Oil deposits, unfortunately do not support the flood since there are oil deposits from as little as a couple hundred feet down to nearly 38,000 feet and indicate a vast time difference between the two.Ã‚Â
If you do the math, and understand that there is a process to make quick oil. Here is the process for it to be done naturally.
Here is the process for it to be man made in less than a day.
Thermal Conversion Process (steps 1-5):
1) Preparing the organic and inorganic feed with water.
2) Heating the siurry, under pressure, to reaction temperature.
3) Depolymerization reaction: Separating the organic from the inorganic.
4) Inorganic material goes to solid storage.
5) Hydrolysis reaction: Water splitting complex molecules into simpler units.
Thermal Conversion Process (steps 6 and 7):
6) Separation of gases, renewable diesel, water and remaining solids.
7) Renewable Diesel storage. http://www.changingw.../what/index.aspConditions required to make quick oil:
Takes 50 atmospheres (50x14.3psi one atmosphere) equals 715psi.
The material used is heated to 500 F degrees twice.Flood conditions:
28-30,000 psi (up to 2000 atmospheres) at the bottom of the ocean during the flood. the flood was 14 miles deep. Every 33 feet equals one atmosphere. You divide that in half for surface pressures, which means more than 10,000 psi which beats the 715 psi required.
And to bring up that much water from the fountains of the deep. You would also be bring up some of the earth's mantle. Water under extreme pressure (over 10,000 psi) can reach high temps without boiling. Black smokers have had temps recorded at around 700 F. Which beats the required 500 F.
1) So oil can be made naturally, and is called hydrothermal oil. And is made daily naturally.
2) Oil can be man made, and is made daily as well.
3) Using the techniques of man made oil, we find that the flood produced those conditions, and well over those conditions. Even on the surface of the earth.The math:
The Radius of the Earth = 3963 miles
The Radius of the earth with 5 miles of water = 3968 Miles.
The volume of the earth = 260711882973.3396 cubic miles
The volume of the earth with water = 261699925947.5533 cubic miles.
261699925947.5533 - 260711882973.3396 = 988042974.2136999965
So the volume of the flood water = 988,042,974.2136999965 cubic miles. But lets round it to 988,042,974 Cubic Miles.
If this water was put into a sphere, it would have a radius of 618 Miles.http://geocities.com...athofflood.html
According to scuba diving books, every 33 feet equals one atmosphere. One atmosphere equals 14.3 psi.
To flood the whole the whole earth to the highest mountains, you have to have between 13-14 miles of water. That's 7 miles of water above the earth's crust. And about 6 miles to the bottom of the ocean.Where did the water go?:
There has been testing and research done on the upper mantle of the earth A mineral called wadsleyite, holds about 3% water by weight. And the estimated amount of wadsleyite that exists, the water contained in it works out to be about 30 of our oceans. 30 oceans worth of water is more than enough to flood the earth to the highest mountain.http://www.ldolphin....deepwaters.htmlHow did the water get in there without boiling off?
28,000-30,000 psi will raise the boiling point of the ocean water so that it will flow right into the upper mantle of the earth without boiling off. Plus the salt of the ocean will also raise the boiling point even more.Flood and kinetic energy.
Some would claim that this much condensation would cause so much kinetic energy, the earth would broil. And they would be right. But what is not factored in is the heat of the sun is totally being blocked. In order for the kinetic energy being produced to broil the earth, it would first have to match the sun's energy, then surpass that by several times.Sun's energy is
Averaged over an entire year and the entire Earth, the Sun deposits 342 Watts of energy into every square meter of the Earth*. This is a very large amount of heatÃ¢â‚¬â€1.7 x 1017 watts of power that the Sun sends to the Earth/atmosphere system. For comparison, a large electric power plant would produce 100 million watts of power, or 108 watts. It would take 1.7 billion such power plants to equal the energy coming to the Earth from the SunÃ¢â‚¬â€roughly one for every three people on the Earth! http://earthobservat...v/Library/Oven/
The kinetic energy produced actually kept the earth warm enough to support life after the rain stopped.
If the oil deposits were the result of the flood they would be at the same level and are not.
You first have to know the conditions in which oil is made to know this.