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Apr 3, 2024 11:28:43   #
ziggy88 Loc: quincy illinois 62301
 
What if Oil is Produced at the Earth’s Core?
By Pastor Gary Boyd
April 3, 2024

A few months ago I wrote an article on oil, I would now like to advance the story with this bit of perception and research that came from the book by Jerome Corsi called "Black Gold Stranglehold."

Nikolia Kudryavisev

Back in the Stalin days of 1951 a Russian Professor one Nikolai Kudryavisev perceived a belief that was later to become know as the Russian-Ukrainian theory of deep petroleum origins. The professor basically shoots down the theory that oil was formed from the ancient residue of plant and animal life. The theory put forth by the professor and dozens of Russian scientists that followed his work states that the origin of oil came from deep within at the earth's core. Russian scientists at the time believed, as well as most of the academic community of that era, oil should be perceived as a primordial material that the earth forms at its core and squeezes out by the earth's rotation on a continuous basis.

In Wikipedia it states, “Nikolai Kudryavtsev was also a prominent and forceful advocate of the abiogenic theory. He argued that no petroleum resembling the chemical composition of natural crudes has ever been made from plant material in the laboratory under conditions resembling those in nature.

He gave many examples of substantial and sometimes commercial quantities of petroleum being found in crystalline or metamorphic basements, or in sediments directly overlying those. He cited cases in Kansas, California, western Venezuela, and Morocco. He also pointed out that oil pools in sedimentary strata are often related to fractures in the basement directly below. This is evidenced by the Ghawar supergiant oil field (Saudi Arabia); the Panhandle Field in Kansas (United States), which also produces helium; the Tengiz Field (Kazakhstan); the White Tiger Field (Vietnam); and innumerable others. The Lost Soldier Field in Wyoming has oil pools, he stated, at every horizon of the geological section, from the Cambrian sandstone overlying the basement to the upper Cretaceous deposits. A flow of oil was also obtained from the basement itself. Hydrocarbon gases, he noted, are not rare in igneous and metamorphic rocks of the Canadian Shield. Petroleum in Precambrian gneiss is encountered in wells on the eastern shore of Lake Baikal.

Kudryavtsev concluded that commercial accumulations are simply found where permeable zones are overlaid by impermeable ones.

Kudryavtsev introduced a number of other relevant observations into the argument about the theory of abiogenic petroleum origin.

Columns of flames have been seen during the eruptions of some volcanoes, sometimes reaching 500 meters in height, such as during the eruption of Mount Marapi in Sumatra in 1932. (There have been several other instances subsequently.)
The eruptions of mud-volcanoes have liberated such large quantities of methane that even the most prolific gasfield underneath should have been exhausted long ago.
The quantities of mud deposited in some cases would have required eruptions of much more gas than is known in any gasfield anywhere.
The water in mud volcanoes in some instances carries such substances as iodine, bromine and boron that could not have been derived from local sediments, and that exceed the concentrations in seawater one hundredfold.
Mud volcanoes are often associated with lava volcanoes, and the typical relationship is that where they are close, the mud volcanoes emit incombustible gases, while the ones further away emit methane.
He knew of the occurrence of oil in basement rocks of the Kola Peninsula, and of the surface seeps of oil in the Siljan Ring formation of central Sweden. He noted as mentioned above that the enormous quantities of hydrocarbons in the Athabasca tar sands in Canada would have required vast amounts of source rocks for their generation in the conventional discussion, when in fact no source rocks have been found.”

Oil Produced By the Earth's Core

They believed oil was a natural resource of the earth that was produced by the earth's core and because of the earth's rotation & centrifugal force was slowly oozed upward through cracks in the earth's substructure to form in large pools sometimes close to the earth's surface. Thus their belief that oil could be found if only we obtained the knowledge of where these pools of oil existed close enough to the earth's surface to be able to drill and find it.

Stalin

This belief was not advanced for the world's consumption because Stalin had no particular reason at the time to pass this belief on to his enemies at the time that the U.S. and Britain were. In addition all of the information was written in Russian by Russian scientists and published only in the Soviet Union at the time. Few American or British scholars at that time read Russian thus negating their gate to this theory.

The Theory of 1859

Some of the best Western scholars had the theory from 1859 dead set in their minds that oil was a f****l f**l thus eventually we would run out. They believed the Russian theory was a ill-informed idea simply because it was beyond anything Western scholars could perceive as the t***h at the time and beyond conventional wisdom.

A-biotic Oil Origins

The past fifty years Russian scientists have published thousands of academic articles that advance and substantiate the theory of deep, a-biotic petroleum origins. Many thousands of other articles have also been generated by chemists, geologists, physicists, all expounding and validating the theory that oil is produced at the earth's core on a continuous daily basis.

Today the origin of oil theory is widely accepted by Russian scientists even though the rest of the world believes the old fossil theory that originated from theorist in 1859. Few of the Russian scientists theories have never been t***slated in to English so that the rest of the world can know what the acceptable theory among the academics in Russia is.

Running Out of Oil?

Generations of Americans and Westerners over the years have had the mistaken belief that we are indeed running out of oil. Thus the belief that our capitalistic oil companies are intent on making hideous profits at our expense making our lives miserable and driving the price of everything we buy to unrealistic levels. Any idea that competes with the fossil theory is mocked, ridiculed, and marginalized to the extent that is not examined for the t***h that might be found. This is the only way that radical environmentalists can continue their adolescent attacks on the world's oil companies. This keeps the oil companies from drilling for new oil and keeps a stranglehold on production so that radicals can call the oil companies American capitalists at its corrupt worst.

Radical Environmentalists

The very thought that oil might be produced daily at the earth's core and that oil could be a renewable resource is indeed very threatening to radical environmentalists who have their own agenda that is not the world's. The idea that we are running out of oil that oil has finally had its hay day and now we need to find alternative sources is the mindset today. This serves companies that are in competition with big oil to come up with alternative ideas for energy like the burning of corn fuel. Turning corn into fuel has already driven the price of red meat to astronomical levels because there is just so much corn produced every year and corn fuel takes away from the feed of cattle making it more expensive to use as feed.

OPEC

Using oil as a political weapon by OPEC, which is a monopoly of Arab oil, puts the whole world at risk of economic collapse because costs of t***sportation by companies are passed on to the customers and not absorbed by business. Prices inflate at the store thus putting economic pressure on the middle class because their paychecks are not protected against inflation.

Conclusion

This economic suicide has been going on for decades and I fear one day war in the Middle East could have a horrendous effect on the world economy. Cutting off Arab oil by Iran would escalate the price of oil per barrel to astronomical heights, collapsing the world's economy, and shutting down t***sportation worldwide. Despots would rise in nations around the world blaming the West for their troubles, as they always do, and chaos, unrest, and fear would be the theme of the day. Perhaps our intellect should be expanded to include what true perceptions really are and not let radical environmentalist rule what is true and what is not. They have an agenda and it is not for the good of the world.
I fleshed out this article by adding what it says on the inside flap of the book “Black Gold Stranglehold” by Jerome Corsi. Please check this out:
It is estimated that Americans consume more than 25 percent of the world's oil but have control over less than 3 percent of its proven supply. This extremely unbalanced pattern of consumption makes it possible for foreign governments, corrupt political leaders, terrorist organizations, and oil conglomerates to place the citizens of the United States in a stranglehold of supply and demand. There is no greater proof of this than the direct relationship between skyrocketing gas prices and the exploding wealth of those who control the supply of oil.

In Black Gold Stranglehold, Jerome R. Corsi and Craig R. Smith expose the fraudulent science that has been sold to the American people in order to ens***e them: the belief that oil is a f****l f**l and a finite resource. On the contrary, this book presents authoritative research, currently known mostly in the scientific community that oil is not a product of decaying dinosaurs and prehistoric forests. Rather, it is a natural product of the earth. The scientific evidence cited by Corsi and Smith suggests that oil is constantly being produced by the earth, far below the planet's surface, and that it is brought to attainable depths by the centrifugal forces of the earth's rotation.

In great detail Corsi and Smith explore the international and domestic politics of oil production and consumption. This includes the wealth and power of major oil conglomerates, the manipulation of world economies by oil-producing states and rogue terrorist regimes, and the political agenda of radical environmentalists and conservationists who obstruct the use of oil reserves currently controlled by the U.S. government. The authors offer an understanding of the dangerous situation America faces because its currency is no longer tied to any precious and truly scarce metals such as gold, as it was until 1973. This situation could easily lead to the devastation of the U.S. economy if Middle Eastern countries are able to enact current plans to accept only the Euro or gold-backed currencies such as the Gold Dinar instead of the U.S. dollar as the standard currency for oil.

Black Gold Stranglehold will dramatically change the debate about oil. The significance of its message is sure to cause thoughtful people to reconsider the current dependence of the U.S. economy on imported oil.

From the Back Cover
DID YOU KNOW?

• We are not running out of oil now, and we may never run out of it.

• Today we have more proven oil reserves than ever before in human history, despite decades of increased consumption.

• The United States has enough oil offshore and in Alaska to be oil independent for decade to come.

• The money Americans spend on gas ultimately funds radical terrorist regimes and their supporters in the war against America.

• I*****l i*******ts are allowed to flood our southern border in order to keep the oil flowing from Mexico.

• Carbon dioxide, the bogeyman of the radical environmental movement, is the "food" of plants and trees.

• If we grow more trees, they will "consume" the carbon dioxide released by automobiles.

• Scientific evidence suggests that in the coming decades the earth is as likely to cool as it is to warm.

• "G****l w*****g" is a scientific h**x at the center of the radical political agenda of environmental extremists.



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Apr 3, 2024 13:55:53   #
RandyBrian Loc: Texas
 
ziggy88 wrote:
What if Oil is Produced at the Earth’s Core?
By Pastor Gary Boyd
April 3, 2024

A few months ago I wrote an article on oil, I would now like to advance the story with this bit of perception and research that came from the book by Jerome Corsi called "Black Gold Stranglehold."

Nikolia Kudryavisev

Back in the Stalin days of 1951 a Russian Professor one Nikolai Kudryavisev perceived a belief that was later to become know as the Russian-Ukrainian theory of deep petroleum origins. The professor basically shoots down the theory that oil was formed from the ancient residue of plant and animal life. The theory put forth by the professor and dozens of Russian scientists that followed his work states that the origin of oil came from deep within at the earth's core. Russian scientists at the time believed, as well as most of the academic community of that era, oil should be perceived as a primordial material that the earth forms at its core and squeezes out by the earth's rotation on a continuous basis.

In Wikipedia it states, “Nikolai Kudryavtsev was also a prominent and forceful advocate of the abiogenic theory. He argued that no petroleum resembling the chemical composition of natural crudes has ever been made from plant material in the laboratory under conditions resembling those in nature.

He gave many examples of substantial and sometimes commercial quantities of petroleum being found in crystalline or metamorphic basements, or in sediments directly overlying those. He cited cases in Kansas, California, western Venezuela, and Morocco. He also pointed out that oil pools in sedimentary strata are often related to fractures in the basement directly below. This is evidenced by the Ghawar supergiant oil field (Saudi Arabia); the Panhandle Field in Kansas (United States), which also produces helium; the Tengiz Field (Kazakhstan); the White Tiger Field (Vietnam); and innumerable others. The Lost Soldier Field in Wyoming has oil pools, he stated, at every horizon of the geological section, from the Cambrian sandstone overlying the basement to the upper Cretaceous deposits. A flow of oil was also obtained from the basement itself. Hydrocarbon gases, he noted, are not rare in igneous and metamorphic rocks of the Canadian Shield. Petroleum in Precambrian gneiss is encountered in wells on the eastern shore of Lake Baikal.

Kudryavtsev concluded that commercial accumulations are simply found where permeable zones are overlaid by impermeable ones.

Kudryavtsev introduced a number of other relevant observations into the argument about the theory of abiogenic petroleum origin.

Columns of flames have been seen during the eruptions of some volcanoes, sometimes reaching 500 meters in height, such as during the eruption of Mount Marapi in Sumatra in 1932. (There have been several other instances subsequently.)
The eruptions of mud-volcanoes have liberated such large quantities of methane that even the most prolific gasfield underneath should have been exhausted long ago.
The quantities of mud deposited in some cases would have required eruptions of much more gas than is known in any gasfield anywhere.
The water in mud volcanoes in some instances carries such substances as iodine, bromine and boron that could not have been derived from local sediments, and that exceed the concentrations in seawater one hundredfold.
Mud volcanoes are often associated with lava volcanoes, and the typical relationship is that where they are close, the mud volcanoes emit incombustible gases, while the ones further away emit methane.
He knew of the occurrence of oil in basement rocks of the Kola Peninsula, and of the surface seeps of oil in the Siljan Ring formation of central Sweden. He noted as mentioned above that the enormous quantities of hydrocarbons in the Athabasca tar sands in Canada would have required vast amounts of source rocks for their generation in the conventional discussion, when in fact no source rocks have been found.”

Oil Produced By the Earth's Core

They believed oil was a natural resource of the earth that was produced by the earth's core and because of the earth's rotation & centrifugal force was slowly oozed upward through cracks in the earth's substructure to form in large pools sometimes close to the earth's surface. Thus their belief that oil could be found if only we obtained the knowledge of where these pools of oil existed close enough to the earth's surface to be able to drill and find it.

Stalin

This belief was not advanced for the world's consumption because Stalin had no particular reason at the time to pass this belief on to his enemies at the time that the U.S. and Britain were. In addition all of the information was written in Russian by Russian scientists and published only in the Soviet Union at the time. Few American or British scholars at that time read Russian thus negating their gate to this theory.

The Theory of 1859

Some of the best Western scholars had the theory from 1859 dead set in their minds that oil was a f****l f**l thus eventually we would run out. They believed the Russian theory was a ill-informed idea simply because it was beyond anything Western scholars could perceive as the t***h at the time and beyond conventional wisdom.

A-biotic Oil Origins

The past fifty years Russian scientists have published thousands of academic articles that advance and substantiate the theory of deep, a-biotic petroleum origins. Many thousands of other articles have also been generated by chemists, geologists, physicists, all expounding and validating the theory that oil is produced at the earth's core on a continuous daily basis.

Today the origin of oil theory is widely accepted by Russian scientists even though the rest of the world believes the old fossil theory that originated from theorist in 1859. Few of the Russian scientists theories have never been t***slated in to English so that the rest of the world can know what the acceptable theory among the academics in Russia is.

Running Out of Oil?

Generations of Americans and Westerners over the years have had the mistaken belief that we are indeed running out of oil. Thus the belief that our capitalistic oil companies are intent on making hideous profits at our expense making our lives miserable and driving the price of everything we buy to unrealistic levels. Any idea that competes with the fossil theory is mocked, ridiculed, and marginalized to the extent that is not examined for the t***h that might be found. This is the only way that radical environmentalists can continue their adolescent attacks on the world's oil companies. This keeps the oil companies from drilling for new oil and keeps a stranglehold on production so that radicals can call the oil companies American capitalists at its corrupt worst.

Radical Environmentalists

The very thought that oil might be produced daily at the earth's core and that oil could be a renewable resource is indeed very threatening to radical environmentalists who have their own agenda that is not the world's. The idea that we are running out of oil that oil has finally had its hay day and now we need to find alternative sources is the mindset today. This serves companies that are in competition with big oil to come up with alternative ideas for energy like the burning of corn fuel. Turning corn into fuel has already driven the price of red meat to astronomical levels because there is just so much corn produced every year and corn fuel takes away from the feed of cattle making it more expensive to use as feed.

OPEC

Using oil as a political weapon by OPEC, which is a monopoly of Arab oil, puts the whole world at risk of economic collapse because costs of t***sportation by companies are passed on to the customers and not absorbed by business. Prices inflate at the store thus putting economic pressure on the middle class because their paychecks are not protected against inflation.

Conclusion

This economic suicide has been going on for decades and I fear one day war in the Middle East could have a horrendous effect on the world economy. Cutting off Arab oil by Iran would escalate the price of oil per barrel to astronomical heights, collapsing the world's economy, and shutting down t***sportation worldwide. Despots would rise in nations around the world blaming the West for their troubles, as they always do, and chaos, unrest, and fear would be the theme of the day. Perhaps our intellect should be expanded to include what true perceptions really are and not let radical environmentalist rule what is true and what is not. They have an agenda and it is not for the good of the world.
I fleshed out this article by adding what it says on the inside flap of the book “Black Gold Stranglehold” by Jerome Corsi. Please check this out:
It is estimated that Americans consume more than 25 percent of the world's oil but have control over less than 3 percent of its proven supply. This extremely unbalanced pattern of consumption makes it possible for foreign governments, corrupt political leaders, terrorist organizations, and oil conglomerates to place the citizens of the United States in a stranglehold of supply and demand. There is no greater proof of this than the direct relationship between skyrocketing gas prices and the exploding wealth of those who control the supply of oil.

In Black Gold Stranglehold, Jerome R. Corsi and Craig R. Smith expose the fraudulent science that has been sold to the American people in order to ens***e them: the belief that oil is a f****l f**l and a finite resource. On the contrary, this book presents authoritative research, currently known mostly in the scientific community that oil is not a product of decaying dinosaurs and prehistoric forests. Rather, it is a natural product of the earth. The scientific evidence cited by Corsi and Smith suggests that oil is constantly being produced by the earth, far below the planet's surface, and that it is brought to attainable depths by the centrifugal forces of the earth's rotation.

In great detail Corsi and Smith explore the international and domestic politics of oil production and consumption. This includes the wealth and power of major oil conglomerates, the manipulation of world economies by oil-producing states and rogue terrorist regimes, and the political agenda of radical environmentalists and conservationists who obstruct the use of oil reserves currently controlled by the U.S. government. The authors offer an understanding of the dangerous situation America faces because its currency is no longer tied to any precious and truly scarce metals such as gold, as it was until 1973. This situation could easily lead to the devastation of the U.S. economy if Middle Eastern countries are able to enact current plans to accept only the Euro or gold-backed currencies such as the Gold Dinar instead of the U.S. dollar as the standard currency for oil.

Black Gold Stranglehold will dramatically change the debate about oil. The significance of its message is sure to cause thoughtful people to reconsider the current dependence of the U.S. economy on imported oil.

From the Back Cover
DID YOU KNOW?

• We are not running out of oil now, and we may never run out of it.

• Today we have more proven oil reserves than ever before in human history, despite decades of increased consumption.

• The United States has enough oil offshore and in Alaska to be oil independent for decade to come.

• The money Americans spend on gas ultimately funds radical terrorist regimes and their supporters in the war against America.

• I*****l i*******ts are allowed to flood our southern border in order to keep the oil flowing from Mexico.

• Carbon dioxide, the bogeyman of the radical environmental movement, is the "food" of plants and trees.

• If we grow more trees, they will "consume" the carbon dioxide released by automobiles.

• Scientific evidence suggests that in the coming decades the earth is as likely to cool as it is to warm.

• "G****l w*****g" is a scientific h**x at the center of the radical political agenda of environmental extremists.
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Excellent post Ziggy. Yes, I do know most of that, but there were several things I did not know. I am going to buy the book, and spread the word that more people should read the book, or at least check out your post.

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