High oil, gas, and water pressures exist in pockets under the surface of our planet.> This is why gushers occurred in Texas and Oklahoma in the early 1900s. Once the rock containing the oil was penetrated, oil would shoot hundreds of feet into the air due to the extremely high pressure in the underground oil reservoir.

The problem for evolution is that this pressure should not be there if the rocks are millions of years old. Observe what happens to helium-filled balloons. Even highly impermeable aluminum-coated balloons lose helium with time and sink to the floor. Based on the known permeability of rock layers, the same thing should have happened long ago to underground oil, gas, and water reservoirs. If these fluids had been trapped more than 10,000 years, leakage would have dropped the pressure far below what it is today. This indicates that underground oil, gas, and water must have been trapped much more recently.

From A Closer Look at the Evidence by Kleiss, September 30.

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