Fossil fuel

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Fossil fuels, e.g. coal, oil, and natural gas, are sources of energy that are generally believed to have been formed from the remains of plants and animals that lived long ago[1] and are thus essentially non-renewable.

There are, however, some scientists who claim that these fuels are found in deposits beneath the earth created through ongoing abiotic processes.[2]


  1. Up to 300 million years ago according to secular geology, or during the Great Flood according to Flood Geology
  2. J. R. Nyquist, Debunking Peak Oil, May 8, 2006 Geopolitical.