NICE and Oil

The only reason NATO and the Anglosphere are in the Middle East is to secure the oil.

It seems the New York Times, among others, doesn’t understand the motive for the latest killing of civilians in France by muslims a day ago.

Perhaps it is the killing of people in the Middle East by NATO and its puppet masters that might offer a clue.

The West is in the Middle East for oil security.

Because they believe in Peak Oil Theory which is derived from the Biogenic theory of oil formation, which is based on creationism entailed in the cosmic Big Bang Theory. Biological life in this model only appeared 600 million years ago, and appeared spontaneously according to the theory of Evolution. So the biosphere is a surface phenomenon of finite extent, and oil deposits were solely formed from the deposition of this recent biosphere.

This theory is wrong because it is deduced not from a scientific fact but from a theological imperative of creation, the process by which something is produced from nothing.

They have it quite back to front.

Oil is formed in the upper mantle following the chemistry of the H-C system, aka as the Russian-Ukrianian theory of abiotic oil.

Coal deposits are formed from upwelling mantle methane.

Logically petroleum deposits should be found deeper underneath coal rich regions.

Abiotic oil is more or less infinite for practical purposes.

But if you believe in God or Allah, then you, of necessity, have to believe in Creation, and in the idea that something can be formed from nothing. Creation is a fiction and any theory deduced from a fiction will itself be a fiction.

As the late Oliver Cromwell pleaded with his Catholic opponents all those centuries ago, they should at least consider the possibility that they might be mistaken, paraphrasing him. But I doubt it.

But as long as the West believes in biogenic oil theory, and hence Peak Oil Theory, no good will come from our messing about in the Middle East. And I would rather attempt to stop a spooked herd of Wildebeests than try to convince the mainstream that its core premises are faulty. They are really quite, quite stupid, but then, they never learnt how to think in the first place, only what to think.


About Louis Hissink

Retired diamond exploration geologist. Trained by Western Mining Corporation and polished by De Beers.
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8 Responses to NICE and Oil

  1. THX1138 says:

    The US, at least, has no reason to be in the Middle East insofar as petroleum is concerned. The US has huge, untapped, and even capped reserves of oil and gas. There is no shortage, there is a glut in fact. There is so much oil already brought to the surface, that many, many oil tankers are kept at sea full of oil, waiting for there to be room in the market stream to unload.

    The reason for the US, at least, and probably the UK to be in the Middle East is to push forward the Jewish, Zionist agenda, which is to own the entire Levant region, a strategically powerful trade and war zone. Israel is positioning itself to rule the world from Jerusalem, enforcing communist government on the entire Earth.


  2. THX1138 says:

    Oh, and thank you for reminding me that I still have not read the entire book, The Deep Hot Biosphere, the Myth of Fossil Fuels by Thomas Gold.. I’ll make a point now to finish it. I have a 17 MB pdf scan of the book, if you want a copy.


  3. Ian MacCulloch says:

    Hi Louis,
    It may not be the oldest recording of bacteria but the live microbes have been recovered from the Witswaterand deep mines assuming an age of somewhere about 1.25B ago.
    The aim is to try and get some of the oldest Archean samples and attempt to extract bacteria from those.


    • Hi Ian,

      Oh, that’s interesting. When I worked for De Beers we discovered the presence of worn alluvial diamonds in the Witswatersrand conglomerates, along with Au. Another anachronism.


  4. cadxx says:

    “Coal deposits are formed from upwelling mantle methane.
    Logically petroleum deposits should be found deeper underneath coal rich regions.”

    I seem to recall someone saying that coal was originally in a liquid form, can’t remember who it was?
    Some time ago I was fortunate (or unfortunate) enough (it was very uncomfortable) to find myself in a coal mine. At the end of the tour a miner-guide approached me with a lump of coal. He offered it to me saying “look at the pattern”. He told me that each mine has its own unique identification of wavy texture – if you know what you are looking for… anyone come across this?


    • Coal is essentially vegetation replaced by upwelling methane and would therefore retain the physical structure of its antecedent form. I’ve been underground in a coal mine, and was early on in my career also a NSW Geological Survey’s cartographer for the coal section; that was during 1969 when I left government service for the private sector. Regrettably I never had a chance nor time to acquire coal samples. I did accompany a Macquarie University Geological student Society (MUGS) excursion to the Morwell Open cut lignite mine in Victoria where I distinctly recall seeing large trees literally decapitated with their roots still embedded in the regolith under the lignite stratum. That was during 1975/76.


      • cadxx says:

        I did have some files on coal, I think some of it is on my geology page, but the rest has been deleted by hacking attacks on my computer. One of the problems I recall was the lack of soil in coal ash. The pre-coal vegetation needs soil to grow in and apparently it’s not there! Also, there is the problem of depth – as I recall Australia has some of the deepest deposits, again without soil. This is all from memory.
        Another interesting aspect was when I first started writing on the Internet late 90’s. There was a guy Ed Conrad who was finding human bones in coal, he had such a hard time with the academics. It was incredible how they would batter the poor bloke. This of course was to do with the discrepancy between the age of mankind and the age of coal.
        And then some time later I found a piece on Talk Origins of all places where some professor wrote a paper about radioactivity and how coal is affected by local radioactivity contaminating the age of the coal and how it cannot be dated. This was taken down double quick, but I managed to copy it.
        Anyway, you would be hard pressed to find any human bones from coal on public display today.

        I found this at Britannica but as I expected Wiki does not want to know: “One of the most famous of the Late Miocene fossils was the “abominable coalman,” so called because the best-preserved remains, a complete skeleton, were found during the 1950s in a lignite mine in northern Italy.”

        Ed Conrad can be found here:
        And creationist sites:


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