TO WHOM DO WE OWE FOR OIL AND GAS?


The plant which will be spoken about, deserves that the results of the research on it will be known to people who are interested in solving ecology problems. Many years ago this relic kind of plant became the main source of formation the substances whithout which the present civilization would be impossible. Housewives even can not imagine which plant they are obliged to for having gas-stoves in their kitchens. In the 80s in many countries where this plant grew, it was known as a weed. Now many lakes, small rivers and reservoirs, different dirty channels are cleaned with its help.

With the help of this plant we can extract most biogenetic elements, such as nitrogen, phosphorus, pottassium, calcium, magnesium, manganese, sulphur, sulphates, oil products, phosphates, from these dirty channels. This is just the collection of elements and ingredients which are the main pollutants of our rivers and reservoirs. When we clean channels in which there is ammonia, phosphates, alkali, sulphite, oil products, phenol, the plant on the roots of which there are many useful microorganisms, different worms, oxidizes and splits them into simple elements and assimilates them as nourishing.

So what kind of plant is it that has come to us from past centures with these useful qualities? Its botanical name is aihornia (crassipes) - swimming plant, the family of Panthedery. it is a very effective swimming plant, the above water part of which consists of leaves and flowers. In the water there are thread - like roots covered with cilia; the main process of cleaning takes place between them. Aihornia grows in natural conditions, in countries with tropical and subtropical climate. In summer when conditions are favourable and the temperature is 16-32 C, the plant can grow in the north regions up to the Arkhangelsk city. In Syctyvcar it grew in drains of cellulose paper industry. Its vegetation and bioproductivity were the same as in the south latitudes because of long days in summer. If technological water is being cleaned and the temperature is higher than normal, productivity will grow in several times and only for a month the green mass will grow 4 times larger.

In order to prove that this plant took part in the formation of energy resources I will show you some facts which I got under my control in the course of several years research. For the period of my research work since 1983-1988, part of these plants were left in the bath, in the open air, where they were frozen in winter. In spring they became free of ice and the dead plants were accumulated at the bottom of the bath. Sadiment, which had been accumulated during the five years was subjected to a chemical analysis.The analysis showed that the substance of carbon was preserved for the next natural transformations. And now, imagine those old times when the most part of channels were fresh - water. It means that the concentration of salts in these channels allowed to grow water-plants. One of these plants was aihornia. This was the plant which grew and filled great parts of channels suppressing most of the plants which faced its activity on their way. As the mass of water of any large channel was big enough, it was natural that nourishing substances such as nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium, salcium, magnesium, manganese and other microelements, also carbon and oxygen were enough for the fast growth of this kind of plant.

It is natural that the largest increase of green mass was in regions with tropical and subtropical climate where aihornia was reproduced itself million of times. Dead plant sank to the bottom, new plants appeared and this process repeated again and again. So milliards of tons of dead plants sank to the bottom of channels creating the future fuel of our planet. The tectonic process preserved all that we are so intensively spending now not thinking about its reproduction. If conditions for transformation of these sediments into the future fuel, were created artificially cleaning fresh-water channels of pollutants with the help of aihornia would be very profitable. Cleaning drains of bad admixtures raw materials for getting fuel grow. And so the time comes when aihornia is ejected from channels because of high concentration of sodium-salt but it stays in fresh-water channels of tropical and subtropical on the Asiatic and American continents. So it is no mere chance that the biggest layers of oil and gas are in the equatorial part of the Earth and also in those places where climatic conditions allowed aihornia to grow. In that way we can explain the big layers of oil and gas in the regions with rigorous climate. As remains of animals and plants are found there which could live in those places only if the climate was warm, it confirms the theory of aihornia growing in those latitudes.

It is neccessary to say that the reproduction of aihornia takes place vegetatively only when the temperature of water is not more than 25 C. If the temperature rises up to 30 - 35 C then seed reproduction is possible. We must say that the spreading of aihornia without any control on the territory of Russia is impossible. There are no conditions for the growth of aihornia seeds they can not live in channels because of hard frost in winter.

Proposing such a version of oil and gas formation I want to say that not only the family of Ponterderievy is the source of carbon formation, other species of plants also took part in this process. There is no plant in nature which can complete with this ancient water plant in bioproductivity. I have come to this conclusion not only on the basis of my own control. I came to this using practical experiments of Hindus who used aihornia as food for animals, for getting biogas and later for making paper.

It is necessary to say that unhealthy substances in aihornia can be heavy metals. Controlling the process of cleaning we can regulate the concentration of heavy metals in plants.

Even now without any preparation this technology can be inculcated on the cattle breeding and poultry farms, on cellulose paper mills, on drains from food industry, on small and big rivers, on ponds and lakes.

Many years practice has shown that the inculcation of this technology is advantageous. The green mass of aihornia can be used as food for animals and fowls, for making paper and fertilizer. It can be used for working this plant into biogas and liquid fuel. So one kilogram of aihornia green mass can give about 19 litres of biogas in twenty four hours.