[DMCForum] Re: a serious question --- LOL
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That seems more vesible than dead animals and plants.

Josh

--- In DMCForum@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "Dave Stragand" <dave.stragand@xxxx>
wrote:
> Actually, I read an interesting article not long back that stated
that
> "fossil fuels" coming from dead plant and animal matter (mostly
small
> 'diatoms', not dinosaurs though), while generally accepted, is still
> only a theory... there is also a school of thought that the earth
> 'produced' oil just like it produced marble or volcanic gases.
> Interesting reading.  Here's a similar link:
>

>
> http://www.enviroliteracy.org/article.php/1130.html
>

>
> -Dave
>

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>
> Question:
> If oil is derived over the 100's of 1,000's of years, from ancient
> creatures who walked the earth, how much oil would have 1 dinosaur
> produced? ( A really big one).
>
> Just trying to get a handle on the volume of oil used since the end
of
> the 19th century + volume of oil left in the ground = total number
of
> oil producing creatures that used to roam the earth.
>
> If a rough running DeLorean, with ignition, gas and injection
problems,
> (as so many contributors have) but with a flux capacitor, a coffee
> grinder, and other crap in it could actually go as fast as 88 MPH,
(LOL)
> and return to the future from prehistoric days, how many animals
would I
> need to come back with, to quit work? ( and how big a trailer?)
>
> Marv.
> # 17077
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