FOSSIL FUELS: Neither “Fossil or Nonrenewable”! An Infinite Source of Energy

The ‘theory’ that we have been led to believe is that fossil fuels such as oil and gas are nonrenewable sources that form from decayed plants and dinosaurs.   In 1870 John D. Rockefeller founded Standard oil company. It became the world’s largest and first multinational conglomeration which earned Rockefeller the prestige as being the first billionaire.   In 1892, John D. Rockefeller made the stipulation that these sources of energy, oil and gas, were nonrenewable and scarce so as to justify an inflated value and create for himself vast wealth!

Today, the world holds to this theory despite there being overwhelming evidence that this entire postulation is false.

Solar, wind, and water are termed renewable sources and thereby superior to fossil fuels.   But what many overlook is threefold consequences:   1. Solar and wind require created capture fixtures such as panels and windmills. Both of these capture sources require degradation of large swathes of land to manufacture.   2.   These capture fixtures have a limited lifespan – ie roughly 20 years before they fail and are hauled to the great land grave, ie more land degradation.   3.   The electromagnetic fields created by the windmills are toxic.   While studies are nonexistent on humans, a number of studies have determined the fields have a massively negative impact on marine life.

And thus, once again, global populations become the guinea pig experiment.   Will the next generation living close to turbines be mutants?   Don’t know because we are the trial.  Similar to the CoVid Vaccine experiment.  We are the Phase IV Trial. 

After power plants were built in suburban areas near homes, 30 years later the evidence of the human experiment showed:   “There are numerous studies that link living close to power lines with terrible health conditions and diseases. Sadly cancer is one of them, including childhood leukaemia.”

Clean, renewable, abundant energy is likely a myth.   And the energy companies are much like Big Pharma;   create a new disease, don’t find a cure, and then manufacture countless drugs that will cause massive side effects for which more drugs will be necessary.   This same cycle is now evident in the push for Green solar and wind.

In essence these renewables are in fact pollutants, just of a different kind.   So we are fixing the carbon pollutant with another medication which will cause more degradation of earth, fewer trees and MORE CARBON!

In 1999, The Deep Hot Biosphere, The Myth of Fossil Fuels was published by Thomas Gold.   He argued that earths core layer is not composed of decayed plants and animals at all. Instead our core is comprised of heat loving bacteria which thrive on hydrocarbon, and that hydrocarbon is part and parcel of creation earth. These hydrocarbons are what earth is made from and these hydrocarbons constantly replenish naturally.

Thomas Gold is not the only esteemed scientist to upend the Rockefeller theory.

Freeman Dyson, a physicist, mathematician, and statistician who worked in quantum physics theory , astrophysics, etc… postulated that :

“The scientific consensus that carbon dioxide (CO2) is a material driver of planetary temperature increases is false. He believed that some of the effects of increased CO2 levels are favourable and not taken into account by climate scientists, such as increased agricultural yield, and further that the positive benefits of CO2 likely outweigh the negative effects. He was skeptical about the simulation models used to predict climate change, arguing that political efforts to reduce causes of climate change distract from other global problems that should take priority.”

While Dyson did advocate for finding alternate energy sources, he felt that climate change supporters were a cult pushing for reform without benefit. As in simply another means of making money on false data.

Russian scientist, Dr. Vladimir Kutcherov supported Thomas Gold’s theory.   His experiments support the theory that hydrocarbons are naturally occurring elements of our planet.   They are constantly being generated and replenished as we use them. These carbons are at the core of earth 100-200 kilometers deep pushed to the surface via heat.

Oil fields tend to reproduce after being dormant 50-60 years per various studies conducted in Russia and the US. Kutcherov has stated:

“we don’t need to find new oil fields or gas fields. All that is needed is to improve the efficiency with how we use the energy.”

How we use the energy means greater efficiency – not conversion to solar and wind which are imperfect, and technically nonrenewable given their means of capture has a 20 year life span. And like Big Pharma pushing pills to fix pills to fix pills, Green energy with a limited life span requires a constant added cost to fix the dead windmill or panel with a new one.

While estimates indicate our oil and gas extraction accounts for roughly 15% of what is on earth’s surface, if we didn’t extract it, it would continue to be pushed to the surface via heat and released into the atmosphere.   As a carbon. And conversion to wind and solar would have absolutely no impact on our global carbon footprint!

If in fact our esteemed climate gurus wanted a clean source – then it should be completely clean – and completely constant – before it has true value in the utopian fantasy.   If we concentrated our efforts on ‘efficiency’ instead of dated revolution, we might actually conserve planet earth.  

Otherwise, these misfits are simply another scourge of Rockefellers looking to be the first trillionaire.

OIL: The Saudi/Russia Feud Unraveled

In the midst of the Coronavirus panic, Saudi Arabia and Russia decided to defy OPEC and refuse to abide by their demand that output be curtailed as a consequence of tanking demand in China.   The media has varied responses speculating on the reasoning behind the feud; some claim it is between the two countries, others believe it is a strategy to tank the US shale output, and others think it is a purposeful attempt to tank the global economy.

And in the trajectory of ‘follow the money’ who would gain from this sudden denouncement of OPEC?

Currently, Venezuela, an initial signatory to the OPEC agreement has virtually zero output given it’s economy is in the Socialist twalette.   Iran’s output has suffered from sanctions and now the coronavirus.   Syria is being destroyed once again, this time by Turkey.  Other countries are being massacred by Al Shabaab, and still others are simply changing course toward renewable energy.

There are 14 countries that comprise OPEC;  Algeria, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, UAE, Nigeria, Venezuela, Conga, Libya, Iran, Iraq, Gabon, Angola and Guinea – former members include; Ecuador, Indonesia and Qatar. Former members and others have already begun the shift to renewable energy sources.   The top five countries producing oil include; US, Saudi Arabia, Russia, Canada and China, only one of which is subject to OPEC.   Thus when OPEC demands member countries reduce output, the member hit the hardest is Saudi Arabia, while its competitors can ramp up production because they are not members of OPEC.

In essence OPEC has outlived its usefulness and will likely become obsolete in the near future. Weeding out the weak means eliminating smaller companies through price deflation as they haven’t the means to absorb the losses.   Both the Saudi’s and Russia claim they can hold a $25 per barrel price…   which is highly skeptical, but will play out nonetheless.   The consensus is that these countries want the price of oil to be aligned as a basic market flux like every other commodity in the world.   Price fixing thru creative shortages and creative oversupplies manufactured by OPEC are being purged.   The short term will see reactionary destabilization. But longer term, the five power houses will survive.

Oil output will be consolidated among the few, and renewables will enjoy the new future as Black Gold.

Currently the top renewable sources include: solar, wind, hydroelectric, hydrogen, geothermal and biomass.   Within those sources, wind has recently been found to be costly and a landfill nightmare given the turbines are made from plastics (oil) and steel.   Solar is specific to location.   Hydroelectric utilizes precious water supplies that are dwindling.   Biomass is attempting to diversify from it’s wood source, but its future looks a bit rickety given the destruction of valuable forests.

Geothermal requires extensive drilling given it is found in the earth’s core, thus hydrogen would seem to have the most potential and given it is found in abundance – the opportunity plays equally to all.

There is no naturally occurring pure hydrogen and thus it must be extracted from its source. Hydrogen is typically produced through oxidation of methane or coal gasification and burns clean.  But future methodologies are likely a massive science effort.

Still, it appears the many, including the Greens, are oblivious to all the other uses of oil outside of fuel.   There are literally hundreds of products made from petroleum including; cosmetics, dresses, vitamin capsules, tires, nail polish, upholstery, shoe polish, panty hose, deodorant, purses, denture adhesives, artificial limbs, anesthetics, refrigerators, guitar strings, shoes, lipstick, house paint…   the list is exhaustive

Out of every 42 gallon barrel of oil, 22.6 gallons are used in the production of products other than gasoline!   That would account for 54% of all oil…   Oil isn’t going to go away. But cheaper oil will trickle down the end price of all these products for consumers.  That may be actual goal as it would then make the costs more competitive against China.

It is the Bigger Picture.  

While every Industrial Revolution comes with gains – it also comes with pains.   Pains for the obsolete.   But ultimately, those pains are absorbed and new technology is the mainstay.   The horse shoeing market certainly isn’t what it was a couple of centuries ago…  People adapt, evolve and learn.

And thus, it could be that the entire Saudi Arabia/Russia feud is actually nothing more than a shift, a shift that was a necessary evolution with absolutely no demonizing intent at all.

Germany: A Welfare State Subsidized by the US

Germany has pledged to spend $40 billion on climate change initiatives claiming the goals established under the Paris Accord might now be reached by 2030 (although Germany failed to meet goals in 2015, 2018, and 2020).   The plan is to stimulate the purchase of electric vehicles, provide more electric power stations, tax polluting vehicles, improve heating systems and charge a green tax on airfare.  

As of 2016, 84 coal plants provide 42% of electric power.   While Germany has tried to reach sustainable renewable power through wind, solar, and biofuel, with emphasis on wind, a huge snag put a dent in that scheme. Wind farms that were supposed to have a useful life of 20-25 years are dying after 15 years, five years before their financial breakeven. Dismantling the worthless windmills is costly, includes transportation to a windmill ‘dump’ and has created a windmill graveyard.

But hey, Germany has a balanced budget, and a great economy! Right?

That is particularly true however, it is due to the fact that Germany initiated unfair trade tariffs with the US and has consistently refused to meet their 2% of GDP obligation on defense spending.   In 2017, Germany spent just over $45 billion representing 1.2% of GDP. Why the shortfall if they have the money within the budget ‘surplus’?

Because they don’t want to pay, its FREE socialist money extracted from US citizens.

Out of 26 EU countries comprising NATO, 3 contribute their fair share or more: Greece, Poland and Estonia.

The US has 35,000 troops and 13,000 civilians stationed in Germany for defense. When the US asked Germany to ante in some troops to aid in the Syrian conflict – Germany declined stating ‘they couldn’t move hastily’.

Rules of engagement – they decried!

We defend Germany. US taxpayers pay for the shortfall of 23 EU countries including Germany so that Germany can have a balanced budget. In fact, in 2014 Germany’s surplus budget was .6%. If they had held to their contractual obligation for defense, they would have had a budget deficit. Each and every year.  And instead of their debt shrinking – their debt would have been growing – just like the US.

In fact, including Germany 9 EU countries had a surplus budget, and eight of the nine contributed 25%-80% less than the required 2%: Netherlands, Sweden, Czech Republic, Denmark, Luxembourg, Bulgaria and Austria.

In essence, this means US taxpayers have been subsidizing the EU’s wealth to the detriment of our own trade and budget.

Germany’s response?

They have determined that by 2024, they ‘hope’ to reach a 1.5% defense spending level… Obviously contractual obligations between the EU and the US are meaningless to Germans. Nationalist pride – for Germans, disdain for the evil Americans.

Back to wind energy.

Wind turbines cost about $4million each.   There are roughly 30,000 wind turbines in Germany today.   That would require an investment of $120billion. Given the legal ramifications, Germany now has a two year wait for a wind turbine permit.  Issues have arisen that have hit the industry, including; distance from residential neighborhoods, legal disputes, a shorter lifespan than estimated, conservation, noise and endangered species killed by the blades.   And by 2021, thousands of the existing turbines will be demolished as they have outlived their lifespan, lifeless monuments.

So how will Germany supply the electricity for the mandated electric cars?   Coal.  That dirty, nasty coal that makes Germans sneer at the US.

$40 billion for electric cars to run on coal fired electricity generating plants – while demanding the US continue subsidizing the EU’s defense spending on NATO.

NATO has obviously outlived itself and become ‘nonessential’.

But Germany and France in particular need NATO as long as the US pays for it. Germany’s military is a disaster.   Their equipment is obsolete.  Jets and helicopters useless junk.  Merkel’s own military plane – defective.  A total of 3300 deployed military personnel.  Dysfunctional weapons.   Unfit naval vessels.   If Germany were attacked today, they would be obliterated without the US.   The US pays 14times what Germany and France each contribute to defense despite the US economy being just 5 times that of Germany and 6 times that of France.

So while the German economy looks inspiring from a simplistic view, the truth is it has thrived on the back of US taxpayers for decades while defending unfair tariffs and providing -0- military strength. Of course the Germans don’t like Trump. Trump has vowed to make Germany, France and the EU responsible for their defense obligations while normalizing tariffs. That will eliminate any surplus while creating a truth, a real Germany, economically accountable, reliant on its own defense.

Germany is essentially a welfare state of the US.  And Germans have come to believe they are entitled to US taxpayer income ‘redistribution’ to prop up their wealth.