Thursday, July 1, 2010
By Paul Martin

By Dr. James Howenstine, MD.
July 1, 2010

The conventional understanding of the source for oil has been attributed to decay of prehistoric foliage and fossil remains. This concept no longer appears to be a completely valid explanation because there are some known oil fields that continue to supply massive amounts of oil well beyond what should have produced exhaustion of local fossil remains. This new source for oil production is termed abiotic and it appears likely to apply to the BP gulf oil well rupture field. The pressures revealed at discovery were ten times higher than values that would have been regarded as a superb new oil well. The amounts of oil released daily from this well and the pressure at the time of discovery were so alarming they have been withheld from the public. The underwater oil pressure is so enormous that 5 or 6 new ruptured regions of oil leaks near the original well have been sighted.

These must have resulted from fracturing the floor of the Gulf of Mexico. Mankind has no capability of resolving this oil spill with the currently available technology. Russia has terminated 4 of 5 uncontrolled oil spills using nuclear explosions. The key difference in the Gulf is that all the Russian bad spills appeared to involve wells drilled in land not water. Imagine nuclear radiation persisting for many years in the Gulf of Mexico.

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