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Why does the Earth produce oil? (petroleum)

 
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Why does the Earth produce oil? (petroleum)
It must serve a purpose for the Earth. What is it?
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Fuck no.. can't be serious.
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it's dinosaurs and ferns...don't you know??...


they were EVERYWHERE on the planet at some point, and they turned into crude.
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It must serve a purpose for the Earth. What is it?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 955371



Produced in the earths mantle. It is abiotic not dead fossils.

Fossil Fuel = another great 200 year myth.
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it's dinosaurs and ferns...don't you know??...


they were EVERYWHERE on the planet at some point, and they turned into crude.
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I don't believe animal remains turn to oil.

"Ashes to ashes, dust to dust."

Cemeteries and burial grounds would be full of the stuff.
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Produced in the earths mantle. It is abiotic not dead fossils.
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What purpose does it serve?
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It's made so we don't have to walk to work. We can burn it in our SUVs and our jets and our boats and shit like that.


I can't beleve you'd ask the question.
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Re: Why does the Earth produce oil? (petroleum)
jeez.

fossil fuels.

There are three major forms of fossil fuels: coal, oil and natural gas. All three were formed many hundreds of millions of years ago before the time of the dinosaurs - hence the name fossil fuels. The age they were formed is called the Carboniferous Period. It was part of the Paleozoic Era. "Carboniferous" gets its name from carbon, the basic element in coal and other fossil fuels.



The Carboniferous Period occurred from about 360 to 286 million years ago. At the time, the land was covered with swamps filled with huge trees, ferns and other large leafy plants. The water and seas were filled with algae - the green stuff that forms on a stagnant pool of water. Algae is actually millions of very small plants.

As the trees and plants died, they sank to the bottom of the swamps of oceans. They formed layers of a spongy material called peat. Over many hundreds of years, the peat was covered by sand and clay and other minerals, which turned into a type of rock called sedimentary.

More and more rock piled on top of more rock, and it weighed more and more. It began to press down on the peat. The peat was squeezed and squeezed until the water came out of it and it eventually, over millions of years, it turned into coal, oil or petroleum, and natural gas.


the earth doesn't "make" fuel. there is only a certain amount left.

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Re: Why does the Earth produce oil? (petroleum)
It's renewable energy.

It's the energy of ancient sunlight.
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the earth doesn't "make" fuel. there is only a certain amount left.

class dismissed.
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Totally untrue - re enroll in class and start over.
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It must serve a purpose for the Earth. What is it?
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to cushion the techtonic plates.
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crude oil is not produced by dead dinos... you guys fall for anything.

If anyone has PROOF. Post it.
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It's made so we don't have to walk to work. We can burn it in our SUVs and our jets and our boats and shit like that.


I can't beleve you'd ask the question.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 946424

LOL

So you don't know why the earth produces oil and what purpose does it serve.
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god drives a hummer?
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Sounds like a question for the ""(( ZETA'S ))"".
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Re: Why does the Earth produce oil? (petroleum)
It's made so we don't have to walk to work. We can burn it in our SUVs and our jets and our boats and shit like that.


I can't beleve you'd ask the question.

LOL

So you don't know why the earth produces oil and what purpose does it serve.
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I fucking told you why. You just don't have the courage to accept the truth!
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Re: Why does the Earth produce oil? (petroleum)
Like "Bill Crosby" use to say, WHY IS THERE AIR ?
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class dismissed.
 Quoting: nanuke

Its pretty easy to dismiss everything as it was produced millions of years ago.

In any case, be it your understanding the earth still had to produce it millions of years ago and for a reason and purpose. Since the oil comes from the ground its safe to say the Earth did produce it.

Class is now in session.
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Re: Why does the Earth produce oil? (petroleum)
The Earth is made of comets. Comets are made of water, rock and organic compounds. You see the rock and water, but the organic compounds are mixed in with the rock and only ooze out a high temps and pressures. Since the Earth is one third rock, and one third water, the rest must be that organic material, IE oil. We can't run out of it. Only surpass the ability of the planet to replenish the reservoirs that contain it. It wells up from deep in the mantle at a set rate. As long as we don't pump it faster than it fills, we will never run out of it.
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I fucking told you why. You just don't have the courage to accept the truth!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 946424

The earth makes it and it makes it for a reason.

You just don't know the reason why.
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Re: Why does the Earth produce oil? (petroleum)
The Earth is made of comets.
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It must serve a purpose for the Earth. What is it?
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Re: Why does the Earth produce oil? (petroleum)
it's dinosaurs and ferns...don't you know??...


they were EVERYWHERE on the planet at some point, and they turned into crude.

I don't believe animal remains turn to oil.

"Ashes to ashes, dust to dust."

Cemeteries and burial grounds would be full of the stuff.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 955371



i was being sarcastic, there's not enough animal and plant life to do this plus it doesn't break down this way..

and this also messes up their belief in a non-big time changing earth in the last whatever years.


the creationists, evolutionists, intelligent design theorists are all barking up the wrong tree.


the world and solar system work different than their STATIST belief systems or the opposite of that..

they are missing the organizing force.

i'll leave it at that.
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jeez.

fossil fuels.

There are three major forms of fossil fuels: coal, oil and natural gas. All three were formed many hundreds of millions of years ago before the time of the dinosaurs - hence the name fossil fuels. The age they were formed is called the Carboniferous Period. It was part of the Paleozoic Era. "Carboniferous" gets its name from carbon, the basic element in coal and other fossil fuels.



The Carboniferous Period occurred from about 360 to 286 million years ago. At the time, the land was covered with swamps filled with huge trees, ferns and other large leafy plants. The water and seas were filled with algae - the green stuff that forms on a stagnant pool of water. Algae is actually millions of very small plants.

As the trees and plants died, they sank to the bottom of the swamps of oceans. They formed layers of a spongy material called peat. Over many hundreds of years, the peat was covered by sand and clay and other minerals, which turned into a type of rock called sedimentary.

More and more rock piled on top of more rock, and it weighed more and more. It began to press down on the peat. The peat was squeezed and squeezed until the water came out of it and it eventually, over millions of years, it turned into coal, oil or petroleum, and natural gas.


the earth doesn't "make" fuel. there is only a certain amount left.

class dismissed.
 Quoting: nanuke


You just can not be serious..?

That's mesty!

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Re: Why does the Earth produce oil? (petroleum)
jeez.

fossil fuels.

There are three major forms of fossil fuels: coal, oil and natural gas. All three were formed many hundreds of millions of years ago before the time of the dinosaurs - hence the name fossil fuels. The age they were formed is called the Carboniferous Period. It was part of the Paleozoic Era. "Carboniferous" gets its name from carbon, the basic element in coal and other fossil fuels.



The Carboniferous Period occurred from about 360 to 286 million years ago. At the time, the land was covered with swamps filled with huge trees, ferns and other large leafy plants. The water and seas were filled with algae - the green stuff that forms on a stagnant pool of water. Algae is actually millions of very small plants.

As the trees and plants died, they sank to the bottom of the swamps of oceans. They formed layers of a spongy material called peat. Over many hundreds of years, the peat was covered by sand and clay and other minerals, which turned into a type of rock called sedimentary.

More and more rock piled on top of more rock, and it weighed more and more. It began to press down on the peat. The peat was squeezed and squeezed until the water came out of it and it eventually, over millions of years, it turned into coal, oil or petroleum, and natural gas.


the earth doesn't "make" fuel. there is only a certain amount left.

class dismissed.
 Quoting: nanuke



come on you're smarter than that...

fossil ferns in alaska, saudia arabia, 7,000 feet under the gulf.

sinking?

forming complex cellulose chemical structures into alkane hydrocarbon crude..

what disaccioated the branched parts of the cellulose.

and most importantly..

What was the face of the earth like for all these "TROPICAL" plants to be even in the artic, 5000 feet below the sea and so on.
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i was being sarcastic, there's not enough animal and plant life to do this plus it doesn't break down this way..
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My bad. hf
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Re: Why does the Earth produce oil? (petroleum)
It must serve a purpose for the Earth. What is it?



Produced in the earths mantle. It is abiotic not dead fossils.

Fossil Fuel = another great 200 year myth.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 560401

LOL freak
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Re: Why does the Earth produce oil? (petroleum)
The Indians used to call it 'Mother's Blood'.
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because plastic is god?
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Abiotic hydrocarbons...just like on a lot of other planets.

God gave it to us as part of the starter pack so we wouldn't have to be suckered by cons into global green energy fascism, otherwise known as Green Hell.
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It's to lube the plates....when we use it all.....screech bamm BOOM!
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