oil is not a fossil fuel

Jerome Corsi on oil not being a fossil fuel

Jerome Corsi is an author with a special focus on energy and all things related to climate change. He has written 25 books on economics, history, and politics. Six are New York Times bestsellers. He was a senior editor at World Net Daily.

He argues that oil is not a fossil fuel.

And I think he’s right.Become a member of our private community

What is oil, then?

There’s not a shred of evidence from chemistry, geology, or any other science to support [the claim that oil is a fossil fuel]. It has no place in textbooks and school classrooms.Professor Thomas Gold, Cornell University

Oil is abiotic, which means that it is not made from decaying biological organisms.

It is not a result of ancient plant and animal remains, but rather a product of chemical reactions deep within the Earth’s mantle. In other words, oil has nothing to do with dinosaur fossils.

The Russians know this.

Developed in the Soviet Union, the abiotic theory helped the country find more oil and gas reserves. It’s grounded in practical experiments, helping the discovery of big gas and oil fields like South Khylchuyu and Sakhalin II.

Basically, carbon – beneath Earth’s crust – combines with hydrogen to create methane and other hydrocarbons, with certain rocks speeding up the reactions. Experiments under high heat and pressure show that various compounds can transform into hydrocarbons. This finding has been supported by research in both Russia and the US.

And it doesn’t appear to run out.

The scarcity of oil will soon force every nation to fight for its share.Henry Kissinger, former US Secretary of State

Put another way, oil is a self-replenishing resource and is one of the most abundant liquids on Earth.

Biotic versus abiotic

Neverending oil

Oil fields that have been mined for decades, continue to produce oil and don’t run dry.

  • Prudhoe Bay, Alaska, is one of the largest oil fields in North America and has been a huge source of oil production since the late 1970s. In the late 1980s, it was thought that the field had reached its peak production and would soon decline. As it turns out, it didn’t run dry.
  • Cantarell Field, Mexico, was once one of the largest oil fields in the world. Production from Cantarell began declining in the mid-2000s, leading many to believe that the field was on the verge of depletion. As it turns out, it didn’t run dry.
  • East Texas Field was one of the largest oil fields in the United States during the 1930s. Production declined massively by the 1960s, and it was widely believed that the field was depleted. As it turns out, it didn’t run dry.
Abiotic versus biotic

Referring to oil as a fossil fuel in limited supply is an effective mechanism for mass control and compliance, as well as price inflation and government regulation.

Oil is neither scarce nor a fossil fuel.

Here’s my conversation with Jerome.

The Stone Age didn’t end for lack of stone, and the oil age will end long before the world runs out of oil.Sheikh Zaki Yamani, former Saudi Arabian Minister of Oil


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