Just saying “crude oil advantages” triggers a lot of people.
And I refer to people who’ve invested practically their whole intellect into the myth of fossil fuels. Of course, those are the same people who’ve invested their whole belief system into the millions of years myth.
What if I told you that “scientists in the US have worked out how to convert algae into crude oil in less than 60 minutes?” Seems, to me, like that would be something a world so myopically focused on the “scarcity of resources” should look into. But, maybe that’s just me (it’s not, by the way).
Turns out, I didn’t make up that algae idea out of thin air. Here’s a description of the process…
“Looking much like pea soup, a mixture of green algae and water is subjected to a temperature of 350°C and pressure of 3,000 PSI, which breaks the algae down into oil and gas. The scientists learned that a mixture of up to 80 to 90% water made the best algal ‘slurry’ for the process.
Just like crude oil that comes out of wells, the resultant oil can be easily refined into aviation fuel, gasoline, diesel and other products, and the gas can be converted to natural gas, with multiple uses such as household heating and cooking, and powering cars.”
Wow. 60 minutes to make crude oil we could use to do all those things we currently use crude oil to do. If only an established news program would spread the news. But who? Hmm…hey, wait a minute. 60 Minutes. Yeah, talk about having a marketing bonanza dropped in your lap! Hang on. I forgot. They believe the evolution fairy tale. So, even though they buy into that “trust science” mantra, they only trust evolutionary science.
So, stop the presses.
Evolutionary “science” claims it took millions of years to form from algae, plants, and other buried organic material. And that supposedly was the time required for the earth’s heat and pressure to turn it into crude oil.
But according to non-evolutionary science, the right heat and pressure can “form oil in ultrashort time periods.” Naturally, that science also backs up the Biblical account of a worldwide flood. And we certainly can’t have that. Because when you start spreading that news, people might believe God is real. And we certainly can’t have that.
But, back to the crude oil advantages.
Doesn’t it make sense to take advantage of a process that could ensure our efficient crude oil based technology and machinery runs on renewable energy? And since we can grow algae and turn it into crude oil in “ultrashort time periods” that makes it easily and efficiently renewable. AND affordable.
But, there’s the rub. Affordable and efficient and renewable crude oil. Well, that would mean government couldn’t control individual liberties with the flip of a switch. And the control freaks in “high places” certainly can’t have that.
So, the journey toward hell, in a handbasket, continues for America.
And the world. But, hey. At least we won’t go there with an atmosphere filled with “hydrocarbon emissions.”
We want to live in a fat-free environment, and
We want to make sure the ozone is intact,
And so we watch all those service commercials, and
It’s just so easy to sit back and react.
Is it just melodrama…for me to feel this way?
I wonder…is it just me,
Or does it all sound so cliché?
Does it sound that way…so cliché? (From the song, Cliché, off the Do Right Collection)
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