Coal & Oil Products of Noah’s Flood When Porphyrins in Hydrocarbons Remained by Anaerobic Sedimentary Conditions


The amount of coal estimated in the deposits of the world represents the compressed and heated equivalent of about three times the plant life growing on the earth today, and the porphyrins within hydrocarbons prove that the tiny marine creatures killed in sedimentation producing the porphyrins were in anaerobic conditions, buried keeping out oxygen (the hydrocarbons later to rise and be trapped in anticlines or at fault dislocations), entombed within the sedimentation of Noah’s Flood, which is no surprise to people of the Word, and food for thought for those who doubt Him.