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Russ McGlenn
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  • Triad Helium Nucleus (2010) [Updated 1 decade ago]
    by Russ McGlenn   read the paper:

    This paper contrasts the Spinning Ring Model (Bergman/Lucas) with the Standard Model (Bohr/Einstein) of the Helium Atom. It discusses the dimensions of the electron, a redefinition of the neutron as a triad made up of two protons and one electron, the relationship of both in the nucleus, and the electric and magnetic forces that hold the nucleus together. (From Chapter 6 of Design Vs. Chaos, Russ McGlenn, 2004)


  • Oil is a Renewable Resource (2010) [Updated 1 decade ago]
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    Oil wells in the Gulf of Mexico are being refilled with oil coming up from below the current oil fields. Russia has drilled over 300 eight mile deep wells into the Earth's granite crust. This has worked so well that they worked in Vietnam and found oil off its coast where everyone said there was no oil. Oil used to be found in sedimentary rock at 2-3 miles deep, but the Russians found a new source. What is happening? The Russians found that new oil was being made from hot molten rock called magma heating the basement rocks of the Earth's crust. As the rocks are heated methane gas is distilled. This combines with carbonates and carbon 14 that occur naturally in rock, when these are mixed together, they form oil. It's called Abiotic (non biological) because it does not come from vegetable matter. The original theory of how oil was formed is that swamps filled with vegetation, (biomass) were covered with mud (called sedimentary rock once it hardened) and decayed over millions of years into coal or crude oil. This is called the Biotic Theory. Oil is a renewable resource because it is being made today deep in the earth's crust.