bratticus wrote:bratticus wrote:OilFinder2 wrote:EIA Table
Crude & Condensate:
July 2008: 74,669.571 bpd
Dec. 2010: 74,795.725 bpd
But the year is still just shy of 2005:
2005: 73,712 bpd
Crude & Condensate & tap water & anything else we can think of.
Dude, if I showed you a chart of "Copper & Mercury production" with dropping copper production rates and increasing mercury production would that mean there was more copper being produced? Yet combining Crude & Condensate is supposed to be proof of more crude production. What utter nonsense.
WOO-HOO! We are producing more Oil plus Non-Oil (which doesn't have the properties of crude oil especially the energy density) combined! We have proven that you can call natural gas oil!
How to make Fool's Oil[tm]
1. take natural gas derived oil, call it "condensates" to confuse people about it only being natural gas.
2. make sure you don't report on BTUs, only on barrels because if you showed the BTUs you wouldn't be fooling anyone after all "energy density" is too complicated for fools.
3. combine it with real crude oil and report not on BTUs but on volume since it's like putting soy meat filler into meat to make it look bigger not actually be more meat. Fools love to eat it because you told them it was hamburger.
4. show them charts of Fool's Oil and how much there is now.