New oil condition vs. old oil conditions.
New oil has applied to it, 50 atmospheres. Which is over 700 psi.
Supposed old oil is found at pressures from 3,000-30,000 psi. Which is more than enough pressure.
New oil is heated twice to 500 degrees F, while under 700 psi.
Old oil is found at 400 degrees F, while found under pressures at 3,000 psi plus.
Now, before we go into such detail, let us wait and see if they can actually make that oil as they claim, and if they can, what kind of oil it is. After all, oil is not just oil.
Though the pressure is very different, the temps are not. So would you still say that the oil found in the ground took millions of years to form? And on what lab testing would you base this on? When you can actually see that it has been done with similar conditions.
I am not a petrochemical expert. However, the mere claim from somebody that they "can produce excellent grade fuel oil from virtually all kinds of garbage" does not, even it it's true, mean that this process, or its result, is identical to natural mineral oil deposits. .... The scale alone is different.
Also, the pressure oil is found at, would match the conditions of a world wide flood.
Flooding the earth to a total of 14 miles of water (to the highest mountain, and the deepest sea). Would equal 2000 atmospheres (every 33 feet equals 1 atmosphere), or 28-30,000 psi (looks familiar to the pressure we find old oil at).
Uhh, how did the pressure remain, once the water went away? (I'm not going to ask you where the water came from or where it went, that's another thread).
The pressure found in oil deposits comes from the depth of them. Btw, that varies greatly as well. There are petroleum deposits that exist at normal atmospheric pressure.
Now how do you get:
Flood produced: 28-30,000 psi
Old oil is found at: 3-30,000 psi
And the supposed old oil still has high pressure, and high heat after millions of years?
There is both high pressure and high temperature at those depths.
I guess because this supports creation, it's not scientific questions. Even though the facts speak for themselves.
I guess I can't see how it supports creation.