Warrior Princess
Warrior Princess voted up Oddman's answer
There is some evidence that crude oil is produced by subterranean lifeforms that live on the hydrocarbons that outgas from the materials forming the Earth. It will be an additional few billion years before we run out. We may have to match our rate of consumption better to the rate of production.
Warrior Princess
Warrior Princess voted up Jack TheJaxter's answer
Nuclear plants fueled by Thorium would produce far less (and less toxic) waste; we only use Uranium because the US Navy leadership chose it way back when, and everybody followed them...  We can also generate Hydrogen from algae (they do it now), and burn that to form water.But we're asking the wrong question.  Sure, we … Read more
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Warrior Princess voted up bolt laser's answer
Wont happen. There has never been a way to measure the volume of subsurface fossil fuels. Its said theres actually more oil in Alaska than the middle east. Its more logical to use other countries resources now because crude oil is used in producing more products we use daily than you know. Today refineries are … Read more
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Warrior Princess voted up
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