What is the final outcome of green energy?

or not.

bro, this is 2023, humans made something called IA


can we say that human body is simple crude oil ?


No, we cannot say that the human body is simply crude oil. Crude oil is a complex mixture of hydrocarbons, which are organic compounds made up of carbon and hydrogen atoms. These hydrocarbons are formed from the remains of ancient marine organisms and undergo geological processes over millions of years to become crude oil.

On the other hand, the human body is an incredibly complex biological system composed of a wide range of organic molecules, including proteins, carbohydrates, lipids (fats), nucleic acids (DNA and RNA), and many other compounds. These molecules are essential for the structure and function of the human body, and they are not the same as the hydrocarbons found in crude oil.

While both the human body and crude oil contain carbon atoms, they are fundamentally different in terms of their composition, structure, and function. The human body is a living organism with highly organized and specialized cells and systems, while crude oil is a fossil fuel formed from the remains of ancient organisms and used as an energy source.

does the human body include H2O ?


Yes, the human body does include water (H2O). Water is a fundamental component of the human body and is essential for various physiological processes. It makes up a significant portion of the body’s composition, and its presence is crucial for the functioning of cells, tissues, organs, and systems.

On average, the human body is composed of approximately 60% water by weight. This water is distributed throughout the body, including within cells (intracellular), in the spaces between cells (extracellular), and in various bodily fluids like blood, lymph, and cerebrospinal fluid. Water serves several vital functions in the body, including regulating body temperature, facilitating digestion, transporting nutrients and oxygen to cells, removing waste products, and providing structural support to cells and tissues. It is essential for life and overall health.

does filtered crude oil contains H2O ?


Even after crude oil is filtered, it may still contain small amounts of water. Filtration processes in the oil industry are primarily designed to remove solid particles and impurities from the crude oil, but they may not be as effective at removing water.

To reduce the water content in crude oil to acceptable levels, additional separation and treatment processes are typically required. These processes may include:

  1. Gravity Settling: Crude oil is allowed to sit in large tanks, and over time, water and sediments settle at the bottom due to differences in density. This is a basic method to separate water from the oil.
  2. Chemical Demulsification: Chemicals known as demulsifiers are often added to help break down emulsions and facilitate the separation of water from the oil.
  3. Dehydration Units: Specialized equipment, such as dehydrators or desalters, can be used to remove water and salts from crude oil. These units use a combination of heat, electrical fields, and chemical additives to achieve separation.
  4. Distillation: During the refining process, crude oil is typically distilled to separate it into various fractions. Water can be removed during this process, especially if it forms a separate layer.

The specific methods and equipment used to remove water from crude oil can vary depending on the characteristics of the crude oil and the requirements of the refining process. However, it’s important to note that even after these treatments, there may still be trace amounts of water remaining in the refined products, which must meet quality standards for their intended applications.

@eugenedakin you see the point or i have to explain like i would on a 5 years old ?

can a dead animal form crude oil

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Yes, dead animals can potentially contribute to the formation of crude oil, but it’s just one of many factors involved in the complex process.

Crude oil is primarily formed from the remains of ancient marine plants and animals that lived millions of years ago. When these organisms died, their remains settled at the bottom of oceans and lakes, accumulating in layers over time. These organic materials were then subjected to immense pressure and heat from overlying sediments. This process, called diagenesis, gradually transformed the organic material into a mixture of hydrocarbons, which eventually became what we know as crude oil.

While marine organisms like algae and plankton were the primary contributors to crude oil formation, larger dead animals, like fish and even some larger marine mammals, could also potentially contribute. However, it’s important to note that the majority of crude oil is thought to come from microorganisms and smaller plant and animal life.

? so what ?

this WASNT your claim though
You said (I’ll quote)

as in “humans as they exist today ARE the exact same as crude oil”

Are humans made of the same chemicals - maybe
Could humans, dead or alive, be converted to something that could be used to make hydrocarbon fuels - maybe ( I truly dunno) We do contains a lot of chemicals, fats & oils.

But “are we currently crude oil” no
Same as we are NOT liquid - our current state isnt even a super viscous liquid like some bitumens
And definitely not “liquid just like water at 1 atmosphere & 20C”
But you claimed that as well

Again - you respond with something that ISNT your premise and WASNT your premise to deflect from the fact that “humans are crude oil” is simply unsupportable
Or if it is PLEASE CITE relevant scientific research that shows “humans are crude oil” and or “we are liquid”


This is a beginning article on crude oil.

Are humans crude oil, and is crude oil humans?

This topic is quite large and could literally be a university course. Let’s take one small part which makes all living beings – a cell membrane. (https://www.genome.gov/genetics-glossary/Cell-Membrane). For the purpose of this brief exercise, I won’t get into Gogli Apparatus, ATP (adenosine triphosphate) fuel or many of the other aspects…. Just one cell membrane.
A cell membrane (also called a plasma membrane) is a lipid bilayer that is semipermeable. There are many types of fats which fall into broad categories such as saturated fats, partially saturated fats, and unsaturated fats. The very general structure of a small part of a cell membrane is shown below.
(Structure of the Plasma Membrane - The Cell - NCBI Bookshelf).

A phosphate head is water-loving, or hydrophilic. The fatty acid tales are made of many different types of fatty acids which are hydrocarbons, and some of the polyunsaturated fats have the following structure.


The Alpha-linolenic acid has a methyl end, a long hydrocarbon, and a carboxylic acid group. There are single carbon-bonds and double carbon bonds in the hydrocarbon section. This hydrocarbon arrangement is oil loving (oleophilic), which is also called water hating (hydrophobic). Although the carboxylic group likes water (through hydrogen bonding), the large length of hydrocarbon makes this molecule prefer to be in oil.

The structure of a phosphate head is shown below (note the PO4 section highlighted in Yellow): 14.3: Phospholipids in Cell Membranes - Chemistry LibreTexts.


The phosphate is highly water-loving, and has a small amount of hydrocarbon at the top (2 x CH2 groups) and a tertiary amide group (nitrogen containing compound with various lengths of hydrocarbons), in this case methyl groups. Each jagged-edge on the diagram represents one single carbon. There are many different types of hydrophobic tails that are fats, and in this case there happens to be 14. It does not have to be this exact number of carbons, and lets just use this one for this example.
With the above information on one of many thousands (or more?) of chemicals, lets work a little on the composition of crude oil.
There are many types of Crude Oil and it is not made of one type, but a large variety of chemicals. A depositional environment (Kerogen - AAPG Wiki) where oil is created and deposited in a valley, lake, or ocean is derived from organic matter (one being cell membranes) which are divided into broad categories which are land-derived organic matter and aquatic-algae derived hydrocarbons. Phosphates chemistry is well-known for fouling refineries (where gasoline and diesel are manufactured). Phosphates occur naturally in Crude Oil (parts-per-million levels) and phosphates are also used in fracturing the formation to retrieve more oil (Refinery Plugging by Residual Oil Gellant Chemicals in Crude: Understanding and Preventing the Problem Through New Oil Gellant Chemistry | PETSOC Canadian International Petroleum Conference | OnePetro).
Refineries often use desalters to ‘wash’ water-loving inorganics from hydrocarbons, which remove chemicals such as phosphates, amines, and calcium. Here is one of many patents where additives are placed in crude oil to attempt to remove phosphorous during the desalting process. US7799213B2 - Additives to enhance phosphorus compound removal in refinery desalting processes - Google Patents
Nitrogen as methylated amines are present in biogenic methane (land-based heavy crude oil reservoirs where methane is produced) (Life in the slow lane; biogeochemistry of biodegraded petroleum containing reservoirs and implications for energy recovery and carbon management - PMC). Typically there is less time to degrade amines in reservoirs where these reservoirs are closer to the Earths surface, in areas such as North Slope of Alaska, Heavy-Oilfields of California, Heavy oil belt of Venezuala, and Canadian Oil Sands.
Assisting in retrieving more hydrocarbons from rock, a technique called Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR) is used to either chemically alter crude oil components (Enhanced oil recovery - Wikipedia) in-situ such as organic acids (see above picture) that naturally occur in crude oil. Either more industrial surfactants can be injected to remove reservoir oil, or caustic soda can be added to convert organics acids (fatty acids) to stronger surfactants which will help transport oleophilic hydrocarbons with the water phase in a tertiary (What is the Difference between Primary, Secondary & Enhanced Recovery for Oil Extraction? Petro Online) EOR water-flooding recovery system. The caustic soda reacts with fatty acids and other organic acids to lower the surface tension of oil and produce more oil from the reservoir rock, increasing hydrocarbon removal efficiency.
This example has taken one small range of chemicals that exist in a human, or animals body, and exists in a crude oil reservoir. If this, or other chemicals did not exist, and the crude oil reacted to completion, then no other reactions would be able to take place.
Ladies and gentlemen, crude oil is created from almost every life form on earth – including humans, trees, bacteria, and the list continues. The only exception ‘might’ be a virus. It appears that virus’s are also used to control microbial activity (Oil reservoirs, an exceptional habitat for microorganisms - PMC), and I am not sure what affect occurs with this form.
Can crude oil be used to make a human? We don’t have the technology for this yet. People have been frozen with nitrogen and is viewed as a pseudoscience (Cryonics - Wikipedia because the technology doesn’t exist to revive frozen people. Like the Star Trek teleporter which disassembles atoms and reassembles atoms at a distant planet, we may be able to do this one day, just not with todays technology.

I ran out of time - I’ll work on this another night.

yeah you’ve quoted & cited EXACTLY what I suspected

we’re composed of many of the same substances and could be converted to fuels (maybe)

be, we arent, currently, present tense, crude oil

no more than you’re a frog
many of the same chemicals & such exist in you so you must be one
or a whale - same premise


COULD we be refined into fuels - quite possibly
ARE we , current present tense currently, crude oil ? no

Vastly different premises

Reply again if you feel inclined but I’ll be muting this conversation
its quite apparent you’re going to stick to the premise that COMPOSITION means you ARE whatever
I’m not a frog. Or a star. Any more that you’re a frog.
Yet Im composed of many of the same chemicals in one case and from star stuff in the other.
That doesnt mean I AM one

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Ok, thanks for your participation

I don’t live in a barrel. I am not liquid, dark and smelly.


@eugenedakin the problem with “pseudo scientists” like you, is give a bad reputation to Science
you are not doing science, you’re not searching, you’re on a ego trip
you are not a scientist, you are toxic to the human kind