Does Oil Really Come from Dinosaurs? (Fossil Fuel Propaganda)
Does oil really come from fossil fuels, dinosaurs? I remember in the 70s, when I was in grade school, we were taught about the Fossil Fuel Theory—the idea that oil and gas came from biological material, via dinosaur fossils. It was during the conservation, energy crisis time.
Just like the Theory of Evolution-- nobody ever questioned it. Your teachers are the authority and they must know everything. The scientists say it so—so it must be the truth. We're not smart enough to know everything they know. I came across a video featuring Jerome Corsi on Abiotic theory—I’ve also read Corsi’s book, Black Gold Stranglehold ( by Jerome Corsi & Craig Smith). It's very enlightening and goes into details regarding the oil and gas industry and the Fossil Fuel Theory.
I remember even as a child thinking, how in the world does oil and gas come from a dinosaur? It did not make any sense to me. Corsi goes into some historical accounts and how this theory may have come about and the military and political angles and who gains to benefit from all this.
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Corsi believes more on the side of the Abiotic Theory—that oil and gas are found in the depths of the earth and that it's material already in the earth—that it is non biological. Whereas, the Fossil Fuel Theory says we're getting the oil from the bones of dinosaurs—a biological material.
I believe the Abiotic Theory makes a lot more common sense. If you believe in a Creator, wouldn’t He put all your needs within your environment? I would seem so.
Corsi says they sold this Fossil Fuel Theory to the public by making it seem that oil and gas were finite—that there was only a limited supply, that it was scarce. This fueled the idea that we were going to run out of it. This makes sense when you look at it from an agenda perspective.
All of this feeds into the Green New Deal, climate change, and the sustainable development movements we are now experiencing.
Agenda 2030 Fuels the Fossil Fuels Theory
I believe they want to demonize oil and gas, which is why they're trying to get us into battery operated cars to complete their Agenda 2030 narrative. They want to remove oil and gas to bring us down to a lower standard of living—third world level. They also want to be able to control us. Think of 15 minutes cities; they want to keep us in concentrated areas to control us.
If people can't fill up their cars and jump in them and freely travel, then they have that control over us.
Colonel Fletcher Prouty, who had a nearly 25-year career in the military, discusses fossil fuel propaganda and the idea of scarcity in a podcast interview with Tom Nelson. He mentions Rockefeller and other players in the oil and gas industry. It makes common sense that these industry people would be behind this, right?
In the video, Col. Prouty says, “…Rockefeller happened to be the smartest man in the business at the time…he made a lot of his money, or much of it off the transport of the petroleum as well as selling it. … in order to get the price up, they hit on the idea that they would have to make it appear to be scarce.”
Prouty also mentions another fact that negates the Fossil Fuel Theory, “…we should know that there has never been a fossil, a real fossil, found below 16,000ft. …. We mine oil or we drill for oil at 30,000ft…so right there, we rule it out that it isn't fossil fuel.”
Prouty says that they call it fossil fuel to keep it on the minds of the public that this asset is running out, being depleted.
Corsi explains, “…organic material, living tissue, do not deteriorate into a higher form of energy. So when something dies, it goes into a lower form of energy, negating the whole Fossil Fuel Theory, the idea of composing living material to oil, is a misconception.”
So if you have something that's decomposing, it should be losing energy. How is it that this is the source of where we are getting our oil and gas? It doesn't make sense.
Corsi also makes another interesting point regarding “peak oil.” Remember in the 1990s, the talking heads were always using the term “peak oil”—he made the point that we really don’t hear about “peak oil” like we used to. The idea that we were at the pinnacle of oil and that we needed to be cautious.
In the 1990s, the Dneiper Donets Basin that extends from Russia to Ukraine was explored for oil and they were successful. It was explored under principles of Abiotic Theory…”61 wells were drilled in the northern flank of the Dneiper Donets Basin…37 proved commercially productive. It was very successful, and the exploration rate was 57.”
Now, what was really interesting is that a U.S. Department of Energy Report admitted this success based on the Abiotic Theory, and that previous exploration based on Fossil Fuel Theory was unsuccessful. Hmm!
One more closing point I’d like to make, currently, a lot of the Russian Ukrainian war activity is in the area of Dneiper Donets Basin. Apparently that area is abundant in water reservoirs and oil. So that's just something to keep in the back of your mind!
Black Gold Stranglehold, by Jerome R. Corsi, Ph.D. and Craig R. Smith
Fletcher Prouty Explains Invention and Use of Term "Fossil Fuel
Jerome Corsi on Abiotic Oil
Tom Nelson Podcast
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