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  1. #1 A Raw Core Organic Substance Theory 
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    How our World and our Universe were made is a question in our minds, and it is our concern. One can raise the question of how everything was made. Do we have an answer for this question? How was our universe created, and what is everything made out of?

    Let us think of all the planets, moons, and stars in our universe. Our Modern Science mentions the Big Bang Theory. It is said that what made our universe were clouds of dust and gas. They say an explosion took place; these materials exploded, got together, stuck together, shaped up as spheres, and made up our universe, as moons, planets, and stars. Could this be true?

    What is ARCOS Theory? ARCOS Explains what everything is made out of.

    We should start up our investigation with asking questions:

    - How does life started on Earth?
    - Where did everything come from?
    - Where did billions and billions of barrels of crude oil have come from? It is called oil, because it is a fact that this liquid is oil of something. There is no doubt that this matter is oil, and yet what is that something? Where did that something come from? Why is it a fossil fuel?

    Our modern science says that oil has an organic source, and therefore they call it ‘fossil fuel’. How did these fossil fuels go hundreds of meters down towards the center of our World? The question is what is the origin of petroleum? It is also said that the origin is dinosaurs and these animals died in number of billions, and therefore oil was made. Thus we all know that that much of a big number of deaths get bacteria as well in order to be fall into oil, yet this does not explain how this oil went minimum a couple of hundreds of meters down to the center of our World, in pre-historical ages. The origin is organic, and it is the oil of something, yet what type of an organic material is it?

    - Why do we usually get salty water and natural gas before we get oil during soil borings for oil?

    - There are those open fields on Earth, where soil/sand and oil (petroleum) are found together. There are facilities to separate sand from oil, and that there are many of these fields in our World. How come did oil and sand mix up together?

    - What is the origin of coal? There are some very vast coal mines in the World, and they say that the origin is trees, as in making charcoals. They say that these trees were accumulated onto one another, and that soil was covered on top in pre-historical ages. Yet, there are different types of coal. If we think of all types of coals, we will have hard time to accept that the origin is dead trees. The origin is organic, thus what type of an organic material is it? Some coal types look like dead trees yet some other does not even come close. And how come it is down under hundreds of meters towards the center of Earth? Why is it flammable? Why there are coal dust explosions in coal mines? Where does the methane gas come from?

    - What is the origin of natural gas? How come so many billions and billions of cubic meters of natural gas went down towards the center of Earth? It is mostly methane gas, and when we burn this gas in our houses, we receive coal tar in the bottom of gas burners. We can also make urea, for instance from natural gas. Therefore, the origin of natural gas has to be organic, alright, but what type of an organic source is it? How come it is hundreds of meters down below? How did it happen?

    - What is the origin of magma in the center of our World? Why it is there and how is it there? What is after Magma? What is in the very center? Since we can not make borings that deep, how can we know?

    - What is the origin of water? Water covers 70 % of the surface of Earth. We cannot make water in laboratories (We can separate water and re-combine it with spending more energy, and getting much less amount of water compared to what we started with)

    - What is the origin of soil? What makes up soil? We know that we cannot make soil in laboratories.

    - What is gravity? How come the objects are being hold towards the Center of Our Planet? We can somehow measure it, yet we are unable to define it.

    - How were mountains made? How were oceans and low spots shaped? Why our World is shaped as a “Geoid” (A Geographical Term, Geoid is a sphere that is like ‘pressed’ from top and bottom)?

    - They say that craters were made by space rocks that hit our World in pre-historical ages. How come the remaining of these rocks does not exist in the bottom of any of the craters? What is the reason for craters?

    - What is the origin of our atmosphere? Where did all these air come from originally? How come some other planets do not have atmospheres?

    - To make the long story short, what is our Earth all about?

    Raw Core Organic Substance Theory explains how our World (and our Universe) was created. Therefore, the very make of our Universe is under question.


    The Summary:
    Answer: Raw Core Organic Substance Theory claims that our universe was made by an original Raw Organic Material, as we call it here as ARCOS Material.

    We believe that this ARCOS material has burned, and our world (and therefore our universe) was shaped. After this special burning, oil (petroleum), gas (natural gas), coal, air (atmosphere), water (as in oceans and lakes), surface of Earth (mountains, craters, oceans, lakes, and all other topographical surfaces, and continents) were created.

    We simply claim that ARCOS objects were as big as moons, planets, and stars, prior to burning. We believe that the ARCOS Objects changed dimensions (came from a different dimension) and this is when the burning took place as a result of the friction, going between different dimensions.

    All these facts, including the type of burning must be investigated in academic environment, in order to find out:
    a)If we can define ARCOS Material
    b)If we can find out what type of special reaction took place in order to burn out ARCOS Material. (ARCOS Material as gigantic as, our world and other space objects that make up our Universe)
    c)If we can ease gravity in order to make better and more comfortable aircrafts
    d)If we can define gravity
    e)If we can define time
    We can ask more questions.

    For further information, please visit website:

    www.arcos-istanbul.com

    Thank You


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    Quote Originally Posted by cenkcenkci
    - Where did billions and billions of barrels of crude oil have come from? It is called oil, because it is a fact that this liquid is oil of something. There is no doubt that this matter is oil, and yet what is that something? Where did that something come from? Why is it a fossil fuel?
    Oil is essentially organic matter, largely from plankton and algae, which has been broken down into short-chain hydrocarbons by heat.

    Quote Originally Posted by cenkcenkci
    Our modern science says that oil has an organic source, and therefore they call it ‘fossil fuel’. How did these fossil fuels go hundreds of meters down towards the center of our World?
    Deposition over millions of years.

    Quote Originally Posted by cenkcenkci
    The question is what is the origin of petroleum?
    See above.

    Quote Originally Posted by cenkcenkci
    It is also said that the origin is dinosaurs and these animals died in number of billions, and therefore oil was made.
    Is it? I doubt it. Oil typically forms in deep marine environments. If there is any matter derived from dinosaurs in oil, it is a negligable amount.

    Quote Originally Posted by cenkcenkci
    this does not explain how this oil went minimum a couple of hundreds of meters down to the center of our World, in pre-historical ages.
    Deposition over millions of years, however, does. Material is eroded along the coasts, in rivers, etc. and is then deposited elsewhere. Oil only forms in areas of deposition, where impermeable clays and shales hold the organic matter in, and oxygen out.

    Quote Originally Posted by cenkcenkci
    The origin is organic, and it is the oil of something, yet what type of an organic material is it?
    "dead stuff", essentially.

    Quote Originally Posted by cenkcenkci
    - Why do we usually get salty water and natural gas before we get oil during soil borings for oil?
    Because sapropel and other precursers to petroleum are generally formed in marine (seawater) environments, and because natural gas is less dense than petroleum, and so rises higher in permeable rocks.

    Quote Originally Posted by cenkcenkci
    - There are those open fields on Earth, where soil/sand and oil (petroleum) are found together. There are facilities to separate sand from oil, and that there are many of these fields in our World. How come did oil and sand mix up together?
    Oil is almost always found in pore spaces in rocks (or sediments like sand). When it is deep undergrouns, the natural pressure can be used to force it through pipes to the surface, without removing the rocks/sediments.

    Quote Originally Posted by cenkcenkci
    - What is the origin of coal? There are some very vast coal mines in the World, and they say that the origin is trees, as in making charcoals. They say that these trees were accumulated onto one another, and that soil was covered on top in pre-historical ages.
    Correct.

    Quote Originally Posted by cenkcenkci
    Yet, there are different types of coal. If we think of all types of coals, we will have hard time to accept that the origin is dead trees.
    Erm, why exactly? They form at different speeds, in different environments. Given enough time, all coal will turn into anthracite; dig it up too early, and it will have a much lower carbon content.

    Quote Originally Posted by cenkcenkci
    Some coal types look like dead trees yet some other does not even come close.
    Cakes are made with egg, and yet they do not look like eggs. There is a chemical change in the material; you would not expect it to look like trees at the end.

    Quote Originally Posted by cenkcenkci
    And how come it is down under hundreds of meters towards the center of Earth?
    deposition, again.

    Quote Originally Posted by cenkcenkci
    Why is it flammable?
    For the same reason that wood, and other flamable materials, are flamable; because it undergoes an exothermic reaction with oxygen.

    Quote Originally Posted by cenkcenkci
    Why there are coal dust explosions in coal mines?
    Because coal, and its dust, are flamable, as we just covered.

    Quote Originally Posted by cenkcenkci
    Where does the methane gas come from?
    High temperatures crack the part-formed hydrocarbon precurser to coal, and produce methane.

    Quote Originally Posted by cenkcenkci
    - What is the origin of natural gas?
    Same as oil, but higher temperatures.

    Quote Originally Posted by cenkcenkci
    - What is the origin of magma in the center of our World?
    Similar to the rocks at the surface, only molten. Of course, beyond the asthenosphere, little of the rock is molten because of the high pressure.

    Quote Originally Posted by cenkcenkci
    Why it is there and how is it there?
    The crust acts as an insulating layer, keeping heat from radioactive decay inside the earth.

    Quote Originally Posted by cenkcenkci
    What is after Magma?
    Ultramafic/ultrabasic minerals, in solid form, followed by a core made mostly of iron.

    Quote Originally Posted by cenkcenkci
    What is in the very center?
    Solid iron.

    Quote Originally Posted by cenkcenkci
    Since we can not make borings that deep, how can we know?
    Seismic surveying, magnetic surveying, and study of ophiolites and meteorites.

    Quote Originally Posted by cenkcenkci
    - What is the origin of water?
    Hydrogen and oxygen are relatively common elements throughout the universe, and water is a stable molecule.

    Quote Originally Posted by cenkcenkci
    We cannot make water in laboratories
    Yes we can. I do so on a regular basis. We can't make it out of nothing, but we can certainly make it, in hundreds, if not thousands, of different reactions.

    Quote Originally Posted by cenkcenkci
    - What is the origin of soil?
    Erosion, followed by deposition elsewhere.

    Quote Originally Posted by cenkcenkci
    What makes up soil?
    Very fine particles of common minerals, largely micas.

    Quote Originally Posted by cenkcenkci
    We know that we cannot make soil in laboratories.
    Depends how you define soil. How about fertiliser?

    It also depends exactly what you want them to make it from. Topsoil takes millions of years to form, so it's not practical to expect to make in in the lab, out of its constituent rocks, in a matter of hours.

    Quote Originally Posted by cenkcenkci
    - How were mountains made?
    Depends which mountains. Usually, over mantle hotspots or at plate boundaries.

    Quote Originally Posted by cenkcenkci
    How were oceans and low spots shaped?
    Oceanic crust is denser, and sits lower in the mantle (sort of). Oceanic crust is also thinner, because it does not build up like continental crust, but rather is subducted

    Quote Originally Posted by cenkcenkci
    Why our World is shaped as a “Geoid” (A Geographical Term, Geoid is a sphere that is like ‘pressed’ from top and bottom)?
    The Earth's roations essentially makes it 'bulge' at the equator.

    Quote Originally Posted by cenkcenkci
    - They say that craters were made by space rocks that hit our World in pre-historical ages. How come the remaining of these rocks does not exist in the bottom of any of the craters?
    Either:

    1) they do
    or
    2) They evapourate in the impact.

    Quote Originally Posted by cenkcenkci
    What is the origin of our atmosphere?
    Accumulation of gas, from various sources.

    Quote Originally Posted by cenkcenkci
    Where did all these air come from originally?
    Gas trapped inside rocks, or produced by reactions in the rocks, or simply from space.

    Quote Originally Posted by cenkcenkci
    How come some other planets do not have atmospheres?
    They do. All planets with a high enough gravity have atmospheres of sorts.


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