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Title: Artificial/Natural Petrification and Oil formation
Post by: gravityblock on February 12, 2019, 06:08:23 AM
Yongsoon Shin and colleagues at the Department of Energy lab has created petrified wood in days (https://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2005-01/dnnl-wtp012405.php).

However, priority for the discovery of a ‘recipe’ for rapid petrification of wood must go to Hamilton Hicks of Greenwich, Connecticut (USA), who on September 16, 1986 was issued a US  Patent No. US4512050 (https://patentimages.storage.googleapis.com/cb/33/8c/86f6e073276777/US4612050.pdf)

Meanwhile another breakthrough in the formation of petrified wood ( This report from the journal called Sedimentary Geology (http://adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2004SedG..169..219A)).  Five Japenese scientists performed research at the Tateyama Hot Spring in central Japan. A hot spring lake 30 meters wide occupies one of several craters of the Tateyama Volcano which is currently quiet except for spouting of hot water. This hot water is highly acidic and has high silica content. The hot spring overflows the lake as a 30 meter high waterfall. It was noticed that fallen wood from trees near the waterfall had become hard and impregnated with silica. This was verified with electron microscopes. The observed woody tissues looked exactly like silicified wood from volcanic Miocene age sedimentary volcanic ash in the nearby Noto Peninsula. They concluded that the same process was taking place as in the Miocene. Being the astute scientists that they were they decided to set up an experiment by putting fresh alder wood from the area tethered with stainless steel wire and immersing them in the hot springs. They then pulled them out once a year and examined them. They were analyzed to determine how much silification had taken place. After 7 years in the hot springs some of the samples had turned into 38% silica by weight. Further analysis showed that tiny silica spheres had passed into the wood through the same vessels and structures that water normally passed up through to the trees leaves and branches. So if water can pass through wood why not hot water laden with silica and other minerals. The surprising thing was it happend so quickly.

The evidence, both from the physicist's laboratories and in nature's laboratory, shows that under the right chemical conditions wood can be rapidly petrified by silicification, even at normal temperatures and pressures. The process of petrification of wood is now so well known and understood that scientists can rapidly make petrified wood in their laboratories at will.

Unfortunately, most people still think, and are led to believe, that fossilized wood buried in rock strata must have taken thousands, if not millions, of years to petrify. Clearly, such thinking is erroneous, since it has been repeatedly demonstrated that petrification of wood can, and does, occur rapidly.  Thus, the time-frame for the formation of the petrified wood within the geological record is totally incompatible with the evolutionists time-scale and is empirical evidence of a devastating global Flood.


Gravock
Title: Re: Artificial/Natural Petrification and Oil formation
Post by: gravityblock on February 12, 2019, 06:56:10 AM
World of Petrified Giants and Titans ... Hidden in Plain Sight! (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZxrWyHqMBrk)


Gravock

Title: Re: Artificial/Natural Petrification and Oil formation
Post by: gravityblock on February 12, 2019, 06:58:42 AM
... continuation of snapshots.


Gravock
Title: Re: Artificial/Natural Petrification and Oil formation
Post by: gravityblock on February 12, 2019, 07:08:30 AM
I'll leave these snapshots to your imagination, lol.


Gravock
Title: Re: Artificial/Natural Petrification and Oil formation
Post by: Belfior on February 12, 2019, 12:27:27 PM
Oh you have been in Koh Samui! Epic disc golf there mate!
Title: Re: Artificial/Natural Petrification and Oil formation
Post by: gravityblock on February 13, 2019, 01:30:29 AM
Oh you have been in Koh Samui! Epic disc golf there mate!

I love disc golf!  Lol