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- From: "Jimenez, Jorge A." <jajimenez(--nospam--at)csagroup.com>
- Date: Thu, 1 Nov 2007 10:57:15 -0400
We do not eat oils, Scott. The humans and the cars are no competing for gas.
From: Scott Maxwell [mailto:smaxwell(--nospam--at)umich.edu]
Um, I guess I am missing something. Since most commonly believe that fossil fuels are created from fossilized remains of dead plants and animanls being exposed to heat and pressure in the Earth's crust over extremely long periods of time (i.e. biogenic theory), would not most of the fuels that we currently use have pontentially been food at one time? Are we not just looking at using such biological material a little quicker than having to wait potentially millions, if not hundreds of millions, of years?
Or do you believe that all so called "fossil fuels" were created per an abiogenic process?
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