarbons found. This hypothesis basically perceives the core of the earth similar to the core of the sun. What we see on the sun is the early stage of a crustal formation on the sun. And the energy fields generated by the cores decay is powerful enough to blast through the material build-up on the surface.

Not so with the earth. Where the crust is thick enough to absorb most of the energy that is released as the core degenerates.

Clearly, the subject is too involved to present it here. But it is presented under the title of Geo-expansionism.
           
 
JackBeadling
replied to: geologist
Replied To:  From nothing! In truth "fossil fuels" does not exist it's only a my...
The prevailing concept of our fossil fuels is so ridiculous I have a hard time accepting that we are still mindlessly buying into it. When are our brilliant people of science going to wake up and propose a better supposition. Anyone who still thinks that our oil, gas hydrocarbons come from decayed animal and plants is a moron. Get real, so in another million years or so, the available hydrocarbons will be the animal and plant life living today. Oh really. Well I'm sorry, if you think that will happen, or ever did happen, your simple minded.

A more plausible explanation surfaces inside the theory of Geo-expansionism. Where it is conceived that the degeneration of the earths core produces the atoms found on the earth. The materials that make-up the earths crust and atmosphere are included. Which also includes the hydrocarbons found. This hypothesis basically perceives the core of the earth similar to the core of the sun. What we see on the sun is the early stage of a crustal formation on the sun. And the energy fields generated by the cores decay is powerful enough to blast through the material build-up on the surface.

Not so with the earth. Where the crust is thick enough to absorb most of the energy that is released as the core degenerates.

Clearly, the subject is too involved to present it here. But it is presented under the title of Geo-expansionism.