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Tuesday, September 25, 2012

Some Interesting Data About the Alleged "Peak Oil" Theory

Kevins Rant on Peak Oil

There is just one problem with the "fossil fuel" theory of oil and coal: There is no hard science to back it up. The same is true for "peak oil". The "peak oil" theory is based on a lot of what I would call "guesstimates".

If petroleum and coal are the remains of dead animals and plants, there are certain things you should find in them that just aren’t there.

Paleontologist Robert Bakker has pretty much proven that dinosaurs were not cold blooded like reptiles and amphibians, but warm blooded and more closely related to birds. Birds like other vertebras have two very important things in their blood: Cyanocobalamin (vitamin B-12) and heme iron (the type of iron that forms hemoglobin which carries oxygen through the body). These substances are not found in oil or coal.

As for the idea that dead plants are the stuff petroleum and coal are made of, consider this: Plants contain chlorophyll. You do not find residue of chlorophyll in petroleum or coal.

The abiotic oil theory is true. Recently a new book on it has been released by Jerome Corsi.

So why are the "pushers" of "Peak Oil" and the "fossil fuel" theory so ardent in their belief? Some of them are true environmental nut jobs who want to send us all to "green hell". (Check out the Green Hell blog).

If you want to drive up the price of any product, if you can convince people that it is going to run out, you can really drive up price.

Consider also that the United States is the Saudi Arabia not only of natural gas, but of energy itself. You can heat high grade coal and it will give off gases. On or about fifty percent of this gas is in the form of hydrogen. On or about thirty percent of this gas is methane. There is no shortage of energy. The problem is that one energy interest gets the government to keep other energy interest from accessing their product. It’s called political whoredom.

That’s enough of my rant. However, do not take my statements on faith. Do you're own research.

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