Ah, but all that wasteful biological stuff as an intermediate stage of
production may not be necessary.
<http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Abiogenic_petroleum_origin> I can't
remember his name (maybe it was Gold as mentioned in the Wiki article)
but a writer in the Scientific American in the late 60s said that you
could find natural gas on any arbitrarily chosen point on the earth if
you will only drill deep enough. No plants or animals are required to
be be squeezed and cooked into hydrocarbons.
On 3/24/2014 5:36 PM, Andrew Fildes wrote:
> I'm sure I could ship you a container load of cycads at a ruinous price -
> after that it's just time and pressure, like anything else.
> Andrew Fildes
> The SLR Compendium:
> revised edition -
> The TLR Compendium
> On 25/03/2014, at 6:35 AM, Ken Norton wrote:
>> Does anybody have a recipe for making crude oil?
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