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Natural Gas, Oil and Coal are Abiogenic - not Fossil Based
Principia Scientific International

February 20,2013

by J. Olson and R. Ashworth


Any listing of the greatest technical developments of the 20th century would certainly include petroleum refineries and nuclear power plants. Petroleum refineries produce transportation fuels and a myriad of plastic products and textiles that are mandatory for modern life. Harnessing the stored energy in coal during the 19th century allowed the industrial revolution, and released humanity from total dependence on muscle and wind power. Petroleum extraction and refinement in the 20th century, released humanity from the shackles of muscle power on an even greater scale, this due to the greater efficiency and portability of internal versus external combustion of steam driven power.

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Nuclear fission, first in atomic weapons and then in nuclear power plants showed human mastery of the greatest known stored energy, that of the nuclear bonds of a single atom. The cold war military had overwhelming control over the development of fission energy, and critics say made the poor choice of Uranium over Thorium. In the words of Ben Buchwalter, “Before it was born Thorium was killed by the sins of Uranium” (1). Contained within Earth’s 259 trillion cubic miles of molten rock are over 2 million cubic miles of Uranium, and over 8 million cubic miles of Thorium. Planet Earth has a billion year stockpile of these valuable energy producers.

Science has outgrown previous false paradigms in the past, and in identifying and eliminating false paradigms usually ushers in greater opportunities for human prosperity. As counter intuitive as it might seem, nature has developed NATURAL petroleum refineries and controlled nuclear fission long before mankind. To shatter the current false paradigm, we must educate ourselves on physical reality. Our planet, our solar system and our Universe are all natural producers of petroleum, a production that is in no way dependent on the finite “fossil fuel” paradigm.


It is our attitude toward free thought and free expression that will determine our fate. There must be no limit on the range of temperate discussion, no limits on thought. No subject must be taboo. No censor must preside at our assemblies.

–William O. Douglas, U.S. Supreme Court Justice, 1952

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