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OIL- can the years of extracting trillions of barrels of oil and gas have something do do with more freqeunt earthquakes?

 
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OIL- can the years of extracting trillions of barrels of oil and gas have something do do with more freqeunt earthquakes?
Could the extraction of trillions of barrels of oil and gas over the years and mining caused cavities underground that could have an impact on more earthquakes okurring,does gas and oilpockets\fields act like shock absorbers for the techtonic plates maybe?
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Re: OIL- can the years of extracting trillions of barrels of oil and gas have something do do with more freqeunt earthquakes?
no but scientists have recently found out what is causing the earthquacks

Thread: Obama is CAUSING EARTHQUAKES!!!!!
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Re: OIL- can the years of extracting trillions of barrels of oil and gas have something do do with more freqeunt earthquakes?
Could the extraction of trillions of barrels of oil and gas over the years and mining caused cavities underground that could have an impact on more earthquakes okurring,does gas and oilpockets\fields act like shock absorbers for the techtonic plates maybe?
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The Earth replenishes it's own oil in short time. Maybe a decade or a score of years.
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Re: OIL- can the years of extracting trillions of barrels of oil and gas have something do do with more freqeunt earthquakes?
Could the extraction of trillions of barrels of oil and gas over the years and mining caused cavities underground that could have an impact on more earthquakes okurring,does gas and oilpockets\fields act like shock absorbers for the techtonic plates maybe?
 Quoting: nightrunner

The Earth replenishes it's own oil in short time. Maybe a decade or a score of years.
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O i thought oil took thousands of jrs to form from rotten plants ext?
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Re: OIL- can the years of extracting trillions of barrels of oil and gas have something do do with more freqeunt earthquakes?
Could the extraction of trillions of barrels of oil and gas over the years and mining caused cavities underground that could have an impact on more earthquakes okurring,does gas and oilpockets\fields act like shock absorbers for the techtonic plates maybe?
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Nah , just like pumping all the waste heat and co2 into the atmosphere probably doesn't either. God will make it all better, trust me...I have no evidence but trust me, he told me it in a dream one night after I had been smoking the good stuff.
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Re: OIL- can the years of extracting trillions of barrels of oil and gas have something do do with more freqeunt earthquakes?
Could the extraction of trillions of barrels of oil and gas over the years and mining caused cavities underground that could have an impact on more earthquakes okurring,does gas and oilpockets\fields act like shock absorbers for the techtonic plates maybe?
 Quoting: nightrunner

The Earth replenishes it's own oil in short time. Maybe a decade or a score of years.
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What a lovely and whacked out opinion
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Re: OIL- can the years of extracting trillions of barrels of oil and gas have something do do with more freqeunt earthquakes?
The oil - is the tectonic elbow grease. They were warned many times to limit extraction. They were warned not to touch deep ocean hydrates.

So now - consequences are to be called due.

This world is ... ?
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Re: OIL- can the years of extracting trillions of barrels of oil and gas have something do do with more freqeunt earthquakes?
Could the extraction of trillions of barrels of oil and gas over the years and mining caused cavities underground that could have an impact on more earthquakes okurring,does gas and oilpockets\fields act like shock absorbers for the techtonic plates maybe?
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magic 8 ball says yes
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Re: OIL- can the years of extracting trillions of barrels of oil and gas have something do do with more freqeunt earthquakes?
Could the extraction of trillions of barrels of oil and gas over the years and mining caused cavities underground that could have an impact on more earthquakes okurring,does gas and oilpockets\fields act like shock absorbers for the techtonic plates maybe?
 Quoting: nightrunner

The Earth replenishes it's own oil in short time. Maybe a decade or a score of years.
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O i thought oil took thousands of jrs to form from rotten plants ext?
 Quoting: nightrunner
Apparently it's million, so we are told.

The problem with the world is, we are using oil too quickly as the population grows so we will run out of oil in certain oil fields, yet there are many oil fields that have been reopened after 10/20 years because they have replenished.

There's no such thing as dinosaurs that lived 65 million years ago, it's all fantasy world tosh to make our history appear complex, when in fact it's pretty drab.
I'm not asking or telling you to believe what I say mind you...just look up stuff and use your own rational thoughts.
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Re: OIL- can the years of extracting trillions of barrels of oil and gas have something do do with more freqeunt earthquakes?
Could the extraction of trillions of barrels of oil and gas over the years and mining caused cavities underground that could have an impact on more earthquakes okurring,does gas and oilpockets\fields act like shock absorbers for the techtonic plates maybe?
 Quoting: nightrunner

The Earth replenishes it's own oil in short time. Maybe a decade or a score of years.
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O i thought oil took thousands of jrs to form from rotten plants ext?
 Quoting: nightrunner
Apparently it's million, so we are told.

The problem with the world is, we are using oil too quickly as the population grows so we will run out of oil in certain oil fields, yet there are many oil fields that have been reopened after 10/20 years because they have replenished.

There's no such thing as dinosaurs that lived 65 million years ago, it's all fantasy world tosh to make our history appear complex, when in fact it's pretty drab.
I'm not asking or telling you to believe what I say mind you...just look up stuff and use your own rational thoughts.
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coal formed over millions of years of plant "waste" what about the dino skeletons then?....where do they come from then?
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Re: OIL- can the years of extracting trillions of barrels of oil and gas have something do do with more freqeunt earthquakes?
The oil - is the tectonic elbow grease. They were warned many times to limit extraction. They were warned not to touch deep ocean hydrates.

So now - consequences are to be called due.

This world is ... ?

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mmm i thought so,something must give way later on if the void gets to big,wells that replenish itself might be oil seeping from surrounding smaller cavitys\cracks in the empty big cavity,dont think oil can be formed in 10-20 jrs?
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Re: OIL- can the years of extracting trillions of barrels of oil and gas have something do do with more freqeunt earthquakes?
Could the extraction of trillions of barrels of oil and gas over the years and mining caused cavities underground that could have an impact on more earthquakes okurring,does gas and oilpockets\fields act like shock absorbers for the techtonic plates maybe?
 Quoting: nightrunner


earthquakes are not more frequent

what bogus evidence are you basing your invalid stament on?
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Re: OIL- can the years of extracting trillions of barrels of oil and gas have something do do with more freqeunt earthquakes?
Could the extraction of trillions of barrels of oil and gas over the years and mining caused cavities underground that could have an impact on more earthquakes okurring,does gas and oilpockets\fields act like shock absorbers for the techtonic plates maybe?
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earthquakes are not more frequent

what bogus evidence are you basing your invalid stament on?
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well earthquakes are almost in the news everyday wasent a while back,are u an earthquake doctor?
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Re: OIL- can the years of extracting trillions of barrels of oil and gas have something do do with more freqeunt earthquakes?
Could the extraction of trillions of barrels of oil and gas over the years and mining caused cavities underground that could have an impact on more earthquakes okurring,does gas and oilpockets\fields act like shock absorbers for the techtonic plates maybe?
 Quoting: nightrunner


earthquakes are not more frequent

what bogus evidence are you basing your invalid stament on?
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well earthquakes are almost in the news everyday wasent a while back,are u an earthquake doctor?
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so the fact that earthquakes are always in the news in your opinion means that there are more of them?

Did the news say there are more?

Did you look at any sites that show earthquake stats?

One does not have to be a doctor of anything to recognize seriously flawed logic.

News is a business by the way.
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Re: OIL- can the years of extracting trillions of barrels of oil and gas have something do do with more freqeunt earthquakes?
Could the extraction of trillions of barrels of oil and gas over the years and mining caused cavities underground that could have an impact on more earthquakes okurring,does gas and oilpockets\fields act like shock absorbers for the techtonic plates maybe?
 Quoting: nightrunner

The Earth replenishes it's own oil in short time. Maybe a decade or a score of years.
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lolsign Ladies and gentleman, i present to you the highest class of tard. He follows it up with even more tardem down the page. Lets hope he's trolling!
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Re: OIL- can the years of extracting trillions of barrels of oil and gas have something do do with more freqeunt earthquakes?
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The Earth replenishes it's own oil in short time. Maybe a decade or a score of years.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 16766028


O i thought oil took thousands of jrs to form from rotten plants ext?
 Quoting: nightrunner
Apparently it's million, so we are told.

The problem with the world is, we are using oil too quickly as the population grows so we will run out of oil in certain oil fields, yet there are many oil fields that have been reopened after 10/20 years because they have replenished.

There's no such thing as dinosaurs that lived 65 million years ago, it's all fantasy world tosh to make our history appear complex, when in fact it's pretty drab.
I'm not asking or telling you to believe what I say mind you...just look up stuff and use your own rational thoughts.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 16766028


coal formed over millions of years of plant "waste" what about the dino skeletons then?....where do they come from then?
 Quoting: nightrunner
The real massive one's are simply fake, then there's other fossils that are simply animals of hundreds or maybe thousands of years ago...not millions.

It's hard to get your head around I admit, yet it's about opening your mind to the idea that things aren't what we actually believe they are/were.

Let's start very simply so you get an understanding of what is what and then over the course I will add in bit by bit as it would take too long to type out my thoughts in one go.

First of all, let's start with drilling for oil. Obviously we know that they drill for oil and they drill for miles in some cases don't they.

They tell us that oil is from animal and plant decay over millions of years, so we know how expensive this hard to get energy source is, that also produces gas as a "by" product we are told.

So at the petrol pumps, we pay about £6 a gallon for this refined oil and we class it as expensive, which in a way, compared to a decade ago, it is.

Let's take a trip to a brewery which uses barley, hops and sugar, with "water" to brew infinite amounts of various brews, yet we are fairly happy enough to go into a pub and pay about £24 a gallon for that.
Do breweries build rigs and drill for their beer?
Do they mine further down to justify the price?

Does this make any sense?
Of course it doesn't and we can cite many reasons why, yet the main reason is taxing your leisure to extremes.
We could class a car as a leisurely vehicle but they can't go, overkill on the prices as they also know that cars carry workers to work and work feeds the economy. No cars and it,s no work for many.

It's not about the fact that oil appears to be scarce as to why your petrol prices are rising, it's all about grabbing more taxation, whilst using the old, oil is scarce and running out routine.
The Earth produces oil just as we produce piss. We are constantly filling up, yet the Earth's piss is our fuel.
It's a cycle.
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Re: OIL- can the years of extracting trillions of barrels of oil and gas have something do do with more freqeunt earthquakes?
Could the extraction of trillions of barrels of oil and gas over the years and mining caused cavities underground that could have an impact on more earthquakes okurring,does gas and oilpockets\fields act like shock absorbers for the techtonic plates maybe?
 Quoting: nightrunner


earthquakes are not more frequent

what bogus evidence are you basing your invalid stament on?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 13866580


well earthquakes are almost in the news everyday wasent a while back,are u an earthquake doctor?
 Quoting: nightrunner


so the fact that earthquakes are always in the news in your opinion means that there are more of them?

Did the news say there are more?

Did you look at any sites that show earthquake stats?

One does not have to be a doctor of anything to recognize seriously flawed logic.

News is a business by the way.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 13866580


people experiencing quakes and reporting it to news stations is facts not fiction and stats can be modified but anycase...read the original thread
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Re: OIL- can the years of extracting trillions of barrels of oil and gas have something do do with more freqeunt earthquakes?
Could the extraction of trillions of barrels of oil and gas over the years and mining caused cavities underground that could have an impact on more earthquakes okurring,does gas and oilpockets\fields act like shock absorbers for the techtonic plates maybe?
 Quoting: nightrunner

The Earth replenishes it's own oil in short time. Maybe a decade or a score of years.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 16766028


lolsign Ladies and gentleman, i present to you the highest class of tard. He follows it up with even more tardem down the page. Lets hope he's trolling!
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Attempts at ridicule mean absolutely nothing but you are free to carry on. I'm just trying to save you some typing time.
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Re: OIL- can the years of extracting trillions of barrels of oil and gas have something do do with more freqeunt earthquakes?
From your thread title, I'm not sure you understand the number, 1,000,000,000,000 (one trillion).

It's a lot.
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O i thought oil took thousands of jrs to form from rotten plants ext?
 Quoting: nightrunner
Apparently it's million, so we are told.

The problem with the world is, we are using oil too quickly as the population grows so we will run out of oil in certain oil fields, yet there are many oil fields that have been reopened after 10/20 years because they have replenished.

There's no such thing as dinosaurs that lived 65 million years ago, it's all fantasy world tosh to make our history appear complex, when in fact it's pretty drab.
I'm not asking or telling you to believe what I say mind you...just look up stuff and use your own rational thoughts.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 16766028


coal formed over millions of years of plant "waste" what about the dino skeletons then?....where do they come from then?
 Quoting: nightrunner
The real massive one's are simply fake, then there's other fossils that are simply animals of hundreds or maybe thousands of years ago...not millions.

It's hard to get your head around I admit, yet it's about opening your mind to the idea that things aren't what we actually believe they are/were.

Let's start very simply so you get an understanding of what is what and then over the course I will add in bit by bit as it would take too long to type out my thoughts in one go.

First of all, let's start with drilling for oil. Obviously we know that they drill for oil and they drill for miles in some cases don't they.

They tell us that oil is from animal and plant decay over millions of years, so we know how expensive this hard to get energy source is, that also produces gas as a "by" product we are told.

So at the petrol pumps, we pay about £6 a gallon for this refined oil and we class it as expensive, which in a way, compared to a decade ago, it is.

Let's take a trip to a brewery which uses barley, hops and sugar, with "water" to brew infinite amounts of various brews, yet we are fairly happy enough to go into a pub and pay about £24 a gallon for that.
Do breweries build rigs and drill for their beer?
Do they mine further down to justify the price?

Does this make any sense?
Of course it doesn't and we can cite many reasons why, yet the main reason is taxing your leisure to extremes.
We could class a car as a leisurely vehicle but they can't go, overkill on the prices as they also know that cars carry workers to work and work feeds the economy. No cars and it,s no work for many.

It's not about the fact that oil appears to be scarce as to why your petrol prices are rising, it's all about grabbing more taxation, whilst using the old, oil is scarce and running out routine.
The Earth produces oil just as we produce piss. We are constantly filling up, yet the Earth's piss is our fuel.
It's a cycle.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 16766028


NAH dont think so,oil was formed over millions of jrs and only been used recently and is being depleted,cant form in a few jrs coal neither,oil is formed everyday obviously but in small amounts,the stocks today took millions of jrs or did aliens pump oil underground for us.
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Re: OIL- can the years of extracting trillions of barrels of oil and gas have something do do with more freqeunt earthquakes?
From your thread title, I'm not sure you understand the number, 1,000,000,000,000 (one trillion).

It's a lot.
 Quoting: Piscesian Misesian


now how many barrels would you say over the jrs oil was discovered did anybody keep count at least billions then.
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Apparently it's million, so we are told.

The problem with the world is, we are using oil too quickly as the population grows so we will run out of oil in certain oil fields, yet there are many oil fields that have been reopened after 10/20 years because they have replenished.

There's no such thing as dinosaurs that lived 65 million years ago, it's all fantasy world tosh to make our history appear complex, when in fact it's pretty drab.
I'm not asking or telling you to believe what I say mind you...just look up stuff and use your own rational thoughts.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 16766028


coal formed over millions of years of plant "waste" what about the dino skeletons then?....where do they come from then?
 Quoting: nightrunner
The real massive one's are simply fake, then there's other fossils that are simply animals of hundreds or maybe thousands of years ago...not millions.

It's hard to get your head around I admit, yet it's about opening your mind to the idea that things aren't what we actually believe they are/were.

Let's start very simply so you get an understanding of what is what and then over the course I will add in bit by bit as it would take too long to type out my thoughts in one go.

First of all, let's start with drilling for oil. Obviously we know that they drill for oil and they drill for miles in some cases don't they.

They tell us that oil is from animal and plant decay over millions of years, so we know how expensive this hard to get energy source is, that also produces gas as a "by" product we are told.

So at the petrol pumps, we pay about £6 a gallon for this refined oil and we class it as expensive, which in a way, compared to a decade ago, it is.

Let's take a trip to a brewery which uses barley, hops and sugar, with "water" to brew infinite amounts of various brews, yet we are fairly happy enough to go into a pub and pay about £24 a gallon for that.
Do breweries build rigs and drill for their beer?
Do they mine further down to justify the price?

Does this make any sense?
Of course it doesn't and we can cite many reasons why, yet the main reason is taxing your leisure to extremes.
We could class a car as a leisurely vehicle but they can't go, overkill on the prices as they also know that cars carry workers to work and work feeds the economy. No cars and it,s no work for many.

It's not about the fact that oil appears to be scarce as to why your petrol prices are rising, it's all about grabbing more taxation, whilst using the old, oil is scarce and running out routine.
The Earth produces oil just as we produce piss. We are constantly filling up, yet the Earth's piss is our fuel.
It's a cycle.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 16766028


NAH dont think so,oil was formed over millions of jrs and only been used recently and is being depleted,cant form in a few jrs coal neither,oil is formed everyday obviously but in small amounts,the stocks today took millions of jrs or did aliens pump oil underground for us.
 Quoting: nightrunner
When you mention millions of years and consider we are told that dinosaurs roamed the planet some 65 million years ago, then consider how long our recordable history goes as human beings and it might give you a clue to the porky pies we have swallowed in our lifetime.
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Re: OIL- can the years of extracting trillions of barrels of oil and gas have something do do with more freqeunt earthquakes?
Oil and natural gas could be there to cool the Earth like a transformer has. This could be why the Earth magnetic field is weakening.
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Oil and natural gas could be there to cool the Earth like a transformer has. This could be why the Earth magnetic field is weakening.
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makes sense,but all the oil thats been extracted from the discovery of oil ships and ships full must have somekind of geological impact on the crust of the earth...but obviously it will be kept secret,to MUCH moolah involved.

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