Worried about a shortage of oil? Think that oil is a limited resource? Still believe that dinosaur bodies and squashed ferns from prehistorical times make oil? Well, you’re going to be glad to finally clear this up once and for all. We cannot speak for your frustration after you find out where it does come from.
To cut to the chase, oil is created when the Earth compresses explosive methane gas at around 20,000 feet below the surface. The Earth has an infinite supply of methane from the Sun. The Sun’s rays penetrate second by second the crust of the Earth dropping off particles or atoms that combine with Earth’s atoms to create methane at subterranean levels. Therefore the Earth will never run out of oil unless the Earth itself loses its ability to compress.
Having said this we want to make it clear that continuing to use oil as a fuel on Earth is something we’d like to see end. Our focus is on the undeniable source provided by the CALTECH designed geothermal plants that tap the Earth’s natural heat to spin turbines and generate inexhaustible supplies of power. One geothermal plant could supply and entire continent with several thousand times the power needed.
You might be interested to know that the Earth expands about 19 centimeters every year. This is reported in science journals all over the globe, but seldom ever explained. There can only be two theories to explore. Either the substance is on the surface of the Earth, or somehow the substance is INSIDE the Earth.
Most of you have lived enough life to know that at no point have you discovered or anyone else discovered a place in your backyard that hasn’t been touched for a year that has 9.5 centimeters of some substance on it, yet the fact that the Earth grows remains a reality. So what else could be causing it?
Simple, the Earth expands every second of every day, and has since its very beginning in space. The larger the Earth grows, the faster it continues to grow. Eventually the Earth’s crust will rupture and it will become a gas giant like Jupiter and Saturn, but we’re probably several billion years out from this moment, so sleep well in the meantime.
The Earth expands because the Sun injects atoms into the center of Earth. This causes Earth to grow, and this is consequently the reason for the growing oceans the shifts in continents. Yes, we’re telling you with 100% certainty, that the theories of continental drift are sadly misguided and wholeheartedly wrong. If one shrinks the world getting rid of all the oceans yet keeping all the land, you will see all the continents come together in a perfect ball. No oceans, only land, and it all fits together without reshaping the continents as they exist today. This is not science fiction, but easy to reproduce fact.
So Just How Old Are Those Oceans?
A group of scientists have recently discovered a problem with the age of the oceans. They have discovered by means of measuring the salt levels of the ocean that in order to maintain the continental drift theory the salt levels would be so high that no life could benefit from trying to swim in its quicksand composition.
After studying the slope of gradual increase in salt, they have reverse engineered the predominate lifespan to that of around 60 to 80 million years old. This is in reference to the mile deep oceans that we know today and not the swampy more shallow sea that the dinosaurs most likely benefitted from.
As we come to realize the Expanding Earth theory, we realize that only some regions of the world had any ocean at all. Given that ocean dinosaurs have been discovered along with ancient fish, we have to assume that portions of Earth’s oceans did form early, but never gained any major claim on the overall composition of Earth’s surface.
How Were Dinosaurs So Big?
Some Paleontologists are coming to the conclusion that dinosaurs could not have existed in the gravitational pull that is our world today. When scientists reverse engineer the size of the Earth 200 million years based on the Expanding Earth theory, they come up with an Earth that was 1/4 the size Earth we know today, and thus, 1/4 the gravity that we have today.
This reduction in Earth’s size allows dinosaurs to do two things: wonder the entire surface of the Earth, which their bones suggest happen, and two, run at full speed and turn on a dime for predators that needed such abilities. In today’s gravitational pull, dinosaurs would experience their necks breaking due to the enormous weight of their skulls and surrounding tissue.
Scientists have also wondered why birds migrate from continent to continent. Given that we now believe that birds are descendants of dinosaurs, and that back when these birds were huge lumbering creatures they could migrate on foot from colder areas to warmer areas, it is safe to believe that the paths haven’t changed, but that the means they use to migrate have taken flight.
The world expands. It was much smaller in the days of the dinosaur, and as a result of the Sun’s rays, we receive infinite oil that should have little to no value over the cost of pulling it out of the ground, refining it, and shipping it around the world. Should we continue to use it? Probably not where possible, but we shouldn’t be controlled by it at all.