This might be one of the most amazing things you will ever read.
I read about abiogenic oil for the first time about a month ago. To be honest I was stunned at what I read as like most Americans I have been “programmed” to accept the theory of “fossil fuels” promoted by the oil industry.
This article below explains what “abiogenic oil” is and debunks the current accepted theory of fossil fuels. More evidence of the flaw of our government educational system. I felt one thing it could point out more clearly is that Rockefeller money (big oil) has influenced the media and academia in promoting the “fossil fuel” theory for their financial benefit.
Limited resources go hand in hand with the fossil fuel theory. This of coarse is necessary to create a false sense of scarcity and drive up the price. It is also part of the global warming theory scam as there is no shortage of oil on earth. We will never run out of it. The concept of a limited resource is at the root of a successful Rockefeller’s monopoly. If one does not exist then create the illusion that one exists. He had the money to invest in it and buy the media and scientists to promote it. Anyone that wants to understand this should read The Rockefeller File by Gary Allen.
Perhaps the one good thing coming from the gulf disaster is that the truth is finally coming out about oil and its origins. What they have drilled into in the Macondo well is a high pressure reservoir of oil that is about the size of Mt. Everest. That is why the pressure is so high and they can’t control it. That is why they should not be drilling into areas like this. It is actually beyond our human ability to control. Your average oil well has max pressure of @1500 psi. The pressures of the Macondo well are way over that with estimates as high as 50,000 psi. They drilled into a main reservoir of oil three miles down.The high pressure is directly related to the depths they have drilled into. Some have called the Macondo well the “well from hell.” They really have no business messing around down there.
It is really the height of arrogance and “corporate hubris” and greed by BP. Now we will all pay the price for it. If our government was not so corrupt they would protect from this type of thing. But they have been bought and paid for for many decades.