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Old 12-12-2006, 01:08 PM
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MARS FUNDING:In the 4/24/00 edition of Oil & Gas Journal, Halliburton scientist Steve Streich pointed out


were on mars people for the oil.


To first debate this we need to know... What is oil?

Together with natural gas, it makes up petroleum, which is Latin for "rock oil". Petroleum is basically a mix of naturally occurring organic compounds from within the earth that contain primarily hydrogen, carbon and oxygen.
(its what were made of, and when oil seeped into the ocean it acted like our current birthing process of a fishy and egg, and yes we crawled out of the ocean from a single cell. but that is another topic) When petroleum comes straight out of the ground as a liquid it is called crude oil if dark and viscous and condensate if clear and volatile. When solid or cooled it is asphalt, and when semi-solid it is tar. and near the core it acts like a lubricant, because if there were not any oil to lubricate the core, then it would cease to spin and there goes our magnetic field, unless you think it spins in solid rock or dirt.

Certain Rock long ago heated to the nth degree is oil. There were 5 types of rock, some still present to this day. and there is 5 colors of oil,. Black, Brown, Red, Green and clear. for this topic lets just say that Red is the most rare because the iron introduced at the time of formation gives extra strength, about 100x more that your auto uses.

There is also natural gas, which can be associated with oil or found alone. But our current thinking that oil was from vegetation is actually from the year 1580!!! wasnt the earth flat then?

Here is the proof the sun has oil,
and here is its base properties.

Composition of the Sun
Element Abundance
(percentage of total
number of atoms) Abundance
(percentage of total
mass)
Hydrogen 91.2 71.0
Helium 8.7 27.1
Oxygen 0.078 0.97
Carbon 0.043 0.40
Nitrogen 0.0088 0.096
Silicon 0.0045 0.099
Magnesium 0.0038 0.076
Neon 0.0035 0.058
Iron 0.0030 0.14
Sulfur 0.0015 0.040

Now the layer of the sun....

The Convective Zone: In this next layer of the sun, photons continue to make their way outwards via convection (towards lower temperature and pressure). The temperature ranges from one million C to 6,000 C where a layer of gas liquid or oil liquid controls the heat and burn rate.

CONVECTION
Convection is the transfer of heat by circulation through a gas or liquid.

When you detect carbon in a atmosphere, you've just found oil. I suppose mars has no diamond deposits either? Carbon, Diamonds, Coal, and OIL have the same basic properties, one cannot exist without the other. IE

Carbon is spent oil (you can find this in your tailpipe)
Diamonds are formed under pressure from Carbon and coal.
Volcanic activity is directly related to oil somewhere inside the planet. If you examine volcanic rock, you can see the similarities.

And we've just discovered millions of fissures that act like small volcanoes on the surface of the sun

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Old 12-12-2006, 01:19 PM
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Actually oil is composed of carbon and hydrogen. There is a theory that the majority of the oil here on earth did not come from dinosours and primordial palm trees but was deposited by the big bang as elemental carbon and hydrogen which combined by the big bang.
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That theory is as flawed as most of your posting Shadow.
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Thank you for adding absolutely nothing once more Barbarien!
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Thank you for adding absolutely nothing once more Shadow! It is clever though and we will use it in future.
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Such a clever little boy!
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That theory is as flawed as most of your posting Shadow.
Not half as flawed as beleiving TRILLIONS of tons of oil and gas come from dead dinosaus and rotting rainforests.

Since the "fossil fuel" adherents tell us that only ONE WAY exists for large volumes of methane to exist (Sun to plant/animal to rotting to methane) how is it the Moon Titan is awash in oceans of liquid methane? Any theories? Or did the dino's have spave ships back then?
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