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"Freedom Favors the Bold"
On December 21 ,2009, Marco Rubio, Candidate for The United States Senate, spoke with
Captain Matt Bruce on "The Captains America Show" on WSRQ in Sarasota, Florida.
By Don Baldauf
On the heels of “Climate – Gate” we find ourselves lied to again by scientists. I
have always had a pretty good B.S. detector and since I was a kid I knew
something didn't smell right about the whole “fossil fuel, oil comes from
dinosaurs, etc” theory. Even Sinclair Oil Corporation has a Dinosaur in its
logo. If you go to www.SinclairOil.com you will see a picture of a little girl
holding a blow up Sinclair dinosaur. I think his name is Dino.
My first sign that something just wasn’t right was when I was growing up in
Western Pennsylvania. We had an oil well about 100 feet from the back door of
our house. From the time of my earliest childhood memories until I graduated
from high school and moved on, Mr. Eckstein, the man that owned the well,
pumped oil from it 8 hours a day, 6 days a week.
I remember in school, the teacher telling us about fossil fuels and how oil came
from dinosaurs and plants rotting. I wanted to know, how many dinosaurs died
in my back yard? To my estimation, Mr. Eckstein must be pumping out about a
dinosaur a day! That’s a lot of dinosaurs! Was Saudi Arabia the center of the
I seem to remember also seeing a film in school about some archaeologists
recovering actual dinosaur bones. They carefully brushed the dirt away from
the fossils. At the end of the film, the teacher asked if we had questions. I
asked “why didn’t they find oil around the dinosaur?” I must have been such a
pain to have as a student.
So here I am, many, many, (sigh) many years later, and that fossil fuel idea is
still not setting well with me. I have a friend from the Ukraine and he knew I was
interested in oil. He said to me one day (insert Ukrainian accent here) “You
Americans are so funny with your oil comes from dinosaur stuff”. With a
different perspective from him, I set off to find the truth. The most valuable
thing I was taught in school was how to learn, something I think is missing in
education now, but that is a whole other article.
If you want to find answers you first must know the right questions to ask. I did
a thing called “looking at history” first. Over the last 150 years, how much oil
did other countries produce? What I found interesting was that at the
beginning of WWI, Russia was in a pickle because they found themselves cut
off from the Middle East and could not get oil. Today, they produce more oil
than Saudi Arabia and supply us with 17 percent of our oil.
Lucky for them, they had Dmitri Mendeleev in their history books. It’s OK, I didn’
t know who he was either, but what a brilliant man he was. He is best known
for his work on the “Periodic Table”, arranging 63 known elements into a
periodic table based on atomic mass, something he published in “Principles of
Chemistry” in 1869. To demonstrate how brilliant this guy was, where gaps
existed in the table he predicted new elements would be found and predicted
what their properties would be. He was correct and three of those elements
were found in his lifetime and had the same properties he predicted.
He also investigated the thermal expansion of liquids and studied the nature
and origin of petroleum. He didn’t buy the fossil fuel theory either. He felt that
the oil developed far beneath the Earth’s surface, in the “mantel”, an area 45 to
90 miles deep under the surface that is very hot, has a very high pressure of
about 30,000 atmospheres and has a lot of gasses. This combines to make
hydro-carbons that push towards the surface, find the cracks in the crust and
pool up and cool down below the surface. If this correct then oil is not a
“fossil” fuel and it is a renewable energy source as the Earth is constantly
making this substance.
To further back up this theory, several years ago a major oil company did a
joint project in Russia where they drilled to a depth of 10,000 feet and struck
oil. They took a sample and then kept drilling until the hit another pool at
22,000 feet. The samples from both were an identical match. This could only
happen if the oil was being pushed from inside the Earth to the surface.
One more interesting thing, while we have been waiting for Saudi Arabia to run
out of oil, they have wells that have pumped 3 to 4 times as much oil out of
them than expected and show no signs of slowing down. It appears that the
wells keep re-filling. Wow, isn’t that odd.
I think it is time to admit that our scientists have been telling us that the Earth is
flat and for some time now the Russians, the oil companies and most of the
rest of the world have known it is round.
Oil – The Other Renewable Energy Source
Mark Levin has done an interview with a survivor of the Deepwater Horizon.
Click on the link above and listen to this informative interview.
Why did it take ten days for this information to surface? Oh yeah, nobody in
Washington was on top of the situation and then after several days had the
audacity to blame the State for not calling them in sooner, even though the
rig was in Federally controlled submerged lands. All the more reason for the
States to control the submerged lands.
Listen closely to the information about the high pressure in the deeper wells,
something that makes sense as the wells end up closer to the mantel of the
earth, the origin of the oil.
Keep in mind that this rig is not tethered because of the depth of the sea bed.
Instead it free floats using global positioning to control thrusters to keep it in
place. This could be one of those “untended consequences” of wanting to
keep the rigs way off shore. This could be a good argument to drill in areas
where jack up rigs are utilized.