Where does Oil really come from? Is it a “fossil fuel” as you have been led to believe? No! Absolutely not, everything you have been taught and preached and sold by the establishment is a 100% fictitious lie! In this video I explain the true science behind how Oil is produced in the Earth as part of a natural and continual process known as Serpentinization, which is a metamorphic process where the Mantle rock Olivine is exposed to different temperatures and pressure than it’s origin and it undergoes a metamorphic transformation that creates an exothermic reaction, as well as produces Hydrocarbons, i.e. Oil, as well as Methane. This is knowledge that has to be shared, Humanity is free, we no longer have to depend upon the so-called Authorities from the Media, the Corporations, and their puppets in our universities. We have the capability like no other time in history to spread Knowledge outside of their Monopoly on the printing presses…
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The Following are “sources” which are “legitimate,” in case my word is not enough.
“Fossils From Animals And PLANTS Are Not Necessary For Crude Oil And Natural Gas, Swedish Researchers Find”
Proponents of so-called “abiotic oil” claim that the PROOF is found in the fact that many capped wells, which were formerly dry of oil, are found to be plentiful again after many years, They claim that the replenished oil is manufactured by natural forces in the Earth’s mantle.
Until now these believers in “abiotic oil” have been dismissed as professing “bad science” but — alas — a new study has proven them correct!
Reported in ScienceDaily, researchers at the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) in Stockholm have managed to prove that fossils from animals and plants are not necessary for crude oil and natural gas to be generated. The findings are revolutionary since this means, on the one hand, that it WILL be much easier to find these sources of energy and, on the other hand, that they can be found all over the globe.
The abiotic oil formation theory suggests that crude oil is the result of naturally occurring and possibly ongoing geological processes. This theory was developed in the Soviet Union during the Cold War, as the Union needed to be self sufficient in terms of producing its own energy. The science behind the theory is sound and is based on experimental evidence in both the laboratory and in the field. This theory has helped to IDENTIFY and therefore develop large numbers of gas and oil deposits. Examples of such fields are the South Khylchuyu field and the controversial Sakhalin II field.
“The savings will be in the many billions,” says Vladimir Kutcherov.
According to Vladimir Kutcherov, these research findings are extremely important, not least as 61 percent of the world’s energy consumption derives from crude oil and natural gas.
Vladimir Kutcherov, Anton Kolesnikov, and ALEXANDER Goncharov’s research work was recently PUBLISHED in the scientific journal Nature Geoscience.
Methane-derived hydrocarbons produced under upper-mantle conditions
Anton Kolesnikov1,2, Vladimir G. Kutcherov2,3 & Alexander F. Goncharov1
There is widespread evidence that petroleum originates from biological processes1, 2, 3. Whether hydrocarbons can also be produced from abiogenic precursor molecules under the high-pressure, high-temperature conditions characteristic of the upper mantle remains an open question.
1. Geophysical Laboratory, Carnegie Institution of WASHINGTON, Washington, District of Columbia 20015, USA
2. Lomonosov Moscow State Academy of Fine Chemical TECHNOLOGY, 117571 Moscow, Russia
3. Royal INSTITUTE of Technology, SE-100 44 Stockholm, Sweden”(http://www.viewzone.com/abioticoilx.html).
“Hydrocarbon-rich gases (e.g., CH4, C2H6, and C3H8) have been reported from numerous
occurrences of serpentinized peridotites in ophiolites (e.g., Fritz et al., 1992) and on the seafloor
(e.g., Konn et al., 2009). In some cases, a strong argument can be made for the biogenic origin
of hydrocarbons. However, in most other cases of hydrocarbon seeps in serpentinites, there is
no obvious organic source, suggesting that the gases (mainly simple alkanes) form as a result
of abiogenic processes (e.g., McCollom and Seewald, 2007).