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Abiogenic (Abiotic) Theory of Oil - Wikipedia

 

 Thomas Gold - who brought the Abiotic Theory to the world's attention with his paper 'The Deep Hot Biosphere' - Wikipedia

 

Abiotic Oil - Science or Politics - FTW

 

Abiotic Theory Of Oil - Enviroliteracy

 

The 'Abiotic Oil' controversy - Rense.com

  

    "Abiogenic petroleum origin is an alternative hypothesis to the prevailing biological origin theory of petroleum origins. Most popular in Russia and Ukraine between the 1950s and 1980s, the abiogenic hypothesis has little support among contemporary petroleum geologists, who argue that abiogenic petroleum does not exist in significant amounts and that there is no indication that an application of the hypothesis is or has ever been of commercial value.

    The abiogenic hypothesis argues that petroleum was formed from deep carbon deposits, perhaps dating to the formation of the Earth. The presence of methane on Saturn's moon Titan is cited as evidence supporting the formation of hydrocarbons without biology. Supporters of the abiogenic hypothesis suggest that a great deal more petroleum exists on Earth than commonly thought, and that petroleum may originate from carbon-bearing fluids that migrate upward from the mantle."

     

Our view is that even if Abiotic Oil is a reality then the rate of production is nowhere near sufficient to

replace the oil being used and is therefore not going to have any significant effect on Peak Oil.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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