Oil is a very important part of our lives. We use oil to make gasoline and diesel fuels for our cars, trucks, trains, ships, planes and other forms of transportation. Oil is also used to produce other products such as plastics that we use every day.
Oil reserves are found in many places throughout the world. Mankind has been pumping millions of barrels of oil out of the ground for over a century yet there are still trillions of barrels of oil in reserves waiting to be extracted. One barrel of oil is equal to 42 US gallons or to put it in another way, one barrel of oil is the same as 42 gallon jugs of milk.
Where does all of this oil come from and why is there still so much of it left?
Evolutionists want us to believe that most of the oil was produced by animals that have been buried over hundreds of millions of years. The combination of dead bodies, heat from the earth and the pressure of being buried hundreds and thousands of feet deep all worked together over time to turn them into oil.
If that’s true and evolutionists believe in slow gradual processes, how do they explain trillions of dead animals all buried in massive graves hundreds and thousands of feet deep in the earth?