energy - reply, see series, (4)-(6)
rolf.martens at mailbox.swipnet.se
Sun Aug 18 00:52:44 MDT 1996
For a partial reply, see postings (4)-(6) in
my series on the chemical fuels, posted today.
>LR: Speaking of knowlege, I'm still curious about how long-chain
>hydrocarbons were formed and survived in the swirls of
>proto-planetary molten rock, when heat alone, I think, is normally be
>expected to break down such molecules. Like, what would happen if
>you dumped crude oil into a volcano, even without any oxygen in the
>atmosphere? I'm no physicist, but I doubt that it would just mix in
>and settle at some depth.
>One of my points is that even if you were correct about "cosmic
>petroleum" you would still need to answer all these other questions,
>in order to make sense.
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